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Reference YWD
Covering dates 1603-1941
Held by Sheffield Archives
Extent 700 Files
Conditions of access Open to consultation unless otherwise indicated
Creators Younge Wilson, solicitors of Sheffield; Taylors, solicitors of Sheffield

Administrative history:
Samuel Younge of Edge End in Ecclesall, Sheffield township, Sheffield, founded the original firm of solicitors at premises in East Parade, Sheffield in about 1824. He took into partnership James Wilson, a member of a cadet branch of the Wilsons of Broomhead in Bradfield, Yorkshire. The firm continued as Younge and Wilson, later Younge, Wilson and Co., until 1960, although Younge retired in 1877 and thereafter the partners were mainly Wilsons. In 1960 the firm amalgamated with Porrett, Fawcett and Renwick, another firm of Sheffield solicitors, to form Renwick, Blandford, Wilson and Co. The firm later became Blandford Wilson and Co. and then Taylors Solicitors.
The documents reflect the firm's work for many local families in Sheffield, south Yorkshire and north Derbyshire. They include records of property dealings, including involvement in the building development of Sheffield in the mid-nineteenth century, and records relating to several businesses and partnerships dealing mainly with cutlery and associated activities and with coalmining.
The deeds were deposited in 1973

Contents:
Records from Younge Wilson, later Taylors, solicitors, Sheffield
The original bundle numbering made by the solicitors has been retained. Where there are gaps in the numbering, this is because the records with these numbers were not deposited. The numbers in the list are:
YWD 135
YWD 194
YWD 198
YWD 384
YWD 633
YWD 648
YWD 651
YWD 685
YWD 697
YWD 109
YWD 729-731
YWD 734-735
YWD 764
YWD 781-782
YWD 786-787
YWD 857
YWD 863
YWD 867-870
YWD 872
YWD 881
YWD 913
YWD 917
YWD 919
YWD 921
YWD 923
YWD 926-928
YWD 930-931
YWD 934
YWD 965
YWD 967
YWD 974
YWD 976
YWD 982
YWD 989
YWD 993
YWD 1011
YWD 1013
YWD 1018
YWD 1023-1025
YWD 1027-1029
YWD 1032-1040
YWD 1042-1043
YWD 1046-1055
YWD 1058
YWD 1063
YWD 1065
YWD 1068
YWD 1072-1074
YWD 1077
YWD 1083
YWD 1088-1117
YWD 1122
YWD 1125
YWD 1140-1141
YWD 1147-1152
YWD 1155-1157
YWD 1159
YWD 1165
YWD 1172
YWD 1174
YWD 1176-1177
YWD 1192-1195
YWD 1197-1198
YWD 1201-1203
YWD 1216
YWD 1222-1223
YWD 1225-1226
YWD 1228-1229
YWD 1231-1237
YWD 1243
YWD 1246-1249
YWD 1252-1253
YWD 1258
YWD 1260
YWD 1262
YWD 1405
YWD 1407-1408
YWD 1411
YWD 1415-1421
YWD 1423-1426
YWD 1429-1437
YWD 1439-1441
YWD 1475-1477
YWD 1479-1481
YWD 1492-1493
YWD 1506
YWD 1509
YWD 1528
YWD 1531
YWD 1536
YWD 1538
YWD 1540-1541
YWD 1547
YWD 1625
YWD 1629-1632
YWD 1662-1663
YWD 1680
YWD 1694-1695
YWD 1697
YWD 1739-1744
YWD 1747-1748
YWD 1750-1751
YWD 1753-1754
YWD 1756
YWD 1766-1771
YWD 1777-1781
YWD 1783
YWD 1786-1787
YWD 1791-1792
YWD 1795-1797
YWD 1814-1818
YWD 1820
YWD 1823-1824
YWD 1834-1838
YWD 1840-1841
YWD 1843
YWD 1847
YWD 1850
YWD 1852
YWD 1854-1855
YWD 1857
YWD 1859-1861
YWD 1865-1870
YWD 1873
YWD 1875
YWD 1878-1879
YWD 1881-1882
YWD 1884
YWD 1887-1894
YWD 1897-1899
YWD 1902-1903
YWD 1906
YWD 1909
YWD 1913-1914
YWD 1916-1917
YWD 1939
YWD 1948
YWD 1955
YWD 1991-1992
YWD 2022
YWD 2028
YWD 2047-2049
YWD 2051-2052
YWD 2126-2131
YWD 2156-2157
YWD 2162-2164
YWD 2170
YWD 2195
YWD 2209-2211
YWD 2213
YWD 2216
YWD 2222
YWD 2225-2227
YWD 2234
YWD 2238
YWD 2273
YWD 2284
YWD 2298
YWD 2320
YWD 2326
YWD 2340
YWD 2342
YWD 2365
YWD 2376
YWD 2500



Deakin's Silversmiths Ltd, Sheffield  YWD 135  [n.d.]

Lease  YWD 135/1  1801

Contents:
The Rev. James Wilkinson of Broom Hall in the parish of Sheffield, clerk, to William Greaves of Sheffield, maker of files. Land, part of an allotment of Little Sheffield Moor, between the Turnpike Road and Back Lane, and another bounded by Back Lane, Earl Street and Porter Lane, for 99 years at £5. 12. 2. a year. 5 February, 1801.
Plan on deed

Assignment of lease  YWD 135/2  25 March, 1805

Contents:
William Greaves of Lightwood in the parish of Norton, Derbyshire, scythesmith, to John Hinchliffe and Joseph Baskett of Sheffield Moor, file manufacturers and co-partners. Land in Sheffield between the turnpike road and Back Lane, and another piece bounded by Earl Street, Porter Lane and Back Lane, and workshops and other buildings since erected, for the remainder of a 99-year lease, for £225

Mortgage  YWD 135/3  24 June, 1806

Contents:
Hinchliffe and Baskett to W. F. Colgrave

Release on payment  YWD 135/4  24 June, 1808

Memorandum of agreement between Philip Gell and John Hinchliffe  YWD 135/5  4 January 1810

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 135/6  14 October, 1814

Contents:
John Hinchliffe to Parker, Shore & Blakelock

Assignment of lease  YWD 135/7  2 June, 1815

Contents:
John Hinchliffe of Sheffield Moor, file manufacturer, to Marmaduke Clarke, James Hall and Charles Clarke of Sheffield, razor manufacturers. Land adjoining Sheffield Moor - a piece between the turnpike road and Back Lane, and a piece bounded by Porter Lane, Earl Street and Back Lane, for the remainder of a 99-year lease, for £600 to Parker Shore & Co., bankers, mortgagees

Assignment (lease and release)  YWD 135/8a-c  1818

Contents:
Philip Gell of Hopton, Derbyshire esquire, and his trustees, to Marmaduke Clarke and James Hall, of Sheffield, razor manufacturers, and co-partners. His moiety of two pieces of land in Sheffield near Porter Street for a five hundred year term, reciting mortgages and trusts. Charles Clarke (Marmaduke's brother) has died and his will affects the transaction. 11 and 12 June, 1818. With covenant for production of title deed

Deed of partition  YWD 135/9  7 May, 1825

Contents:
Marmaduke Clarke of Sheffield, merchant and razor manufacturer, divides with James Hall of Sheffield, merchant and razor manufacturer, premises between Sheffield Moor (South Street) and Porter Lane which they have held together as partners; the share of Marmaduke being admitted as 2/3 and James 1/3.
With map: Marmaduke had the corner site, Earl Street/Porter Lane/Back Lane

Conveyance  YWD 135/10  6 May, 1834

Contents:
Nathaniel Greaves of Sheffield, merchant, and Mary his wife, and Elizabeth Osborn of Sheffield, widow (the daughter of Marmaduke Clarke, deceased intestate on 25 December, 1832), with the consent of his trustee George Ridge of Sheffield, stationer, to Joseph Roberts of Sheffield, razor manufacturer. The piece at the corner of Earl Street and Porter Lane Sheffield, with workshops and machinery, for £1,000

Mortgage  YWD 135/11  7 May, 1834

Contents:
Joseph Roberts to Elizabeth Osborn

Mortgage  YWD 135/12  20 February, 1849

Contents:
Joseph Roberts to Sarah Sellars

Assignment  YWD 135/13  23 August, 1853

Contents:
Roberts and Sellars to Ludlam and Bush

Attested copy of the deed of disclaimer  YWD 135/14  10 July, 1854

Contents:
Samuel Parker, of Broom Grove in Sheffield, renounces trusts and properties bequeathed to him in the will of James Hall late of Brook Hill, Sheffield, deceased

Conveyance  YWD 135/15  21 February, 1855

Contents:
Thomas Newton of Sheffield, merchant, trustee named in the will of James Hall late of Sheffield, deceased, to Alfred Hawley and his trustee Henry Greaves Walker both of Stoke Newington Green - "The Porter Cottage" and land in Porter Street, Sheffield, for £400

Assignment  YWD 135/16  12 December, 1859

Contents:
Thomas Branson of Sheffield, gentleman, to William Bush of Sheffield, optician, and John Fairburn of Sheffield, law stationer (Trustees of the Wesleyan Union Sick Society). The sum involved in a mortgage of 1853. (Corner of Earl Street and Porter Lane and house on it, Sheffield)

Inland Revenue Account of property inherited by Henry Hawley from Alfred Hawley  YWD 135/17  1862

Copy of the will of Joseph Roberts of Fenton Villa, Club Gardens, button manufacturer  YWD 135/18a  1849, 1864

Contents:
His wife Suky West had been his deceased wife's sister and he was not sure of the legality of the marriage. 1849. Died 12 April, 1864; proved 1864

Will of Suky Roberts or West  YWD 135/18b  1864

Contents:
Died 20 April, 1864

Conveyance  YWD 135/19  16 March, 1868

Contents:
Charles Wardlow of Sheffield, merchant and manufacturer, with the Trustees of the Wesleyan Union Sick Society, to John Frederick Fenton and Frank Fenton of Sheffield, silversmiths. The property in Earl Street/Porter Street, Sheffield empowered by the Will of Suky Roberts or West, for £500 to the Wesleyan Union Sick Society and £700 to Charles Wardlow

Mortgage  YWD 135/20  17 March, 1868

Contents:
John Frederick Fenton and Frank Fenton of Sheffield, silversmiths, to Francis Millns of Sheffield, confectioner, and Nathaniel James Finsdale Mower of Sheffield, brewer, the Trustees of the Second Prince of Wales Benefit Building Society. Land, at the corner of Porter Street and Earl Street, Sheffield, with the dwelling house, workshops and machinery within them erected on it, for £1,080 (less a described bonus)

Lease  YWD 135/21  25 June, 1868

Contents:
Henry Hawley of 34 Great St. Helens in the City of London to Samuel Berry of Sheffield, common brewer. "The Porter Cottage" in Porter Street, Sheffield, for seven years at a yearly rent of £20

Agreement to sell  YWD 135/22(a-c)  22 April, 1873

Contents:
Henry Hawley of 71 Highbury New Park, Middlesex esquire, agrees to convey "The Porter Cottage" and land in Porter Street, Sheffield to John Frederick Fenton and Frank Fenton both of Sheffield trading as Fenton Brothers silver platers. 25 February, 1873.
The Conveyance, for £600

Conveyance (copy) J. F. Fenton and F. Fenton to Nicholas Lister  YWD 135/23  n.d

Contents:
5 sq. yards of ground near Earl Street, Sheffield

Copy of appointment of new trustee of the Second Prince of Wales Benefit Building Society  YWD 135/24  n.d

Certificate of search in the West Riding Registry of Deeds in the name of William Staniforth for 1883-1885  YWD 135/25  1885

Requisition on title and replies 19-20 March 1873  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  YWD 135/26  4 August, 1891

Contents:
Alfred John Fenton, electro-plate manufacturer and silversmith, son of John Frederick Fenton and brother of Samuel Fenton, who has been received into partnership with his uncle in place of his father, conveys to William Staniforth of Upperthorpe, Sheffield, electro-plate manufacturer and silversmith, all his interest in premises in Porter Street, Sheffield now occupied by Fenton Brothers

Copy observations on title and replies: Messrs Fenton Bros. Ltd., to the Friends Provident Institution  YWD 135/27  1905

Abstracts of title to lands in Sheffield  [no ref. or date]

Land in Earl Street, to be sold to Messrs. Fenton  YWD 135/28  1867

Land in Porter Street (same)  YWD 135/29  1873

South Moor Work (same)  YWD 135/30  1895

Contents:
Made after the death of John Frederick Fenton and Frank Fenton, reciting the wills of Frank, and John Fenton's son Samuel, - the works to come finally to Staniforth

Title of Philip Gell esquire to the Broom Hall estate  YWD 135/31  1696-1808

Contents:
Includes pedigree of the Jessop, Wilkinson and Gell families 17th cent - early 19th cent

Title of Philip Gell to the part of the Bradburn estate exchanged for Sheffield lands  YWD 135/32  n.d

2 additional title notes. (Schedule of land and tenants)  YWD 135/33-34  n.d

Title of the Marquis of Townshend to the Manor of Bradburn  YWD 135/35-38  n.d

Contents:
And copies of related deeds and titles

Properties (mostly dwelling houses) in Sheffield of the Cooke family  YWD 194  1876-1906

Contents:
For whom Harry Downing, estate agent, was trustees; the properties finally became Harry Downing's

LEGAL PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Certified copy of Feoffment  YWD 198/1  30 June, 1649

Contents:
John Hinchliffe of Stannington, Yorkshire in Bradfield, Yorkshire yeoman, to Robert Littlewood and Robert Bromeley of Stannington, Yorkshire, yeomen, all his closes in Stannington, Yorkshire in trust for his daughter Anne Ibotson alias Hinchliffe, Helen, Mary and Elizabeth Hinchliffe; with a proviso concerning the possible marriage of Anne Ibotson alias Hinchliffe and Francis Doungworth of Stannington, Yorkshire, husbandman

Feoffment  YWD 198/2  24 June, 1704

Contents:
John Drable of Stannington, Yorkshire, yeoman, to Jonathan Drable of the same, yeoman. A dwelling house of two bayes of building and the chamber floore as it lyeth over and a croft called Modery Yard and a little croft, Stannington, Yorkshire for £11

Mortgage  YWD 198/3-4  20 October, 1720

Contents:
Joseph Dunn of Carleton butcher, nephew and heir of Thomas Bockin of Sheffield, cutler, to Matthias Pierce of Roystone, Yorkshire carpenter. Closes in Stannington, Yorkshire for £25.
Bond for performance

Conveyance  YWD 198/5-7  1721

Contents:
Joseph Dunn of Carleton butcher (nephew and heir of Thomas Bocking late of Sheffield, cutler), and Martha his wife, to Matthias Pearce of Royston carpenter. Closes in Stannington, Yorkshire called Goodifield Wood, Modderefield, North Croft, for £33. 5s. 0d., Dunn paying Pearce at the same time £26. 15. 0d. as repayment of a mortgage on the same premises; and declaring the uses of a fine levied to John Battie of Sheffield, gentleman, party to the deed. 25 March, 1721 with final concord and Memorial of the deed is registered at Wakefield

Lease  YWD 198/8  15 June, 1731

Contents:
John Peace of Royston and George Peace of Darfield, Yorkshire carpenters, to Joseph Swallow of Stannington, Yorkshire, cutler. Closes in Stannington, Yorkshire, Moddery Field and Goody Field Wood, for 21 years at £2 p.a. until the death of Sarah Birks, when he could enter on to half of another close called Upper North Croft and then the rent to be £3

Mortgage  YWD 198/9  1 February, 1742

Contents:
Jonathan Drabble of Stannington, Yorkshire, yeoman, to Samuel Armitage of the same, husbandman. His newly erected dwelling house, for £20

Deed to attend the inheritance  YWD 198/10  4 March, 1747

Contents:
Jonathan Drabble and his mortgagees and his father's executors, to John Battie the younger of Sheffield, gentleman, to hold in trust for John Ibbotson

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 198/11a-b  4-5 March, 1747

Contents:
John Crapper of Stannington, Yorkshire, cutler, and William Spencer of the same, cutler, trustees of Jonathan Drabble, to John Ibbotson of Stannington, Yorkshire, cutler. The Nook, and Modery Yard and a little croft in Stannington, Yorkshire, for £31. 18s. 3d., to be divided among several parties to the deed

Will and probate of Jonathan Drabble of Stannington, Yorkshire, yeoman  YWD 198/12  1747

Contents:
2 June, 1747
Proved 21 October, 1747

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 198/13-15  1757

Contents:
Matthew Peace of New Miller Dam in Sandal in Wakefield, husbandman, and Anne his wife, to George Peace of Darfield, Yorkshire yeoman. Closes in Stannington, Yorkshire, for £35 and in consideration of £20 already paid on behalf of Matthias Peace to Joseph Dunn, agreeing to levy a fine to Francis Barker of Monkbretton or Burton in Royston, Yorkshire husbandman. 2 March, 1757 with final concord

[Original] Will of George Peace of Flatt in the parish of North Elmsal yeoman  YWD 198/16  3 January, 1771

Contents:
Wife, Jane; sons, John and George; daughters, Ann and Jane (with a child)

Mortgage  YWD 198/17-18  1776

Contents:
John Peace of Flatts in the parish of Souta-Kirkby Yorkshire, yeoman, to Dorothy Hopkinson of Heath in Warmfield Yorkshire, widow. Goodifield Wood etc. in Stannington, Yorkshire for £70. 8 June, 1776 with Bond for performance

Dorothy Hopkinson of Heath in the parish of Warmfield to John Peace of Flatts in the parish of South Kirkby, yeoman  YWD 198/19  27 December, 1779

Contents:
The closes, for repayment of £75. 15s. 0d

Conveyance (lease and release) and bond for performance  YWD 198/20-21  27 and 28 December, 1779

Contents:
John Peace of Flatts to Edward Nichols of Stannington, Yorkshire, cutler. The closes in Stannington, Yorkshire for £72

Will and probate of John Ibbotson of Nook  YWD 198/22  6 March, 1774

Contents:
Proved 20 August, 1781

Deed of trust and covenant to levy fines  YWD 198/23-24  2, 3 October, 1787

Contents:
John Hobson of Owlerton, grinder, eldest son of John Hobson of The Bank in Bradfield, Yorkshire, and Mary, daughter of John Ibbotson of the Nook, to Joseph Marples of Stannington, Yorkshire, cordwainer, and Ann his wife (another daughter of John Ibbotson). Two thirds of the Nook (now two tenements) and appurtenances in Stannington, Yorkshire, with provision for fines to be levied by Samuel Turner of Sheffield, mercer

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 198/25a-b  8, 9 September, 1788

Contents:
John Rawson of Owlerton in the parish of Sheffield, grinder, grandson and legatee of John Ibbotson late of the Nook, to Joseph Marples of Stannington, Yorkshire, cordwainer. A third part of The Nook, Stannington, Yorkshire for £42

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 198/26a-b  6, 7 November, 1812

Contents:
Richard Stanley of Barber Wood in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, esquire and Thomas Wilson of Clifford in the parish of Sheffield, manufacturer, executors of Isaac Shepherd late of Greenhill in the parish of Norton, Derbyshire gentleman, to Joseph Marples of Stannington, Yorkshire, farmer. The Modery Field in Stannington, Yorkshire, for £270, to be paid to five named legatees, parties to the deed

Mortgage  YWD 198/27  10 June, 1817

Contents:
Joseph Marples of Stannington, Yorkshire, farmer, to Thomas Smith of Sheffield, gentleman. A cottage on Han Moor at Knowle Top, Stannington, Yorkshire, and a public house adjoining, and a croft, and the Modery Field, for £250

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 198/28a-b  17 October, 1818

Contents:
Joseph Marples to Thomas Smith. The same lands in, Yorkshire and The Nook, for £750

Mortgage  YWD 198/29  12 July, 1817

Contents:
Joseph Marples of Stannington, Yorkshire, farmer, to Thomas Smith of Sheffield, gentleman. A cottage at Han Moor, and the newly-erected messuage and public house adjoining, and a croft, and Modery Field, Stannington, Yorkshire for £50, additional to the £250 for which they were mortgaged to him 10 June

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 198/30a-b  16, 17 April, 1823

Contents:
Joseph Marples of Stannington, Yorkshire and Sarah his wife, to Thomas Smith. The premises at The Nook, Stannington, Yorkshire for the loan still owing

Conveyance to uses  YWD 198/31  27 September, 1842

Contents:
Elias Nichols and others to John Ward Nichols, his son. The Modery Field or Little Modery Field in Stannington, Yorkshire, to uses pursuant on Edward Nichols' will

Conveyance  YWD 198/32  6 May, 1847

Contents:
George William Freeman of Leeds, gentleman (official assignee of Hugh Parker, Offley Shore, John Brown and John Rodgers of Sheffield, bankers and co-partners in bankruptcy) to John Marshall of Fullwood in the parish of Sheffield, farmer. A messuage and farm-house called The Nook at Stannington, Yorkshire, with the lower allotments on Row Haigh, the Row Haigh Bank allotment, Nether and Upper Han Fields, Upper Great Field, Lower Great Field, Robin Field, the Bushes, the Croft and the garden, for £920; the creditor's assignees being party

Conditions of sale of the property in Stannington, Yorkshire of Hugh Parker  YWD 198/33  1846

Contents:
Signed for Lot 39 by John Marshall

Title to The Nook  YWD 198/34  [1843], 1847

Contents:
Hugh Parker late of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield but now of Doncaster declares his title to The Nook and lands in Stannington, Yorkshire at the time of the issuing of a Fiat of bankruptcy against him and his partners. [1843].
Signed at Tickhill, 5 May, 1847

Abstract of the title of the assignees of Mr. Hugh Parker  YWD 198/35  n.d., 1718

Contents:
To a messuage, farmlands... at Stannington, Yorkshire ....
Beginning with Will of John Woodrove of Woodthorpe. 1718

Conveyance  YWD 198/36-37  1857

Contents:
William Smith of the Dam House in Sheffield, esquire, to John Marshall of Fullwood Hall in Sheffield, farmer. A croft near Han Moor in Stannington, Yorkshire with a workshop, and three messuages formerly one at The Nook, The Moddery Field and a piece of common at Moddery Hill.
For £480. 2 April, 1857 with Declaration by George Marsh of Stannington, Yorkshire in support of William Smith's title. 1857

Copy of a conveyance of The Peacock Inn at Knowle Top in Stannington, Yorkshire  YWD 198/38  26 May, 1857

Contents:
By William Smith of the Dam House in Sheffield to William Smith, Henry Smith, Joseph Redfearn, and Charles Henry Hanger, brewers

Conveyance  YWD 198/39-40  1858

Contents:
John Ward Nichols of Syck near Dungworth (parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire) farmer and cutler, with others, to John Marshall of Fullwood, farmer. The Modery Field, or Little Modery Field, at the Nook in Stannington, Yorkshire, for £157. 15. 9. 27 March, 1858 with agreement to sell. 23 February, 1858

Mortgage  YWD 198/41  1864, 1891

Contents:
John Marshall of Fullwood to John and Joseph Creswick, both of Greystones, farmers. The Nook, etc., Stannington, Yorkshire for £500. 23 August, 1864.
Endorsed with a reconveyance to Thomas Marshall's surviving trustee. 10 March, 1891

Copy of the Will of John Marshall of Coal Aston in the parish of Dronfield, Derbyshire  YWD 198/41  19 February, 1867

Contents:
Died 5 July, 1867; proved 26 November, 1867

(Official copy) Probate of the Will of Thomas Marshall of Greasborough, Yorkshire farmer  YWD 198/42  11 January, 1881

Contents:
Died 22 February, 1881; proved 14 September, 1881

Mortgage  YWD 384  1785, 1810

Contents:
The Rev. Edward Vennor of Ware to Thomas Vennor of Sheffield, linen-draper. A messuage at the corner of High Street and York Street in Sheffield, for £1200. 25 March, 1783.
And some twenty deeds relating to legacies, etc. following the death of Thomas Vennor, then of Attercliffe, Sheffield, linen-draper. 1785-1804. The bundle includes: Conveyance by a family of Merrill to James Sydall of a house in Eyam, Derbyshire 26 July, 1760, and a lease by the executors of Robert Lambert, deceased, to William Vickers of Neepsend, Sheffield, tanner, of a dwelling and 3½ acres of land at Neepsend, Sheffield as trustee for Hannah Lambert. 24 December, 1810

Conveyance  YWD 385  n.d

Contents:
Thomas Pearson to Sir Sitwell Sitwell, Carter Hall Lane

Copy of Will of Hellen Heaton of Sheffield, spinster  YWD 633/1  11 June, 1795

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 633/2a-b  30 31 May, 1806

Contents:
Richard Ibotson of Wooburn, Buckinghamshire gentleman, only son of Richard Ibotson late of Tinsley. (p. of Rotherham, Yorkshire) yeoman, who was a devisee in fee of Hellen Heaton of Sheffield, spinster, to Edward Peace Walker of Balby (p. of Doncaster) and Richard Walker of Warmsworth, Yorkshire gentlemen.
A dwelling house at Darnall, Sheffield, with Long Close, Broom Close, Lock Close, Great Park Field, Little Park Field, New Close, Croft, Green Lane, Ley Lands, for £1,475

Redemption of tithes  YWD 633/3  1800

Contents:
Mortgage, 15 March, 1825.
Abstract of title of Ibotson Walker.
Conveyance (lease and release). Ibotson Walker of Manchester, manufacturer, and Eliza his wife, to Samuel Staniforth of Liverpool, esquire, for £1,550.
5 and 6 August, 1839

Copy surrender  YWD 648/1  13 July, 1775

Contents:
Sheffield, Court Baron of the grantees of Edward Duke of Norfolk, deceased.
Thomas Haywood of Bellhagg but now of Brookhouse, husbandman, and Hannah his wife, surrender Maska House to the use of Joseph Haywood of Upper Hallam, Sheffield filesmith, who is admitted

Copy surrender  YWD 648/2  31 March, 1785

Contents:
Sheffield, Court - as above.
Joseph Haywood of Sheffield filesmith, surrenders his lands to the uses of his will

Copy surrender  YWD 648/3  1 December, 1791

Contents:
Sheffield, Court Baron of the grantees of Edward Duke of Norfolk, deceased. John Parker esquire, steward.
John Tomlinson of Beauchief Abbey, Derbyshire husbandman, with Hannah Haywood widow of Joseph Haywood and James his son, surrenders Maska House to the use of Daniel Holy of Sheffield, silver plater, who is admitted

Copy of a conveyance by the Commissioners of Sheffield  YWD 648/4  19 July, 1794

Contents:
Enclosure of an allotment on the Hag in Upper Hallam, Sheffield adjoining Burnt Stones East, to Daniel Holy of Sheffield, silverplater. 23 February, 1793/4.
Endorsed with receipt for £50 for this allotment, 23 February, 1793/4, and 7 guineas for another

Deeds of partnership  YWD 648/5-6  1804

Contents:
Daniel Holy, Joseph Drabble, James Drabble his son, Ebenezer Parker, William Hall, all of Sheffield, silverplaters, William Hadfield of Sheffield, die sinker, and William Creswell Webb of Birmingham, Warwickshire bookkeeper, in business as silver platers. 14 March, 1804.
Altered for later amendments and deed of partnership, as on the 14 March, without the Drabbles. 28 March, 1804

Assignment of lease  YWD 648/7  28 August, 1806

Contents:
Jonathan Warrington of Fullwood in the parish of Sheffield, farmer, with the consent of Thomas Newton of Sheffield, grocer, to Daniel Holy of Sheffield, silver plater. An allotment on Lodge Moor, Sheffield, for the remainder of the lease of 42 years for which it was let to him by Thomas Newton, for £45; the yearly rent £4

Deed of withdrawal from partnership of 28 March, 1804, of W. C. Webb  YWD 648/8  1808

Particulars of sale for Lot 2 of Daniel Holy's estate  YWD 648/9  13 October, 1812

Contents:
The Oat Close and the Pasture Field at Lodge Moor, Sheffield, with the mark of John Hallam the purchaser (price 500 guineas) and signed by Daniel Holy

Conveyances, by the Rev. George Alderson, clerk, Vicar of Hornby, Yorkshire, and James Wilson of Highfield House near Sheffield, later of Brincliffe Towers, Sheffield gentleman  YWD 651  [n.d.]

Contents:
Executors of Rowland Hodgson, late of Highfield, esquire, deceased, whose will was proved 23 February, 1837, and whose personal estate proved to be insufficient to carry out his wishes except by the proceeds of the sale of land.
Schedule of deeds on each

Land in Thomas Street, Sheffield to Thomas Mark Carter, Joseph Smith and John Carter brewers, for £134  YWD 651/1  23 January, 1851

Land at the corner of Thomas Street and Edgerton Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/2  23 January, 1851

Contents:
To William Frederick Taylor Bradshaw of Sheffield, victualler; Joseph Smith of Sheffield, brewer, to be trustee in case of the determination of the estate, for £181

Land at the corner of Thomas Street and Milton Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/3  5 May, 1851

Contents:
To Edwin Corker of Sheffield, joiner, George Ridge of Sheffield, stationer, to be trustee, for £160

Land in Edgerton Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/4  26 February, 1852

Contents:
To Thomas Mark Carter, Joseph Smith and John Carter, brewers, for £51. 5. 0

Land in Hodgson Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/5  13 November, 1852

Contents:
To George Buxton of Sheffield, cutler, George Ridge to be trustee, for £230. 12. 6

Land at the corner of Headford Street and Edgerton Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/6  22 June, 1853

Contents:
To Abraham Davy of Sheffield, maker of knives, George Ridge to be trustee, for £203. 19. 6

Land at the corner of Headford Street and Milton Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/7  30 June, 1853

Contents:
To Benjamin Matthewman of Sheffield, manufacturer of cutlery, George Ridge to be trustee, for £314. 11. 8.
With an endorsement about money refunded because of an incorrectly drawn boundary

Land at the corner of Headford Street and Edgerton Lane, Sheffield  YWD 651/8  7 July, 1853

Contents:
To George Bagshawe of Sheffield, brass refiner, George Ridge to be trustee, for £206. 10. 0

Land at corner of Headford Street and Milton Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/9  17 August, 1853

Contents:
To Joseph Wilson of Sheffield, manufacturer of saws, George Ridge to be trustee, for £411. 10. 0

Land at the corner of Egerton Street and Headford Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/10  20 October, 1853

Contents:
To John Pitts of Sheffield, razor manufacturer, George Ridge to be trustee, for £604. 10. 0

Land at the corner of Headford Street and Hodgson Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/11  29 July, 1854

Contents:
To Charles Pilkington, Thomas Pilkington, Abraham Pedigor and George Storr, of Sheffield, partners in manufacturing joiners' tools, for £323. 5. 0

Land at corner of Thomas Street and Hodgson Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/12  1 August, 1855

Contents:
To John Farist of Sheffield, silver plater, George Ridge to be trustee, for £162

Land in Hodgson Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/13  10 July, 1858

Contents:
To Leonard Hall, builder, George Ridge to be trustee, for £221

Land in Hodgson Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/14  9 December, 1858

Contents:
To William Mann of Sheffield, slater, George Ridge to be trustee, for £89. 6. 8

Land in Walker Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/15  14 December, 1858

Contents:
To Thomas Ibbotson of Sheffield, grocer and draper, for £48. 10. 0

Land in a lane near the General Infirmary, Sheffield  YWD 651/16  18 December, 1858

Contents:
To John Barnes of Infirmary Lane, grocer, for £53. 10. 0

Land corner of Hodgson Street and Younge Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/17  25 January, 1859

Contents:
To John Webster of Sheffield, solicitor

Land at corner of Thomas Street and Hodgson Street, Sheffield  YWD 651/18  9 June, 1859

Contents:
To William Mann of Sheffield, slater, George Ridge to be trustee, for £162

Lands in Richmond, Sheffield, Handsworth, Sheffield and Crookes, Sheffield in Sheffield  YWD 685  [n.d.]

Final concord  YWD 685/1  February, 1713

Contents:
Robert Wilson, plaintiff; Francis Roper and Sarah his wife and William Vaines and Lidia his wife and Jonathan Wilson and Ma[ry]. Lands in Richmond, Sheffield, Handsworth, Sheffield and Crookes, Sheffield in Sheffield

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 685/2a-b  21, 22 March, 1713

Contents:
William Vaines of Richmond, Sheffield in Handsworth, Sheffield yeoman, and Lydia his wife, to George Oates of Handsworth, Sheffield yeoman. His messuage in Richmond, Sheffield for £40, arranging to levy a fine to Robert Wilson of Ecclesall, Sheffield in Sheffield, cutler

Copy of the will of John Oscliffe of Haver Croft, Yorkshire  YWD 685/3  15 November, 1715

Contents:
Sister Sarah Almond (an annuity to be left by her amongst her children, and obviously the legacy referred to by Matthew Almond) niece Ann Wilson, wife of Thomas Wilson, Mary daughter of Thomas Wilson, also daughter Ann, and son John, Mary Almond his niece, Matthew Almond (nephew?) executor

Mortgage  YWD 685/4  3 September, 1717

Contents:
William Vaines of Richmond, Sheffield, yeoman, and Lydia his wife, to Francis West of Carbrooke in the parish of Sheffield, yeoman. His messuage in Richmond, Sheffield, and the 2 Richmond, Sheffield Closes, Sheffield, of which £40 is to be paid to George Oates, the mortgagee

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 685/5a-b  10, 11 September, 1718

Contents:
Francis Roper of Richmond, Sheffield in Handsworth, Sheffield yeoman and Sarah his now wife and George Roper his son and heir, to John Oscliffe of Havercroft in the parish of Felkirk, yeoman. The Collier Delfe in Richmond, Sheffield, Yorkshire which he bought from George Harrison, Sheffield for £65

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 685/6a-b  27, 28 June, 1720

Contents:
William Vaines of Richmond, Sheffield in Handsworth, Sheffield yeoman and Lidia his wife, and Francis West of Carbrooke in the parish of Sheffield his mortgagee, to Hannah Cade of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield spinster. His messuage in Richmond, Sheffield and the 2 Richmond, Sheffield Closes in Sheffield for £63 to Francis West and £17 to William Vaines

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 685/7a-c  1723-1736

Contents:
William Vaines of Richmond, Sheffield in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield yeoman, and Lydia his wife, to Edward Cheney of Woodthorpe in Handsworth, Sheffield esquire. His messuage in Richmond, Sheffield and the two Richmond, Sheffield Closes in Sheffield for £126
16 and 17 February, 1723-4 with Final Concord. Edward Cheney, gentleman and Thomas Best versus William Vaines and Lydia, Edmund Swift and William Swift. Trinity in 3 weeks. George II. 1736

Copy inquisition. Manor of Handsworth, Sheffield  YWD 685/8  28 May, 1725

Contents:
Court Baron of Thomas Duke of Norfolk.
Matthew Almond has purchased the Colliery Delfe from Francis Roper and is admitted. John Battie, senior, steward

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 685/9a-b  9, 10 September, 1731

Contents:
Edward Cheney, esquire, formerly of Woodthorpe in Handsworth, Sheffield now of Sheffield, to Matthew Almond of Handsworth, Sheffield yeoman. A messuage in Richmond, Sheffield and the two Richmond, Sheffield Closes, Sheffield for £161. 1. 0

Copy inquisition. Manor of Handsworth, Sheffield  YWD 685/10  1736

Contents:
Court Baron of Edward Duke of Norfolk.
That Matthew Almond has bought a messuage etc. from Edward Cheney and owes fealty. John Battie, steward.
1 July, 1736. (Signature of John Battie junior)

Copy of the Will of Matthew Almond of Handsworth, Sheffield  YWD 685/11  1740-1743

Contents:
Wife Elizabeth, niece Ann France wife of John France of Norton, Yorkshire, John Benton and Elizabeth his wife. His brother Wilson and sister Wilson (no Christian names) and his mother's will. 20 May, 1740.
Proved 21 February, 1742-3

Deed to make a tenant (lease and release)  YWD 685/12a-c  1752

Contents:
Ann France of Norton in the parish of Campsall, Yorkshire widow and John France, to George Wilson late of Pontefract but now of London. A messuage and lands lately Matthew Almond's in Richmond, Sheffield to suffer a recovery to be brought by James Wilson of Womersley, Yorkshire, yeoman.
1 and 2 April, 1752. With recovery. Easter, George II. 1752

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 685/13a-b  18, 19 June, 1753

Contents:
Ann France of Norton in the parish of Campsall, Yorkshire widow of John France, neice of Matthew Almond, to John Fell of Attercliffe, Sheffield Forge in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman. A messuage in Richmond, Sheffield, with the two Richmond, Sheffield closes and the Colliery Delfe, for £300

The Earl of Surrey to Richard Swallow of Attercliffe, Sheffield Forge, merchant  YWD 685/14  10 February, 1785-1786

Contents:
A quit rent of 1/- on his messuage at Richmond, Sheffield for £1

Assignment in bankruptcy  YWD 685/15  6 January, 1809

Contents:
Hugh Parker of Woodthorpe, esquire, Charles Brookfield and Robert Rodgers both of Sheffield, gentlemen, Commissioners in the bankruptcy of James Mansall, George Burkinshaw and John Fielding of Sheffield, saw and edge tool manufacturers, to John Wilson of Sheffield, cutler and Nicholas Timm of Sheffield, maltster, as trustee for the creditors. Their possessions, to sell for the realisation of assets etc

Assignment  YWD 697/1  1 November, 1826

Contents:
Thomas Dunn of Sheffield, collier, to William Jeffcock of Sheffield, collier. His 4th part share in the Sheffield and Handsworth, Sheffield Collieries, as security for £2,000

Assignment  YWD 697/2  2 August, 1841

Contents:
Thomas Dunn of Richmond, Sheffield, coalmaster to William Jeffcock of High Hazles, coalmaster. His 4th share in Sheffield and Handsworth, Sheffield Collieries, as extra security for £2,000 and £7,860 borrowed by his father Thomas Dunn

Assignment  YWD 697/3  2 January, 1826

Contents:
Thomas Dunn, with the consent of his partners and Michael Ellison, steward to the Duke of Norfolk, to John Beaumont Furniss of Sheffield, merchant. His 4th share of Sheffield and Handsworth, Sheffield Collieries as security for £2,000

Will and probate of John Kitchen late of Sheffield but now of Walkley, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, badger  YWD 709/1  1787

Contents:
A good deal of economic and family detail. Trustees William Osborne of White House in the parish of Sheffield, farmer, Jonathan Moore of Cherrytree Hill in Sheffield, gentleman and John Remington of Sheffield, attorney at law. Nephew John Kitchen, wife Elizabeth. A nephew and many nieces of the name of Tyndall. 13 July, 1787.
Proved 11 August, 1787.
Trustees' deeds and papers in paying out the legacies

Mortgage  YWD 709/2  6 May, 1718

Contents:
William Kelsey of Haxey, Lincolnshire labourer, to Anne Pinder of Gainesbrurgh, Lincolnshire widdow.
A cottage and croft in the town street of Haxey, for £10

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 709/3a-b  11, 12 October, 1745

Contents:
Samuel Adamson of Rotherham, Yorkshire schoolmaster, and Anne his wife, to William Allen of Rotherham, Yorkshire, potter. Parcels of land in Badsley Moor Feild, Gallowtree Feild and Nether Feild (town fields of Rotherham, Yorkshire) for £63. 12. 0

Lease for a year  YWD 709/4  2 May, 1751

Contents:
Release missing, but presumably a conveyance. William Allen of Rotherham, Yorkshire, potter, and Elizabeth his wife, and Joseph Allen of Woolrow, Yorkshire his son and heir, to Joseph Key of Rotherham, Yorkshire, roper. Pieces of land in the town fields of Rotherham, Yorkshire

Lease  YWD 709/5  22 November, 1755

Contents:
The Burgesses or Free Tenants of the town of Sheffield to Mary Courtnall of Sheffield, widow of Joseph Courtnall, cutler. Two cottages in Barker Poole, Sheffield with a smithy etc. for 21 years at a yearly rent of six shillings

Assignment of lease  YWD 709/6  30 May, 1761

Contents:
John Brookes of Sheffield, buttonmaker, by the direction and appointment of Mary Courtnell, widow of Joseph Courtnell of Sheffield, cutler deceased intestate, to Joseph Kay of Attercliffe, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, flaxdresser. Two cottages in Barker Poole in Sheffield, part of property demised by the Trustees of Hollis' hospital, Sheffield (in Creswick Close and Hollis Street) and the Burgery of Sheffield (these cottages) by recited leases, to Joseph Courtnell and assigned by Mary Courtnell to John Brookes; who receives £135 for the Barker Poole premises

Conveyance  YWD 709/7  21 February, 1791

Contents:
Sarah Moltby, of Bradwell in the parish of Hope, Derbyshire widow of George Moltby, deceased, and Marshall Thorp of Hallam in the parish of Sheffield, cutler, to Robert Hall of Bradwell, miner or bus'ler.
Two closes at Outleton Head in Bradwell, Derbyshire for £64. 10. 0.; explaining that Marshall Thorp had agreed to buy them from George Moltby but had never signed a deed

Dissolution of partnership  YWD 709/8  18 March, 1806

Contents:
Between John Kay of Hallam in the parish of Sheffield, farmer and Benjamin Turton of the Hartshead in Sheffield, victualler, with retrospective effect from 1 January, 1803

Bundles of title deeds to land in the Market Place, Hull relating to William Todd  YWD 729/1-3  n.d

Lease  YWD 730  1788

Contents:
The Trustees of the Upper Chapel in Sheffield to Sarah Grey of Sheffield, widow. A piece of ground in West Barr in Sheffield, with the buildings on it for 99 years, at a yearly rent of £2. 7. 6.
29 September, 1788.
Map by William Fairbank

Marriage settlement  YWD 731  26 April, 1790

Contents:
Charles Senior of Sheffield, hairdresser, and Elizabeth Walker, widow of James Walker; Joseph Kaye of Sheffield, gentleman, trustee for Elizabeth's daughter Mary Walker

Deed of separation  YWD 734/1  1783

Contents:
George Wilkinson of Sheffield, carpenter, separates from Sarah his wife, handing over money and goods due to her to her trustees Hugh Cheney of Sheffield, apothecary, and Henry Hoole of Crookes Moor, Sheffield Side in Sheffield, cutler. 24 May, 1783.
Bond for performance

Assignment on trust  YWD 734/2  27 February, 1786

Contents:
Sarah Wilkinson of Sheffield, wife of George Wilkinson of Sheffield, carpenter, to her trustees Hugh Cheney of Sheffield, apothecary and Henry Hoole of Crookes Moor, Sheffield Side in Sheffield, cutler. All her possessions after her decease to dispose of for the sole benefit of Mary, wife of Hugh Cheney

Lease for a year (release missing)  YWD 734/3  3 February, 1794

Contents:
Hugh Cheney of Sheffield, surgeon and Henry Hoole of Crooks Moorside in Sheffield, cutler-grinder, to Jonathan Parker of Sheffield, merchant. A freehold dwelling house, with other buildings etc. and another dwelling, and the Far Field, the Little Meadow Close and the Upper part of the Nether Field, all at Wincobank, Yorkshire, Sheffield

Account book  YWD 735  1825-1897

Contents:
George Wells and his successors in account with Mrs. Poynton and her successors for rent of coal under lands near Mosbrough at £70 per acre, 1825-1847; with loose papers: measurements of coal got, valuations, a map and other papers, after Mrs. Poynton's death; and after the death of Rowland Hodgson, who with Hugh Parker was co-tenant by Mrs. Poynton's will; and solicitor's evidence in a case relating to the ownership of the coal and the rights of copyholders to mine, 1897

Marriage settlement  YWD 764/1  22 June, 1813

Contents:
George Osborne of Banner Cross, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, farmer and Sarah Stenton of Grange Lane Top in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, spinster. Trustee, John Gillatt of Woodseats, Derbyshire farmer

Substitution of William Stenton of Shiregreen, farmer and George Oates of Hoyland, farmer as Trustees in his place  YWD 764/2  25 October 1824; 1825-1848

Contents:
Mrs. Osborne is now of Hoyland in Wath

Will and probate of Sarah Osborn (apparently still wife of George Osborne of Banner Cross, Sheffield)  YWD 764/3  23 October, 1848

Contents:
Her brothers John and William legatees and executors. 5 April, 1825.
Probate granted (she called widow) to Ann Barber and Elizabeth Wilson, her nieces; with receipts etc

Marriage settlement  YWD 781/1-2  1800, 1827

Contents:
John Ward of Sheffield, merchant's clerk, and Martha Elliott, widow; Robert Poynton of Ulley, Yorkshire trustee. 19 April, 1800.
And an agreement made between Martha Ward, widow, and the representatives of Robert Poynton, deceased. 1827

Deeds and papers involved in the title to land in View Road, Heeley, Sheffield  YWD 782  1854-1899

Contents:
Abstracts of title: Shore's estate No. 1 (Mattwell Carr, Little Parke Field, Hare Park, Croft Cutler). Shore's estate No. 2 (Heeley, Sheffield estate, in general). Shore's estate No. 3 - Lots 7 and 9 of the 1850 sale (parts of Broad Field) sold to the trustees of the Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield Benefit Building Society. 1854. Grant of a plot of ground by these trustees (Paul Smith, William Oliver, Matthew Johnson, Richard Otley, Joseph Stubbs) to Ephraim Bullus. Abstract of title of James Wilkinson, builder to this land. 1899.
Agreement to sell. James Wilkinson to the Rev. Canon W. R. Wilson, Vicar of Bolsterstone, a plot of land in View Road, Sheffield. 3 March, 1899.
Conveyance. The Rev. W. R. Wilson to the Sheffield Corporation. Land in Langsett, part of Bolsterstone Glebe.
25 January, 1899.
Legal papers in a Chancery case, James Wilkinson being dead and the Sheffield Corporation desiring to buy Bolsterstone Glebe land and arrange for drainage at Heeley, Sheffield.
1898

Title deeds to the Margery Sick and several other closes at Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse  YWD 786  [n.d.]

Copy of Will of John Rose of Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse, yeoman - son George, daughter Mary, brothers and sister George Rose, Joseph Rose and Ann Hawkesworth  YWD 786/1  29 March, 1767

Lease for a year  YWD 786/2  13 March, 1798

Contents:
John Newbould of Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse, tanner, to Rev. Francis Parker of Highfield in Sheffield. 12 March, 1798. The release conveys the land in Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse to Joseph Sargant and his trustee, to secure to George Awty who is advancing the purchase money. Parties include the Rev. Francis Parker, Peter Banks and Samuel Staniforth of Sheffield

Feoffment  YWD 786/3  31 December, 1799

Contents:
Henry Hawksworth and Ann his wife and Robert his son to Joseph Sargant. Half of the Car in Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse the other half having already been bought by him

Mortgage  YWD 786/4  27 May, 1800

Contents:
Joseph Sargant to Richard Jubb. Land in Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse

Copy of the will of Joseph Sargant  YWD 786/5  21 July, 1803

Contents:
Leaving land divided between his son William and his daughter Ann Lindley

Copy of conveyance by John Lindley and his wife to William Sargant of their half of land in Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse  YWD 786/6  8 and 9 June, 1804

Conveyance  YWD 786/7  24, 25 March, 1806

Contents:
William Sargant of Sheffield, gentleman, son of Joseph Sargant late of Sheffield, innkeeper, with several trustees and mortgagees, to Robert Rodwell of Aston, Yorkshire yeoman. Land in Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse

Feoffment  YWD 786/8  3 August, 1807

Contents:
Jane Clarke of Rotherham, Yorkshire, widow, and Olive Willott of Rotherham, Yorkshire, widow, daughters of Robert Taylor of Rotherham, Yorkshire, and members of their families, (Olive had a previous husband, a Staniforth of Litfield) to Robert Rodwell. The Carr Close in Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse

Conveyance by way of further assurance  YWD 786/9  19 June, 1812

Contents:
William Sargant, with Henry Hawksworth and Ann his wife, who was the daughter of John Rose of Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse, and others, to Robert Rodwell. Land in Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse

Land in Castle Green, Sheffield  YWD 787  [n.d.]

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 787/1a-b  19, 20 November. 1734

Contents:
John Hague of Sheffield, cutler to Joseph Lister of Creswicke Greaves, wheelwright. Premises in Castle Green, Sheffield for £12. 17. 6d

Conveyance  YWD 787/2  21 November, 1752

Contents:
Joseph Lister of Piper House and Hannah his wife to Elizabeth Lister his mother. A moiety of the premises in Castle Green, Sheffield, for £70

Will of Elizabeth Lister  YWD 787/3  19 December, 1772

Lease for a year  YWD 787/4  3 February, 1775

Contents:
William Lister of Birley Edge in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, wheelwright, son of Joseph, with many relatives, to George Greaves and George Woodhead of Sheffield, merchants. Messuages in Castle Green, Sheffield

Settlement (lease and release)  YWD 787/5a-b  4, 5 April, 1743

Contents:
Elizabeth Lister of Creswick Greaves in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire and Nicholas Lister her eldest son, to Joseph Smith of Chappeltowne and Joseph Swift of Darelands, trustees. Premises in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. Houses in Castle Green Lane, Sheffield quoting the will of Nicholas Jepson late of Creswick (her father?)

Letter from John Nowill & Sons to Younge Wilson and Nixon, about the use of a trade mark  YWD 857  20 March, 1876

Contents:
The letter heading is a good small engraving of the works

Marriage settlement  YWD 863  22 October, 1777

Contents:
John Nodder of Cutthorpe, Derbyshire gentleman, and Jemima Fidler, daughter of George Fidler of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, butcher

Newbould, Ridge and Wild, saw and fender manufacturers, Sheffield  YWD 867  [n.d.]

Articles of partnership  YWD 867/1  24 October, 1791

Contents:
Joseph Colley of Sheffield, merchant, to Samuel Newbould of Little Sheffield, edge tool maker, Joseph Ridge of Upper Hallam, Sheffield sawmaker, Arnold Wild of Greystones, sawmaker, George Marsden of Dore, Derbyshire in Dronfield, Derbyshire, fender maker. His share in a partnership as saw and fender makers entered into in 1784, and of their two leasehold grinding wheels in Loxley, Sheffield and their land, stock etc

Newbould, Ridge and Wild buy George Marsden's share of partnership  YWD 867/2  27 October, 1791

Fresh articles of partnership between Newbould, Ridge and Wild  YWD 867/3  24 April, 1793

Contents:
All now of Little Sheffield, saw and fender manufacturers

Partnership dissolved  YWD 867/4  18 August, 1801

Contents:
Samuel Newbould to buy the improvements and buildings at his Little Sheffield works

Deed of partnership  YWD 868  August, 1795

Contents:
William Nicholson and Thomas Nicholson both of Sheffield, cutler, in the business of a cutler; £900 each

Two mortgages  YWD 869/1-2  1805, 1807

Contents:
George Johnson with the Rev. Henry Pearson, his mortgagee, to James Oates of Sheffield, whitesmith, 17 May, 1805 and James Oates to John Watson of Sheffield, gentleman, 23 April, 1807. Land in Button Lane, Sheffield

Grant  YWD 870  1793

Contents:
Samuel Rotheram of Dronfield, Derbyshire esquire and James Bowden of Ballborough, Derbyshire esquire to John Cawthorn of Sheffield, silversmith, William Clark, grinder, William Newbould, button manufacturer and William Holdsworth, pewterer. The top and second beds of coal under closes at the Intack in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, with privileges, instructions and reservations, for three hundred years at rents apportioned by quality and quantity of coal got. 30 September, 1793.
One copy signed one unsigned

Title deeds of Carver Street Church, Sheffield (St. Matthew's)  YWD 872  1785-1851

Lease, and a counterpart of the same  YWD 872/1a-b  10 January, 1785

Contents:
The Trustees of the Sheffield estates appointed by the late Edward, Duke of Norfolk, to Richard Jessop of Sheffield, brass ink stand maker. 739 square yards of land, part of the Carver Field, Sheffield and the buildings on it, for 99 years at £3. 3. 0d. a year

Assignment of lease  YWD 872/2  14 February, 1789

Contents:
Richard Jessop of Sheffield, brass ink stand maker, to Adam Wilde of Sheffield, cutler, master of a club called the Friendly and United. Land in Carver Field, Sheffield as security for a loan of £80 from the Society

Receipts for shares of Richard Jessop's estate in Sheffield  YWD 872/3  1 September, 1798

Contents:
James Jessop, Charles Hall (for Margaret), Richard Jessop, Sarah Jessop, Mary Jessop, William Jessop

Assignment of lease  YWD 872/4  1 September, 1798

Contents:
Margaret Jessop, widow of Richard Jessop late of Sheffield, brass ink stand maker, and her son James and Charles Hall, husband of her daughter Margaret, with the consent of Vincent Eyre of Sheffield, esquire (for the Duke of Norfolk), to her other children. Land in Carver Field, Sheffield as part of the distribution of the estate of Richard Jessop who died intestate

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 872/5  6 September, 1798

Contents:
The younger members of the Jessop family, and Adam Wilde, the mortgagee, to Elizabeth Bingham of Woodseats in the parish of Norton, widow. Land in Carver Field, Sheffield as security for £300; with a bond for performance

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 872/6a-b  3, 4 June, 1811

Contents:
The Trustees for the Sheffield estates of Charles, Duke of Norfolk, to William Jessop of Sheffield, cutler, and his trustee, Michael Johnson of Sheffield, gentleman. Land in Carver Field, Sheffield for £54. 10. 6

Conveyance to uses  YWD 872/7  20 December, 1847

Contents:
Mary J. P. Toyne, and her husband, David Toyne, with George Wilson, merchant, and Thomas William Rodgers, gentleman, both of Sheffield, to George Ridge of Sheffield, stationer. Land in Carver Field, Sheffield all monies owing having been paid

Conveyance  YWD 872/8  26 May, 1848

Contents:
David Toyne of Sheffield, cutler, and George Ridge, his trustee, to George Cooper of Sheffield, gentleman, and John Unwin his trustee. Land in Carver Field, Sheffield for £100

A schedule of deeds relating to Carver Field, Sheffield  YWD 872/9  n.d

Administration of the will of William Jessop, cutler  YWD 872/10  8 February, 1847

Contents:
To his wife Sarah, died 1846

Administration of the will of Mary Jessop late of Sheffield, spinster  YWD 872/11  14 January, 1851

Contents:
Died about 29 August, 1839, to Mary Jermyn Parkin Toyne, wife of David Toyne, her niece

Administration of the will of Sarah Jessop  YWD 872/12  February, 1851

Contents:
To Mrs. Toyne, died 21 June, 1847

Draft of conveyance from John Unwin of Sheffield, gentleman, and William Ibbit of Sheffield, silversmith  YWD 872/13  1851

Contents:
Trustees of the will of George Cooper late of Sheffield, gentleman, with separate arrangements entered into by several members and mortgagees of the Jessop family (White, Toyne, Bingham, etc.) to Her Majesty's Commissioners for Building New Churches. A piece of ground in Carver Street, Sheffield, part of a former field called Carver Field; with the buildings on it, intended to be pulled down; for £204. 15. 0d. to Mary White and smaller sums (not all filled in) to others. 1851.
Approved by the solicitors of various parties

Will and probate of Thomas Burdett Turton  YWD 881  30 December, 1853

Contents:
Codicil. 29 July, 1858. Died 7 December, 1869. Probate 19 January, 1870. Wife Harriet (formerly Harriet Corker). Son-in-law Maurice de Lara Bright.
Included in the related papers is a set of original title deeds to land (with workshop etc.) in Furnace Hill, Sheffield. John Shore of Sheffield let it, part of a field called the Dole, in 1778 to John Corker of Sheffield, filesmith. The other deeds are assignments and mortgages, and the probates of the wills of John Corker (1817) and his son Charles (1832) father and brother of Harriet

Affairs of the Attercliffe, Sheffield Estates Co  YWD 913  1899-1912

Contents:
Sold land for building. Mainly one Laycock, a solicitor, ended in difficulties

Farm in Dodworth  YWD 917  [n.d.]

Assignment in trust  YWD 917/1  10 July, 1762

Contents:
John Champney late of Carlton in Snaith, Yorkshire but now of Frickley, Yorkshire, gentleman, to James Stovin of Doncaster. A farm in Dodworth in Silkstone, Yorkshire, to sell for the settlement of his debts; Michael Anne late of Frickley, a mortgagee, being party

Conveyance  YWD 917/2  2 August, 1774

Contents:
By the Rev. John Mallinson of Barmby on the Marsh, and Margaret his wife, only child of Elizabeth Threlfield, and the family of John Gray, to James Stovin. Farm in Dodworth for the repayment of mortgage money

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 917/3a-b  20 August, 1781

Contents:
Hannah Parkin of Mortomley, widow, and Elizabeth Parkin, spinster, to George Anne of Burghwallis, Yorkshire. The tithes of a farm at Dodworth, reciting among other deeds a mortgage to the Rev. Thomas Bright of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire; for £1,650 paid to Joseph Roberts

Extracts from the wills of Michael Anne and Elizabeth Parkin  YWD 917/4  n.d

Copy of the will of George Anne of Burghwallis  YWD 917/5  11 March, 1783

Jonathan Alderson's loan  YWD 919  [n.d.]

Mortgages  YWD 919/1-2  1848

Contents:
Jonathan Alderson of Gannow House near Killamarsh, Derbyshire, esquire, to James Foster of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, nurseryman. One eighth share (his mother's share) of the estate of Rowland Hodgson, deceased, for £1,000. 11 January, 1848 and another, for a further £200. 22 August, 1848

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 919/3  1853

Contents:
James Poster late of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, but now of Balby near Doncaster, Yorkshire, gentleman, to Henry Marwood Greaves of Banner Cross, Sheffield and Samuel Roberts of Queen's Tower, both in the parish of Sheffield, esquires. £900 remaining unpaid of James Foster's loan, with the consent of Georgiana Alderson of Radcliffe-upon-Trent, widow, and John Bagshawe Taylor of Radcliffe-upon-Trent, Nottinghamshire, esquire.
4 March, 1853. (Jonathan had died in 1850)

Power of attorney  YWD 919/4  3 April, 1872

Contents:
George Henry William Alderson, being about to leave England, appoints Charles Macro Wilson, failing him Frank Alderson his brother, failing him Arthur Christopher Alderson his brother, attorney to deal with lands, etc. left to his father Jonathan by his (Jonathan's) uncle Rowland Hodgson, which are to be sold by auction for the benefit of the brothers

Reconveyance  YWD 919/5  5 June, 1872

Contents:
Samuel Roberts to Georgiana Alderson and John Bagshawe Taylor (widow and brother-in-law of Jonathan Alderson), for repayment of loan

Lee family property in Sheffield  YWD 921  [n.d.]

Copy of the will of John Lee of Sheffield, barber-chirurgeon  YWD 921/1  21 November, 1706

Contents:
Wife Hannah, son Thomas, brother Jonathan Lee of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, gentleman

Lease  YWD 921/2  22 January, 1727

Contents:
John Lee of Sheffield, barber-chirurgeon, to William Brookes of the same, barber-chirurgeon. Two closes between Broad Lane and the way to Leavy Greave, Sheffield for fifteen years at £3 per annum

Lease and a counterpart (not endorsed)  YWD 921/3a-b  1763, 1766

Contents:
William Lee of Leeds to William Brookes of Sheffield, barber. Two closes near Sheffield, for twenty-one years at £6 per annum. 19 September, 1763. Endorsed with an assignment of the lease to Thomas Bland of Sheffield by William Staughton of Manchester, husband of Ann daughter of William Brookes, for £5. 5. 0d. 18 December, 1768. A second endorsement: Thomas Bland of Wadsley, Yorkshire, merchant, to Joseph Antt of Sheffield, for £42.
7 October, 1776

Copy of the will of Thomas Lee of Leeds  YWD 921/4  21 January, 1769

Contents:
Wife Margaret, sons Thomas and Richard, property in Leeds (and Sheffield, mentioned but not described)

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 921/5a-b  7, 8 January, 1777

Contents:
Richard Lee of Leeds, merchant, Jane his wife and Margaret his mother, to Joseph Antt of Sheffield, merchant. The three Brook Hills, for £700

Two releases of legacies and trusts  YWD 921/6-7  1783, 1801

Contents:
By Simon Hoyland and the heirs (mostly Spooners) of John Hoyland late of Sheffield, gentleman, (will, 1783), to Joseph Antt and Joseph Parlebien Antt, merchants. 17 June, 1791, and to Joseph Parlebien Antt (Joseph being dead), 2 March, 1801

Conveyance  YWD 921/8  30 March, 1802

Contents:
Benjamin Newton the younger of London, grocer (eldest son of Elizabeth Newton, late wife of Benjamin Newton of Sheffield, butcher, one of the daughters of Benjamin Newton of Brushes in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, and sister of John Nutt Newton late of Brush House, deceased, yeoman), to Joseph Parlebien Antt of Sheffield, merchant. The Common Piece, awarded from the common at Brushes by the Commissioners of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire Enclosure

Lands in Darnall, Sheffield and Derbyshire  YWD 923  [n.d.]

Assignment  YWD 923/1  1 June, 1766

Contents:
John Hirst of Clough in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, to Walter Oborne of Sheffield, gentleman, Joseph Clay of Bridgehouses in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman and Jonathan Smith of Ravenfield, yeoman. All the coal still ungot after his use of a grant of rights to dig minerals in the Leylands, the Horner Croft and Horner Garden in Darnall, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield made to him in 1754 by Ann Swift (on behalf of herself and her niece Elizabeth Dickson, Elizabeth Thompson and Sarah Dickson)

Will of John Deakin of Attercliffe, Sheffield  YWD 923/2  1775

Contents:
Proved, 13 January, 1776. Nine children; no wife mentioned; sons John of Attercliffe, Sheffield and Joseph of Tinsley executors

Papers of the executors of John Deakin, and some later members of the family, and the will of John Needham, John Deakin's brother-in-law  YWD 923/3  n.d

Mortgage  YWD 923/4  1 June, 1778

Contents:
Jonathan Smith of Ravenfield, Yorkshire gentleman to Samuel Walker of Masbrough in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire. Four messuages, a shop and several closes in Darnall, Sheffield (all purchased of John Wadsworth) for £200

Assignment of mortgage of property in Darnall, Sheffield  YWD 923/5  16 January, 1783

Contents:
By 4 sons of Samuel Walker to John Walker of Masbrough

Assignment of mortgage of property in Darnall, Sheffield  YWD 923/6  25 January, 1783

Contents:
By John Walker to Robert Robinson of Skipton, tailor

Agreement  YWD 923/7  24 June, 1779

Contents:
Ann Wainwright of Attercliffe, Sheffield, widow, agrees to grant rights to mine coal in the Croft, the Meadow and the Ore Land in Darnall, Sheffield to Mary Oborne of Ravenfield, widow, Joseph Clare of Bridgehouses in Sheffield, and Jonathan Smith of Ravenfield

Will and probate of Jonathan Smith of Ravenfield, gentleman  YWD 923/8  1785-1787

Contents:
Long and quite interesting will. Wife Mary almost sole beneficiary, no children mentioned; executors, business friends; mentions business activities. 7 May, 1785. Proved, 7 March, 1787

Reconveyance  YWD 923/9  7 February, 1787

Contents:
Robert Robinson of Skipton to Francis Armitage of Conisbrough, Joseph Deakin of Tinsley, and John Chambers of Warmsworth, executors of the will of Jonathan Smith. The property at Darnall, Sheffield, for £200

Agreement to sell  YWD 923/10  8 February, 1793

Contents:
Samuel Shore the younger of Norton Hall, Derbyshire esquire, to Joseph Clay of Bridgehouses and Joseph Deakin of Tinsley. The timber in Park Wood at Norton, with reservation of certain marked trees and provision for payment at intervals of years

Assignment of lease  YWD 923/11  1816, 1836

Contents:
William Proctor of Sheffield, optician, with the consent of Sir Montague Roger Burgoyne of Sutton Park, Bedfordshire, Dame Catherine his wife, and John Foljambe of Wakefield, his agent, to James and Thomas Deakin of Sheffield, merchant. A newly erected grinding wheel in the township of Loxley, Sheffield, on the north side of the River Loxley, Sheffield, for the remainder of the term of his own lease from Sir Montague.
18 October, 1816. With an endorsement that "this lease expired and we gave it up after losing 15 to 1600 £" and containing letter from John Foljambe, 1836

Release, and covenant to levy a fine  YWD 923/12  2 May, 1761

Contents:
Thomas Hadfield of Eyam, Derbyshire, yeoman (son and heir of John Hadfield late of Grimesbrook in Edall, Derbyshire, deceased, who was son and heir of Thomas Hadfield of Brookhouse near Heyfield, Derbyshire, yeoman, by Mary, one of the sisters of Thomas Lowe of Edall, and others, all descended from Thomas Lowe or his relatives in Edale, Chapel-en-le-Frith and neighbourhood, Derbyshire (with much family detail), to Nicholas Kent and Arthur Greenwollers of Clifford's Inn, London. A messuage at Edall Head in the parish of Castleton, and closes called Little Lunes, Great Innerfield, Little Inner Field, the Over Thwart, the Tongue, the Two Meadows, the Paddock, the Mean Field, and the Ralphe Field, in Crowdenlee Booth, the Layfield, the Shawcross Croft, the New part of the Little Cow Hey, the Great Cow Hey, the Edall Head Moss and Sheepwalk, and a moiety of the Brank, and six closes called the Whitmoreley Booth, with buildings, etc. described, in trust to uses; covenanting to levy a fine so that the property may be divided between Joseph Hadfield of Ollerbrooke in Castleton, George Hadfield, and Samuel Hadfield, both of Edall

Conveyance  YWD 923/13  20 November, 1778

Contents:
William Auckland of Boarwallis, Yorkshire, gentleman, to May Bowden of Barlebrough, Derbyshire, widow. Estate in Edale and land in Barlbrough, Derbyshire for which she provided the money when they were mortgaged by Samuel Hadfield of Wigtwizzle in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire and parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, and Grace his wife, and Joseph Hadfield of the same and Mary his wife, to William Auckland

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 923/14a-b  2, 3 June, 1797

Contents:
James Bowden of Barlborough, Derbyshire, esquire (devisee of the late Mary Bowden), to John Read of Norton, Derbyshire, esquire, Samuel Marshall of Sheffield, ironmonger, and John Read of Sheffield, linen draper. Land in Edale (Derbyshire) for £700

Assignment of mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 923/15a-b  23, 24 January, 1804

Contents:
James Bowden of Barlborough, Derbyshire, esquire, with the consent of his mortgagees, to Peter Skidmore of Tideswell, Derbyshire, maker of stockings.
Estate at Edale Head and land in Barlborough, (Derbyshire) for the £700 still owing

Conveyance in trust (lease and release)  YWD 923/16a-b  24, 25 March, 1814

Contents:
Bache Thornhill of Stanton, Derbyshire, esquire, and Henry Bache Thornhill his son and heir, to William and George Ronksley of Rivelinside, farmers. A messuage in Thornhill Carr, and closes called the Over Broad Eye, the Nether Broad Eye and the Cote Pingle, to uses

Abstract of title  YWD 923/17  1917

Contents:
Of Francis Hugh Ronksley and his trustees to Carbottom Farm, Ashopton, (Derbyshire) agreed to be sold to Henry Bennett, beginning 1914

Conveyance  YWD 923/18  25 October, 1921

Contents:
The Derbyshire County Council to A. H. Moss and P. J. S. Smith. Land including Wall Yard Farm, with a note on the rights of the Duchy of Lancaster

Several other deeds, mortgages and conveyances of Ronksley lands  YWD 923/19  1917-1930

Abstract of title  YWD 926/1-4  1827-1878

Contents:
Of Edward Atkin to freehold ground rents in Glossop Road, Sheffield, 1878; conveyance by Edward Atkin of Sheffield, gentleman, to the Rev. George Alderson, Vicar of Hornby, Yorkshire, of properties in Pitt Street, Regent Square, and Regent Lane, Sheffield 13 June, 1878. Endorsed with a note 16 May, 1888, and signed Charles Macro Wilson (surviving executor of the Rev. George Alderson) that part of the land had been sold on 14 May, 1888 to John Marshall of Sheffield, merchant; copy of a conveyance by Sir John Brown (reciting a deed of 1827 from Hugh Cheney to Samuel, James and Roger Brown, slaters, of land in Regent Lane, Sheffield; copy of the will of Mrs. Sarah Atkin, 1845

Land at Bridge houses, Sheffield  YWD 927  [n.d.]

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 927/1  3 November, 1812

Contents:
Martin Goddard of Cliffe Field in parish of Norton, Derbyshire scythesmith, to George Hawksley of Owlerton in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, mill-wright. Land in Bridgehouses, bought from William Gregory, builder, for £700

Assignment of lease  YWD 927/2  24 June, 1822

Contents:
Nathan Whitehead of Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield, table knife cutler, John Walton of Sheffield, filesmith and Ann his wife and Elizabeth Whitehead, to Charles Rolleson Street, factor. A piece of the Croft in Bridgehouses let by William Rooke to William Woodcock in 1789 and afterwards vested in the Whiteheads for the rest of the terms for £118. 13. 0

Mortgage  YWD 927/3  15 November, 1834

Contents:
Charles Rolleson Street and others to the four Misses Alderson of Harthill. Part of a croft in Bridgehouses for £260

Copy Conveyance  YWD 927/4  24 and 25 September, 1835

Contents:
John Atkin of Sheffield but now of Manchester, gentleman, to Henry Atkin of Sheffield, merchants' clerk. Several pieces of ground formerly part of the Croft in Bridgehouses, reciting his interest and title back to Dalby Rollinson, and subject to leases

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 928a-b  1756, 1789

Contents:
Charles Downes of Gray's Inn, Middlesex esquire, (son and heir of Charles Downes late of Manchester, Lancashire deceased) to Henry Tudor of Sheffield, merchant; Sarah Downes his mother and John Calverley of Leeds and Mary his wife (the survivor of Downes' other children) being parties. An allotment of Little Sheffield Moor at the corner of Porter Lane and a street intended to be called Hereford Street, for £38. 23 and 24 June, 1789. The deed quotes the Downes' marriage settlement, 1756, with a full description of the estate at Machon Bank, Whirlow and Little Common

Marriage settlement  YWD 930  26 November, 1834

Contents:
Jonathan Alderson the younger of Harthill and Miss Isabella Newsam of Bedale, Yorkshire, daughter of the Rev. William Newsam, deceased. The trustees are the Rev. James Newsam of Sharo, Yorkshire, James Robson of Crakehall, Yorkshire, esquire, James Wilson of High Field House near Sheffield, gentleman, and the Rev. George Alderson of Hornby, Yorkshire. The lands mentioned are in Kirby Ravensworth and Middleham

Will and probate of Edward Atkin of Old Priory Grounds, Sharrow, Sheffield  YWD 931  1 November, 1878

Contents:
Codicil 21 November, 1878; died 3 December, 1878; proved 23 December, 1878.
With some executors' papers

Agreement and counterpart  YWD 934a-b  17 December, 1898

Contents:
Charles Edward Nixon of St. Wulfran's Works, in the city of Sheffield, electro-plate manufacturer, agrees to sell his business to Arthur Robert Ellin and Joseph Merrill, of Sylvester Works, Sylvester Street, Sheffield merchants and manufacturers; with conditions

Bennett wheel and Ellin Street, Sheffield  YWD 965  [n.d.]

Assignment of lease  YWD 965/1  6 January, 1800

Contents:
Frances Bennett, widow, [of whom] to George Bennett, her son. A cutler's grinding wheel on the Porter Brook, for the remainder of the lease from the trustees of the Duke of Norfolk [in which it was called Little Sheffield Moor Wheel] dated 1 May, 1782

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 965/2a-b  1803

Contents:
Thomas Wybergh of Clifton Hall, Westmoreland and Vincent Henry Eyre of Sheffield, esquire, trustees for the settled estates of Charles, Duke of Norfolk to George Bennett of Sheffield, gentleman. Cutler's grinding wheel on the Porter Brook called Bennett Wheel with land in Hereford street, Sheffield for £450. 18 August, 1803. Nice little map

Abstracts of title of George Rock to Bennett Wheel, Sheffield  YWD 965/3  1782-1831

Contents:
1823 - one begins 1803 with a sale from the Duke of Norfolk in 1782 of the "Little Sheffield Moor Wheel" to George Bennett.
1831 - one begins 1782 with a sale to Frances Bennett.
Both end with the purchase by George Rock

Mortgages, Surrenders of term, etc  YWD 965/4  1821, 1823

Contents:
Bennett to Rock, 1821; Rock and his trustees to Brookfield, 1821; Bennett to Rock, 1823

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 965/5a-b  4, 5 December, 1823

Contents:
George Rock, late of Sheffield, but now of Paddington Green, Middlesex gentleman, and his trustee to Samuel Newbould of Sheffield, merchant. Piece of ground in South Street, Sheffield near the River Porter for £180

Conveyance  YWD 965/6  1823, 1831

Contents:
George Rock late of Sheffield but now of Delaney Place, Camden Town, Middlesex gentleman, to Thomas Ellin of Sheffield, table knife manufacturer. A cutler's grinding wheel on the River Porter called Bennett Wheel, with parcels of ground as far as Hereford Street, Sheffield for £1,055; Charles Brookfield of Sheffield, gentleman, being party as trustee named in a deed of 1823. 11 August, 1831.
With a deed of trust, same date, setting out the interests of other members of the Ellin family

Agreement  YWD 965/7  8 March, 1832

Contents:
Samuel Newbould of Sheffield, merchant, agrees to convey to Thomas Ellin, Edward Ingall, Thomas Ellin the younger, William Ellin and Joseph Ellin, co-partners in cutlery manufacture, a piece of his garden near the River Porter, Sheffield in which the Ellins propose to build a dwelling house. With map

Conveyance  YWD 965/8  28 March, 1848

Contents:
John Newbould late of Sheffield but now of Bramhope Hall near Ottley, Yorkshire gentleman, Samuel Newbould of Sheffield, gentleman and Henry Newbould of the same, gentleman, to the devisees of Thomas Ellin late of Sheffield, manufacturer of cutlery, and William and Joseph Ellin. Land adjoining the Bennett Wheel, Sheffield for £150

Release  YWD 965/9  14 April, 1855

Contents:
The executors of the late John Newbould and other interested members of the Newbould family release the executors of the late Thomas Ellin and other interested members of the Ellin family from covenants regarding building etc

2 maps, letters from the Brunswick Chapel, Sheffield trustees and covenants about deeds  YWD 965/10  n.d

Sale poster  YWD 965/11  27 July, 1855

Contents:
Thomas Ellin's dwellinghouse, shortly to have a frontage to a new street [Ellin Street], Sheffield

Catcliffe Enclosure  YWD 967/1-4  1813-1814

Contents:
Commissioner's draft instructions.
Agreement to enclose: the owners of land agree to the terms of the enclosure and the appointment of Thomas Gee of Little Houghton in Darfield, Yorkshire as commissioner, and William Bingley of Woodhead in Darfield, Yorkshire as surveyor. 4 June, 1813.
Additional agreement to add Josh Maleham to the list of freeholders. 25 August, 1813.
The award (no map) 20 October, 1814

Counterpart Conveyance  YWD 974/1  25 July, 1853

Contents:
Edward Butcher of Sheffield, draper and Samuel Marsland of Broadbottom, Cheshire cotton spinner, trustees of John Cockayne of Sheffield, gardener, deceased, to Joseph Cockayne of Sheffield, butcher, his son. All the estate of John Cockayne, subject to the uses of his will (Hannah Shemeld, his daughter, and Samuel Cockayne still being entitled to certain rents and allowances)

Will of John Cockayne of Sheffield, gardener  YWD 974/2  19 August, 1815

Contents:
Proved 14 October, 1817.
Schedule of deeds relating to his estates in Gibraltar Street, Hawkes Storrs, Pea Croft, Radford Street, Sheffield

Papers of the Attercliffe, Sheffield Estate Company  YWD 976  1898

Contents:
Abstract of title from Benjamin Huntsman, 1898, with some leases and conveyances of small pieces, 1898

Property in Stannington, Yorkshire  YWD 982  [n.d.]

Mortgage  YWD 982/1  29 August, 1769

Contents:
Robert Wallace of Stannington, Yorkshire, linen-draper, and Sarah his wife, with their trustee Thomas Sikes of Sheffield, baker, to Isaac Shepherd of Greenhill in the parish of Norton, Derbyshire, tinplateworker. Two dwellings in Over Gate in Stannington, Yorkshire, and four cottages in Handmoor leased from the Duke of Norfolk, as security for a loan of £120; reciting the marriage settlement, Sarah then being Sarah Challenor, widow, and she having this property by the will of John Crapper of Stannington, Yorkshire

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 982/2  2 August, 1771

Contents:
Isaac Shepherd of Greenhill in the parish of Norton, Derbyshire, tinplate worker, Robert Wallace of Stannington, Yorkshire, linendraper, and Sarah his wife, and Thomas Sikes of Sheffield, baker, their trustee, to William Crapper of Stannington, Yorkshire, yeoman, and John Alsop of the same, blacksmith. Estate in Stannington, Yorkshire for £120 paid to Isaac Shepperd

Will of Edward Nichols the elder of Stannington, Yorkshire in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire and parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, cutler  YWD 982/3  21 October, 1790

Contents:
Sons Edward, John, George and Abram. Daughter Ann, wife of John Bramall and her illegitimate son Joseph Nicholls, for whom provision is made by the entrusting of Well Green House to James Ronksley. Wife Penelope. Houses in Stannington, Yorkshire; arrangements for his wife to have her own quarters in his dwelling and household goods listed

Paper concerning land and a capital messuage in Glossop Road  YWD 989  1837-1925

Contents:
Held on a lease from the Church Burgesses by Henry Longdon, of Sheffield, ironfounder, who assigned the lease to Lawrence Potts, 31 July, 1837; Potts assigned it to Robert Baxter, 20 October, 1840. The rest of the packet consists of papers relating to a suit between Foster and others (executors of the will of James Barker) versus Frost and others, about the trusts of Barker's will, dated 1878. 1925

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 993a-b  1, 2 January, 1817

Contents:
George Barnes of Sheffield, cutler, to Hugh Parker, William Shore, John Shore the younger and Ralph Blackelock, bankers. The Over End of a croft adjoining Campo Lane, and his dwellinghouse built on it, and the messuage adjoining, and part of the Pond Croft or Hawley Croft abutting on the lane leading from Campo Lane to West Bar Green, Sheffield as security for the repayment of £162. 3. 11. for which he stands indebted to the bank

Settlement  YWD 1011  17 May, 1800

Contents:
Elizabeth Brown of Wisewood, Yorkshire End in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, widow, assigns to her son Edward Brown of Owlerton (Sheffield) her eldest son, grinder, all the interest, monies, goods, chattels etc. named in the will of her late husband Edward Brown of Loxley, Sheffield (1795) to carry out the trusts named in it for herself and her other son John Brown

Tudor, Leader and Nicholson partnership  YWD 1013  [n.d.]

Articles of partnership  YWD 1013/1  16 March, 1773

Contents:
Henry Tudor of Sheffield, silver plater and Thomas Leader of the same, silver platter

Contract of employment  YWD 1013/2  9 July, 1777

Contents:
Henry Tudor and Thomas Leader engage Samuel Nicholson of Sheffield, rider and bookkeeper, as a rider and warehouseman, for five years at £84 a year and afterwards will accept him as partner

Marriage settlement. (lease and release)  YWD 1013/3a-b  3, 4 January, 1783

Contents:
Henry Tudor of Sheffield, merchant, and Elizabeth Rimington of Sheffield, spinster; the trustees are Gamaliel Milner of Attercliffe, Sheffield, esquire, and James Rimington of Sheffield, merchant. Three houses at the Upper End of New Street, and properties in Little Sheffield, to uses

Lease for a year  YWD 1013/4  23 March, 1784

Contents:
Mary Bowden of Barlborough, Derbyshire and others, to Henry Tudor. Land in Little Sheffield

Articles of partnership  YWD 1013/5  1 July, 1785

Contents:
Henry Tudor, Thomas Leader, Samuel Nicholson and Daniel Leader, as partners in silverplating, for 13½ years

Accounts for building  YWD 1013/6  February, 1787

Contents:
Stables and chaise house for Tudor and Leader - W. Fairbank

Dissolution of partnership  YWD 1013/7  15 January, 1793

Contents:
Carried on by Henry Tudor, Thomas Leader (now of Moor End in the parish of Broxstead, Essex), Samuel Nicholson and Daniel Leader, and reforming of articles to include Thomas Leader, junior

Dissolution of the partnership of 1793, and division of assets  YWD 1013/8  8 July, 1796

Assignment  YWD 1013/9  15 March, 1799

Contents:
Catherine Nicholson, widow of Samuel, to Henry Tudor. Her (formerly her husband's) share and interest in the agreement of 1796

Conveyance  YWD 1013/10  25 March, 1799

Contents:
Henry Tudor of Sheffield, silverplater, to John Shore of Sheffield, banker. All the stock in trade of his and the late Samuel Nicholson's business, as security for £3,630

Will and probate of Henry Tudor of Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1013/11  1804

Contents:
Proved 7 April, 1804

Lease, and counterpart  YWD 1018  1827, 1833

Contents:
Rowland Hodgson of Highfield in the parish of Sheffield, esquire, to Joseph Sheard of Sheffield, plasterer. A plot of ground in a new street called George Street in Little Sheffield, for 500 years at £8. 10. 9. 24 April, 1827.
Surrender of the rest of the term. Joseph Sheard to Rowland Hodgson. 31 May, 1833.
2 little maps, and a small bundle of letters

Lease  YWD 1023  11 January, 1881

Contents:
Thomas Edward Atkin of Priory Terrace, Sharrow, Sheffield, manufacturer, with his mortgagee Charles Macro Wilson, to Elizabeth Birks, widow, Henry Burrows, common brewer and Rawson Birks, common brewer, trading at the Lady's Bridge Brewery. A messuage or dwelling used as a public house and called The Bee Hive Hotel in West Street, Sheffield for five years at £200 a year

Power of attorney  YWD 1024  1814

Contents:
Henry Tudor of H.M. 65th Regiment of Foot, esquire, appoints John Rimington of Hillsborough near Sheffield and Rowland Hodgson of Highfield near Sheffield, his attornies to sell his real estate, to provide him with money for his own use. 18 July, 1814. Witnessed by William Senior and Charles Malin, of Greenwood, Cox & Co

Articles of partnership  YWD 1025  21 April, 1896

Contents:
Arthur Robert Ellin of the City of Sheffield, merchant and manufacturer, and Joseph Merrill of the same, merchant and manufacturer, to continue to carry on business together as cutlery merchants and manufacturers and makers of polishing pastes, under the style of Thomas Ellin & Co

Tapton Hill estate  YWD 1027  [n.d.]

Appointment and release  YWD 1027/1  6 April, 1826

Contents:
Philip Gell of Hopton, Derbyshire esquire, with the consent of John Cruso the younger of Leek, Staffordshire gentleman, to Joseph Hill Brailsford of Sheffield, upholsterer, and his trustee George Ridge of Sheffield, stationer. A piece of land in Nether Hallam, Sheffield the south part of the Endcliffe Meadow, to uses

Assignment of a term of 500 years  YWD 1027/2  1826

Contents:
Affecting all the Gell estates, to which Philip Gell, John Cruso, the elder, and J. H. Brailsford are parties along with John Jepson of Aul Hucknall, Derbyshire, reciting deeds back to a settlement by Barbara and William Jessop in 1696. 6 April, 1826. Badly decayed

Copy of Will of Joseph Allen of Longley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire  YWD 1028  1823, 1839

Contents:
Wife Ann (née Smith), brother-in-law William Smith of Cowley, Yorkshire and William Wilson of Cowley, Yorkshire. 24 September, 1823.
With opinion of a lawyer, the widow being now dead, and the proceeds of sales not having produced a sufficient sum to pay all the legacies. 25 November, 1839.
With later papers and family settlements, mainly of Huddersfield interest

Deakin Family  YWD 1029  [n.d.]

Will and probate of Samuel Deaken of Sheffield, merchant  YWD 1029/1  10 May, 1839

Contents:
But residing in Pisa in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany (Italy); and this copy of the original entered in the minute book of the Chancery of Pisa. 21 January, 1834; proved at York

Small book of letters to Italy  YWD 1029/2  1838-1840

Contents:
From James Deakin at Sheffield to his sister-in-law Samuel Deakin's widow, and to Richard Deakin, both in Italy. Deakin died 17 July, 1838 - letters from that date to January, 1840

Will and probate of Thomas Deakin of Sheffield, merchant  YWD 1029/3-10  1846-1860

Contents:
Trustees James Wilson of Sheffield, solicitor, John Newton Mappin of Sheffield, pearl cutter and brewer, and Samuel Scott Deakin, merchant, his nephew. 18 March, 1846. Died 26 August, 1849. Proved 7 November, 1849.
With a deed of disclaimer by Charles Frederick Younge as executor, suggested in a codicil of Thomas Deakin's will, 3 September, 1849; a release for a fifth of the estate by Hannah Deakin and others; four deeds appointing new trustees, 1850, 1852, 1856 and 1860; and related papers

Property in Kimberworth, Yorkshire and Sheffield  YWD 1032  [n.d.]

Deed to lead uses  YWD 1032/1  8 October, 1719

Contents:
Richard Kent the elder of Kimberworth, Yorkshire and Richard Kent of Dronfield, Derbyshire, his son, to Clement Rossington of Dronfield, Derbyshire, gentleman. Tushforth Close in Kimberworth, Yorkshire, the Little Close and lands in the Nether Field, to levy a fine

Assignment (lease and release)  YWD 1032/2a-b  14, 15 January, 1728

Contents:
Clement Rossington of Dronfield, Derbyshire, gentleman, with the consent of Richard Kent late of Dronfield, Derbyshire, butcher, (whose father Richard Kent made the present lease), to William Cutler of Kimberworth, Yorkshire, nayler, and John Cutler of the same, weaver. The Tushforth Close in Kimberworth, Yorkshire, and a little close, and lands in the Nether Field in Kimberworth, Yorkshire, for the rest of a term of five hundred years

Conveyance of the same by Richard Kent to William Cutler  YWD 1032/3  16 January, 1728

Mortgage  YWD 1032/4  8 December, 1804

Contents:
William Gregory of Sheffield, builder, to Martin Goddard of Cliffe Field in the parish of Norton, Derbyshire, scythe manufacturer. A piece of land in Bridgehouses, Sheffield for £300. With plan

Group of mortgages, and stray leases for a year  YWD 1032/5  1824-1832

Contents:
Concerning lands in the Gallow Tree Hill Field in Kimberworth, Yorkshire. The Walkers [of Masbrough, but now dispersed], to Samuel Kirk, Kirk to Olive Cawthorne, Kirk to Kirk, Kirk to the executors of George Hall

Covenant to levy a fine  YWD 1032/6  1 January, 1831

Contents:
Between Samuel Kirk of Kimberworth, Yorkshire and Mary his wife, née Fletcher, to William Simpson of Loversall, Yorkshire, gentleman, of lands in the town fields of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire

Land in Wadstey  YWD 1033  [n.d.]

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1033/1a-b  6 and 7 April, 1770

Contents:
Mary Carr of West Melton in the parish of Wath, Yorkshire, widow of Thomas Carr the elder, and Thomas Carr the younger of West Melton, tanner, her son, to George Woodhead of Sheffield, merchant. Narr Storth and Farr Storth (or Smooth Storth and Rough Storth) in Wadsley, Yorkshire, for £304. 15. 0

Deed to lead uses  YWD 1033/2  23 June, 1806

Contents:
Rowland Hodgson of Sheffield, merchant, and Harriet his wife (a daughter of Henry Tudor late of Sheffield, deceased), to Jacob Roberts of Sheffield, merchant. Their estate, for settlement

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1033/3a-b  29 and 30 April, 1812

Contents:
Thomas Garland of Nether Woodhall in the parish of Darfield, Yorkshire, to Rowland Hodgson of Highfield, merchant. Land in Wadsley, Yorkshire, for £560

Release and assignment  YWD 1033/4  23 June, 1812

Contents:
George Woodhead of Highfield to Rowland Hodgson of Highfield. Lands in Wadsley, Yorkshire, Sheffield, and Brampton Bierlow, to uses

Land in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire and Sheffield  YWD 1034  [n.d.]

Assignment and conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1034/1a-b  7 and 8 November, 1834

Contents:
Catherine Turner of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, widow, and others, to Rowland Hodgson of Highfield. Two allotments on Wisewood Common, Yorkshire, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire for £265; reciting deeds, and the interest of the family of Smith of Banner Cross, Sheffield, farmers

Conveyance  YWD 1034/2  1835, 1850

Contents:
The mortgagees of Charles Rollison Street to Wilson and Younge, 1835; and Wilson and Younge to William Hawksley, 1850. Land at Bridgehouses, Sheffield

Conveyance  YWD 1034/3  25 July, 1860

Contents:
William Hawksley of Pye Bank in the parish of Sheffield, to John Middleton Salisbury of Sheffield, druggist.
A piece of land at Bridgehouses, Sheffield for £900

Land at Brincliffe Edge, Sheffield  YWD 1035  [n.d.]

Will and probate of Stephen Fox of Prior Nabb in Sheffield  YWD 1035/1  27 April, 1701

Contents:
Proved, 21 June, 1701

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1035/2a-b  7, 8 January, 1720

Contents:
John Bright late of Banner Cross, Sheffield in Sheffield, but now of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, gentleman, one of the trustees of Stephen Fox of Prior Nabb, deceased, to William Battie of Sheffield, gentleman. The three Edge Closes and the two Saw Crofts at Brincliffe Edge, Sheffield for £280

Acknowledgment  YWD 1035/3  21 May, 1720

Contents:
William Battie of Sheffield, gentleman, declares that, in buying from John Bright late of Banner Cross, Sheffield in Sheffield but now of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, the three Edge Closes and the two Saw Crofts, at Brincliffe Edge, Sheffield he was only doing so on behalf of Abraham Ibbotson of Sheffield, gentleman

Copy of Power of attorney  YWD 1035/4  16 September, 1731

Contents:
Abraham Ibbotson of Arundell, Sussex gentleman, authorises William Battie of Sheffield, gentleman, to sell the three Edge Closes and the Saw Crofts at Brincliffe Edge, Sheffield in the occupation of Samuel Savidge

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1035/5a-b  21, 22 October, 1731

Contents:
William Battie of Sheffield, gentleman, to Thomas Young of Sheffield, mercer. The two Saw Crofts at Brincliffe Edge, Sheffield for £102. 2. 0

Will and probate of John Sharp  YWD 1036/1  1822, 1849

Contents:
Late surgeon to the 6th Royal Veteran Battalion, now residing at Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
20 April, 1820. Proved 13 September, 1822.
Copy of the will with a second probate and some papers addressed to Samuel Younge for the discharge of a few surviving duties, and trusts. 7 April, 1849

Will and probate of John Sharp of Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1036/2  1836, 1838

Contents:
Trust for Emma, niece of Edmund Wilson of Stumperlow near Sheffield. 3 May, 1836. Proved (by Samuel Younge the younger) 14 April, 1838

Younge family of Sheffield  YWD 1037  [n.d.]

Post-nuptial settlement  YWD 1037/1a-b  19 February, 1747

2 Copies

Contents:
John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, mercer, and Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas Young of Sheffield, gentleman, and William Hoole of Tinsley, yeoman. A messuage in Prior Row in Sheffield, and closes adjoining Little Sheffield Moor, to uses, concluding an agreement made with Samuel Staniforth of Darnall, Sheffield, gentleman, Elizabeth's father, before the marriage

Release  YWD 1037/2  18 July, 1807

Contents:
John Younge the elder of Sheffield, silverplater, and a number of relatives and relatives-in-law, release the estates of John Trevers Younge, deceased, of all legacies, dues and claims discharged by Samuel Younge and Charles Younge of Sheffield, merchants, his executors

Appointment  YWD 1037/3  16 February, 1747

Contents:
Samuel Staniforth of Darnall, Sheffield, gentleman, appoints £800 from a sum held by Cox Macro of Norton, Suffolk Doctor in Divinity, part of an inheritance of Alethea, formerly Macro, wife of Staniforth, to his eldest daughter Elizabeth, now wife of John Trevers Young

Bond  YWD 1037/4  1726, 1795

Contents:
Thomas Young of Sheffield, mercer, to Edward Young, of the same, shoemaker. £380, to pay him £9. 10. 0. a year and after his death the same sum to Rachel? appears to be spelt R?archaell. 2 February, 1725-6. Endorsed with a note that J. T. Younge extinguished the bond. 1795

Bond  YWD 1037/5  9 August, 1724

Contents:
Edward Young of Sheffield, shoemaker, bound to Job Ellis of Cowley, Yorkshire in Dronfield, Derbyshire in £200 to carry out settlements already agreed on (bequeathing 1/3 of his estate) when his daughter Rachel shall have married Job

Deed to lead uses  YWD 1037/6  1757

Contents:
John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, mercer, and Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas Young of Sheffield, Doctor in Physick. A messuage in Prior Row and closes near Little Sheffield Moor, to levy a fine to bar the entail. 1 January, 1757.
Also, the final concord. Hilary term, 1757

Will and probate of Thomas Younge of Sheffield, mercer  YWD 1037/7  1737

Contents:
To his wife, house and garden near Alsop Fields, and land at The Edge bought of Mr. Ibbotson (tenant William Shaw). Houses in the Market Place, estate at Over Little Sheffield, (purchased from Uncle Edward Y), other lands and premises in Farr Gate, Sheffield Moor, Chesterfield, Derbyshire and Stannington, Yorkshire, to sons and daughters. 3 May, 1737. Proved, 20 August, 1737

Articles agreed between John Trevers Young of Sheffield, mercer, and Samuel Staniforth of Darnall, Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1037/8  22 December, 1746

Contents:
To make a settlement after the marriage between J. T. Young and Elizabeth, Samuel Staniforth's eldest daughter

Property in Kirke Hammerton  YWD 1038  [n.d.]

Bargain and sale  YWD 1038/1  29 May, 1703

Contents:
William Hardcastle of Kirke Hammerton, Yorkshire yeoman, to Richard Hardcastle, his son and heir. A house, barne stall etc. in Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, and all the land he inherited from his father; and land belonging to Willoughbie's house, which he had bought from Robert Dickinson of Bilton, and half an acre in the northfield on a furshott called the Long Flatt; to his own use until his death and then to the use of Richard

Mortgage  YWD 1038/2  1740, 1764

Contents:
William Hardcastle of Whixley, Yorkshire, yeoman, to Francis Pennington of South Stainby, Yorkshire, yeoman.
Two cottages and a close called Savage Garth, in Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, for £60. 18 June, 1740. With bond.
Endorsed with a promise by Richard Hardcastle to pay the £40 still owing. 5 July, 1764

Bonds to repay bonus  YWD 1038/3  1743-1744

Contents:
William Hardcastle and Robert Manners of Whixley, husbandmen, to William Herrington of Thorp Underwoods. 24 January, 1743-4.
John Newby and Benjamin Hardcastle of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, yeomen, to William Hardcastle. 2 February. 1743-4

Mortgage  YWD 1038/4  1 April, 1755

Contents:
Mary Abbey of Helperby, Yorkshire, widow, Thomas Thornton of Helperby, yeoman, Alice his wife, and Mark Thornton of the same, yeoman, eldest son of Thomas and Alice and grandson of Mary, to Christopher Crofts of Little Cattal, Yorkshire, gentleman. Three acres scattered in the North Field, the West Field and the East Field of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, for £30

Assignment and release  YWD 1038/5  1722, 1755

Contents:
Francis Plummer of Wheatherby, Yorkshire, butcher, and Martha his wife, to Francis Pennington of Stainley Hall in Stainley, Yorkshire. £15, a legacy from Richard Hardcastle made 13 April, 1722, which should have been paid when Martha (William's sister) became 24. 18 June, 1755

Feoffment  YWD 1038/6  13 May, 1788; 1791, 1826

Contents:
William Webster of Bransby, Yorkshire, yeoman, eldest son, and executor of John Webster late of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, yeoman, deceased, to Joseph Pearson of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, yeoman.
The messuage at Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire now in Pearson's possession, for £30. 10. 0

Will of William Hardcastle of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, yeoman  YWD 1038/7  26 April, 1826

Contents:
Brothers James (older) and Richard (younger), father-in-law Inman. 1 February, 1791.
Endorsed with a note that it was registered at Wakefield

Feoffment  YWD 1038/8  17 June, 1790

Contents:
Joseph Pearson of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire yeoman, and Clara his wife, to William Hardcastle of the same, yeoman. A messuage in Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire formerly in his possession but now in William Hardcastle's, for £108, with covenant to levy a fine

Conveyance and mortgage  YWD 1038/9  19 October, 1798

Contents:
Richard Hargreave of Harewood, Yorkshire, gentleman, and Elizabeth his wife, to Richard Hardcastle of Kirkhammerton, Yorkshire, yeoman. A messuage in Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire formerly in the possession of Joseph Pearson and three closes for £660; of which £300 has been paid by William Dickinson of Lofthouse Hill, Yorkshire yeoman, party to the deed, with trusts for repayment; Ann Water of Harewood, widow and executor of Richard Water, being a trustee

Birks family of Sheffield  YWD 1039  [n.d.]

Abstract of title to Birks' land in Norfolk Street, Sheffield  YWD 1039/1  1819

Counterpart of lease  YWD 1039/2  29 May, 1783

Contents:
The Trustees of Charles Howard, Earl of Surrey, and Henry Howard formerly of Sheffield but now of Glossop, to William Birks and John Birks of Sheffield, razor smiths. A piece of land in Norfolk Street, Sheffield (part of the "Coach and Six" land) and buildings on it, for 99 years at £4 a year

Assignment  YWD 1039/3  30 June, 1790

Contents:
William Birks and John Birks, both of Sheffield, cutlers, to Louisa Birks of Sheffield, spinster. A messuage and land in Worrall, Yorkshire near Oughtibridge, Sheffield for the term of recited mortgages from a family of Milns

Mortgage  YWD 1039/4-5  14 July, 1810; 1806, 1810

Contents:
Louisa Birks of Sheffield, spinster, to Joseph Royle of the same, silverplater. Land in Scargell Knowle near West Bar, Sheffield formerly demised by Edmund Lambert of Manchester, linendraper, to Henry Birks; for £250. 19 September, 1806.
With reconveyance, money being paid by a separate deed

Wills and administrations  YWD 1039/6  1778-1827

Contents:
Louisa Birks, 4 November, 1825; proved 1827.
(Copy) William Birks, 16 February, 1805; proved 1813.
Administration of John Birks, to his brother William, 15 December, 1804.
Administration of William Spencer late of Lidgate in the parish of Sheffield, to Ann Birks his sister-in-law.
8 December, 1778.
With executors' papers of various dates

Property in Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire  YWD 1040  [n.d.]

Mortgage  YWD 1040/1  1755-1965

Contents:
Mary Abbey of Helperby, Yorkshire widow, Alice Thornton of the same, widow of Thomas Thornton late of the same, yeoman, and Mark Thornton, her son and Mary Abbey's grandson, to Christopher Crofts of Little Cottal, Yorkshire gentleman. Six acres scattered in the East Field, West Field, North Field and Little Field in Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, for £70, which added to the mortgage of other acres in these fields on 1 April, 1755, provides security for the full sum of £100 (the interest having been paid).
1 April, 1756.
Endorsed with a note on further borrowing, and the position with regard to repayment. 28 February, 1765

Assignment  YWD 1040/2  15 December, 1756

Contents:
Jelian Herrington of Thorpe Underwood, Yorkshire widow, and George Ward of the same, yeoman, to Francis Pennington of Stainley, Yorkshire, yeoman. A bond entered into by William Hardcastle and Robert Manners to William Herrington, deceased, Jelian's late husband, for £42

Release for legacy of £15, by Benjamin Hardcastle to Francis Pennington  YWD 1040/3  28 May, 1757

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1040/4a-c  1774

Contents:
Richard Wardle of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire gentleman and Elizabeth his wife, and his mortgagees, to Richard Hargreave of Harwood, gentleman. The Wood Field and the Mill Ings in Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, for £380 paid to the Rev. Richard Thompson of Kirk Deighton, Yorkshire.
24 and 25 March, 1774. With final concord for the transaction. 15 days of St. Martin.
15 George III

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1040/5a-b  4 September, 1759

Contents:
Robert Thompson of Harwood, Yorkshire husbandman and Ann, his wife, and Mary Robinson of Harwood, spinster (2 daughters of Robert Robinson late of Harwood, blacksmith) to Richard Hargreave of Harwood, cooper. Two third parts of a cottage and land in Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, for £105

Assignment of mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 1040/6a-b  24, 25 March, 1762

Contents:
Samuel Skelton of Gray's Inn, Middlesex gentleman, and William Brookes of York, gentleman, his trustee, to Richard Wardle of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire yeoman.
A messuage in Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire and various pieces of land, for the remainder of a mortgage made by Francis Fretwell of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire gentleman, to John Kilvington of York, esquire; who had assigned it, the money not having been paid, to William Skelton, now deceased, Samuel's brother; for £230

Note from the Commissioners of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire enclosure to Richard Hardcastle  YWD 1040/7  19 August, 1768

Contents:
Naming £8. 7. 0. as his share of the expenses of the enclosure

Copy of the Will of Richard Hardcastle of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, yeoman  YWD 1040/8  15 February, 1771

Contents:
Sons James and William, wife Hannah

Will and probate of Richard Hardcastle of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire  YWD 1040/9  15 February, 1771

Contents:
Proved 30 May, 1773

Grant  YWD 1040/10  8 January, 1781

Contents:
Clara Newby of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire grants to her son John Webster of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, to his use after her death, the freehold messuage in which she now dwells, and the Savage Garth

Will and probate of John Webster of Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire, yeoman  YWD 1040/11  1781

Contents:
Daughter Clara Pearson, mother Clara Newby, wife Ellen.
18 January, 1781. Proved 5 June, 1781

Receipt  YWD 1040/12  23 July, 1783

Contents:
Signed Francis Pennington for £60 for monies owing on a mortgage made by William Inman to Francis Pennington his late father

Conveyance in trust  YWD 1042/1  24, 25 January, 1816

Contents:
William Burgoyne Fernell of Spring House, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, to Rowland Hodgson of Highfield in Sheffield, esquire and Joseph Wreaks of Sheffield, merchant. Land and premises in Bermondsey, Berkshire, Hasland, Derbyshire, Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Spring House), Eckington, Derbyshire (Chernock Hall) and many smaller properties in Sheffield, to dispose of to pay his debts

Conveyance  YWD 1042/2  6 February, 1817

Contents:
Rowland Hodgson of Highfield in Sheffield, esquire and Joseph Wreaks of Sheffield, merchant, to George Tudor of Greville Street, Hatton Garden, Middlesex, esquire (who attained the age of twenty-one in 1813). His share of the property in Eckington, Derbyshire and Little Sheffield bequeathed by his father Henry Tudor late of Sheffield (died 1803); allowing also for the share according to her father's will of Henry's daughter Charlotte now wife of William Burgoyne Fernell of Spring House, Chesterfield, Derbyshire

Younge family of Sheffield  YWD 1043  [n.d.]

Copy of the will of John Trevers Younge and codicil  YWD 1043/1  1802, 1805

Contents:
Information about his dwelling and works in Union Street, Sheffield.
25 June, 1802; Codicil 30 November, 1805

Will and probate of John Trevers Younge. Proved  YWD 1043/2  22 August, 1807

Release  YWD 1043/3  25 October, 1810

Contents:
Mary, Widow of John Younge, and others, declare themselves satisfied with the payment of five legacies and their share of a legacy originating from the will of John Trevers Younge

Release of a legacy of £500  YWD 1043/4  12 April, 1825

Contents:
Given to the children of John Younge in the codicil of the will of J. T. Young - with a long description of bankruptcies and deaths

Release of several legacies under the will of J. T. Younge  YWD 1043/5  24 February, 1826

Will and probate of Mary Younge of the Hedge (sic) spinster  YWD 1043/6  1817, 1828

Contents:
(Daughter of J. T. Younge). 7 April, 1817.
Proved 8 July, 1828

Quitclaim  YWD 1043/7  22 April, 1843

Contents:
The 4 children of George Rodgers late of Sheffield, merchant and cutler, and his widow, quitclaim to Samuel Younge of Sheffield, solicitor, all right and title in an estate at Brincliffe Edge and Archer House Farm. George Rodgers had agreed to purchase but died before the final deed of sale.
With an abstract of George Rodgers' will, the original agreement to buy and sell, and some letters

Building lease, and counterpart  YWD 1046  5 April, 1832

Contents:
Samuel Younge of Sheffield, merchant, to John Burton of the same, builder. Land at the corner of Eldon Street and Milton Street, Sheffield for 800 years at £15 a year, on condition he built on it three good messuages.
Endorsed: This land was resumed by Samuel Younge [junior], who afterwards gave it as a site for the church in Eldon Street

Abstract of title  YWD 1047/1  1830

Contents:
Of the Rev. Joseph Bowden and Miss Mary Bowden to several closes of land called the Gill Carrs, in the parish of Sheffield

Deed of exchange  YWD 1047/2  21 December, 1830

Contents:
Samuel Younge and Charles Younge of Sheffield, silverplaters, to the Twelve Capital Burgesses and Commonwalty of the town and parish of Sheffield, and the Burgesses to them: Land on each side of Eldon Street, Sheffield for its making

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1047/3a-b  30, 31 December, 1830

Contents:
The Rev. Joseph Bowden of Sedgley Park in the parish of Sedgeley, Staffordshire clerk, and Mary Bowden of Radford in the parish of Enstone, Oxon, spinster. A piece of land at the corner of Bowden Street and Wellington Street, part of the Gill Carrs, Sheffield for £250

Lease for a year  YWD 1048/1  3 February, 1791

Contents:
William Harrison of Orgreave in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, esquire, William Harrison the younger, clerk, his eldest son by Elizabeth his deceased wife, who was granddaughter and heir at Law of Edmund Swift of Darnall, Sheffield, and Thomas Harrison of Rotherham, Yorkshire, gentleman, to John Porter of Sheffield, grocer. The Hollinhurst, the Pellitt Sick and the Far Park Field in Darnall, Sheffield

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 1048/2a-b  1815, 1829

Contents:
William Burgoyne Fernell, esquire, of Spring House, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, and Charlotte (née Tudor), his wife, to John Rimington of Hillsborough, Rowland Hodgson of Sheffield, esquire, and W. B. Thomas of Chesterfield, Derbyshire. His estate in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, Sheffield and elsewhere (in much detail) for £5,000. 28 and 29 August, 1815.
Endorsed: This deed was covenanted to be produced by Mr. Rowland Hodgson as part of the title to the Charnock Hall estate sold to Jonathan Rhodes in 1829

Will and probate of Mrs. Georgiana Alderson, widow  YWD 1048/3  11 September, 1880

Contents:
Proved 20 May, 1882. (Died at Cheltenham, 7 February, 1882).
And executors' papers

Marriage settlement (lease and release)  YWD 1049/1a-b  6, 7 February, 1812

Contents:
William Burgoyne Fernell, esquire, and Charlotte Tudor. Trustees, John Rimington, Rowland Hodgson, and W. B. Thomas

Lease  YWD 1049/2  18 July, 1832

Contents:
Rowland Hodgson of Highfield, esquire, to John Singleton of Sheffield, timber merchant. Land at the corner of Arundel Street and Sycamore Street in Sheffield, for eleven years at £50 per annum

Assignment of lease  YWD 1049/3  5 December, 1835

Contents:
John Singleton to John Teasdale and George Atkinson Swales of Sheffield, timber merchants. Land at Arundel Street and Sycamore Street, Sheffield

Mortgage by Teasdale and Swales to John Singleton  YWD 1049/4  5 December, 1835

Contents:
Land at Arundel Street and Sycamore Street, Sheffield

Covenant  YWD 1049/5  31 March, 1840

Contents:
Hugh Parker of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield covenants with the trustees of Rowland Hodgson's will to produce title deeds to land in Sheffield

Will and probate of John Sharp of Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1049/6  1836, 1840

Contents:
Samuel Younge, executor. 3 May, 1836; proved, 7 April, 1840

Special probate of the will of Rowland Hodgson of Highfield near Sheffield  YWD 1049/7  3 January, 1837

Contents:
Proved 23 February, 1837; special probate 7 December, 1841

Land in Union Street, Sheffield  YWD 1050  [n.d.]

Lease  YWD 1050/1  1 March, 1781

Contents:
The Trustees of the Sheffield estate of the late Edward, Duke of Norfolk, to Edmund Greaves of Sheffield, silversmith. A piece of land in Union Street or Norfolk Street, part of the Alsop Fields, Sheffield for 96 years at a yearly rent of £9. 5. 0

Assignment of lease  YWD 1050/2  9 May, 1788

Contents:
Edmund Greaves of Sheffield, silver smith, to John Trevers Younge of the same, silversmith. Piece of land on the southeast side of Norfolk Street next to Charles Street (newly made), Sheffield for the remainder of the 1781 lease

Copy of a conveyance  YWD 1050/3  1802, 1805

Contents:
By the Trustees of the Sheffield estates of the late Edward Duke of Norfolk to Adamson Parker of Sheffield, gentleman, and John Shearwood of Sheffield, gentleman. Many pieces of land near the Moor, Sheffield including the piece in Union Street let to J. T. Younge, for £831. 2. 0. (each to have a moiety), subject to existing leases. 3 December, 1805.
And a copy of the Act of Parliament investing the estates in the trustees, 1802.
Receipt for the money paid into the bank

Conveyances  YWD 1050/4  16 July, 1806

Contents:
Adamson Parker and John Shearwood to Samuel and Charles Younge, merchants. The property in Union Street, Sheffield in two pieces with provisions for inheritance, for £96 (paid by Samuel) and £192 (paid by Charles)

Abstract of title  YWD 1050/5  1826

Contents:
Of Samuel and Charles Younge to land on the south side of Union Street (formerly part of Alsop Fields), Sheffield

Conveyance to uses (lease and release)  YWD 1050/6a-b  7, 8 October, 1830

Contents:
Samuel and Charles Younge to Edmund Wilson of Stumperlow.
The property as above, in trust for the extinguishing of the lease

Building lease  YWD 1050/7  13 November, 1831

Contents:
Samuel Younge of Sheffield, merchant, to James Harrison of Sheffield, builder. The property as above in Union Street and Charles Street, Sheffield for 800 years at £29 a year on condition that he builds on it. Map and specimen elevation

Hadfield family of Sheffield  YWD 1051  [n.d.]

Building lease  YWD 1051/1  1 February, 1793

Contents:
John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, merchant, to Edward Shittlehouse and Benjamin Hadfield of Sheffield, carpenters and co-partners. Parcels of land in Little Sheffield (with map) bounded by intended streets - Moor Street, Younge Street, Bishop Street - for 102 years at £20.2.7½. a year, and, after three years, £31. 17. 3.; with provisions for the proper making of roads, etc. by the builders

Certificate of redemption of land tax on part of the Moor Street property  YWD 1051/2  11 June, 1800

Contents:
With a plan of an ancient watercourse down Younge Street, Sheffield

Assignments  YWD 1051/3-6  1849, 1857

Contents:
George Hadfield to Joseph Hadfield. 7 July, 1849.
Robert Hadfield to William Winsworth Brown and Miss Margaret Hadfield. 10 July, 1857.
Mortgage.
W. W. Brown and Miss Hadfield to William Smith, junior. 10 July, 1857.
William Smith to Samuel Younge. 30 December, 1865

Assignment of lease  YWD 1051/7  20 December, 1799

Contents:
Benjamin Hadfield (by virtue of an assignment (in packet YWD 1052) to him from Edward Spittlehouse) to Robert Hadfield

Land in Bishop Street/Green Street, Sheffield  YWD 1052  [n.d.]

Lease  YWD 1052/1-2  1790

Contents:
John Trevers Younge to William Smith of Sheffield, turner; Land in Bishop Street, Sheffield with plan. 24 July 1790.
Assignment.
William Smith of Sheffield, woodturner, to Joseph Fawley late of Grenoside, Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire but now of Nab End in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman. Land in Bishop Street let to him by John Trevers Younge in 1790, for the remainder of the lease. 17 August, 1790

Assigned by Fawley and Smith to Thorndill  YWD 1052/3  7 August, 1793

Mortgage  YWD 1052/4-5  1795

Contents:
George Thorndill of Sheffield, poulterer, to Thomas Pearson of the same, liquor merchant. A piece of land in Bishop Street, Sheffield let in 1790 (then next to Francis Fenton's cottage) by John Trevers Younge to William Smith, who assigned the lease to Thorndill; as security for £500. 10 February, 1795. With a bond for repayment, of £580, same date

Dissolution of partnership  YWD 1052/6  1793

Contents:
Edward Spittlehouse of Sheffield, builder and carpenter, in dissolving partnership with Benjamin Hadfield, assigns to him his share in the property; and Benjamin and Robert Hadfield become bound to John Trevers Younge to keep the covenants of a lease made to Spittlehouse and Hadfield on 1 February

Lease  YWD 1052/7  28 February, 1797

Contents:
Benjamin and Robert Hadfield, with the consent of John Trevers Younge, to George Thornd[i]ll of Sheffield, poulterer. A piece of ground in Green Street, Little Sheffield, partly built on, for 96 years at a yearly rent of £1.9.10

Surrender  YWD 1052/8  8 August, 1807

Contents:
Robert Hadfield of Sheffield, merchant, now the sole possessor of the lease of 1793, surrenders the land, except for the pieces let to George Thorndill and William Smith, to Samuel and Charles Younge

Assignment  YWD 1052/9  14 January 1815

Contents:
George Thorndill to Thomas Pierson of Sheffield, stationer. Land in Green Street, Sheffield as security for a loan of £80

Administration of the will of Ann Armitage of Sheffield  YWD 1052/10  22 February, 1836

Contents:
Granted to her husband Benjamin Armitage

Mortgage  YWD 1052/11  1836-1840

Contents:
Benjamin Armitage of Sheffield, victualler, to George Wright of North Anston, Yorkshire, esquire. The land at Little Sheffield let by J. T. Younge to William Smith, for £600. 22 April, 1836.
Further charges of £50 and £120, the same to the same, 19 July, 1838 and 19 May, 1840

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 1052/12  20 June, 1845

Contents:
George Wright of North Anston, Yorkshire esquire, with Benjamin Armitage of West Street, Sheffield, innkeeper, to the Rev. John Haigh of Huddersfield. The land in Bishop Street, Sheffield let by J. T. Younge to William Smith, for £820

Surrender  YWD 1052/13  25 April, 1866

Contents:
The Rev. John Haigh of Shirley, Hants. to John Royle of Sheffield, silverplater and Samuel Younge of Sheffield, gentleman. Land in Bishop Street (Green Street) Sheffield and 22 houses now built on it, reciting deeds back to 1790

Land at Union Street and Union Lane, Sheffield  YWD 1053  [n.d.]

Lease  YWD 1053/1  9 Oct. 1830

Contents:
Samuel Younge and Charles Younge of Sheffield, merchants, to William Cocking of Sheffield, joiner. Land in Union Street backing on Union Lane, Sheffield with the buildings, for 800 years at a yearly rent of £22. 6. 8. Plan and neat drawing of a building

Building Lease  YWD 1053/2  13 November, 1831

Contents:
Samuel Younge to James Harrison. The property as above in Union Street and Charles Street, Sheffield With elevation

Mortgage  YWD 1053/3  28 May, 1831

Contents:
William Cocking of Sheffield, cabinet maker, to Mary Williamson of Sheffield, widow. Land at Union Street and Union Lane, Sheffield, for £550

Assignment  YWD 1053/4-5  1832, 1833

Contents:
James Harrison to John Lindley, gardener. Land at Union Street and Union Lane, Sheffield, as security for £320. 19 April 1832.
With further charge of £250. 27 August 1833

Assignment of lease  YWD 1053/6  3 July 1835

Contents:
William Cocking, cabinet maker, to Abraham Howe of Sheffield, cooper. Land at Union Street and Union Lane, Sheffield, for the remainder of the term, for £300

Surrender  YWD 1053/7  21 August 1835

Contents:
James Harrison and his mortgagees to Samuel Younge. Land at Union Street and Union Lane, Sheffield, so that Abraham Howe of Sheffield, cooper, can purchase the whole plot of which it first formed a part

Lease  YWD 1053/8-9  1835, 1836

Contents:
Samuel Younge of Sheffield, merchant, to Abraham Howe, cooper. Land in Union Street at the corner of Charles Street and backing on Union Lane, Sheffield with two houses on it, for 800 years at a yearly rent of £66.6.3.; noting that Howe has recently bought the adjoining premises let to William Cocking. 21 August 1835.
With reconveyance.
Mary Williamson to Abraham Howe. The same for £556.3.9.
6 March 1836

Mortgage  YWD 1053/10  13 April 1836

Contents:
William Howe of Sheffield, cooper, to William Smith of Sheffield, gentleman, Thomas Aldam of Sheffield, wine and spirit merchant, and John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire, in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, tanner. The land in Land at Union Street and Union Lane, Sheffield let to William Cocking, for £2000

Lease  YWD 1053/11  29 March 1840

Contents:
Smith, Aldam and Jeffcock, by direction of Abraham Howe, to David Parkes of Sheffield, bookkeeper, Charles Henry Hanger of the same, merchant's clerk and Thomas Adlington of Winckburn, Nottinghamshire, woodman. Property in Union Street and Union lane Sheffield (the buildings now described as Cooper's shop and dwelling described in detail with rights, etc.) for 10 years at a yearly rent of £250

Assignment  YWD 1053/12-15  1856-1860

Contents:
Smith, Aldman and Jeffcock to Elizabeth Woodward, widow.
Property in Union Street and Union Lane, Sheffield for the residue of two terms, for £1,000.
Good plan. 13 May 1856.
With Mortgage.
Elizabeth Woodward to Smith, Aldam and Jeffcock. The same, for £500. 14 May 1856.
And Assignment.
Mrs. Elizabeth Woodward and her mortgagees to May Osmond Alonso Durant of Sheffield, surgeon. The same for £1,000. 14 July 1857.
And Mortgage.
M.O.A. Durant to Thomas Branson and Charles Antony Branson. The same, for £300. 27 October 1860

Lease and counterpart  YWD 1053/16a-b  27 August 1862

Contents:
Catherine Durant of Garley Villa, Penkridge, Staffordshire widow, to David Parkes of Sheffield, cooper. Premises in Union Street, Sheffield occupied by Parkes, Hanger and Company as coopers, for five years at a yearly rent of £100

Assignment  YWD 1053/17-18  1866, 1869

Contents:
Catherine Durant, widow, to David Parkes, at the request of the executors of M.O.A. Durant her late husband, whose property was to be sold. Property in Union Street and Union Lane, Sheffield, for £750.
With Assignment and Mortgage.
Between David Parks and John Foxon and Henry Robinson, who have agreed to buy but cannot pay at the moment, for £1,100. 12 March 1866.
The mortgage endorsed with a re-assignment to Foxon and Robinson. 24 March 1869

Mortgage  YWD 1053/19-21  1869-1874

Contents:
John Foxon, cooper, and Henry Robinson, cooper, to David Parkes of Sheffield, gentleman. Premises in Union Street backing on Union Lane, Sheffield let to William Cocking by J. T. Younge, for £1,800. 25 March 1869
With Further charge. £1,000. 3 January 1871.
And Mortgage.
John Foxon and Henry Robinson to J. P. Wolstenholme and George Bolton, both of Bradford, trading as James Rhodes & Co. The same, for £1,528. 29 July 1874

Marriage Settlements  YWD 1054  [n.d.]

Marriage settlement  YWD 1054/1  15 April 1691

Contents:
George Marriott of Brinckliffe, Sheffield [Brincliffe] Edge, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, cutler, and Ellen Gould, daughter of Henry Gould of Taddington, Derbyshire yeoman; the trustee being John Bright of Banner Crosse. The messuage in which George Marriott now dwells [Edge End] with Kilne-hill, Meadow Croft, the Cliffe, the Near Holme, the Long Holme, the Springe, the Gate Field, the Little Holme in Brinckliffe Edge, Sheffield; to trusts

Marriage settlement (lease and release)  YWD 1054/2a-b  4 and 5 June 1718

Contents:
John Travers of Harthill, blacksmith, and Mary his wife to Thomas Young of Sheffield, joiner, and John Gillot of Woodseats in the parish of Norton, Derbyshire scythsmith. Edge End in Brinckliffe Edge, Sheffield, now in the possession of George Marriott and Dorothy Osborne, in trust, the marriage being between Thomas Young junior of Sheffield, mercer, and Mary, daughter of John Travers

Land at corner of Union Street and Charles Street, Sheffield and the plot next to it  YWD 1055  [n.d.]

Counterpart of lease  YWD 1055/1  1830

Contents:
Samuel and Charles Younge to William Cocking. 9 October, 1830. (land next to public house - shop)

Samuel Younge to Abraham Howe  YWD 1055/2  21 August, 1835

Contents:
The corner plot

Agreement  YWD 1055/3  1 March, 1851

Contents:
William Smith, Thomas Aldam and John Jeffcock, mortgagees, agree about the conditions of a sale with and to Charles Baines and James Peoples of Sheffield, wine and spirit merchants, of both pieces

Assignment  YWD 1055/4  1 March, 1851

Contents:
Smith, Aldam and Jeffcock to Baines and Peoples

Mortgage  YWD 1055/5  3 March - 14 July, 1851

Contents:
Baines and Peoples to the Sheffield & Rotherham, Yorkshire Benefit Building Society

Mortgage  YWD 1055/6  4 March, 1851

Contents:
Baines and Peoples to Benjamin Wightman - the equity of redemption

Mortgage  YWD 1055/7  5 April, 1856

Contents:
Charles Baines to William Hutchinson - the equity of redemption

Dissolution of partnership  YWD 1055/8  19 July, 1854

Contents:
Baines and Peoples

Further charge on the mortgage to the Sheffield and Rotherham, Yorkshire Benefit Building Society  YWD 1055/9  22 August, 1854

Assignment  YWD 1055/10  4 September, 1858

Contents:
Sheffield and Rotherham, Yorkshire Benefit Building Society to Ann Poles Gillott of Masbrough in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, spinster
Charles Baines of Sheffield, wine and spirit merchant, being a party

Fair copy of deed assigning to Charles Baines' trustees  YWD 1055/11  22 March, 1862

Deed of dissolution of partnership  YWD 1055/12  1862

Contents:
Between Charles Baines and Charles Frederick Baines his son, their property being assigned to trustees for their creditors. 31 July, 1862.
These assignments include the "dramshop and assembly room" now called The Phoenix - there in 1851

Reassignment by Charles Baines' trustees to Charles Frederick Baines  YWD 1055/13  13 September, 1864

Copy of Probate Will of William Henry Fallding  YWD 1055/14  1866

Contents:
Testator deed 18 February, 1866, Will proved 1866; Fallding's wife was Ann Poles Gillatt

Charles Frederick Baines to John Toothill  YWD 1055/15  5 February, 1866

Contents:
Who reassigns it, 17 July, 1868

Charles Frederick Baines and mortgagees to Edward Preston Hornly  YWD 1055/16  24 September, 1869

Contents:
Surrendered on dorse of same deed to Samuel Younge esquire, 25 September, 1869

Mortgage  YWD 1055/17  9 June, 1879

Contents:
John Foxon and Henry Robinson of Sheffield carrying on business as coopers and packing case makers, to William Crowther, grocer, Henry Pawson, stationer, and William Skidmore, surgical instrument maker, trustees of the Rock Permanent Benefit Building Society. Land in Union Street and Charles Street, originally let by Samuel and Charles Younge to William Cocking, reciting previous assignments of lease and mortgages, as security for the repayment of £1,893.3.0. paid to David Parkes (a mortgagee) and £2,166.17.0. to John Proctor Wolstenholme and George Bolton also mortgagees. 14 August, 1876.
Endorsed with a further charge for £1,080, 23 May, 1878, and with an assignment and surrender of the premises to Miss Catherine Elisabeth Younge, of The Edge, Brinkcliffe, Sheffield, spinster, by Foxon and Robinson and their mortgagees

Land in Eyre Street, Sheffield  YWD 1058  [n.d.]

Assignment  YWD 1058/1  31 August, 1802

Contents:
Thomas Smith and Henry Froggatt trading in co-partnership as factors in Sheffield, to Richard Stanley of Masbrough (in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire) representing the Sheffield and Rotherham, Yorkshire Bank, (Walker, Eyre and Stanley). Land leased from the Duke of Norfolk in Eyre Street, Sheffield as security for the balance of their account at the bank

Assignment  YWD 1058/2  31 December, 1803

Contents:
William Coldwell, with the consent of Vincent Henry Eyre, assigns his share of the land in Eyre Street, Sheffield of which he had as Henry Froggatt's co-partner, to Smith and Froggatt

Deed of partition of land in Eyre Street, Sheffield  YWD 1058/3  1831

Contents:
Between Henry Moorhouse and Thomas Smith of Sheffield, merchants. 30 June, 1831. Thomas Smith died 23 November, 1835

Conveyance  YWD 1058/4  19 December, 1835

Contents:
The trustees of Thomas Smith and Eliza, Sarah, Martha and Thomas Hill Smith, to Ann Smith of Sheffield, spinster. Her share of land in Eyre Street, Sheffield as laid down in the will, with covenants of trust

Feoffment  YWD 1058/5  27 June, 1808

Contents:
Thomas Holy of Sheffield, merchant, to Thomas Smith of Sheffield, cutler, and Thomas Naylor, fellmonger. A piece of land in Eyre Street, Sheffield adjacent to that assigned to Smith and Froggatt (part of Coldwell's lease) for £85.3.3

Assignment  YWD 1058/6  12 June, 1818

Contents:
William Smith of Sheffield, cutler, and Edward Rayney of Sheffield, scissorsmith, to Thomas Smith of Sheffield, cutler and factor. Land in Eyre Street, Sheffield for £400 to Edward Rayney

Probates  YWD 1058/7-10  n.d

Contents:
Of Thomas Smith, 1059; Sarah Smith, 1062; Ann Smith, 1067; Martha 1067; Martha Smith, 1069

Methodist Library  YWD 1063  11 September, 1832

Contents:
The surviving proprietors (John Jones, Samuel Owen, William Saxton, James Bramley, S. H. Smith, Thomas Beet and W. L. Beet) of the Methodist Library in the room adjoining the Wesleyan Chapel in Norfolk Street, Sheffield relinquish their duties, rights and property in regard to the library on the understanding that a new constitution (included) shall be adopted. With a list of the library's property (shelves etc.)

Dissolution of partnership  YWD 1065  17 October, 1829

Contents:
Joseph Stevenson and John Atkinson, merchants of Sheffield

Transfers of a share in the Soho Grinding Wheel, Sheffield  YWD 1068/1-4  1824-1835

Contents:
Esther Phillips to John Benton, 29 January, 1824.
John Benton to Thomas Robinson and Robert Wright, 20 August, 1829.
Robinson and Wright to Henry Atkin, 7 June, 1830.
Henry Atkin to Thomas Lofthouse, 3 July, 1835

Leases of tenements, messuages and Lands  YWD 1072  [n.d.]

Lease  YWD 1072/1  27 March, 1790

Contents:
Philip Frith of Wymondham, Norfolk to Jonathan Gillott of Black Moor (parish of Peniston) farmer. Two tenements at Far Cowmes, with House Field, House Croft, Lumb Field, Smithy Croft, Old Wood, Old Wood Bottom and Heath Field (chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire) for 15 years (complicated terms)

Lease  YWD 1072/2  24 July, 1802

Contents:
Joseph Frith of Sheffield, grocer, to Isaac Mitchell, pattern and last manufacturer. A messuage in Snig Hill in Sheffield late in the occupation of John Frith now empty, for 14 years at a yearly rent of £25

Lease  YWD 1072/3  13 December, 1802

Contents:
Joseph Frith of Snig Hill to Charles Marshall of Sheffield, cordwainer. The house in Snig Hill, Sheffield adjoining that of Joseph Frith, occupied by Isaac Mitchell, for 14 years at a yearly rent of £17

Lease  YWD 1072/4  26 June, 1811

Contents:
John Frith of Sheffield, gentleman, by direction and request of Joseph Frith of Sheffield, grocer, the owner, who has mortgaged the property to him, to George Newbould of Sheffield, grocer. The messuage in Snig Hill, Sheffield which Joseph Frith lately occupied, for 10 years at a yearly rent of £55

Lease  YWD 1072/5-7  1843

Contents:
William Beardshaw of Sheffield, scalecutter, to his creditors. His land on Crooks Moor, Sheffield with two messuages, adjoining the road (from Sheffield to Crookes, Sheffield), mortgaged to James Wheat, in trust for payment of his debts. 24 July, 1843. And 2 other papers

Partnership  YWD 1073  [n.d.]

Deed of partnership  YWD 1073/1  1 October, 1793

Contents:
William Green of Sheffield, cutler, Benjamin Fox, joiner, Joseph Atkinson, pawnbroker, to trade as pawnbrokers

Retirement of Joseph Atkinson from the pawnbroker partnership  YWD 1073/2  1 December, 1797

Marriage settlement  YWD 1074/1-3  1841, 1866

Contents:
Ann Nicholson of Manor Place in the parish of Sheffield, widow, with the consent of John Hunt Rodes Pearson of Rotherham, Yorkshire, officer of excise, to Joseph Hodgkinson of Birley Vale in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, farmer, James Heward of Sheffield Park, farming agent, and Joseph Nicholson of Shire Green in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, farmer. Hollinhurst, the Pellitt Sick and the Lock Close in Darnall, Sheffield, with the tythes, and property in Bernard Street in Sheffield Park held on lease from the Duke of Norfolk by William Nicholson, deceased, to trusts and uses. 5 June, 1841.
With Bond for performance, in which Joseph Nicholson of Shire Green is described as William Nicholson's executor and Ann as his widow. Same date.
And Assignment of lease. Joseph Hodgkinson of Birley Vale in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, farmer, surviving trustee named in the marriage settlement of Ann Nicholson and John Hunt Rodes Pearson, to Thomas Yard of Park House, Intack Road, Sheffield, farmer, and Rowland Ward of Handsworth, Sheffield, farmer and auctioneer. The property in Bernard Street, Sheffield held on lease from the Duke of Norfolk for the remainder of the term. The certificate of consent by the Duke's trustees is attached. 13 November, 1866

Dissolution of partnership  YWD 1077  21 October, 1884

Contents:
John Green of Sheffield, and Robert Boddy of Sheffield, dissolve their partnership as Green Boddy & Co., coal merchants

[Printed] Memorandum and articles of association of the Phoenix Roller and Etching Company Ltd  YWD 1083  1895

Contents:
On 19 June, 1895, the subscribers signed this copy. Alfred Haley of Wakefield, worsted spinner, Mary his wife, George D. Gould, Wakefield, solicitor, John Bennett Alexander, Wakefield, cashier, the Rev. James Knowles Harrison, St. Mark's Vicarage, Dewsbury, Charlotte Agnes his wife, Herbert Hughes, Sheffield, solicitor. One of their objects is to exploit Harrison's patent for preparing rollers for printing calico, wallpaper, etc

River Don Millowners. Agreements  [no ref. or date]

Costs of the Wakefield Water Bill  YWD 1088  1874

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, Compensation Water  YWD 1089  1893

Chesterfield, Derbyshire Gas and Water Bill  YWD 1090  1894

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, Compensation Water  YWD 1091-2  1896

Sheffield Corporation, Compensation Water  YWD 1093  1896

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, State of drought  YWD 1094-5  1899

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, State of drought  YWD 1096  1901

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, Compensation Water  YWD 1097  1901

Hemingway & Co., Obstruction at Dunford Bridge  YWD 1098  1901

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, Compensation Water  YWD 1099-1100  1902

Water flow certificates  YWD 1101  1903-1906

Sheffield Corporation, Langsett Reservoir  YWD 1102  1904

Thurlestone Urban District Council, Diversion of springs at Dunford Bridge  YWD 1103  1904

Thurlestone Urban District Council, Diversion of springs at Dunford Bridge  YWD 1104  1891

Sheffield Corporation, Temporary filling of Underbank Reservoir  YWD 1105  1907

Sheffield Corporation, Compensation water  YWD 1106  1907

Great Central Railway Co., Water gauge at Dunford Bridge  YWD 1107  1913

Sheffield Corporation, Compensation water  YWD 1108  1920

Bell Concrete Co. Ltd., Taking water from the Don  YWD 1109  1920

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, Suspension of compensation water  YWD 1110  1921

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, Suspension of compensation water  YWD 1111  1925

J. & J. Dyson Ltd., Water in Storrs Brook  YWD 1112  1926

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, Barnsley, Yorkshire Water Bill  YWD 1113  1927

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, Compensation water  YWD 1114  1928

Barnsley, Yorkshire Corporation, Scout Dyke Reservoir  YWD 1115  1934

Dewsbury & Heckmondwike Water Works Board, Suspension of compensation water  YWD 1116  1937

Particulars of sale  YWD 1117  1894-1903

Contents:
The Lands Allotment Company Ltd., now in course of liquidation. The Meersbrook Park estate, Sheffield: building sites, a family residence (Cliffe Field), cottages, farmland, to be sold 22 May, 1894.
With papers concerning the title of John Dawson Cook to land in Burcot Road, Sheffield and elsewhere which he bought, 1898, and Supplemental title, 1903.
With a bundle of duplicated declarations by ratepayers not objecting to the erection of the Vestry Hall, 1903

Land at Gatefields, Sheffield  YWD 1122  [n.d.]

Particulars of sale  YWD 1122/1  23 August, 1864

Contents:
Ground rents and freehold building land, the Gatefields estate, under the will of Robert Woollen, adjoining Infirmary Road and Pack Horse Lane, Sheffield

Abstract of title to freehold land at Gatefields, Sheffield and supplement  YWD 1122/2  1874

Contents:
Sold by the Trustees of the Duke of Norfolk to Robert Woollen in 1804

Conveyance  YWD 1122/3  4 September, 1874

Contents:
Robert Woollen late of Moor Hall but now of Cowley, Yorkshire, Derbyshire and William Smith of Sheffield, gentleman, to the Rev. George Alderson of Hornby, Yorkshire. Parcels, of land in the former two closes called the Gatefields, Sheffield reciting their inheritance from Robert Woollen and William Smith their fathers, through John Sheldon and his Smith relatives, for £1,366

Will and probate of John Ellin of Highfield in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1125  1817, 1821

Contents:
Dated 22 October, 1817.
Proved 13 July, 1821.
With some papers about a legacy to a son of Sally Hilliard, Ellin's daughter

Assignment  YWD 1140  2 July, 1805

Contents:
Nathaniel Mellor of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, miller, George Carr of Sheffield, grocer, and Edward Appleyard of The Farm, Sheffield, trustees of the will of John Mellor late of Shire Green in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, gentleman, to Hugh Mellor of Shiregreen, farmer, John's only son. A mortgage taken out to John Mellor by the Rev. Thomas Carr, D.D. of John Mellor's farm at Nether Shire, and of Upper Shire and Southey Hall (all fields named), Sheffield in 1780, being part of the residue of his father's estate

Memorandum and articles of association of William Jessop & Sons Ltd. Sheffield 1901, and new Articles, 1931  YWD 1141  1901-1936

Contents:
With some papers relating to the sale of land at Brightside, Sheffield in 1936

Coal Lease  YWD 1147  1907-1937

Contents:
Re R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson deceased who died 31 March, 1927. Statement as to coal leases, 1937, and list of the coal seams east of Barnsley, Yorkshire by Smith, Denton & Co.
Printed lease of the Melton Field Coal at Crook, Sheffield House in the parish of Cudworth, Yorkshire. 60 years from 1 July, 1907, to the Houghton Main Colliery Company, 24 January, 1911

Coal Lease  YWD 1148  1907-1908

Contents:
R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson; lease of coal to the South Kirkby Featherstone and Hemsworth, Sheffield Collieries at Newstead in Hemsworth, Sheffield. Dated 28 April, 1908; 49 years from January, 1907

Lease  YWD 1149  3 April, 1936

Contents:
Reginald Thorp Wilson of Sheffield, solicitor, and H. E. Rimington Wilson of Broomhead Hall, Bolsterstone, to the Wharncliffe Woodmoor Colliery Company Limited. The Haigh Moor Seam at Upper Cudworth, Yorkshire, for 75 years

Lease  YWD 1150  24 October, 1905

Contents:
R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson to Mitchell Main Colliery Company Limited. Coal below the Barnsley, Yorkshire Bed under land in Wombwell, Yorkshire and Darfield, Yorkshire, for 60 years from 1 January, 1900

Supplementary Lease  YWD 1151  31 December, 1938

Contents:
Reginald Thorp Wilson and H. E. Rimington-Wilson to Wharncliffe Woodmoor Colliery Company Limited. Supplementary lease of unworked seams of the Haigh Moor, Cudworth, Yorkshire modifying lease of 11 August, 1913, for the residue of that term

Lease of Melton Field Coal at Cudworth, Yorkshire to Houghton Main Colliery Co  YWD 1152/1  1911

Lease  YWD 1152/2  20 June, 1923

Contents:
R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson to the new Monckton Collieries Ltd.; terms as to the working of the Haigh Moor Coal at, Yorkshire

Trustees of the will of R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson  YWD 1152/3  July 1930

Contents:
Heads of terms for a lease of the Kents Thick seam of coal underlying land at Cudworth, Yorkshire

Deed  YWD 1152/4  1908

Contents:
Personal representatives of R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson
(R. T. Wilson and Capt. E. H. Rimington-Wilson) to the South Kirkby Featherstone and Hemsworth, Sheffield Collieries Limited; deed varying terms of lease of 28 April, 1908

Coalmining Leases  YWD 1155  [n.d.]

Lease  YWD 1155/1  20 September, 1876

Contents:
James Wilson Rimington-Wilson of Broomhead Hall, Yorkshire esquire to the Yorkshire and Derbyshire Coal and Iron Company Limited. Part of the Barnsley, Yorkshire Bed under closes (listed) at Cudworth, Yorkshire, for 60 years. With map

Lease  YWD 1155/2  4 September, 1893

Contents:
R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson to Mrs. Ellen Lodge and other executors of Henry Lodge of Barugh Colliery. The Shafton Bed of coal under 3 closes at Newstead in the parish of Hemsworth, Sheffield, for 25 years

Lease  YWD 1155/3  20 June 1871

Contents:
James Wilson Rimington-Wilson of Broomhead Hall, Bolsterstone, to Joseph Mitchell of Swaith Hall in the parish of Darfield, Yorkshire colliery proprietor, Edward Thornhill Simpson of Walton in Wakefield, soap maker, and William Stewart of Wakefield, solicitor. Two mines, beds or seams of coal under land in Wombwell, Yorkshire in the parish of Darfield, Yorkshire, for 40 years. With map.
Endorsed with notes of later deeds

Lease  YWD 1155/4  26 January, 1893

Contents:
R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson to the New Hemsworth, Sheffield Colliery Company Limited. The Shafton Bed under Newstead estate, Hemsworth, Sheffield worth for 30 years

R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson grants a licence to his former lessees  YWD 1155/5  23 November, 1893

Contents:
To assign the lease of two beds of coal under land at Wombwell, Yorkshire in the parish of Darfield, Yorkshire, to the Wombwell, Yorkshire Main Colliery Limited

The New Hemsworth, Sheffield Colliery Company Limited to R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson  YWD 1155/6  31 December, 1898

Contents:
Surrender of the Shafton Bed at Newstead, Hemsworth, Sheffield

Lease  YWD 1155/7  1 January, 1899

Contents:
R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson to the Monckton Main Coal Company. The Shafton Bed under the Newstead Hall estate, Hemsworth, Sheffield for 17 years. With a map of the estate

Heads of agreement between R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson and the Mitchell Main Colliery Company Limited  YWD 1155/8  15 September, 1900

Contents:
About the demise of the Parkgate and Lower seams of coal at Wombwell, Yorkshire

R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson to the Hemsworth, Sheffield Parish Council  YWD 1155/9  5 May, 1915

Contents:
A close part of Kinsley Common Farm at Hemsworth, Sheffield, for 7 years (excluding and defining coal rights)

A supplemental lease  YWD 1156  31 December, 1938

Contents:
Varying the terms, of the Kents Thick Coal, under land at Cudworth, Yorkshire, 3 April, 1936, from R. T. Wilson and H. E. Rimington Wilson, to the Wharncliffe Woodmoor Colliery Company

Notes, copies of deeds, valuations, list of coal in possession  YWD 1157  1936-1938

Contents:
Evidently accumulated by the executors of R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson

The executors of R. H. R. Rimington-Wilson  YWD 1159  1940-1941

Contents:
Agreements to let, including Silkstone, Yorkshire seam at Lundhill, Darfield, Yorkshire, to the Cortonwood Collieries 1940, and coal under Park Street School, Wombwell, Yorkshire, to the Wombwell, Yorkshire Main 1941, with rectification leases, correspondence and (small) maps

Will and probate of John Worley of Quarry Bank, Staffordshire, beerseller  YWD 1165  1882, 1885

Contents:
With title deeds to land at Quarry Bank.
Will, 30 November, 1882; died 16 May, 1885; proved June 1885

Deed of partition  YWD 1172  1864, 1872

Contents:
Joseph Ellin of Sheffield, merchant, and many members of the Ellin and Skefington families, divide the Sheffield estates among themselves; with map-lands and properties between The Moor, the Porter and the bottom of Arundel Street, Sheffield 31 Dec. 1864; and a deed and papers about a settlement of £3,500, in 1872

Will and probate of Thomas Ellin of Sheffield, merchant, dated 20 September, 1844  YWD 1174/1  1844, 1846

Contents:
Died 26 December, 1845; proved 12 March, 1846

Schedule of several title deeds and writings relating to estates and properties in Sheffield now belonging to Messrs. Thomas Ellin, Thomas Ellin the younger, William Ellin and Joseph Ellin, merchants  YWD 1174/2  1842

Partnership deeds  YWD 1174/3  3 November, 1821

Contents:
Thomas Ellin of Sheffield, cutler and grinder, Hannah Oldale of Sheffield, widow, Thomas Ellin, the younger, cutler and grinder, and Edward Ingall, cutler and grinder, to carry on business as they have as Oldale and Ellin, at the Sylvester Grinding Wheel, Sheffield as Thomas Ellin and Company

Deed of declaration respecting the property of Thomas Ellin and company  YWD 1174/4  7 March, 1837

Dissolution of Thomas Ellin and Company as far as Ingall is concerned and assignment of his share  YWD 1174/5  18 January, 1842

Contents:
With related papers

Conveyance  YWD 1174/6  29 July, 1804

Contents:
Charles Duke of Norfolk and the Commissioners for Redemption of land tax to Richard Swallow of Newhall in Brightside, Sheffield Beerlow in the parish of Sheffield. Several tithe rents on his estates in Attercliffe, Sheffield and Brightside, Sheffield, for £220.13.0

Deed of revocation (lease and release)  YWD 1174/7a-b  16, 17 August, 1809

Contents:
Richard Swallow of Attercliffe, Sheffield Forge in the parish of Sheffield, merchant, with the agreement of the Commissioners in his bankruptcy, Hugh Parker, William Littlewood and Joseph Read, revokes the trusts of the settlement made on his marriage to Maria Parker, and conveys several portions of his estate (described) to John Rawson of Wardsend, to such trusts as may be determined

Copy of lease  YWD 1174/8  1 October, 1838

Contents:
Maria Swallow of Mosbrough Hall in the parish of Eckington, Derbyshire widow, with Richard Swallow of the same, gentleman, James Sorby of Osgathorpe Hill in the parish of Sheffield, and Maria his wife (née Swallow) to John Sanderson of Newhall in the parish of Sheffield, merchant. Close at Attercliffe, Sheffield between the River Dun and the Turnpike Road, called Attercliffe, Sheffield Meadows, a close on Attercliffe Common, Sheffield and the Sour Lands in Brightside, Sheffield, for 14 years at a yearly rent of £112.6.6

Lease  YWD 1176/1  1781

Contents:
The Trustees of the late Edward, Duke of Norfolk, to George Greaves and George Woodhead, of Sheffield, merchant. Ground and messuages thereon in Norfolk Street (east side), lately part of Alsop Fields, Sheffield for 99 years at a yearly rent of £2.12.6. 20 January, 1781.
Lease on parchment: similar counterpart, on paper

Lease  YWD 1176/2  11 September, 1786

Contents:
Charles, Duke of Norfolk, to Henry Tudor of Sheffield, silverplater. A parcel of ground between Pond Lane and Slaughterhouse Lane [north west of Pond Lane] and a second piece on the opposite side of Pond Lane, Sheffield for 99 years at a yearly rent of £7.10.0

Articles of agreement  YWD 1176/3  11 May, 1805

Contents:
Charles, Duke of Norfolk agrees to sell to George Woodhead of Highfield in the parish of Sheffield, esquire, premises in Norfolk Street, Brailsforth Orchards and Workhouse Lane, Sheffield previously let to him

Conveyance  YWD 1176/4  2 July, 1805

Contents:
George Bustard Greaves of Page Hall in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, esquire, executor named in the Will of George Greaves of Sheffield, to George Woodhead of Highfield in the parish of Sheffield, esquire. His moiety of the lease of a piece of ground in Norfolk Street, Sheffield made in 1781 by the Trustees of the Duke of Norfolk; for £485

Conveyance, (lease and release)  YWD 1176/5a-b  21 May, 1806

Contents:
The Trustees of the settled estates of Charles Duke of Norfolk to George Woodhead of Highfield, merchant. Lane at Upper Heeley, Sheffield (described) in Whitehouse Lane, in Nether Hallam, Sheffield in Norfolk Street, Brailsforth Orchard, Workhouse Lane, Sheffield all the subject of recited leases, for £1,000 to be paid to Margaret Stovin of Doncaster, spinster, a mortgagee

Conveyance  YWD 1176/6  1884

Contents:
Joseph Woollen, wood turner, James Woollen, wood turner, Frances MacLauren wife of George Maclauren, Britannia metalsmith, Henry Woollen, silver buffer, Hannah Woollen, spinster, Elizabeth Brownell, widow, Sarah Woollen, spinster, children of James Woollen late of 117 Matilda Street, wood turner and presser, to James and John Woollen, wood turners and pressers. Freehold land in Denmark Street and leasehold land in Matilda Street, Sheffield for £1,110; William Burnett Esam of Sheffield being trustee. 18 September, 1884. Attached, approval by the Duke of Norfolk for the leasehold land. James Woollen had substituted his son John for his brother-in-law Wilfred Wolstenholme as executor

Mortgage  YWD 1176/7  1884

Contents:
William Woollen and John Woollen both of Sheffield, wood turners and pressers, to Henry Edmund Watson of Shirecliffe Hall in the parish of Sheffield, esquire. Ground in Denmark Road and in Matilda Street, Sheffield for £820. 18 September, 1884. Attached, certificate of approval for the Matilda Street property by the Duke of Norfolk

Conveyance  YWD 1177/1  20 August, 1868

Contents:
George Barber of Sheffield, merchant, and Arthur Robert Ellin, to Thomas Skevington Ellin of Sheffield, merchant. Their trust concerning the Vulcan Works in Hereford Street and Ellin Street, Sheffield being Rolling Mill, Melting Furnaces, Steam Forge workshops, four cottages, offices

Copy of Conveyance  YWD 1177/2  20 November, 1880

Contents:
Thomas Skevington Ellin of Sheffield, gentleman, and his mortgagees, to George Hall of Sheffield, steel manufacturer. The Hereford Street Works, Sheffield for £3,000

Abstract of title of Thomas Skevington Ellin to the Vulcan Works in Hereford Street, Sheffield  YWD 1177/3  1876

Contents:
Copies of a transfer of mortgage from John Turton and others to Stephen Martin 1876; and later legal papers

Land in Broomfield, Little Sheffield  YWD 1192  [n.d.]

Mortgage  YWD 1192/1  18 July, 1801

Contents:
John Pinder of Little Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, fire iron maker, to Thomas Archdale of Heeley, Sheffield, cutler, Stephen Gill, cutler, and Lear Wright, cutler. A piece of land part of a close called Broomfield on the turnpike road to Chesterfield, Derbyshire, Sheffield which Robert Unwin, carpenter, let to him in 1800 for £100

Assignment of leasehold  YWD 1192/2  2 September, 1800

Contents:
Thomas Archdale, Stephen Gill and Lear Wright to John Barber of Killarmarsh, Derbyshire gentleman, by direction of John Pinder of Little Sheffield. Land part of Broomfield, Sheffield for £100, the principal sum of John Pinder's mortgage

Abstract of the title to an estate situate at Broomfield in Little Sheffield, vested in the devisees in trust named in the will of Mr. Robert Unwin  YWD 1192/3  1809

2 Copies

Conveyance  YWD 1192/4  20 May, 1812

Contents:
The devisees in trust of Robert Unwin late of Little Sheffield, builder (William Harwood, William Masden the elder and the younger, Robert Unwin) to John Stenton of Sheffield, slater. Land in Broomfield in Little Sheffield for £369.17.0

Mortgage  YWD 1192/5  19 July, 1814

Contents:
John Wright of Little Sheffield, saw and edge tool maker, to Cornelius Brown of Renishaw in the parish of Eckington, Derbyshire gentleman. A piece of ground part of Broomfield in Little Sheffield, let to him by Robert Unwin, carpenter, on which he has built a cast steel furnace, for £360. 21 June, 1805.
Reassignment

Conveyance  YWD 1192/6  5 July, 1826

Contents:
John Wright of Little Sheffield, saw and edge tool maker, to Thomas Wright his son and partner. A moiety of his leasehold land in Broomfield in Little Sheffield, and all the buildings, machinery, fittings, etc. 4 March, 1816. Similar deed, concluding transfer and naming £550 as the price for the absolute purchase of Thomas' moiety from his father

Mortgage  YWD 1192/7  8 May, 1841

Contents:
Thomas May of Catcliffe in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire gentleman, trustee of the late John Stenton on behalf of several Copleys, to the Union Friendly Society (represented by George Howe, Daniel Cooley and Thomas Lovegrove) meeting at the Victoria Hotel, High Street. Several pieces of the Broomfield in Little Sheffield, for £900

Release  YWD 1192/8  6 July, 1842

Contents:
Henry Copley to John Copley - a third part of the Broomfield, Sheffield property

Graystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield  YWD 1193  [n.d.]

Settlement  YWD 1193/1  21 March, 1670

Contents:
Mary Unwin of Little Sheffield, widow, to Roger Lee of Little Sheffield and George Ludlam of Cherrytree hill. Four Neather Meadowes and a Spring Wood near Graystones in the parish of Sheffield in trust for her own life, her son John and her daughter Mary until each shall attain the age of 21

Feoffment  YWD 1193/2  2 May, 1705

Contents:
William Unwin of Graystones in the parish of Sheffield, yeoman, Joshua Booth of Norton, Derbyshire and Mary his wife, sister of William Unwin, and Stephen Fox of Little Sheffeild, yeoman, to Thomas Bright of Graystones, tanner. Four closes called Neather Meadowes and a Spring Wood and the Well Meadow, near Graystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £160

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1193/3a-b  26 and 27 March, 1743

Contents:
Mary Bright of Graystones in Ecclesall, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, to Thomas Bright, the same, butcher, her son. All her interest and life estate in a close at Graystones called the Field or Close on the Upper Side of the Lane, Ecclesall, Sheffield, for £7

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1193/4a-b  29, 30 March, 1743

Contents:
Thomas Bright of Graystones in Ecclesall, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, butcher, and Mary his wife, to Montague Wortley of Sheffield, cutler. Five closes near Graystones, formerly Four Nether Meadows and the Field on the Upper Side of the Lane, and a Spring Wood at the top in Ecclesall, Sheffield, lately felled by Joseph Clay of Bridgehouses, who is party to the deed and to whom the Brights promise to levy a fine; for £315

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1193/5a-c  28 September 1749

Contents:
Montague Wortley of Sheffield, gentleman, to Joseph Ibberson of the same, cutler. Five pieces of land in the five closes called Round Meadows, Farr Meadow, Narr Meadow and Little Field, abutting on the Porter Dike to the North, Sheffield for £48.8.0. 27 and 28 September, 1749. With bond for performance

Lease for a year  YWD 1193/6  21 March, 1766

Contents:
Montague Wortley to Joseph Ibberson. Land at Graystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield

Mortgage  YWD 1193/7  25 March, 1766

Contents:
Joseph Ibberson of Sheffield, cutler, to Montague Wortley of the same, cutler. Six closes near Graystones in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield formerly in five, whereof four were the Nether Meadows and the other the Field on the Upper Side of the Lane and a spring wood called Hawe Park, for £500

Will and probate of Joseph Ibberson of Sheffield, cutler  YWD 1193/8  1775

Contents:
Wife Mary, son Joseph. 2 April, 1775. Proved, 26 December, 1775

Redemption of mortgage  YWD 1193/9  13 July, 1778

Contents:
Montague Wortley of Sheffield, cutler, to Joseph Ibberson of Sheffield, cutler (only son and devisee of Joseph Ibberson late of Sheffield, cutler, deceased). The six closes at Graystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield mortgaged to him by the father, for the £250 outstanding

Assignment (lease and release)  YWD 1193/10a-b  1801, 1803

Contents:
Daniel Brammall of Whitehouse in the parish of Sheffield, filesmith, with George Naylor and Thomas Sanderson, factors, his partners in business in a firm called Naylor and Sanderson, to Joshua Walker of Clifton in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, esquire. A messuage in Church Lane, the Spur Gear Wheel, six closes, etc. in Ecclesall, Sheffield which he reserved as a legacy from Joseph Ibberson after the death of the testator's mother Mary in 1801; as security against the balance of their account with the Sheffield and Rotherham, Yorkshire Bank. 27 and 28 July, 1803.
Release of the properties by the Sheffield & Rotherham, Yorkshire Bank to Daniel Brammall, 28 May, 1806

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 1193/11a-b  1806

Contents:
Daniel Brammall of Whitehouse in the parish of Sheffield, merchant, to Thomas Fenton Bright of Sheffield, gentleman. The Spur Gear Wheel in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield near Graystones and on the Porter Brook, and the six closes in Ecclesall, Sheffield which were formerly five Meadows and the Field on the Upper Side of the Lane, and Hawe Park, lately a spring wood, for £1,500. 9 and 10 June, 1806
Bond for repayment of loan, 10 June, 1806

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1193/12a-b  1824

Contents:
John Bright of Sheffield, gentleman, only surviving son and devisee of Thomas Fenton Bright, deceased, Peter Brownell of Sheffield, merchant, and John Staniland of the same, cutler, assignees of the estate and effects of Daniel Brammall late of Whitehouse in the parish of Sheffield, file manufacturer, dealer and chapman, and a bankrupt, and the said Daniel and Margaret his wife, to Thomas Sansom of Sheffield, merchant. All the property in Ecclesall, Sheffield in Daniel Brammall's mortgage of 1806, for £1,700. 5 and 6 March, 1824
With a pair of final concords

Deed of Division  YWD 1193/13  1 November, 1856

Contents:
Thomas Edwin Wright, eldest child and administrator of the estate of Thomas Wright of Highfield, merchant, who died intestate, conveys to his brother Edward Wright of Coventry, architect, and Emily Wright of Highfield, spinster, parts of his father's estate in Sheffield in accordance with what they agreed had been his wishes: 1. Messuages and other property at Highfield; 2. Dwellings in Pea Croft; 3. Dwellings and shops in West Bar. The present deed conveys to Emily Lot 1, the various pieces of land, freehold and leasehold, formerly part of Broomfield, descended to Thomas Wright by deeds in WYD 1192

Mortgage  YWD 1193/14  1860, 1869

Contents:
Emily Wright of Highfield, spinster, to The Rev. George Alderson, vicar of Hornby and James Wilson of Sheffield, gentleman. Her land at Broomfield, Sheffield 19 October, 1860.
Endorsed with an assignment to Thomas Edwin Wright. 22 December, 1869

Conveyance and assignment  YWD 1193/15  1872

Contents:
Thomas Edwin Wright to Edward Wright. The part of Broomfield Sheffield mortgaged in 1860 by Emily Wright, now deceased, for the part of the loan outstanding. 17 August, 1872. With plan showing that the plots were on the south side of Wright's Hill

Mortgage  YWD 1193/16  1872, 1875

Contents:
Edward Wright of Sheffield, gentleman, to the Rev. George Alderson, vicar of Hornby, Yorkshire The land in Broomfield, Sheffield for £1,000. 19 August, 1872.
Endorsed with reconveyance, 28 December, 1875

Schedule of deeds and writings relating to freehold and leasehold property at Highfield, Sheffield, belonging to Mr. Edward Wright and then mortgaged to the Rev. George Alderson. Deeds in WYD 1192  YWD 1193/17  1872

Maverick pair of final concords  YWD 1193/18  1833

Contents:
John Thompson versus Ralph Usher and others. Property in Little Sheffield. 20 April, 3 William IV

Attercliffe, Sheffield  YWD 1194  [n.d.]

Copy of the will of John Fell of Attercliffe, Sheffield Forge in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1194/1  14 July, 1761

Contents:
Proved 1 July, 1762

Copy of the will and probate of Elizabeth Fell of New Hall in the parish of Attercliffe, Sheffield, widow  YWD 1194/2  18 March, 1793

Contents:
Proved 14 February, 1795

Copy of the will and probate of Richard Swallow of Attercliffe, Sheffield Forge  YWD 1194/3  7 February, 1801

Contents:
Proved 16 March, 1801

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1194/4a-b  29, 30 June, 1803

Contents:
William Spencer of Bramley Grange in the parish of Braithwell, and others, heirs of Gameliell Milner, to Richard Swallow of New Hall in the parish of Sheffield, esquire. Closes at Attercliffe, Sheffield - Dove Cote Meadow, Engine Meadow, River Side Meadow, Meadow with stock yard and homestead, Meadow next the river on the west side of the coach road leading to New Hall, Middle Field and Croft, for £5,000; reciting many deeds

Copy of the will and probate of Richard Swallow of New Hall, Sheffield  YWD 1194/5  14 October, 1830

Contents:
Proved 6 February, 1836

Land at Broomfield - Little Sheffield  YWD 1195  [n.d.]

Lease and counterpart  YWD 1195/1a-b  1795

Contents:
Robert Unwin of Sheffield, carpenter, to John Stenton of the same, slater. A piece of ground in Broomfield at Little Sheffield, for building, for 800 years at a yearly rent of £5.6.9. 11 August, 1795. [Broomfield was at that time the name of this part of London Road]

Assignment of lease  YWD 1195/2  26 December, 1796

Contents:
John Stenton of Sheffield, slater, with the consent of Robert Unwin to John Froggatt of Worksop Manor, Nottinghamshire, steward to the Duke of Norfolk. The lease of a piece of land part of the Broomfield at Little Sheffield, as security for a loan of £200

Counterpart of lease  YWD 1195/3  28 April, 1800

Contents:
Robert Unwin of Sheffield, carpenter, to John Wright of Sheffield, saw manufacturer. A piece of ground in Broomfield, Sheffield next to an intended street (Wright's Hill) for 800 years at a yearly rent of £3.14.6

Lease  YWD 1195/4  29 May, 1800

Contents:
Robert Unwin of Sheffield, carpenter, to John Pinder of Little Sheffield, fire iron maker. A piece of land (next to Clarke Square, Sheffield) for building, for 800 years at a yearly rent of £1.12.10

Mortgage  YWD 1195/5  6 June, 1812

Contents:
John Stenton of Sheffield, slater, to James Townsend of Sheffield, gentleman. His lease of a piece of ground in Broomfield, Sheffield with the concurrence of the heirs and executors of Robert Unwin deceased for £200, and a further £200 paid to Willoughby Knapton, a former mortgagee

Mortgage  YWD 1195/6  18 November, 1830

Contents:
John Copley, Henry Copley and Mary Ann Copley to Thomas May of Catcliffe in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire glass manufacturer. The lease of land in Broomfield, reciting many deeds

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1195/7a-b  29, 30 April, 1833

Contents:
Thomas Slagg (with the consent of Ralph Usher and William Bowdler) to Mrs. Mary Ann Usher and others. A piece of ground in Broomfield, Sheffield (inheritance of John Barber)

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1195/8a-b  1, 2 May, 1833

Contents:
Ralph Usher and others to Thomas Wright of Highfield in the parish of Sheffield, saw manufacturer and his trustee James Wright. A piece of ground in Broomfield, Sheffield (late John Barber's)

Conveyance  YWD 1195/9  28 December, 1875

Contents:
The trustees of the Will of John Copley, John Chapman and Mary Ann his wife (née Copley), and the mortgagees, to Edward Wright of Heeley, Sheffield, architect. Land in Broomfield, Stenton's piece and several others on the other side of Wright's Hill, Sheffield

Lease  YWD 1197/1  5 June, 1675

Contents:
Thomas Carre of Donore, Kildare in Ireland, esquire, to Thomas Carre of Wincowbank in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, blacksmith. A messuage called Screath, with the Meadow, the Stubble Field, the Screath bank, the Bottomfield, the two High Fields, the Little Field, the Spring, the Clough, Sheffield for 21 years at £10 p.a

Counterpart lease  YWD 1197/2  1 May, 1701

Contents:
Mary Carr of Dublin, widdow, and Thomas Carr of Dublin, esquire, to Thomas Carr of Screath in the parish of Sheffield, blacksmith. Screath and other fields, Sheffield for 21 years at £14 p.a

Counterpart of lease  YWD 1197/3  10 April, 1702

Contents:
Thomas Carr of Dublin esquire, to George Carr of Wadsley, Yorkshire Read, Yorkshire, yeoman. A messuage at Southey in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, with the Croft, the Peartree Field, the Pond Field and the Broad Ing, for 21 years at £18 p.a

Counterpart of lease  YWD 1197/4  10 April, 1702

Contents:
Thomas Carr of Dublin esquire to George Carr of Wadsley, Yorkshire Bridge yeoman. A messuage at Wadsley, Yorkshire Bridge with the Little Meadow, the Stony Croft, the Old Field alias Birkinfield, the Croft upon the Hill and Limestone Greene, and four closes, near Southey, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire called Parson Field, Oate Lands, the Schoolhouse Field and Dolphin Storth, with a cottage built on Dolphin Storth, for 21 years at £27.10.0. p.a

Counterpart lease  YWD 1197/5  11 August, 1721

Contents:
Charles, Lord Bishop of Killaloe in Ireland, to George Carr of Wadsley, Yorkshire Bridge, yeoman. The messuage at Wadsley, Yorkshire Bridge and land at Southey Ecclesfield, Yorkshire as before, for 31 years at £55 p.a

Mortgage  YWD 1197/6-7  1780

Contents:
The Rev. Thomas Carr D.D., of Ely Place, Dublin, eldest son and heir of the Rt. Rev. Charles Carr late lord Bishop of Killaloe, to John Meller of Shire Green or Nether Shire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. Estates in and smaller pieces of land at Nether Shire, Wadsley, Yorkshire Bridge and Southey Yorkshire, (including farms mentioned in the other deeds) for £1,050. 10 March, 1780.
Deed of same date empowering John Meller to collect the rents etc. for Thomas Carr

Lease  YWD 1197/8  21 October, 1781

Contents:
George Carr of the Yews in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, yeoman, to Martin Hawood of the Wheel (parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire) yeoman, and Jonas Harwood of the Stairfoot in the parish of Darfield, Yorkshire. A messuage called Souder Hall or Southy Hall in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, with Souder or Southy Meadow, the Pondfield, the Hallfield, the Middlefield, Pasturefield and Cross [Lane], for 20 years at £33.10.0. p.a

Rents  YWD 1197/9  7 June, 1786

Contents:
Thomas Carr son of Dr. Thomas Carr purchases chief rents issuing from messuages called Wadsley, Yorkshire Bridge Inn, Scraith Land, Souther Hall and Shire Green, for £44.5.10

Enfranchisement  YWD 1197/10  1786

Contents:
Thomas Carr, son and heir of the Rev. Dr. Thomas Carr of Dublin, is enfranchised of a messuage in Nether Hartley or Nether Shire within the Earl of Surrey's manor of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, in the occupation of John Meller, with Narr Storth, Farr Storth, Dyke Side, Harrow Lands, the West Ing, the Broad Field and the Croft, inherited by Dr. Carr from his father Charles lord Bishop of Killaloe, 7 June, 1786, for £17.10.0

Marriage Settlement  YWD 1197/11  3 November, 1812

Contents:
The Rev. Thomas Carr of Aghaboe (Queen's County, Ireland) and Frances Susanna Mongan, daughter of the late John Mongan of the County of Monaghan. The lands concerned are in Aghaboe

Deed to make a tenant (lease and release)  YWD 1197/12a-c  1813

Contents:
The Rev. Thomas Carr of Dublin to Robert Smith of Basinghall Street. His farms at Nether Hartley or Nether Shire, Wadsley, Yorkshire Bridge, Southey, etc. to be tenant and suffer a recovery, reciting his inheritance back to the marriage settlement of Thomas Carr of Dublin, 1693. 8 and 9 February, 1813 with recovery. Easter, 1813

Assignment  YWD 1197/13  3 October, 1814

Contents:
George Carr of Sheffield and Edward Appleyard of Brightholmlee, the executors of the late John Meller, of Shire Green to Pierce Mahony of Dublin, gentleman. The lands mortgaged to John Meller in 1780, for the rest of the term

Conveyances (both lease and release)  YWD 1198/1-7  1786-1808

Contents:
To Anthony Lax Maynard of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, gentleman, of the manor of Nether Padley, Derbyshire, one from William Wilson of Dublin and his wife (née Craven) and others, the other from Peter Downes and Isaac Wilkinson; 1 and 2 February, 1786; Covenant to produce deed, 2 February, 1786; Assignment of mortgage, T. Falconer and Charles Potts by direction of Sir Foster Cunliffe and Peter Downes, to the Rev. J. Carver as trustee for Anthony Lax Maynard and others.
Assignment of two terms by M. M. Middleton and John Wilkinson, to A. L. Maynard, so that they may be merged. 10 June, 1808

Joseph Dixon Skelton, deceased  YWD 1201  19th-20th c

Contents:
Deeds and papers (19th-20th century) relating to Middlewood, Sheffield Upper Works, Bradfield, Yorkshire

Deeds and papers  YWD 1202  19th century

Contents:
Relating to the Mosbrough, Derbyshire estate of the Rev. George Alderson

Joseph Dixon Skelton  YWD 1203, 1222  1790-1903

Contents:
Title deeds to land at Middlewood, Sheffield, Bradfield, Yorkshire bought from the executors of Mrs. M. A. Oates, by T. D. Skelton, and family deeds after his death

"Bailey Hill" at Bradfield, Yorkshire and two closes adjoining  YWD 1216/1-4  1892, 1960

Contents:
Auction particulars of sale, with the "Old Horns" Inn and farm lands, (Nicholson, Greaves, Barber & Hastings), 1892; conveyance to Charles Macro Wilson, 1892; abstract of the title of James Hoole of Sheffield, 1892; conveyance to J. C. Wilson, 1960

Memorandum of articles of association of the Peter Dixon Steamship Co. Ltd  YWD 1223  12 July, 1915

The Aldersons' Tipperary estate, Ireland  YWD 1225  n.d

Alderson miscellany  YWD 1226  1799-1888

Contents:
List of silver left by Christopher Alderson to his wife for life.
Particulars of sale, Stocksbridge, Yorkshire, 25 April, 1888; MS. account of Kirkheaton, Yorkshire School; Printed list of Kirkheaton, Yorkshire Charities; Grant of land, R. H. Beaumont of Whitley Hall to the Rector of Kirkheaton, Yorkshire and Vicar of Kirkburton, 31 December, 1844; Kirkheaton, Yorkshire Enclosure Act, 1799; Valuation of certain estates of the Rev. Jonathan Alderson, 1850; Particulars of sale of a widely-spread estate, 1862, probably the Rev. C. Alderson's lands

Robert Younge, deceased: Abstracts of his title to properties in and around Sheffield Moor  YWD 1228  1875

Contents:
With a copy of the will of his uncle Charles Younge, and two copies of a provisional order for compulsory purchase for street widening under the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845. 1875.
Robert Younge's own will is not in the packet

Title deeds to land at Darnall, Sheffield  YWD 1229  7 February, 1890

Contents:
In 1823 the property of Jeremiah Barstow of Leeds sold in 1886 to the Rev. Thomas Staniforth of Storrs Hall, Windermere, Westmorland; and other land sold by Edward Smelter Cadman of Teddington, Middlesex and relatives to Edwin Wilfred Stanyforth of Kirkhammerton, Yorkshire Hall, Yorkshire esquire

Lease  YWD 1231  15 October, 1927

Contents:
Captain R. T. Stanyforth, MC. to Lt. Col. E.W. Stanyforth, C.B.; Kirkhammerton, Yorkshire Hall, Yorkshire, for 14 years at £500 p.a

Marriage settlement (copy): the Rev. Christopher Alderson and Miss Peel  YWD 1232  1832

Contents:
Also includes: Valuation of Kirkheaton, Yorkshire Rectory, 1853; Will of the Rev. Christopher Alderson, 1879; and executors papers. (copies)

Abstract of title (back to 1611) to the Rectory of Kirkheaton, Yorkshire  YWD 1233  1823

Contents:
With other notes on title, papers concerning presentations; and an agreement to sell between Thomas Richard Beaumont of Bretton Hall and Diana his wife to the Rev. Jonathan Alderson of Harthill, the advowson of Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, 1822, and a mortgage by Christopher borrowing £800 from Queen Anne's bounty to rebuild the Rectory house. 1837

Will and Probate of the Rev. C. Alderson, 1880, and of Mrs. C. M. Peel  YWD 1234  1888

Contents:
A Valuation of the Heeley, Sheffield estate of the trustees of the Rev. Jonathan Alderson, 1877; and some old Wilson items, including the marriage settlement of the Rev. William Reginald Wilson and Martha Thorp, 1865, and Samuel Younge's gift of effects to C. M. Wilson when retiring from the firm, 1877

Probate of the Will of William Sewell of The Lodge, Wadsley, Yorkshire  YWD 1235  1891

Contents:
With some deeds relating to Lincolnshire property

Marriage settlement, post-nuptial  YWD 1236  1830

Contents:
Dealing with the bridge's own money, of Charles Steade of Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Derbyshire esquire and Mary Elizabeth, formerly Smith of Dunstan Hall, 1830; with probates of both their wills (Ch. 1861 and M.E. 1855) and papers appointing trustees, etc.; and a copy of the will of Elizabeth Mary Smith of Dunstan Hall the wife of John Frederick Smith formerly widow of Thomas Smith, proved 1830

Settlement  YWD 1237  1787

Contents:
Mary, widow of Adam Furniss, and her son John, to Richard White and Richard Oliver, her husband's executors. Estates at Hathersage, Derbyshire (taking into consideration a mortgage) in trusts for her children. 27 and 28 March, 1787; with a Consideration of the legal position

Mortgages, assignments, reconveyance  YWD 1243  1787-1815

Contents:
James Crowther's two syks at Ecclesfield, Yorkshire

Papers relating to the sale of Daniel Hole's land in Upper Hallam, Sheffield  YWD 1246  1808,1824

Contents:
"South Grove", two farms in Crimicar Lane, and fields at Ranmoor and Lodge Moor, Sheffield: Printed sale poster, 1824; abstracts of title to the separate lots; and Bargain and sale of the Trustees of the Duke of Norfolk to the Great Yeald and the Little Yeald at Lodge Moor, Sheffield 1808

Marriage settlement  YWD 1247  1697, 1784

Contents:
Richard Mills the younger of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, tanner, and Elizabeth Secker of Sibthorpe, spinster. Lands at Eyam, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire Derbyshire 16 Nov. 1697.
Also, small group of deeds and letters, land in Southwell, Nottinghamshire sold by Robert Convers of Sheffield, who had inherited from a family of Edge. 1784

Memorial of a Conveyance  YWD 1248  1, 2 January, 1808

Contents:
Josiah Gallimore of Colson Croft, Whitesmith, and his wife and others, to John Sorby of Spittle [Spital] Hill in Sheffield, merchant. Land in Colson Croft, Sheffield

Lease  YWD 1249  8 November, 1793

Contents:
Trustees of the Duke of Norfolk to Joseph Ward and Samuel Broomhead Ward of Sheffield, and Jonathan Moor of Ecclesall, Sheffield, ironmasters. Waterworks called Pond Lane Tilt, Sheffield with old tilts and tilts newly erected, for 63 years at £23 p.a

Deed of exchange  YWD 1252/1  14 September, 1793

Contents:
William Wentworth, Earl Fitzwilliam exchanges land at Darnall, Sheffield with Thomas Staniforth of Liverpool

Release  YWD 1252/2  21 October, 1820

Contents:
William Spencer of Bramley Grange (General) releases to Samuel Staniforth of Liverpool certain interests due to his mother Frances as lady of the manor of Darnall, Sheffield

Deed of exchange  YWD 1252/3  2 November, 1778

Contents:
Anne Smelter of Sheffield, widow, and John Smelter of Richmond, Sheffield in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire gentleman, exchanges lands at Darnall, Sheffield with Thomas Staniforth of Liverpool

Lease  YWD 1252/4  27 December, 1659

Contents:
Matthew Bloome of Attercliffe, Sheffield, clerk, and James Wilson and James Nickollson of the same, to John Wright of Attercliffe, Sheffield, husbandman. Lands in the fields of Attercliffe, Sheffield for 1,000 years at a peppercorn rent; as part of their duty as executors of Robert Hoole late of Attercliffe, Sheffield

Assignment of this lease by Joseph, John Wright's son, to William Dungworth of Attercliffe, Sheffield  YWD 1252/5  3 March, 1670

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1252/6a-b  16 June, 1785

Contents:
Joseph Nicholson and Phineas Smith of Attercliffe, Sheffield to Thomas Staniforth of Liverpool. A small piece of field land at Acres Hill, Sheffield

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1252/7a-b  15, 16 April, 1801

Contents:
John Younge of Sheffield, gentleman (devisee named in the will of Ellen Challenor lately deceased, spinster) to Thomas Staniforth of Liverpool. The Alder Greave or Owler Greave and the Stoop Gate Field, for £450

Agreement, and marriage settlement (lease and release)  YWD 1252/8a-c  8-10 November, 1705

Contents:
John Grammer of Bakewell, mercer, and Elizabeth Stanyforth of Darnall, Sheffield, widow. A messuage called the Pearsgreave at Cawthorne, and other messuages and many closes named

Will of John Staniforth of Darnall, Sheffield  YWD 1252/9  2 July, 1658

Abstract of title  YWD 1252/10  n.d

Contents:
Of William Harrison of Orgrave in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, esquire to three closes at Darnall, Sheffield, Yorkshire

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1252/11a-b  January, 1791

Contents:
William Harrison to Thomas Staniforth of Liverpool; three closes at Darnall, Sheffield 3-4

Grant  YWD 1252/12  30 May, 1780

Contents:
Duke of Norfolk to Thomas Staniforth. Chief rents due for his land in Darnall, Sheffield and Attercliffe, Sheffield

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1252/13a-b  15 - 16 August, 1805

Contents:
John Porter of Sheffield, grocer, to Samuel Staniforth of Liverpool. The Far Park Field in Darnall, Sheffield

Conveyance  YWD 1252/14  25 March, 1683

Contents:
William Spencer of Attercliffe, Sheffield (parish of Sheffield) gentleman, to John Staniforth of Darnall, Sheffield (parish of Sheffield) gentleman. Two thirds of the tithe of the lands of John Staniforth in Tynslow (parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire) for £18

Conveyance  YWD 1252/15  28 - 29 September, 1781

Contents:
William Harrison to Thomas Staniforth. 3 pieces of land in Darnall, Sheffield

"Deepcar Land Society: deeds and plans" Bradfield, Yorkshire. Trust deed  YWD 1253/16  1874

Will and probate of Samuel Windle of Brook Hill in Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1258  1860

Contents:
Proved, 5 January, 1860. With a full set of title deeds to land in Furnace Hill, Sheffield back to 1734

Agreement  YWD 1260  1911

Contents:
The Master Silversmiths Association of Sheffield, the Birmingham Jewellers and Silversmiths Association, and London Wholesale Jewellers and Allied Trades Association, agree on joint and consistent action with reference to insolvencies affecting their members. 10 March, 1911. With papers relating to the rules, articles, etc. of the three associations

Will and probate of Elizabeth Addey of Upperthorpe, Sheffield  YWD 1262/1  1845, 1861

Contents:
Widow of George Addey. Dated 13 December, 1845; died 19 March, 1861. Probate granted to her daughter Mary, wife of Edwin Martin, 30 November, 1861

Copy of the will of George Addey, of Upperthorpe, Sheffield dated 14 February, 1835  YWD 1262/2  1830-1906

Contents:
Died 26 October, 1840. Administration granted to widow and George Wilson of Wakefield, draper, 27 April, 1841.
With appointments of new trustees, leases, conveyances, agreements about the sale, in lots, of the estate, 1836 - 1906. Including a deed of the Sheffield, Rotherham, Yorkshire and Parkgate Building Society

Agreement and Conveyance  YWD 1405  25 February, 1880

Contents:
The Rev. Thomas Staniforth of Storrs near Windermere, Westmorland to the Rev. J.H. Littlewood late of Darnall, Sheffield now of Felkirk Vicarage and Edward Lister. Land for the widening of Station Road, Darnall, Sheffield

Licence  YWD 1407  1946

Contents:
Major R. T. Stanyforth of Kirkhammerton, Yorkshire Hall allows Duncan Gilmour & Co. Ltd. to erect "The Stanyforth Arms" at the corner of Prince of Wales Road, and a proposed sideroad, Sheffield with papers

Maps, forms, correspondence, about registering Col. E. W. Stanyforth's holdings of coal at Darnall, Sheffield  YWD 1408, 1411  1941

Abstract of the title  YWD 1415/1  1811-1867

Contents:
Of Samuel Cocker to the Cliffe Field at Greystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield and the deeds recited 1832-1851; and deeds relating to Dovehouse Ecclesall, Sheffield

Plan and particulars  YWD 1415/2  1851

Contents:
Sharrow, Sheffield Vale, Porter Steel Works, houses etc. on Dyson Place etc., Sheffield most in the occupation of Samuel Cocker & Son, and at Hathersage, Derbyshire. 8 April, 1851. (Cocker sale: H. R. Younge bought lot 6, a close at Greystones)

Conveyance  YWD 1415/3  8 April, 1867

Contents:
Thomas Wilson of Westbourne, Sheffield, merchant, and William Henry Bacon, of Sheffield, engraver, to Robert Younge of Sheffield, wine merchant. Dovehouse, Ecclesall, Sheffield now divided into four, and land in Wood Lane, Greystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £2,000

Conveyance to lead the uses of a fine  YWD 1416/1  5 May, 1826

Contents:
Abraham Ibbotson of Hallam, filecutter, and all his relatives, to John Hoole of Crookes, Sheffield, tanner. A cutler's grinding wheel on Porter Brook with the Fox Croft and Car Leys and land at Rand Moor, Sheffield for a settlement of their several shares

Conveyance  YWD 1416/2  30 September, 1869

Contents:
William Thomas Spencer, Earl Fitzwilliam, to Robert Younge of Greystones, esquire. A farmhouse on the Porter Brook (opposite Shepherd's Wheel), with Top Hillside, Bottom Hillside and Croft, and various fields in and around Greystones Road and High Storrs Ecclesall, Sheffield for £1,470

Will and probate of Micah Barber, coal merchant, of Kimberworth, Yorkshire in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire  YWD 1417/1  1816-1818

Contents:
Detailed instructions about Greystones Colliery (George Marsden his partner). Sons John, James, Isaac, Ebenezer, William, Samuel. Land at Kimberworth, Yorkshire. Signed 24 August, 1816, as explained in a note by the writer of the original, John Cavill of Rotherham, Yorkshire, schoolmaster. Proved, 5 March, 1818

Will and probate of John Marsden of Greystones in the parish of Sheffield, farmer  YWD 1417/2  1829-1830

Contents:
Brother Ebenezer and Samuel Downend, grocer, are trustees. Children share in Roise Field - Samuel, Mary, Hannah, John and George. 2 April, 1829. Proved 6 February, 1830

Will and probate of Robert Marsden of Whiteley Wood in the parish of Sheffield, saw manufacturer  YWD 1417/3  1814-1822

Contents:
Wife Martha, sons George and Ebenezer, daughter Sarah (wife of Samuel Downend); piece of land called Roise Fields, partners Samuel Mitchell, Joseph Wreaks, William Jessop. Dated 26 January, 1814. Proved 8 June, 1822

Will and probate of John Younge of Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1417/4  1860, 1862

Contents:
Devisee and trustee is his cousin Robert Younge of Greystones, Sheffield for the testator's niece Ann Frances Symons. 15 May, 1860; died 21 May, 1860; proved 13 February, 1862

Conveyance  YWD 1418  14 April, 1859

Contents:
T. C. Burgesses to Robert Younge of Sheffield, wine merchant. A rent charge of 4/- a year arising out of a messuage called Grey Stones, Ecclesall, Sheffield lately Christopher Eyre, now Robert Younge, for £8

Copy conveyance  YWD 1419/1  1811-1826

Contents:
John Ibbotson of Whiteley Wood, yeoman, brother of Joseph Ibbotson, deceased, with all his Marsden nieces and nephews (children of Martha) and his Stead nieces and nephews (children of Mary) and his cousins Abraham Ibbotson of Hallam, filecutter and Henry Ibbotson of Hallam, filecutter, to John Eyre of Sheffield, merchant. Fox Croft near a water mill on the Porter, formerly the Fox Croft, the Great Rough Field, the Little Rough Field and allotment, Sheffield for £515; with a long explanation of the legal position. 18 July, 1826.
Copies of relevant deeds: 1811 - 1826, including wills of Joseph Ibbotson, 1823 and Sarah Stead, 1826

Abstract of the title  YWD 1419/2  1811, [1853]

Contents:
Of a farm and lands at Rand Moor in the parish of Sheffield agreed to be sold by the executors of the late John Eyre to Robert Younge, 1811
Duke's trustees to John Eyre of Sharrow, Sheffield Lane. Messuage on the south side of the road at Rand Moor, and West End of the Near Newlands Close, The Bank, the Croft, the Broadfield, the Broadfield Bottom, the Wood, The Fourday work, the Lower Lord's field, the Broomfield, the Upper Lord's field and an allotment, in the tenure of Joseph Ibbotson (and the Wood contains the tail goit of Ibbotson's Wheel); also includes title to other farms on Jenkin Lane, and Shepherd's Wheel. [1853]

Requisitions on title to land proposed to be sold by J.K. Newbould to R. Younge  YWD 1419/3  1864

Contents:
At Ranmoor and neighbourhood but not apparently the Eyre and Ibbotson land. Also, a plan made by S. E. Holmes from Greystones Road down to the River which seems to be relevant

Conveyance  YWD 1420/1  5, 6 April, 1841

Contents:
Thomas Shaw of Upper Haugh in Rawmarsh, Yorkshire and his relatives, to the Rev. John Knifton Newbold of Sheffield. A dwelling at Greystones Ecclesall, Sheffield with the Clay Pits and the Croft, for £650

Correspondence about the Greystones School, Ecclesall, Sheffield  YWD 1420/2  1859

Conveyance  YWD 1420/3  1865

Contents:
The Rev. John Knifton Newbold, of Sheffield, a widower, to Robert Younge of Sheffield, wine merchant, a bachelor. An estate at Greystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield with map, schedule and history of tenancy, for £4,350. 2 January, 1865. The homestead on corner of Greystones Road and Cow Lane

Conveyance  YWD 1421/1  4 June, 1811

Contents:
The Trustees of the Duke of Norfolk to William Younge, Henry Froggatt, James Deakin and George Badger, merchants. The Holme Wheel on the Porter, Sheffield

Conveyance  YWD 1421/2  15 May, 1817

Contents:
The Trustees of the Duke of Norfolk to Joseph Ibbotson. A wheel on the Porter and property in Ranmoor, Sheffield

Transfers of mortgage  YWD 1421/3  26 November, 1830, 23 May, 1853

Contents:
James Jenkin with Ann Jenkin, James Jenkin of Hazlebarrow and Thomas Hopkin Hazard of Sheffield, to Robert Younge, of an allotment at Greystones Cliff, Ecclesall, Sheffield

Settlement  YWD 1421/4  1840, 1864

Contents:
Made by Samuel Younge on his two surviving sons, Samuel and Robert. 22 and 23 January, 1840.
With deeds arising, to 1864

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1423/1a-b  6, 7 September, 1723

Contents:
Thomas Creswell of Tideswell, Derbyshire a-b yeoman, to Thomas Bright of Greystones, gentleman. Dove House in Ecclesall, Sheffield, with the Pingle, for £130

Conveyance  YWD 1423/2  22 December, 1741

Contents:
Godfrey and John Webster of Chesterfield, Derbyshire tanners and Mary Bright the widow and executrix of Thomas Bright of Greystones, to John Bright of Ecclesall, Sheffield, butcher. Dove House and the Pingle, in Ecclesall, Sheffield in accordance with his father's will

Conveyance  YWD 1423/3  1770, 1810

Contents:
Thomas Walker of Woodford Bridge, Essex, and Peggy his wife, Mary Bright of Little Sheffield, spinster and John Bright of Sheffield, cutler, (Peggy, Mary, and John children of John Bright of Dove House deceased) to Jonathan Hall of Dove House, razorsmith. Dove House etc. Ecclesall, Sheffield for £200. 21 and 22 May, 1770.
Several mortgages and assignments to 1810

Deeds concerning the Rose Fields used as a colliery  YWD 1424  1811-1876

Contents:
Agreement by Blacktins, Marsden, Abram Hill, 1811 and bought by George Wostenholme in 1861, who agreed to sell it to Robert Younge in 1873 and did actually sell it to his devisees in 1876

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1426  1826

Contents:
John Ibbotson of Whiteley Wood, yeoman, eldest brother of Joseph and cousin of Abraham and Henry, to Ebenezer Marsden of Sheffield, saw manufacturer. A cutler's grinding wheel on the Porter Brook, Sheffield for £200 to John Ibbotson and other sums to Ibbotsons and Marsdens who own shares. 14 and 15 July, 1826. (The deed to lead uses is in WYD 1416)

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 1429/1  26 May, 1827

Contents:
Edmund Hind and John Fisher to James Jenkins. Allotments of common at Greystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield - a term begun in 1798

Particulars of sale  YWD 1429/2  29 August, 1845

Contents:
Brightfield House at Highfield (now Sharrow, Sheffield Lane), Oak Brook estate, a farm at Wadsley, Yorkshire, and Sharrow, Sheffield Vale estate, i.e. on the north of the Porter up to Clarkehouse Road, Sheffield. This seems to be the estate of William Wilson, deceased

Mortgage (release only)  YWD 1430  1830-1850

Contents:
Henry Blacktin of Greystones in the tip of Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield sawmaker, to Francis Huntsman of Attercliffe, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, steel refiner. Five messuages at Greystones and the rest of his property, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £300. 7 September, 1830.
Covenant to produce deeds. 13 December, 1839.
Conveyance. Francis Huntsman (now of Crookhill in the parish of Conisbrough) to Robert Younge of Greystones, wine merchant. The same messuages, default having been made in payment, for £275. 16 January, 1850

Conveyance  YWD 1431  1846

Contents:
Hugh Parker now of Doncaster, esquire, and his trustees and mortgagees (following the bankruptcy of Parker, Shore & Co.) to Robert Younge, wine merchant. A farm at Greystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield - homestead with Little Croft, Flatt, Great Cliff Field, Little Cliff Field, Great Crook, Sheffield Little Crook, Sheffield Long Dole, Great Ecclesall, Sheffield, Low Ecclesall, Sheffield, Middle Field, Elm Hole Field, Dobbing Hill Field, Upper and Lower Field in one, Upper and Lower Dobbing Hill Allotments, Spring Field, Car Close, Little Field, Long Field, Lathe Field, Hollins, and various woods, lanes, yards etc. and another homestead, between Dobbing Hill and High Stors road, for £6,250. 3 December, 1846.
Very nice plan by J. Fairbank and Son

Conveyance  YWD 1432/1  11 October, 1844

Contents:
Earl Fitzwilliam and the trustees of the school to Robert Younge. The school house and land, its use as a school having lapsed, for £160

Conveyance.(Lease and release)  YWD 1432/2a-b  12 and 13 November, 1826

Contents:
Earl Fitzwilliam and Viscount Milton to Hugh Parker of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire and other trustees (including Vicar of Sheffield and curate of Ecclesall, Sheffield). A plot of land and the school on it, to certain educational trusts and uses

Mortgage  YWD 1433  1847, 1876

Contents:
Robert Younge to Robert Marsden of 14 Hanover Terrace, Regents Park, Middlesex. Dovehouses, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £5,000. 9 January, 1847.
Abstracts of title of John Neil to this estate.
Repayment of mortgage monies by the family of Otter, 29 Aug. 1876. Related papers

Cutler's wheel on Porter, Sheffield and property in Ecclesall, Sheffield  YWD 1425  [n.d.]

Will and probate of John Bartin of Edge End in Ecclesall, Sheffield, grinder  YWD 1425/1  1757-1758

Contents:
Wife Sarah; son William; lived at Edge End as tenant of John Trevers Younge; had freehold land at Little Common, a cottage at Millhouses held of Lord Rockingham, and a cutler's wheel which he also holds of Rockingham; daughters Ann, Sarah and Betty, under 21.
His executors are John Trevers Younge and his brother-in-law Samuel Clarke. 9 October, 1757. Proved 14 Feb. 1758

Lease, and the counterpart  YWD 1425/2  1794-1801

Contents:
The Duke of Norfolk to Thomas Kinnersley of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, banker. Porter Wheel in Upper Hallam, Sheffield late the leasehold property of Edward Shepperd deceased, but now of Thomas Kinnersley his son-in-law, for 63 years, rent £3.10.0. per year.
28 October, 1794.
Two assignments of the lease. Kinnersley to Anthony Thompson of Whiteley Wood, gentleman. 29 Sept. 1798.
Anthony Thompson to John Eyre of Sheffield, factor.
10 October, 1801

Copy of Will of Thomas Bright of Greystones in Ecclesall, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1425/3  1724

Contents:
His wife Mary (probably Webster), children Thomas, Samuel, John, Mary, Elizabeth; brothers-in-law Paul and Godfrey Webster of Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Dated 9 May, 1724; proved 12 August, 1724

Copy of the will of John Hall of Dove House in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, yeoman  YWD 1425/4  1 April, 1778

Contents:
Wife Ann; sons Jonathan and Joseph; houses at Whitley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, Tapton and Dovehouse.
Cutler's Wheel on the Porter; trustees, his brother-in-law Thomas Rogerson and Edwin Shepherd of Sheffield, merchant

Copy of the Will of John Bright of Nether Little Sheffield, butcher  YWD 1425/5  1748, 1749

Contents:
Messuage at Dovehouse; wife Mary, who is expecting a child; daughters Peggy and Mary; trustees Thomas Crack of Crookesmore Side and Benjamin Newton, his partner. 12 Dec. 1748; proved 27 May, 1749

Release  YWD 1425/6  1 May, 1789

Contents:
Joseph Hall of Sheffield, razorsmith, to his brother Jonathan. £100, due to him from the Dovehouse estate, under his father's will after the death of Ann his mother

Counterpart of lease  YWD 1425/7  21 April, 1795

Contents:
The Duke of Norfolk to Joseph Hawksworth. Fields called Porter Fields, otherwise Little Field, Far Little Field, Cow Pasture and Potato Field with the Bottom near Porter Bridge in Upper Hallam, Sheffield 21 years, £10

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1425/8a-b  7, 8 January, 1788

Contents:
Sarah Barton of Ecclesall, Sheffield Chapel in Ecclesall, Sheffield Township, widow of John Barton late of Edge End, cutler-grinder, deceased, and William Barton of Milnhouses, their son, to John Fisher the younger of Ecclesall, Sheffield Chapel, yeoman. Allotments on Greystones Cliffe recently awarded, for £40

Mortgage  YWD 1425/9  31 October, 1798

Contents:
John Fisher the younger of Ecclesall, Sheffield Chapel, yeoman, to Thomas Bingley of Rotherham, Yorkshire, cornfactor.
Allotments on Greystones Cliffe, bought from Sarah and William Barton, for £100

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 1425/10  5 May, 1806

Contents:
John Fisher and Thomas Bingley to Edward Hind of Sheffield Park, shopkeeper. Allotments on Greystones Cliffe, for the remainder of a term, for £100, the interest having been paid

Legacy papers  YWD 1425/11  1860

Contents:
Estate of John Younge of Sheffield, gentleman, died 21 May, 1860. Robert Younge executor

Title deeds to land at Wormehough  YWD 1434, 1436  n.d

Contents:
Property of the Creswick family and Ecclesall, Sheffield Grange

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 1437/1  24 August, 1864

Contents:
Thomas Nelson of Attercliffe, Sheffield, stone mason, to Nathaniel Creswick of Sheffield, gentleman. Land on Attercliffe Common, Sheffield next Greenland Engine Road, as security for a loan additional to other recited mortgages

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 1437/2  20 May, 1866

Contents:
William Wait of Sheffield, cowkeeper, to Nathaniel Creswick, gentleman. Land in High Street, Park, Sheffield and buildings thereon, security for a loan additional to those in previous recited mortgages

Assignment (and enlargement) of mortgage  YWD 1437/3  5 October, 1861

Contents:
Henry Law of Sheffield, bookkeeper, to Nathaniel Creswick of the same, gentleman. Parcels of land at Walkley, Sheffield on Greaves Street and Langsett Road, formerly part of closes called Rawson Spring Wood, Upper Field, Lower Field, Middle Field, Head Field and Far Leys, for a further sum, additional to loan arranged by recited deeds with Edward Rubbins and John Burnand

Deeds  YWD 1437/4-6  1806-1817

Contents:
(Mortgages, deed to lead uses) relating to the farm at Worm Haugh in Heaton in Leek, Staffordshire of the Gibson family. 1806, 1807, 1816

Conveyance to redeem mortgage  YWD 1437/7  1 March, 1864

Contents:
Eliza New formerly of Sheffield but now of Dewsbury, spinster, to Nathaniel Creswick, of Sheffield, gentleman. A piece of ground in Radford Street formerly in Clay Lands, Sheffield (sold for building by James Wheat), which she has mortgaged first to George Lyle and then to James Perrain, James Shemeld Jubb, and Nathaniel Creswick, who has now agreed to purchase the land and settle up with his co-mortgagees

Life Insurance policy  YWD 1437/8  8 August, 1861

Contents:
Henry Barker Travis, Somerset St. Sheffield, schoolmaster; Pelican Life Insurance Company

Mortgage  YWD 1437/9  11 January, 1867

Contents:
Thomas Grosutt of Sheffield, book-binder, to Nathaniel Creswick of Sheffield, gentleman. A piece of leasehold land in Kenninghall Street in Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield, as security for a loan of £100, to help him pay a debt of £375

Assignment  YWD 1437/10  8 January, 1864

Contents:
William Pagan of Sheffield, draper, assigns to Thomas Pashley and Nathaniel Creswick of Sheffield, solicitors and co-partners, all the sums of money due to him in the collection of Tusting Johnson Cocking, his accountant, as security for debts of his which they have paid and professional services which they have rendered

Settlement Deeds. Thomas Creswick  YWD 1438  [n.d.]

Title deeds to land at Wornehough, Staffordshire  YWD 1439  n.d

Contents:
Property of the Cresswell Family and Eccleshall Grange

Will and probate of John Poole of Buttonhill, yeoman  YWD 1440/1  1774, 1776

Contents:
Son Robert. 11 Aug. 1774; proved 9 Dec. 1776

Mortgages, assignments, reconveyances, etc  YWD 1440/2  1780-1815

Contents:
Beginning with Robert Poole in 1780, to Mary Dickinson of Sheffield, widow, of Button Hill and Wheat Croft, Barn Croft, Middle Field, the Long Lands, the Stoney Lands, the Widow Field, the Meadow Head, the Broad Meadow, the Fork Meadow, Little Simon Hill, Great Simon Hill and Calf Croft, and ending with John Crawshaw of Button Hill, esquire (owner) who again mortgages it to George Wadsworth of Billingley in 1815.
Also, apprenticeship indenture of Thomas Creswick as a silver plater, 1803

Lease  YWD 1441/1  20 April, 1811

Contents:
Thomas Parker of Kidwelly, Carmarthen gentleman, to Thomas Creswick of Sheffield, silverplater. No.17 Craven Street, in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, London for 14 years

Leases  YWD 1441/2  1854-1860

Contents:
James George Antrobus Creswick of Ecclesall, Sheffield Grange to: Joseph Moore, Ecclesall, Sheffield Grange Farm (at Carterknowle), 1854; Thomas Bishop, Wood View Farm in Ecclesall, Sheffield, 1860; Samuel Gardner, "Grange Cliffe" in Millhouses Lane, 1859

Deed of partnership  YWD 1441/3  21 June, 1820

Contents:
Thomas, James and Nathaniel Creswick as silver platers

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1475/1a-b  31 December, 1812

Contents:
The trustees of the estate of Charles Duke of Norfolk to Joseph Ibbotson. A cutler wheel on the Porter Brook, for £800

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 1475/2  12 June, 1849

Contents:
Samuel Blackton of Grey Stones in the township of Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield and parish of Sheffield, farmer, to the Misses Eliza and Ann Barbara Barber, of Sheffield, spinsters, and their trustee Thomas John Creswick. Three cottages, the Rose Fields etc., Sheffield for £600, for the repayment of money borrowed from Joseph Hodgkinson and Francis Rich Rawson, partner

Mortgage  YWD 1475/3  10 April, 1784

Contents:
Joseph Hallatt to Alexander Hallatt. Cottages and the Rose Field at Greystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield

Assignment  YWD 1475/4  1808

Contents:
Ann Brodbelt of Sheffield, spinster, with Alexander Hallatt of Dick Field House, in Ecclesall, Sheffield, farmer and Joseph Hallatt of Upper Hallam, Sheffield (parish of Sheffield) filesmith, to Martin Goddard of Sheffield in the parish of Norton, Derbyshire, gentleman, and his trustee Matthew Furniss of Sheffield, grocer. Their 2/5th parts of three cottages at Greystones and five closes, Ecclesall, Sheffield formerly the Rose Fields but now Upper Rose Field, Square Field, Long Field,
Three-nooked Field and Nether Rose Field, and allotments of common for the remainder of two several terms to secure a loan to Alexander Hallatt of £100. 4 November, 1808

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 1475/5a-b  15, 16 July, 1811

Contents:
John Blacktin of Greystones, carpenter, and his trustee, Thomas Blacktin of Sharrow Moor, Sheffield, currier, to Agnes Huntsman of Attercliffe, Sheffield, widow. Three cottages, Rose Fields, Ecclesall, Sheffield and 3 allotments, for £400

Will and probate of John Blacktin of Gray Stones in the township of Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield and Parish of Sheffield, farmer  YWD 1475/6  1828-1829

Contents:
Provisions include responsibility for paying the mortgage on the Rose Fields, Ecclesall, Sheffield - shells of five dwellings "some time ago erected by me". 12 Sept. 1828; proved 11 April, 1829

Conveyance to uses (lease and release)  YWD 1475/7a-b  13, 14 December, 1839

Contents:
Francis Huntsman of Attercliffe, Sheffield, steel refiner, Committee for John Huntsman of York, a lunatic, and also administrator of Agnes Huntsman, widow, deceased, with the assignees of Henry Blacktin an insolvent debtor and Samuel Blacktin his brother, to Robert Gainsford of Sheffield, gentleman. Blacktin's estate at Gray Stones, Ecclesall, Sheffield

Conveyance  YWD 1475/8  1888

Contents:
The Trustees of the will of Robert Younge convey land at Hunters Bar and beside the proposed new road (now the entrance part of Endcliffe Woods and the Recreation Ground), Sheffield for £5,045 to be used as further pleasure grounds. 1 June, 1888. (Conveyed to Sheffield Corporation)

Deeds filling in the cottages at Grey Stones and the Rose Fields, Ecclesall, Sheffield  YWD 1476/1  1803-1884

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage. Rev. William Jackson and Alexander Hallatt to Ann Brodbelt. 2 July, 1803.
Release to merge in the mortgage. Martin Goddard and others to John Blacktin and others. 10 July, 1811.
Mortgage, Samuel Blacktin to Henry Jubb of Rotherham, Yorkshire and Charles James Creswick of Sheffield, gentleman.
27 Sept. 1852
Transfer of mortgage. Samuel Blacktin and others to E.F. and William Lawton. 22 July, 1856.
Conveyance. Samuel Blacktin and others to John Lloyd of Park Gate in the parish of Rawmarsh. 15 May, 1873.
Conveyance. David Ward of Sheffield, merchant, to Ann Oliver, wife of Edward John Oliver of Ecclesall, Sheffield Road.
The Rose Fields at Graystones Cliffe and the brick works on them with a detailed description of Ward's entitlement to sell; with a map; for £1,500. 9 December, 1884.
Bounded by Greystones Road, High Storrs Road, Dead Lane

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1476/2a-b  3, 4 June, 1811

Contents:
The Trustees of Charles Duke of Norfolk to Thomas Pearson of Sheffield, wine merchant. A dwelling at Brookhouse in Fullwood, with 2 closes called the Leases, and three closes called Oaknalls above Fulwood Schoolhouse and four closes on the west side of Crimicar Lane called Gate Close, Near Close, Middle Close and Far Close and the Great Close and the Long Close, and another dwelling with the Croft, the Great Flatts, the Sour Lands, the Little Whacknow, the Hawthorne Flatt, the Old Fallow, the Little Meadow, the Kirk Gate Field and the Great Meadow; and Fullwood School and the Reynd Leys, and the Allis Croft and the Walkney, Sheffield for £4,500.1.0

Mortgage  YWD 1477/1  1 June, 1784

Contents:
Robert Younge. Greystones estate, Ecclesall, Sheffield: Alexander Hallatt of Little Common in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, taner, to Charles Downes late of Manchester, Lancashire, but now of Grey's Inn in Middlesex, esquire. A fifth share in two cottages (formerly one cottage) a smithy, and 4 closes formerly called the Rosefields but now the Upper Rosefield, the Nether Rosefield, the Square Field and the Three Hooked Fields, for £100

Release to uses  YWD 1477/2  16 July, 1811

Contents:
Abram Hill of Whiteley Wood in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, sawmaker, Robert Marsden of Whitely Wood, saw maker, George Marsden of Dore, Derbyshire fender maker, and Micah Barber of Kimberworth, Yorkshire in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, collier, convey, by direction of Thomas Blacktin of Sharrow Moor, Sheffield in Sheffield, currier, to William Thompson of Sheffield, gentleman, three cottages (formerly one) a smithy etc. to the use of John Blacktin of Greystones, carpenter; the deeds by which the several fifth parts of the property came to John Blacktin (now having purchased the whole) being recited

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 1477/3  2 April, 1800

Contents:
Charles Downes of Annesley Park, Surrey, esquire, with Joseph Hallatt of Upper Hallam, Sheffield, filesmith, and Alexander Hallatt of Little Common in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, to William Jackson of Sheffield, gentleman. A fifth part of the two cottages etc. and three allotments of Common (Greystones Cliff, Ecclesall, Sheffield) for the remainder of the mortgage of 1784, for £100

Conveyance  YWD 1477/4  22 October, 1805

Contents:
Marrison Hallatt of Heeley, Sheffield in Sheffield, labourer, and Sarah his wife, eldest son and heir of Marrison Hallatt of Little Common, blacksmith, a devisee named in the will of Thomas Hallatt of Little Common, tanner, to John Blacktin of Greystones, carpenter. A fifth part of three dwellings and land at Greystones, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire formerly belonging to Alexander Hallatt for £170

Mortgage  YWD 1477/5  16 Dec. 1839

Contents:
Samuel Blacktin of Greystones in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, farmer, and others (trustees for Agnes Huntsman's will and the bankruptcy of Henry Blacktin) to Joseph Hodgkinson of Birley Vale in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, farmer, and Francis Rich Rawson of Sheffield, druggist. The house at Greystones where John Blacktin dwelt and Samuel Blacktin now dwells and two old cottages and the three Rosefields, Ecclesall, Sheffield with other details, for £550

Mortgage  YWD 1477/6  16 May, 1873

Contents:
John Lloyd of Park Gate in the parish of Rawmarsh, gentleman, (who was married at the parish church of Wolverhampton 12 August, 1846 [sic]) to Robert Hadfield of Sheffield, manufacturer. The premises at Greystones, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire for £2,000

Mortgage of a mortgage  YWD 1477/7  17 December, 1875

Contents:
Robert Hadfield to Joseph Gamble and Arthur Thomas, both of Sheffield. 14 July, 1873.
With a further assignment to Arthur Thomas and David Ward, of Sheffield

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1477/8a-b  26, 27 June, 1807

Contents:
John Fisher of Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield farmer, to Abraham Hill, the Marsdens, Micah Barber. 2/5th share of the land Lat Greystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £390

Maps of the Staniforths' lands  YWD 1479  19th. c

Contents:
3 pre-enclosure maps, exchanges of strips in the town fields of Attercliffe, Sheffield, other 19th century plans of land sold for road and railway works, at Darnall, Sheffield

2 Deeds concerning the acquisition of premises in Poole Lane, Liverpool  YWD 1480  1792

Contents:
For Staniforth, Ingram, Bold and Daltera as bankers

Papers  YWD 1481  1850

Contents:
Samuel Staniforth merges his great tithes at Attercliffe, Sheffield and Darnall, Sheffield with freehold; with map

Records not deposited  YWD 1482-1491  [n.d.]

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1492/1a-b  26, 27 October, 1669

Contents:
William Staniforth of Staveley Woodthorpe, Derbyshire mercer, to Godfrey Bright of the same, yeoman. A messuage, a shoppe and a cottage in Sheffield, for £400

Marriage settlement  YWD 1492/2  21 June, 1698

Contents:
Joshua Bayes of Sheffield, gentleman, and Martha his wife, and Elias Wordsworth of Sheffield, mercer, his son-in-law, to Joseph Banks of Sheffield, gentleman. "The Rose and Crown" and a dwelling house adjoining, both in the Market Place of Sheffield, in trust to uses following his marriage to Martha

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1492/3a-b  1776

Contents:
Josias Wordsworth of Wadworth Yorkshire, esquire, cousin and heir of Samuel Wordsworth late of the City of London, merchant, deceased, to John Winter of Sheffield, silver plater. The Rose and Crown at the head of the Market Place in Sheffield, for £1,365. 22 and 23 March, 1776.
Including an agreement to carry out the sale, waiving any rights of Elias or Samuel Wordsworth his brother, both deceased and speaking of "the well-known messuage"

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1492/4a-f  1792, 1793

Contents:
John Turner, merchant, Samuel Marshall, ironmonger, and John Kitchin, cordwainer, all of the same place, executors of the will of John Winter, deceased, to Parsons, Ashforth & Co., silver platers. A messuage at the head of the Market Place, Sheffield formerly an inn called The Rose and Crown but the front part now used as a private dwelling and a shop, with other premises, for £3,050; reciting much family business and many trusts.
26 and 27 September, 1792.
Map, showing that the inn fronted on High Street and it and other properties stretched back to Norfolk Street.
Mortgage by Parsons & Co. to the trustees, 28 and 29 Sept. 1792; reconveyance, 31 Dec. 1793

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1492/5a-d  1794

Contents:
John Parsons to his partners. His share in the property in Market Place, Sheffield 1 and 2 July, 1794.
Conveyance (lease and release). The elder Ashforth to the younger. His share in the property. 1 and 2 July 1794

Release  YWD 1492/6  1801-1869

Contents:
Members of the families of Bayley and Wither to John White, junior. These premises in Market Place, Sheffield, as his share of property left to them all by Ann Helewell, spinster.
2 April, 1801.
Later mortgages, assignments, etc. reverting ultimately to Richard Bayley of Castle Dyke. 1804-1869

Title deeds to Westfield  YWD 1493  1823-1862

Contents:
Left by Rebecca Loftus (widow of Edward) to Francis Carr, sold by Francis' widow to Benjamin Bayley, inherited by Richard Bayley; with copies of wills

Records not deposited  YWD 1494-1505  [n.d.]

Dissolution of Partnership  YWD 1506  1821, 1844

Contents:
Richard Bayley of Castle Dykes, esquire, Benjamin Tingle of Grenoside, Yorkshire, steel refiner and Peter Tingle of Loxley, Sheffield, gentleman, dissolve their partnership as rollers, tilters of steel and wire drawers at Storrs Bridge; Sheffield; after the death, owing them debts, of Joseph Tingle; reciting the report of Samuel Mitchell, accountant. 6 February, 1844.
In the same packet, an apparently unconnected conveyance from Enoch Wiswall to John Webb Weston of land in Moulson Manor, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 14 Sept. 1821

Records not deposited  YWD 1507-1508  [n.d.]

Assignment  YWD 1509  6 July, 1833

Contents:
Thomas Wilkinson Kershaw late of Sheffield, but now of Greenwick, Yorkshire, with the consent of the Trustees of Hollis's Hospital, Sheffield to Richard Bayley of Sheffield, merchant. The leasehold of Castle Dyke farm, Sheffield for £160; with papers

Records not deposited  YWD 1510-1527  [n.d.]

"Morehills" - 2 closes at Little Sheffield  YWD 1528  1659-1899

Contents:
Assignment. George Creswick to William Creswick; reciting lease from the Jessops to William Creswick 8 Jan. 31 Eliz. 13 March, 1659-60.
Assignment. Francis Barlow of Sheffield, vintner, to Robert Brelsforth of the same, cutler. 29 April, 1671.
Mortgage. George Creswick to Robert Brelsforth. 27 July, 1676.
Will and probate of Samuel Creswick of Little Sheffield (wife Eliz., brother James Oates, sons William and Thomas). 15 Feb. 1695/6; 10 Jan. 1709/10.
Partition. James Oates of Clarkehouse in Sheffield, yeoman, to William and Thomas, cutlers, in accordance with their father's will - divides a house standing in Moore Hills in Little Sheffield. 29 Nov. 1709.
Various assignments from 1733, finally to Henry Tudor. Jan. and April, 1778.
Also, grant by Philip Gell of Hopton to Rowland Hodgson of an annuity from land at Tideswell. 28 March, 1820.
Also, particulars of sale for Base Green, 1899

Records not deposited  YWD 1529-1530  [n.d.]

Quitclaim  YWD 1531/1  11 July, 1810

Contents:
Francis Ashby of Tickhill, Yorkshire farmer, and Ann Fisher of the same, widow, to the Rev. Christopher Alderson of Aston, Yorkshire, clerk, as executor of Samuel Sikes of Todwick, Yorkshire gentleman. All actions about the Hens Eggs Closes at Anston with a windmill erected thereon, and monies left by Samuel Sikes to his six grandchildren in agreed proportions

Plan of land at Killarsh, Derbyshire  YWD 1531/2  February 1897 - 19 December 1900

Contents:
The property of M.J.G. Alderson, which the Rector wishes to buy to enlarge the churchyard; with letters (and a telegram from Colombo) about the price, etc

Lease  YWD 1531/3  30 April, 1802

Contents:
George Woodhead of Highfield in the parish of Sheffield, esquire, to George Armitage of Malon Bridge in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire cud parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, ironmaster. A farmhouse at Yadsley with closes called Well Croft, Nether Croft, the Smooth Starf, the Middle Field, the Over Starf, the Nether Starf, with the Bank, the Long Field, the Short field, and the Cow Close or Stoney Flatt with liberty to fell timber, and to dig for minerals, for twenty-one years at a yearly rent of £35.4.9

Shares in the Grand Union Canal strayed from Benjamin Bayley's file  YWD 1531/4  n.d

Records not deposited  YWD 1532-1535  [n.d.]

Articles of partnership  YWD 1536  25 December, 1818

Contents:
Thomas Fernley of Stockport, John Fernley of Portwood in Brimmington and Martin Swindells of Heaton Norris, Lancashire, as cotton-spinners. Place to be decided on

Record not deposited  YWD 1537  [n.d.]

Lease (not executed)  YWD 1538/1  1805

Contents:
Thomas Holy of Sheffield esquire to George Hancock, mason. Land in Barley Lane, Sheffield

Marriage settlement (lease and release)  YWD 1538/2a-b  1840-1877

Contents:
Ann Holy of West Lodge in Sheffield, spinster, to Thomas Beard Holy of Norton House, Derbyshire, esquire, Samuel Lea Brodbent of Manchester, silk merchant, and William Cadman of Handworth Grange in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, esquire. All the estate (in the West Street - Broomhall area, Yorkshire) in trust to uses, in consideration of her intended marriage to Thomas Broadbent of Manchester. 2 and 3 June, 1840.
The rest of the packet consists of mortgages of parts of this property finally redeemed, for the most part, by Thomas Ernest Boyd Broadbent of Thorp Arch near Tadcaster. 1840-1877

Record not deposited  YWD 1539  [n.d.]

Two deeds of gift from Thomas Beard Holy to his sister Ann Holy of the property in 1538 marriage settlement  YWD 1540a-b  1831, 1838

Opinion on deeds of gift re Broadbent - Holy marriage Settlement  YWD 1541  n.d

Records not deposited  YWD 1542-1546  [n.d.]

Conveyance and release  YWD 1547a-b  14 November, 1887

Contents:
T.E.B. Broadbent to the trustees and executors of Joseph Holdsworth Fernley, deceased, his mother's cousin; allocating his share of this inheritance to pay debts

Records not deposited  YWD 1548-1624  [n.d.]

Will and probate of Joseph Wilson of Westbrook in Sheffield, esquire  YWD 1625  8 April, 1829

Contents:
Proved 31 June, 1829

Records not deposited  YWD 1626-1628  [n.d.]

Miscellaneous papers relating to the Wilsons' estates at Sharrow, Sheffield  YWD 1629  1887, 1891

Contents:
Plan and particulars of sale of the Clifford estate, 20 September, 1887, and
Conveyance of [Sharrow, Sheffield Green Cottage] by the trustees of the Rev. G.M. Sykes to the trustees of Alfred Wilson (both deceased); reciting a lease Dec. 1794 for 99 years from Dennis Sykes of Sheffield, cutler to the Rev. Alexander Mackenzie; to merge the remainder of the lease in the inheritance. 27 May, 1891

The lease recited in 1629  YWD 1630  1629-1887

Contents:
(With plan; no house there); conveyance by the allottees of allotments 1 to 27 on Sharrow Moor, Sheffield to Dennis Sykes, with plan, 5 Feb. 1789; conveyance by the trustees of the Rev. G.M. Sykes to the trustees of Alfred Wilson of land on the east side of Bagshot Street, 23 November, 1887.
With receipts for Dennis Syke's payments to the vendors (1789) and W. Fairbank's bill for surveying

Conveyance  YWD 1631  n.d

Contents:
Premises on Sharrow Moor, Sheffield

Deeds of gift  YWD 1632  n.d

Contents:
Land at Walkeley, Sheffield

Records not deposited  YWD 1633-1661  [n.d.]

Lease  YWD 1662-1663  1812-1854

Contents:
Thomas Wilson of Clifford in the parish of Sheffield to William Loy. A messuage late in the possession of John Hunter deceased, and closes. 29 March, 1812.
Assignment of lease in trust (i.e. Wilson's own lease). Philip Gell of Hopton's trustee to Thomas Wilson's trustee. The same premises. 30 May, 1818.
Conveyance (lease and release). Philip Gell of Hopton, esquire, to Thomas Wilson of Clifford in the parish of Sheffield, esquire. A messuage late in the occupation of John Hunter (No. 177 on the map of the Broomhall estate) and now of Wilson, and closes called Further Psalter Lane Field, the Upper Psalter Lane Field, Lower Close, the Little Close, the Allotment, the Long Close and the Upper Close, Sheffield for £4,005. 29 and 30 May, 1818.
Conveyance by Joseph Wilson of Clifford to Henry Wilson of Westbrook his brother, of his moiety of these premises, inherited from their brother Thomas. 25 March, 1854. There is a mysterious allusion to Joseph's marriage at Marylebone, London in the same year.
Schedule of deeds relating to Hunter Farm, 1854; and an elaborate abstract of Philip Gell's title to the Broomhall estate, Sheffield.
Copy of a mortgage by George Radley, druggist, to George Rawlinson, scissorsmith, of leasehold land (lessor, Joseph Read of The Mill)

Records not deposited  YWD 1664-1679  [n.d.]

Miscellaneous deeds relating to Carlton in the parish of Royston, and Swinton  YWD 1680  1727-1744

Contents:
Mortgages by the family of Bingley, 1727-1744; will of Elizabeth Pitt daughter of Godfrey Bingley (proved 1806); settlement by the heirs of Elizabeth Wainwright; will of Mary Hawksworth of Carlton; the connecting link being Henry Rimington of Carlton (as trustee, executor, etc.)

Records not deposited  YWD 1681-1693  [n.d.]

Lease  YWD 1694  1726-1793

Contents:
Edmund Lambert of Manchester, Lancashire, linnendraper, to George Carr of Sheffield, cutler. A spott or platt of ground in White's Close near West Bar Green, for 800 years at 12/- a year. 25 March, 1726.
Assignment. Carr to Nathan Mycock. 1 July, 1728.
Mortgage. Mycock to Rebecca Turner of Treeton. 8 April, 1729.
Assignment. Mycock to Henry Newton. 25 August, 1735.
Assignment. Mycock to Newton. 1 February, 1750/51.
Will of Henry Newton of Wickersley, yeoman. Two houses in White Croft. 26 March, 1760.
Mortgage. James Newton (with Henry Newton and Ellen Bettany his son and daughter) to Thomas Moxon. 14 Dec. 1793

Lease  YWD 1695/1  25 March, 1727

Contents:
Edmund Lambert of Manchester, Lancashire, linnen-draper, to Henry Higginbottom of Upperthorpe, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, mason. A spott or platt of ground in White's Close near Westbarr Green in Sheffield, with the free use of a draw well which is to be made, for 800 years, at 11/- a year

Assignment of lease  YWD 1695/2  12 April, 1782

Contents:
Michael Firth of Sheffield Park, coalminer, and Anne his wife, daughter of Henry Higgin-bottom, deceased, to John Parker of Sheffield, gentleman. The remainder of the lease from Edmund Lambert, for £75

Will and probate of Elizabeth Andrews of Sheffield, widow  YWD 1695/3  1789

Contents:
To be buried at Eckington, Derbyshire, near her late husband. Evidently she lives with John Richardson of Sheffield, silverplater, and Elizabeth his wife; other women legatees are Ann Hutton of Marsh Lane, Hannah Poynton of Sheffield, Sarah Hewitt of Dronfield, Derbyshire Woodhouse, Mary Poynton of Treeton, Elizabeth Mullings of Eckington, Derbyshire (husbands named).
Executor, Hugh Cheney of Sheffield, surgeon. 20 January, 1789; proved, 21 April, 1739

Lease  YWD 1697  29 May 1800

Contents:
Robert Unwin of Sheffield, carpenter, to John Pinder of Little Sheffield, fire ironmonger. Piece of land in Broonfield, for building: 800 years, £1.12.10

Records not deposited  YWD 1698-1738  [n.d.]

A further group of deeds relating to the properties, relationship and trusteeship of Rowland Hodgson and Henry Tudor  YWD 1739-1740  n.d

Marriage settlement  YWD 1741  17 March, 1780

Contents:
James Hargraves of Liverpool, hatter, and Esther Molyneux of Liverpool

Will and probate of George Marriott of Sheffield, file manufacturer  YWD 1742/1  1834-1835

Contents:
Wife Sarah; trustees, his friend Thomas Nicholson of Green Lane and his son-in-law Charles Atkinson; daughters Lucy Marriott and Eliza Atkinson.
Property in Smithfield, Sheffield; 15 March, 1834; proved 19 August, 1835

Administration of the will of Joseph Hawke late of Wakefield, deceased  YWD 1742/2  8 June, 1841

Contents:
Granted to his brother John Hawke of Nether Bradfield, Yorkshire, labourer and his sister Gertrude Marshall of Whiteley Wood, widow

Will and probate of Charles Atkinson  YWD 1742/3  22 January, 1878, 10 February, 1879

Contents:
Proved 24 April, 1879

Charles Atkinson's shares in the Liverpool Shipbuilding Co. first issue 1865  YWD 1743-1744  1865

Records not deposited  YWD 1745-1746  [n.d.]

Contract  YWD 1747  16 May, 1867

Contents:
Between Samuel Roberts of Queens Tower, Sheffield, esquire, surviving trustee of the settlement of the late Rev. Jonathan Alderson and Anna Maria his wife, with John Jarratt and John Gregory, of Sheffield, brickmakers and contractors, about taking clay from under part of the Highfield House estate, Sheffield for brickmaking; Samuel Furness Holmes, surveyor

Appointment and settlement  YWD 1748  20 May, 1833

Contents:
The Rev. Jonathan Alderson the elder of Harthill, Rector of Harthill, and Anne Maria his wife, to James Rimington of Broomhead Hall and the Rev. Alexander Crawford Bromehead of Eckington, Derbyshire, clerk. The whole estate of the late George Woodhead (Killamarsh, Derbyshire, Nether Bradfield, Sheffield, Newfield Green etc.) in trust, reciting previous trusts, and with the consent of Rowland Hodgson of Highfield (parish of Sheffield) and John Sturt of Wales, Yorkshire

Marriage settlement (lease and release - lease missing)  YWD 1750/1  23, 24 January, 1743

Contents:
John Woodhead of Hallfield in the chappelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire and parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, and Elizabeth Stead, sister of Thomas Stead of Burrow Lee in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire and daughter of Thomas Stead late of Onesacre in the same parish. The trustees are Thomas Stead of Burrow Lea and Joseph Woodhead of Handsworth, Sheffield. The property is Broggin Ing and closes called House Field, Great Meadow, Little Meadow, the Croft, the Long Toft, the Three Bagg Tolls and the Round Croft, and a dwelling and closes at Grenoside, Yorkshire, Sheffield

Messuage and closes at Little Sheffield  YWD 1750/2-4  1753-1776

Contents:
An incomplete set of deeds, comprising:-
Edward Shepherd of Sheffield, factor, on behalf of Thomas Crosland the elder of Ecclesall, Sheffield, cutler and Katherine his wife, and Thomas Crosland, the younger, assigns a mortgage to Adam Broomhead of Heley, cutler. 18 August, 1753.
Lease and release. Jonathan Gray of Sheffield, blacksmith, and Sarah his wife, to James Blundall of Leverpool, combmaker, and Mary his wife.
All claims, etc. 8 and 9 March, 1754.
Lease for a year. Joseph Broomhead and Benjamin Broomhead of Sheffield, factors, George Greaves of Sheffield, merchant, William Parker of Sheffield, merchant, and Thomas Newbould of the same, shearsmith, assignees of the estate of Joseph Wilson of Highfield, merchant, dealer and chapman, and Joseph Wilson himself, to Samuel Walker of Masbrough in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, ironfounder. The messuage called Highfield, and dwellinghouses there, and a close. 4 April, 1776

Redemption of land tax on the several estates of George Woodhead  YWD 1751  1800

Undertaking made to the Rev. George and the Rev. Christopher Alderson for building walls between their property and the intended Church of Saint Barnabas, Highfield, Sheffield  YWD 1753  1873

Will [original] of George Woodhead of Highfield in the parish of Sheffield  YWD 1754  1806, 1808

Contents:
Wife Sarah; niece and adopted child Anna Maria Alderson, wife of Rev. Jonathan Alderson; Rowland Hodgson (Anna Maria's brother); a very long list of friends, tenants, relatives and particulars of rents, etc. 8 August, 1806.
With a separate paper directing action about debts. 30 April, 1808

Articles before the marriage of Thomas Beard Holy of Endcliffe near Sheffield, esquire, and Charlotte Maria Alderson, daughter of the Rev. Jonathan Alderson, Rector of Harthill  YWD 1756  4 December, 1845

Land at Little Sheffield  YWD 1766/1-9  1743-1785

Contents:
Conveyance (lease and release). Thomas Crosland the elder of Ecclesall, Sheffield, cutler, and Katherine his wife, and Thomas Crosland the younger, to John Hollis of the parish of Saint Andrew, Holborn, Middlesex gentleman. Two dwelling houses and a close at Little Sheffield, to be tenant and suffer a recovery to be brought by Edward Shepheard of Sheffield, cutler, to lead uses; Edward Shepheard lending money. 18 and 19 April, 1743.
The mortgage (lease and release). 5 and 6 December, 1743.
Mortgage. Joseph Wilson of Highfield in Ecclesall, Sheffield, factor, and Ann his wife, to Walter Oborne of Sheffield, esquire. The messuage at High Field and four dwellinghouses and a close, and a messuage and four dwellings and 2 closes (Upper and Nether Narr Fields) at Dobbin Hill in Ecclesall, Sheffield for £600. 12 April, 1766.
Assignment (lease and release) of this mortgage by Walter Oborne to Joseph and Benjamin Broomhead. 20 and 21 January, 1775.
John Parker of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, esquire, Samuel Dawson of Sheffield, gentleman, and Kenyon Parker of Sheffield, gentleman, commissioners in the bankruptcy of Joseph Wilson of Highfield, to George Greaves of Sheffield, merchant, William Parker of Sheffield, merchant, and Thomas Newbould of Sheffield, shearsmith. The estate, to settle the affairs. 16 Jan. 1776.
Deed to lead the uses of a fine.
James Blundall of Liverpool and Mary his wife (sister of Thomas Crosland) to George Greaves and others.
Houses at Highfield. 1 July, 1776, and before Trinity 1776.
Conveyance (lease and release). The sons of Samuel Walker of Masbrough, ironfounder, deceased, to George Woodhead of Highfield. Houses and property at Highfield. 6 and 7 October, 1785

Leases  YWD 1767/1-2  1802-1803

Contents:
George Woodhead of High Field in the parish of Sheffield, esquire, to -
Robert Wreaks of Sheffield, druggist, a plot of ground in George Street extending back to Mulberry Street, Sheffield and messuage divided into five tenements for 99 years at £20 a year. 18 August, 1803. Plan.
To -
Charles Drury of Dronfield, Derbyshire, gentleman, and Edward Drury of Sheffield, builder. Land on the east side of George Street at the corner of Norfolk Street, Sheffield "opposite the dwellinghouse of Mr. Thomas Watson" for 99 years at £7.6.8. a year rising in seven years to £22. 26 Aug. 1802

Will and probate of George Woodhead  YWD 1768  2 June, 1813

Contents:
Proved 3 December, 1813. With appointments by Anna Maria and Augusta Mary Alderson of their shares in their own favour, 1849 and 1852, and a deed poll, 1843 by the Rev. Jonathan Alderson and his wife Anna Maria partially altering the trusts

Two copies of the will and probate of the Rev. Jonathan Alderson, clerk, Rector of Harthill  YWD 1769  11 Aug. 1847

Contents:
Proved 29 Nov. 1848.
Will and probate (attested second copy) of the Rev. Christopher Alderson, Rector of Eckington, Derbyshire. 26 Nov. 1813; proved 23 May, 1814. (Chris. was Jonathan's father).
Transfers of canal shares 27 Mar. 1816, and burial certificates for Jonathan (79) and Anna Maria (76), both died 1848

Lease  YWD 1770/1  20 April, 1798

Contents:
Anna Maria Hodgson of Highfield in the parish of Sheffield, spinster, to William Marsh of Base Green in the parish of Eckington, Derbyshire, farmer. A dwellinghouse, etc. at Base Green, Eckington, Derbyshire with the lower part of the Middle Car, the Upper part of the Middle Car, Hilly Car, Broomfield Side, Woody part adjoining, Broomfield, Broad Meadow, Broad Meadow Hill Side, Great Crabtree Field, Little Crabtree Field, Croft, Parlour Croft, Calf Croft, Little Pitty Field, Lower Lane End Field, Upper Lane End Field, and several allotments lately taken from the commons, for 15 years at £107 a year

Will and probate of William Ball of Rotherham, Yorkshire, gentleman  YWD 1770/2  23 Nov. 1802

Contents:
Proved 27 April, 1804.
His sister Elizabeth wife of the Rev. Christopher Alderson of Aston, Yorkshire

Conveyance in trust  YWD 1770/3-6  1807-1846

Contents:
The Rev. Christopher Alderson of Aston, clerk, to Christopher Alderson of Tickhill, Yorkshire gentleman, trustee for Jonathan Alderson of Hornby, Yorkshire clerk, who pays £600. The Hartley Closes (3) in Masbrough in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, and a barn, stable and close in Wellgate in Rotherham, Yorkshire 13 July, 1807.
Agreement to sell two of the Masbrough Closes to James Yates. 9 March, 1846.
Plan; measurement by John Rotherham, Yorkshire for Mr. Ball, 1791; compensation agreement by the North Midland Railway.
17 July, 1837

Marriage settlement  YWD 1771/1  19 April, 1770

Contents:
The Rev. Rowland Hodgson of Rawmarsh, Yorkshire, clerk, and Mary, daughter of John Parker of Greystones in the chappelry of Ecclesall, Sheffield, gentleman

Articles previous to the marriage of Hugh Parker  YWD 1771/2  7 September, 1838

Contents:
Son of Hugh Parker of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, esquire, and Sarah Alderson, daughter of the Rev. Jonathan Alderson of Harthill

Elizabeth Chatwynd now of Ipswich  YWD 1777/3  1775, 1789

Contents:
Widow of the Hon. William Richard Chatwynd, sells to William Wheeler an annuity arising out of the manor of Betley, Staffordshire, reciting her marriage settlement. 29 April, 1775.
Paper in a case for debt brought by William wheeler against Elizabeth in the Marshalsea prison; and a note and certificate about insuring the life of Ann Elizabeth, wife of Jeffrey Thomson aged 56, going to reside at Ipswich, taken out by Christopher Alderson. 1789.
And in a case for Mr. Hart's opinion about the possibility of dismissing an unsatisfactory schoolmaster at the school at Eckington, Derbyshire, established under the will of Thomas Cam of Mosbrough

Mortgage  YWD 1778/1-6  1787

Contents:
Thomas Bradbury of Sheffield, baker, son of Joseph Bradbury of Gleadless in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, scythsmith, deceased, to Isaac Shepherd of Greenhill in the parish of Norton, tin plate worker. A barn, cowhouse and the Horse Pasture at Gleadless, for £40. 6 February, 1787.
Further mortgage. 6 August, 1787.
Assignment. Isaac Shepherd, Thomas Bradbury and his brother Joseph to Robert Buxton of Sheffield carpenter as security for £120. 20 May, 1788.
Assignment. Bradbury and Buxton to George Brittain of Sheffield, merchant, and John Newham of Whittington, gentleman. 19 April, 1791.
Assignment. Brittain and Bradbury to Edward Hind of Sheffield Park, shopkeeper, Newham being deceased; Bradbury, now of Silkstone, Yorkshire Furnace. 7 Dec. 1802.
Conveyance. Bradbury and mortgagees to Rev. Jonathan Alderson of Killamarsh, Derbyshire, for £145. 22 May, 1804

Lease  YWD 1779  24 December, 1821

Contents:
The Rev. Jonathan Alderson of Harthill, Rector of Harthill to Jonathan Rhodes of Sheffield Park, coalminer Coal under thirteen closes at Handsworth, Sheffield - 184 Upper Cow Pasture, 185 Nether Cow Pasture, and 1205 Far Carr, 1206 Middle Carr, 1207 Near Carr, 1208 Hilly Carr, 1213 Parlour Croft, 1214 Great Crabtree Field, 1215 the Little Crabtree Field, 1216 the Little Pitty Field, 1217 Calf Croft, 1218 Lower Lane End Field, 1219 Upper Lane End Field in Eckington, Derbyshire parish. Map by W. and J. Fairbank shows the whole estate to be one - across the parish boundary for 25 years with full list of payments, activities allowed and reservations

Middle Field House in Bradfield Dale, Yorkshire, with Middle Field, Cross Field, Farr Field, Coit Field, Coit Field Meadow, Meg Croft  YWD 1780/1  1749-1759

Contents:
Copy of the will of Richard Broomshead, 2 September, 1749. Bond. Thomas Broomhead of Wortley, butcher, and Rebecca his wife, bound to Samuel Shore of Sheffield, gentleman in £700, to repay a mortgage taken out by surrender in Sheffield manor court. 28 May, 1754.
Bond. Thomas Broomhead of Wortley, butcher and Katherine his wife, and Samuel Shore, assign the debt to Joseph Hawksworth [says Hawksley in the bond, but must be wrong] of Bradfield, Yorkshire, schoolmaster. 22 May, 1759

Settlement  YWD 1780/2  5 June, 1777

Contents:
Anna Hawksworth of Bradfield, Yorkshire, widow of Joseph Hawksworth of Repton, agrees with Joseph Jones of Sheffield, plate worker, Joseph Hawsworth of Repton, Derbyshire gentleman, Matthew Hawksworth of Stubbin, yeoman, Hugh Spooner of Sheffield, linen draper, and Samuel Turner of Sheffield, mercer, regarding her share of her husband's estate and certain arrangements to be made to enable legacies to be paid

Enfranchisement  YWD 1780/3  1785, 1790

Contents:
Charles Howard Earl of Surrey enfranchises Joseph Hawksworth of Repton, Derbyshire, gentleman, of manorial dues etc. for Beaumont House, Hamnet House and Rocher End. 10 January, 1785.
Attested copy of conveyance by Joseph Hawksworth of Repton, Derbyshire [Anna's son?] to Thomas Hawksworth of Tamworth Warwickshire woollen draper and his trustee. 2 Feb. 1790.
Abstract of title of Thomas Hawksworth (beginning 1709).
Conveyance. Thomas Hawksworth and his mortgagees to George Woodhead of Highfield. 6 and 7 October, 1790

Will and probate (two copies) of William Mason M.A. Rector of Aston  YWD 1781  1794, 1797

Contents:
With a sworn statement by the Rev. Christopher Alderson about how and where he found the original will. 29 April, 1794; proved 3 May, 1797

Record not deposited  YWD 1782  [n.d.]

Wills connected with Woodhead and Alderson  YWD 1783  [n.d.]

Contents:
Original number in brackets

Copy - John Parker of Graystones in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1783/1  29 December, 1778

Contents:
Father of Mary Hodgson and Sarah Woodhead

Francis Ashby of Kiveton gentleman, (2)  YWD 1783/2  25 July 1761

Contents:
Proved 20 April, 1762

Samuel Ashbey of Tickhill gentleman. (5)  YWD 1783/3  2 April, 1768

Contents:
Proved 3 July, 1790

Francis Ashbey of Tickhill, Yorkshire gentleman. (6)  YWD 1783/4  20 Aug. 1785

Contents:
Proved 10 April, 1788

Copy. Will of John Ball of Aston gentleman. (1)  YWD 1783/5  13 March, 1755

Copy. Will of Benjamin Handley of Ulley, Yorkshire Yeoman. (8)  YWD 1783/6  11 March, 1793

Copy or Draft. Will of Rachel Rose of Macclesfield, Chester, widow. (13)  YWD 1783/7  1781

Copy. Will of Matthew Keaton of Thribergh farmer. (13)  YWD 1783/8  2 February, 1804

Copy. Will of John Lambert of Kiveton in the parish of Harthill gentleman. (14)  YWD 1783/9  5 November, 1753

Copy. Will of Anthony Saint Leger of Park Hill in the parish of Firbeck esquire. (19)  YWD 1783/10  14 January, 1785

Contents:
With codicils

Copy. Will of the Right Hon. Robert, Earl of Holderness; with notes. (21)  YWD 1783/11  14 February, 1778

Copy. Will of Jonathan Bromehead of Eckington, Derbyshire. (22)  YWD 1783/12  14 February, 1789

Will and probate of Elizabeth Houldsworth of Sheffield, widow. (23)  YWD 1783/13  19 April, 1606

Contents:
Proved 31 August, 1807

Copy. Will of John Newbould of Handsworth, Sheffield Woodhouse tanner. (47)  YWD 1783/14  14 March, 1775

Records not deposited  YWD 1784-1785  [n.d.]

Will and probate of the Right Hon. Mary Countess Dowager of Holderness  YWD 1786  23 July, 1801

Contents:
Proved 13 November, 1801. Executor the Rev. Christopher Alderson

Abstract of title of Harangton Offley Shore, Sidney Foye Shore and Offley Bohun Shore  YWD 1787  1757, 1871

Contents:
To land granted on lease for 800 years to the Rev. Jonathan Alderson at Park Gate in the parish of Sheffield. This land is Park Field, the Mattwells and Skargell Field, formerly called Long Field, Skargell Field and High Close or Hanging Field, in Little Sheffield on the east side of the lane from Little Sheffield to Heeley, Sheffield Bridge. First deed abstracted is a conveyance from William Battie of Sheffield, gentleman, to Samuel Shore of Sheffield, gentleman. 12 February, 1757. 1871.
The rest of the Abstract contains accounts, in immense detail of the lawsuits etc. for the settlement of the Shore wills and the involvement of the family in the bankruptcy of Parker Shore & Co. The land finally shown in a small plan as unsold is that between Chesterfield, Derbyshire Road and

Feoffment and other deeds  YWD 1791  1711-1788

Contents:
A cottage at Newfield Green in Nether Hallam, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield and three closes - Upper Spring Meadow, Nether Spring Meadow, and Little Stubbing.
Feoffment. Isaac Fenthan of Eckington, Derbyshire and Hannah his wife (daughter of Hannah Revill, daughter of Thomas Revill, by her husband Thomas Kay) to Anne Fayram of Carleton in Lindrick, Nottinghamshire, widow, for £127. 28 September, 1711. With a bond for performance.
Deed to lead uses. John Stacy of Carlton in Lindrick, yeoman, makes John Jackson of Wath, Yorkshire yeoman, a tenant to suffer a fine. 1 January, 1731/2.
Mortgage (lease and release). Malin Stacy of Sheffield, cutler, brother of John Stacy of Misterton, Nottinghire yeoman deceased, who was nephew and heir of John Stacy late of Misterton, and June his wife, to Robert Brownhill of Heeley, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, yeoman, for £100, endorsed with a further loan. 24 and 25 March, 1748.
Conveyance (lease and release). Malin Stacy, with Jane his wife, and Mary, mother of John Stacy, and Thomas brother of John Stacy, with Robert Brownhill, to Thomas Holy of Sheffield, buttonmaker, for the mortgage money paid to Brownhill and several other sums to the Stacy brothers. 16 and 17 April, 1751.
Final concords.
Conveyance (lease and release). Thomas Holy of Sheffield, buttonmaker, and Daniel Holy of Sheffield, silverplater, through Thomas Newbould of Sheffield, sheersmith, and James Walton of Thurlstone, oil merchant, trustees of the will of their father, Thomas Holy of Sheffield, buttonmaker, to George Woodhead of Highfield, merchant, for £650.
9 and 10 March, 1778

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1792  1803

Contents:
The Trustees appointed to dispose of part of the estates of Charles, Duke of Norfolk, to George Woodhead of High Field in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield esquire. The Hoyland Close, Middle Close, Far Close, Great Close and garden crofts, adjoining Woodhead's land (on the road to Chesterfield, Derbyshire, east side) for £1,400. 17 and 18 August, 1803.
With a few related papers

"Bay Childers Inn". Deed of Separation  YWD 1795  1735

Contents:
The parties are Robert Holmes of Sheffield, skinner, and Anne his wife; the trustees Matthew Wilson of Wortley Forge in the parish of Wortley, Yorkshire, gentleman, and Christopher Holmes of Sheffield, stockiner; George Walker of Hunshelf in the parish of Penniston, gentleman. The mortgage. The four messuages etc. 2 May, 1735.
Enrolled in chancery

Assignment  YWD 1795/1  26 June, 1769

Contents:
Thomas Lund of Wakefield, druggist, and Joseph Henson of Sheffield, innholder (devisee of Elizabeth Henson his late wife, daughter of Anne late the wife of Christopher Holmes, to Hannah Pickering of Ackworth, spinster. Four messuages and five gardens in Prior Row in Sheffield formerly in the occupation of John Brown, Thomas Bolsover, John Gagg and George Barnes, but now of Revel Homfrey, John Plummer, George Jackson and Matthew Broadhurst, and five gardens in the backside (occupiers slightly different) and two pews in the north loft of the parish church; for the rest of the term of a mortgage already assigned, reciting a settlement

Lease  YWD 1795/2  25 October, 1785

Contents:
Edward Elmsall of Thornhill, Yorkshire esquire and Ellen Clay of Bridgehouses in the parish of Sheffield, spinster. Right of way through, over etc. a way or passage called Mulberry Street, for 999 years at £2 p.a

Reconveyance  YWD 1795/3  27 December, 1785

Contents:
Joseph Henson of Sheffield, victualler, to James Elliott of Sheffield, breeches maker, and Jarvis Henson of the same, cutler. A building formerly a printing office now converted into a dwelling house and workshop, in the occupation of Joseph Hancock, and ground with it, near Prior Row, Sheffield the mortgage on it having been redeemed, in preparation for concluding the sale of the building to John Maltby, schoolmaster

Will and probate of John Maltby of Sheffield, schoolmaster  YWD 1795/4  1786-1787

Contents:
Divides his houses between his children: to John the house where Aaron Rodd dwells, with widow Bolsover in the Chamber and George Ward in the garrett; to his son Thomas the room he now uses as a school and the garretts which Samuel Sant occupies and to his daughter Elizabeth (the executrix) the house in which he now dwells with the two chambers over. [ ] October, 1786. Proved 4 January, 1787

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1795/5  1788

Contents:
Joseph Henson of Sheffield, innkeeper, devisee of his late wife Elizabeth, daughter of Anne, late the wife of Christopher Holmes, stockener, and Jane his now wife, with the representatives of the late Hannah Pickering, mortgagee, to George Woodhead of Highfield, merchant. Premises in High Street [narrow front] and Mulberry Street otherwise Prior Row [long front], Sheffield listing the buildings on it (part of those in the earlier deeds and adjoining property bought from John Maltby's devisees), for £500. 28 and 29 March, 1788.
Map drawn by Jo. Badger (on second sheet of release)

Deed to lead uses  YWD 1795/6  20 December, 1791

Contents:
Solomon Holmes of Doncaster, and Betty his wife, and James Waterhouse Smith of Potter Newton in the parish of Leeds, to William Ward of Sheffield, printer. Messuages in High Street and Waterhouse Croft and the New Hall in Waldershelf in the Parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire with the Croft, the Laith Field, the Overthroarths, the Over or Upper Field, Middle Field, West Croft Paddock, Over or Upper Flatt, Middle Flatt, Whitwell Flatt, Stubbin, Robegrave Beaske, Greavehouse Wood, Hallwood and Stubbin Wood, and Jack House in Westmondhough and the Jack Field, all the property of Henry Waterhouse deceased, in trust to declared uses

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 1796  5 April, 1776

Contents:
Joseph and Samuel Broomhead of Sheffield to Samuel Jonathan Walker of Masbrough, ironfounders. Highfield House, with the consent of Joseph Wilson, the mortgagee and the commissioners in his bankruptcy

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1797/1a-b  28, 29 May, 1741

Contents:
John Brownell of Heeley, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, scythesmith, (brother and heir of Henry Brownell, scythesmith, deceased) to Henry Brownell his youngest son. A close in Heeley, Sheffield formerly called the Two days work and now Nether Dole, with a wood adjoining, for 10/-d

Conveyance  YWD 1797/2  30 January, 1772

Contents:
Henry Brownell the younger of Heeley, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, yeoman, to Luke Brownell of Newfield Green in the same parish, yeoman. A dwelling house in Heeley, Sheffield now in the possession of Henry Brownell, his father, formerly purchased from Samuel Blythe and his wife, and two cottages purchased of William Smith, also in the possession of Henry Brownell the elder, and two closes formerly belonging to John Cartwright (possession Henry Brownell the elder) and a cottage and Denton Dole in the possession of John Dale, for £100; reciting the surrenders made by his father and himself in the manor court of Ecclesall, Sheffield

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1797/3  1773-1788

Contents:
Henry Brownell of Heeley, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, yeoman, and Ann his wife, to Thomas Mower of Sheffield, currier. A close at Heeley, Sheffield formerly called the two Day Work but now Nether Doles, in the possession of John Dale, for £95. 29 and 30 April, 1773.
Conveyance (lease and release). Thomas Mower to William Mapplebeck of Heeley, Sheffield, sheriffs officer. The same, for £140. 16 and 17 November, 1773.
Mapplebeck mortgages to Kenyon Parker, 7 Feb. 1775, and conveys 6 October, 1788

Half of a lease from the Duke of Norfolk to Thomas Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire gentleman  YWD 1814/1  1815

Contents:
Two closes between Parkin Wood and Blackburn. [ ]. 10 January, 1770.
Copy of the Act for exchanging and settling parts of the estate of Charles Duke of Norfolk, 1814.
Abstract of the Will of Charles Duke of Norfolk. 25 November, 1815

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1814/2a-b  24, 25 March, 1824

Contents:
Henry Howard of Corby Castle, esquire, to Catherine Parkin of Mortomley (aged about 20, through her guardians and trustees, Thomas and Ann Barraclough, Henry Longden and George Newton). Two messuages at Mortomley Lane End, with Little Close, Little Clay Lands, the Stubbing, the Great Clay Lands, the Coal Pit Close, the Nether Gout Acre, the Sick, the Upper Goat Acre, for £1,260

Abstract of the title  YWD 1815  1603-1808

Contents:
Of William Parkin, an infant, to the manor of Darley and to a parcel of waste ground in the manor of Worsbrough Dale, Yorkshire.
Begins 1603; ends with will of Thomas Parkin 1808. The originals are in this collection. Case for the opinion of Mr. James Burroughs', with his answers about Darley manor, 1813.
Deed to make a tenant (lease and release). Thomas Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, esquire, (only son of Thomas Parkin of the same, who was nephew of William Parkin), to Joseph Allen of Furnival's Inn. The manor of Darley or Bank Top in Worsbrough Dale, Yorkshire (described in detail) to suffer a recovery to be brought by the Rev. James Dixon of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. 25 and 26 January, 1791.
The recovery, Hilary Term, 31 George III.
Correspondence, extracts from the Worsbrough, Yorkshire register, Schedule of deeds relating to the Bank End estate, undertaken to be produced by William Radclyffe, Rouge Croix, then living there [1814] and similar legal papers; and Boundaries of the manor of Worsbrough, Yorkshire, accompanying an agreement between the Earl of Strafford and William Parkyns of Mortomley, 1756

Marriage settlement (lease and release)  YWD 1816  1827-1907

Contents:
Catherine Parkin of Mortomley Hall in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, spinster, conveys to trustees the Manor of Darley, Darley Hall, and messuages and closes at Mortomley and Well Hill described, to uses, in consideration of her intended marriage to John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire, tanner. 5 and 6 April, 1827.
Endorsed with a note of the mortgage of the same estate in 1907.
Will and probate of John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, esquire. 2 March, 1874; with codicils. Jeffcock died 7 Sept. 1878; proved, 11 October, 1878.
Wife dead; daughter Elizabeth Ann; son John Thomas

Coal leases  YWD 1817  1902-1921

Contents:
W. P. Jeffcock to the Barrow Haematite Steel Company Ltd., 1902 (with counterpart) and 1920, and the London Bunkering Company Limited, 1921

Correspondence and papers about shares in the Sheffield Banking Company and the Sheffield Waterworks  YWD 1818  c. 1879

Mortgage  YWD 1820  12 September 1904

Contents:
F.J.C. Jeffcock to W. P. Jeffcock and C.A.C. Jeffcock. Properties at Well Hill, Penistone, Yorkshire

Marriage settlement  YWD 1823  24 May, 1861

Contents:
The Rev. John Thomas Jeffcock of Swaffham, Norfolk clerk, son of John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire, and Alicia Ann Everard, daughter of the Rev. Salisbury Everard, Vicar of Swaffham

Counterpart of Lease  YWD 1824  30 July, 1879

Contents:
The Rev. John Thomas Jeffcock, Rector of Wolverhampton, Staffordshire to Thomas Chambers Newton, George Dawson and Arthur Marshall Chambers of Thorncliffe Iron Works, ironmasters. A close called Low Bottoms and part of another called Swans Land, at Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire for thirty years at £25 p.a. The minerals are excepted

Packet of papers  YWD 1834  1784-1886

Contents:
"Greengate Lane minutes" - a committee concerned with the liability for repair - one meeting, 3 July, 1828.
Two papers - timber felling, 1784, and tithe commutation, 1840.
Valuation of land needed for diversion of the Sheffield - Wakefield turnpike, 1836.
Celebration of William Parkyn Jeffcock's coming of age, 1886 - invitations, gifts of beef, etc.
Opinion on a case about Mr. Jeffcock's gamekeeper.
Darley Main and Pindar Oaks Colliery in account with the representatives of the late John Jeffcock esquire [1882].
Manor of Darley: Court Leet of the Great Court Baron of the Rev. John Thomas Jeffcock held at Darley Hall, being the Manor House. 21 December, 1886.
Notices summoning the court for 21 December, 1837, and 21 December, 1831. (William Newman, the steward, is living at the Manor House).
Commissions of John Jeffcock, gentleman, as Cornet, 1835, Lieutenant, 1840, and Captain, 1852, in the West Riding Regiment of yeomanry.
Plan of alterations to Darley Cliffe Road, 1853

Worsbrough, Yorkshire Enclosure Act, 1817  YWD 1835  1817

Contents:
John Jeffcock's copy, with notes

Plan of Mortomley Hall and its closes  YWD 1836  n.d., 1907

Contents:
Ecclesfield, Yorkshire with a table showing the annual value and the tithe value, the property of Miss E.A. Jeffcock (the lunatic) and Mr. C.A.C. Jeffcock.
Similar plan, including also land of Mr. C.A.C. Jeffcock alone, Newton Chambers, Harrison Smith, Midland Railway Co.
Accompanying letters about payment to the Duke [of Norfolk; Coverdale, who is mentioned, was the Duke's clerk], dated 1903

"Mrs. Parkin's rent book"  YWD 1837  1775-1791

Contents:
This is Hannah Parkin: she makes, and often signs "H. Parkin", most of the entries herself. A very few items for other receipts than rent

Copy of the Will of William Parkyn of Mortomley  YWD 1838/1-6  1755

Contents:
Marriage settlement, William Adams of Banketopp in the parish of Darfeild, Yorkshire, gentleman, and Martha Barber, one of the daughters and co-heirs of John Barber late of Gawber Hall in the parish of Darton, Yorkshire, The land settled is Darley Cliffe or Banketopp, with the Rose, the Short Lands, John Roydes, Cawood Close, Pitt Close and Cawood Bottom, Whiteleyes, the West Barkin Close, the East Barkin Close, the Well Close, the Farnall Ings, the North, Middle and South Jaspar Closes, the Nether Royd Ing, Nether Royd, East Common peice and West Common peice; another messuage, several cottages with closes, part of the Snaipe Sike, the Darley Feild, Birkin Cliffe, Birchin Cliffe Bottom, Lobwood Bottom and Thickett Pingle; the trustees are Jonathan Whitlitch of Barnsley, Yorkshire, gentleman, and Joshua Barber of Gawber Hall, gentleman. 11 October, 1699

Lease for a year  YWD 1838  1728-1732

Contents:
John Woodhead of Woodseats in the chappelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, gentleman, to Christopher Wood of Old Mill in Wortley, Yorkshire, fellmonger. A messuage and the Great Eye Field, the Little Rye Field, the Calfe Croft, Crabtree Croft, the Pingle, the Wheatefield, the Square Field, the Wood and the Lane, and the Stones, late the land of John Greaves of Hawfield, gentleman and purchased from him by John Woodhead; all lying at Well Hill in Hunshelf.
Lease. Joshua Wood of Penistone, Yorkshire, innkeeper, to Joseph Wood of Toad Hoale, yeoman. Upper Well Hill, with the Upper Well Hill Close, Nether Well Hill Close, Spring Wood, the Croft that the house stands in and Kitling Croft, for twenty-one years at £7 p.a. 14 April, 1726.
Mortgage. Joshua Wood of Penistone, Yorkshire, innholder and Ann his wife, to William Fenton of Underbank in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire, gentleman. Upper Well Hill and its closes as in the lease to Joseph Wood his brother, for £40. 18 July, 1728.
Endorsed with a receipt for a further loan.
Conveyance (lease and release). Joshua Wood of Penistone, Yorkshire, innholder, and Ann his wife, to Joseph Wood of Well Hill in the same parish, fellmonger. Over Well Hill and its closes, for £300. 1 and 2 August, 1732

Mortgage  YWD 1840/1  4 March, 1659

Contents:
John Addams of Bank Top in the chapelry of Worsbrough, Yorkshire and parish of Darfield, Yorkshire, gentleman, to Francis Usher of Barnesley, Yorkshire mercer. Two cottages near the West end of Darley Clife in Worsbrough Dale, Yorkshire, and four closes called the alkings, for £78.10.0

Marriage settlement  YWD 1840/2  12, 13 October, 1733

Contents:
Thomas Short of Sheffield, doctor of physick, and Mary Allen of Chappell-Towne in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, widow of William Allen. The trustees are William Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, gentleman, and John Bell of Sheffield, linnendraper; the property, three messuages at Westbarr-end in Sheffield, and a close adjoining

Redemption of mortgage  YWD 1840/3  28 June, 1750

Contents:
Joseph Greaves of Renall in Thurlstone in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire yeoman, to William Wood of Billingley in the parish of Darfield, Yorkshire, yeoman. Messuages called the Nether-Well-Hill or Lower-Well-Hill and Over well-hill or Upper-Well-Hill in Hunshelf in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire, and closes called the Great Eye Field, the Little Rye Field, the Calf Croft, the Crabtree Croft, the Pingle, the Wheatfield, the Square Field, the Wood, and the Lane, and a piece of ground called the Stones, all belonging to Nether Well Hill; and the two Over Well Hill Closes, the Little Croft, the Kitlin Croft and the Spring Wood, belonging to Over Well hill, for £100, paid to him at the request of Joshua (yeoman) and Thomas (fellmonger) of Nether Well Hill, sons of Joseph Wood late of Nether Well Hill, fellmonger, who died in February 1745, and Martha his widow, to pay off the mortgage he had taken out; and for a further £150 to Joshua, Thomas and Martha as a loan made by William Wood

Assignment  YWD 1840/4  2 May, 1754

Contents:
The creditors of Joshua Wood of Nether Well Hill, yeoman, and Thomas Wood of the same, fellmonger, assign to William Parkyns of Mortomley, Yorkshire, esquire, the judgments awarded to them, which Parkyns has agreed to pay, as he has contracted to buy the Woods' property

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1840/5a-b  1, 2 May, 1754

Contents:
Joshua Thomas and Martha Wood, with their mortgagee William Wood, to William Parkyns. The property in Penistone, Yorkshire, for £360.13.6. to William and £514.6.6. to the other Woods

Lease  YWD 1840/6  16 March, 1762/3

Contents:
Thomas Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, gentleman, to William Dobson of the same, dealer and chapman. A cottage in Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire with a bay of building or lathing, a threshing floor, a smithy and a mistall, with closes called Great Cross Field, Little Cross Field, the Swains Lands and Salter Close, for twenty-one years at £19 a year

Lease for a year  YWD 1840/7  26 April, 1780

Contents:
John Pearson late of Rotherham, Yorkshire, but now of Mosbrough in the parish of Eckington, Derbyshire, surgeon and apothecary, to Hannah Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire widow. Saint Mary Acre at Mortomley

Feoffment  YWD 1840/8  3 April, 1800

Contents:
Thomas Pashley of Longley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire yeoman, to Thomas Parkin of Mortomley, esquire. An allotment, No.11, on Longley Common in Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, for £31.10.0

Assignment  YWD 1840/9  1 March, 1817

Contents:
Thomas Newman late of Croxton Park but now of Waltham Leicester yeoman, to Henry Longdon the younger of Sheffield, gentleman, George Newton of Thorncliffe Ironworks in the parish of Tankersley, Yorkshire ironfounder, and Ann Barraclough, widow of Thomas Parkin of Mortomley, with her husband Thomas Barraclough of Mortomley, yeoman. Messuages at Hunshelf in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire called Nether Well Hill or Lower Well Hill, and Over Well Hill or Upper Well Hill, with the Pingle, the Rig Field, the Low Holly Field, the High Holly Field, the Well Field, the Rye Field (formerly two - the Great and Little Rye Fields), the Low Green Field, the High Green Field, the House Croft, the Potatoe Croft, and the Killing Croft, for £400, the last sum owing on a mortgage taken out by Thomas Parkin, for the remainder of the term in trust for the purposes of Thomas Parkin's will

Feoffment  YWD 1841/1  1603

Contents:
Sir Hugh Wirrall of Loversall, Yorkshire, knight, (son and heir of Gervase Wirrall late of the same, esquire, deceased) to Humfrey Goodwyn of Rawmarshe, Yorkshire, yeoman. The manor of Darley, with the capital messuage called Darley Hall in Worsburghdale, Yorkshire, in the tenure of Thomas Slack, and the Wilcroft, the Old Royd, the Ladie Royd, a woodground enclosed called the Lobbwood, the Akerode, Cawker, Lingecroft, Neweclose, the Old More, Little Neweclose, parcels in Darley Feild in Worsburghdale, Yorkshire, parcels near the Snapp Sick, a chief rent issuing from the Riddinge (part of the inheritance of Gervase Rockley, esquire), a chief rent issuing from Birkincliff (the inheritance of Robert Castleford), and a chief rent from Dawecroft near Worsburgh Milne, (the inheritance of John Cawood) for £138.6.8. 10 August, 1603

Settlement  YWD 1841/2  6 January, 1614-15

Contents:
Elizabeth Castleford of Worsbroughe, Yorkshire, widdowe, conveys to Robert Elmhirst of Houndhill, John Elmhirst of Pillay, John Nodder of Woodthorpe, Thomas Stacye of B[a]llifeild, Yorkshire, yomen, and Jervas Hanson, the court leet and view of frankpledge of Worsbroughe and Worsbroughdale, Yorkshire, with all its powers and duties, she having been granted the manor and its two capital messuages of Rockley (Robert Rockley) and Falthwaite (Henry Walker), to the use of John Castleford, Elizabeth's son and his issue, and failing issue to the use of Isabella Castleford her daughter, and her issue, and failing issue to Elizabeth's right heirs

Feoffment  YWD 1841/3  5 September, 1623

Contents:
Gervase Hanson of Darley Clife in Worsbrough Dale, Yorkshire, gentleman and Elizabeth his wife, to Sir Frannce Wortley of Wortley, Yorkshire, knight and baronet. The court leet and view of frankpledge of the manor of Worsburghdale, Yorkshire, for £45

Deed to lead uses  YWD 1841/4  1632

Contents:
Jervas Hanson and Elizabeth his wife (widow of William Castleford), agree with Isabella Castleford, spinster, Elizabeth's daughter, to levy a fine to John Stacye and John Nodder the younger of Hansworth, Yorkshire, yeomen, the nominee to be Robert Danyell of Worbroughdale, of the manor of Darley Hall, bought by Elizabeth's father John Booth of Humfrey Goodwyn, and other property - to uses, mainly for the benefit of Isabella. 2 August, 1632. Signed by Jervas, Elizabeth and Isabella, and 2 other copies, one signed by Jervas, Elizabeth and Isabella, the other by Danyell, Stacye and Nodder

Deed to lead uses  YWD 1841/5  1 February, 1635-6

Contents:
Edward Adam of London, grocer, and Isabella his wife, agree with Sherland Adam of Eyam, Derbyshire, clerk, and Anthony Roberts of London, gentleman, that they will levy a fine to Josias Hart of London, merchant, of the manors of Darley and Worsbrough, Yorkshire and all their appurtenances to the use of Edward and Isabella and the longer liver, and their issue, in default to the use of Isabella's other issue and in default to the use of Edward's other issue

Will and probate of Jervas Hanson of Worsbroughdale, Yorkshire, yeoman  YWD 1841/6  1648-1649

Contents:
Most of his property to his son Edward (with privileges to the testator's mother Elizabeth), now under twenty-one; his tuition is left to the Testator's brother Richard. Other relatives wife Hellen (who is to have Wasse House) son-in-law William Tilney, son of Henry Tilney of Wath [clearly his stepson; he is under twenty-one]. Mentions Henry's widow; his sisters Sarah Hanson and Elizabeth Shephard; Nephew John Adams - some friends etc. 12 December, 1648. Proved 11 March 1648-9

Lease for a year  YWD 1841/7  17 July, 1728

Contents:
Joshua Wood of Penistone, Yorkshire, innholder, and Anne his wife, to William Fenton of Underbank in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire gentleman. A messuage called Upperwell hill and its closes, Penistone, Yorkshire

Copy of agreement  YWD 1841/8  16 November, 1756

Contents:
William, Earl of Strafford, agrees with William Parkyns of Mortomley that the boundaries of the waste grounds of Worsbrough, Yorkshire in dispute between them are those marked by meer stones marked S. A plan referred to is missing. Parkyns has not signed

Power of attorney, and will, of Joshua Wood, soldier, in quarters at Leacester  YWD 1841/9  21 April, 1789

Contents:
Brother Thomas Wood of Hunshelf in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire; sisters Mary, wife of John Battie of Holling Dike in Silkstone, Yorkshire, and Christiana, wife of John Newton of Bromeley in the parish of Tankersley; Mother Martha; relative William Parkin of Mortomley. 11 January, 1758. Proved (as Joshua Wood of Penistone, Yorkshire, husbandman; administration to Christiana)

Set of signed Conditions of Sale for lots of land sold by Charles Augustus Castleford Jeffcock  YWD 1843  September, 1920

Articles of clerkship  YWD 1847  27 October, 1851

Contents:
John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire Manor, Yorkshire, esquire, binds his son Parkin Jeffcock of the same, to John Thomas Woodhouse of Overseal, Leicester, colliery viewer, to serve him for two years, and Woodhouse contracts to instruct him to practise as colliery viewer, mineral agent and civil engineer, for £300

Deed to make a tenant  YWD 1850/1  1655-1656

Contents:
John Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfeild, Yorkshire, husbandman, to Thomas Stones of High Greene in the same parish, yeoman. The messuage in which he lives at Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire and the Salter Close, the Bendall Row, the Great Lincroft, the Stubbing, the Stubbing Ing, the little Claylands, the Great Crosse Feild, the Little Crosse Feild, the Swainslands, the Old Croftwood, the Horsecroft, the Oken Shaw, the Gennyfeild Leyes, the New Close, the Beeneyard and the Beeneyard Bottom, and a cottage called Ragghouse, with three closes called the Harper Greave, the Little Lincroft and the Middle Lincroft and a cottage and croft; and an acre of arrable in the townefeild belonging to the Chappell Towne in the parish of Ecclesfeild; and the Dowson Lands and Longlands; and a cottage with a close called Dickson Ing; and a messuage called Goddard House in Hooton Levett in the parish of Maltby; and ninety-six acres of arrable, meadow and pasture in Hooton Levitt and Slade Hooton; and all the rest of his estate in Mortomley, Chappell, Hooton Levitt, Slade Hooton and Maltby; to be tenant so that a fine can be levied by John Loksley of Potter hill in the parish of Ecclesfeild, party to the deed. 15 March, 1655-6.
Final concord, 15 days after Easter, 1656

Bargain and sale  YWD 1850/2  7 December, 1618

Contents:
John Parkyn of Hunter House in the parish of Ecclesfeild, Yorkshire, yoman, son and heire apparent of Robert Parkyn of Mortomley, Yorkshire, yoman, to Thomas Parkyn of Mortomley. The"myne and mynes, mynneralls and quarreyes of coles commonly called stone coles alias sea coles" and the Three Acres, Three Acres Ynge and Crosse Feilde in Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire for £16

Assignment of mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 1850/3a-b  3, 4 July, 1699

Contents:
Richard Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfeild, Yorkshire, nayler, with Godfrey Brelsford and Martha his wife, to Henry Silvester of Portsmouth, anchorsmith. The property in Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire mortgaged to him by Brelsford in August 1698 and March 1699; for £104.15.0

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1850/4a-b  20, 21 February, 1699-1700

Contents:
Godfrey Brelsford and Martha his wife, to Henry Silvester. The property in Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, for another £180

Deed of covenant  YWD 1850/5  13 July, 1624

Contents:
John Parkin of Hunter House, Yorkshire, agrees with John Parkin of Mortomley, son of Thomas Parkin of Mortomley, to whom he has conveyed the "stone coles or sea coles" under his Three acres, Three Acres Ing, and Cross feild at Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire with right to dig etc., that he will suffer a fine to be brought by Howsley Freeman of Howsley Hall, Yorkshire, yoman, to make the conveyance more secure

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1850/6a-b  1, 2 February, 1742

Contents:
John Smith of Newland, Yorkshire, esquire, to William Parkin of Mortomley, Yorkshire esquire. Six messuages in Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire and the Great Coall Pit Close, the Little Coall Pit Close, the two Stubbings, the Croft and the Green Gates Acre, for £350

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 1850/7  1698-1699

Contents:
Godfrey Brelsford of Wheele in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, yoman, and Martha his wife, to Richard Parkin of Mortomley, nayler. Five cottages, the Great Coale Pitt Close, the Little Coale Pitt Close, the Two Stubbings and the Green Gate Acre, Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire for £80. 5, 6 August, 1698.
Lease for a year. The two closes only. 25 May, 1698.
Final concord. (Joseph Banks, plaintiff). St. Mar[ ] 10 W.III.
Further Charge of £20. 28 March, 1699

Redemption of land tax  YWD 1850/8  18 April, 1800

Contents:
The Commissioners of the West Riding (Joseph Beckett of Barnsley, Yorkshire and John Carr of Wakefield) to George Smith of Hill Top in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, farmer. The fee simple of a cottage at Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire of which George Smith is tenant to the Duke of Norfolk, for £2.10.0

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  YWD 1850/9  1755

Contents:
William Parkyn of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, gentleman, to Patientius Warde of Hooton Parnell, Yorkshire, esquire. A cottage with the Bean Yard and the Beane Yard Bottom in Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire and a garden and nine closes called the New Close, the Oakinshaw Close, the Jenny Field Leys, the Horse Croft, the Stubbing, the Stubbing Ing, the Great Intoft, the Middle Intoft, the Little Intoft and the Little Clay Land, and the two Cross Fields, to levy a fine against him, to the intent that the property shall be to the sole use of William Parkyn. 27 June, 1755.
Two copies of the final concord, Holy Trinity in 3 weeks, 28 Geo. II

Conveyance  YWD 1850/10  1 November, 1786

Contents:
Ann Elizabeth, Sally, Catherine and Isabella Maria Parkin and their mother Hannah, widow, to her son Thomas, still under twenty-one. Four cottages and two closes at Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire for the remainder of the lease from the Duke of Norfolk, for £100

Redemption of land tax  YWD 1850/11  3, 4 June, 1799

Contents:
On the estate of Thomas Parkin esquire at Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, and Hunshelf in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire, for £4.4.23/4. With a list of the property and tenants affected

Will and probate of John Parkyn of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfeild Yorkshire, yoman. Wife Jane; brother Zachary; wife's brothers Nicholas Steyd and Reynald Stead; brother James P.; father Thomas [a wordy will, very faded]. 11 April, 1634. Proved 13 March, 1634/5  YWD 1852/1  1634, 1635

Will and probate of Nicholas Pawson of the parish of Ecclesfeild, Yorkshire, yeoman  YWD 1852/2  1650-1652

Contents:
Wife Mary, son Nicholas. 19 March, 1650/51. Proved 4 November, 1652.
Admin. to "Mary Pawson otherwise called Stanley"

Will and probate of Zacharia Parkin of Morthomley in the parish of Ecclesfeild, Yorkshire  YWD 1852/3  1653

Contents:
Wife Isabell, sons John, Thomas, Nicholas, Zacharia (all under 21) daughter June. 18 April, 1653. Proved 1 August, 1653

[Copy of the] Will of Lionel Copley of Sprotbrough, Yorkshire, esquire  YWD 1852/4  17 September, 1719

Contents:
Sons Godfrey and Lionel; daughters Castiteana, Mary and Ann; sister, wife of Thomas Colemore of London, merchant

[Copy of the] Will of William Broadbent of Anndle, Norfolk  YWD 1852/5  20 April, 1721

Contents:
Wife (no Christian name), daughter Jane, sisters Mary and Marthay

[Copy of the] Will and probate of George Bramhall of the parish of Norton, Derbyshire, yeoman  YWD 1852/6  1724, 1728

Contents:
Bequests include Bramley Hall in Handsworth, Sheffield. Much genealogical detail. Daughter Elizabeth Broadbent, granddaughter Elizabeth Parkin. 15 May, 1724. Proved 28 May, 1758

Will and probate of William Parkyn of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, gentleman  YWD 1852/7  1755, 1757

Contents:
Wife Catherine ("Bank Top now let to Mr. Fenton"). Sister Mary Short and Dr. Short her husband; grandniece Elizabeth daughter of his nephew John; lands conveyed to trustees for, in turn, his nephews Thomas William and John Parkyn, and failing heirs, for his nephews Thomas and William Short, and failing all male issue for daughters of these in turn; next in line Paul son of Zachariah Parkyn of Sheffield, woolcomber. 8 June, 1755. Proved 2 May, 1757

Will and Probate of Hannah Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, widow  YWD 1852/8  1789, 1791

Contents:
Only son Thomas (St. Mary's Acre in Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire which she purchased of John Pearson); all other lands and goods to daughters Ann, Elizabeth, Sally, Catherine and Isabella Maria; sister Grace Wilkinson. 18 June, 1789. Proved 19 February, 1791

Will and probate of Thomas Parkin of Mortomley Hall in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, esquire  YWD 1852/9  1808

Contents:
Wife Ann (estate at Longley), son William (Bank Top or Darley Hall and Hunshelf), daughter Catherine (Mortomley). Father-in-law and brother-in-law Thomas and John Batty, who are his tenants. 13 June, 1808. Proved 12 July, 1808

Particulars of sale  YWD 1854/1-2  1857-1866

Contents:
The Wharncliffe Arms, West Street, Sheffield, 23 June, 1858, and Land at Tapton Hill and Grimesthorpe, 24 February, 1857. (Property of Thomas Hague deceased).
Release. Thomas Hague of 3 Carlton Grove, Peckham, Surrey, architect, Emily Hague of Longley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, spinster, Thomas Barraclough of Longley and Sarah his wife (widow of Thomas Hague of Sheffield, brassfounder) and their mortgagees, release John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire Manor, esquire, of all his trusts obligations, etc. in respect of legacies and actions arising out of Thomas Hague's will. 30 July, 1866

[Printed] Abstract of title of William Parkyn Jeffcock esquire  YWD 1855/1  1918-1924

Contents:
To freehold hereditaments situate at Darley known as the Worsbrough, Yorkshire Estate, Yorkshire 1918. [From 1827].
Schedule of deeds handed over to Russell & Co. of Ledbury, 1922, and a schedule of the same deeds handed to Capt. W.P. Jeffcock by Russell & Co., 1924.
Supplemental abstract re minerals.
Correspondence about W. P. Jeffcock's affairs (coal mining leases, strong advice to give up farming etc.) with and between solicitors, 1924

Correspondence, abstracts of title, copies of agreements, etc. Worsbrough, Yorkshire estate, Yorkshire  YWD 1855/2  1924

Plan and particulars of the High Green sale; Barraclough v. Johnson  YWD 1857  1853-1907

Contents:
Plaintiff's plan in an action for trespass in Green Gate Lane; Order of the Commissioners in Lunacy about the estate of Elizabeth Ann Jeffcock, spinster, deceased, a person of unsound mind, 1 July, 1907; map of a line Midland Railway Chapeltown Branch, through J. T. Jeffcock's land, [1894]; Post Office wayleave, 1893; map of "pit hills" on fields at Mortomley; and Conveyance, John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire esquire and Catherine his wife, to Charles William, Earl Fitzwilliam - a strip of land on the east side of the Lower Bottom, separated from the Foundry Yard of the Thorncliffe Iron Works by the Blackburn Brook, which it is proposed to straighten. 1 September, 1853

Block plan of "proposed memorial church at Mortomley"  YWD 1859/1  n.d

Grant (lease and release)  YWD 1859/2a-b  4 April, 1827

Contents:
Catherine Parkin of Mortomley Hall in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, spinster, to Thomas Barraclough of Mortomley Hall, farmer, and Ann his wife, Catherine's mother. Two messuages and closes at Mortomley Lane End, for their lives and that of the survivor

Assignment  YWD 1859/3  3 February, 1841

Contents:
Thomas Barraclough of Mortomley Hall in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, gentleman, and Ann his wife, to John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire in the same parish, esquire. Portions of annuities due to Ann, for a loan of £499

"Papers relating to Mr. Jeffcock's purchase of William Parkin's coal in the Cross Fields near Mortomley"  YWD 1860  1830-1916

Contents:
Conveyance of coal and machinery by William Parkin of Mortomley, Yorkshire, brace bit maker, to John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire, gentleman, who also has begun to dig and search for coal on the adjoining fields. 7 December, 1830. With receipts for payment on instalments; some calculations; and two bank books of the executors of J. T. Jeffcock 1907-1916

Correspondence between John Jeffcock and the Barnsley, Yorkshire Union  YWD 1861  1854

Contents:
In which they promise to reserve, when selling land at Worsbrough, Yorkshire, his rights as lord of the manor of Darley

Conveyance  YWD 1865/1  7 August, 1708

Contents:
Thomas Silvester of the Tower of London Middlesex, esquire, and John Silvester of Burthwaite, York esquire, with the consent of Henry Cutler of Stainbrough, Yorkshire, son and heir of Sir Gervas Cutler of the same, deceased, and John Cutler his younger brother, to Henry Carrington of Worbrough [sic] gentleman. The manor of Stainbrough commonly called Stainbrough Low, and the manor house called Stainbrough Hall; reciting mortgages entered into by Sir Gervas Cutler

Conveyance  YWD 1865/2  1 May, 1719

Contents:
John Wood of Leeds, merchant, and Mary his wife, to William Parkin eldest son of John Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, yeoman. His moiety of the manor of Darley, and the capital messuage known as Bank Top, or Darley Cliffe in Worsbrough dale, Yorkshire, for £1,075

Marriage settlement  YWD 1865/3  6 September, 1738

Contents:
William Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, and Catherine Ward of Hooton Parnell, Yorkshire, spinster. The estate settled is the manor of Darley, to uses

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 1865/4  3 July, 1704

Contents:
Ralph Warton and Charles Warton late of Beverley, Yorkshire, esquires, to William Adams of Darley Hall in Worsbrough Dale, Yorkshire, gentleman.
All the estates of Sir Jervas Cutler, party to the deed, which were mortgaged by him to Richard Tayler in 1681 and assigned by them to Sir Ralph Warton, knight. The estates are in Exilbie, Great Lemynge, Little Lemynge, Newton Askew, Bedall, Straton and Burmston, Yorkshire

Will and probate of Martha Wood, widow, of Broomley in the township of Wortley and parish of Tankersley  YWD 1865/5  1776, 1788

Contents:
Daughters Mary wife of John Battey of Toad hole, and Christopher the wife of John Newton, who as surviving executrix takes administration. 21 February, 1776. Proved 17 November, 1788

Pasture Close, Long Field, Little Carr Wood at Mortomley  YWD 1866  n.d

Abstract of title of the trustees under the will of George Chambers from 1815  YWD 1866/1  1815

Contents:
Six fields, sold by the Duke of Norfolk to Samuel Revell of Sheffield

Conveyance  YWD 1866/2  26 October, 1852

Contents:
Edward Valentine Pegge Burnell of Winkburn, Derbyshire, to George Chambers of Mortomley. "Narcissus Cottage" at Mortomley, and the Long Close, the Robin Ing, the Pasture Close and the Little Carr Wood; being trustee to complete the business arising from a recited mortgage by Samuel Revell; for £700

Conveyance  YWD 1866/3  21 December, 1875

Contents:
George Chambers's trustees to John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire manor, Yorkshire, in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, esquire. The three closes for £1,900

Farm at High Green  YWD 1867  [n.d.]

Marriage settlement  YWD 1867/1  1839, 1869

Contents:
Mary Towndrow of Staveley, Derbyshire, spinster, to Edward France of Staveley and William Glossop of Staveley Netherthorpe. A bond for £1,700 inherited from her father Samuel Towndrow, and £300 in the Sheffield and Hallamshire Joint Stock Bank, to uses, in consideration of her intended marriage to William Skinner of Sheffield, surgeon. 24 September, 1839. Endorsed with a conveyance from William Glossop the surviving trustee, to Mary Skinner widow, of the farm below. 17 April, 1869

The Trustees of the Sheffield and Rotherham, Yorkshire Joint Stock Banking Company (est. 1836) and the Trustees of the Sheffield Banking Company (est. 1832) by direction of Samuel Revell of Sheffield, sugar refiner, to Edward France and William Glossop. A farm at High Green and Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire with tithes etc. for £2,400. With a plan, and a schedule of deeds back to 1783 (conveyance to Samuel Revell, father of the present Samuel)  YWD 1867/2  9 January, 1844

Abstract of Mary Skinner's title  YWD 1867/3  1877

Contents:
Particulars of sale, May 1877; Abstract of title of Samuel Revell, 1843; [printed] deeds of settlement of the two banks, 1836 and 1837

Conveyance  YWD 1867/4  1877

Contents:
Mary Skinner of Sheffield, widow, to the Rev. John Thomas Jeffcock, Rector of St. Peter's, Wolverhampton, for £3,300. 22 November, 1877, with papers.
Closes in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire: Croft, Quarry Field, the Ing, Thompson Ing, Little Doe Royd, Great Doe Royd, Pellet Royd, Great Carr Wood, Three Nook Field, Far Little Close, Old Mortomley

Copy of Lease  YWD 1868  31 August, 1921

Contents:
William Parkyn Jeffcock of Cwmcaroon Court, Monmouthshire, esquire, Captain in the Yorkshire Dragoons, to the London Bunkering Company. Minerals under land at Worsborough. With plan at 3.15 chains to an inch

Copy of Receipt for £337.10.0  YWD 1869  1858

Contents:
For the coal under allotments at Hunningley Green, due to John and Catherine Jeffcock as lord and lady of Darley Manor from Firth, Barber & Co. 2 June, 1858. With calculations

Will and probate of Parkin Jeffcock of Derby, engineer and mineral surveyor  YWD 1870/1-4  1857-1867

Contents:
Everything to his father John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire Manor, sole executor. 20 February, 1857.
Proved 10 April, 1867 (the testator's last permanent abode at Duffield; died at Oaks Colliery accidently, 13 December, 1866.)
With a sworn statement by J. T. Woodhouse of Midland Road, Derby, his partner in business, that he lost his life in the execution of his duty and not through "wanton or voluntary exposure of himself to unnecessary risks". 1 May 1867.
Jeffcock's last receipt for his accident insurance premium 31 January, 1866
Sworn statement by George Minto of Osborne Colliery, Barnsley, Yorkshire, about Parkyn Jeffcock's movements in the mine and his own observations of them. 27 April, 1867

Lease for a year  YWD 1873/1  27 June, 1750

Contents:
Joseph Greaves of Renall in Thurlstone, in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire, Joshua and Thomas Wood sons of Joseph Wood of Nether Well Hall and Martha his wife, to William Wood of Billingley in the parish of Darfield, Yorkshire, yeoman. Over Well Hill and Nether Well Hill

Counterpart of lease  YWD 1873/2  7 February, 1878

Contents:
John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire Manor (with William Smith of Barnes Hall, trustee of his father's marriage settlement) to George Dawson of Lane End House in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. The Lane End Farm, for 21 years at £124.14.0. a year. Schedule of fields and state of cultivation annexed

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1873/3a-b  9, 10 July, 1724

Contents:
Christopher Wood of Old Mill in the township of Wortley in the parish of Tankersley, Yorkshire, white leather dresser, to Joshua Wood of Old Mill, his brother. Upper Well Hill, (with closes as on other deeds) for £25

Papers concerning the gift of land (part of Underbank Farm) to St. Thomas Church, Worsborough, Yorkshire  YWD 1875  1886, 1920

Contents:
As an addition to their burial ground, by the Rev. J. T. Jeffcock, with a small plan. 1886. One agreement by C.A.C. Jeffcock to give land for a similar purpose to St. Saviour's, Mortomley. 10 November, 1920

Counterpart lease  YWD 1878  25 August, 1883

Contents:
The Rev. J. T. Jeffcock, Rector of Wolverhampton, on behalf of Elizabeth Ann Jeffcock, a person of unsound mind, to George William Scholey of Mortomley, farmer. Mortomley Hall Farm, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire for fourteen years at a varying rent, altogether about £70 p.a

Counterpart of lease  YWD 1879  1864, 1883

Contents:
William Smith late of Cliffe House, but now of Barnes Hall in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, gentleman, surviving trustee of the marriage settlement of John Jeffcock, with the same John and Catherine his wife, to Henry and William Croft of Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire, merchants. The seam of coal called the Barnsley, Yorkshire Thick Bed under closes at Worsbrough, Yorkshire; for 19 years; 1 February, 1864.
Endorsed with an extension of lease, 1 October, 1883.
With a detailed plan stitched in.
Counterpart of extension of lease, from the Rev. J.T. Jeffcock. 1 October, 1883

Particulars of sale of land at Worsbrough, Yorkshire  YWD 1881  1835-1875

Contents:
8 September, 1875; 14 May, 1835; 26 May, 1840.
Copy of the will of Joshua Ingham of Mirfield, banker (in connection with the 1840 sale); signed agreements to buy, by John Jeffcock

Dissolution of partnership  YWD 1882  1865-1870

Contents:
Parkin Jeffcock late of Cowley, Yorkshire Manor in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, but now of Sheffield esquire, withdraws from his partnership with John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire Manor, George Walker and Horace his son, both of Sheffield, and Robert and Edmund Baxter, both of Doncaster, esquires, in the Wharncliffe Silkstone, Yorkshire Coal Company, his share of the assets to be £400 a year for the next five years. 31 October, 1865
The partnership was established 1854.
With a receipt for the last instalment of £400, signed by John Jeffcock as executor of Parkin Jeffcock deceased

Lands at Mortomley, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire  YWD 1884  [n.d.]

Conveyance (lease missing)  YWD 1884/1  1751, 1780

Contents:
John Pearson late of Rotherham, Yorkshire but now of Mosbrough, Derbyshire, surgeon and apothecary, and Deborah his wife, to Hannah Parkin of Mortomley, widow. The Saint Mary Acre, for £57. 27 April, 1780.
Schedule of deeds from 1751 (Smith, Raper, Frettwell)

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1884/2a-b  25, 26 March, 1745

Contents:
William Baynes and his son to William Parkin. The Great Crossfield, the Square Field otherwise Okinshaw and the Millfield, for £400

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1884/3a-b  21, 22 November, 1743

Contents:
Joseph Dearden of Mortomley, blacksmith, to William Parkin of the same, esquire. The Sagar Croft, the Crabtree Field and the Lincroft, for £240

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1884/4a-b  29, 30 September, 1742

Contents:
William Baynes of Cold Aston or Cole Aston in the parish of Dronfield, Derbyshire, gentleman, with Rebecca his wife and William his son, to Joseph Dearden of Mortomley, blacksmith. The Sagar Croft, Crabtree Field and Lin Croft, with the barn and stable, for £14.1.0

Conveyance (lease missing)  YWD 1884/5a-b  16 February, 1699

Contents:
Thomas Shirtcliffe of Thurnscoe, Yorkshire, gentleman, and Thomas Snoden, son and heir apparent of Christopher Snoden late of Thurnscoe, gentleman and of Mary his wife, to William Baynes of Cold Aston, Derbyshire, yeoman. Closes in two groups - Sagar Croft, Crabtree Field and Linn Croft, with their buildings, and Crossfield, Broad Ing, Okinshawe Close and Milnefield, all in Mortomley, for £40; reserving the rents and profits during the life of Mary for whom Thomas Shertcliffe will act

Feoffment  YWD 1887/1  17 December, 1796

Contents:
John Plant once of Rotherham, Yorkshire but now of Little Sheffield and Dorothy his wife, to Joseph Wilson of Westbrook. An allotment on Sharrow Moor, Sheffield, for £12.15.0

Deed of exchange  YWD 1887/2  13 September, 1853

Contents:
William Watson of Leamington and his relatives of Shirecliffe Hall exchange with Henry Wilson two fields near Stalker Wheel in Ecclesall, Sheffield Road, Sheffield

Abstract of the title of Philip Gell esquire to the Broomhall estate  YWD 1888/1-3  1813, 1838

Contents:
Act of Parliament for confirming an exchange of settled estates between Philip Gell and John Cruso; Schedule of the land involved in Sheffield and Bradbourn, Derbyshire.
Conveyance. John Cruso and Philip Gell to Joseph Wilson of Westbrooke in the parish of Sheffield esquire and John Watson his trustee. The Bank, the House Close, the homestead, two allotments, the West Shaw Field, the East Shaw Field, the garden, the Upper Shaw and the Lower Shaw, and Stalker Wheel [which are Nos. 122-128, 130, 131, 118, 119, 120 "on the plans of the Broomhall estate", Sheffield for the rest of a lease in trust to await Wilson's inheritance. 30 May, 1818.
Mortgage (lease and release). Henry Wilson of Westbrook to the Rev. John Smith of Aldercar Park, Derbyshire, and others. 28 December, 1838

Agreement  YWD 1889/1  1809

Contents:
Philip Gell of Hopton, Derbyshire, esquire, agrees to sell and the Rev. Alexander Mackenzie of Sharrow, Sheffield Head in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield agrees to buy, the Bank, the House Close, the homestead, two allotments, the West Shaw Field, the East Shaw Field, the garden, of which Mackenzie already has a lease, near Sharrow, Sheffield Head, Sheffield for £1,650; with permission to make a carriage road, etc. 28 December, 1809.
With two memoranda: One adds the Upper Shaw and the Lower Shaw to the purchase, for another £674.10.0. and in the other Mackenzie declares himself a trustee for Joseph and William Wilson

Counterpart of lease  YWD 1889/2  15 March, 1855

Contents:
Henry Wilson of Westbrook in the parish of Sheffield esquire, to James Howarth of Sheffield, edge tool manufacturer. The Upper Lescar Wheel in the township of Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield on the River Porter, for five years at a yearly rent of £62

Marriage, birth and burial entries for James and Mary Dewsnap, at Glossop and St. George's, Sheffield, and their family  YWD 1889/3  1784-1844

Counterpart of Lease  YWD 1889/4  28 February, 1854

Contents:
Henry Wilson of Westbrook in the parish of Sheffield, esquire, to Robert White of Sheffield, slate and iron merchant. A piece of ground, part of the New Hall estate, in Brightside, Sheffield Lane, Sheffield and the bed of clay under it, and liberty to make bricks or tiles, etc. for twelve years at a yearly rent of £22.10.0., with an extra rent of £70 for two years and £50 thereafter for specific measures of clay

Counterpart of lease  YWD 1889/5  5 July, 1854

Contents:
Henry Wilson of Westbrook near Sheffield, esquire, to Frederick Hunt, William Burgoyne Fernell, and Joseph Warhurst, all of Sheffield, brewers and co-partners. Land part of the New Hall estate near Attercliffe, Sheffield, part of what has hitherto been called the Lawns, the Walk and Plantation, and the Sourlands; for fourteen years at a yearly rent of £65

Copy of the Will of John Watson of Broomhill in the parish of Sheffield, esquire  YWD 1889/6  9 June, 1832

Contents:
Henry Wilson a trustee

Conveyance  YWD 1889/7  30 June, 1854

Contents:
Henry Wilson of Westbrook near Sheffield, esquire, to Amor Spoor of Sheffield, file forger, and Samuel Miller of Sheffield, shopkeeper. Land at Walkley, Sheffield consisting of cottages and six fields bought from Hugh Spooner (Upper Knowl, Lower Knowl, Wood Field, Foot Gate Field, Clay Pond Field, Great Fox Croft) and cottages, House Field, Far Field and four common allotments bought from John Greaves, for £5,429.10.7. Plan

Copy of conveyance  YWD 1890/1  1789

Contents:
John Broomhead and the other owners (in some cases the heirs of the original allottees) of allotments on Sharrow Moor, Sheffield (listed by name and office) to Dennis Sykes of Sheffield, cutler. Ground comprising Allotments on Sharrow Moor, Sheffield awarded to them at the Enclosure of the commons of Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, for £24.9.8. The land is between Sharrow, Sheffield Vale Road and Psalter Lane. 5 February, 1789.
Also, a plan, and birth, marriage and burial certificates - Blacktin and Whitham

Building Lease  YWD 1890/2-3  1794, 1803

Contents:
Dennis Sykes of Sheffield, cutler, to Thomas Scholefield of Sharrow Moor, Sheffield, schoolmaster. Part of the land he bought in 1789, for 99 years at a yearly rent of £3.3.0. on condition that he builds a house well worth £100. 20 December, 1794.
Assignment. Thomas Scholefield to Thomas Blacktin of Sheffield, cordwainer. The lease and the house erected on the land, for £157.10.0. 1 December, 1803

Lease  YWD 1890/4-12  1804-1850

Contents:
Dennis Sykes to Thomas Blacktin. The rest of the allotments purchased in 1789, for 99 years at a yearly rent of £7.7.0. A clause requiring him to build a house has been struck out. 9 October, 1804.
Conveyance (lease and release). Godfrey Sykes of Middle Temple, London, esquire, son and heir of Dennis Sykes, late of Sheffield, cutler, deceased, to Alice Blacktin of Sharrow, Sheffield, widow, and Mary Blacktin, spinster. The two pieces of land and the house built on the eastern portion, with the reversion etc. and freedom from claims for dower, for £250; Elizabeth Sykes, Dennis's widow, consenting. 17 and 18 April, 1820.
Copy of Thomas Blacktin's will. 20 March, 1820.
Assignment. Alice and Mary Blacktin to James Wild of Sheffield, merchant, for £359. 9 June, 1829. James Wild's declaration that he is a trustee and the money belongs to Alice. 9 April, 1820.
Assignment. James Wild to Alice Blacktin. 5 September, 1838.
Will and probate of Alice Blacktin of Sharrow, Sheffield, in the parish of Sheffield, widow. The legatees are Charles Whitham her son-in-law and his two children [presumably Mary is dead]. 7 June, 1838. Proved 25 October, 1838.
Mortgage (lease and release). Charles Whitham to William Guelder of Bradfield, Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, gentleman, for £400, to pay Alice Blacktin's debt to Parker, Shore & Co. and others. 1 and 2 November, 1838.
Abstract of Charles Whitham's title and his agreement to sell, 1849.
Conveyance. Charles Whitham and his children (Thomas Blacktin Whitham, commercial traveller, and Alice Sharp Whitham) and his mortgagee, to Henry Wilson of Westbrook, esquire. The house and land, for £400, to William Guelder and £376 to the Whithams. 1 January, 1850

Two deeds and 3 papers concerning "The School Field" or "Cecil Field"  YWD 1891/1-5  24 April, 3 May, 1846

Contents:
Bagshot Street, Sharrow, Sheffield Vale Road, Psalter Lane formed by combining Allotments 318, 319, 320 awarded at the enclosure of Ecclesall, Sheffield. George Wilson who inherited half from his father William, and Joseph Wilson who had another part of it, to Henry Wilson of Westbrook, esquire

Upper Lescar Wheel  YWD 1892/1-4  1826 - 1854

Contents:
Deed of Exchange (lease and release). Earl Fitzwilliam and Viscount Milton to John Dewsnap of Broomgrove in the parish of Sheffield, esquire. Upper Lescar Wheel on the River Porter, with garden ground, Sheffield in exchange for the Upper and Lower Spring Closes in Greasbrough in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire. 1 and 2 February, 1832. Plan.
Conveyance. Thomas Dewsnap late of Broomgrove but now of Clarkehouse in the parish of Sheffield, to Henry Wilson. The Upper Lescar Wheel for £910. 1 September, 1854.
Assignment. Maurice Rodgers as trustee of John Watson, to Frederick Wilkinson as trustee for Joseph Wilson. The two closes in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield comprising part of the Middle Lees and part of the Rough Field and Briery Holme, to await the inheritance, for the term of a lease of 1696. 22 July, 1826.
With a covenant to produce deeds, same date

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1893/1a-b  1826, 1853

Contents:
John Watson of Shirecliffe Hall in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman (trustee of the estates of Philip Gell) to Joseph Wilson of Westbrook, esquire. Part of the Middle Stalker Lees, The Rough Field and Brierly Holme, now in two lots, Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield for £1,007.18.0.
21 and 22 July, 1826.
Also, Abstract of the conveyance by Philip Gell and John Cruso to John Watson, 1817, and an assignment by Joseph Wilson of Clifford of his moiety of the land (inherited from his father) to Henry Wilson of Westbrook his brother. 1 July, 1853

Copy of the Will of Hugh Spooner of Barlow, Derbyshire and of New York in the United States, merchant  YWD 1893/2-3  6 April, 1831

Contents:
And copy of a release by Hugh Spooner to Henry Blakelock of all his estates (described in detail) in Barlow and Crooks Moor [...] in Sheffield, in trust for a common recovery to bar the entail. 25 November, 1817.
Assignment. William Waller of Sheffield, butcher, to James Beal of the same, butchers knife blade manufacturer. A butcher's shop and messuage in the Albert Buildings at Highfield, Sheffield for the remainder of the lease, for £111.1.0. 29 July, 1878

Deed of exchange  YWD 1894  7 November, 1837

Contents:
Joseph Wilson of Clifford in the township of Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, snuff manufacturer, to Henry Wilson of Westbrook, snuff manufacturer. A moiety of allotment No. 301 on Sharrow Moor, Sheffield (Ecclesall, Sheffield Enclosure) in exchange for a moiety of the Dam Field near the snuff mills

Will and probate of Alfred Wilson of Westbrook, Sheffield  YWD 1897  1890

Contents:
4 October, 1890. Died 29 October, 1890. Proved 24 December, 1890

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1898/1a-b  4, 5 January, 1791

Contents:
Mark Skelton of Birthwaite Hall in the parish of Darton, Yorkshire gentleman, to Joseph, Thomas and William Wilson of Sharrow Moor, Sheffield snuff manufacturers. An allotment on Sharrow Moor, Sheffield abutting southward on the road leading to Lescar Wheel [the site of Westbrook and the Top Mill], originally awarded to the Downes family, for £138

Conveyance (lease missing)  YWD 1898/2-3  1797, 1798

Contents:
Thomas and William Wilson of Sharrow, Sheffield Mills, snuff manufacturers, to Joseph Wilson of the same. Two thirds (their shares) of the allotment on Sharrow Moor, Sheffield purchased from Mark Skelton, and of the capital messuage called Westbrook which the three have erected on it at their own expense, for £489.17.2. 27 May, 1797.
Conveyance by Joseph Wilson to Thomas Watson of Sheffield, silver plater, of the same premises, in trust to uses, for the benefit of Joseph Wilson. 1 January, 1798

Conveyance (lease missing)  YWD 1898/4-6  1833

Contents:
The divisees in trust for sale of the will of Hugh Spooner late of Barlow, Derbyshire and New York (U.S.A.) gentleman, to Henry Wilson of Westbrook in the parish of Sheffield, esquire. A close bounded by the River Porter and the Manchester-Sheffield Turnpike Road, Sheffield for £456.10.7. 9 February, 1833.
Abstract of title, and supplementary abstract, of the vendors. 1833

Appointment  YWD 1898/7  10 June, 1833

Contents:
Henry Wilson of Westbrook, snuff manufacturer, to Joseph Wilson of Clifford, snuff manufacturer, his brother and partner. His moiety of a piece of land, part of the Westbrook Meadow adjoining the Sharrow Moor, Sheffield Road, and the new snuff mill they have recently erected on it, and the machinery, etc., Sharrow, Sheffield for £75.18.9

Dissolution of partnership  YWD 1898/8-9  1842

Contents:
Joseph Wilson conveys to Henry Wilson all his share in the business, stock, property etc. for £8,886.18.1. 25 April, 1842.
Conveyance by Joseph Wilson to Henry of his moiety of the Westbrook Snuff Mill, Sheffield for £1,927.17.10. 25 April, 1842

Will and probate of Henry Wilson of Westbrook in the parish of Sheffield  YWD 1899/10  7 October, 1871

Contents:
With six codicils to 15 May, 1880. Died 16 November, 1880; proved, 14 December, 1880. With notices to legatees

Counterpart Leases from Henry Wilson to joint tenants of allotment gardens in Ecclesall Road, Sheffield  YWD 1902  1853-1864

Contents:
1853, 1854, 1864

Conveyance  YWD 1903/1-2  1834

Contents:
Henry Wilson of Westbrook in the parish of Sheffield, esquire, and the heirs of Joseph Wilson of Clifford deceased, to Thomas Asline Ward, and other Trustees of the intended General Cemetery. Closes near Westbrook called Upper Shaw Field, Lower Shaw Field, East Shaw Field, part of the West Shaw Field, part of the House Field, part of the Bank Close, part of the Woody Bank and part of the Upper South Shaw Field, with provisions and covenants concerning the effects of the roadmaking, etc. to be done, for £1,900. 17 December, 1834. Plan.
An agreement to sell (also with a plan). 16 July, 1834

Henry Wilson's copies of legal papers  YWD 1906  1848-1851

Contents:
In a case involving the rights of the Church Burgesses, and of the Vicar of Sheffield, to accept or reject a Chaplain; with a list of the applicants for the post as chaplain made vacant by the death of the Rev. W. Harris. 1848-1851.
Also, an odd little collection of printed advertisements; Catalogue of pictures by living painters, Lichfield House, St. James's Square, 1851;... scriptures exhibited by the British & Foreign Bible Society at the Great Exhibition, 1851; Chedwin's improved metallic cement; Hussey's reaping and mowing machine, 1851; Appold's centrifugal pump, 1851. [One gathers Wilson went to the Exhibition while the case was on]

Agreement  YWD 1909  1877

Contents:
Henry Wilson of Westbrook in the parish of Sheffield, esquire, and the Rev. Henry Hollingworth Pearson, Clerk in Holy Orders, of Norton, Derbyshire, with the consent of Joseph Wilson of Sharrow, Sheffield, esquire and Jane his wife, to Alfred Wilson of Westbrook, esquire. The plot of ground at Sharrow, Sheffield with the house and school called Clifford School (formerly part of the Workhouse Croft), for £1,025. 31 December, 1877. Plan

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1913/1a-b  21 January, 1795

Contents:
Benjamin Broomhead of Sheffield, merchant, and Elizabeth his wife, and other heirs of Joseph Broomhead late of Sheffield deceased, to John Jennings of Sheffield, cutler. An allotment on Sharrow Moor, Sheffield made to Joseph and Benjamin Broomhead and numbered 318 on the award, for £125

Feoffment  YWD 1913/2  25 March, 1806

Contents:
John Jennings of Sheffield, gentleman, to Samuel Newbould of Sheffield, merchant, who is to hold it in trust (half and half) for Joseph Wilson of Westbrook and William Wilson of Sharrow, Sheffield Mills, Sheffield An allotment on Sharrow Moor, Sheffield for £350

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1914a-b  22 July, 1820

Contents:
John Watson of Shirecliffe Hall in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman, to the Rev. Henry Pearson of Norton, Derbyshire clerk, as trustee for, as to half, Joseph Wilson of Westbrook and, as to the other half, William Wilson of Brightfield. The east end of the Turner Hayes, marked 108 on the map of the Broomhall Estate, Sheffield for £268.10.9

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1916/1a-b  29 and 30 May, 1818

Contents:
Philip Gell of Hopton, Derbyshire esquire and his trustee, to Joseph Wilson of Westbrook in the parish of Sheffield, esquire. The Bank (122), The House Close (123), The Homestead (124), Parts of an allotment (125, 126), the West Shaw Field (127), the East Shaw Field (128), the Garden (129), the Upper Shaw Field (130), the Lower Shaw Field (131) and the Stalker Grinding Wheel, Sheffield for £3,845

Copy of the will of Hugh Spooner of Crookes Moor, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 1916/2  24 June, 1792

Assignment  YWD 1916/3  28 December, 1838

Contents:
Henry Wilson of Westbrook House to trustees. Westbrook House, Westbrook Field, Stalker Wheel, and all the land purchased from Philip Gell, all in Sheffield for the remainder of a term, for the better securing of repayment of a loan from the Rev. John Smith

Abstract of Mr. Henry Wilson's title to certain freehold lands near Stalker Wheel, Sheffield  YWD 1916/4  1838


Related information: For Philip Gell's conveyance, 1818, see YWD 1916

Deed of covenant to arrange a Marriage Settlement  YWD 1917/1-3  1830, 1849

Contents:
Henry Pearson of Norton, Derbyshire, clerk, and Eliza, daughter of Henry Wilson of Westbrook in the parish of Sheffield, esquire. 30 September, 1830.
Will of Henry Pearson. 15 October, 1830.
Will of Henry Pearson. 29 June, 1849

Deed of partition  YWD 1939  19 January, 1809

Contents:
Samuel Shore of Meersbrook, by direction of Samuel Younge and Charles Younge, to Robert Rodgers of Sheffield, gentleman, in trust to hold, for the purpose of barring the entail, in order that an elaborate series of recited trusts for many other parties may be carried out. A messuage at Button Hill, closes there called the Swine Hall Field, the Flatt, the Flaxlands, the Fox Field, and the Nether Craven Field, and all the allotments awarded to John Travers Younge at the Enclosure

Holme Wheel, River Porter, Sheffield  YWD 1948/1-4  [n.d.]

Contents:
Counterpart of lease. The Trustees of the Sheffield estate of Edward Duke of Norfolk to Thomas Oates of Sheffield, publican. A cutler's grinding wheel called the Holme Wheel in a close called the Holme at the bottom of Smith Wood on the Porter for sixty three years at a yearly rent of £4.10.0. 10 January, 1785.
George Oates of Sheffield, factor, and Samuel Revill of Sheffield Park, farmer, Thomas Oates's mortgagee, to William Loy of Sharrow, Sheffield Head in the township of Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield. The tenant right etc. in the Holme Wheel, for £640 to Oates and £200 to Revill; reciting mortgages and assignments. 2 June. 1803.
Conveyance (lease and release). William Younge of Sheffield, merchant, and James Deakin of Sheffield, merchant, to Thomas Sansom of Sheffield, cutler. The Holme Wheel, etc. for £470.1.8., reciting their trust in the affairs of William Loy and the decisions of a Chancery case brought by the creditors as a consequence of which the estates were ordered to be sold and the business terminated. 26 and 27 July, 1831.
Chancery Case papers - decisions, orders, etc

Spur Gear Wheel and Holme Wheel, Sheffield  YWD 1948/5-6  1853, 1859

Contents:
Redemption of mortgage. Thomas Fisher and James Shaw of Sheffield, Britannia Metal manufacturers, to James William Harrison, Henry Harrison and William Howson, cutlers.
The Spur Gear Wheel at Greystones in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield on the Porter Brook and the Holme Wheel on Nether Hallam, Sheffield [opposite side of the River]; reciting mortgages entered into by Thomas Sansom and assigned by Harrison and Howson. 22 September, 1853.
Conveyance. James William Harrison, Henry Harrison and William Howson to Robert Younge of Sheffield, wine merchant. The Spur Gear Wheel and the Holme Wheel, for £1,071.8.8. 31 December, 1859

Deed of partition  YWD 1955  1865

Contents:
Joseph Ellin of Sheffield, merchant, and his relations, some of whom were lately in partnership with him and others, and partly for carrying out the will of Thomas Ellin the elder, apportion between them the family estate differentiating between lands bought with the firm's money and those bought privately; the Sheffield property in Sylvester Street, Hereford Street and The Moor (the intended line of Ellin Street marked), being divided into 3 lots. Lot 1 is the works on the site of Sylvester Wheel; Lot 2, the site of Bennett's Wheel; Lot 3, the house and commercial buildings, Hereford Street - Moor. 31 December, 1865. Plan

Abstract of title to a freehold estate at Crookes Moor Side, Sheffield  YWD 1991/1  1827

Contents:
Belonging to the devisees of John Hoyland deceased, contracted to be sold to William Barber 1827 (from 1735 John Butler, son of Christian Butler to Francis Hoyland; a moiety of a homestead and closes called the Croft, Nether Stubbing Field, Lockwood Fields, the Long Dole, Thompson Croft, Moorfield, Upper Ellis Field, Nether Ellis Field, and a cottage)

Conveyance  YWD 1991/2  n.d

Contents:
The Trustees of the settled estates of Charles, Duke of Norfolk, to Elizabeth Morton of Highfield in the township of Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield and parish of Sheffield, spinster. A messuage and garden in Nether Hallam, Sheffield township, near the Poor House, on the road from Upperthorpe, Sheffield to Crookes, Sheffield for £30

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 1991/3a-b  19, 20 June, 1815

Contents:
Elizabeth Morton to William Barber of Crooks Moor, Sheffield farmer. Messuage in Nether Hallam, Sheffield, for £100

Plan of an estate belonging to the executors of William Barber. S. F. Holmes  YWD 1992/1  n.d

Contents:
At Steel Bank; Sheffield: Bower Road, Barber Road, Barber Place and Barber Crescent outlined on it

Will of William Barber of Crooks Moor, Sheffield weaver  YWD 1992/2  17 May, 1798

Contents:
Wife Barbara, children William, Enoch, Hannah and Betty

Conveyance  YWD 1992/3  21 March, 1812

Contents:
The Trustees of the settled estates of Charles, Duke of Norfolk, to William Barber of Crooks Moor, Sheffield in the township of Nether Hallam, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, husbandman. Two cottages on Crooks Moor, Sheffield with garden and croft on the northwest side of the road from Upperthorpe, Sheffield to Crookes, Sheffield for £84

Affairs for which William Barber was trustee or executor  YWD 1992/4  1825-1842

Contents:
Will of William Bashforth (legacy papers); Will and probate of William Tarlington of Sheffield, victualler, 5 March, 1825, proved 28 December, 1835, and release for legacies by his son William, 10 November, 1842

Conveyance  YWD 1992/5  20 May, 1847

Contents:
George William Freeman of Leeds, gentleman, official receiver in the bankruptcy of Parker, Shore & Co. and a number of their creditors, to Eliza and Barbara Barber of Crooks Moor, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, spinsters. A close at Crookes Moor, Sheffield Side near Steel Bank called the Great Field, for £350

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  YWD 2022/1  17 November, 1783

Contents:
George Crawshaw of Fairest [Fairhurst] in the Chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire in the County of York, yeoman, to Thomas Peake of Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London. A messuage in Waldershelfe in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire called Pease Bloome House heretofore in the possession of John Wodson and now of Benjamin Jackson with the barn stable etc. and also all those several closes of land in Waldeshelfe known as the Housefield, Two Acres, the Pringle 1½ acres, Robbin Croft 2 acres and Fisher Ing 2 acres to the use of the estate of George Crawshaw

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  YWD 2022/2  20 June, 1792

Contents:
Richard Gillott of the chapelry of Bradfield, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, victualler and Ann his wife... to Francis Parker, clerk of Sheffield... barring destroying and extinguishing of estates tail... A moiety of a messuage, tenement or dwelling house in Waldershelfe in the Chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire aforesaid commonly called or known by the name of Pease bloom House late in the possession of John Wadron and now of Benjamin Jackson with the barn, stable, outbuildings, fold, orchard and garden in Waldershelfe called the Housefield, the Pingle, the Robbin Croft, the Carr, the new Entail, the Orchard, the Wheat Hagg, the Birthin bank, the cote field, the long oak, the little wood, the upper fisher ing and the nether fisher ing, in the tenure or occupation of the said Benjamin Jadkson to suffer a fine for the barring of the entail, and to the use of the said Richard Gillott and Ann his wife

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2022/3a-b  13, 14 February, 1804

Contents:
John Rimington of Hillsborough near Sheffield, Yorkshire, esquire, to William Ellison the younger of Sunny Bank within Bolsterstone in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, farmer. A messuage with barn, stable, fold, yard and other outbuildings and closes called the Homestead and Crofts, the Back of the Lathe, The Leys, The Great Ing, the Little Ing, the Stabble Field, the Field above the field, the Upper Wood, The Long Ing, The Robbin Croft, the round Green, the near Hermit Field, the far Hermit Field, the Winney Royd and Wood, the far and near Hanging Fields etc., for £1,700; reciting that he held the manor of Bolsterstone, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire with a right to dispose of such lands as he chose. Includes the schedule of deeds referred to

Feoffment  YWD 2022/4  9 October, 1804

Contents:
John Rimington of Hillsborough near Sheffield, esquire, to William Ellison the younger of Sunny Bank within Balderstone in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, farmer. Two parcels of land near a place called Storthhouse in Bolsterstone within the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire called near Ray Brow and far Ray Brow and the Little Field together with all ways, paths, water courses etc. for £150

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2022/5a-b  29, 30 March, 1806

Contents:
Thomas Hobson of Haldworth Bank in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, farmer, and the other heirs of Richard Gillot, to William Ellison the younger of Bradfield, Yorkshire farmer. Pease Bloom House etc. for £840; the Rev. Francis Parker being trustee for Ellison

Valuation of freehold land and buildings at Sunny Bank, Bradfield, Yorkshire, belonging to Mrs. Ellison  YWD 2022/6  16 July, 1857

Conveyance  YWD 2022/7  1866

Contents:
Charles Ridal of Etherthorpe near Darfield, Yorkshire in the County of York, farmer, and others (heirs of John Ridal of Wadsley, Yorkshire yeoman) to John Johnson of Carlisle Street East in the parish of Sheffield, builder. A piece of land at Stocksbridge, Yorkshire bounded on the north by other land belonging to Charles Ridal contracted to be sold to Birkhead, on the south by other land of Charles Ridal, on the east by other land of Charles Ridal intended to form part of a street there, and on the east by the Glebe belonging to the perpetual curacy of Bolsterstone, and another piece of land adjoining it for £121. John Johnson to leave a frontage of 4½ yards along the Eastern boundary, maintain the drain and half the cost of the road. 27 February, 1866. Plan

Mortgage  YWD 2022/8  1 May, 1847

Contents:
Thomas Ellison of Sunny Bank in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire and parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, yeoman, to Mary Crowther of Owlerton in the parish of Sheffield, widow. Pease Bloom House etc. for £550

Redemption of mortgage  YWD 2022/9  2 December, 1872

Contents:
John Machin late of Wardsend in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, file manufacturer, but now of Sheffield, gentleman, and others, to William Ellison of Sunny Bank near Bolsterstone. Pease Bloom House, etc. as trustees for the marriage settlement of Mary Crowther, mortgagee, and James Machin; for £550, the principal borrowed by Thomas Ellison from Mary Crowther, all interest having been paid

Epitome of the will of William Ellison of Brightholmlee near Oughtibridge, Sheffield, farmer  YWD 2122  10 September, 1878

Abstract of title  YWD 2022/10  15 July, 1880

Contents:
Mr. John Johnson to freehold property at Stocksbridge, Yorkshire

Lease  YWD 2028/1  1867

Contents:
John Jeffcock of Cowley, Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, esquire, to Henry Booth of Greenmoor near Wortley in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire, stone merchant, Sarah Ann Brown of Greenmoor, widow, Joseph Hudson of Nether Mill in Penistone, Yorkshire cornmiller, and Edward Swift of Penistone, Yorkshire quarry manager. The Delph Stone in the quarry now open under closes at Well Hill in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire called The Lower Holy Field and the Stones Common Wood, with permission for all necessary quarrying operations, for ten years at a yearly rent of £150. 7 August, 1867. Plan

Deed of partnership  YWD 2028/2  3 December, 1868

Contents:
Between Henry Booth of Navarino, Terrace, Dalston in the parish of Hackney, Middlesex, stone merchant, Sarah Ann Brown of Greenmoor in the township of Hunshelf in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire, widow, Edward Swift of Penistone, Yorkshire bookkeeper and Joseph Hudson of Nether Mill in the township of Thurlstone in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire cornmiller, in the business of stone merchants and quarrymen; with an account of their previous activities without an instrument of copartnership and a list of debtors to be paid

Property in Hathersage, Derbyshire  YWD 2047  [n.d.]

Copy of the will of Thomas Bingham of Hathersage, Derbyshire wireworker  YWD 2047/1  6 March, 1773

Contents:
His house to Mary his wife for her life, then to son John; money to sons Francis, William, Thomas, daughters Elizabeth, Ann, his daughter Mary by his first wife (whose surname he cannot recollect) one shilling

Feoffment  YWD 2047/2  5 April, 1802

Contents:
John Bingham of Bakewell, Derbyshire, wireworker, to James Brightmore of Highlow in the parish of Hope, Derbyshire, farmer. The house in which his father Thomas Bingham and his mother Mary, both dead, used to live, in Hathersage, Derbyshire for £52.10.0

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2047/3a-b  25, 26 March, 1784

Contents:
Samuel Hallows Hamer and William Stanley of Rotherham, Yorkshire, gentleman, and William Haigh of Tideswell, yeoman, trustees for the creditors of James Walton of Hathersage, Derbyshire innholder, to Robert Hibberson of Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire, carrier. The house in which James Walton dwelt [the one formerly Thomas Bingham's] for £120, for the repayment of the debts

Feoffment  YWD 2047/4  25 March, 1800

Contents:
Robert Hibberson of Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire, carrier, to Thomas Cocker of Hathersage, Derbyshire wiredrawer, and his trustee William Ibberson (signs Ibbotson) of Carr Head in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire farmer. The Rock Inn in Hathersage, Derbyshire formerly in the possession of James Walton, for £130

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 2047/5a-b  18, 19 July, 1825

Contents:
Thomas Cocker of Hathersage, Derbyshire wiredrawer, following an agreement with Henry Cocker of the same, wiredrawer, who has already pledged his own property as security for the same loan, to the Rev. Stuart Corbett of Wortley, D.D., the Rev. Thomas Sutton of Sheffield, clerk, Rowland Hodgson of Sheffield, esquire, James Montgomery of Sheffield, printer, and John Newbould of Sheffield, merchant. His house in Hathersage, Derbyshire for the agreed loan to Henry Cocker of £1,500

Feoffment  YWD 2047/6  12 April, 1804

Contents:
George Smilter of Hathersage, Derbyshire, shoemaker and Sarah his wife, to James Brightmore of Highlow in the parish of Hope, Derbyshire farmer. Closes in Hathersage, Derbyshire called the Horstnell and the Little Croft or Pingle near the churchyard, for £192, reciting a fine; with a schedule of deeds back to 1649 (John Eyre to Lyonell Smilter)

Smilter's Farm later Hodgkinson's Farm  YWD 2047/7a-c  1762

Contents:
Conveyance (lease and release). Henry Froggatt of Baslow in the parish of Bakewell, Derbyshire, yeoman and Ann his wife, to Samuel Marsden of Baslow, husbandman. Their third share of an old decayed messuage in Hathersage, Derbyshire the barn adjoining, and closes called the Nether Hepcroft, the Upper Hepcroft, the Middle Hepcroft, the Little Croft, the Long Croft, the Meadow and the Balk, in the occupation of James and Thomas Hodgkinson, for £96, with arrangements for a fine. 23 and 24 March, 1762 with final concord, 8 days of the Feast of the Purification, 1762

Smilter's Farm, Hathersage, Derbyshire  YWD 2047/8  21 April, 1766

Contents:
Copy of Deed to declare uses. Martha Ellis of Sheffield, widow, to William Clayton of Sheffield, innkeeper, and Mary his wife. A fourth part of land in Fulwood and a two thirds share of a messuage and land in Hathersage, Derbyshire called Smilter's Farm or, now, Hodgkinson's Farm, with the Long Croft, the Bank, the Great Meadow, the Little Meadow, the Croft at the backside of the house or the Barn Croft, the Upper Hepcrofts and Nether Hepcrofts, for her own use during life, then to William and Mary, then to Mary's issue, then to William's heirs

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2047/9a-b  17, 18 August, 1767

Contents:
William Clayton of Sheffield, innkeeper, and Mary his wife (daughter of Joseph Ellis late of Attercliffe, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, yeoman, deceased, and Martha his wife, now also deceased) to Abraham Cooper of Eyam, Derbyshire baker. Two thirds share of Smilter's Farm, now Hodgkinson's Farm in Hathersage, Derbyshire with closes as before, for £340

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2047/10a-c  1772

Contents:
Samuel Marsden late of Baslow but now of Eyam, Derbyshire and Sarah his wife, to Abraham Cooper. The other third of Smilter's Farm, Hathersage, Derbyshire for £126. 11 and 12 February, 1772. With bond of indemnity against Dower

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2047/11a-c  1781

Contents:
Abraham Cooper of Eyam, Derbyshire, baker and Sarah his wife, to James Brightmore of Highlow in the parish of Hope, Derbyshire yeoman. Smilter's Farm as before, for £470. 1 and 2 June, 1781. With a bond for indemnity against dower

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 2047/12a-d  1825, 1876

Contents:
James Brightmore to Ebenezer Brooke of Highfield in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman, and Joseph Burdekin of Bridgehouses in the same parish, file manufacturer (trustees and executors of Ebenezer Hancock of the Upper and Lower Rolling mills in Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield roller of silver and copper, deceased). The messuage (now decayed) and fields as before, for £400. 23 and 24 September, 1876 with reconveyance and redemption. 14 July, 1825

Post-nuptial settlement  YWD 2047/13  14 June, 1722

Contents:
Thomas Camm of Brookfield, in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire, yeoman, to Francis Bingham, wiresievemaker, and Mary his wife, daughter of Thomas Camm. A yard and two barns, an orchard, and closes called Upper Field, Middle Field, Nether Field, Lords Greave, Meadow Bank and "that Hudley next adjoining to the Viccaridge Croft, all which Camm purchased of John Eyre of Crookhill and are now occupied by Francis Bingham; to uses, in pursuance of his promise before the marriage

Copy of the will of Francis Bingham of Hathersage, Derbyshire yeoman  YWD 2047/14  1762

Contents:
Properties bequeathed: Smith's Farm, Eastwood's Farm, [Skinner] Farm, a parcel at the end of the Lords Greave taken in from the common, Close called Noatcarr, rented from John Spencer, and the tithes of Hathersage, Derbyshire. Wife Mary; sons Thomas, George, Hugh; granddaughter Mary, child of Thomas's first wife, Sarah; daughters Ann Gleadhill, Elizabeth Wilkin, Martha Darrand and Mary Smilter, son-in-law William Wilkin. 9 April, 1762. Note: Mary died shortly after her husband

Release for money legacies  YWD 2047/15  30 November, 1764

Contents:
By Daniel Gleadhill of Woodland in the parish of Hope, Derbyshire, farmer, and Ann his wife, William Wilkin of Hathersage, Derbyshire weaver, and Elizabeth his wife, Thomas Darrand of Stannington, Yorkshire, grinder, and Martha his wife, Matthew Smilter of Hathersage, Derbyshire shoemaker and Mary his wife, to Thomas Bingham

Mortgage  YWD 2047/16-17  1764-1765

Contents:
Thomas Bingham of Hathersage, Derbyshire yeoman and Mary his wife, to William Bower of Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire, gentleman. The messuage and fields settled by Thomas Camm [ ] for £100. 1 December, 1764 with final concord, Hilary, 1765

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2047/18a-b  9, 10 December, 1772

Contents:
Thomas Bingham of Hathersage, Derbyshire yeoman, to Francis Rodgers of Whorestones in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire yeoman. The property inherited from Thomas Camm (without the house, in which Thomas lives) [ ] for £570

Mortgage (lease)  YWD 2047/19  12 July, 1773

Contents:
Francis Rodgers of Whorestones in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire, yeoman, to Randolph Carleil of Brosterfield in the parish of Eyam, Derbyshire, gentleman. The property as before, for £500

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2047/20a-b  4, 5 April, 1781

Contents:
Francis Rodgers of Whorestones in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, and his mortgagee, to John Kirk of Highlow in the parish of Hope, Derbyshire, yeoman. The property as before, except Thomas Bingham's house, with Rodgers's part of Moscar or Moscar House Rents, for £465.19.0. to Randolph Carleil, the mortgagee

Assignment of mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 2047/21a-b  4 January, 1848

Contents:
Henry Cocker and his mortgagees to Joseph Read of Wincobank [...] Hall in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, esquire, John Rodgers of Sheffield, cutler, James Wilson of Sheffield, gentleman, and James Deakin of Sheffield, merchant. A messuage at Hathersage, Derbyshire with a warehouse and factory, closes comprising Smilter's Farm, etc., for £300 in part discharge. 11 and 12 October, 1830.
Endorsed with a further assignment to John Jones and Samuel Parker

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 2047/22a-b  1834, 1840

Contents:
Henry and Thomas Cocker, and Albert Smith, their mortgagee, to Hugh Parker of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, esquire and Offley Shore of Norton, Derbyshire, esquire. The Hathersage, Derbyshire estate, for £800, paid to Albert Smith. 20 and 21 June, 1834.
Endorsed with a transfer to John Jones and Samuel Parker. 30 December, 1840

Malthouse and Maltkiln at Hathersage, Derbyshire  YWD 2048  [n.d.]

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 2048/1  1776

Contents:
Francis Rodgers of Whorestones in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire, yeoman, to Mary Bingham of Hathersage, Derbyshire widow, William Broomhead of the same, yeoman, and Abraham Slinn of Hathersage, Derbyshire laborer, the executors of Thomas Bingham, late of Hathersage, Derbyshire wireworker, deceased, by agreement with James Walton of Hathersage, Derbyshire gentleman, who has not paid all the sum he borrowed from Thomas Bingham, and on whose behalf Francis Rodgers has agreed to put up the money. A malthouse and maltkin in Hathersage, Derbyshire erected on a place where a messuage formerly stood which James Walton purchased of Matthew Smilter and his wife. 4 March, 1776

Redemption of mortgage  YWD 2048/2  19 March, 1784

Contents:
William Broomhead of Hathersage, Derbyshire yeoman, and Abraham Slinn, laborer, by direction of John Froggatt of Sheffield, builder, to Thomas Walton of Hathersage, Derbyshire gentleman. A malthouse, maltkiln, etc. in Hathersage, Derbyshire on the site of a messuage purchased from Matthew Smilter, reciting the terms on which James Walton borrowed money from Thomas Bingham and was given further time on security of this property by Broomhead and Slinn, his executors, and Walton's subsequent bankruptcy; for £105 to the executors and £31.10.0. to Froggatt

Mortgage  YWD 2048/3  29 March, 1819

Contents:
Thomas Walton of Hathersage, Derbyshire, yeoman, to Sarah Eyre of Sheffield, spinster. Three dwellings in Hathersage, Derbyshire converted by Thomas Walton from a malthouse formerly James Walton's, for £110

Assignment and Conveyance  YWD 2048/4  3 June, 1822

Contents:
Thomas Walton and Sarah Eyre to Henry Cocker of Hathersage, Derbyshire, wiredrawer. The malthouse and maltkiln etc. in Hathersage, Derbyshire mortgaged by Thomas Walton to Sarah Eyre, for £110 to Sarah Eyre and £290 to Thomas Walton

Assignment  YWD 2048/5  13 November, 1822

Contents:
Henry Cocker to Samuel Cocker of Hathersage, Derbyshire, wiredrawer. The property in Hathersage, Derbyshire for the rest of a term, as trustee. 13 November, 1822.
Declaration of trust by Samuel Cocker

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 2048/6a-b  11, 12 October, 1832

Contents:
Henry Cocker of Hathersage, Derbyshire, needle manufacturer, and Thomas Cocker of the same, wiredrawer, to Albert Smith of Sheffield, gentleman. A messuage now occupied by Henry Cocker and his warehouse and factory and cottages adjoining (the road from Sheffield to Hope, Derbyshire on their south side) and a barn and closes formerly called Smilter's Farm and now Hodgkinson's Farm and the site of the homestead now decayed and destroyed in Hathersage, Derbyshire for a loan of £800

Mortgage  YWD 2048/7  21 October, 1840

Contents:
Henry Cocker of Hathersage, Derbyshire, needle manufacturer, and Robert Cocker late of Hathersage, Derbyshire, but now of New York, needle manufacture, to Samuel Parker and John Jones of Sheffield as trustee for the Sheffield and Hallamshire Banking Company. Their estates (described in detail) in Hathersage, Derbyshire security for a loan of £5,500

Transfer of security  YWD 2048/8  1845-1848

Contents:
John Rodgers of Sheffield, cutlery manufacturer, and James Wilson of Sheffield, gentleman, (survivors of four mortgagees) to John Jones of Sheffield, mercer, and Samuel Parker of the same, merchant. The messuages in Hathersage, Derbyshire in Henry Cocker's mortgage of October 1830. 4 January, 1848.
Included, a declaration of their powers to sell the property, addressed to Henry Cocker. 16 October, 1845

John Brightmore of Highlow in the parish of Hope, Derbyshire, farmer  YWD 2049/1  15, 16 July, 1825

Contents:
Eldest son and heir of James Brightmore late of the same, farmer, deceased to Henry Cocker of Hathersage, Derbyshire wire drawer. A barn and building formerly part of Smilter's Farm or Hodgkinson's Farm, now decayed, and the Long Croft, the Bank, the Great Meadow, the Little Meadow, the Croft at the backside of the decayed building, or the Barncroft and the north end of a yard next to the house where Thomas Bingham formerly dwelt and closes called the Upper Field, the Middle Field and the Nether Field (now in one field), the Lord's Greave, the Meadow, the Bank and a close next adjoining the Vicarage Croft in Hathersage, Derbyshire for £1,920; Benjamin Schofield of Sheffield, accountant, being a party, and accepting trusts

Mortgage (Lease and release)  YWD 2049/2a-b  18, 19 July, 1825

Contents:
Henry Cocker of Hathersage, Derbyshire, wiredrawer, to the Rev. Stuart Corbett of Wortley, Yorkshire, Doctor of Divinity and others. A barn or building in Hathersage, Debyshire now decayed adjoining Smilter's Farm or Hodgkinson's Farm, and closes called the Long Croft, the Bank, the Great Meadow, the Little Meadow, the Croft at the backside of the building or Barn Croft and a yard at the north end of the house where Thomas Bingham dwelt, and the Upper Field, Middle Field and Nether Field (now in one field), the Lord's Greave, the Meadow, the Bank and a Hudley or Close adjoining the Vicarage, the Horsonalls and the Pingle and another messuage in Hathersage, Derbyshire for £1,500

Assignment of mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 2049/3a-b  11, 12 October, 1830

Contents:
The Rev. Stuart Corbett of Wortley, Yorkshire, Doctor in Divinity and his fellow mortgagees, by direction of Henry Cocker of Hathersage, Derbyshire needle manufacturer, and Thomas Cocker of the same, wiredrawer, to Joseph Read of Wincobank [...] Hall in the parish of Sheffield, esquire. A messuage in Hathersage, Derbyshire, formerly James Walton's and at one time The Rock Inn, as collateral security for the remainder of recited mortgages and further charges

V.T. Younge's properties  YWD 2051  [n.d.]

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 2051/1a-b  9, 10 February, 1780

Contents:
John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, silver plated manufacturer, and John Younge his eldest son, to Elizabeth Fell of New Hall in Sheffield, widow. A messuage at Brincliffe Edge, Sheffield with closes called Kiln Hill, Meadow, Croft, the Cliff, the Near Holme, the Long Holme, the Spring, the Gatefield, the Little Holme, the two Saw Crofts; and a messuage at Button Hill with Hall Field, Flatt, the Flax Lands, the Fox Field and the Nether Craven Field and property and Prior Row in Sheffield and several rents, as further security for a loan of £6,000

Appointment  YWD 2051/2  8 February, 1780

Contents:
John Trevers Younge to his son John; the use etc. of messuages in Prior Row and lands near Little Sheffield Moor

Release and reconveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2051/3a-b  29, 30 May, 1793

Contents:
Elizabeth Fell of Newhall in Sheffield, widow, and John Younge of Sheffield, silver plated manufacturer, to John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, silver plated manufacturer. Lands in Sheffield, at Brincliffe Edge, Sheffield and Button Hill, the loan for which they were given security having been paid

Certificate of redemption of land tax  YWD 2051/4  June 1799

Contents:
With list of J. T. Young's properties liable to tax

Abstract of the title of Samuel Younge to a freehold estate at Brincliffe Edge, Sheffield  YWD 2051/5  1842

Extract (made 1842) from the Ecclesall, Sheffield Enclosure Award  YWD 2051/6  1842

Contents:
Allotments awarded to J. T. Younge

Copy of the will of John Trevers Younge  YWD 2051/7  n.d

Copies of deeds  YWD 2052  [n.d.]

The trustees of Miss C. E. Younge to the Sheffield Corporation  YWD 2052/1  2 November, 1932

Contents:
Land between Archer Lane, Sandford Grove Road, and Edgedale Road, Sheffield [the site of Edge End is included]

Miss Younge's trustees to Sheffield Corporation. Land for widening Archer Lane, Sheffield  YWD 2052/2  5 July, 1911

Miss Younge's trustees to John Middleton  YWD 2052/3  25 September, 1919

Contents:
Land in Edgedale Road, Sheffield

Copies (continuously on numbered sheets) of the wills of Elias Wordsworth of Sheffield, draper and mercer  YWD 2126/1  1739

Contents:
(Codicil 1740); Samuel Wordsworth of London, his brother, 1772 (proved 1774); Josias Wordsworth of Wadworth, Yorkshire esquire, their cousin, 1776 (codicils 1779, 1779)

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2126/2a-b  11, 12 July, 1737

Contents:
Godfrey and John Webster of Chesterfield, Derbyshire tanners, devisees of Thomas Bright late of Graystones in Ecclesall, Sheffield, gentleman, deceased, with the widow Mary and children John, Thomas, Samuel, Mary and Elizabeth and sister Barbara Carr, to Elias Wordsworth of Sheffield, mercer. The messuage at Graystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield with the Great Cliff Field, the Little Cliff Field, the Great Crooke, Sheffield the Little Crooke, Sheffield the Flatt, the Long Dole, the Upper Ecclesall, [...] Field, the Nether Ecclesall, [...] Field, for £740

Counterpart Lease  YWD 2126/3  25 March, 1763

Contents:
John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, mercer, and Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas Hall of Ecclesall, [...] Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, victualler. A piece of land, part of the Gill Carr [in Younge Street], Sheffield for a perpetual rent of 45/5d

Younge estate. Leases [for building]  YWD 2127  [n.d.]

John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, merchant, to William Duke of Sheffield, cutler. A piece of the Gill Carr in Little Sheffield in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, for ninety-nine years at £3.15.0. a year  YWD 2127/1  4 March, 1779

John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, merchant, to William Smith of Sheffield, turner  YWD 2127/2  24 July, 1790

Contents:
Part of a garden in Little Sheffield adjoining Francis Fenton's cottage on the west side of Bishop Street otherwise Green Street, for ninety-nine years at £2.14.7. a year. Plan

John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, merchant, to John Stacey of Sheffield, carpenter  YWD 2127/3  1 May, 1790

Contents:
A part of the Gill Carr in Little Sheffield in the township of Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, for ninety-nine years at £6 a year. Plan

John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, merchant, to John Harris of Little Sheffield, carpenter  YWD 2127/4  1 March, 1791

Contents:
A plot in Tudor Street, Sheffield for ninety-nine years at £1.13.1. a year. Plan

John Trevers Younge of Sheffield, merchant, to Charles Butler of the same, cutler  YWD 2127/5  22 July, 1791

Contents:
A plot in Tudor Street, Sheffield for ninety-nine years at £1.11.4. a year. Plan

John Trevers Younge to William Strafford, bricklayer. A plot, in Tudor Street, Sheffield for ninety-nine years at £1.10.0. Plan  YWD 2127/6  10 October, 1791

John Trevers Younge to Richard Wilson of Sheffield, pawn-broker  YWD 2127/7  31 August, 1791

Contents:
A plot in Bishop Street, Sheffield for ninety-nine years at £1.13.10. a year. Plan

Benjamin Hadfield, builder, and John Hadfield, merchant, both of Sheffield, with the consent of John Trevers Younge, to George Thorndell of Sheffield, poulterer  YWD 2127/8  28 February, 1797

Contents:
A plot in Bishop Street, Sheffield for the remainder of a previous lease, Benjamin Hadfield's partnership with Edward Spittlehouse having been dissolved, for £1.9.10. Plan

Charles Butler of Sheffield, cutler, with the consent of John Trevers Younge, to William Wood of Upper Hallam, Sheffield farmer  YWD 2127/9  18 June, 1799

Contents:
A plot in Tudor Street, Sheffield for the remainder of a former lease, for 19/-d. Plan [with buildings]

Francis Otter of Ranby near Wragby, Lincolnshire and others to Charles Middleton of Glover Road in Sheffield, confidential clerk  YWD 2127/10  18 June, 1887

Contents:
Land in the township of Ecclesall Bierlow, [...] Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield in Lower Oakbrooke Road [south side, from Rustlings Road to Hangingwater Road] for ten years at £45 a year, with conditions including the making of a road [Westwood Road]. Plan

Marriage settlement (lease and release)  YWD 2128/1a-b  21, 22 October, 1777

Contents:
John Nodder of Cutthorpe, Derbyshire, gentleman, and Jemima, daughter of George Fidler of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, butcher; trustees, Adam Slater of Chesterfield, Derbyshire esquire, and the Rev. Laurence Bourne of Dronfield, Derbyshire, clerk. The property settled is a brick messuage in New Street and Skargill Croft, and a messuage and farm at Rusling Parks, with the two Rusling Parks, the Park Meadow, the Rushy Park Meadow, part of the Ryefield, the Bridge Meadow

Deed to bar the entail  YWD 2128/2  11 May, 1841

Contents:
Jemima Nodder of Marsh Green in the parish of Ashover, the Rev. Joseph Nodder of the Rectory of Ashover, clerk, and Jane Nodder of Marsh Green, spinster, the children of John and Jemima Nodder, to John Charge of Chesterfield, Derbyshire esquire. Rustling Parks and the other lands in their mother's marriage settlement, in trust to uses, the entail thereby being barred

Conveyance  YWD 2128/3-5  1799 - 1854

Contents:
The Rev. Joseph Nodder of Ashover, Derbyshire, clerk, and Mary Anne his wife, with Jemima Nodder of Ashover, spinster. The messuage at Rusling Parks with the Rushling Parks, the Park Meadow, the Far Field or Bridge Field, for £3,800, to Joseph, and £1,000 to Jemima, and £500 to Frederic William Wilson of Sheffield, gentleman, who had begun to purchase the land but had sold his contract to Younge. Plan. 17 June, 1854.
Redemption of land tax, on all John Nodder's lands, 1799.
Baptism and burial certificates for the Nodders

Greystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield  YWD 2129  [n.d.]

Conveyance (lease missing)  YWD 2129/1a-b  1757

Contents:
Henry Ibbotson of Netherhirst in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire, yeoman, to Jonathan Ibbotson of Graystones in the parish of Sheffield, husbandman, his nephew. A building or dwelling house and tenement at Graystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield with a croft and another small parcel of land, for £5 and "other considerations".
12 January, 1757.
Bond for performance, same date

Mortgage  YWD 2129/2-3  1775, 1779

Contents:
William Ibbotson of Sheffield, cutler, to Joshua Shaw of Sheffield, cutler. A building or dwelling house at Graystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield and two parcels of land, for £20.
9 November, 1775.
Reassignment. Joshua Shaw to William Ibbotson, for £21, principal and unpaid interest. 10 July, 1779

Reassignment  YWD 2129/4  1776, 1779

Contents:
John Morton, cutler, Joseph Caley, cutler, and Samuel Roberts, cutler, all of Sheffield, to William Ibbotson of Sheffield, cutler. A dwelling at Graystones and two parcels of land, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £35.3.4. being the principal (£30) and interest of a mortgage of 2 February, 1776. 13 July, 1779

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2129/5a-c  1779

Contents:
William Ibbotson of Sheffield, cutler, and Susanna his wife, with Robert Longdon of Dore, Derbyshire in the parish of Dronfield, Derbyshire, and Ann his wife, to William Sheldon of Sheffield, buttonmaker, Master of a Charitable Society held at the house of Robert Lister called The Ball in Campo Lane. A cottage or dwellinghouse at Graystones and two small parcels of land, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £44.15.0. to Ibbotson and £5.5.0. to Longdon, both sums from the fund of the Society, reciting a fine. 16 and 17 July, 1779.
Final concord, Fifteen days after Easter, 1779

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2129/6a-b  1786

Contents:
John Sheldon late of Sheffield but now of York, paper stainer, eldest son and heir of William Sheldon late of Sheffield, buttonmaker, who was formerly Master of a Charitable Society held at the house of Robert Lister called The Ball in Campo Lane, to William Jervis of Sheffield, cutler. A cottage at Graystones in Ecclesall, [...] Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield and two small parcels of ground, for £34. 1 and 2 August, 1786.
The occupiers, Henry Blagden, Jonathan Ibbotson, William Vickers, Thomas Vickers, confirming previous deeds

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2129/7a-c  1795, 1799

Contents:
William Jervis of Sheffield, cutler, to William Blacktin of Graystones, wheelwright. A cottage and two small pieces of ground at Graystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield tenanted as before and now by William Blacktin, for £40. 5 and 6 January, 1795.
Redemption of land tax. 1799

Copy of the will and probate of William Blagden  YWD 2129/8  1834, 1838

Contents:
[The same as the William Blacktin of the previous deed] of Nether Green in the township of Upper Hallam, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield. Daughters Sarah, wife of David Varah, Mary wife of William Andrew, Selina (left a house at Nether Green) and Elizabeth Mills (deceased) and her children William and Henry; sons William (house at Nether Green), Thomas (house at Nether Green) and Joseph (house at Graystones). 16 December, 1834. Proved, 29 May, 1838

Conveyance in trust  YWD 2129/9  15, 16 June, 1838

Contents:
Joseph Blagden of Sheffield, coach maker, to John Shirtcliffe of Sheffield, cutler. A cottage and two small parcels of land at Graystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield in trust as security for Joseph paying his subscription as holder of share No. 24 in the Gothic Building Company, from which he was entitled to draw £120; John Shirtcliffe entitled to sell if Blagden defaulted

Abstract of John Shirtcliffe's title  YWD 2129/10-12  1857

Contents:
Conditions of sale; wall paster; John Ryall's bill to the Gothic Building Company. March 1857.
Conveyance. John Shirtcliffe of Sheffield, cutler, to Robert Younge of Sheffield, wine merchant. The cottage and land for £136, Blagden having defaulted. 15 April, 1857

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2130/1a-b  30, 31 October, 1794

Contents:
Hugh Parker of Wood Thorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire esquire, eldest son of John Parker late of Woodthorpe, to Anthony Thompson of Whiteley Wood in the parish of Sheffield, merchant. An allotment of Dove Hill Common in the township of Ecclesall, [...] Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, for £45

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2130/2a-b  30, 31 May, 1800

Contents:
Anthony Thompson of Whiteley Wood in the parish of Sheffield, merchant, to Samuel Greaves of Greystones, grocer. An allotment at Dove Hill Common, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £200

Recovery  YWD 2131/1  1745

Contents:
Joseph Clay, gentleman, versus John Hollis, gentleman. One messuage, etc. in Ecclesall, [...] Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield; Mary Bright and Thomas Bright, vouchees. Trinity Term

Conveyance  YWD 2131/2  24 June, 1841

Contents:
John William Smith of Sheffield, gentleman, and John Heard of Nottingham, esquire, trustees of the will of William Ford Rawson late of Wincobank, Yorkshire esquire, deceased, to Robert Younge of Sheffield, wine merchant. A messuage and farm at Greystones with the Barn Field, the Long Field, the New Leys (formerly two fields), the Birk Field, the Myers, the Wood Field and the Spring Wood and an allotment of Common at Dove Hill, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £5,750

Deed of exchange  YWD 2156  15 May, 1885

Contents:
The Trustees of the will of Robert Younge late of Greystones, esquire, deceased, give to William Henry Greaves Bagshawe of Ford Hall, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire, esquire, plots of land at Dove Houses and in Greystones Road, Ecclesall, Sheffield and £248 in exchange for the Wheel Field (or Wheat Field) and the Wood Field by the River Porter and a piece of waste land adjoining Rustlings Farm

Conveyance  YWD 2157  1842

Contents:
Sarah Waterhouse of Southall, Middlesex widow, by direction of John Sansom, who owes her £4,870.12.6. due to her late husband John Waterhouse of Bolt Court, Fleet Street, London, silver plater, to Robert Younge of Sheffield, wine merchant. The Barn Close, the Near Close, the Little Bank with the house on it, the Middle Close, the Far Close, and the Great Bank (formerly How Park or Hare Park and then used as a spring wood) and an allotment, all at Greystones, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £1,100 in part payment. 17 December, 1842. Plan: the closes adjoin the Spur Gear Wheel on Smith Wood Road

Articles of partnership  YWD 2162  30 September, 1843

Contents:
James Wilson of Sheffield, gentleman, Samuel Younge of Sheffield, gentleman, and Thomas Pierson of Sheffield, gentleman, all solicitors of the Court of Queen's Bench and Court of Chancery, agree to carry on business together as attorneys. Pierson has previously practised separately, the other two have already been partners for some time

Wharncliffe Side School  YWD 2163/1-3  1930-1938

Contents:
Appointment of new trustees - the representatives of Joseph Dixon hand over to the Bishop of Sheffield and others. 14 August, 1930.
Board of Education. Scheme... for the Wharncliffe Side Church of England School. 5 November, 1934.
Correspondence about the sanitary arrangements. July, 1938

Wharncliffe Side School. Deed of gift  YWD 2164/1  14 September, 1886

Contents:
Joseph Dixon of Spring Grove Paper Mills, Oughtibridge [...] near Sheffield, paper manufacturer, to John Hudson of Hob Lane in Bradfield, Yorkshire and others. A plot of land at Wharncliffe Side Green, as a site for a school, with conditions. Plan

Agreement  YWD 2164/2  1 October, 1910

Contents:
The Rector of Bradfield, Yorkshire and the Trustees and Managers of the school come to an arrangement with the West Riding County Council about the use and management of the school (an elementary school)

Lands in Worrall, Yorkshire  YWD 2170  [n.d.]

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2170/1a-b  5, 6 April, 1803

Contents:
The Rev. Charles Stead Hope [...] of Derby and Ellen his wife, with others, to John Ibberson of Taggstones in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, farmer and cutler, and John Watson of Sheffield, silverplater. Closes in Worrall, Yorkshire called Aspe Lands or Hespe Lands, the Well Close or Wellend, the Wellshaw Close, all in Stubbing Lane, the Far Close and the Gate Bank (which last was an allotment of common at the enclosure of Loxley, Sheffield Chase) all in Worrall, Yorkshire for £546; reciting title and legal difficulties

Abstract of a lease  YWD 2170/2  28 November, 1809

Contents:
By the Rev. Charles Hope, Derbyshire of land in Worrall, Yorkshire to Benjamin Hobson

Statement  YWD 2170/3  7 June, 1810

Contents:
(Separate) by George Hobson of Peck Hall, aged 79, about the ownership of land in Worrall, Yorkshire (formerly Benjamin Stead's)

Assignment of term as mortgage  YWD 2170/4  26 October, 1810

Contents:
John Ibberson of Taggstones in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, cutler and farmer, to Nathaniel Shirt of Denby Mills in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire, miller. Closes in Worrall, Yorkshire called the Aspe Lands or Hesp Lands, the Well Close or Welland, the Wellshaw Close, all in Stubbing Far Close and the Gate Bank, which last is an allotment of common awarded at the enclosure of Loxley, Sheffield Chase, for the remainder of a term of 1000 years and upon the trusts of a deed recited (but without date) as security for a loan of £550

Conveyance  YWD 2170/5  25 April, 1812

Contents:
The executors of the will of Nathaniel Shirt late of Denby Mills in the parish of Penistone, Yorkshire, who was himself executor of Benjamin Hudson late of Water Hall in Penistone, Yorkshire and John Ibberson of Tagg Stones, mortgagor, to Sarah Hudson of Water Hall, widow of Benjamin. The Aspe Lands or Hesp Lands, the Well Close or Welland, the Well Shaw Close in Stubbing Lane, and the Far Close and the Gate Bank, all in Worrall, Yorkshire for the repayment of the mortgage, which Sarah has requested to do so that she may let the land to John Ibberson, who is her brother-in-law

Deed of exchange  YWD 2170/6  21 October, 1812

Contents:
William Baxter of Worrall, Yorkshire in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire and parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, farmer, with his mortgagee John Smith of Sheffield, gentleman, gives to Sarah Hudson of Water Hall in the township of Penistone, Yorkshire widow, part of a close called Wellshaw in Worrall, Yorkshire in exchange for the upper part of a close called Welland adjoining, in Stubbing Lane, Baxter also giving £20

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2170/7a-b  5, 6 June, 1820

Contents:
Simeon Tingle of Loxley, Sheffield in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, and others (mortgagees and their heirs) to Joel Eaton of Middlewood, Sheffield in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, yeoman, as trustee for Sarah Hudson of Aspe in Worrall, Yorkshire widow. Part of the Shoe Broad Close in Worrall, Yorkshire comprising parts of closes formerly called the Well Shaw, the Well Croft, the Shaw Head, the Shoe Road and the Shoe Broach, and the Tanfield or Tunwell Field with a lane, for various sums paid by John Sheldon of Machon Bank in the parish of Sheffield, executor of John Smith

Conveyance  YWD 2170/8  22 December, 1843

Contents:
The Rev. William Irvin of Bolsterstone in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire and parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, clerk, and Joel Eaton late of Middlewood, Sheffield but now of Limestone Cottage in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire devisees in trust for the late Sarah Hudson, formerly of the Cottage near Worrall, Yorkshire deceased, to Elijah Eaton of Beeley Wood Works, near Oughtibridge, Sheffield tilter. The Asp Lands or Hespe Lands, the Well Close and the Well Shaw Close in Stubbing Lane and the Far Close and the Gate Bank (an allotment) all in Worrall, Yorkshire for £910

Mortgage  YWD 2170/9  14 April, 1857

Contents:
Elijah Eaton of Beeley Wood Works, near Oughtibridge, Sheffield in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, tilter, to William Beardshall of Ashcroft near Wentworth, Yorkshire, gentleman. A messuage near Worrall, Yorkshire with smithy, etc. and closes called Well Lands, The Walshaw, the Town Well Lane, the Town Well Field, the Shoe Broad, the Asplands, the Plantation Field and the Plantation and Wood successively occupied by Sarah Hudson, then of Joseph Ibbotson and now of Joel Redfearn, for £250

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 2170/10-11  1867, 1868

Contents:
By Elijah Eaton the younger of Middlewood, Sheffield and his father's mortgagees to Elizabeth Davison of Whiston, Yorkshire, widow, for £600. 30 December, 1867
Reconveyance. William Davison of Whiston (son of Elizabeth) to Elijah Eaton. 17 June, 1878

Mortgage to Edward Wilkinson  YWD 2170/12-17  13 August, 1884

Contents:
Includes: reconveyance by Emma Wilkinson, 12 October, 1889.
Abstract of title of Elijah Eaton, 1899.
Conveyance. Elijah Eaton of Sheffield, steel forger, to Joseph Turner of Priory House, Middlewood, Sheffield, quarry owner, for £1,350. 25 October, 1899.
Mortgage. Turner to T. S. Furniss. 25 October, 1899; and reconveyance, 8 December, 1912.
Conveyance. Joseph Turner of the Priory House, Middlewood, Sheffield, quarry owner, to Arthur Blackwell of Oughtibridge, Sheffield managing director of a limited company, for £1,000. 3 June, 1913.
Agreement. Blackwell deposits title deeds with Turner as security for £700, 3 June, 1913; pays off 14 February, 1914

Covenant  YWD 2195/1  22 August, 1853

Contents:
The Birkenhead, Lancashire and Cheshire Railway Company agree to indemnify William Fosbery and Thomas Booth of Liverpool, against all claims arising from the sale, in recited deeds, of two pieces of land in Birkenhead to the Chester and Birkenhead Railway, now amalgamated with the Company

Conveyance  YWD 2195/2-3  1853, 1860

Contents:
William Dixon, William Fosbery and William Jackson, all of Liverpool, to the Birkenhead, Lancashire and Cheshire Railway Company. The equity of redemption on land fronting the River Mersey, with the wharfs and ferry and the Monks Ferry Hotel, reciting previous deeds.
31 December, 1853.
Joseph Barrows covenants with Groves Earp and others to produce deeds to the executors of William Fosbery.
18 November, 1860

Conveyance  YWD 2209/1  13 June, 1810

Contents:
Charles Stead Hope, Derbyshire of Derby, clerk, with Robert Hope, Derbyshire and Florence Hope, Derbyshire to William Ronksley of the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, farmer, and trustees. A piece of land near Tagstones, Allotment No. 10 at the enclosure of Loxley Chase, Sheffield reciting new title and reasons for selling, for £205.16.0

Enfranchisement  YWD 2209/2  30 November, 1784

Contents:
Charles Earl of Surrey to James Ronksley of Rivelin Side in the parish of Bradfield, Yorkshire, yeoman. A fee farm or quit rent of 13/-d payable out of Rivelin Side, for £13

Enfranchisement  YWD 2209/3  20 June, 1785

Contents:
Charles Earl of Surrey to Nicholas Ronksley of Morewood in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, yeoman. A rent issuing from a messuage at Morewood, Bradfield, Yorkshire and closes called the Meadow, the Pingle, the Nether Field, the Stake Field, the Upper Field, the Horse Croft, the Rough Ingle, the Two Long Crofts and the Little Croft, formerly the estate of Edward Ibbotson and by him and his wife Eliza, surrendered to Francis Ronksley, Nicholas' father, of 8/4, for £50

Redemption of land tax  YWD 2209/4-5  1799, 1803

Contents:
William Ronksley, on two farms in the township of Bradfield, Yorkshire, total £1.0.4½, for £20.0.7½. 13 September, 1803.
Redemption of land tax. William Ronksley on four farms in Bradfield, Yorkshire, total £4.2.1½, for £150.11.3¼.
4 March, 1799

Will of Nicholas Ronksley of Moorwood in the chapelry of Bradfield, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, yeoman  YWD 2209/6  13 April, 1787

Contents:
Wife (not named) and daughter Martha; land at Townfield Head and Moorwood

Mortgage  YWD 2210/1  1778, 1779

Contents:
John Hall of Ecclesall, [...] Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, razorsmith, to Timothy Topham of Wakefield, Yorkshire, gentleman. New House part of Birkin house near Oughtibridge, Sheffield and the Stubroyd, the Nether Cow Pasture, the Upper Cow Pasture, the Plank Meadow, the Little Wood and Spring Wood, the Long Close, the Sissfield and the Acre in the occupation of William Ashforth, for £200.
13 June, 1778; and a further charge for £100, 15 February, 1779

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2210/2a-b  1793

Contents:
Benjamin Ashforth of Birkin House, soap boiler, to James Ronksley of Riveling side in the same chapelry. Birkin House and farm, Oughtibridge, Sheffield, for £602 and the terms of two mortgages. 2 and 3 May

Conveyance (release only)  YWD 2210/3  3 May, 1793

Contents:
James Waterhouse Smith of Potter Newton, son and devisee of Nicholas Smith, and Eleanor his wife, and of Robert Waterhouse, late of Sheffield, to Benjamin Ashforth of Birkin House or Birton House, yeoman. The Birkin House or Birton House estate, Oughtibridge, Sheffield, for £684

Deed to lead uses  YWD 2210/4  30 September, 1809

Contents:
John Dickinson of Birtin House, one of the children and devisees of John Dickinson also of Birtin House, deceased, to Joseph Helliwell of Tag Stones in Bradfield, Yorkshire, to the uses of a fine to be levied by Thomas Pierson of Sheffield, stationer

Deed of revocation  YWD 2211/1  6 November, 1714

Contents:
John Sanderson late of Thurlestone, Yorkshire, and now of Whiston, Yorkshire, and Ann his wife, revoke the uses of a deed of 1791, in which they conveyed in trust certain premises in Brogging Ing, Bradfield, Yorkshire, to Benjamin Shaw and Matthew Hawksworth as trustees; transferring all these uses to George Woodhead of Hall Field in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, yeoman

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2211/2a-b  8, 9 November, 1714

Contents:
John Sanderson of Whiston, Yorkshire, and Ann his wife, to George Woodhead of Hall Field in the chappellry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, yeoman. One moiety of a messuage at Brogging Ing and closes called Burgroyne Ing, the Byke Tree, the New, Bradfield, Yorkshire for £70

Feoffment  YWD 2211/3  22 December, 1714

Contents:
Joseph Banks of Scofton, Nottinghamshire, esquire, to Edward Hall of Morewood in the chappellry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, yeoman. A messuage called Newhouse being part etc. (Hall deed in packet ), the mortgage he granted to Richard Revill of Morewood and Elizabeth his wife in 1706 being still unredeemed and Richard being dead, for £104

Assignment of mortgage  YWD 2211/4  1 March, 1726

Contents:
Christopher Wilson of the chappelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, gentleman, to John Parkin of Mortomley in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire gentleman. A messuage and closes (not named) at Grenoside, Yorkshire in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire for £63 paid to the mortgagee Joshua Jepson of Creswick Greave in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire yeoman, and £7 to Christopher Wilson; to hold it for the rest of the term

Copy court roll, Hathersage, Derbyshire  YWD 2211/5  16 July, 1776

Contents:
Small Court Baron of William, Duke of Devonshire. Robert Needham, Joseph Ryder and John Ramsbottom, assignees of the possessions of Christopher Greaves late of Hope, Derbyshire, dealer and chapman, a bankrupt, who with Joseph Greaves of Moscar in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire formerly of Tinwood, surrendered the messuages called Tinwood and Long Hay, with the Upper Croft, the Lime Piece, the Nether Croft, the Little Croft, the Tinwood and the Tinwood Meadow, to the use of James Ronksley of Rivelin Side in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire and parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, as security for a loan to Joseph Greaves of £50

Conveyance  YWD 2211/6  3 October, 1781

Contents:
John Hall of Sharrow Moor, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, razor maker, to his son George Hall of Sheffield, filesmith. A messuage called New House, part of an ancient messuage called Birkins or Birkin House, with outbuildings and closes called Sissfield, Long Field, Royd Close, Subroyd Close, Far Lays Close, the Far Cow Pasture, the Plank Meadow, the Well Yard, the last end of the wood and half an acre in the Town Field of Worrall, Yorkshire for £200 to be paid to Timothy Topham in redemption of a mortgage, George undertaking to pay off all remaining monies which may be owing

Conveyance  YWD 2211/7  4 March, 1788

Contents:
Charles, Duke of Norfolk, to Benjamin Ashforth of Burton House in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, yeoman. A Fee Farm or Quitrent of two shillings a year arising out of The Brooms in Dungworth, Bradfield, Yorkshire, for £2.15.0

Deed to lead uses  YWD 2211/8  9 October, 1798

Contents:
William Ronksley of Rivelin Side in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire and parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, farmer (oldest son and heir of James, who was oldest son and heir of Francis, both of Rivelin Side, deceased, farmers) to Peter Eyre of the Cliffe in Bradfield, Yorkshire, farmer. The messuage called Rivelin Side and Near Stubbing, Middle Stubbing, Far Stubbing, Marle Field, Knowles, Knowles head, Cow Bottom, Great Croft, Bull Field, Cross Piece, Nether Field, Broom Field, Job Field, Over Croft and Nether Croft, Bradfield, Yorkshire, covenanting the uses of a fine to be levied to bar the entail

Ronksley marriage and death certificates  YWD 2213  1 June, 1846

Contents:
George Ronksley, son of James, of Moor Oaks, Nether Hallam, Sheffield, married Maria, daughter of William Ronksley of Rivelinside

Conveyance  YWD 2216  28 November, 1872

Contents:
George Eyre late of North Lees, farmer, but now of Bamford Clough near Hathersage, Derbyshire, gentleman, to James George Ronksley of Trinity College, Cambridge, esquire (a bachelor). Property in Bradfield, Yorkshire inc Birkin House and farm, Thorne House, a messuage at Nether Shire Green, a close called Far Rood, land at Tagg Stones, all the property of Maria Ronksley and the subject of her marriage settlement, of which George Eyre was a trustee as a result of his attaining the age of twenty-one and being Maria's surviving son (the elder having died in 1864); George Eyre now having fulfilled his trust, and his co-trustee, Maria's brother, being dead

Will and probate of James Ronksley of the Rivelin Side in the chapelry of Bradfield, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire  YWD 2222/1-3  1794-1845

Contents:
Wife Sarah, sons William, Joseph and George; several grandchildren; detailed farm and household stock, estates at Birton House, Dwarriden, Tin Wood and Han Hays in Derbyshire, Chapel and Loxley, Sheffield Chase. 20 November, 1794. Proved 16 May, 1795.
[Copy of will of] William Ronksley of Rivelinside.
Wife Martha, son George, daughters Deborah and Maria.
Many farms mentioned. 18 February, 1828.
Will and probate of Deborah Ronksley of Rivelinside.
Sister Maria, brother George. Property in Sheffield and Hag Stones. 22 January, 1844. Proved, 19 April, 1845

Will and probate of George Ronksley of Moor Oaks near Sheffield, gentleman  YWD 2225  1861; 1862

Contents:
Sister Maria and her children, and a very large number of relatives widely scattered. 11 April, 1861. Proved 7 February, 1862. Testator died 8 January, 1862

Marriage settlement  YWD 2226/1-2  1831, 1846

Contents:
Maria Ronksley of Moor Oaks in the parish of Sheffield, spinster, about to be married to George Ronksley now residing at Moor Oaks, farmer, to George Ronksley of Moor Oaks her brother, gentleman, and George Eyre of North Lees in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire, as trustees for her various properties to uses. 30 May, 1846.
According to the endorsement, George (son of James) was Maria's cousin.
A deed of exchange by which George Ronksley of Rivelinside gives Thorn House in Bradfield, Yorkshire and closes to his sisters Deborah and Maria in exchange for Lee House and land at Dungworth, Bradfield, Yorkshire, 7 June, 1831

Conveyance  YWD 2227/1  28 March, 1848

Contents:
Benjamin Dickinson of Fairhurst in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire and parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, farmer, to the trustees of the marriage settlement of George and Maria Ronksley. Birton House and two other dwellings, and closes called the Little Lays, the Nether Orchard, the Ing and Orchard, the Cow Pasture, the Little Four Acres, the Wood Croft, the Great Croft, the Gate Bank and the Old Piece, Bradfield, Yorkshire for £900, paid by George and Maria

Conveyance  YWD 2227/2  17 April, 1838

Contents:
Joseph Helliwell of Oughtibridge, Sheffield in the chapelry of Bradfield, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire yeoman, with others concerned, to Deborah and Maria Ronksley of Rivelin Side in Bradfield, Yorkshire, spinsters. A messuage at Hollin Hill or Tag Stones near Oughtibridge, Sheffield and close [names not filled in] for several sums to the several parties

Conveyance  YWD 2227/3  31 October, 1743

Contents:
Richard Hall of Ecclesall, [...] Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, grinder, and Ann his wife, to Edward Hall of Moorwood in the chapelry of Bradfield, Yorkshire, yeoman. A messuage called Newhouse being part of an ancient messuage called Birkin alias Birth House, a cowhouse, the New Laith, the West end of a stable, a part of a fold from the cruck in the midst of the stable to the southwest cruck in the Old Laith, adjoining the dwellinghouse, the Malthouse, the Kilnhouse, the Smithy, the west end of the orchard, and closes called the Sisfield, the Longfield, the Royd Close, the Subroyd Close, the Far Lays Close, the Far Cow Pasture, the Plank Meadow, the Well Yard, the east end of the wood and half an acre in Worrall, [...] Yorkshire Townfield, for £150, and the £140 owed to Edward by Richard

Assignment  YWD 2227/4-5  1820, 1828

Contents:
Matthew Barrett of Thornehouse in the chapelry of Bradfield, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, yeoman, and Henry Crawshaw of Brightholmlee in the same chapelry, cutler, his trustee, to Jonathan Marshall of Bridgehouses in Brightside Bierlow, [...] Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, steel merchant, and John Watson. An ancient messuage called Thornhouse in Bradfield, Yorkshire and closes called Layfield, Near Layfield, Far Layfield, Cock Acre Field, Cock Acre Wood, for a loan of £500. 3 June, 1820.
Conveyance. Matthew Barrett and his mortgagees, to William Ronksley of Rivelin Side in Bradfield, Yorkshire farmer. Thorne House etc. for £400 to Barrett and £700 to the mortgagees. 29 November, 1828

Mortgages  YWD 2234/1  1830-1833

Contents:
Joseph Helliwell of Oughtibridge, Sheffield in the chapelry of Bradfield, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, wheelwright, Francis Wragg of Doncaster, grocer, and different trustees. The Tag Stones at Oughtibridge, Sheffield; the Great Four Acres and the house built on it; the Lee Meadow and the Brook Bottom (now Lee Meadow, Long Field and Far Field). 8 and 9 October, 1830; 13 and 14 February, 1832; 18 June, 1833

Mortgage  YWD 2234/2  5 February, 1824

Contents:
Matthew Barrett to William Boothby of Bridgehouses in Sheffield and others. Thorne House and the farm, for £700

Feoffment  YWD 2234/3  2 October, 1764

Contents:
Edward Hall of Swingleford Bents in the Chapelry of Bradfield, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, yeoman, to Edward Hall of Moorwood in the same chapelry, his eldest son. Three closes near Moorwood, called the two Cross Fields and the Flash Field, with the lane, for £100

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2234/4a-b  27, 28 November, 1811

Contents:
John Dickinson of the chapelry of Bradfield, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire filesmith and Barbara his wife, to Benjamin Dickinson of Birtin House, farmer. A third share of an undivided fifth part of the Birtin House farm, Oughtibridge, Sheffield, for £126

Trust deeds of the Boys Charity School (popularly called the Blue Coat School), Sheffield  YWD 2238  [n.d.]

Contents:
Surviving trustees to the new trustees (freehold estate) or to Solicitors in trust (leasehold estates) for the new trustees

Lease and release - freehold estate  YWD 2238/1  5 and 6 August, 1838

Assignment - leasehold estate  YWD 2238/2  6 August, 1838

Conveyance - freehold estate  YWD 2238/3  31 May, 1848

Contents:
With letter of attorney from Laurence Potts, one of the old trustees, from Australia

Assignment - leasehold estates  YWD 2238/4  31 May, 1848

Conveyance  YWD 2238/5  1 December, 1758

Contents:
Leonard Webster and Dixon, to executors of Martha Armytage, widow of the last surviving trustee appointed in 1709, of the land in Campo Lane and the Charity School, Sheffield

Conveyance (lease and release) - freehold  YWD 2238/6  20 July, 1792

Assignment - leasehold  YWD 2238/7  21 July, 1792

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2238/8  27, 28 December, 1809

Assignment (leasehold)  YWD 2238/9  20 December, 1809

Conveyance  YWD 2273  1864-1896

Contents:
Robert Inchboard Robson of Farnham, Yorkshire, gentleman and others, to Edwin Wilfrid Stanyforth of Kirkhammerton [...] Hall, Yorkshire, esquire. A dwellinghouse, farm buildings and cottages, with three Garths, Near Crenacre, Middle Crenacre and Far Crenacre, at Kirk Hammerton, Yorkshire for £4,500. 18 February, 1896. Plan. With one or two previous deeds, abstracts of title, and legal papers. 1864-1895

Hunter House estate  YWD 2284/1-3  1875-1886

Contents:
Agreement. Alfred Wilson of Westbrook, Sheffield, esquire, to Joseph Waterhouse Goodwin of Sheffield, estate agent. Land in Sheffield part of the Hunter House estate [fronting Psalter Lane from Hunter House Road to what is now the Roslyn Court Hotel] on building lease, confirming an agreement made by his late father Henry Wilson, but taking back into his own possession certain portions of the land, the necessary rents etc. being paid up. 20 May, 1886. Plan.
Copies of two agreements concerning individual plots, 1875 and 1885

Will and probate of Catherine Elizabeth Younge of The Edge  YWD 2298  1899, 1902

Contents:
[Normally called Edge End-ed] Sharrow, Sheffield in the parish of Sheffield, spinster. Will dated 6 February, 1899; proved 13 January, 1902. (She died 27 November, 1901)

Middlewood, Sheffield Grange  YWD 2320  [n.d.]

Attested copy of conveyance (lease and release) to lead uses  YWD 2320/1a-b  1789

Contents:
Joseph Hawksworth of Repton, Derbyshire, gentleman and others, relatives and interested parties, to Ann Sambourn of Sheffield, widow. A messuage at Middlewood, Sheffield in the township of Worrall, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire now or late in the possession of William Armitage, with an allotment of common and the south side and closes called Little Field, Rough Piece, Birch Field, House Field, the Mill Field, the Lane, the Spinny, and two allotments of Wadsley Common, Yorkshire in trust to uses stated. 21 and 22 September, 1789

Attested copy of the fine  YWD 2320/2  November, 1789

Contents:
Ann Sambourn, plaintiff, William Ashley and the parties to YWB 2320/1a-b as deforciants. Property in Worrall, Yorkshire

Ann Hobson of Wadsley, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire widow of Joseph Hobson of Wadsley, Yorkshire deceased, and others, to Joseph Bowden of Worrall, [...] Yorkshire in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire cutler. Property in Worrall, Yorkshire, for £103 to Ann and £5 to Ann wife of Joseph Swoden of Crooks Moor [...] in Sheffield, a legacy to her from Joseph Hobson  YWD 2320/3-5  24 and 25 September, 1789

Mortgage  YWD 2320/6  26 September, 1789

Contents:
Joseph Bowden to Ann Sambourn. The allotment on Wadsley, Common, Yorkshire, for £40

Assignment  YWD 2320/7  20 June, 1793

Contents:
Joseph Bowden and his mortgagee Ann Sambourn, to Ann Duckworth of Norton, Derbyshire, spinster, for £100

Assignment  YWD 2320/8  23 August, 1797

Contents:
Joseph Bowden and Ann Duckworth to Joseph Machin of Sheffield, butcher. The allotment on Wadsley Common, Yorkshire, for the remainder of the term, for £105

Assignment in trust  YWD 2320/9  8 May, 1810

Contents:
Joseph Machin to Samuel Turner of Low Ash in Bradfield, Yorkshire, for £250, in trust for Joseph Bowden

Mortgage  YWD 2320/10  11 April, 1814

Contents:
Joseph Bowden and his trustee, to Matthew Habeshon of Handsworth, Sheffield Hall Gates in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, yeoman. The allotment and messuages on it on Wadsley Common, Yorkshire for £400

Reassignment  YWD 2320/11  31 May, 1844

Contents:
Matthew Habershon and others to trustees for Joseph Bowden, the money being repaid

Abstract of title of the devisees in trust of the will of the late Mr. John Bailey  YWD 2320/12  1872

Contents:
[Nephew of Joseph Bowden]... to property at Middlewood, Sheffield offered for sale

Requisitions on title  YWD 2320/13  1872

Conveyance  YWD 2320/14  [n.d.]

Contents:
Milnes Wood and John Stanley (Bailey's trustees) to Francis Townsend of Sheffield, gentleman. The whole farm at Middlewood, Sheffield, (now consisting of Top or Upper Field, Middlefield, Bolton Field with house), and plantation, for £1,000. 22 June, 1872. Plan [the fields are behind and beside the Middlewood, Sheffield Tavern]

Abstract of title  YWD 2320/15  26 November, 1906

Contents:
Of Arthur Townsend to... Middlewood, Sheffield Grange, Sheffield agreed to be sold to Mr. Wynyard Dixon, 1906; and contract by Wynyard Dixon of Sheffield, surveyor, to purchase for £2,700

Some recent legal papers  YWD 2320/16  n.d

Contents:
Owner in 1949, J. C. Wilson

Copy of agreement  YWD 2326  1983

Contents:
Philip Kenyon Wake and Herbert Hughes, both of Sheffield, gentlemen, trustees of the late Miss C. L. Younge, agree to let to James Wilkinson of 40 Carter Knowle Road in Sheffield, builder, land in Archer Lane, Edge Dale Road and Edge Field Road, on which he is to build the houses [afterwards erected] on the north side of Edge Dale Road, Sheffield 1 September, 1903. Plan [Edge End still standing].
Copies of leases and assignments of lease on land and houses in Edgedale Road, Sheffield 1919-1936.
Conveyance. W. H. Otter and others to the Corporation. Land, [the Saw Crofts] in Ber. 17 August, 1936

Conveyance  YWD 2342  6 October, 1885

Contents:
William Henry Greaves Bagshawe of Ford Hall, Chapel en le Frith, Derbyshire, esquire, to the trustees of the will of Robert Younge late of Greystones, Yorkshire, wine merchant, deceased. A farm lying between Greystones Road and Ruslings Farm, with Dovehouses and Dovehouse Meadow, House Field, Long Field, Laith Croft, Common Piece, Rotten Spot, Croft and part of Top Field, Ecclesall, Sheffield, for £5,232.16.3., paid by the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of Sheffield and £17.3.9. by the executors; the purchase being intended as an investment for the money due to the executors by the Corporation for Younge's land they have purchased

Ecclesall Hall estate, Sheffield  YWD 2365  [n.d.]

Memorandum and articles of association of the Ecclesall, Sheffield Hall estates, Limited  YWD 2365/1  1899

Contents:
Incorporated 26 August, 1899, [formed to buy Ecclesall, Sheffield Hall estate and other land at Ecclesall, Sheffield, to develop it, to let and sell for building and to lend money for the purposes]

Abstract of title  YWD 2365/2  1899

Contents:
Showing that Ecclesall, Sheffield Hall and closes called Near Kiln Croft, Far Kiln Croft, Near Broomfield, Far Broomfield, New Leys, the Briery Field, the Meadow Sick, the Long Field, the Lane Side Meadow and the Little Meadow, were bought by the Ecclesall, Sheffield Hall Estate Company from John Shearwood Roberts of Glossop Road, Doctor of Medicine, on 21 September, 1899, for £15,000, the abstract quoting deeds showing the Roberts family having held it since 1845

Many leases of the building plots, deeds concerning sale of ground rents and other papers  YWD 2365/3  1900 - 1957

Draft lease, with approved revisions  YWD 2376/1  1891-1941

Contents:
Ronald Thomas Stanyforth, M.C., C.V.O., Mayor in H.M. Army, of Kirk Hammerton [...] Hall, Yorkshire, to the Nunnery Colliery Company. An extension of the terms of a Principal Lease, made by Edwing Wilfred Stanyforth, now dead, in 1891, to run to 25 March, 1988, of all the seams of coal laying beneath the Parkgate seams (except the Silkstone, Yorkshire seam) under land on his Darnall, Sheffield estate, and all the seams (except the Parkgate and Silkstone, Yorkshire seams) under other parts of the estate, the rents varying with the particular seams - the Haigh Moor seam, £50 a year; every seam below the Parkgate, £170 a year; all seams lying above the Parkgate (except the Haigh Moor), £120 a year; with royalties per foot per acre. 19 November, 1940 (altered to 1941)

Map of the land and seams let in 1941  YWD 2376/2  1940-1941

Contents:
Letter from A. Smith Denton, fully describing what is involved in the lease, to Younge Wilson & Co. November, 1940; letters between solicitors, the Coal Commission and others, March to September, 1941

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2126/4a-c  1772

Contents:
John Wilson of Sheffield, shearsmith and Isabell his wife, to John Parker of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, esquire. Two closes near Dobbin Hill called Upper Farr Field and Nether Farr Field, for £250 paid to George Shaw of Brookside in the chappelrie of Bradfield, Yorkshire and parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, and Matthew Jarvis of Sheffield Park, carrier, assignees of a recited mortgage to Samuel Dawson. 19 and 20 June, 1772.
Bond for peaceable possession, same date

Conditions of sale of Lot 12 of Hugh Parker's separate estate  YWD 2126/5  1843, 1849

Contents:
(He, now of Doncaster, having been declared bankrupt with his co-partner in 1843), with declarations as to ownership, etc. by Parker and his attorney, Albert Smith; extracts from the proceedings of the Provident Institution to which Parker was indebted; all connected with the sale of Lot 12 to Robert Younge in 1849, the title deeds being left, according to an agreement, with J. B. Brown of Woodthorpe Hall, the purchaser of the largest portion of the estate

Mortgage (lease and release)  YWD 2126/6a-d  1808, 1827

Contents:
Hugh Parker of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, esquire, eldest son of John Parker of the same, deceased, to Joshua Walker of Clifton in the parish of Rotherham, Yorkshire, esquire, George Parker of Great Staughton in the parish of Staughton, Huntingdonshire, esquire, and Samuel Walker of Aldwark in the parish of Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, esquire. The farm formerly Bright's at Gray Stones and other fields at Graystone and Dobbin Hill, Ecclesall, Sheffield for £6,000. 12 and 13 August, 1808.
Reconveyance (lease and release). George Parker and Samuel Walker to Hugh Parker. 11 and 12 October, 1827

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2126/7a-b  30, 31 October, 1789

Contents:
Ann Wordsworth of Wadworth, Yorkshire, widow of Josias Wordsworth late of Wadworth, deceased, second cousin of Samuel Wordsworth, to John Parker of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, esquire. A messuage and farm at Graystones in the parish of Sheffield with closes called Great Cliff Field, Little Cliff Field, Great Crooke, Sheffield Little Crooke, Sheffield the Flatt, the Long Dole, the Upper Ecclesall, [...] Field and the Nether Ecclesall, [...] Field, for £1,900

Corner of Dore [...] Road and Vicarage Lane. Feoffment  YWD 2500/1  3 November, 1690

Contents:
John Barber of Dranfeild, Derbyshire, yeoman and Margrett his wife, to George Hallam of Outlane Head in the parish of Hope, Derbyshire, yeoman. Two closes called Barn Crofts, and a messuage or cottage at the west end (boundaries given), and two doales called Ashford Longe Doales, for £112; reserving the right of the tenant James Newbold to the rest of his lease and reasonable arrangements for paying

Conveyance (release only)  YWD 2500/2-4  26 March 1718

Contents:
George Hallam of Out-lane-head in the parish of Hope, Derbyshire, yeoman, to Thomas Camm of Carrhead in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire, Yorkshire, yeoman. A messuage at Dore, Derbyshire and the two Barn Crofts, and two doles in the Ashford-long or Ashford-long-doles, (Derbyshire) for £88. 18 May, 1706.
Conveyance. Thomas Camm of Carrhead to Francis Camm of Brookfield in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire. The same, for £88. 30 January, 1706-7.
Conveyance. Alexander Damm of Baslow in the parish of Bakewell, Derbyshire, yeoman, and Thomas Camm of Brookfeild in the parish of Hathersage, Derbyshire, to Henry Brownell of Beachiffe, Derbyshire, cutler, and Prudence his wife. The same, for £79.10.0

Marriage settlement  YWD 2500/5  10 September, 1725

Contents:
Prudence Brownhill of Beauchiffe, Derbyshire, widow, intending to marry John Goddard of Beauchiffe, shoemaker, conveys in trust to Thomas Marshall of Thrift House in the parish of Sheffeild, cutler, and Thomas Firthwaite of Sheffeild, Jersey weaver, a messuage and two closes and doles in the Ashfordlong or Ashfordlong Doles, (Derbyshire), to her own use for life and then to the uses of her will

Feoffment  YWD 2500/6-10  26 March, 1729

Contents:
Prudence Goddard of Tenters near Whiteleywood in the parish of Sheffield to Daniel Pearson of Dore, Derbyshire in the parish of Dranfield, Derbyshire. A messuage and the Barn Crofts in Dore, Derbyshire and two doles in the Ashforelong or Ashfurlong Doles, (Derbyshire), for £130

Mortgage  [no ref.]  26 July, 1743

Contents:
Daniel Pearson of Woodthorpe in the lordship of Holmesfield and parish of Dranfield, Derbyshire, husbandman, to Robert Newton of Norton, Derbyshire, esquire. The same, for a loan of £70

Conveyance (release)  [no ref.]  1749-50

Contents:
Daniel Pearson of Woodthorpe in the parish of Dranfield, Derbyshire, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife, to Henry Pearson of Doar in the parish and county aforesaid, cutler. The same, for £138. 30 January, 1749-50. Also an agreement to draw up this conveyance, the money having been paid, 18 January

Mortgage  [no ref.]  25 March, 1762

Contents:
Henry Pearson of Dore, Derbyshire in the parish of Dranfield, Derbyshire, cutler, to Daniel Pearson the younger of Holmesfield in the same parish, husbandman. The same, for £50

Feoffment  YWD 2500/11  22 April, 1780

Contents:
Henry Pearson of Dore, Derbyshire in the parish of Dronfield, Derbyshire, clockmaker, to his nephew Daniel Pearson the younger of Holmesfield in the same parish, yeoman. Two messuages, with shop or smithy, at Dore, Derbyshire and two closes, Derbyshire, and all his household stuff and furniture, stock-in-trade, tools, implements, etc.; for five thousand years; Daniel undertaking to pay him an annuity of £12

Conveyance (lease and release)  YWD 2500/12  1806-1914

Contents:
James Pearson of Holmesfield in the parish of Dronfield, Derbyshire, farmer, (son of Daniel Pearson, formerly of the same, deceased) and Ellen his wife, with the consent of Mary Pearson, Daniel's widow and Matthew North of Holmesfield and Mary his wife, Daniel's daughter, to James Gregory of Dore, Derbyshire in the parish of Dronfield, Derbyshire wheelwright, and his trustee. Three dwellinghouses in Dore, Derbyshire (one of which was formerly a smithy) and two closes for £330. 2 and 3 December, 1806.
Two mortgages and conveyance from James Gregory to Edward Wardlow of Fullwood in the parish of Sheffield, farmer. 1840, 1848, 1849.
Set of mortgages, appointments, conveyances etc. beginning with the name of Elshaw and ending Albert Davidson. 1872-1914

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