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Rose Downs and Thompson Ltd., manufacturers of general engineering products, oil mill machinery and food processing equipment


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Reference DBR
Covering dates 1801-1968
Held by Hull History Centre (Hull City Archives)
Extent 48 Series
Conditions of access Open
Source of acquisition Founded c.1790 and now part of the Davy-Ashmore Group additional deposit.
Further accessions were deposited in 1970 and 1988
Creators Rose Downs and Thompson Ltd, manufacturers of general engineering, oil mill machinery and food processing equipment

Contents:
DBR/1-739 Title deeds of the firm's properties
DBR/740-914 Administrative records
DBR/915-1124 Miscellaneous accumulated papers
DBR/1125-1566 Correspondence
DBR/1567-1711 Sales publicity material
DBR/1712-1738 Printed material
DBR/1739-1747 Miscellaneous records
DBR/1748-1802 Photographs and illustrations
DBR/1803-1881 Printed material relating to the seed crushing and related industries
DBR/1882-1899 Trade unions and employers' organisations
DBR/1900-1904 Score books
DBR/1905-1913 Miscellaneous printed material
DBR/1914-1936 Papers relating to shell production and other matters peculiar to the Great War, 1914-1919
DBR/1937-1956 Items omitted above and later accessions
DBR/1957-1974 Pages removed from various publications
DBR/1975-2007 Manufacturers' catalogues
DBR/2008-2009 Publications containing Rosedowns advertisements
DBR/2010-2021 Publications relating to industrial relations
DBR/2022-2035 Miscellaneous publications
DBR/2036-2051 Photographs
DBR/2052-2098 Correspondence
DBR/2099-2110 Valuations
DBR/2111-2113 Specifications
DBR/2114-2116 Reports
DBR/2117-2196 Estimates giving details of the machinery required and prices
DBR/2197-2211 Manufacturers' catalogues
DBR/2212-2217 Miscellaneous publications
DBR/2218-2305 Buildings in Hennebiques Patent Ferro-Concrete
DBR/2306-2309 Alterations
DBR/2310-2341 Correspondence
DBR/2342-2351 Sales publicity material
DBR/2352-2370 Reports
DBR/2371-2388 Correspondence with W. R. Harrison of Hull, consulting engineer
DBR/2389-2391 Extracts from publications
DBR/2392-2393 Papers relating to equipment to be supplied to J. Bibby and Sons, Liverpool
DBR/2394-2401 Costings and specifications
DBR/2402-2406 Legal records
DBR/2407-2413 Financial records
DBR/2414-2417 Certificates
DBR/2418-2422 Publications
DBR/2423-2459 Miscellanea
DBR/2460-2546 Further accessions
DBR/2547-2557 The Hull District Munitions of War Committee
DBR/2558-2560 Photographs
DBR/2561-2565 Correspondence
DBR/2566-2571 Reports of overseas visits by L. H. Downs
DBR/2572-2583 Publications, etc.
DBR/2584 Papers relating to Charles Downs' service in the 2nd East Riding of Yorkshire Royal Garrison Artillery



Title deeds of the firms properties  [no ref. or date]

Property purchased from and mortgaged to John Todd by Duncan Campbell and William Haywood Ibotson in 1824  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance and mortgage by lease and release (indent)  DBR/1-2  2,3 Nov. 1824

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Wright St., gent
(ii) Richard Garland of Hull, gent.
(iiia) Duncan Campbell of Sculcoates, iron-founder
b) W.H. Ibotson formerly of Stanwell, Middx., now of Sculcoates, gent.
Consideration: £1000 paid by (iii) to (i) and a mortgage security for £5000
Conveyance by (i) to (ii)
Property: 4114 sq. yds. of land in Sculcoates called the Foundry and all the buildings, tools, etc. thereon as shown on plan
To be held to the use of (i) for 1000 years and then to the use of (ii)
Proviso for redemption by (ii) with interest at 5%

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/3-4  1, 2 May 1832

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Wright St., esq.
(iia) Duncan Campbell) of Sculcoates, iron
b) W.H. Ibotson ) founders and late partners
(iii) Duncan Campbell
(iv) William Gibson of Hull, shipbuilder
Recital: £1000 of the £5000 in DBR/2 has been paid off
Considerations paid to (i): £2400 by (iii)
£1600 by (iia) at the request of (iib)
Conveyance by (i) at the request of (ii) and by (ii) to (iv)
Property as in DBR/2
To be held in trust for (iii)

Mortgage by lease (indent)  DBR/5  3 May 1832

Contents:
Parties: (i) Duncan Campbell of Sculcoates, ironfounder
(ii) John Todd of Wright St., esq.
Consideration: £4000
Property as in (ii)
Term: £1000
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Surrender of mortgage (indent)  DBR/6  10 June 1841

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Jackson of Hull, wine merchant
b) Edward Spencer of Hull, merchant
c) Henry Levett of Sculcoates, merchant executors of John Todd
(iia) Francis Rhodes of Hull, linen draper
b) Jesse Malcolm of Hull, warfinger, executors of Duncan Campbell
Recital: that the sum owing in DBR/5 had been paid
Surrender by (i) to (ii) of the property in DBR/5

Release (indent)  DBR/7  17 June 1841

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Francis Rhodes of Hull, linen draper
b) Jesse Malcolm of Hull, warfinger
(ii) Susan Rose of Sculcoates, spinster.
(iii) Christiana Rose of Sculcoates, widow
Property: 4114 sq. yds. of land called The Foundry and the Countinghouse, warehouse, store rooms, workshops, smithies, sheds, shades, offices, buildings, erections, cupolas, forges, furnaces, steam engines, boring, blowing and turning engines or machines, lathes, cranes, wheels, waggens, railways, fixtures, machinery, models of metal and wood, tools, utensils and articles of trade stock. 285 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Gibson St. and the messuage erected thereon.
Property purchased from the devisees of John Todd by Christiana Rose in 1839

Lease and release (indents., sewn together)  DBR/8  22, 23 May 1839

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Jackson of Hull, wine merchant
b) Edward Spence of Hull, merchant
c) Henry Levett of Sculcoates, merchants
(ii) Christiana Rose of Sculcoates, widow
Consideration: £140
Property: 273 sq. yds. on each side of Cannon passage on which a soap manufactory three cottages stand
65 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Cannon passage
As shown on plan
Covenant for the production of deeds (1720 - 1808) listed in schedule

The title and inheritance of the estate 1841  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by release (indent)  DBR/9  18 June 1841

Contents:
Parties: (i) Christiana Rose of Sculcoates, widow
(ii) Susan Rose of Sculcoates, spinster
(iiia) Francis Rhodes of Hull, linen draper
b) John Cressey, Richardson
Consideration: £3000
Property: the Foundry in Sculcoates and the buildings etc. thereon
273 sq. yds. and 65 sq. yds. on the east side of Cannon Passage
A messuage and 285 sq. yds. on the east side of Gibson St.
To be held to the uses declared
Proviso for redemption with interest at 4½%

Marriage settlement (indent, copy)  DBR/10  14 Dec. 1850

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Thompson of Hull, seed crusher
(ii) Susan Rose of Hull, spinster
(iiia) Jesse Malcolm of Hull, merchant
b) John Gibson of Hull, grocer
Recital: the intended marriage of (i) and (ii)
Property: a bond by which her interest in her father's personal estate is secured to (ii) with interest
To be held to the uses declared to the private use of (ii) and not liable to the debts etc. of (i)

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/11  6 June 1862

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.C. Richardson of Hull, gent.
(iia) Christiana Rose of Hull, widow
(iiia) John Thompson of Hull, seed crusher
b) Susan Thompson, his wife
(iva) Jesse Malcolm of Hull, merchant
b) John Gibson of Hull, grocer
Consideration: £3000 paid by (ii) and (iii) to (i)
Assignment by (i) to (iv) of his interest in the property in DBR/9
To be held to the use of (ii) and the uses declared in DBR/10

Declaration  DBR/12  21 Nov 1862

Contents:
By: Milson Rhodes, formerly of Hull, now of Buclench St., Glasgow
That in DBR/9 Francis Rhodes was a trustee for J.C. Richardson

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/13  13 Ap. 1863

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Jesse Malcolm of Hull, warfinger
b) John Gibson of Hull, grocer
(iia) John Thompson of Hull, seed crusher
b) Susan Thompson, his wife
(iii) Christiana Rose of Hull, widow
Property: the foundry property described in DBR/9 except that sold to Joseph Mitchell and Samuel Briggs (see DBR/14)

The Hull Forge purchased by Christiana Rose in 1870  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  DBR/14  11 Ap. 1863

Contents:
Parties: (i) Christiana Rose of Hull, widow
(iia) Jesse Malcolm of Hull, warfinger
b) John Gibson of Hull, grocer
(iiia) John Thompson of Hull, seed crusher
b) Susan Thompson, his wife
(iva) Joseph Mitchell of Worsborough Dale in the West Riding, colliery owner
b) Samuel Briggs of Hull, iron founder co-partners in the name of Joseph Mitchell and Co.
Considerations paid by (iv): £3000 to (ii) and £500 to (i)
Property 1179 sq. yds. and the buildings etc. thereon, known as Hull Forge
23 sq. yds. adjacent to it.
As shown on plan (with layout of buildings)
Covenant for the production of 10 deeds, 1824 - 62

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/15  5 Oct 1863

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Joseph Mitchell of Wonsborough, iron master
b) Samuel Briggs of Hull, iron master
(ii) Richard Bell of Hull, gent.
(iii) Samuel Briggs
Recital: the dissolution of the partnership of (ia) and (ib)
Conveyance by (i) to (ii)
Property as in DBR/14
To be held to the use of (i)

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/16  28 Dec. 1863

Contents:
Parties: (i) Samuel Briggs of Hull, iron master
(ii) J.M. Derham of Hull, iron master
(iii) T.S. Derham of Leeds, flax spinner
Recital: (i) and (ii) are partners as Briggs Derham & Co.
Consideration: the security of £2054. 9s. 4d. lent by (iii) to (ii) to enable him to enter the partnership
Property: as in DBR/14
Nos. 1,2,3,4,5,7,8 Foundry Road 181 sq. yds. and the buildings thereon called Ebenezer Terrace on the north side of Cottingham Drain in Sculcoates 247 sq. yds. and the messuage thereon in Ebenezer Terrace
74 1/3 sq. yds. and the messuage thereon in Ebenezer Terrace
The plant machinery etc. on the above properties.
Proviso for redemption
Assignment 20 June 1867
Parties: (i) T.S. Derham
(iia) Makin Derham of Thorne, esq.
b) James Kitson of Leeds, esq.
Trustees of the Yorkshire Banking Co.
Recital: there is now owing to (i) over £3000 under the above mortgage
Consideration: £75
Conveyance of his mortgage debt above and his interest in the property

Agreement  DBR/17  12 July 1865

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Samuel Briggs and b) J. M. Derham both of hull, ironmasters and copartners
(iia) T.S. Derham of Leeds, flax spinner
b) John Richardson of Newcastle upon Tyne, accountant, promoter of a company to be called the Hull Forge Co. Ltd
(i) To sell their business premises to the Hull Forge Co. when it is established
Consideration: £7500 to be paid to (iia) thus: 410 shares in the Company (£2050) to be credited
770 shares in the Company (£3850) to be credited
£800 raised from share subscriptions to be paid
£800 and 5% interest to be paid on 1 Mar 1866

Agreement  DBR/18  8 Nov 1865

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Samuel Briggs and b) J.M. Derham of Hull formerly in business as iron masters in co-partnership as Briggs, Derham & Co.
(ii) T.S. Derham of Leeds, flax spinner
(iii) The Hull Forge Co. Ltd.
Agreements a) that the agreement DBR/17 shall be void
b) that (i) will sell their business premises to (iii) subject to mortgage DBR/16
Consideration: £9771. 5s. 9d. to be paid as follows:-
2 bills of exchange for £800 each already paid to (ii)
£3751. 5s. 9d. to be allocated for the repayment of a mortgage to the Yorkshire Banking Co.
£4420 to be paid to (ii) on completion in the form of 880 shares in the company

Minute (copies)  DBR/19  Apr-May 1866

Contents:
Meetings of the Directors and shareholders of the Hull Forge Co. as to its liquidation

Conveyance  DBR/20  8 Nov 1867

Contents:
Parties: (i) G.E. Swathibank of Newcastle upon Tyne, public accountant and liquidator of the Hull Forge Co.
(iia) Makin Durham of Thorne, York, esq.
b) James Kitson of Leeds, esq., trustees of the Yorkshire Banking Co.
(iii) J.W. Scott of Leeds, esq.
Consideration: £50 paid by (ii) to (i)
Conveyance (i) to (iii)
Property the land in Sculcoates on which the Hull Forge Co. carried on business and the buildings tools etc. thereon subject to a mortgage to the Yorkshire Banking Co

Particulars and conditions  DBR/21  1870

Contents:
For the sale of 1202 sq. yds. known as the Hull Forge
To be sold by Nathaniel Easton on 7 Ap. 1870
Purchase agreement 7 Ap 1870
By Christiana Rose
To purchase the property above
Price £1120

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/22  2 June 1870

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Makin Derham of Thorne, esq.
b) James Kitson of Leeds, esq.
Trustees of the Yorkshire Banking Co.
(ii) Christiana Rose of Hull, widow
Consideration: £1120
Property: Hull Forge (1179 sq. yds.) and the buildings etc. thereon

Property in Foundry Row conveyed to Messrs. Johnson and Rhodes in 1874  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment (indent)  DBR/23  30 Ap 1806

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, iron founder
(ii) Joseph Elgin of Sculcoates, gent.
(iii) Edward Skinner of Hull, builder
Recital: (ii) is a mortgage of the property below (inter alia)
Consideration: £33. 5s. 0d. laid by (iii) to (i)
Conveyance by (i) and (ii) to (iii)
Property 133 sq. yds. on the west side of Foundry Row

Feoffment (indent)  DBR/24  12 June 1811

Contents:
Parties: (i) Edward Skinner of Sculcoates, builder
(ii) Thomas Foster of Sculcoates, builder
(iii) Thomas Walton of Sculcoates, gent.
(iv) Charles Thomas of Sculcoates, yeoman
Consideration: £148 paid by (iii) to (i)
Conveyance by (i) and (ii) to (ii) and (iv)
Property: 143 sq. yds. on the west side of Foundry Row and the two tenements thereon

Probate copy of will  DBR/25  12 May 1814

Contents:
Thomas Walton of Sculcoates, gent.
Proved at York, 10 Nov. 1828

Probate copy of will  DBR/26  5 Oct. 1828

Contents:
Faith Walton
Proved at York, 10 Nov. 1828

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/27-8  26 Feb. 1836

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Charles Thomas of Stoneferry, gent.
b) Jane Thomas, his wife
(ii) John Holmes of Hull, esq.
(iii) J.B. Las Marche of Hull, esq.
Consideration: £100
Property as in DBR/24

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/29  27 Jan. 1851

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Holmes of Myton, esq.
(iia) John Williamson of Wincolmlee, furniture broker
b) Martha Williamson, his wife
Consideration: £80
Property as in DBR/24

Burial certificate John Williamson  DBR/30  15 Ap. 1855

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/31  21 Ap. 1855

Contents:
Parties: (i) Hannah Dresser, wife of Thomas Dresser of Hull, labourer
(ii) Thomas Dresser
(iii) G.M. Williamson of Hull, beer seller
(iv) Isaac Williamson of Hull, tanner
(v) Henry Casson of Hull, tanner
Considerations paid by (v): £40 paid by to (ii) and £25 to (iii)
Property: 2 tenements on the west side of Foundry Row

Certified death certificates Charles and Jane Thomas  DBR/32-3  20 Aug. 1856

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/34  18 Sept. 1856

Contents:
Parties: (i) Isaac Williamson of Hull, tanner
(iia) Joseph Mitchell of Worstro Dale, Barnsley, ironmaster
b) William Abbott of Hull, ironmaster
c) P.M. Middlemass of Doncaster, mineral agent
(iii) C.A. Lee of Hull, surgeon
Consideration: £120
Property: 2 tenements

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/35  2 Nov 1858

Contents:
Parties: (i) Joseph Mitchell of Worsborough Dale near Barnsley, coal master
(ii) P.M. Middlemiss of Doncaster, mineral agent
(iii) William Abbott of Hull, ironmaster and forgeman
(iv) W.H. Moss of Hull, gent.
Conveyance by (i), (ii), and (iii) to (iv)
Property: two tenements on the west side of Foundry Row

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/36  30 Sept. 1859

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Abbott of Hull, ironmaster and forgeman
(ii) W.H. Moss of Hull, gent.
(iii) Francis Lowe of Hull, gent.
(iva) William Abbott
b) John Thelwall of Hull, ironmaster and forgeman
Consideration: £55 paid by (ivb) to (i)
Conveyance to (iii)
Property: two tenements on the west side of Foundry Row

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/37  26 Aug. 1874

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.G. Carlill of Hull, accountant in the liquidation of Abbott, Thelwall & Co.
(iia) James Downs of Hull, engineer
b) Robert Jameson of Hull, timber merchant
c) Robert Smith of Sheffield, iron master
d) William Smith of Newcastle upon Tyne, iron master.
e) Charles Wells of Hull, coal merchant committee of inspection
(iia) William Johnson of Hull, hosier
b) Milson Rhodes of Manchester, commission agent
Consideration: £160 paid by (i) to (ii)
Property: Two tenements on the west side of Foundry Row

Seven tenements in Foundry Row purchased by Messrs. Johnson and Rhodes in 1874  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/38  29 Aug. 1865

Contents:
Parties: (ia) J.R. Pease of Hull, esq.
b) J.W. Pease of Hull, esq.
(iia) Joseph Mitchell of Worsborough Dale, ironfounder
b) Samuel Briggs of Hull, ironfounder co-partners as Joseph Mitchell & Co.
Consideration: £450
Property: Nos. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 Foundry Row

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/39  5 Oct 1863

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Joseph Mitchell of Worsborough Dale, iron master
b) Samuel Briggs of Hull, ironmaster
(ii) Richard Bell of Hull, gent.
(iii) Samuel Briggs
Recital: the dissolution of the partnership of (ia) and (ib)
Conveyance (i) to (ii)
Property as in DBR/38
To be held to the use of (i)

Conveyance  DBR/40  3 Aug 1862

Contents:
Parties: (i) Samuel Briggs of Hull, iron merchant (ii) John Foster of Hull, builder
Consideration: £500
Property as in DBR/38

Mortgage  DBR/41  3 Aug. 1866

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Foster of Hull, builder
(ii) The Hull and East Riding Land, Mortgage and Investment Co. Ltd.
Consideration: £200
Property as in DBR/38
Proviso for redemption
Reconveyance 16 Ap 1869
Parties and property as in mortgage
Consideration £160. 15s. 2d

Covenant  DBR/42  24 Nov. 1866

Contents:
Parties: (i) Samuel Briggs of Hull, iron merchant
(ii) John Foster of Hull, builder
Covenant to produce 1 deed of 1866

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/43  15 July 1869

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Foster of Hull, builder
(ii) Joseph Jarman of Hull, confectioner
Consideration: £610
Property as in DBR/38
Covenant for the production of 5 deeds, 1805 - 51

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/44  16 July 1869

Contents:
Parties: (i) Joseph Jarmar, the elder of Hull, confectioner
(ii) Mary Jubb of Glentham, Lincs., widow
Consideration: £350
Property as in DBR/38
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/45  10 Sept. 1874

Contents:
Parties: (i) Mary Jubb of Glenham, Lincs., widow
(ii) Joseph Jarman of Hull, confectioner
(iii) Thomas Downs of Hull, builder
(iva) William Johnson of Hull, hosier
b) Milson Rhodes of Manchester, commission agent
Considerations paid by (iv): £350 to (i) and £600 to (ii)
Property as in DBR/38

The Whole estate 1885  [no ref. or date]

Letter  DBR/46  24 Feb. 1885

Contents:
Easton to J.A. Jackson giving a description and valuation of the Old Foundry

Abstract of Title  DBR/47  1870

Contents:
James Downs and J.C. Thompson to the Old
Foundry in Cannon St. and Foundry Row citing
46 documents 1806 - 85

Requisitions on title and replies thereto  DBR/48  27, 28 Apr 1885

Schedule of 52 documents relating to the Old Foundry in Cannon St. and Foundry Row  DBR/49  1806-1885

Contents:
Belonging to James Downs and J.C. Thompson and in mortgage to John Eggington and Thomas Holden to secure the repayment of £5,500 and interest at 4%

Property in Cannon St. purchased in 1897  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/50  21 March 1866

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Johnson of Richmond Terrace, merchant's clerk
(ii) R. M. Flowers of Church St., Wincomlee, grocer
Consideration: £230
Property: 89½ sq. yds. on the south side of Cannon St. and the shop and houses thereon and half an adjacent passage as shown on plan
Covenant for the production of 8 deeds 1806 - 66 listed in schedule

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/51  6 July 1871

Contents:
Parties: (ia) R.M. Flowers of Hull, grocer
b) John Wilson of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £200
Property as in DBR/50
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/52  18 Oct 1875

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Wilson of Hull, gent.
(iia) Z.G. Townend of Hull, Rosier
b) Thomas Reed of Hull, tinner trustees and executors of R.M. Flowers
Consideration and property as in DBR/51

Abstract of Title  DBR/53  1897

Contents:
Property in Cannon St., citing 6 documents, 1866 - 81

Schedule of documents relating to 13 Cannon St. and the tenements behind  DBR/54  n.d. 19thc

Property in Cannon St. purchased in 1898  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/55  n.d. c.1898

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Liddell of the Temple, Middx., esq.
(ii) William Bromby of Hull, brewer
Consideration: £130
Property: 3 messuages in Cannon St. and Cannon Passage
Covenant for the production of deeds

Abstract of Title  DBR/56  1897

Contents:
Mrs. Salome Robinson to 21 Cannon St. and the two tenements behind it in Cannon Passage, citing 12 documents, 1870 - 85

Property in Cannon St. purchased in 1898  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/57-8  2 Ap. 1829

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, gent.
(ii) John Appleyard of Sculcoates, gent.
(iii) William Appleyard of Hull, pawnbroker
Consideration: £82 paid by (ii) to (i)
Property: 328 sq. yds. on the south side of Cannon St.
Covenant for the production of 9 deeds, 1762 - 1808, listed, in schedule

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/59  26 May 1832

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Appleyard of Sculcoates, grocer
(ii) Thomas Nicholson of Myton, gent.
Consideration: £160
Property: the land in DBR/58 and the 10 tenements thereon
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Assignment of Mortgage (indent)  DBR/60  22 July 1842

Contents:
Parties: (i) Thomas Nicholson of Myton, gent.
(ii) John Appleyard of Sculcoates, grocer
(iii) Judith Ann Wilkinson of Hull, spinster
Considerations paid by (iii) £160 to (i) and £100 to (ii)
Assignment by (i) and (ii) of their interests in the property in DBR/59
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Particulars and conditions  DBR/61  1850

Contents:
328 sq. yds. and the ten messuages thereon in Cannon St.
To be sold by Bartholemew Oates on 2 Sept. 1850

Purchase contract (copy)  DBR/62  4 Sept. 1850

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.A. Wilkinson of Hull, spinster
(ii) Charles Gray of Hull, joiner
Property as in DBR/61
Price: £305

Particulars and conditions as DBR/61 with the original contract DBR/62 attached  DBR/63  c.1850

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/64  24 Dec. 1850

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.A. Wilkinson of Hull, spinster
(ii) John Cawood of Thornes Lane, Wakefield, woolcomber
(iii) John Appleyard of Hull, grocer.
(iv) Charles Gray of Hull, joiner.
Consideration paid by (iv): £293. 3s. 3d. to (i) and £11. 16s. 9d. to (ii)
Conveyance by (i), (ii) and (iii) to (iv)
Property as in DBR/61

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/65  26 Dec. 1850

Contents:
Parties: (i) Charles Gray of Hull, joiner
(iia) Thomas Abbey, bootmaker
b) M.C. Peck, printer
c) William Lewis, innkeeper
d) John Fountain, fruiterer of Hull, trustees of the Hull Benefit Building Society
Property: a front messuage in Cannon St.
Proviso for redemption

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/66  27 Dec. 1850

Contents:
Parties: (i) Charles Gray of Hull, joiner
(ii) J.A. Wilkinson of Hull, spinster
Consideration: £200
Property: 10 messuages on the south side of Cannon St. subject to mortgage DBR/65
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%
Receipts for interest and principal pinned to mortgage

Notice  DBR/67-8  15 May 1851

2 Copies

Contents:
By: J.A. Wilkinson
To: The Trustees of the Hull Benefit Building Society that the house in Cannon St. had been mortgaged to her subject to a mortgage to them

Rates composition agreement  DBR/69  3 Sept. 1851

Contents:
Parties: (i) The Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor of Sculcoates
(ii) Charles Gray
Calculation based on the rentals of 10 houses in Cannon St

Schedule of 2 deeds 1850 relating to property in Cannon Row belonging to the trustees of the Hull Benefit Building Society for securing one share  DBR/70  8 March 1855

Probate copy of will  DBR/71  21 Dec. 1855

Contents:
Charles Gray of Hull, joiner
Proved at York, 3 July 1856

Succession duty accounts  DBR/72-3  2 Nov. 1857

Contents:
For Martha Cray of Hull, spinster, and Ann Earthicoates of Hull, widow
Upon the death of Charles Gray

Receipt for fire insurance premium with the Phoenix. Fire Office  DBR/74  15 Dec. 1815

Succession duty account  DBR/75  5 Ap. 1866

Contents:
For Martha-Gray of Hull, spinster, deceased
Upon the death of Ann Earthcoates

Will (copy)  DBR/76  26 Jan 1866

Contents:
Martha Gray of Hull, spinster
Proved 8 March 1866

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/77  26 Ap. 1866

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.A. Wilkinson of Hull, spinster
(iia) Ebenezer Wallis of Hull, proprietor of the Hull Packet.
b) C.W. Holdich of Hull, printer and bookseller
Consideration and property as in DBR/66

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/78  30 May 1866

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Ebenezer Wallis of Hull, proprietor of the Hull Packet
b) C.W. Holdich of Hull, printer and bookseller
(ii) Mary Nichols of Hull, spinster
Consideration: £200
Property: a front messuage in Cannon St. and the nine tenements behind it

Copy of DBR/78  DBR/79  1866

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/80  31 May 1866

Contents:
Parties: (i) Mary Nichols of Hull, spinster
(ii) Edward Brown of Welton, gardener
Consideration: £200
Property as in DBR/78
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Schedule of 14 deeds relating to property in Cannon St. belonging to Mary Nicholson and mortgaged to Edward Brown  DBR/81  1829-1866

Fire insurance policy with the Phoenix Assurance Co., 21 June 1866 and premium receipt, 24 June 1866  DBR/82-3  1866

Certificates (copies) of the death and burial of Mary Nichols  DBR/84  1879

Succession duty account  DBR/85  10 May 1879

Contents:
For Maria Hall of Ossett Common
On the death of Mary Nichols

Completed Application form  DBR/86  21 March 1879

Contents:
By J.W. Gardy of Hull, grocer
To the East and West Sculcoates Liberal Permanent Building Society
For an advance of £450

Receipt by Maria Hall for £10 paid by J.W. Gardy as a deposit on the purchase of property in Cannon St  DBR/87  24 Mar. 1879

Requisitions on Title, 9 Ap. 1879 and replies thereto, 12 Ap. 1879  DBR/88  1879

Conveyance  DBR/89  9 May 1879

Contents:
Parties: (i) Edward Brown of Welton, gardener
(ii) Maria Hall of Ossett Low Common near Wakefield
(iii) J.M. Hall, husband of (ii)
(iv) J.W. Gardy of Cannon St., grocer
Considerations paid by (iv): £200 to (i) and £220 to (iii)
Property: a front house and nine tenements in Cannon St

Certificate by the Commissioners for taking acknowledgements of Deeds by married women with respect to Maria Hall in DBR/89  DBR/90  9 May 1879

Mortgage  DBR/91  10 May 1879

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.W. Gardy of Cannon St., grocer
(ii) The East and West Sculcoates Permanent Building Society
Consideration: £450
Property as in DBR/89
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%
Endorsed with receipt of outstanding
Money and reconveyance, 10 Oct 1883

Fire insurance policy with the Queen Insurance Co  DBR/92  12 May 1879

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/93  28 May 1879

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.W. Gardy of Cannon St., grocer
(ii) George Asbery of Drumond St., Rotherham, labourer
Consideration: £60 owing from (i) to (ii)
Property in DBR/89 subject to mortgage DBR/91
Endorsed with reconveyance on the repayment of all money owing, 11 Oct. 1883

Fire insurance policy with the Yorkshire Fire and Life Insurance Policy  DBR/94  4 Nov. 1895

Schedules of 38 deeds relating to property in Cannon St  DBR/95-6  1829-1897

Property north of Cottingham drain and East of Cannon Passage purchased in 14 Sept. 1901  [no ref. or date]

Property purchased by William Pickard in 1815  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/97-8  27, 28 Aug. 1815

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, ironfounder
(ii) Charles Frost of Hull, gent.
(iii) Robert Webster of Hull
(iv) William Pickard of Hull, lighterman
(v) W.W. Bromby of Hull, merchant
Considerations paid by (iv): £36. 8s. 0d. to (i) and £100. 12s. 0d. to (iii)
Conveyance by (i), (ii) and (iii) to (iv) and (v)
Property: 181 sq. yds. on the north side of Cottingham Drain
Covenant for the production of 9 deeds, 1726 - 1808, as listed in schedule

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/99  22 July 1823

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Pickard of Hull, lighterman
(ii) John Everingham of Hull, cordwainer
Consideration: £200
Property: the land in DBR/98 with five tenements thereon
Term: 1000 years
Rent: peppercorn
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Surrender (indent)  DBR/100  16 Feb. 1831

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.E. Head, executor of John Everingham
(ii) William Pickard of Sculcoates, stoop owner
Consideration and property as in DBR/99

Property purchased by William Pickard in 1827  [no ref. or date]

Appointment (indent)  DBR/101  19 May 1827

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, gent.
(ii) William Pickard of Sculcoates, sloop owner.
(iii) B.L. Johnson of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £145 paid to (i) by (ii)
Property 2471/3 sq. yds. on the north side of Cottingham drain, Sculcoates adjacent to the property of (ii) and the messuage thereon a messuage and the 741/3 sq. yds. on which it stands adjacent to the above

The property as a whole  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/102  16 Feb. 1831

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Rickard of Hull, sloop owner
(ii) John Todd of Wright St., gent.
Consideration: £350
Property: 181 sq. yds. 5 feet on the north side of Cottingham drain and the messuage erected thereon
2471/3 sq. yds. on the north side of Cottingham Drain and the house erected thereon
741/3 sq. yds. on Cottingham Drain bank and the messuage thereon
Term: 500 years.
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Will (extract)  DBR/103  17 Ap. 1833

Contents:
John Todd of Wright St., gent.
Proved at York, 3 Sept. 1838

Probate copy of will  DBR/104  28 Ap. 1837

Contents:
William Pickard of Sculcoates, beer shop keeper
Proved at York, 15 Nov. 1837

Assignment of mortgage (indent)  DBR/105  22 March 1839

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Jackson of Hull, wine merchant
b) Edward Spence of Hull, merchant
c) Henry Levett of Hull, merchant
(ii) Sarah Pickard of Hull, widow
(iii) John Cobb of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £350 paid by (iii) to (i)
Assignment by (i) and (ii) of their interest in the property in DBR/102

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/106  26 June 1845

Contents:
Parties: (i) Sarah Pickard of Hull, widow
(ii) John Cobb of Hull, gent.
(iii) Robert Glosson of Hull, common brewer
(iv) William Glosson of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £350 paid by (iii) to (ii)
Property as in DBR/102

Bond in £250  DBR/107  26 June 1845

Contents:
By: Robert Glossop of Hull, brewer
To: Sarah Pickard of Hull, widow
To pay a life annuity of 30/- per month in accordance with an agreement in DBR/107

Account book of monthly payments from R. Glossop to Sarah Pickard  DBR/108  25 May 1845-24 Ap. 1853

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/109  29 Aug. 1862

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Robert Dulay of Horton Pagnall, farmer
b) H.R. Baines of Sculcoates, tallow refiner
c) William Bailey of Hull, ship owner
d) Elizabeth Glossop of Hull, widow
(iia) Joseph Mitchell of Worsborough Dale, iron-founder
b) Samuel Briggs of Hull, ironfounder
Consideration: £400
Property: 181 sq. yds. 5 feet and the five messuages (one in Ebenezer Terrace the remainder in Pickard Place) thereon, on the north side of Cottingham Drain
2471/3 sq. yds. and the messuage thereon in Ebenezer Terrace, north Cottingham Drain Side
74½ sq. yds. and the messuage thereon in Ebenezer Terrace

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/110  5 Oct. 1863

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Joseph Mitchell of Worsborough Dale, ironmaster
b) Samuel Briggs of Hull, ironmaster
(ii) Richard Bell of Hull, gent.
(iii) Samuel Briggs
Property as in DBR/109

Conveyance  DBR/111  24 Nov. 1866

Contents:
Parties: (i) Samuel Briggs of Hull, iron merchant
(ii) G.E Swithinbank of Newcastle upon Tyne, accountant and liquidator of the Hull Forge Co.
Property as in DBR/109 subject to the payment of £304. 4s. 10d. to the Midland Banking Co

Fire insurance policy with the Law Union Fire and Life Insurance Co  DBR/112  25 Dec. 1867

Abstract of title  DBR/113  1867

Contents:
G.E. Swithinbank to property on Cottingham drain side, citing 19 documents, 1815-66

List of 21 documents relating to the property  DBR/114  1815-1901

Property in Foundry Row and Cannon St. purchased in 1909  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/115  3 Sept. 1858

Contents:
Parties: (i) T.O. Atkinson of 9 Portland Place, Hull, gent.
(ii) James Johnson of Waverley St., Hull, merchants clerk
(iii) Anthony Atkinson of 5 Baker St., Hull and Clare College, Cambridge
Consideration: £400 paid by (ii) to (i)
Property: 211 sq. yds. in Cannon St. and Foundry Row and the two front houses and grocers shop in Cannon St., the two tenements behind the shop and the three front messuages in Foundry Row

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/116  17 Feb. 1864

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Johnson of 34 Richmond Terrace, Drainside, Hull, merchants clerk
(ii) A.O. Atkinson of Hull, gent.
(iii) Dinah Suggitt of Winteringham, Lincs., widow
Consideration: £100 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/115
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Further charge (indent)  DBR/117  20 June 1865

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Johnson of Hull, merchant's clerk
(ii) Dinah Suggitt of Winteringham, Lincs., widow
Consideration: £60
To be secured on the same property as in DBR/116

Release (indent)  DBR/118  8 March 1866

Contents:
Parties: (i) Dinah Suggitt of Winteringham, Lincs., widow
(ii) James Johnson of Hull, merchants clerk
Consideration: £160
Property as in DBR/116
Memorandum as to an agreement relating to the boundaries of the property

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/119  29 Nov. 1866

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Johnson of Hull, merchants clerk
(iia) Henry Gibson of Hull, gent
b) Anthony Atkinson of Hull, gent
Consideration: £70
Property: 112 sq. yds. with the two front messuages, three messuages in Foundry Row, draught-house thereon as shown on the attached plan
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Transfer of mortgage (indent)  DBR/120  11 Oct. 1870

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Henry Gibson of Hull, gent
b) Anthony Atkinson of Hull, gent
(ii) James Johnson of Hull, merchants clerk
(iiia) Thomas Kirk of Sutton, gent.
b) David Ramsden of Huby Burn near Easingwold, farmer
Considerations paid by (iii): £70 to (i) and £130 to (ii)
Assignment by (i) and (ii) of their interest in the property in DBR/119

Fire insurance policy with the Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co  DBR/121  25 March 1872

Sale particulars  DBR/122  13 June 1879

Contents:
Property: 2 houses in Cannon St. and 3 tenements in Foundry Row
To be sold by Messrs. Nathe Easton & Son.
Purchase contract 3 July 1879
Parties: (i) James Johnson
(ii) Susan Thompson
Consideration: £340

Abstract of title  DBR/123  1879

Contents:
James Johnson to property in Cannon St. and Foundry Row, citing 7 documents, 1838 - 1870

Schedule of 11 documents relating to the Foundry Row and Cannon St  DBR/124  1858-1909

The Founder's Arms, Cottingham Drain side, purchased in 1916  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/125-6  28, 29 June 1810

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, ironfounder
(ii) John Fox of Sculcoates, builder
(iii) John Rivis of Sculcoates, common brewer
(iv) Nathaniel Waddington of Myton, gent.
Consideration: £190 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: 300 sq. yds. on the north side of Cottingham Drain and the messuage thereon
Covenant for the production of 9 deeds, 1726 - 1808

Plan  DBR/127  N.D

Contents:
109 sq. yds. 6' north of the property in DBR/126 and to be purchased by Mr. Rivis

Plan-attached notes  DBR/128  Dec. 1828

Contents:
Land: 114 sq. yds. 4 ft. north of that in DBR/126 purchased by John Rivis from John Todd

Letters from John Todd to John Rivis as to negotiations for the sale and purchase of land  DBR/129-30  18, 26 Feb. 1829

Extract from the trust deed "B", of Ind, Coope and Co. Ltd  DBR/131  29 May 1896

Schedule of 6 documents, relating to the Founders Arms  DBR/132  1810-1916

Property in Gibson St. purchased in 1916  [no ref. or date]

25 Gibson St  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/133-4  26, 27 Feb 1811

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, ironfounder
(iia) Thomas Goodland of Sculcoates, gent.
b) Thomas Goodland of Sculcoates, cordwainer
(iii) George Cookman of Hull, currier
Consideration: £26. 5s. 0d. paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: 210 sq. yds. on the east side of Gibson St. and the messuage erected thereon by (iii)

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/135-6  18, 19 Aug. 1815

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Goodland of Hull, shoemaker
(ii) Elizabeth Goodland of Hull, widow
(iii) Jane Taylor, wife of James Taylor of Hull, button mold maker
(iv) Edward Taylor of Hull, rag merchant
Consideration: love and affection of (i) to (ii) and (iii)
Conveyance (i) to (iv)
Property as in DBR/134
To be held to the uses declared

Will (and cover)  DBR/137-8  10 May 1823

Contents:
John Goodland of Sculcoates, shoemaker

Final concord (both halves)  DBR/139-40  1825

Contents:
Trinity, 6 Geo IV (1825)
Quer: Joseph Lambert
Defor: Elizabeth Goodland, James Taylor and Jane his wife
Property: a cottage and 300 sq. yds. of land in Sculcoates
Fine: £60

Mortgage and declaration of the uses of a fine (indent)  DBR/141  21 June 1825

Contents:
Parties: (i) Edward Taylor of Sculcoates, merchant
(ii) George Cookman of Hull, currier
(iiia) Elizabeth Goodland of Sculcoates, widow
b) James Taylor of Hull, button mould maker and Jane, his wife
(iv) Joseph Lambert, of Hull, gent.
(v) Thomas Gallard of Beverley, Preacher of the Gospel
Consideration: £80
Property as in 134
Term: 1000 years.
Proviso for redemption with interest at 4½%
Recital the fine DBR/139
To be held to the uses declared

Declaration  DBR/142  16 March 1847

Contents:
By Jane Taylor of London, widow as to her husband and family

Certified parish register extracts relating to the Taylor family  DBR/143-9  1806-1937

Contents:
Document folded in DBR/142

Notes relating to the declaration DBR/142  DBR/150  c.1847

Contents:
Document folded in DBR/142

Letter from T. Crackles to John (Taylor?)  DBR/152  1 March 1849

Contents:
Document folded in DBR/142

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/153  3 Ap. 1847

Contents:
Parties: (i) Edward Taylor of London, merchant
(ii) George Cookman of Hull, esq.
(iii) Francis Gallard of Welton, widow
(iv) John Taylor of Beverley, paint and colour manufacturer
(v) Francis Smith of Hull, widow
(vi) W.L. Hird of Hull, ship owner
(vii) John Good of Hull, ship chandler
Considerations paid by (vi): £80 to (v) and £10 to (iv)
Property: 210 sq. yds. and the two messuages thereon in Gibson St

Abstract of title  DBR/154  1884

Contents:
To 25 Gibson St. citing 1 document, 1883

Conveyance  DBR/155  24 Feb. 1885

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Hird of Knedlington, farmer
(ii) Jane Pollard of Hull, widow
Consideration: £210
Property: 210 sq. yds. and the messuage thereon on the east side of Gibson St

Conveyance  DBR/156  24 Mar. 1885

Contents:
Parties: (i) Jane Pollard
(ii) George Hird
Consideration and property as in DBR/155

Abstract of Title  DBR/157  1885-1900

Contents:
H.G. Twivey to property in Gibson St., citing 3 documents

Schedule of 11 deeds 1811 - 1902 relating to Gibson St. property  DBR/158  19 June 1902

21 Gibson St  [no ref. or date]

Appointment and mortgage (indent)  DBR/159  18 Feb. 1818

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, ironfounder
(ii) George Waddie of Sculcoates, mill wright
(iii) George Morley of Hull, bricklayer, trustee of (ii)
(iv) Sarah Steel of Hull
Considerations: £35 paid by (iv) to (i) at the request of (ii) and £5. 5s. 0d. paid by (ii) to (i)
Property: 224 sq. yds. on the east side of Gibson St. and the messuage built thereon by (ii)
To be held by (iv) for 1000 years subject to the proviso and then to the uses to be declared by (ii)
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/160  3 Dec. 1830

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Lysander Steel Thompson of Hull, comedian
b) Thomas Steel Ewbank of Hull, carver and gilder
(ii) George Waddie of Sculcoates, millwright
(iii) Thomas Nicholson of Hull, gent.
Considerations paid by (iii): £35. 1s. 0d. to (i) and £4. 19s. 0d. to (ii)
Assignment by (i) and (ii) to (iii) of their interest in the property in DBR/159
Endorsed with receipt for the repayment of £40, 1 March 1876

Will  DBR/161  31 Jan. 1849

Contents:
George Waldie of Sculcoates, millwright

Court order for the sale on the Gibson St., property belonging to George Matheson, he being of and sound mind  DBR/162  29 Jan. 1876

Abstract of title  DBR/163  1876

Contents:
Mary Matheson to 21 Gibson St., citing 5 documents, 1849 - 76

Conveyance  DBR/164  27 March 1876

Contents:
Parties: (i) Mary Matheson of Hull, widow
(ii) James Joseph Firth of Hull, cooper
(iii) James Taylor of Hull, labourer
Considerations paid by (iii): £155 to (i) and £40 to (ii)
Property as in DBR/159

Prospectus for life insurance from the Yorkshire Fire and Life Insurance Co  DBR/165  c 1870-1875

Fire insurance policy with the Yorkshire Fire and Life Insurance Co  DBR/166  29 March 1876

Notice to landowners  DBR/167  1880

Contents:
Hull Barnsley and West Riding Junction Railway and Dock. Session 1880

Notice to Landowners, Lessees and Occupiers (abandonment)  DBR/168  1883

Contents:
Hull Barnsley and West Riding Junction Dock Co. (Various Powers). Session 1880

Notice to Owners, Lessees and occupiers (Works)  DBR/169-70  1883

Contents:
Hull Barnsley and West Riding Junction Railway and Dock Co. (Works), (2 versions) Session 1883

Conveyance  DBR/171  4 Jan. 1887

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Taylor of Hull, clothes dealer
(ii) W.H. Taylor of Hull, clerk
Consideration: £200
Property as in DBR/159

Covering letter from James Todd to W.H. Taylor with 171  DBR/172  10 Jan. 1887

Schedule of 14 deeds of 22 formerly 21 Gibson St  DBR/173  1878-1916

Property in Reform St. purchased in 1917  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by appointment (indent)  DBR/174  18 July 1839

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Pryme of Cambridge, esq.
(ii) John Harrison of Sculcoates, paint and color manufacturer
(iii) Robert Booth of Sculcoates, mariner
Consideration: £200
Property: 741 sq. yds. 4 feet between Reform St. and Cottingham Drain and all the buildings and engines thereon occupied by (ii)
To be held by (ii) and (iii) to the use of (ii) and uses to be declared by (ii)
Covenant for the production of 7 deeds, 1771 - 1802

Mortgage by lease and release (indent)  DBR/175-6  22, 23 July 1839

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Harrison of Sculcoates, paint and colour manufacturer
(ii) Robert Roach of Hull, master mariner
Property as in DBR/174
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Further Charge (indent)  DBR/177  23 Jan. 1840

Contents:
Parties, property and proviso as in DBR/176
Consideration: £100

Further charge (indent)  DBR/178  28 March 1840

Contents:
Parties, property and proviso as in DBR/176
Consideration: £50

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/179  20 May 1840

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Pryme of Cambridge, esq.
(ii) John Harrison of Sculcoates, paint and color manufacturer
(iii) Robert Booth of Sculcoates, mariner
Consideration: £74
Property: 211 sq. yds. 7 feet in Reform St., east of the property in DBR/174 and the buildings thereon, erected and occupied by (ii)
Covenant for the production of four deeds, 1783 - 1802, listed in schedule

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/180  26 May 1840

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Harrison of Sculcoates, paint and colour manufacturer
(ii) Robert Roach of Hull, master mariner
Consideration: £250
Property as in DBR/179
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Mortgage by lease and release (indent)  DBR/181  16 Oct. 1840

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Harrison of Sculcoates, paint and colour manufacturer
(iia) Robert Wake and b) William Officer both of Hull, merchants and co-partners
(iii) John Harrison of Sculcoates, paint and colour manufacturer
(iv) Robert Booth of Sculcoates, gent.
Considerations paid by (i) £1250 to (i) £344. 9s. 10d. to (ii)
Conveyance by (i) and (ii) of the property in DBR/174 to 179

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/183  28 Aug. 1841

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Harrison of Sculcoates, paint and colour manufacturer
(ii) W.J. Beilby of Hull, gent.
(iii) J.A. Jackson of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £2200
Property: 953 sq. yds. 2 feet of land in Reform St, and the paint oil and colour mill, mustard mill, buildings and machinery thereon
152 sq. yds. 7 ft. of land and the messuage thereon on the north side of Dock St.
43 sq. yds. 7 ft. near to the above and the messuage thereon
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/184  23 Dec. 1841

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Harrison of Sculcoates, paint and colour manufacturer
(iia) William Tudor of Sculcoates, merchant
b) John Rayner of Hull, bookseller
c) J.H. Newton of Hull, cement manufacturer
Property as in 183 subject to the mortgage in DBR/183
To be held in trust to sell

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/185  21 Oct. 1842

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Tudor of Sculcoates, merchant
b) John Rayner of Hull, bookseller
c) G.H. Newton of Wilmington, cement manufacturer
(ii) John Harrison of Sculcoates, paint and colour manufacturer and ship chandler
(iii) George Maris of Leeds, millwright
Conveyance by (i) and (ii) to (iii)
Property as in DBR/184
To be held in trust to sell

Assignment of mortgage (indent)  DBR/186  12 Oct 1844

Contents:
Parties: (i) W.T. Beilby of Hull, gent.
(ii) George Maris of Leeds, millwright
(iii) John Harrison of Sculcoates, paint and colour manufacturer
(iv) Christopher Topham of Wortley (par Leeds) cloth manufacturer
(v) William Bunney of Hull, gent.
(vi) Joseph Webster of Morley (par. Batley) clothmaker
Considerations paid by (iv): £2200 to (i) £300 to (iii)
Assignment by (i), (ii) and (iii) of their interest in the property in DBR/183 to (iv)
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Notice  DBR/187  19 Nov. 1845

Contents:
By Christopher Topham
To John Harrison, ship chandler of Dock St. to repay the money owing under mortgage DBR/186

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/188  6 Mar. 1858

Contents:
Parties: (i) Christopher Topham of Wortley (par. Leeds), cloth manufacturer
(ii) William Baker of Hull, patent horse and cattle food manufacturer
Consideration: £1500
Property: 953 sq. yds. in Reform St. and the buildings etc. thereon

Covenants (indent)  DBR/189  6 March 1858

Contents:
Parties: (i) Christopher Topham
(ii) William Baker
For the production of 5 deeds 1841 - 5

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/190  19 Aug. 1858

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Baker of Cheapside, London, patent horse and cattle food manufacturer
(iia) Abel Smith, (b) Martin Tucker Smith, (c) Oswald Smith, (d) J.H. Smith, (f) Edmund Smith; all of Hull, bankers and co-partners trading as Samuel Smith Brothers and Co.
(iii) R.L. Cook of Hull, gent.
Consideration: the security of up to £3600 owing on a current bank account
Property as in DBR/188

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/191  10 Jan. 1862

Contents:
Parties: (ia) C.G. Howard of Hull, merchant
b) Charles Kelsey of Hull, merchant creditor and assignees of the estate of William Baker, bankrupt.
c) Theophibus Carrick of Hull, esq. official assignee of
(ii) R.L. Cook of Hull, merchant
(iiia) M.T. Smith, (b) Oswald Smith, (c) J.H. Smith, all of Lombard St., London, bankers, (d) S.G. Smith of Portland St., Middx., banker
e) Edmund Smith of Hull, banker
(iva) Abel Smith of Woodhall, Herts., esq.
b) Robert Smith of Lombard St., esq.
Executors of Abel Smith
(v) D.R. Smith of Kirkella, esq.
Consideration: £2700 paid by (v) to (iii)
Property as in DBR/188

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/192  29 Jan. 1875

Contents:
Parties: (i) D.R. Smith of London, esq.
(ii) Wallider Thompson of Hull, retired engineer
Consideration: £2750
Property as in DBR/188, formerly occupied by
William Baker and now by Connell
Bros. and Wallider Thompson the younger

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/193  10 Oct. 1876

Contents:
Parties: (ia) C.H. Wright of Hull, ironmonger
b) G.H. Bell of Hull, solicitor's clerk devisees in trust of Wallider Thompson
(ii) John Grendell of Hull, seed crusher
Consideration: £1100
Property: 294 sq. yds. 4 ft. of land in Reform St

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/194  10 Oct. 1876

Contents:
Parties: (ia) John Grindell of Hull, seed crusher
b) Anthony Bannister of Hessle, esq.
c) Richard Baxter of Hull, merchant.
d) C.S. Eccles of Hull, gent.
e) George Myers of Hull, chemist and druggist
Trustees of the Kingston upon Hull
Conservative Permanent Benefit Building Society
Consideration £2500
Property as in DBR/193

Equitable charge  DBR/195  25 Mar 1880

Contents:
By: John Grindell of Hull, merchant
To: Alfred Maw of Hull, merchant
Consideration: £150
Property: an oil mill in Reform St.
Endorsed with reconveyance

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/196  3 Aug. 1883

Contents:
Parties: (i) The Hull Banking Co. Ltd.
(ii) John Grindell of Hull, seed crusher
Consideration: £271
Property: 271 sq. yds. between the property in DBR/193 as shown on plan
Covenant for the production of 4 deeds, 1875-82

Conveyance  DBR/197  6 Nov. 1889

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Grindell of Hull, seed crusher
(ii) Hunt and Grindell, Ltd.
Consideration: £18, 203 paid for land buildings, machinery and business good will
Property as in DBR/193 and 196 as shown on plan and adjacent property held as yearly tenant

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/198  17 March 1890

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Tall formerly Hull, auctioneer, now of Montacute Ilminster, Somerset, gent.
(ii) Hart and Grindell Ltd.
All claims under a mortgage of 28 Aug. 1879

Acknowledgement  DBR/199  19 June 1890

Contents:
By: the Hull Banking Co. Ltd.
To: Hart and Grindall Ltd.
The right to the production of a deed dated 28 Aug. 1879

Conveyance  DBR/200  10 Dec. 1896

Contents:
Parties: (i) The Trustees and Executors and Securities Corporation Ltd. of 5 0 Old Broud St., London
(ii) Hart and Grindall Ltd., in liquidation
(iii) Thomas Barley of Hull, seed crusher
Considerations paid by (iii) to (i): £130 and £1242
Property: the land in DBR/193 and 196 as shown on plan with all the buildings thereon and the machinery and plant listed in a schedule

Abstract of Title  DBR/201  1917

Contents:
John Noulton & Son to property in Reform St., citing 10 documents, 1903-17

Schedule of 31 deeds relating to property in Reform St  DBR/202  (1839-1917)

Property in Sheldon Sq., Gibson St., purchased in 1917  [no ref. or date]

Probate copy of Will  DBR/203  3 Nov. 1874

Contents:
Alfred Spink of Hull, gent.
Proved 1 June 1875

File of parish register and registrar's certificates  DBR/204  n.d. 19thc

Particulars and conditions of sale of property in Hodgson St. and Gibson St. to be sold by Charles Johnson  DBR/205  1877

Contents:
Sale Contract 15 Nov. 1877
By William and Henry Cox
To: John Stephenson
Price: £145
Property: 3 tenements in Sheldon Sq., Gibson St

Abstract of Title  DBR/206  1877

Contents:
Messrs. Cox to 3 messuages in Sheldon Sq
Gibson St., citing 5 documents, 1820-77

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/207  20 Dec. 1877

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Cox of 57 Pall Mall, Middx., picture dealer
b) Henry Cox of San Francisco, U.S.A., D.D.
(ii) John Stephenson of Hull, contractor
(iii) R.C. Swann of Hull, bootmaker
Consideration: £145 paid by (ii) to (iii)
Property: 3 tenements in Sheldon Sq., Gibson St.
Covenant by (iii) for the production of deeds to (ii)

Conveyance  DBR/208  10 Ap. 1884

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Ringrose Selkirk of Hull, labourer
b) Hannah Keziah Selkirk, his wife
(iia) C.F. Wilson of Hull, oil miller
b) Isabella Wilson, his wife
(iii) Henry Blackburn of Hull, jam manufacturer
Consideration: £30
Property: No.1 Sheldon Sq., Gibson St

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/209  18 June 1887

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Stephenson of Preston, contractor
(ii) J.T. Woodhouse of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £300
Property: 3 tenements in Sheldon Sq., Gibson St.
Proviso for redemption
Endorsed with assignment 12 Nov. 1887
Parties: (i) T.J. Woodhouse
(iia) Sarah Sheers of Cardiff, widow
b) Rev. G.E. Sheers Wesleyan Minister
Consideration and property as in mortgage

Abstract of title  DBR/210  1901

Contents:
John Stephenson to property in Sheldon Sq., Gibson St., citing 4 documents, 1877 - 1901

Observations and requisitions on title  DBR/211  1901

Reconveyance  DBR/212  25 June 1901

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Sarah Sheers of Leith, widow
b) Rev. G.E. Sheers of Ashton under Lyne, Wesleyan Minister
(ii) John Stephenson
Consideration and property as in DBR/209

Conveyance  DBR/213  21 Aug. 1901

Contents:
Parties: (i) Henry Blackburn of Hull, jam manufacturer
(ii) Joshua Kendall of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £50
Property: No.1 Sheldon Sq., Gibson St

Property in Cannon St. purchased in 1917  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/214  29 Aug. 1862

Contents:
Parties: (ia) J.R. Pease of Hull, esq.
b) J.W. Pease of Hull, esq.
(iia) Joseph Mitchell of Worsborough Dale, iron founder
b) Samuel Briggs of Hull, iron founder
(iii) Charles Fowler of Hull, ale and porter merchant
Consideration: £80 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: 2 messuages between Sheldon St. on the north and Cannon St. on the south
Covenant by (i) and (ii) for the production of 5 deeds, 1805-58 listed in 25 schedules

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/215  7 Aug. 1874

Contents:
Parties: (i) Charles Fowler of Hull, wine merchant
(ii) Edward Gallagher of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £120
Property as in DBR/214

Conveyance  DBR/216  7 May 1884

Contents:
Parties: (i) Margaret Gallagher of Hull, widow
(ii) Henry Buck of Lockwood St., builder
Consideration: £95
Property: the messuages nos.12 and 14 Cannon St

Mortgage  DBR/217  8 May 1884

Contents:
Parties: (i) Henry Buck of Hull, builder
(ii) Owen Daly of Hull, physician
Consideration: £95
Property as in DBR/216
Proviso for redemption

Fire insurance policy with the Hand in Hand Fire and Life Insurance Society, 19 May 1891, and cover  DBR/218-9  1891

Transfer of mortgage (indent)  DBR/220  4 May 1891

Contents:
Parties: (i) Owen Daly of Hull, physician
(ii) Henry Buck of Hull, builder.
(iii) C.C.L. Winter
Consideration: £95 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/216

Fire insurance policy with the British Law Fire Insurance Co. Ltd  DBR/221-2  12 Ap. 1904

Contents:
Enclosing card of W.H. Taylor & Son, house and estate agents

Abstract of title  DBR/223  1904

Contents:
Henry Buck and his mortgagee to 16 & 18 Cannon St., Hull, citing 3 documents, 1884 - 91

Letters from W.H. Taylor & Son negotiating for the purchase of 16 and 18 Cannon St., from Mr. and Mrs. W. Langdale  DBR/224-5  9 Aug. 1916, 18 July 1917

Various properties adjacent to the main foundry, purchased in 1917  [no ref. or date]

15 Houses in Cannon Passage  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/226  21 March 1829

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, esq.
(ii) Thomas Briggs of Sculcoates, builder
(iii) William Wooley of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £46. 13s. 10d. paid by (ii) to (i)
Property: 291 sq. yds. 5 feet on the west side of Cannon Passage as shown on plan

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/227  29 June 1829

Contents:
Parties: (i) Thomas Briggs of Sculcoates, builder
(ii) William Wooley of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £200
Property: the land in 226 and five messuages thereon
Term: 1000 years.
Rent: peppercorn.
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Assignment of mortgage (indent)  DBR/228  15 Dec 1830

Contents:
Parties: (i) Thomas Briggs of Sculcoates, builder
(ii) William Wooley of Hull, gent.
(iii) Ann Charity of Hull, widow
Consideration paid by (iii) to (ii) and property as in DBR/227
Endorsed with receipt for the repayment of £201. 16s. 3d., 5 Aug. 1853

Abstract and supplemental abstract of title  DBR/229-30  1853

Contents:
George Liddell to property in Sculcoates citing 3 documents 1839 - 51

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/231  26 Aug. 1853

Contents:
Parties: (i) G.W.M. Liddell of Hull, banker
(ii) Charles Liddell of Hull, banker
(iii) Thomas Briggs of Hull, builder
(iv) C.A. Lee of Hull, Surgeon
Consideration: £83 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: 165 and 167 sq. yds. of land in Cannon Passage and the 6 tenements erected by (iii) thereon
Covenant for the production of three deeds, 1839 - 51, listed in schedule

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/232  29 Aug. 1853

Contents:
Parties: (i) Thomas Briggs of Hull, builder
(ii) Mary Toft of Hull, widow
Consideration: £325
Property: in Cannon Passage
291 sq. yds. and 5 ft. of land and the 9 messuages thereon
165 and 167 sq. yds. of land and the 6 messuages thereon
Proviso for redemption

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/233  14 June 1866

Contents:
Parties: (i) Mary Toft of Hull, widow
(ii) Henry Baynes of Hull, licenced victualler
Consideration and property as in 232

Abstract of Title  DBR/234  1866

Contents:
Henry Baynes of 15 tenements in Cannon Passage citing 9 documents 1829 - 66

Fire insurance policy with the Northern Assurance Co  DBR/235 - 7  19 Feb. 1870, 5 Ap. 1891

Contents:
And premium receipt, 1 Ap. 1873

Succession duty account for Mary Langley on the death of George Howden  DBR/238  5 Feb. 1891

Receipt for deeds from Messrs. Rose, Downs & Thompson Ltd  DBR/239  11 Jan. 1918

No. 3 Cannon St  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/240  18 Ap. 1867

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Liddell of Hull, esq.
(iia) J.S. Bean, (b) T.B. Bean of Hull, brewers and Malsters
Consideration: £240
Property: 2 messuages in Cannon St.
To be held to the use of (iia), the other to the use of (iib)

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/241  21 Ap. 1867

Contents:
Parties: (ia) J.S. Bean, (b) T. B. Bean both of Hull, brewers
(iia) Samuel Sheilds, merchant
b) J.S. Bean
c) Thomas Kirk the younger, gold and silversmith
Trustees of the Hull and East Riding Benefit Building Society
Consideration: £240
Property: 2 messuages in Cannon St

Schedule of 4 documents relating to No. 3 Cannon St  DBR/242  1867-1891

1-3 Ebenezer Terrace, Cottingham Drain Side  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release (attached indent)  DBR/243  25, 26 July 1839

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Jackson, b) Edward Spence, c) Henry Levett of Hull, merchants devisees in trust of John Todd
(ii) Sarah Pickard of Hull, widow
(iii) David Dunn of Scott St., Sculcoates, shoemaker
(iv) Francis Hobson of Francis St., Sculcoates, builder
Consideration paid by (iii): £40 to (i) and £5 to (ii)
Property: 216 sq. yds. on the north side of Cottingham Drain

Lease and release (indents)  DBR/244-5  11, 12 Sept. 1839

Contents:
Parties: (i) David Dunn of Scott St., Sculcoates, shoemaker
(ii) John Chapman of Sculcoates, yeoman
(iii) George Foster of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £19
Property: 60 sq. yds. 6 ft. of land on the north side of Cottingham Drain

Bill of George Foster for legal charges incurred by John Chapman in the Conveyance DBR/245  DBR/246  c.1839

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/247  30 Ap. 1846

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Chapman of Sculcoates, yeoman
(ii) David Dunn of Sculcoates, shoemaker
(iii) Francis Hobson of Hull, bricklayer
Consideration: £125 paid by (ii) to (i)
Property: the land in DBR/245 and 2 houses thereon

Probate copy of will  DBR/248  15 Sept. 1849

Contents:
David Dunn of Scott St., Sculcoates, cordwainer
Proved 21 Oct. 1856

Death certificate of Elizabeth Dunn, d.11 Feb. 1857  DBR/249  1857

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/250  19 July 1871

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.D. Battersby of Hull, furniture broker
(ii) George Battersby of Hull, blacksmith
(iii) The Trustees of the Second Patriotic Benefit Building Society
Consideration: £200
Property: Nos. 1 and 2 Ebenezer Terrace and the house built behind them on the bank of Cottingham drain

Death certificate of George Battersby d.14 Ap. 1872  DBR/251  1872

Mortgage  DBR/252a  13 Dec. 1877

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.D. Battersby of Hull, general broker
(ii) The Third People's Building Society
Consideration: £600
Property: five messuages erected on the land in DBR/243

Schedule of 11 deeds, relating to 1 - 3 Ebenezer Terrace  DBR/252b  1839-1892

50 houses in Cannon St  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title  DBR/253  1887

Contents:
The devisees in trust of William Mitchell to 2 houses in Cannon St., citing 4 documents 1867 - 80

Property formerly owned by the Hull and Barnsley Railway  [no ref. or date]

8-12 Vine Court  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(Hull and Barnsley ref. 662)

Abstract of title  DBR/254  1849-1897

Contents:
J.J. Adamson to nos. 8 - 12 Vine Court, Gibson
St., citing 22 documents

Rough notes on the Witting family pedigree  DBR/255  n.d., 19th c

Declaration  DBR/256  8 Feb. 1897

Contents:
By Ann Witting of Hull, widow
Us to the Witting family pedigree

Letter to J.W. Chilmar relating to the conveyance Witting to Adamson from Iveson and West  DBR/257  6 March 1897

Letter to J. W. Chilmar relating to the conveyance Witting to Adamson from Rollit and Sons  DBR/258  6 May 1897

Conveyance  DBR/259  1 May 1897

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.E. Witting of Hull, fish merchant
(ii) A.E. Bray, wife of Charles Bray of Hull, joiner
(iii) E.A. Witting of Hull, spinster
(iv) R.D. Witting of Hull, printer
(v) W.H. Witting of Hull, blacksmith
(vi) E.A. Martin, wife of Henry Martin of Hull, ships cook
(vii) E.A. Witting wife of J.E. Witting
(viia) E.A. Martin
b) A.E. Witting
(iv) J.J. Adamson of Hull, architect
Consideration: £165 paid by (iv) to (i)-(viii)
Property: 8 - 12 Vine Court

Mortgage  DBR/260  1 May 1897

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.J. Adamson of Hull, architect
(ii) J.H. Easton of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £120
Property: 8 - 12 Vine Court
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Acknowledgement  DBR/261  6 May 1897

Contents:
By James Oldham of Hull, chemist
To J.J. Adamson of Hull, architect and surveyor to right to the production of 1 deed, 1897 listed in schedule

Fire insurance policy with the Royal Insurance Co  DBR/262  18 May 1897

Abstract of title  DBR/263  1902

Contents:
J.J. Adamson to Vine Court, citing 8 documents 1949 - 97

Requisitions on title, draft and fair copy with replies  DBR/264-5  n.d

Purchase contract and draft  DBR/266-7  13 Feb. 1902

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.J. Adamson of Hull, surveyor
(ii) The Hull, Barnsley and West Riding Junction Railway and Dock Co.
Price: £175
Property: 8-12 Vine Court

Correspondence: J.W. Chilman to J.H. Easton  DBR/268  17 Feb. 1902

Correspondence: J.E. Chilman to Moss Lowe & Co  DBR/269  10 Mar. 1902

Correspondence: J.J. Adamson to Moss Lowe & Co  DBR/270  22 March 1902

Conveyance (draft)  DBR/271  1870

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.H. Easton of Hull, gent.
(ii) J.J. Adamson of Hull, architect and surveyor
(iii) The Hull, Barnsley and West Riding Junction Railway and Dock Co.
Considerations paid by (iii): £120 to (i) and £55 to (ii)
Property: 8-12 Vine Court

Property in Gibson St. and Vine Court  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(H. & B. ref. 672)

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/272  2-3 July 1801

Contents:
Parties: (ia) John Carr of Dunston Hill, Co. Durham, esq.
b) Benjamin Blades of Hull, esq.
c) Christopher Machell of Beverley, esq.
d) John Alderson of Sculcoates, M.D. devisees in trust of Christopher Scott
(ii) William Fillingham of Drypool
Consideration: £22
Property: 60 sq. yds. on the south side of Cottingham drain

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/273-4  6, 7 Nov. 1816

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Fillingham of Drypool, shipwright
(ii) James Hodgson of Hull, currier
(iii) Thomas Tripp of Hull, gent., trustee of (i)
Consideration: £112
Property: the land in DBR/272 with the house thereon

Appointment (indent)  DBR/275  23 Mar. 1816

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, ironfounder
(ii) Thomas Briggs of Sculcoates, yeoman
(iii) George Parkin of Sculcoates, joiner
(iv) James Hodgson of Hull, currier
(v) Thomas Tripp of Hull, gent., trustee of (iv)
Considerations paid by (iii): £25. 4s. 0d. for land and £79 for buildings
Conveyance by (i) - (iii)
Property: 115 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Boleter St. and the two tenements thereon

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/276  29 Ap. 1846

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Hodgson of Hull, gent.
(ii) W.H. Greenwood of Hull, draper
Consideration: £200
Property in DBR/274 and 275
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/277  21 June 1879

Contents:
Parties: (i) Elizabeth Greenwood of Scarborough, widow
(ii) Daniel Brown of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £225
Property as in DBR/276

Appointment (indent)  DBR/278-9  9 Nov. 1816

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, ironfounder
(ii) Thomas Briggs of Sculcoates, yeoman
(iii) George Parkin of Sculcoates, builder
(iv) Benjamin Ellerton of Hull, gent., trustee of (iii)
Considerations: £19. 10s. 0d. paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: 107 sq. yds. 5 ft. of land and the two tenements thereon in Bateler St

Release (copy)  DBR/280  7 May 1822

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Parkin of Myton, builder
(iia) John Todd of Sculcoates, ironfounder
b) George Jackson of Hull, builder
(iii) Other creditors of (i)
Property: 8 houses forming Graham's Sq. near Cannon St.
2 houses in Bateler St.
A house in the south side of Spring dyke
To be held in trust to sell

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/280-1  8, 9 Oct. 1822

Contents:
Parties: (ia) John Todd of Sculcoates, iron founder
b) George Jackson of Hull, builder
(ii) George Parkin of Hull, builder
(iii) Benjamin Ellerton of Sculcoates, gent.
(iv) William Johnson of Sculcoates, grocer
(v) John Alcock of Hull, grocer, trustee of (iii)
Considerations paid by (iii): £12 to (i) and £104. 11s. 8d to (iii)
Conveyance by (i) - (iii)
Property: 107 sq. yds. 5 ft. in Baleter St. and the 2 tenements thereon

Appointment (indent)  DBR/282  12 Aug. 1817

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, iron founder
(ii) George Parkin of Sculcoates, joiner
(iii) Joseph Dibb of Sculcoates, brewer, trustee of (ii)
Consideration: £42. 17s. 0d.
Property: 243 sq. yds. 6 ft. of land on the east side of Bateler St. and the two tenements erected thereon by (ii)

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/283  14 Aug. 1817

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Parkin of Sculcoates, joiner
(ii) Charles Wilson of Hull, master mariner
Consideration: £140
Property as in DBR/282
Term: 1000 years.
Rent: peppercorn
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Appointment  DBR/284  23 Jan. 1821

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Parkin of Sculcoates, joiner
(ii) Charles Wilson of Sculcoates, master mariner
(iii) William West of Sculcoates, builder
(iv) Thomas Pullan
Consideration: £65 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: part of the land in DBR/282 with the three messuages thereon subject to the payment of £100 of the £140 in 283

Appointment (indent)  DBR/285  22 Oct. 1822

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Parkin of Sculcoates, joiner
(ii) Charles Wilson of Sculcoates, master mariner
(iii) William Johnson of Hull, grocer
(iv) John Alcock of Hull, grocer
Considerations paid by (iii): £60 to (ii) and £30 to (i)
Property: part of the land in DBR/282 and a messuage thereon

Appointment (indent)  DBR/286  14 Nov. 1822

Contents:
Parties: (i) William West of Sculcoates, builder
(ii) William Johnson of Sculcoates, grocer
(iii) John Alcock of Hull, grocer
Consideration: £20 paid by (ii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/284

Assignment (indent)  DBR/287  22 Feb. 1828

Contents:
Parties: (i) Charles Wilson of Sculcoates, gent.
(ii) William Johnson of Garden St., Myton, gent.
Consideration: £100
Property as in DBR/283

Abstract of title  DBR/288  1858

Contents:
The trustees under the will of William Johnson to property in Baleter St., citing 12 documents, 1816 - 50

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/289  30 Jan. 1858

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William McConkey of Hull, Independent Minister
b) Richard Preston of Hull, builder
c) Daniel Brown of Hull, clog manufacturer
(ii) William Chatham of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £195
Property: 350 sq. yds. of land and the tenements, 1-7 Vine Court, standing thereon

Memorandum  DBR/290  4 Dec. 1883

Contents:
Parties: (i) Daniel Brown of Hull, gent.
(ii) M.A. Cook of Swansea, Glam., widow
Consideration: £400
To be secured Nos. 1-7 Vine Court, the 11 deeds (1816-58) of which have been deposited with (ii)

Mortgage  DBR/291  6 Dec. 1892

Contents:
Parties: (i) Daniel Brown of Hull, gent.
(ii) H.N. Bobington of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £400
Property: 1-7 Vine Court

Memorandum  DBR/292  6 Dec. 1892

Contents:
Parties: (i) Daniel Brown of Hull, gent.
(ii) N.N. Bobington of Hull, gent.
That the 6 documents (1854 - 66) listed in the schedule have been deposited with (ii) as collateral security for the £400 in DBR/291
Endorsed with receipt for £200 repaid 13 Jan. 1899

Fire insurance policy with the Lancashire Insurance Co. and cover  DBR/293-4  8 Mar. 1898

Abstract of title  DBR/295  1903

Contents:
J.P. Chatham to property in Gibson St., citing 4 documents, 1858 - 99

Death certificates  DBR/296-7  n.d., late 19thc

Requisitions on title (draft and fair copy with answers)  DBR/298-9  1903

Agreement as to the payment of duties payable on the death of Daniel Brown by J.P. Chatham  DBR/300-1  15 May 1903

2 Copies

Conveyance (draft)  DBR/302  1903

Contents:
Parties: (i) H.N. Babington of Hull, solicitor
(ii) J.P. Chatham of Hull, solicitor
(iii) Hull, Barnsley and West Riding Junction Railway and Dock Co.
Considerations paid by (iii): £200 to (i) and £250 to (ii)
Property: 1-7 Vine Court, Gibson St

Schedule of 13 documents, relating to property in Gibson St  DBR/303  1816-1892

16 Gibson St. and 13-16 Vine Court  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(H. & B. ref. 723)

Appointment (indent)  DBR/304  7 Feb. 1818

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, iron founder
(ii) Thomas Briggs of Newington, labourer
(iii) George Parkin of Sculcoates, joiners
(iv) Joseph Dibb of Hull, brewer, trustee of (iii)
Consideration: £47 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: 226 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Bateler St

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/305  7 Feb. 1818

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Parkin of Sculcoates, builder
(iia) John Swinbank of Myton, gent.
b) Hannah Swinbank, his wife
Consideration: £200
Property: the land in DBR/304 and the five tenements thereon.
Term: 1000 years.
Rent: peppercorn
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%
Property: the land in DBR/304 and the five tenements thereon
Term: 1000 years.
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Bond in £400 for the payment of the same specified in DBR/305  DBR/306  7 Feb. 1818

Appointment (indent)  DBR/307  20 Nov. 1820

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Parkin of Sculcoates, builder
(iia) Arthur Maister, b) H.W. Maister, c) W.A. Archbell of Hull, merchants and co-partners
Consideration: £95
Property: property as in DBR/305 subject to mortgage DBR/305

Appointment (indent)  DBR/308  11 Ap. 1822

Contents:
Parties: (i) W.A. Archbell of Hull, merchant
(iia) Arthur Maister and b) H.W. Maister Of Hull, merchants and co-partners
Consideration: £98. 6s. 8d.
Property: 1/3 of that in DBR/307

Assignment (indent)  DBR/309  8 Sept. 1827

Contents:
Parties: (ia) John Swinbank of Myton, gent.
b) Hannah Ssinbank, his wife
(iia) Arthur Maister and b) H.W. Maister of Hull, merchants
Property and consideration as in DBR/307

Abstract of title  DBR/310  1848

Contents:
Rev. H. Maister to five messuages in Vine Court, citing 17 documents, 1818 - 48

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/311  13 Sept. 1848

Contents:
Parties: (i) Rev. Henry Maister of Stockton on Tees, clerk
(ii) C.D. Phillips of Hull, gent.
(iii) Horace Frost of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £145
Property as in DBR/305

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/312  24 June 1861

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Henry Vise of Hull, gent.
b) George Doyle of Molescroft, gent.
(ii) John Johnson of Hull, ship stower
Consideration: £230
Property as in DBR/305

Abstract and supplemental abstract of title  DBR/313-4  1905

Contents:
The devisees in trust of John Johnson to property in Vine Court, citing 5 documents 1861 - 1905

Declaration (draft)  DBR/315  21 Dec. 1905

Contents:
By Mrs. E. Turner, wife of William Turner of Hull, outfitter's manager as to her father John Johnson and his property

Conveyance (draft)  DBR/316  21 Dec. 1905

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Turner of Hull, outfitter's manager
(ii) Eleanor Turner, his wife
(iiia) Mosey Hought of Hull, provision dealer
b) Mosey Hought of Hull, gent.
Property: 124 sq. yds. 4 ft. on the N.W. side of Porter St. and the messuage thereon
The 226 sq. yds. of land on which 13 - 17 Vine Court, recently demolished, formerly stood

Covenant by George Whitfield of Hull, provision dealer and Mosey Hought of Newland, gent  DBR/317-8  1905

Contents:
To produce 2 documents (1905) to the Hull and Barnsley Rly., Co., 1905 (and draft)

Conveyance (draft)  DBR/319  1905

Contents:
Parties: (ia) George Whitfield of Hull, provision Merchant
b) Mosey Hought of Hull
(ii) Eleanor Turner of Hull
(iii) The Hull and Barnsley Rly. Co.
Consideration: £75
Property: 226 sq. yds. in Gibson St

Letter from Messrs. Leak, Till and Stephenson to Messrs. Moss, Lowe & Co. relating to the title  DBR/320  10 Nov. 1905

Plan showing Vine Court and adjacent properties  DBR/321  n.d

Schedule of 13 documents relating to the property  DBR/322  1818-1905

10, 12 and 14 Gibson St. and 1-8 Florence St  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(H. & B. ref. 726)

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/323-4  8, 9 Jan. 1812

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, ironfounder
(ii) George Parkin of Sculcoates, builder
(iii) Nathaniel Waddingham of Myton, gent., and trustee of (ii)
Consideration: £122
Property: 697 sq. yds. 2 ft. of land on the east side of Batler St. and the messuage erected and occupied by (ii)
Covenant for the production of 8 deeds 1762 - 1808, listed in schedule

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/325  5 Sept. 1812

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Parkin of Sculcoates, builder
(ii) Nathaniel Waddingham of Myton, gent.
(iii) John Dent of Winterton, Lincs., esq.
Consideration: £150 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/324
Term: 1000 years.
Rent: peppercorn
Proviso for redemption

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/326-7  7, 8 Ap. 1813

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Parkin of Sculcoates, builder
(ii) Nathaniel Waddingham of Myton, gent.
(iii) Thomas Briggs of Skidby, yeoman
(iv) John Noble of Sculcoates, joiner
Considerations paid by (iii): £165 paid to (i) and £150 retained to pay off the mortgage DBR/325
Property as in 324

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/328  21 Nov. 1814

Contents:
Parties: (i) Thomas Briggs of Sculcoates, yeoman
(ii) P.W. Watson of Cottingham, merchant
Consideration: £65
Property as in DBR/324
Term: 1000 years.
Rent: peppercorn
Proviso for redemption

Surrender (indent)  DBR/329  12 Feb. 1819

Contents:
Parties: (i) Jonathan Dent of Winterton, Lincs., gent.
(ii) George Parkin of Sculcoates, builder
(iii) Thomas Briggs of Newington House, yeoman
Consideration: £179 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/325

Surrender (indent)  DBR/330  12 Feb. 1819

Contents:
Parties: (i) P.W. Watson of Cottingham, merchant
(ii) Thomas Briggs of Sculcoates, yeoman
Consideration and property as in DBR/328

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/331-2  12, 13 Feb. 1819

Contents:
Parties: (i) Thomas Briggs of Newington House, yeoman
(ii) John Noble of Sculcoates, joiner
(iii) James Robson of Sculcoates, joiner
(iv) John Todd of Sculcoates, gent.
Consideration: £252 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: 697 sq. yds. 2 ft. of land and the six messuages thereon in Gibson St

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/333  15 Feb. 1819

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Robson of Sculcoates, joiner
(ii) Thomas Cross of Driffield, gent.
Consideration: £300
Property as in DBR/332
Proviso for redemption

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/334  15 Mar. 1819

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Robson of Sculcoates, joiner
(ii) John Vickerman of Bridlington, gent.
Consideration: £100
Property as in DBR/332
Proviso for redemption

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/335  7 Oct. 1831

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Robson of Sculcoates, joiner
(ii) Thomas Cross of Driffield, gent.
(iii) William Cross of Driffield, gent.
Consideration: £325. 13s. 0d. due to (ii) under mortgage DBR/333
Property: as in DBR/332 not subject to mortgage 335
Conveyance by (i) to (iii) in trust for (ii)

Surrender (indent)  DBR/336  25 July 1840

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Vickerman of Bridlington, gent.
(ii) Thomas Cross of Driffield, gent.
(iii) William Cross of Driffield, gent.
Consideration: £5
Property as in DBR/332

Abstract of title  DBR/337  1863

Contents:
Mary Dunn to property in Batler (als. Gibson)
St., citing 10 documents: 1819 - 52

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/338  18 May 1863

Contents:
Parties: (i) Mary Dunn of Hunmanby, spinster
(ii) William Pearson of Sculcoates, builder
Consideration: £225
Property as in DBR/332

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/339  18 June 1863

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Pearson of Hull, bricklayer
(ii) W.J. Reed of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £250
Property as in DBR/332
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Mortgage and assignment (indent)  DBR/340  6 July 1864

Contents:
Parties: (i) W.J. Reed of Hull, gent.
(ii) William Pearson of Hull, bricklayer
(iii) John Macmillan of Hull, surgeon
Considerations paid by (iii): £250 to (i) and £400 to (ii)
Property as in DBR/332 and 6 tenements recently erected by (ii) behind those already there
Endorsed with reconveyance, 24 Ap. 1867

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/341  26 Ap. 1867

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Pearson of Hull, builder
(ii) William Tulley of Hull, master mariner
Consideration: £850
Property as in DBR/340

Will (copy)  DBR/342  28 Nov. 1867

Contents:
Stephen Grey of Hull, steam tug owner and licenced victualler
Proved: 3 Feb. 1869

Purchase contract  DBR/343-4  26 July 1871

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Thomas Grey of Hull, engineer
b) Westmoreland Grey of West
Stockwith, Notts., fisherman
(ii) George Graham of Hull, innkeeper
Property as in DBR/340
Consideration: £740

Abstract of title  DBR/344  N.D

Contents:
Messrs. T. and W. Gray to property in Gibson St. and Florence Place, citing 16 documents, 1819-67

Death certificate for Hannah Gray, d. 10 Ap. 1871  DBR/345  1871

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/346  2 Oct. 1871

Contents:
Parties, consideration and property as in DBR/343

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/347  2 Oct. 1871

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Graham of Hull, innkeeper
(ii) Trustees (named) of the Alliance Benefit Building Society
Consideration: £600
Property as in DBR/340

Further Charge (indent)  DBR/348  30 Sept. 1872

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Graham of Hull, innkeeper
(ii) The Trustees of the Alliance Benefit Building Society
Consideration: £120
Property as in DBR/347

Purchase contract (printed form)  DBR/349  30 Dec. 1905

Contents:
Parties: (ia) J.S.K. Graham, widow
b) G.E. Graham, marine steward
c) G.W. Gray, commercial traveller; all of Hull
(ii) The Hull and Barnsley Rly. Co.
Property: 10, 12 and 14 Gibson St. and 1-8 Florence Place
Price: £500

Draft purchase contract  DBR/350  c.1900

Abstract of title  DBR/351  1906

Contents:
The devisees in trust of William Graham to property in Gibson St., citing 5 documents 1871 - 1905

Requisitions on title and replies  DBR/352  1906

Rough notes  DBR/353-4  n.d. early 20th c

Plan of Gibson St. and Florence Place property  DBR/355  n.d. early 20th c

Conveyance (draft)  DBR/356  1906

Contents:
Parties, property and consideration as in DBR/349

Schedule of 26 documents relating to Gibson St. property  DBR/357-8  1812-1906

2 Copies

38, 40 and 42 Gibson St  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(H. and B. ref.730)

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/359  31 Oct, 1865

Contents:
Parties: (i) Robert Ronge of Gt. Driffield, gent.
(ii) Joseph Chapman of Hull, hairdresser
Consideration: £260
Property: 496 sq. yds. on the east side of Gibson St. and the three messuages thereon as shown on plan

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/360  15 Oct. 1866

Contents:
Parties: (i) Joseph Chapman of Hull, hairdresser
(ii) Stephen Luke of Stoneferry, engineer
Consideration: £300
Property as in DBR/359
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/361  19 May 1876

Contents:
Parties: (i) Stephen Luke of Stoneferry, engineer
(ii) Joseph Chapman of Hull, hatter
(iii) Stephen Leathley of Hull, cooper
Considerations paid by (iii): £300 to (i) and £55 to (ii)
Property as in DBR/359

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/362  19 May 1876

Contents:
Parties: (i) Stephen Leathley of Hull, cooper
(ii) The Hull Third Alliance Mutual Permanent Benefit Building Society
Consideration: £360
Property as in DBR/359
Endorsed with receipt for full repayment, 18 Aug. 1879

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/363  19 Aug. 1879

Contents:
Parties: (i) Stephen Leathley of Hull, cooper
(ii) William Burton of Hull, butcher
(iii) John Bee of Hull, stationer
Consideration: £300 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/359

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/364  20 June 1882

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Bee of Hull, stationer
(ii) Stephen Leathley of Hull, cooper
Consideration and property as in DBR/363

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/365  21 June 1882

Contents:
Parties: (i) Stephen Leathley of Hull, cooper
(ii) East and West Sculcoates Liberal Permanent Benefit Building Society
Consideration: £400
Property as in DBR/359 as shown on plan
Endorsed with receipt for full repayment, 1 Nov. 1885

Particulars and conditions of sale  DBR/366  7 Oct. 1884

Contents:
To be sold by R.L. Stone
Property: Nos. 35, 37 and 39 Gibson St.
Purchase agreement:
By Richard Watson of 37 Gibson St.
Price £401

Abstract of Title  DBR/367  1884

Contents:
Stephen Leathley to property in Gibson St., citing 8 documents, 1865 - 82

Requisitions on title, and replies thereto 21 Oct. 1884  DBR/368  17 Oct. 1884

Conveyance  DBR/369  3 Nov. 1884

Contents:
Parties: (i) Stephen Leathley of Hull, cooper
(ii) Richard Watson of Hull, cooper
Consideration: £401
Property: as in DBR/366

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/370  4 Nov. 1884

Contents:
Parties: (i) Richard Watson of Hull, cooper
(ii) The Kingston upon Hull Conservative Permanent Building Society
Consideration: £401
Property as in DBR/359
Endorsed with receipt for full repayment 3 Aug. 1900

The rules of the Kingston upon Hull Conservative Permanent Building Society  DBR/371  n.d

Fire insurance policy with the Yorkshire Fire and Life Insurance Co  DBR/372  n.d

Extract from the Minutes of the Kingston upon Hull Conservative Permanent Building Society as to the redemption of Watson's mortgage  DBR/373  2 Aug. 1900

Mortgage  DBR/374  3 Aug. 1900

Contents:
Parties: (i) Richard Watson of Hull, cooper
(ii) G.W. Lance of Driffield, provision merchant
Consideration: £275
Property as in DBR/366

Further charge  DBR/375  4 Aug. 1904

Contents:
Parties and property as in DBR/374
Consideration: £375

Purchase contract  DBR/376  2 Feb. 1906

Contents:
Parties: (i) Richard Watson of Hull, cooper
(ii) The Hull and Barnsley Rly. Co.
Price: £375
Property: 38, 40 and 42 (formerly 35, 37 and 39) Gibson St

Abstract of title  DBR/377  1905

Contents:
Richard Watson to Gibson St. property, citing 5 documents, 1884 - 1904

Requisitions on title, 14 Feb. 1906, and replies thereto, 19 Feb. 1906, and draft  DBR/378-9  1906

Conveyance (draft)  DBR/380  1906

Contents:
Parties: (i) G.W. Lance of Driffield, provision merchant
(ii) Richard Watson of Hull, cooper
(iii) The Hull and Barnsley Rly. Co.
Considerations paid by (iii): £275 to (i) and £100 to (ii)
Property as in DBR/376

44-54 (evens) Gibson St. and the 16 tenements in Providence Terrace, behind  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(H. & B. ref. 744)

The Northern portion  [no ref. or date]

Appointment (indent)  DBR/381  26 Feb. 1817

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, iron founder
(ii) Joseph Dibb of Sculcoates, brewer
(iii) George Parkin of Sculcoates, joiner, trustee of (ii)
Consideration: £179. 17s.
Property: 608 sq. yds. and 2078 sq. yds. on the east side of Gibson St

Lease and release (copies)  DBR/382-3  10, 11 Aug. 1826

Contents:
Parties: (i) Joseph Dibb of Sculcoates, gent.
(ii) Thomas Dibb of Thirtleby, farmer
(iii) Joseph Dibb of Hull, common brewer
(iv) Emanuel Dibb of Hull, common brewer
(v) Thomas White of Hull, grocer
Consideration: £1400 retained by (iii) to pay off mortgages and £300 retained by (iii) to be paid as specified
Conveyance by (i) - (iv) to (v)
Property: a messuage and brewery etc. in the north side of Mill St., Myton occupied by (iii) and (iv)
The Talbot Inn in Scale Lane
The Sloop Tavern in Bishop Lane
A messuage in English St., Myton garden land in Gibson St. Sculcoates
To be held subject to mortgages of £500, £200, £300, £300 and £100 to the use of (iv) subject to a life annuity of £30 payable to (i)

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/384-5  12, 13 Nov. 1827

Contents:
Parties: (i) Joseph Dibb of Sculcoates, gent.
(ii) John Hobson of Leven, grocer
(iii) Emanuel Dibb of Myton, common brewer
(iv) Thomas White of Hull, grocer
(v) John James of Hull, brewer
Considerations paid by (iii): £100 to (ii) and £180 to (i)
Property: 2078 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Gibson St

Will (copy)  DBR/386  17 Dec. 1838

Contents:
Emanuel Dibb of Myton, common brewer
Proved 29 July 1839

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/387  22 Aug. 1862

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Joseph Newham of Hull, merchant
b) W.R. Todd of Hull, turpentine distiller
(ii) Margaret Dibb of Hull, widow
(iiia) C.E. Dibb, merchant of Hon
b) W.T. Dibb, brewer of Hull
c) Jane Dibb, spinster of Hull
d) Rev. Ashton Dibb of Tinnpelley, Madras, India, clerk.
(e) George Lawson of Hull, steam packet agent.
f) Mary Elizabeth Lawson, his wife
g) Edward Dibb of Hull, book-keeper
(iva) Robert Sergeant of Brigg, Lincs., bricklayer and farmer
b) Thomas Spurr of Hull, solicitor
Consideration: £147. 10s. 0d.
Property: a piece of land on the east side of Gibson St

Certificate  DBR/388  22 Aug. 1862

Contents:
By the Commissions for taking acknowledgements of deeds by married women
With respect to M.E. Lawson in 387

Certificates  DBR/389  8 Sept. 1862

Contents:
Of search in the Beverley Deeds Registry and the Common Pleas Office (pinned together)

Death certificate of Samuel Tomatin, d. 31 July 1845  DBR/390  1845

Abstract of title  DBR/391  1862

Contents:
Thomas Spurr and Robert Sergeant to land etc. in Gibson St., citing 4 documents, 1838

Declaration  DBR/392  3 Sept. 1862

Contents:
By: a) Ann Ashton of Hull, widow
b) Elizabeth Mould of Hull, wife of William Mould, shoemaker
As to the Dibb family

Declaration  DBR/393  4 Sept. 1862

Contents:
By: Margaret Dibb of Hull, widow
The Dibb family and property

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/394  9 Sept. 1862

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Robert Sergeant of Brigg, Lincs., bricklayer and farmer
b) Thomas Spurr of Hull, solicitor
(ii) William Lawton of Hull, merchant
Consideration: £776
Property: 2 front messuages in Gibson St. and the eight tenements behind in Providence Place
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/395  13 Jan. 1865

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Lawton of Hull, merchant
(iia) Charles Miller of Hull, merchants clerk
b) Maria Platts of Hull, widow
(iii) W.G. Brameld of Hull, cordial manufacturer
Considerations paid by (iii): £776 to (i) and £224 to (ii)
Property as in DBR/394

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/396  14 Jan. 1865

Contents:
Parties: (i) W.G. Brameld of Hull, cordial manufacturer
(ii) The Trustees (named) of the Independent Benefit Building Society
Consideration: £990
Property as in DBR/395
Endorsed with receipt for full repayment, 27 July 1872

Fire insurance policy and cover with the North British and Mercantile Insurance Co  DBR/397-8  26 Oct. 1865

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/399  24 June 1867

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Brameld of Hull, cordial manufacturer
(ii) James Screeton of Hull, bookbinder
Consideration: £150
Property in DBR/395 subject to mortgage DBR/396

Supplemental abstract of title  DBR/400  1872

Contents:
James Screeton to Gibson St., property, citing 4 documents, 1862-7

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/401  27 July 1872

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Screeton of Hull, bookbinder
(ii) G.W. Smith of Hull, plumber
Consideration: £1060
Property as in DBR/395

Letter from W.N. Lewendon to Messrs. Thompson & Cook certifying that Mr. Smith's property in Gibson St. is good security for £900  DBR/402  27 July, 1872

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/403  29 July, 1872

Contents:
Parties: (i) G.W. Smith of Hull, plumber
(ii) J.F. Smith of Hull, plumber
(iii) Joseph Sykes of Brighton, Sussex, gent.
Consideration: £900
Property as in DBR/395
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

The central portion  [no ref. or date]

Copy of DBR/381  DBR/404  c.1817

Copies of DBR/382-3  DBR/405-6  c.1826

Copies of DBR/384-5  DBR/407-8  c.1827

Copy of DBR/386  DBR/409  c.1858

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/410  22 Aug. 1862

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Joseph Newham of Hull, merchant
b) W.P. Todd of Hull, turpentine distiller
(ii) Margaret Dibb of Hull, widow
(iiia) C.E. Dibb, merchant of Hull
b) W.T. Dibb, brewer of Hull
c) Jane Dibb, spinster of Hull
d) Rev. Ashton Dibb, of Tipneyvelley, Madras, India, clerk
e) George Lawson of Hull, steam packet agent
f) Mary Elizabeth Lawson, his wife
g) Edward Dibb of Hull, book-keeper
(iva) Robert Sergeant of Brigg, Lincs., bricklayer and farmer
b) Thomas Spurr of Hull, solicitor
Consideration: £147. 10s. 0d.
Property: land on the east side of Gibson St. south of that in DBR/387

Certificate  DBR/411  22 Aug. 1862

Contents:
By the Commissioners for taking acknowledgements of deeds by married women
With respect to Mary Elizabeth Lawson in 410

Abstract of title  DBR/412  1862

Contents:
Thomas Spurr and Robert Sergeant to Gibson St., property citing 5 documents, 1838 - 62

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/413  13 Oct. 1862

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Robert Sergeant of Brigg, Lincs., bricklayer and farmer
b) Thomas Spurr of Hull, solicitor
(iia) Thomas Cook of Hull, gent.
b) Benjamin Bedell of Bristol, gent.
Consideration: £800
Property: 620 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Gibson St. (as shown on plan) and the tree front messuages and 8 tenements behind in Providence Place thereon
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Receipt  DBR/414  20 Dec. 1862

Contents:
By Messrs. Book and Bedell
To Messrs. Sergeant and Spurr
The 10 documents listed in schedule

Receipts for the money to be advanced in DBR/412  DBR/415  n.d

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/416  11 March 1863

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Robert Sergeant of Brigg, Lincs., bricklayer and farmer
b) Thomas Spurr of Hull, solicitor
(iia) Charles Miller of Hull, merchants clerk
(iii) Maria Platts, widow of William Platts of Hull, widow
Consideration: £524 paid by (ii) to (i)
Property: on the east side of Gibson St. 620 sq. yds. of land with the two front messuages and eight tenements behind in Providence Place recently erected by (i) thereon
620 sq. yds. of land with the three front messuages and eight tenements in Providence Place recently erected thereon by (i) subject to the mortgages DBR/394 and 412

Abstract of title  DBR/417  1869

Contents:
Property in Gibson St., citing 6 documents, 1838 - 63

Conveyance (indent and copy)  DBR/418-9  9 Mar. 1869

Contents:
Parties: (i) Maria Platts of Hull, widow
(ii) Charles Miller of Hull, merchants clerk
(iiia) Henry Cook of Hull, gent.
b) Benjamin Bedell of Bristol, gent.
(iv) W.N. Lewendon of Hull, attorneys clerk
Consideration: £100 paid by (iv) to (i)
Property: three front messuages on the east side of Gibson St. and Nos. 9 - 16 Providence Place behind them subject to mortgage DBR/412

Further mortgage (indent)  DBR/420  10 Mar. 1869

Contents:
Parties: (i) W.N. Lewendon of Hull, attorney's clerk
(ii) Rev. C. Cook of Swansea, Glam., clerk
Consideration: £120
Property: as in 418 subject to mortgage DBR/412
315 sq. yds. on the south side of Anlaby Rd. and the messuage thereon
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Notice  DBR/421  10 Mar. 1869

Contents:
By Rev. C. Cooke
To Henry Cook, Benjamin Bedell and Thomas
Thompson
Of the mortgage DBR/420

Conveyance (indent and copy)  DBR/422-3  29 May 1871

Contents:
Parties: (i) W.N. Lewendon of Hull, attorney's clerk
(ii) G.W. Smith of Hull, plumber and glazier
Consideration: £80
Property as in DBR/418 subject to mortgages 412 and DBR/420

The southern portion  [no ref. or date]

Apportionment (indent)  DBR/424  14 Aug. 1813

Contents:
Parties: (i) Ann Dibb, wife of Joseph Dibb of Myton, common brewer
(ii) Duncan Campbell of Sculcoates, iron founder
(iii) John Todd of Sculcoates, iron founder
Consideration: £150
Property: 285 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Gibson St. and the messuage thereon

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/425  31 March 1873

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Johnston of Hull, hosier
b) Milson Rhodes of Manchester, commission agent
(ii) William Hammond of Hull, mat and bag merchant
Consideration: £155
Property: a messuage on the east side of Gibson St.
Covenant for the production of 5 deeds, 1834-63 listed in schedule

Abstract and supplemental abstract of title  DBR/426-7  1881

Contents:
Eliza Hewitt as mortgagee to property in Gibson St., citing 10 documents 1818 - 81

Conveyance  DBR/428  14 Dec. 1881

Contents:
Parties: (i) Eliza Hewitt of Hull, widow
(ii) J.F. Smith of Hull, plumber
Consideration: £245
Property: a messuage on the east side of Gibson St

Transfer of Mortgage  DBR/429  24 Mar. 1884

Contents:
Parties: (ia) John Cook of Hull, gents.
H.L. Babington of Hull, gents.
John Thrussel of Hull, glass merchant
Consideration: £150
Property: a house on the east side of Gibson St

The property as a whole  [no ref. or date]

Declaration  DBR/430  29 July 1872

Contents:
By: C.R. Codd of Hull, gent.
As to the appointment of the trustees of the Independent Benefit Building Society

Fire insurance policy with the London, Liverpool and Globe Insurance Co  DBR/431  10 Aug. 1872

Will (copy)  DBR/432  31 July 1860

Contents:
Charles Cook of Swansea, Glam., clerk
Proved 6 Feb. 1877

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/433  19 Nov. 1883

Contents:
Parties: (i) G.W. Smith of Hull, plumbers and (ii) J.F. Smith of Hull, plumbers
Recital: that DBR/401(1) acted as trustee of (ii)
Property as in DBR/401

Transfer of mortgage (abstract)  DBR/434  27 Feb. 1884

Contents:
Parties: (i) H.T.S. Campion of Langham Chambers, Portland Place, Middx., artist
(iia) John Cook of Hull, gent.
b) H.V. Babington of Hull, gent
Consideration: £1150
Properties: various, not specified

Transfer of Mortgage (copy)  DBR/435  1 Dec. 1884

Contents:
Parties: (i) Rebecca Thrussel of Hull, widow
(iia) Thomas Spurr of Hull, solicitor
b) Henry Cook of Hull, house agent
Recitals: a) Mortgage 2 Mar. 1870
Parties: (i) Joseph Robinson
(iia) Henry Cook
b) John Thrussell
c) Rev. C. Cook
d) George Rayner
Consideration: £700
Property: 600 sq. yds. on the east side of Vauxhall Grove, Hessle Rd. and the 12 messuages thereon.
b) Mortgage 9 Aug. 1877
Parties: (i) Thomas Hardy
(iia) Henry Cook
b) John Thrussell
Consideration: £400
Property: 6 acres, 3 roods, 23 perches, forming a brick yard in Withernsea 1 acre 2½ perches in Withernsea and the two messuages thereon
c) Mortgage: 13 Jan. 1881
Parties: (i) W.H. Welsted
(ii) John Thrussell
Consideration: £100
Property: 582½ sq. yds. on the west side of Harrow St. and the two messuages and seven tenements thereon.
d) Mortgage DBR/434
e) Mortgage 20 Jun 1883
Parties: (i) The Newington Co-operative Steam Laundry Co. Ltd.
(iia) J.R.W. Eldridge
b) John Cook
(iii) John Thrussel
Consideration: £300
Property: Plots Nos. 124-5 on the east side of Edinburgh St. (445 sq. yds.)
f) Mortgage 29 Aug. 1883
Parties: (i) J.C. Cook
(ii) John Thrussell
Consideration: £50
Property: all his real and personal property.
g) Mortgage 23 Oct. 1883
Parties: (i) Edward Shaw
(ii) John Thrussel
Consideration: £260
Property: 2 roods, 14 perches in Elloughton and the three messuages and a butcher's shop thereon 86 sq. yds. of land in Elloughton and the stable thereon
h) Mortgage 29 Oct. 1883
Parties: (i) George Kelsey
(ii) John Thrussel
Consideration: £750
Property: a water corn mill in London St. (Formerly St. Helens Gate), Pocklington, an adjacent saw mill and their dam, etc. a messuage adjacent to the mill, and a work shop in London St.
Assignment by (i) to (ii) of her interest in the recited mortgages

Reconveyance  DBR/436  16 Aug. 1888

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Thomas Cook of Hull, gent.
b) Thomas Spurr of Hull, gent.
(ii) John F. Smith of Hull, plumber
Consideration: £150
Property as in DBR/434

Mortgage  DBR/437  3 Jan. 1890

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.F. Smith of Hull, plumber
(ii) H.N. Babington of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £300
Property: a) a messuage in Gibson St.
b) a coach-house in Chapel St

Transfer of Mortgage  DBR/438  2 Jan. 1895

Contents:
Parties: (i) H.N. Babington of Hull, gent.
(ii) E.C. Arnold, wife of William Arnold of Manchester, merchant
Consideration and property as in DBR/437

Mortgage (copy)  DBR/439  27 Jan. 1896

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Ann Smith of Hull, widow
b) John Travis Cook of Hull, solicitor
c) J.W. Harrison of Hull, solicitor's clerk
(ii) Ann Smith
(iiia) Ada Smith
b) J.M. Dodsworth
(iv) J.J. Thorney of Hull, solicitor
Consideration: £600 paid by (iv) to (ii) and (iii)
Property: 88 and 90 Spring St.
13, 15, 17, 19 and 21, 32 and 38
Pease St.
2 - 7 Victoria Terrace
18 Wilberforce St.
24 - 38 South Parade
2 Tremayne Terrace, Anlaby Rd.
A warehouse in Chapel St.
14 Albert Terrace
44, 46, 48 50, 52 and 54 Gibson St.
10, 12, 14, 16 - 19, 21, 21½ St. Luke St.
2 houses being erected in Edinburgh St.
Subject to incumbrances of £9125.
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Will (abstract)  DBR/440  21 June 1888

Contents:
J.J. Thorney
Proved, 10 Ap. 1879

Transfer of mortgage  DBR/441  16 Ap. 1898

Contents:
Parties: (i) Benjamin Bedell of Bristol, gent.
(iia) H.N. Babington of Hull, gent.
b) G.M. Babington, his wife
Consideration: £800
Property as in DBR/412

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/442  26 Ap. 1898

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Myra Thorney of Hull, widow
b) Alfred Crosskill of Beverley, gent.
c) W.B. Burkinshaw of Hull, accountant
(ii) M.A. Cook of Swansea, widow
(iii) G.W. Smith of Hull, plumber
(iv) E.C. Arnold, wife of William Arnold of Manchester, merchant.
(v) Ann Smith, widow
b) John Travis-Cook, solicitor
c) John William Harrison, solicitor's clerk
(vi) M.E. Isaac of Hull, spinster
Considerations paid by (vi): £150 to (i), £300 to (iv) and £50 to (v)
Property: 6 messuages in Gibson St. and 16 tenements in Providence Place

Mortgage  DBR/443  27 Ap. 1898

Contents:
Parties: (i) M.E. Isaac of Hull, spinster
(ii) H.N. Babington of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £200
Property as in DBR/442 subject to mortgages 412 and 403

Charge  DBR/444  28 Sept. 1905

Contents:
By B.C. Isaac of Hull, commercial traveller
To: Myer Wolf of Hull, financier
Sum due: £400
Property: 52 and 54 Gibson St. and 1 - 8 Providence Place

Purchase contracts (and 2 drafts)  DBR/445-7  17 July 1906

Contents:
Parties: (i) B.C. Isaac of Hull
(ii) The Hull and Barnesley Rly Co.
Consideration: £2100
Property: 44, 46, 48, 50, 52 and 54 Gibson St., and 16 tenements in Providence Terrace

Abstract of title  DBR/448  1906

Contents:
B.C. Isaac to property on the east side of Gibson St., citing 23 documents, 1862 - 1901

Requisitions on title (and draft)  DBR/449-50  1906

Rough notes on title  DBR/451-2  n.d., c.1906

Conveyance (draft)  DBR/453  1906

Contents:
Parties: (i) S.M. Sykes, widow
(iia) H.N. Babington of Hull, gent.
b) G.M. Babington, his wife
(iii) H.N. Babington, of Hull, gent.
(iv) B.C. Isaac of Hull, commercial traveller
(v) Myer Wolfe of Hull, financier
(vi) Hull and Barnsley Rly. Co.
Considerations paid by (vi): £900 to (i), £300 to (iia), £500 to (iib), £200 to (iii), £50 to (v) and £150 to (iv)
Property as in DBR/447

5 messuages on the east side of Gibson St  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(H. & B. ref 793)

Abstract of title  DBR/454  N.D

Contents:
John Todd to two closes in Sculcoates, citing 10 documents, 1720 - 1808.
Endorsed with covenant for the production of the recited deeds, 4 June 1831
By John Todd
To Charles Witty of Sculcoates, joiner

Fire insurance policy with the Manchester Fire and Life Assurance Co., and prospectus cover  DBR/455-6  10 Dec. 1830

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/457-8  3, 4 June 1831

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Wright St., gent.
(ii) Charles Witty of Sculcoates, joiner
(iii) Abraham Stickley of Sculcoates, patternmaker
Consideration: £150
Property: 328 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Bateler St. and the messuage thereon

Mortgage by Appointment (indent)  DBR/459  6 June 1831

Contents:
Parties: (i) Charles Witty of Sculcoates, joiner
(ii) John Atkinson of Bishop Burton, tailor
Consideration: £200
Property as in DBR/258
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Fire insurance policies with the Manchester Fire and Life Assurance Co., 10 Dec. 1830 and 27 Jan. 1832 and prospectus covers  DBR/460-1  1830-1832

Bond in £200  DBR/462  20 May 1833

Contents:
By Charles Witty of Bateler St., joiner
To John Atkinson of Bishop Burton, tailor to pay £100

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/463  21 Oct. 1851

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Atkinson of Bishop Burton, tailor
(iia) William Jowsey of Hull, joiners
b) W.C. Senior of Hull, joiners
(iii) E.C. Bell of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £175
Property: the land in DBR/459 and the four messuages thereon

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/464  12 Jan. 1852

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Jowsey of Hull, joiners
b) W.C. Senior of Hull, joiners
(ii) John Atkinson of Bishop Burton, tailor
Consideration: £215
Property as in DBR/463
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%
Endorsed with transfer of mortgage 3 May 1873
Parties: (ia) Charles Cliff of Beverley, gent.
b) John Gray of Bishop Burton, tailor
(ii) George Doyle of Molescroft, gent.
Consideration: £200

Schedule of 6 documents 1831 - 52, relating to the property of Messrs. Jowsey and Senior and deposited with John Atkinson to secure £115  DBR/465  27 Jan. 1852

Schedule of 7 documents, 1831 - 52 relating to the property of Messrs. Jowsey and Senior and deposited with John Atkinson to secure £215  DBR/466  31 Mar. 1852

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/467  n.d., c.1852

Contents:
Parties: (ia) W. Jowsey of Hull, builders
b) W.C. Senior of Hull, builders
(ii) J.H. Holthouse of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £80
Property: the land in DBR/458 and the 6 messuages thereon subject to mortgage DBR/464

Fire insurance policy with the Phoenix Assurance Co  DBR/468  28 July 1865

Schedule of 7 documents, in the transfer of mortgage DBR/464  DBR/469-70  1831-1873

2 Drafts

Abstract of title  DBR/471  1885

Contents:
E.M. Heseltine to property in Gibson St. citing 3 documents, 1858 - 66

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/472  16 June 1885

Contents:
Parties: (i) E.M. Heseltine of Hull, clerk in Trinity House
(ii) H.B. Holthouse of Hull, chemist
Consideration: £105
Property as in DBR/467 subject to the mortgage 464

Agreement  DBR/473  16 June 1885

Contents:
Parties: (i) E.M. Heseltine of Hull, clerk in Trinity House
(ii) H.B. Holthouse of Hull, chemist
Covenant for the production of a deed of 1866

Will (abstract)  DBR/474  24 Feb. 1894

Contents:
George Doyle of Molescroft, gent

Transfer of mortgage (indent)  DBR/475  8 Oct. 1895

Contents:
Parties: (i) F.P. Tindall of Hull, bank cashier
(ii) H.B. Holthouse of Nottingham, chemist
(iii) T.B. Campbell of Hull, ironmonger
Consideration paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: 328 sq. yds. of land in Gibson St. and 8 Gibson St. and 1-4 Witty Sq.
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Purchase contract  DBR/476  16 Nov. 1908

Contents:
Parties: (i) H.B. Holthouse of West Bridgeford, Notts.
(ii) The Hull and Barnsley Rly. Co.
Property: Witty's Sq., Gibson St.
Consideration: £230
Correspondence on the negotiations for the contract

Supplemental abstracts of title  DBR/477-8  1908

Contents:
H.B. Holthouse to property in Gibson St., citing 2 documents, 1873 and 1875

Requisitions on title (and draft), 9 Jan. 1909 and replies thereto 12 Jan. 1909  DBR/479-80  1909

Conveyance (draft)  DBR/481  1909

Contents:
Parties: (i) T.B. Campbell of Hull, ironmonger
(ii) H.B. Holthouse of Nottingham, chemist
(iii) Hull and Barnsley Rly. Co.
Considerations paid by (iii): £200 to (i) and £30 to (ii)
Property as in DBR/475

36 Gibson St. and 1 - 3 Julia's Place  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(H. & B. Ref. 803)

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/482  7 July 1807

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, ironfounder
(ii) Joseph Eglin of Sculcoates, gent.
(iiia) William Osbourne of Sculcoates, esq.,
b) Henry Thompson of Sculcoates, merchant, assignees in the bankruptcy of Michael Gibson of Sculcoates, stone mason, dealer and chapman
(iv) Michael Mason
(v) Joseph Makins of Gainsborough, Lincs., gent.
(vi) W.B. Day of Sculcoates, merchant
(vii) Edward Skinner of Sculcoates, builder
Consideration: £45. 10s. 0d. paid by (v) to (i)
Property: 511 sq. yds. of land and the four messuages thereon in the east side of Gibson St

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/483  7 Feb. 1820

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Joseph Makins of Gainsborough, Lincs., gent.
b) W.B. Day of Myton, merchant
(ii) Michael Robinson of Hull, pilot
Consideration: £100
Property as in DBR/482
Term: 500 years
Rent: peppercorn
Proviso for redemption
Receipt for repayment, 4 Nov. 1829, attached

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/484  16, 17 June 1840

Contents:
Parties: (i) Mary Makins of Myton, widow
(ii) Elizabeth Makins of Myton, spinster
(iii) W.B. Day of Myton, wine merchant
(iv) J.A. Jackson of Myton, gent.
Consideration: £90 paid by (iv) to (i) and (ii)
Property: 511 sq. yds. of land and the three tenements thereon in Gibson St.
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Declaration  DBR/485  19 Aug. 1842

Contents:
By Mary Makins of Hull, widow as to her family

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/486  20 Dec. 1847

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.A. Jackson of Hull, gent.
(ii) John Arnold of Gainsborough, Lincs., shipbuilder
(iii) William Burton of Hull, whitesmith
Consideration, paid by (ii) to (i) and property as in DBR/484

Abstract of title  DBR/487  1865

Contents:
John Arnold to property in Gibson St., citing 9 documents, 1807 - 47

Fire insurance policy with the Liverpool, and London and Globe Insurance Co., 14 Nov. 1865, and premium receipt, 9 Oct. 1866  DBR/488-9  1865-1866

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/490  31 Dec. 1866

Contents:
Parties: (ia) H.E. Smith of Ashby de la Zouch, Lincs., esq.
b) John Hawsworth of Gainsborough, Lincs., painter
(ii) William Ellwood of Hull, boiler maker
Consideration: £325
Property as in DBR/482

Tenancy agreement  DBR/491  1 Ap. 1867

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Ellwood of Hull, licenced victualler
(ii) William Bennett of Hull, sawyer
Property: 2 tenements and a beer shop in Gibson St.
Rent: £24. 10s. 0d

Conditions of sale and purchase contract  DBR/492  24 June 1867

Contents:
Purchaser: J.E. Jackson of Hull, publican
Property: 19 Gibson St. and the three tenements behind
Price: £340

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/493  1 Aug 1867

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Ellwood of Hull, innkeeper
(ii) J.E. Jackson of Hull, innkeeper
Consideration and property as in DBR/492

Agreement by William Ellwood to pay taxes up on the Gibson St. property up to 1 Aug  DBR/494  1867

Agreement  DBR/495  23 Aug. 1871

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.E. Jackson of Hull, licenced victualler
(ii) Joseph Chapman of Hull, hairdresser (i) to allow (ii) to make a gateway from his premises into his rood between their two premises and use the road to the public street
Rent: 6d

Purchase contract  DBR/496  28 May 1909

Contents:
Parties: (i) H.E.G. Jackson
(ii) Hull and Barnsley Rly Co.
Price: £230
Property: 36 Gibson St. and 1-3 Julias Terrace

Certificates for the payment of estate duty on the deaths of J.E. Jackson, 17 June 1909, and Eliza Jackson, 29 Sept. 1909  DBR/497-8  1909

Abstract of title  DBR/499  1909

Contents:
The Executors of Eliza Jackson to Gibson St., property, citing 5 documents, 1867 - 1909

Requisitions on title, 7 June 1909 (and draft) and replies thereto (10 June 1909), with account of lettings and outgoings attached  DBR/500-1  1909

Letter from Turnbull & Sons of Scarborough to Thomas Morby of Hull as to the collection of rents and payment of rates  DBR/502  21 June 1909

Conveyance (draft)  DBR/503  1909

Contents:
Parties: (i) H.E.G. Jackson of Scarborough, spinster
(ii) E.H. Jackson of Northallerton, bookseller and stationer
Consideration and property as in DBR/496

28, 30, 32, 34 Gibson St  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(H. & B. Ref. 914)

Statutory declaration  DBR/504  16 Aug. 1843

Contents:
By John Bolton of Ardenside, North Riding, farmer
As to his wife and family

Purchase contract  DBR/505  22 Mar. 1865

Contents:
Parties: (i) Robert Tonge of G.C. Driffield, gent.
(ii) William Pearson of Hull, builder
Consideration: £340
Property: 902 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Gibson St. and the house thereon

Abstract of title  DBR/506  1865

Contents:
Robert Tonge to Gibson St., property, citing 5 documents, 1843 - 4

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/507  12 Ap. 1865

Contents:
Parties, consideration and property as in DBR/505

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/508  12 Ap. 1865

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Pearson of Hull, builder
(ii) Elizabeth Kirk of Driffield, widow
Consideration: £300
Property as in DBR/505
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Will (copy)  DBR/509  10 May 1865

Contents:
Elizabeth Kirk of G.I. Driffield, widow
Proved 30 June 1866

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/510  9 Mar. 1867

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Pearson of Hull, builder
(ii) G.G. Anderson of Hull, fish curer
Consideration: £150
Property as in DBR/505 subject to mortgage 508

Appointment  DBR/511  11 Mar. 1868

Contents:
George Kidd of Hull, seed crusher as assignee of the property of G.G. Anderson of Hull, herring curer, bankrupt

Conveyance  DBR/512  15 June 1868

Contents:
Parties: (i) S.G. Kidd of Hull, seed crusher
(ii) Thomas Thacker of Hull, saw manufacturer
Consideration: £65
Property as in DBR/505

Transfer of mortgage (indent)  DBR/513  31 May 1872

Contents:
Parties: (ia) John Chambers of Hilderthorpe, Bridlington, gent.
b) Elizabeth Chambers, his wife
(ii) Thomas Hodgson of Gt. Driffield, gent.
(iiia) John Hobsen of Hilderthorpe, butcher
b) Elizabeth Baker Hobson, his wife, daughter of (i)
Consideration: love and affection (i) to (ib)
Property as in DBR/505

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/514  30 Aug. 1875

Contents:
Parties: (ia) John Hobson of Hilderthorpe, Bridlington, butcher.
b) E.B. Hobson, his wife.
(ii) Thomas Thacker of Hull, saw manufacturer
Consideration: £300
Property as in DBR/505

The rules of The Third Peoples Building Society  DBR/515  1875

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/516  4 Nov. 1875

Contents:
Parties: (i) Thomas Thacker of Hull, saw manufacturer
(ii) The Third Peoples Building Society
Consideration: £360
Property as in DBR/505
Endorsed with receipt for repayment, 26 Ap. 1881

Further charge  DBR/517  26 July 1878

Contents:
Parties and property as in DBR/516
Consideration: £240
Endorsed with receipt for repayment, 26 Ap. 1881

Abstract of title  DBR/518  1887

Contents:
Thomas Thacker to Gibson St. property, citing 11 documents, 1865 - 81

Agreement  DBR/519  4 Ap. 1881

Contents:
By: M. Thompson, T. Tinsley and Sam Walker
To: Thomas Thacker
To lend £1200 on the security of 6 messuages in Gibson St

Minute Extract  DBR/520  13 Ap. 1881

Contents:
Of the 3rd Peoples Benefit Building Society T. Thacker to be allowed to redeem his mortgage

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/521  26 Ap. 1881

Contents:
Parties: (i) Thomas Thacker of Hull, saw manufacturer
(iia) William Thompson of Hull, engineer
b) W.S. Tinsley of Hull, ship chandler
c) Samuel Walker of Hull
Consideration: £1200
Property: as in DBR/505 with the buildings recently erected thereon
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%
Endorsed transfer 1 May 1890
Parties: (i) (ii) in the mortgage
(iia) Samuel Walker
b) David Lickiss of Hull, joiner
c) Edwin Ombler of Hull, printer
Recital that (ii) have become entitled to the money secured
Assignment by (i) to (ii) of their interest in the property
Endorsed transfer 14 Aug. 1894
Parties: (i) (ii) in the above transfer
(ii) The trustees (named) of the St. James Lodge (No.1621) of the Manchester Unity of Odd Fellows Friendly Society
Recital: (ii) are entitled to the money secured
Assignment by (i) to (ii) of their interest in the property

Minute extract  DBR/522  24 Oct. 1889

Contents:
Of the St. James Lodge
Demanding the repayment of £200 secured by the mortgage DBR/521

Notice of second mortgage  DBR/523  29 Dec. 1887

Contents:
By Thomas Locking
To Messrs. Thompson, Tinsley and Walker that £450 lent by Rebecca Rigg of Cottingham, widow, has been secured on the property in DBR/521

Notice  DBR/524  12 May 1890

Contents:
By the solicitors of the mortgagees in DBR/521
To the tenants of the property in 521 to pay the rent to the receiver appointed by the mortgagees

Schedule of 21 title deeds relating to the Gibson St. property  DBR/525-6  1843-90

2 Copies

Lease (indent)  DBR/527  15 June 1895

Contents:
Parties: (i) The Trustees of the St. James Lodge (No.1621) of the Manchester Unity of Odd Fellows Friendly Society
(ii) Percival Lawson of Hull, tallow refiner
Property: a boiler house and yard in Gibson St.
Term: 5 years.
Rent: £28

Notice that the mortgage in DBR/522 had been assigned to J.J. Woodhouse  DBR/528  18 May 1896

Notice that the mortgage in DBR/522 had been assigned to J.J. Woodhouse  DBR/529  18 May 1896

Notice that a mortgage of the property in DBR/521 dated 1892 to secure £500 to John Craggy had been assigned to the York City and County Banking Co  DBR/529  20 May 1896

Cover for DBR/528-9  DBR/530  n.d

Fire insurance policy with the Yorkshire Insurance Co., 25 Dec. 1812 with detailed description and plan of the property and premium receipt  DBR/531  9 Jan. 1914

File of letters relating to negotiations for the sale of the property to the Rly. Co  DBR/532  1908-1914

Purchase contract  DBR/533  29 June 1914

Contents:
Parties: (i) The Trustees of the St. James Lodge M.U.O.F.
(ii) The Hull and Barnsley Rly. Co.
Consideration: £800
Property: 28, 30, 32 and 34 Gibson St. and two warehouses at the rear (plan attached)

2 copies of the plan in DBR/533  DBR/534-5  c.1914

Abstract of title  DBR/536  1914

Contents:
The trustees of the Loyal St. James Lodge of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, M.U.F.S. to Gibson St. property, citing 3 documents, 1887-94

Requisitions on title, 6 July 1914 replies thereto, 7 July 1914, and details of tenancies  DBR/537  1914

Conveyance (draft)  DBR/538  1914

Contents:
Parties consideration and property as in DBR/533

24 Gibson St. (H. & B. ref. 946)  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/539-40  17, 18 Dec. 1809

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, iron founder
(ii) Charles Frost of Hull, gent., trustee of (i)
(iii) Joseph Jackson of Hull, baker
(iv) John Tweedy of Gt. Driffield, esq.
(v) William Parkin of Foston Mills, corn-factor
Considerations paid by (iv): £28 to (i) and £122. 14s. Od. to (iii)
Property: 224 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Gibson St. and the house recently erected thereon by (iii)
Covenant for the production of 9 documents, 1726 - 1808 listed in schedule

Purchase contract  DBR/541  26 July 1815

Contents:
Parties: (i) Wm. Copley
(ii) John Tweedy of Gt. Driffield
Property: a house and garden near Todd and Campbell's foundry
Price: £120

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/542-3  28, 29 Nov. 1815

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Tweedy of Gt. Driffield, esq.
(ii) William Parkin of Gt. Driffield, cornfactor
(iii) William Copley of Gt. Driffield
(iv) Edmund Maltby of Gt. Driffield, innkeeper, trustee of (iii)
Consideration: £20
Property as in DBR/540

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/544  6 Ap. 1816

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Copley of Sculcoates, yeoman
(ii) Edmund Maltby of Gt. Driffield, inn keeper
(iii) John Stephenson of Hunmanby, yeoman
Consideration: £200 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/240
A messuage in Howden, formerly the Knags (sic.) Head public house and the cottage adjoining thereto
4 acres of land in Howden
Term: 500 years.
Proviso for redemption

Will (copy)  DBR/545  1 June 1816

Contents:
William Copley of Sculcoates, gent.
Proved: 12 Feb. 1827

Surrender  DBR/546  16 July 1828

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Stephenson of Hunmanby, yeoman
(ii) William Copley of Sculcoates, blacksmith
Consideration and property as in DBR/544

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/547  14 July 1830

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Copley of Sculcoates, blacksmith
(ii) Rev. R. Fenton of Waltham, Lincs., clerk
Consideration: £250
Property: the Knag's Head public house in Howden and the cottage adjacent to it and a messuage on the east side of Gibson St., Sculcoates
Term: 500 years.
Rent: peppercorn
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Surrender (indent)  DBR/548  6 July 1836

Contents:
Parties: (i) Ann Popple of Sculcoates, widow
(ii) Rev. R. Fenton of Waltham, Lincs., clerk
(iii) William Copley of Sculcoates, blacksmith
Recital: Mortgage 2 Aug. 1784
Parties: (i) William Copley of Howden, yeoman
(ii) Hardy Robinson
Property: two adjacent, recently erected messuages in Howden
Proviso for redemption
b) The money was repaid on 25 Nov. 1803
a) Consideration: 10/- paid by (iii) to (i)
Assignment by (i) to (iii) of her interest in the property in recital (a)
b) Consideration: £250 paid by (iii) to (i)
Assignment by (ii) to (iii) of his interest in the property in DBR/547

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/549  9 July 1836

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Copley of Sculcoates, blacksmith
(ii) Rev. R. Fenton of Waltham, Lincs., clerk
Consideration: £70
Property as in DBR/540
Term: 500 years
Proviso for redemption
Attached note, N.D. giving Mr. Sherwood's valuation of the property at £240

Grant (indent)  DBR/550  2 Aug 1838

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Copley of Sculcoates, victualler
(ii) John Barker of Sculcoates, baker
Consideration: £38. 2s. Od.
Property as in DBR/540 subject to mortgage DBR/549

Transfer of mortgage (indent)  DBR/551  2 May 1840

Contents:
Parties: (i) Rev. R. Fenton of Hameringham, Lincs., clerk
(ii) William Tonge of Hull, master mariner
Consideration: £72. 16s. 6d.
Assignment by (i) to (ii) of his interest in the property in DBR/549

Surrender (indent)  DBR/552  9 Jan. 1843

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Tonge of Hull, master mariner
(ii) Robert Baker of Hull, baker
Consideration and property as in DBR/549

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/553  16 Ap. 1849

Contents:
Parties: (i) Robert Baker of Hull, confectioner
(ii) William Wilson of Hull, engineer
(iii) John Wilburn of Hull, joiner
Consideration: £105 paid by (ii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/540

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/554  14 Mar. 1851

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Wilson of Hull, engineer
(ii) The Trustees (named) of the Kingston Benefit Building Society
Consideration: £120
Property as in DBR/540
Endorsed with receipt for repayment 13 Oct. 1852

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/555  2 Dec. 1861

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Wilson the younger of Hull, engineer
(ii) Thomas Welburn of Hull, painter
Consideration: £90
Property as in DBR/540
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/556  4 Jan. 1872

Contents:
Parties, consideration and property as in DBR/555

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/557  4 Jan. 1872

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Wilson of Hull, engineer
(ii) The Trustees (named) of the Alliance Benefit Building Society
Consideration: £120
Property as in DBR/540
Endorsed with receipt for repayment 29 Nov. 1875

Probate copy of will  DBR/568  11 Jan. 1875

Contents:
W.M. Wilson, engineer of Gibson St. Hull
Proved 10 Mar. 1875

Fire insurance policy with the Alliance Assurance Co  DBR/569-79  21 Mar. 1891

Contents:
Enclosing receipts for premiums, 1910 - 16; correspondence 1906 - 15 and receipt for aircraft policy premium, 1916

Conveyance  DBR/580  26 Aug. 1905

Contents:
Parties: (i) Sarah Wilson of Pocklington, widow
(iia) S.A. Stephenson, wife of Nelson Stephenson of Pocklington, grocer
b) E.W. Stephenson of Pocklington, widow
Consideration: £65
Property as in DBR/550

Abstract of DBR/550  DBR/581  n.d

Fire insurance policy with the Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd  DBR/582  11 Sept. 1909

Correspondence, provisional valuation and cover relating to the Duties on Land Values under the Finance (1909-10) Act  DBR/583-4  1910

Government Aircraft and Bombardment Insurance with the Allied Assurance Co. Ltd., and cover  DBR/585-6  26 Oct., 1815

Correspondence in the negotiations for the sale of the property  DBR/587-8  May-July 1917

Abstract of title (and draft)  DBR/589-90  1917

Contents:
S.A. Stephenson and E.W. Stephenson to Gibson St., property, citing 3 documents 1875 - 1905

Conveyance (2 drafts)  DBR/591-2  1917

Contents:
Parties: (ia) S.A. Stephenson, wife of Nelson Stephenson of Pocklington, grocer
b) E.W. Stephenson of Pocklington, grocer
(ii) The Hull and Barnesley Rly. Co.
Consideration: £170
Property: 24 Gibson St

1-3 Cannon St., 1-3 Graham's Sq., and the smoke house and bath-house adjacent to them  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release (indent)  DBR/593-4  27, 29 June 1818

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Todd of Sculcoates, iron founder
(ii) George Parkin of Sculcoates, house - carpenter
(iii) Joseph Dibb of Hull, brewer, trustee of (ii)
Consideration: £207. 10s. 0d.
Property: 400 sq. yds. of land on the north side of Cannon St. and the building thereon recently used as a storehouse by the local militia

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/595  5 Dec. 1818

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Parkin of Sculcoates, house-carpenter
(ii) Robert Agars of Bridlington, gent.
Consideration: £350
Property: the land in DBR/594 and 8 tenements built by (i) thereon
Term: 1000 years.
Rent: peppercorn
Proviso for redemption

As DBR/280  DBR/596  1822

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/597  19 Aug. 1844

Contents:
Parties: (ia) M.C. Agars of Bridlington, widow
b) Francis Coverley of Bridlington, gent.
c) John Walmesley of Flamborough, gent.
d) William Wetwan of Bridlington Quay, gent.
(ii) George Jackson of Hull, architect
(iii) John Atkin of Hull, tallow chandler
(iv) Benjamin Ward of Hull, paper stainer
(v) T.O. Atkinson of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £240 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: the land in DBR/594 and the seven tenements thereon forming Grahams Sq

Release (indent)  DBR/598  1 Jan. 1845

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Liddell of Hull,esq.,
(ii) John Atkin of Hull, tallow chandler
(iii) T.O. Atkinson of Hull, gent., trustee of (ii)
Consideration: £130
Property: 139 sq. yds. of land on the north side of Cannon St. and the two messuages thereon

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/599  15 Feb. 1870

Contents:
Parties: (i) Dinah Atkin of Hull, widow
(ii) Jane Walgate of Burton Pidsea, spinster
Consideration: £200
Property: on the north side of Cannon St. 400 sq. yds. of land and the messuages thereon
139 sq. yds. of land and the two messuages thereon
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Particulars, conditions, and purchase contract  DBR/600  23 Ap. 1874

Contents:
To be sold by auction at the "George Inn" saleroom
Purchaser: Alfred Drury of Hull, joiner
Price: £580
Property: 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 Cannon St. and the 3 houses in Grahams Sq

Abstract of title  DBR/601  1874

Contents:
Dinah Atkin to Cannon St. property, citing 11 documents, 1818 - 70

Appointment and conveyance (indent)  DBR/602  8 June 1784

Contents:
Parties: (i) Dinah Atkin of Hull, widow
(ii) Jane Walgate of Burton Pidsea, spinster
(iii) Alfred Drury of Hull, joiner
Considerations paid by (iii): £200 to (i) and £380 to (ii)
Property as in DBR/600

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/603  9 June 1874

Contents:
Parties: (i) Alfred Drury of Hull, joiner
(ii) John Fawcett of Preston, gent.
Consideration: £400
Property as in DBR/600
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%
Endorsed with memorandum 23 Nov. 1875
By John Fawcett
Consideration: £150
That he had joined with (i) in the sale of 8 and 10 Cannon St

Plan  DBR/604  9 June 1874

Contents:
The property in DBR/603, scale 16' to 1'

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/605  21 Feb. 1876

Contents:
Parties: (i) Alfred Drury of Hull, joiner
(ii) William Watson of Hedon, gent.
Consideration: £100
Property: 2, 4 and 6 Cannon St. and 1-3 Graham's Sq. subject to mortgage DBR/593
Proviso for redemption with interest at 6%

Purchase contract  DBR/606  18 Dec. 1876

Contents:
Parties: (i) Alfred Drury of Hull, cabinet maker
(ii) G.G. Anderson of Hull, fish merchant
Property: 6 messuages on the north side of Cannon St.
Price: £510

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/607  12 Jan. 1877

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Fawcett of Preston, gent.
(ii) William Watson of Hedon, gent.
(iii) Alfred Drury of Hull, joiner
(iv) G.G. Anderson of Hull, fish merchant
Considerations paid by (iv): £250 to (i), £100 to (ii), and £160 to (iii)
Property as in DBR/605

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/608  13 Jan. 1877

Contents:
Parties: (i) G.G. Anderson of Hull, fish merchant
(ii) James Freeman of Hull, vetinary surgeon
Consideration: £250
Property as in DBR/605
Proviso for redemption with interest at 6%

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/609  17 Jan. 1877

Contents:
Parties: (i) G.G. Anderson of Hull, fish merchant
(ii) Alfred Drury of Hull, joiner
Consideration: £50
Property as in DBR/605 subject to mortgage 598
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%
Endorsed with receipt for repayment 31 Oct. 1877

Further charge (indent)  DBR/610  31 Oct. 1877

Contents:
Parties: (i) G.G. Anderson of Hull, fish merchant
(ii) James Freeman of Hull, vetinary surgeon
Consideration: £150
To be secured on the property in DBR/608
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Abstract of title  DBR/611  1880

Contents:
G.G. Anderson to Cannon St. property, citing 10 documents, 1858 - 77

Transfer of mortgage  DBR/612  7 June 1880

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Freeman of Hull, vetinary surgeon
(ii) G.G. Anderson of Hull, fish merchant
(iii) J.L. Jacob of Hull, gent.
Considerations paid by (iii): £400 to (i) and £200 to (ii)
Property as in DBR/605 and the adjacent smokehouses, bathhouses, etc. as shown on plan
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Transfer of mortgage  DBR/613  2 Nov. 1880

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.L. Jacobs of Hull, gent.
(iia) Moses Levy of Middx., gent.
b) F.B. Halford of Middx., merchant
c) Arthur Halford of Middx., merchant
d) Assur Keyser of Middx., merchant
Consideration and property as in DBR/612

Mortgage  DBR/614  1 Dec. 1880

Contents:
Parties: (i) G.G. Anderson of Hull, fish merchant and curer
(ii) The Hull and East Riding Land Mortgage and Investment Co.
Consideration: £100
Property as in DBR/612 subject to mortgage DBR/612

Reconveyance  DBR/615  16 Jan. 1884

Contents:
Parties: (i) The Hull and East Riding Land
Mortgage and Investment Co. Ltd.
(ii) A. E. Anderson of Hull, widow
Consideration: £116. 13s. 3d.
Property as in DBR/614

Reconveyance  DBR/616  14 May 1897

Contents:
Parties: (ia) F.B. Halford of Middx., insurance broker
b) E.E. Halford of Middx., esq.
c) Ferdinand Mendl of Middx., esq.
(ii) A.E. Anderson of Hull, widow
Consideration and property as in DBR/602

Abstract of title  DBR/617  1897

Contents:
A.E. Anderson to Cannon St. property, citing 9 documents, 1877 - 97

Conveyance  DBR/618  14 May 1897

Contents:
Parties: (i) A.E. Anderson of Hull, widow
(ii) J.C. Thompson of Hull, engineer and ironfounder
Consideration: £850
Property: 4 messuages in Cannon St., and the three tenements, smokehouse and bathhouse behind

Abstract of title  DBR/619  1917

Contents:
Messrs. Rose Downs & Thompson Ltd. to Cannon St. property citing 9 documents 1897 - 1917

Abstract of title  DBR/620  1885-1916

Contents:
Messrs. Rose Down & Thompson Ltd. to the Gibson St. property in 133 - 73 citing 7 documents

The Green Lane Foundry of Messrs. Good & Menzies purchased in 1925  [no ref. or date]

Property purchased by Messrs. Thompson and Stather in 1857  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/621  20 Aug. 1857

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.T. Tenney of Hull, gent.
(iia) Walkden Thompson of Hull, iron founders
b)Thomas Stather of Hull, iron founders
Consideration: £400
Property: 1178 sq. yds. of land between Green Lane and Cottingham Drain as shown on plan

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/622  21 Aug. 1857

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Walkden Thompson of Hull, ironfounders
b) Thomas Stather of Hull, ironfounders
(ii) J.T. Tenney of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £300
Property as in DBR/621
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/623  24 Sept. 1860

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.T. Tenney of Hull, gent.
(iia) Walkden Thompson of Hull, ironfounders
b) Thomas Stather of Hull, ironfounders
Recital: £200 has been repaid by (ii) to (i) under the terms of DBR/622
Consideration: £100
Property as in DBR/621

Property purchased by Messrs. Thompson and Stather in 1860  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of Title  DBR/624  1860

Contents:
Mary Turner to land in Green Lane, citing 12 documents, 1788 - 1858

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/625  28 Dec. 1860

Contents:
Parties: (i) Mary Turner of Hull, widow
(ii) Walkden Thompson and Thomas Stather of Hull, ironfounders
Consideration: £350
Property: 1062 sq. yds. of land between Cottingham Drain and Green Lane
Covenant for the production of 3 deeds, 1850 - 8 listed in schedule

Property purchased by Messrs. Thompson and Stather in 1869  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/626  29 July 1845

Contents:
Parties: (i) Samuel Lightfoot of Hull, gent.
(ii) John Earnshaw of Hull, gent.
(iiia) Joseph Godmond of Sculcoates, ship owner
b) Charles Trevor of Hull, grocer and tobacconist
(iv) John Garton of Hull, tobacco manufacturer
(v) J.H. Garton of Hull, tobacconist, trustee of (iv)
Consideration: £471. 18s. 0d. paid by (iv) to (i)
Property: 1716 sq. yds. of land between Green Lane and Cottingham Drain and the tobacco manufactory occupied by (iv) thereon as shown on plan
Covenant for the production of 7 deeds, 1773 - 1827, listed in schedule

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/627  30 July 1845

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Garton of Hull, tobacco manufacturer
(ii) Richard Oglesby of Hull, commercial traveller
Consideration: £800
Property as in DBR/626 (plan)
Proviso for redemption

Conveyance (copy)  DBR/628  16 Ap. 1846

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Garton of Hull, tobacco manufacturer
(ii) Robert Witty of Hull, raff merchant
Property: 369 sq. yds. 4 ft. of land on the north side of Wright St., and the messuage thereon occupied by (i), subject to a £600 mortgage 390 sq. yds. 4ft. of land in Pryme St. adjacent to the above and used by (i) as a garden and a cottage on the south side of High St., Barton on Humber, Lines, subject to a £210 mortgage 1716 sq. yds. of land between Cottingham Drain and Green Lane and the manufactory thereon
To be held upon trust to sell

Grant (indent)  DBR/629  9 Aug. 1847

Contents:
Parties: (i) Robert Witty of Hull, builder
(ii) John Garton of Islington, Middx.,tobacconist
(iii) A.E. Moore of Islington
Consideration: £99. 19s. 0d. paid by (iii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/626 subject to mortgage DBR/627

Transfer of mortgage (indent)  DBR/630  14 Aug. 1847

Contents:
Parties: (i) Richard Oglesby of Hull, gent.
(ii) A.E. Moore of Islington, Middx., spinster
(iii) John Turner of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £800 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property in DBR/626, occupied by McGibbon & Co.
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Articles for a settlement  DBR/631  28 Sept. 1849

Contents:
Parties: (i) H.A. Myall of Islington, Middx., gent.
(ii) A.E. Moore of Islington, spinster
(iii) Elizabeth Moore of Islington, widow, her mother
(iva) John Ede of Islington
b) William White of London, shirtmaker
Recital: the intended marriage of (i) and (ii)
The property of (ii) to be held by (iii) for the uses declared

Marriage settlement (copy)  DBR/632  27 July 1850

Contents:
Parties: (ia) H.A. Myall of Islington, Middx.
b) A.E. Myall, his wife
(ii) Elizabeth Moore of Islington, widow
(iiia) John Ede of Islington, surgeon
b) Wm. White of London, shirtmaker
Property: as in DBR/626 and others
To be held to the uses declared

Certificate of acknowledgement of deeds by married women with respect to (ib) in DBR/632  DBR/633  c.1850

Burial certificate of H.A. Myall  DBR/634  12 July 1852

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/635  10 Mar. 1853

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Turner of Hull, gent.
(ii) A.E. Myall of Islington, Middx., widow
(iiia) John Ede of Islington, surgeon
b) William White of London, shirtmaker
Consideration: £800
Property as in DBR/626

Consent  DBR/636  22 Feb. 1869

Contents:
By E.A. Mayall of Islington, Middx., widow
To a) John Ede of Islington, surgeon
b) William White of London, shirtmaker
For them to invest £1000 of the trust money in DBR/632 in the mortgage of an iron manufactory and warehouse in Green Lane, Hull

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/637  31 May 1869

Contents:
Parties: (ia) John Ede of Islington, Middx., surgeon
b) William White of London, shirt maker
(ii) A.E. Myall of Islington, widow
(iiia) Walkden Thompson and b) Thomas Stather, of Hull, smiths and steam engine maker
Consideration: £1730 paid by (iii) to (ii)
Property: the land in DBR/626 with the iron-manufactory thereon occupied by (iii)

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/638  1 Ap. 1869

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Walkden Thompson and b) Thomas Stather of Hull, smiths and steam engine makers
(iia) John Ede of Islington, Middx., surgeon
b) William White of London, shirt maker
Consideration: £1000
Property as in DBR/637
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Death certificate of Wm. White  DBR/639  1874

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/640  13 Nov. 1874

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Ede of Islington, Middx., surgeon
(iia) Walkden Thompson and b) Thomas Stather, of Hull, smiths and steam engine makers
Consideration and property as in DBR/638

The estate as a whole  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title; Messrs. Thompson and Stather to 3 plots of land and the Foundry buildings thereon in Green Lane  DBR/641-3  1874

Contents:
DBR/641 citing 6 documents, 1788 - 1838
DBR/642 citing 9 documents, 1850 - 60
DBR/643 citing 10 documents, 1845 - 74

Requisitions on title, 4 Nov. 1894 and replies thereto, 6 Oct. 1874  DBR/644  1894

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/645  17 Aug. 1874

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Walkden Thompson b) Thomas Stather of Hull, engineers
(ii) Robert Moss Collingham of Hull, engineer
Consideration: £6,000
Property: 3956 sq. yds. of land on the east side of Church Road and the north side of Cottingham Drain and the foundry and buildings thereon

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/646  18 Nov. 1874

Contents:
Parties: (i) R.A. Collingham of Hull, engineer
(iia) Rev. E.G. Jervis of Hackthorpe, Lincs., clerk
b) Rev. R.E.G. Cole of Doddington, Lincs., clerk.
c) G.E. Jarvis of Doddington, esq.
Consideration: £9000
Property as in DBR/645
Proviso for redemption with interest at 4½%
Endorsed with transfer 24 Sept. 1877
Parties: (ia) R.E. G. Cole
b) G.E. Jervis
(ii) J.F. Burton of Lincs., gent.
Consideration and property as in mortgage

Notice  DBR/647  c.1874

Contents:
To Sarah Collingham, J.M. Collingham and Frederick Collingham, Trustees under the will of Joseph Collingham of Welland Hull, Notts., esq.
By the solicitors of Rev. E.G. Jarvis, Rev. R.E.G. Cole and G.E. Jarvis.
Of the mortgage DBR/646

Transfer of mortgage (indent)  DBR/648  25 Ap. 1878

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Rev. R.E. G. Cole of Doddington, Lincs., clerk
b) J.F. Burton of Lincoln, gent.
(ii) R.M. Collingham of Hull, engineer
(iiia)J.H. Tibbits of Bradholme, Notts., farmer
b) Samuel Farrow of Ingham, Lincs., esq.
Recital: (ii) has paid (i) £5,400
Consideration: £3600 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/646
Endorsed with transfer 13 Aug. 1878
Parties: (ia) J.H. Tibbits
b) Samuel Farrow
(ii) Green Willows of Yarborough, Lincs., farmer
Consideration and property as in mortgage

Transfer of mortgage (indent)  DBR/649  16 Dec. 1878

Contents:
Parties: (i) Green Willows of Yarborough, Lincs., farmer
(ii) R.M. Collingham of Hull, engineer
(iiia) Rev. C.T. Swan of Dunsthorpe, Lincs., clerk
b) C.L. Shand of Wavertree, Liverpool, esq.
Consideration and property as in DBR/648
Endorsed with transfer of mortgage 30 Sept. 1880
Parties: (ia) C.T. Swan
b) C.L. Shand
(iia) C.T. Swan
b) Rev. T.H. Lister of Scremby, Lincs., clerk
Consideration and property as in DBR/648

Abstract of title  DBR/650  1882

Contents:
R.M. Collingham to a foundry/cake mill in Green Lane, citing 7 documents, 1874 - 80

Valuation  DBR/651  31 July 1882

Contents:
By: N. Baston & Son
To: R.M. Collingham
Of: Green Lane Foundry

Agreement  DBR/652  12 Nov. 1882

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Richard Good of Hull, engineers
b) R.W. Menzies of Hull, engineers
(iia) H.A. Ayres of Hull, seed crushers
b) A.S. Ayres of Hull, seed crushers
(i) To permit (ii) to have light to windows overlooking their premises for a rent of 21/: Agreement to expire on three months notice by either party

Conveyance  DBR/653  27 May 1897

Contents:
Parties: (i) Richard Good of Hull, engineer
(iia) William Menzies of Hull, analytical chemist
b) G.S. Osborne of Stockport, Lancs., mercantile clerk.
c) Emma Menzies of Hull, widow
(iii) Good and Menzies Ltd.
Considerations: £1145 each paid by (iii) to (i) and (ii)
Property: The Green Lane Foundry

24 £100 Debenture certificates issued by Good and Menzies Ltd. to William Menzies, G.S. Osborne and Emma Menzies  DBR/654-677  30 July 1897

Contents:
1 - 12 endorsed with note of transfer to Agnes Menzies, 17.10.1917 and repaid 2 Jan. 1926.
13-24. repaid 6 Jan. 1926

Reconveyance  DBR/678  26 June 1922

Contents:
Parties: (i) Charles Scorer of Lincoln, hent.
(ii) Good and Menzies Ltd.
Consideration and property as in a mortgage of 26 Aug. 1882

Copy of the Gazette Notice of the appointment of Mr. Harold W. Locking as Liquidator of Good and Menzies Ltd  DBR/679  n.d

Abstract of Title  DBR/680  1925

Contents:
Good and Menzies Ltd. to the Green Lane Foundry, citing 7 documents, 1897 - 1925

Land tax redemption certificate for the Green Lane Foundry, with plan attached  DBR/681  7 Apr. 1933

Business records of Good and Menzies Ltd  [no ref. or date]

Invoice Books  DBR/682a  2 Oct. 1871-Dec. 1910

Invoice Books  DBR/682b  1 May 1912-10 Nov. 1923

Invoice Books  DBR/683  2 Nov. 1923-14 Sept. 1925

Order books for steam winches  DBR/684a  28 Dec. 1893-9 Ap. 1915

Order books for steam winches  DBR/684b  29 Ap. 1915-Oct. 1925

12 & 14 Cannon St., purchased in 1945  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/685  18 Nov. 1875

Contents:
Parties: (i) Alfred Drury of Hull, joiner
(ii) John Fawcett of Preston in Holderness, gent.
(iii) John Seaton of Hull, cordwainer
Considerations: Paid by (i): £150 to (ii) and £200 to (i)
Property: 143 sq. yds. of land and the two messuages thereon on the north side of Cannon St.
Covenant for the production of 5 deeds, 1818 - 74

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/686  19 Nov. 1875

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Seaton of Hull, cordwainer
(ii) The Hull and Holderness Conservative Permanent Benefit Building Society
Consideration: £350
Property as in DBR/685
Endorsed with receipt for repayment, 18 May 1880

Further Charge (indent)  DBR/687  18 May 1876

Contents:
Parties and property as in DBR/686
Consideration: £50
Endorsed with receipt for repayment, 30 Jan. 1878

Further Charge (indent)  DBR/688  29 Oct. 1878

Contents:
Parties and property as in DBR/686
Consideration: £75
Endorsed with receipt for repayment, 18 May 1880

Correspondence, valuations and papers relating to the duties on Land Values under the Finance (1909 - 10) Act  DBR/689  1910

Schedule of 12 documents relating to 12 & 14 Cannon St  DBR/690  1875-1945

The Cannon St. property of the Hull Forge Iron and Steel Co  DBR/691  1947

Property purchased by Allott Thelwall & Co. in 1863  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/691  31 Jan. 1854

Contents:
Parties: (i) Charles Liddell of Hull, esq.
(ii) John Hickson of Hull, joiner
(iii) J.J. Thorney of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £126 paid by (ii) to (i)
Property: 315 sq. yds. of land on the west side of Cannon Passage as shown on plan
Covenant for the production of 1 deed, 1839, listed in schedule

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/692  1 Feb. 1854

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Hickson of Hull, joiner
(ii) J.J. Thorney of Hull, gent.
(iii) John Simpson of Hornsea, farmer
Consideration: £400 paid by (iii) to (i)
Property: the land in DBR/691 and the seven messuages erected thereon by (i)
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Notice  DBR/693  2 Aug. 1854

Contents:
By J.J. Thorney, attorney for John Simpson of Hornsea, farmer
To John Hickson of Hull, joiner
To repay the money in mortgage DBR/692

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/694  23 July 1859

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Simpson of Hornsea, farmer
(ii) R.M. Howitt of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £395
Property as in DBR/692

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/695  13 Nov. 1860

Contents:
Parties: (i) R.M. Howitt of Hessle, gent.
(iia) William Allott and b) John Thelwall of Hull, copartners and ironmasters
(iii) Charles Johnson of Hull, auctioneer
Consideration: £25 paid by (ii) to (i)
Property as in DBR/692

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/696  3 Sept. 1863

Contents:
Parties: (i) Charles Johnson of Hull, auctioneer
(iia) William Abbott of Hull, ironmasters
b) John Thelwall of Hull, ironmasters
(iii) Thomas Thelwall of Hull, book-keeper
(iva) William Allott
b) John Thelwall
c) William Lumsdon of Braunston, Warwick, surgeon
Conveyance by (i) at the request of (ii) to (iii)
Property as in DBR/692
To be held to the use of (iv)

Property purchased by Allott Thelwall & Co., in 1863  [no ref. or date]

Certificate of legacy duty paid by William Liddell on the death of Charles Liddell  DBR/697  1856

Agreement  DBR/698  7 Ap. 1860

Contents:
Parties: (i) Thomas Downs of Hull, builder
(iia) William Allott of Hull, ironmasters
b) John Thelwall of Hull, ironmasters
(i) To assign to (ii) two pieces of land near the Old Foundry which he has agreed to purchase or lease from William Liddell

Conveyance  DBR/699  3 Sept. 1863

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Liddell of Middle Temple, Middx., esq.
(ii) Thomas Downs of Hull, builder
(iiia) William Allott and b) John Thelwall of Hull, ironmasters
(iv) Thomas Thelwall of Hull, book-keeper
(va) William Allott
b) John Thelwall
c) William Lumsdon of Braunston, Warwick., surgeon.
Consideration paid by (v) to (i) £1190
Property: Two adjacent pieces of land between Cannon St., Cottingham Drain, Cannon Passage and St. Pauls, St. containing 3 roods, 28 perches as shown on plan

The estate as a whole  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/700  3 Sept. 1863

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Allott of Hull, iron masters
b) John Thelwall of Hull, iron masters
c) William Lumsdon of Braunston, Warwicks., surgeon
(ii) John Lumsdon of Hull, ship owner
Consideration: £3000
Property as in DBR/699 and 692
Proviso for redemption with interest at 5%

Transfer of mortgage (indent)  DBR/701  11 July 1864

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Allott of Hull, ironmaster
b) John Thelwall of Hull, ironmaster
c) William Lumsdon of Braunston, Warwicks., surgeon
(ii) John Lumsdon of Hull, shipowner
(iiia) H.J. Atkinson of Hull, shipowner
b) William Holmes of Hull, tanner
c) W.B. Brownlow of Hull, shipowner
d) George Buckton of Hull, merchant
e) William Jack of Hull, linen draper
(iv) Thomas Holmes of Hull, tanner
Consideration and property as in DBR/700
Proviso for redemption on the payment of whatever is owed by (i) to (iii) with interest

Petition  DBR/702  24 May 1873

Contents:
By William Allott, John Thelwall and William Lumsdon
For the liquidation of Allott Thelwall & Co., it having debts of £5370. 6s. 2d

Resolutions passed at a meeting of the creditors of Allott Thelwall & Co. on 11 June 1873, with schedule of creditors and sums due  DBR/703  1873

Appointment of J.G. Carlill of Hull, public accountant as trustee in the liquidation of Allott Thelwall & Co  DBR/704  n.d. c.1873

Reconveyance  DBR/705  4 July 1873

Contents:
Parties: (ia) H.J. Atkinson of Hull, merchant and ship owner
b) William Holmes of Hull, gent.
c) George Buckton of Hull, merchant
(iia) H.J. Atkinson
b) William Holmes
c) George Buckton
d) M.C. Lee of Hull, gent.
e) Thomas Abbey of Hull, gent.; Directors of the Hull Banking Co.
(iii) J.G. Carlill of Hull, public accountant.
Consideration: £8000
Property as in DBR/700

Letter  DBR/706  8 March 1877

Contents:
From: J.G. Carlill
To: Messrs. Wheatley, Kirk, Price and Goulty, of Manchester
Accepting their offer of £10000 for Allott Thelwall & Co's. property

In the High Court of Justice  DBR/707  13 Ap. 1877

Contents:
Chancery Division: J.G. Carlill v. W.R. Barrett, Charles Wells, John Roseby, Edward Parry and Thomas Wilson.
Judgements

Statutory declaration  DBR/708  6 July 1877

Contents:
By: J.J. Thorney of Hull, solicitor the directors of the Hull Banking Co

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/709  25 July 1877

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.G. Carlill of Hull, public accountant
(iia) Thomas Cooper of Rawmarsh, colliery owner
b) Frederick Cleeves of Rawmarsh, cashier
c) George Whitehead of Hull, ironworks manager
Consideration: £10,000
Property as in DBR/700

Statutory declarations  DBR/710  2-7 Feb. 1880

Contents:
By: a) Thomas Cooper of Rawmarsh, colliery proprietor
b) Frederick Cleeves of Rawmarsh, ironworks proprietor
c) George Whitehead of Hull, ironworks proprietor
Trading as the Hull Forge Co. as to their ownership of the forge

Statutory declaration  DBR/711  c1860

Contents:
By James Thompson of Hull, engineer as to the ownership of the forge property and the demolition of 7 cottages thereon

Abstract of title  DBR/712  1879

Contents:
Messrs. Cooper, Cleeves and Whitehead to an Iron Works in Sculcoates, citing 33 documents, 1839 - 77

Schedule of 28 deeds relating to the property of the Hull Forge Co  DBR/713  1854-1880

Mortgage (indent)  DBR/714a  9 Feb. 1880

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Thomas Cooper of Rawmarsh, colliery proprietor
b) Frederick Cleeves of Rawmarsh, iron works proprietor
c) George Whitehead of Hull, iron works proprietor
(ii) Charles Spencer of Gravesend, Kent., J.P.
Consideration: £4000
Property: a piece of land and the buildings thereon on the west side of St. Pauls St. and north of Cottingham Drain as shown on plan

Notice  DBR/714b  10 Feb. 1880

Contents:
By Henry Smith of Gravesend, Kent. outfitter
To Charles Spencer
That the property in DBR/714a has been conveyed to him on second mortgage

Copy of a resolution of the Hull Forge Iron & Steel Co. Ltd. authorising its seal to be attached to certain mortgages  DBR/715  11 Feb. 1888

Property in Cannon St., purchased by the Hull Forge Iron and Steel Co. in 1912  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title  DBR/716  N.D

Contents:
George Liddell to land in Sculcoates, citing 13 documents, 1783 - 39

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/717  21 Ap. 1849

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Liddell of Hull, esq.
(ii) William Bell of Hull, grocer
(iii) John Carter of Hull, gent.
Consideration: £122. 10s. 0d. paid by (iii) to (i)
Conveyance by (i) to (ii) for the use of (iii)
Property: 245 sq. yds. of land and the two messuages and 2 tenements erected or erecting thereon by (ii)
Proviso for redemption by (ii) if he pays (iii) £320 with interest at 5%

Reconveyance (indent)  DBR/718  18 Oct. 1865

Contents:
Parties: (i) R.L. Cook of Hull, merchant
(ii) William Bell of Hull, grocer
Consideration: £320
Property: 2 messuages and two tenements in Cannon St

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/719  29 March 1879

Contents:
Parties: (i) William Bell of Hull, out of business
(ii) John Little of Hull, tobacconist
Consideration: £720
Property as in DBR/708

Abstract and supplemental abstract of title  DBR/720  1879-1900

Contents:
The trustees of John Little to Cannon St. property, citing 5 and 2 documents, 1879 - 1900, and 1895-7

Certificate of search in the estate duty office  DBR/721  24 June 1912

Certificate of search in the Beverley Deeds Registry  DBR/722  29th June 1912

Notice to quit to Cannon St. tenants  DBR/723-4  29 May, 21 June 1912

Undertaking by Walter Worthington to pay taxes on the Cannon St. property  DBR/725  1 July 1912

35 Cannon St. purchased by the Hull Forge Iron and Steel Co. In 1912  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/726  14 Aug. 1850

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Liddell of Hull, esq.
(ii) Wilson Eggers of Hull, tailor
Consideration: £37
Property: 74 sq. yds. of land on the south side of Cannon St

Probate copy of will  DBR/727  22 Jan. 1876

Contents:
Wilson Eggers of Hull, tailor
Proved 16 May 1878

Succession duty account of J.T. Eggers on the death of Wilson Eggers  DBR/728  1878

Conveyance (indent)  DBR/729  17 Oct. 1879

Contents:
Parties: (i) J.J. Eggers of Hull, engine fitter
(ii) James Taylor of Hull, general dealer.
Consideration: £150
Property: the land in DBR/726 and the messuage thereon

Conveyance  DBR/730  4 Nov. 1892

Contents:
Parties: (i) James Taylor of Hull, general dealer
(ii) Albert Smith of Hull, wheelwright
Consideration: £147
Property as in DBR/729

Conveyance  DBR/731  23 Sept. 1899

Contents:
Parties: (i) Albert Smith of Hull, wheelwright
(ii) John Cundill of Driffield, retired woodman
Consideration: £147
Property: 35 Cannon St

Succession duty account of Albert Smith on the death of John Cundill  DBR/732  1908

Abstract of Title  DBR/733  1912

Contents:
Albert Smith to 35 Cannon St., citing 5 documents 1892 - 1908

Letter from W. Gilfoy to Messrs. Holden, Sons & Hodgson as to estate duty  DBR/734  30 Aug. 1912

Certificates of search in the Beverley Deeds Registry  DBR/735-6  21 Aug. 1912

The estate as a whole  [no ref. or date]

Solicitor's report on the title and index plan  DBR/737-39  31 May 1954

2 Copies

Administrative Records  [no ref. or date]

Miscellaneous early financial records  [no ref. or date]

Indexed ledger accounts with individual customers  DBR/740  1790-1791

Contents:
(Probably relates to the Chandlery business of John Todd), also accounts of rent paid by the tenants of various properties, 1839 - 49

Ledger accounts with individual customers for engineering goods  DBR/741  Jan. 1838-Jan. 1845

Similar accounts  DBR/742  Nov. 1866-Ap. 1878

Six-monthly summaries of debts, credits, assets, profit and loss  DBR/743  Nov. 1874-June 1883

Weekly accounts of wages paid  DBR/744  16 Ap. 1853-30 Dec. 1859

Piece work rates, book  DBR/745  N.D

Cost accounts of goods made by moulders  DBR/746  July 1853-28 Sept. 1865

Book giving details of the prices of standard products  DBR/747  1859-1878

Contents:
(Indexed)

Book giving details of the prices of standard products  DBR/748  c 1861-1877

Contents:
(Indexed)

Book giving details of the prices of standard products  DBR/749  N.D

James Downs private cash book  DBR/750A  Dec. 1861-Aug. 1869

James Downs private cash book  DBR/750B  Aug. 1869-Jan. 1875

Shop Order Books  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
All volumes have indexes unless otherwise stated, those in the form of separate volumes are numbered individually

Book  DBR/751-752  28 May 1875-21 Ap. 1882

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/753-754  20 Ap. 1882-18 Jan. 1886

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/755-756  18 Jan. 1886-30 Dec. 1888

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/757  1 Jan. 1889-30 June 1891

Contents:
Orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/758-759  1 July 1891-31 Aug 1893

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/760-761  1 Sept. 1893-30 Sept. 1895

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/762-763  2 Oct. 1895-30 Sept. 1897

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/764-765  1 Oct. 1897-7 July 1899

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/766-767  26 July 1899-15 Ap. 1901

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/768-769  15 Ap. 1901-31 Dec. 1902

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/770-771  1 Jan. 1903-17 Nov. 1904

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/772  11 Nov. 1904-4 Ap. 1906

Contents:
Orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/773-774  2 Ap. 1906-6 June 1907

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/775-776  6 June 1907-1 Oct. 1908

Contents:
Indexed, orders for stock at end

Book  DBR/777  1 Oct. 1908-19 Jan. 1910

Contents:
Index missing

Book  DBR/778  19 Jan. 1910-23 Feb. 1911

Book  DBR/779  24 Feb. 1911-9 Ap. 1912

Book  DBR/780  10 Ap. 1912-7 July 1913

Book  DBR/781  8 July 1913-31 Oct. 1914

Book  DBR/782  2 Nov. 1914-7 Ap. 1916

Book  DBR/783  27 Jan. 1916-20 Oct. 1917

Book  DBR/784  22 Oct. 1917-6 June 1919

Book  DBR/785  6 June 1919-25 June 1920

Book  DBR/786  26 June 1920-13 May 1922

Book  DBR/787  15 May 1922-17 Nov. 1923

Contents:
Motor vehicle orders at end

Book  DBR/788  17 Nov. 1923-23 Feb. 1925

Contents:
Motor vehicle orders at end

Book  DBR/789  23 Feb. 1925-24 Feb. 1926

Contents:
Motor vehicle orders at end

Book  DBR/790  25 Feb. 1926-18 March 1927

Contents:
Motor vehicle orders at end

Book  DBR/791  18 March 1927-7 March 1928

Contents:
Motor vehicle orders at end

Book  DBR/792  8 March 1928-25 Feb. 1929

Contents:
Motor vehicle orders at end

Book  DBR/793  25 Feb. 1929-9 Jan. 1930

Book  DBR/794  9 Jan. 1930-25 Feb. 1931

Book  DBR/795  25 Feb. 1931-28 Ap. 1932

Book  DBR/796  28 Ap. 1932-31 July 1933

Book  DBR/797  1 Aug. 1933-23 Aug. 1934

Book  DBR/798  23 Aug. 1934-29 May 1935

Book  DBR/799  31 May-20 July 1935

Book  DBR/800  20 July-6 Sept. 1935

Book  DBR/801  6 Sept.-21 Oct. 1935

Book  DBR/802  21 Oct.-2 Dec. 1935

Book  DBR/803  29 June 1935-20 Jan. 1936

Book  DBR/804  20 Jan. 1936-28 Feb. 1936

Book  DBR/805  29 Feb.-15 Ap. 1936

Book  DBR/806  15 Ap.-21 May 1936

Book  DBR/807  21 May-9 July 1936

Book  DBR/808  9 July-18 Aug. 1936

Book  DBR/809  19 Aug.-5 Oct. 1936

Book  DBR/810  5 Oct.-29 Dec. 1936

Book  DBR/811  29 Dec. 1936-24 March 1937

Book  DBR/812  24 March-24 June 1937

Book  DBR/813  24 June-9 Oct. 1937

Book  DBR/814  7 Oct. 1937-4 Jan. 1938

Book  DBR/815  6 Jan.-7 Ap. 1938

Book  DBR/816  7 Ap.-8 July 1938

Book  DBR/817  9 July-22 Oct. 1938

Book  DBR/818  22 Oct. 1938-6 Feb. 1939

Book  DBR/819  6 Feb.-25 Ap. 1939

Book  DBR/820  25 Ap.-21 June 1939

Book  DBR/821  3 July-29 Sept. 1939

Book  DBR/822  29 Sept. 1939- 1 Jan. 1940

Book  DBR/823  1 Jan.-30 March 1940

Book  DBR/824  30 March-22 Aug. 1940

Book  DBR/825  22 Aug. 1940-15 Jan. 1941

Book  DBR/826  29 May-20 Nov. 1941

Book  DBR/828  5 Dec. 1941-7 Feb. 1942

Book  DBR/829  6 Feb.-9 May 1942

Book  DBR/830  9 May-22 Sept. 1942

Book  DBR/831  12 Dec.-19 March 1943

Reference detail books, 1876 - 1935  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
These books serve as a partial index to the shop order books. They summarise the orders placed by the customers named during the periods indicated. The firm appears to have started keeping these records in the 1890s but earlier information was put in them for completeness. Their abrupt ending in 1935 coincides with the introduction of loose leave stock order books. From there onwards any reference book required could be built up by using carbon copies of the orders

Book  DBR/832  1875-1935

Contents:
Simmonds, Hunt and Montgomery, 1892 - 1922
Calthrop Bros., 1893 - 1928
Wray Sanderson & Co., Ltd., 1903 - 1909
R. Silcock & Sons, 1891 - 1925
Bodey, Jerrim & Denning, 1907 - 26
J. Bibby & Sons, 1887 - 1935
Liverpool Vestor Cake Co., 1892 - 1923
The Mersey Oil and Cake Mills, 1899 - 1921
J. Thorley Ltd., 1885 - 1925
The Manbre Saccharine Co. Ltd., 1904 - 15.
J. & J. Cunningham, 1893 - 1930
Alex Cross & Sons Ltd., 1882 - 1924
Chambers, Bell and Chambers, 1892 - 1907
T. Brantom & Co. Ltd., 1898 - 1928
The Western Counties Agricultural Assoc., 1905 - 14.
Lever Bros. Ltd., 1895 - 1920
The Kent Cattle Food and Spice Co., 1895 - 1914
R. Townsend & Co., 1898 - 30
G. Armstrong & Co. Ltd., 1875 - 1923
Turner, Blewitt & Co., 1875 - 1924
Crone & Taylor, 1898 - 1909
T.T. Chard & Sons, 1885 - 1925

Book  DBR/833  1875-1914

Contents:
Wray Sanderson & Co., Ltd., 1909 - 12.
Hull Oil Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 1894 - 12.
Stephens Bros. (B.O.C.M.), 1895 - 1903
J. Rank Ltd., 1898 - 1911
Edwin Robson (B.O.C.M.), 1890 - 1908
Wright Bros., 1900
Willow, Holt & Willows, 1877 - 1902
Bernard & Co. (Leith), 1878 - 1911
Stewart Bros. & Spencer (Rochester), 1887 - 1911
Pearson Bros. (Gainsbro'), 1875 - 1905
Pearson Beckett & Co. (Glasgow), 1909 - 13
D. Russell & Co., (Burnisland), 1876 - 1903
The Palatine Oil Mills (L'pool), 1902 - 1908
Stuart and Gregson, 1888 - 1902
Foster Bros. (Gloucester), 1877 - 1914
Croad and Brown (Bridgewater), 1895 - 99
Pearson & Bailey (Brittannia Mill) 1877 - 83
Badart Ferres (Union Mill), 1877 - 1911
B.O.C.M. Ltd., 1900 - 1913
The General or Premier Oil Extracting Co. Ltd., 1897 - 1910
J. Crossfield & Sons, 1908 - 1913
The Kirkaldy Oil & Cake Mills Ltd., 1904 - 11
H. Leake & Sons Ltd., 1877 - 1913
Weaver & Co., 1900 - 11

Book  DBR/834  1875-1929

Contents:
Isaac Spence etc. (Fleetwood Fish Meal Co.), 1895 - 1929
R. Velghe, 1904
Lih Teh Oil Mills, 1907 - 34
Lever Bros. Ltd., 1911 - 20
Waterloo Mills Co. (incl. Chambers & Co., Thorne), 1891 - 1919
E. Mackinder, 1910 - 15
Driffield Cake Co. Ltd., 1875 - 1923
The British Cotton Growers, 1905 - 24
The Northern Agricultural Co., 1877 - 1920
R. Singlehurst & Co., 1904 - 34
Wray, Sanderson & Co. Ltd., 1912 - 1915
Hilterman Bros., 1925 - 6
The Russo Cancasiah Co. Ltd., 1925 - 6

Book  DBR/835  1880-1935

Contents:
Wm. Millar & Co. (Uganda) 1905 - 34.
The Scottish Fish, Oil & Guano Co., 1905 - 31
Walter Graham & Co. 1883 - 1923.
Castle Steam Trawlers Ltd. (Consolidated Steam Fishing & Ice Co. (Grimsby) Ltd., 1906-35
Wm. Mackean Ltd., 1897 - 1934.
M.E. Delbanco (Svenska Objeslageriaktiebolaget) 1889 - 1934
Neale & West, 1911 - 24
Grimsby Fish Manure & Oil Co., 1888 - 1914
J. Crossfield & Sons (Warrington), 1915 - 31
M. Scott & Co. Ltd., 1897 - 1923
Sociedad Espanola de Aceites Vegetale, 1901 - 28
Egyptian Salt & Soda Co. Ltd., 1900 - 1931
The Federal Oil Mills Ltd., 1897 - 1913
Farmers Co. Ltd. (Brigg), 1882 - 1913
W.J. Robertson & Co. Ltd., (Edinburgh), 1903 - 25
F. Albrecht & Co. (L'pool), 1910 - 25
Geo. Fletcher & Co. Ltd. (Derby), 1893 - 1913
Gillespie Bros. (London), 1899 - 1903
Gillespie & Co. Ltd. 1900 - 05

Book  DBR/836  1880-1930

Contents:
Gillespie & Co., 1905 - 10
Mitsui & Co. Ltd., 1889 - 1915
Doughty, Son and Richardson, 1888 - 1920
Takata & Co. (London), 1889 - 1914
Sowerby & Co., 1898 - 1930
Ensique Payton Ltd., 1899 - 14
A.T. Jones, 1901 - 19
Cowie Bros. & Co., 1906 - 23
Federal Oil Mills, 1913 - 28
Chambers & Fargus, 1880 - 1925
J.G. Valdvieso, 1905 - 09
Marshall, Sons & Co., 1893 - 1919
Hull Oil Manufacturing Co., 1913 - 22
Alex Young & Co., 1899 - 1919

Book  DBR/837  1822-1933

Contents:
Hepworth Bros., 1912 - 20
Steel Bros. and Co. Ltd., 1913 - 25
Stanley Earle & Co., Ltd., 1904 - 33
E.E. Keighley, 1912 - 24
Durant Radford & Co. Ltd., 1914 - 32
John Birch & Co. Ltd. (London), 1899 - 1921
Nobel's Explosives Co., 1914 - 15
Higginbotham & Co. Ltd., 1901 - 02
Walker & Smith, 1822 - 1900
Luis Pous, 1902 - 17
Gillespie Bros. & Co., 1903 - 31
Sadler Firth & Ross, 1888 - 1911
Bennetts of Grimsby Ltd., 1914 - 17
Hi jo de Luis Pous Clerch, 1914 - 17
Francisco Navarno on account og Antonio Diaz de Leon & Hi jos Mazatlan, 1913
James Calder & Co. Ltd., 1912 - 19
W. Hopper & Co. (Moscow), 1902 - 14
Oliefabrieken Calve - Delft. or Huileries Calve-Delft, 1914 - 17
G.E. Littlejohn, 1911 - 18

Book  DBR/838  1883-1932

Contents:
V.S. Kishevitch, 1911 - 14
The Periodical Syndicate Ltd., 1914 - 16
W. Lancaster Moore & Co., 1912 - 18
Jacques Peres, 1913 - 24
J.B. Storey & Co., 1913 - 25
Brown & Polson, 1901 - 32
The Pericard Syndicate, 1914
H.F. And Lee Smith, 1904 - 23
Sabadell & Henry (Barcelona), 1906
Tal Vande Freres & Donault, 1896 - 1931
Jose Feixeina Soares & Co., 1912 - 14.
Bessler Waechter & Co. Ltd., 1905 - 11
Airedale Chemical Co. (Shipley Grease and Fertilizer Co.) 1913 - 20
James Pollock Sons & Co. (agents for Howarth, Erskine Ltd. (Singapore), 1901 - 23
Edward Manser & Co., 1883 - 17
Ayre Bros., 1912 - 24
J.M. Summer & Co., 1883 - 1911
Kay Dyhr, 1906 - 07
Jacob Holm & Sonner, 1910 - 24
The Portugese Government, 1913
Anglo-Chinese Eastern TRading CO., 1915
Aalbong Oil Mills (Danske Oliemoller Saebefabrikker) 1892-1924
Loders & Nucoline Ltd., 1915-20
Mr. Barlow (Hong Kong) 1901-07
Aberdeen Lime Co., 1883 - 1908
Leith Cottonseed Oil Co., 1906

Book  DBR/839  1882-1934

Contents:
Sendall & Wade, 1906-31
John Knight, Ltd. 1882 - 1931
A. & S. Henry & Co. (London), 1914-19
R.N.G. Knight (Nevis Ltd.), 1906-08
Begg, Sutherland & Co. (Hope Bros.,)
J.T. Craig & Co., Premier Oil Mills Ltd., (Cawnpore), 1908-20
The Wah Chong Oil Mill Co. Ltd., 1911-12
Loders & Nucoline Ltd., 1920-31
Aitken & Co., 1902 - 31
Premier Oil Extracting Co., 1907
Haircorn Ltd., 1902-03
The Distillers Utilization & Feeding Co., 1900-03
Beith Stevenson & Co., 1902
The Ceylon Tea Plantations Co., 1902-05
Compania Jabonera Union, 1900-05
Thos. Cook & Sons, (Egypt) Ltd., 1901-34
Kwong Sung Oil Mills, 1910-23
H.M. Leask & Co., 1886 - 1924
Marshall & Sons & Co., 1919-22
E.A. Ehlinger & Co. Ltd., 1914-19
Henry Leake & Sons (Kings Lynn), 1915-25
Wray Sanderson & Co. Ltd., 1915-24
The Farmers Co., 1913-25
Mitsui & Co. Ltd., 1916-20
Enrique Peyton Ltd., 1915-32
A.T. Jones (Hull) Ltd., 1919

Book  DBR/840  1876-1934

Contents:
E.Mansen & Co., 1917-20
W.C. Kendall & Sons (Grimsby), 1909
J. Sumner & Co., 1912
Benjamin Franklin, 1913-21
Farmers Co., 1925-7
Anglo-Chinese Eastern Trading Co., 1915-28
Eli Bouchard (Bouchard & Barlow of Hong Kong), 1907-9
British Margarine Trade Supplies Ltd., 1918-20
Aberdeen Lime Co., 1908-24
Leith Cottonseed Oil Co., 1907-27
Simmonds, Hunt & Montgomery Ltd., 1922-30
Norbet Cardon, 1919-28
R.C. Tipper & Son, 1877 - 1919
Chamberlain Donner & Co., 1911-21
Aberdeen Commercial Co., 1876-1919
Mayirdle Oil Mills Co. (Durban), 1910-20
Aysh Nyc & Co. Ltd. (Bristol), 1919 - 22
Dah Yue Oil Mills Co., 1911 - 20
Jamal Bros. & Co., 1916 - 21
P. Marchand Freres et Cie, 1879 - 19
Mohn Bros. & Co., 1907-14
Babcox & Wilcox Ltd., 1905
Peidro Martinto (Lima), 1910 - 22
Leven Bros. & Co. Ltd., 1920 - 25
Waterloo Mills Co. (Chambers & Co., Thorne), 1919-34
Northern Agric. Co. Ltd., 1920 - 28
Shanghai Office (Messrs. R.D. & T. (Far East) Ltd.), 1912-23
Hull Corporation, 1880 - 1925
Criddle & Co. (E. Billington & Son), 1906 - 28
Adamjee Lukmanjee (Colombo) 1907 - 30
Y.C. Ching (Peiyang Oil Mill), 1919 - 21
Mogi & Co., 1919
A. Young (London) Ltd., 1919 - 34

Book  DBR/841  1875-1934

Contents:
B.O.C.M. (and firms taken over by B.O.C.M.):
Pearson & Bailey (Britannia Mill), 1877 - 83
Edwin Robson, 1890 - 1900
Stephen Bros., 1895 - 1900
J. Rank Ltd. (Eagle Mills), 1897 - 1903
Wright Bros. 1896 - 1900
Stuart & Gregson, 1888 - 1902
Willows Halt & Willows, 1875 - 1902
B.O.C.M. (Hull Mills) 1900 - 1924
Bodart Freres (Union Mill, London), 1877 - 84
B.O.C.M. (London Branch), 1902 - 33
B.O.C.M. (Manchester Branch), 1910 - 34
Pearson Bros. (Gainsborough), 1875 - 34
Foster Bros. (Gloucester), 1877 - 1931
Stewart Bros. & Spencer (Rochester), 1887 - 1910
B.O.C.M. (Rochester Branch), 1911 - 33

Book  DBR/842  1891-1934

Contents:
Spillers & Bakers, Ltd., 1893 - 1918
Jones Burton & Co. (L'pool), 1891 - 1929
Planters' Stores & Agency Co., 1919 - 20
Spencer Kellogg & Sons Ltd., 1911 - 29
Flavio Gerbolini, Lima (La "Victoria" Fabrica y Refineria de Aceite), 1904 - 25
Dixon & Cardus Ltd., 1915 - 32
Brooks & Doxey Ltd., 1916 - 20
Duncan Fox & Co. (L'pool, Manchester & London), 1855 - 1926
J.A. Bagly (Lima), 1895 - 1930
Bates Stokes & Co. (for Paul D. Boza and E.F. Wagner), 1892 - 1928
S.E. Ginmala (Delagoa Bay), 1910 - 29
Arracan Co. (later Ellerman's Arracan Rice & Trdg. Co.), 1906 - 25
W.H. Brady & Co., 1921
F. Street & Co. (London and Lisbon) 1905 - 19
C.N. Wadia (J.J. Gazdar, Era Oil and Soap Manufacturing Co., Sawasmati Oil Mfg. Co., Ahmedabad), 1905 - 26
The Borneo Co. Ltd. (Thie Heng Bee Rice and Oil Mills Co.), 1912 - 25
Macfisheries Ltd., 1920
Hong Cheong Oil Mill (Singapore) (Hup Chiang Chan), 1919 - 22
Yee Wo Chan, 1911 - 22
Ho Hong Oil Mill Co., 1915 - 34
Burtenshaw & Co., 1907 - 15
Raspe and Paschen, 1908 - 12
Olivier & Co., Shanghai, 1919
Subra Carbonell & Co. (Barcelona), 1892 - 1924
Tay Hock Siangs Esq. (Penang), 1919 - 20
Henry Kendall & Sons (London), 1917 - 34

Book  DBR/843  1876-1934

Contents:
B.O.C.M. and (firms taken over by B.O.C.M.):
Pheonix Oil Mills Co. (L'pool), 1876 - 1900
B.O.C.M. (Palatine Oil Mills Co., L'pool) 1902 - 24
B.O.C.M. (L'pool Branch), 1886 - 1919
Croad & Brown (Bridgewater), 1895 - 1902
G. Mason & Co. (Ipswich), 1875 - 1913
John Robinson & Co. (Bristol), 1904 - 22
Pearson, Beckitt & Co. (Glasgow), 1876 - 1922
Bernard & Co. (Leith), 1878 - 1934
D. Russell & Co. (Burntisland), 1876 - 25
British Extracting Co. Ltd. (Hull), 1917 - 26
The Hull Oil Manufacturing Co., 1922 - 5

Book  DBR/844  1875-1932

Contents:
Agricultural Bone Manure Works, Bridlington (Cross Bone Manure and Lime Co. (1918 - 24)
P.Y. Gassin (Albert Oil Mills) Port Luis, 1911-21
Grunberg & Co. (F. Grunberg & Selmanovici, Label & Gruenberg, "Etna", Fabrica de Weiuri Vegetate (Sigmund Grunberg), Galatz, 1905 - 24
F.C. Matthews Sons & Co., 1875 - 1924
Earles & King (L'pool), 1875 - 1919
Barton & Waterhouse Ltd., Hull (Barton's Seed Crushing Mills), 1877 - 1920
J.C. Barker Sons & Co., 1906 - 20
Walter Graham & Co. (London), 1923 - 25
Chronological list of cake nut machines supplied, 1917 - 30, and cake nut rolls, 1917 - 31
The Goole Tillage Co. Ltd., 1909 - 32
D.M. Wallace & Sons (Kelso), 1914 - 21
The Nutrimal Feed Co. (Glasgow) 1910 - 19
Lanes. Chemical Manure Co. Ltd., 1918 - 20
Jeremiah Lyon & Co. (London), 1892 - 1927
A. Fontes & Co. (Manchester), 1894 - 1926
George Hopkins & Sons (London), 1907 - 31
The Mana Co. (Cadishead), 1916 - 20
Rowntree & Co. Ltd. (York), 1915 - 25
Whyte, Risdale & Co. Ltd. (London), 1918
Wilson Baird (Glasgow), 1918 - 20
Société des Huiberies & Savonmeries D' Egypte (Alexandria), 1890 - 1903
A. Schinina & Co. (Antoci-Vitale & Co. (Sicily), 1904 - 08
Luigi Bordoni, 1908 - 13
Gaslini & Co., 1905 - 35
F. Corsi, 1907 - 14
L. Tornaghi (Monza), 1910 - 25
The Société des Huiberies at Savonmeries du Delta (Cairo), 1919 - 23
Société des Industries Egyptiennes (Cairo), 1919
Castellamos & Delucchi (Castellamos & Mané, P Mane & Co.), Montevideo, 1887 - 1922
Walker Bros. (London), 1896 - 1919

Book  DBR/845  1882-1935

Contents:
James Greaves & Co. (Manchester), 1899 - 1922
Reckitt & Sons Ltd. (Hull), 1908 - 33
Schill, Seebohm & Co. Ltd. (Schill Bros. Ltd.), Manchester, 1913 - 29
Danske Obemoller Og Saebefabrikker, 1925
M. Samuel & Co., 1919
T. Ovens & Sons (Leith), 1918 - 32
Cliffords Ltd., (Peterboroug), 1920
Okura & Co. (London), 1907 - 34
A.B. Leguia (Anglo Pacific Estates Ltd.), 1915 - 19
Hilterman Bros. (Manchester), 1886 - 1925
G. Garrett & Co. (Glasgow), 1922 - 24
G.M. Grey, Northumberland (Grey Bros., Uganda), 1922 - 23
The Indian Government, 1900 - 23
W.S.H. Bevin & Co. Ltd. (L'pool), 1921 - 31
Desmarais Freres (Harvre), 1888 - 1916
Nyassa Consolidated Ltd. (London), 1920
Barlows Ltd. (Manchester), 1920 - 21
African Lakes Corporation Ltd., 1887 - 1916
Cadbury Bros. (Bournville), 1892 - 1933
Robbe Freres (Dieppe), 1895 - 1924
J.K. Gilliat & Co. (London), 1920
H. & W. Grier Ltd. (London)
H. Rogerson & Co. (Wolverhampton), 1877 - 1935
W.R. Bland & Co., 1910 - 35
J.B. Barry & Son (London), 1882 - 1935
Henckell Au. Buisson & Co., 1907 - 13
C. Michel & Co. (Mexico), 1910 - 13
Fry Miers & Co. (London), 1912
Irrawaddy Flotilla Co. Ltd., 1911 - 13

Book  DBR/845  1898-1935

Contents:
Schlubach, Theimer & Co. (Hamburg), 1909 - 14
Millin & Allen Ltd. (Glasgow), 1905 - 13.
Datcho Bankoff (Belgium), 1911 - 23
C.J. Bowning & Co. (Grimsby), 1917 - 34
A.R. Brown (London), 1908 - 14
W.R. Roberts & Co. (L'pool), 1902 - 14
H.B. Penny & Co. Ltd. (B'ham), 1908 - 24
H. Hodge (Hull), 1898 - 1918
Yik Shing Tung, 1913
Bullock Bros. & Co. (London), 1913
Zoppi Podesta & Cia (Buenos Aires), 1913
Leetham & Sons (York), 1913
Crosa & Gogliardi (Asuncion), 1914
Jose Maurovitch (J. Boccardo & Co.), 1910 - 11
The East Asiatic Co. (Danske Soyakagefabric, United Baltic Corporation), 1909 - 35
J. Liotard & Sestier, 1911
Tod, Thomson & Co. (Leith), 1879 - 1924
Frame & Co. (London), 1911 - 18
Jean Fotios, Fils & Co. (Egypt), 1911 - 35
Goldstu Ch., Mainze & Co. (Hull), 1911
E.S. Attia (Rangood), 1910 - 30
Konff & Honsberg (Remscheid), 1911
Vinda de Lavin & Co., 1911
David Bridge & Co. Ltd. (Manchester), 1912 - 33
Garton Hill & Co. (London), 1912 - 16
James Abernethy & Co., 1908 - 27
Armaud & Deowne (Marseilles), 1915 - 17
Jose D. Macia, 1905 - 07
Smith Rathbone & Co. (L'pool) for the Australian Cotton Growing Association (Sydney), 1922-23
Salch H. El-Sayed (Egypt), 1922-6
Norman, Clark, Dunlop & Co. Ltd. (London), 1910 - 22

Book  DBR/846  1876-1935

Contents:
S.E. Bauberger (Bauberger & Spitzer), Bucarest, 1909 - 11
Société Co-operative Cottonière D'Oleansville, 1910
Dodwell & Co. Ltd., 1908 - 12
The Manchester Oilseed Crushers Ltd., 1910
The Burmah Engineering & Trading Co. Ltd. (Glasgow), 1910 - 11
Keymer, Son & Co. (London), 1910 - 32
Boustead Bros. (London), 1910
A.A. Bromley & Co. (L'pool) (Liverpool Animal Slaughtering Co. Ltd., 1910 - 11
Societa Anonima Molini Zopfi (Bergani) 1910 - 11
Taylor & Co. (L'pool), 1911
J.E. De Bruyn (Termonde), 1876 - 1915
Meggitt Ltd. (New South Wales), 1910 - 35
The Orient Co. Ltd. (London), 1897 - 1922
Société Internationale de Plantations et de Finance, 1920-21
J. Lowensohn, 1910 - 11
International Export Co. (Kiangsu) Ltd., 1919
The War Office (Inc. Northern Command, York), 1914 - 21
Geo. Jule & Co. (London), 1900 - 20
Gordon Woodroffe & Co. (London), 1920 - 29
A. Olier & Co., 1920
River Plate Fresh Meat Co. Ltd. (London), 1908
A. Ruffer & Sons (London), 1908 - 11
Somme' & Sundt (Bilbao), 1908 - 9
Cooper & White (London), 1908 - 9
Mower, Cotterell & Co. (Rangoon) or Marshall, Cotterell & Co. (London), 1908 - 14

Book  DBR/847  1885-1934

Contents:
T.F. Craddock (London), 1909 - 10
Alec M. Smith & Co. Ltd. (L'pool), 1909 - 19
Maiserie des Brasseurs Reuris Societe Anonyme (Alost), 1909 - 13
Bombay, Baroda & Central India Rly. Co., 1890 - 1923
Younghusband, Barnes & Co. (London) 1889 - 1909
V. Ackermann (St. Petersburgh), 1896 - 1907
Veithardt & Hall Ltd. (London), 1907 -08
V.M. Hermanas (Cadiz), 1890 - 91
Tafia & Sobrino (Bilbao), 1900 - 01
A. & N. Mamontoff Bros. Ltd. (Moscow), 1895 - 12
Pinto Leite & Nephews, 1887 - 1908
Overmann & Co., 1907 - 12
Baeplein & Co. (Manchester), 1906 - 26
Hopkins, Causer & Hopkins (B'ham), 1908
Gulthrie & Co. Ltd., 1908 - 25
F. Mattrazzo & Cia (S. Paolo), 1908
Torromé, Sons & Co. (London), 1908 -09
Chisholme & Hendry Bros. Ltd. (Glasgow), 1905 - 13
Bremer Oelfabrik (Bremen), 1890 - 1908
Rosing Bros. & Co. Ltd. (London), 1885 - 1934
S.H. Johnson & Co. Ltd. (London), 1895 - 1911
M.B. Messulam & Co. (Manchester), 1909
W. Muellers Successors & Co. (St. Petersburg), 1908-09
W. & H.M. Goulding Ltd. (Dublin), E. O'Keefe Ltd., 1906 - 22
OHo Hoffman & Co. (Manchester), 1902 - 09
Cereal Machine Co. Ltd. (Buenos Aires), 1921 - 22
Cowie Bros. & Co. Ltd. (Glasgow), 1923 - 27

Book  DBR/848  1895-1932

Contents:
Crown Agents for the Colonies, 1904 - 32
G.R. Northmann (Santos), 1909 - 20
Capt. Kiriacescu (Rowmania), 1908
Barreto & Co. (Pernambuco), 1907
Ivan N. Mamontoff (St. Petersburgh), 1895 - 98
Thos. Corlett & Sons & T.B. Cowley Ltd. (Isle of Man), 1922
Wm. Holgate & Sons (L'pool), 1922 - 34
North Shore Mill Co. Ltd. (L'pool), 1922 - 31
Olympia Oil & Cake Co. Ltd. (Selby), 1923 - 31
R.E. Bray & Co. (London), 1919
Jurgens Ltd. (Purfleet), 1918 - 23
Adolfo Thomälen (Hamburg), 1903 - 14
J.H. Fenner & Co. Ltd. (Hull), 1885 - 1932
Huileries D'Abidjan Ltd. (1920-1)
McDougall & Yalding Ltd., 1922 - 25
The Cotton and Tobacco Exporting Co. Ltd. (Transvaal), 1922-7
Lloyds Packing Warehouses Ltd. (Manchester), 1921 - 23
Somerset & Co. Ltd. (Manchester), 1920 - 23
Barlows Ltd. (Manchester), 1920 - 21
Fleming's Oil & Chemical Co. Ltd. (London) or Fleming's Roumanial Oil Co. Ltd. (London), 1893-1905
Harvey Engineering Co. Ltd., 1905 - 13
T.A. Martin & Co. (London), 1905 - 09
Juan Kloss, 1905
J.W. Hobbs (Grimsby) 1906 - 14
Arnhold, Karberg & Co. (London), 1906 - 07
Wm. Kay & Co. Shanghai, 1913-14
Tai Kee (Kiangnan Conservancy Administration of the Chinese Govt.), 1919
Mr. Kanzaki (Tokio), 1907
Yokkaichi Oil Mill Co., 1907
Japan Cotton Trading Co. Ltd., 1911 - 25
Kiangnan Dock & Engineering Works (Shanghai), 1914
Padros Hermanos (Catacaos), 1906 - 08

Book  DBR/849  1897-1935

Contents:
East Riding Mental Hospital (Beverley), 1897 - 1924
Aiton & Co. (London), 1906 - 24
Industrie Voorkeen Noot Lout & Co. (Java), 1906 - 08
The Sudan Government, 1906 - 16
Johnson, Clapham & Morris Ltd. (Manchester), 1906 - 24
A. Sanderson & Co. (Hull), 1906
Furio Rieti (Khartown), 1906
S. Frichs (Haphus), 1907 - 08
R.D. Galbraith & Co. (London), 1905
The Scottish Ganide Co. Ltd. (Leven), 1905
Association Cottoniere Coloniale (Paris), 1907
E. Ayulo & Co. (London & Paris), 1905 - 06
N.E. Rly. Co. and L.N.E.R., 1897 - 1932
A.M. Vretta (Salonica), 1905
Bennie & Kitchen (London), 1905
W.H. Edwardes & Co. Ltd. (London), 1907 - 08
The Soudan Development and Exploration Co. Ltd., 1901 - 05
Breslauer Oilfabriken Actungesellschaft, 1904 - 06
Avelino Aramago & Co., 1905
Howard Marsh (Derby), 1905
Ellenborough Colliery Co. Ltd. (Maryport) 1905
North Shields Fish Guard & Oil Co. Ltd., 1904 - 34
Thorburns Soners Aktiebolag, 1899 - 1927
Richardsons, Westgarth & Co. Ltd., 1906 - 19
Whiffen and Sons Ltd., 1923 - 35
J.M. Wotherpoon & Co. Ltd., 1923 - 32
Grace Bros. & Co. Ltd. (London), 1922 - 08
The Montserrat Co. Ltd. (B'ham), 1923 - 35
The Driffield Pure Linseed, Cotton and Union Cake Co., 1923 - 33
Erith Oil Works (Near London), 1915 - 28
East Hull Gas Co., 1922 - 31
W. Swan (Shipley), 1923

Book  DBR/850  1875-1925

Contents:
J. Hugh Marshall & Partners, 1923 - 29
G. Armstrong & Co. Ltd., London (B.O.C.M.), 1923-25
Severino Mateo (Santander), 1923
South Australian Oil and Stock Food Milling Co. Ltd., (Adelaide), 1923
Harrisons Ramsay Proprietary Ltd. (London), 1923
Cartos Young (Mexico), 1923 - 25
Turner, Schlon & Co. (London), 1901 - 03
J.C. Simonds & Son (Boston), 1875 - 1903
E.R.C. Biggs, 1903.
The Dutch Government (incl. The Director of Public Works, Curacoa), 1886 - 1912
Henry K. Dawson & Co., 1903 - 06
Wm. Gray and Sons Ltd. (Hull), 1875 - 1910
Minnlu Watson & Co. Ltd. (Glasgow), 1903-4
Nathane Co. (Genoa), 1903 - 13
Adolph Crosbie Ltd. (Wolverhampton), 1903 - 04
Bellamy, Walker, Hill & Co. (L'pool), 1902 - 04
C.J. Backhouse (Ceylon), 1904
Alfred Dale (Mansouhah), 1889 - 1910
Carlos Hinderer (Madrid), 1904
McColl & Rogers (Bristol), 1904
W. Gray & Co. (Lead merchants, Hull), 1892 - 06
E.G. Sheward (London), 1904
A.G.W. Anderson (Bristol), 1904
I.P. Werner (London), 1984
J.H. Tozer & Son (London), 1889 - 1904
A. Wagner (London) 1904
Michael J. Nasser (Syria) 1904
R. Boker & Co. (Mexico), 1904
Felster & Co. (Riga), (Rigaer Eisengiesserie and Maschinenfabrik), 1890 - 1904
The Surbiton District Council (Dick, Kerr & Co. Ltd.) 1913 - 14
Skelton & Shofield (London), 1904
Rossback Bros. (Pernambuco), 1897 - 1901
A. & P. Souzdalz - Oushakoff, 1901 - 02
O.J. Cattley
International Pneumatic Tool Co. Ltd., 1901 - 02
J. Davidoff & Co. (Moscow), 1893 - 1924

Book  DBR/851  1887-1933

Contents:
Wicklow Harbour Commissioners, 1900 - 11
J. Miller & Sons, Leith (Russian Steam Oil Mills), 1901 - 04.
Kirkpatrick, Barr & Payton, 1901 - 02
Tibunio Acha (Bilbao), 1901 - 02
A. Jaume, Hermanos & Co. (Montevideo), 1901
The Eastern Trading Co., 1901
Thomson Hankey & Co., 1899 - 1933
N. & A. Ten Mikirtichoff Bros. (Moscow), 1901 - 03
J.G. Davidson (Caledonian Canal) (Inverness), 1891 - 1905
G. McBain (Shanghai), 1901 - 02
J. Balfour & Co. (Leven), 1887 - 1921
Schmidt, Kustermann & Co. (Penang), 1902
Shallis & Duncan (Bombay), 1902
The Liverpool Malt Co., 1902 - 03
N. Jacobsohn, H.L. Lifschitz & Co. (Minsk), 1902
Arthur Koppel (London), 1902 - 03
J. McEwan & Co. Ltd. (London), 1902 - 27
Man Kin-Bia Lin Tea-Ling, 1914
H. Courteen (London), 1902
L.V. Loiso, 1900 - 02
Kynoch Ltd. (B'ham), 1899 - 1906
J.J. Correa (Maranhao), 1899
W. Zukowsky (St. Petersburg), 1899 - 1912
S.W. Yakowleff & Co., 1898 - 99
The Turkestan Co. N.D.
G. Shaikhtyeb & Co., 1899 - 1904
Alex. Algoard (Bergin), 1899
Thos. Leach, 1900 - 16
Simpson & Bower (Aberdeen), 1899 - 1901
Zebril Foods Co. Ltd. (Alberton), 1900
John Anderson & Co. (New Zealand), 1900
Agar Grosse Co. Ltd., 1900 - 35
M.D. Block, 1900
A. & E. Markwick, 1900
C.D. Ede (London), 1900
Korovkin Bros., 1900
S.H. Segalla, 1900
Sada - Nand Bros., 1900 - 01
Ponornareff Bros., 1900
Colhurst & Harding, 1900 - 01
Vhegnthart & Zonen, 1897 - 03
Wythes Bros., 1898
J.J. Andrcef, 1896 - 98
Gratsheff's Engineering Co., 1898
A.F. Trube, 1898

Book  DBR/852  1888-1928

Contents:
Gustave List Ltd., 1888 - 98
Eissen, Emanuel, 1898
H.W. Verloon & Co., 1896 - 98
Arbuthnot Latham & Co., 1898
A. Van Viegen, 1898
A. Hobbelinck, 1898
Jamesjee & Maneckjee, 1894 - 98
Grimsdale & Sons, 1898
B. Kostomlatsky, 1899
J. Macpherson & Co., 1899
Rosenstern & Co. (Dundee), 1897 - 99
Bhagat Singh, 1899
Park Macfadgen & Co., 1899
W.H. Penistan, 1899
Malyszczychi (St.) i S - Ka, 1895
Braniff Y & Co., 1895
W. Eggens, (St. Petersburg), 1896
The Ruhrorten Oelfabrik, 1896
W. Shertiger (Adlbong), 1891 - 96
Bird & Sons, Cardiff, 1896
Ferd. Flashoff (London), 1896
Graham Rowe & Co., 1897 - 1928
M. Zano, 1895 - 97
Mr. Keen, 1897
Ransome, Sims & Jefferies, 1897
J.G. Neville & Co., 1891 - 97
E.M. Palacio, 1897
Aunelio Percy (Lima), 1897
Pitts, Son & Kirppy, 1897
C. Maschivitz, Jr., 1897
Lipman & Jeffeken, 1893
Sheldon & Gerdtzen, 1893
Ellershaw & Sons, 1893
Orlandi & Co. (Cairo), 1894
Mr. Ashdown, 1894
Blood Woolfe & Co., 1892 - 94
Campagnie de Culture Cotonniere du Niger, 1924 - 28
F.L. Stewart, 1924
M. Delamte, 1890 - 94
Houllier Blanchard, 1894
DeJersey & Co., Manchester, 1894
E.J. Arbib & Co., 1894
J. Horne & Co., 1890 - 4
Jorge Lacayo & Sons, 1924
Rambla Bouza & Co., 1924
R.D. & T. Ltd. (Far East), 1924
The London Merchant Bank Ltd., 1883 - 1924
Gubbins & Co. (Lima), 1924
Pedro Martinto, 1924 - 26
Turner & Co. (L'pool), 1895
Gray Dawes & Co., 1895
Koecher & Co. (Manchester), 1895
The Chilian Government, N.D.
J. Screefton esq., 1889 - 91

Book  DBR/853  1885-1928

Contents:
Trollhalte Aljeslgeni Aktiebolag, 1891 - 92
Deutsch & Co., 1891
Rofel Gorria Esq., 1891
H.W.T. Hill (London), 1891 - 92
Thompson & Co. (Fish Dock), 1892
Bristol Channel Malting Co., 1892
The Weser Co. (Bremen), 1892
J. Samuelson & Sons (L'pool), 1888 - 92
H.J. Stockton, 1893
P.M. Courtgi & Co., 1893
J. Lilly & Sons, 1892
J.H. Vakasseur & Co., 1892 - 1928
Schaffer, Hahn & Begrens, 1892
Finlay, Campbell & Co., 1892
Raulh Boza, 1892
Lobnitz & Co., Engineers, 1893
W.P. English (Hull), 1893
R.P. Fischer, 1893
M. Farjon, 1893
Wanoff Bros. (Russia), 1879 - 93
J. Horne, N.D.
M. Delanue, 1885 - 90
B. Pickering (Hull), 1886 - 91
Van Hengel & Levensvelt, 1889
Ogilvy Gillandens & Co., 1889
P.W.W. Kildal & Co., 1889
E.M. Langworthy, 1889
The Agricultural and Horticultural Society, London, 1889
Mr. G. Mitchell Savan, 1889
T.W. Brook & Co., 1890
Walsh Lovett & Co., 1890
C. Prevet & Co., 1890
Leech Harrison & Forwood, 1891
John Spencer, Glasgow, 1891
Hill & Gomes (Manchester), 1891
Schippers & Co., 1891
Douglas & Grant, 1891
E. Pecher & Co. (Manchester), 1888
Joseph Rostock (Germany), 1886
Jessop & Co., 1886 - 88
Leferre & Co. (London), 1886
Negretti & Zamba, 1886
J.Z. de Pool, 1886
M. Junge (Germany), 1887
Jacob Faust (Germany), 1887
Giblain & Co. (France), 1887
D. Hald & Co. (Stockholm), 1886 - 88
A.J. Brannstein, 1888
Murdoch & Templeton, 1885 - 88
P. Kelencke (London), 1888

Book  DBR/855  1876-1935

Contents:
John Terry & Co. (London), 1888 - 1915
J. Jensen & Co. Ltd. (London), 1888
Jas. Gibbs & Co., 1876 - 1908
Jas. Mitchell & Co. (Dundee), 1876 - 85
Macduff Commercial Co., 1876 - 92
R. Leigh (Teston), 1877 - 79
J.L. Barber & Co., 1875 - 91
W.F. Baths, 1882
F.B. Grotian Esq. (Hull), 1884 - 86
A.M. Shukoff & Co., 1883 - 96
M. Delarne, 1886
Newell Universal Mill Co., (New York) 1883-85
Duncan Stratton & Co., 1923 - 32
Philip Burns & Co., 1923
S. Shlom (Jaffa), 1923
Hugh Highgate & Co. Ltd., 1924 - 25
Hunt Leuchars & Hepburn, 1924 - 25
The Anglo-Egyptian Agency, 1924
W.L. Rogers (Glasgow), 1924
J. Bentley Ltd., 1924 - 33
B.O.C.M. (Hull Mills), 1924 - 27
Overseas Farmers' Cooperative Federations, Ltd., 1924
Aktieselskabet Korn-Og Foderstof Kompagniet, 1924 - 27
British Cotton Growing Association, 1924 - 28
R.D.T. (Far East) Ltd., 1925 - 26
The British Fish Curing Co. Ltd., (Grimsby), 1924 - 31
E. Wilman & Co. Ltd. (Pudsey), 1925 - 28
Germiston Soap & Oil Co. Ltd., 1925
Wray Sanderson & Co., 1925 - 32
Guzarat Oil Mill Co. Ltd., 1924 - 35
Bakubhai & Ambalal Ltd., 1924 - 32
Thos. Andrews & Sons Ltd., 1924
Culleys Expressors Ltd., 1925
Wm. & Juo Lockett, 1925 - 28
J.B. Storey & Co. Ltd., 1925 - 29
The Aberdeen Lime Co., 1925 - 30
James Barnes Lim., 1925

Book  DBR/856  1925-1935

Contents:
Gonzaley Jimency Hermanos, 1925 - 34
M.S. Scott & Co., 1925 - 33
Hull Fish Meal & Oil Co., 1925 - 29
Steel Bros., 1925 - 33
Lever Bros., 1925 - 29
Ellerman's Arracan Rice & Trading Co., 1925 - 34
F. Albreckt & Co., 1925 - 29
R. Silcock & Sons, 1925 - 26
Robt. Kearsley & Co., 1930 - 33
Chambers & Fargus, 1925 - 28
F.C. Giddings & Co., 1925 - 34
Jacob Waltime Co., 1925 - 30
Juan Ferrer & Co., 1925 - 32
Lindeteres - Stokvis, 1925 - 33
W.J. Robertson, 1926 - 35
A. Book, Roberts & Co., Ltd., 1926
Geo. Cohen Sons & Co. Ltd., 1931 - 35
C.A. Sanghavie, 1926
Henry Leake & Son, Kings Lynn, 1926 - 32
Duncan Fox & Co., 1927 - 34
R.D. & T. (Far East) Ltd., (Sun Wo Loong & Co., Anglo-Chinese Trading Co. Ltd., Federal Oil Mills, Lih Teh Oil Mill, United Engineers Ltd., James Chang & Son, China Corporation Ltd., Shanghai Electric Construction Co. Ltd., Anglo-Chinese and Eastern Trade Co., Chang Tso Yue), 1926 - 30
The British United Shoe Machinery Co. Ltd., (Leicester), 1926 - 33

Book  DBR/857  1922-1935

Contents:
Pedro Martinto, 1926 - 34
Joseph Ashworth & Sons, 1923 - 35
Joseph Thorkey & Sons Ltd., 1926 - 33
Dempsin Moore & Co. Ltd., 1926 - 27
Mann Taylor & Co. Ltd., 1929 - 32
Milne & Co., 1926
Hull Corporation, 1926 - 33
Dyre & Evans Ltd., 1930 - 33
W.C. Spalding & Co., 1927
The Premier Oil Ext. Mills, 1927 - 35
The Turkish Trading Co. Ltd., 1927 - 32
Cato, Mather & Co., 1927
The Wardle Engineering Co. Ltd., 1926 - 32
J. Curtis Ltd., 1930 - 2
Walter M. Simpson & Co. (L'pool), 1926 - 27
Kolp Coleman & Co., 1922 - 27
W. McKinnon & Co. Ltd., 1927 - 34
Cowie Bros. 1927 - 33
Edward Boustedd & Co. Ltd., 1927
Jose Pires Filho, 1928
B.O.C.M., 1927 - 34
Usines Remy, 1927 - 34
Haste & Brown Ltd., 1927
Usines de Stordeur, 1927 - 30
E.E. Keighley, 1925 - 32
T. Baker & Sons, 1927
James M. Davidson (Glasgow) or The West Coast Fish Guard & Oil Co., 1928

Book  DBR/858  1927-1934

Contents:
The Express Lift Co. Ltd., 1928 - 32
Robert Wilson & Son, 1928
The Philippine Refining Co., 1928
Frank C. Strick & Co. Ltd., 1928 - 29
I.B. Umpleby, 1927 - 28
T.W. Ward Ltd., (Sheffield), 1928 - 34
G. Brocard, 1928
The Kuldip Oil Mills, 1928
Residuous Industraes Ltd., 1928
Etablissment Gratry, 1928
Chambers & Fargus, 1928 - 35
Calthrop Bros., 1928 - 34
The Masaku Cotton Co., 1928 - 34
Joseph Sykes Bros., 1928
I.C.I., 1928 - 34
Yorkshire Tar Distillers Ltd., 1928 - 34
The Aberdeen Fish Meal Co. Ltd., 1928 - 34
Brown & Deighton Ltd., 1928 - 29
W.S. Barron & Son Ltd., 1928
J. Hugh Marshall & Partners, 1929 - 32
Wm. Douglas & Sons Ltd., 1929 - 34
Patons & Baldwins Ltd., 1929
E. Billington & Son Ltd., 1928 - 34
John Mitten & Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen), 1928 - 31
The Farmers Co. Ltd., 1928 - 34
J.H. Vavasseur & Co. Ltd., 1928 - 33
The Anglo-Chinese Eastern Trading Co., 1928 - 34
Robert Stephenson & Sons, 1930
G.C. Dobell & Co. Ltd., 1929 - 34
Chesnutt, Cooper & Co. Ltd., 1929 - 34
F. Albreckt & Co., 1929 - 32
A.L. Bayly & Co., 1922 - 33
J. Beausire & Co., 1930 - 34

Book  DBR/859  1925-1933

Contents:
Sea Products Ltd., 1929 - 30
Boxwell & Co. (Pernambuco), 1929 - 34
The Technical Research Works Ltd., 1929 - 32
The Hull Fish Meal & Oil Co. Ltd., 1929 - 32
F.A.W. Tullock, 1929
Arnott & Co. (London) Ltd., 1929 - 34
James M. Davidson, 1929
British Insulated Cables Ltd., 1929 - 33
The Gandy Belt Manufacturing Co., 1929
The Express Nut Oil & Soap Works Co. Ltd. (Hyam Schwartz), 1930 - 32
Garnett & Taylor, 1930 - 32
Unilever Ltd., 1930 - 31
J.B. Storey & Co., 1930 - 34
Kleinwort, Sons & Co., 1930 - 32
Chachatty Freres, 1930 - 31
Joseph Lucas Ltd., 1930
H. Beare & Son Ltd., 1930
Lufberg & Chandonnier, 1930
R.D.T. (Far East) Ltd., 1930 - 32
Robert Hudson & Sons Ltd., 1930 - 32
G.A. de Tompignac, 1930
Janffred & Gariel, 1930
Manbre & Garton Ltd., 1930 - 33
Fish Foods Ltd., 1930 - 31.
G. & T. Earle Ltd., 1925 - 31

Book  DBR/860  1930-1935

Contents:
J.A. Judice (Fialho), 1930 - 31
Peter Dixon & Sons Ltd., 1930
Columbia Granhophone Co. Ltd., 1930 - 31
Telares de Maracay, 1930 - 33
F. Atkins & Co. Ltd., 1930 - 33
Gillman & Spencer Ltd., 1930 - 32
The British Feeding Malse Milk Products Co., 1930 - 32
C.A. Vandervell & Co., 1930 - 31
Cromwell Laundry Co., 1930 - 32
Kettlewell Sons & Co. Ltd., 1930
Sowerby & Co., Ltd., 1930 - 33
City of Birmingham Salvage Dept., 1930 - 35
Baldwins Ltd., 1930 - 32
Charles Bury, 1931 - 34
H. Beare & Son Ltd., 1930 - 34
Humphreys & Glasgow Ltd., 1931 - 32
Société Coloniale de Representation, 1931
Wm. Evans & Co., 1931
The National Radiator Co. Ltd., 1931 - 34
The British Gas Light Co., 1931 - 32
Ing A. Lonedan, 1931
E.J. Newns Ltd., 1931
Robert Cardon, 1931
W.H. Arnott Yound & Co., 1931
W. & J. Sagar Ltd., 1931 - 33
Christie & Semple, 1931
The Vale Paper Co., 1931
S.E. Ginwala, 1931 - 33
The New London Electron Works, Ltd., 1931 - 35
The Giltbrook Leather Works, Ltd., 1931
The Blackburn Aeroplane & Motor Co., 1931 - 34
Topleys Ltd., 1931
The Distillers Co. Ltd., 1931 - 33
Gillespie Bros. & Co., 1931 - 33
Sellers & Co. (Hudd) Ltd., 1931
Waygood Otis Ltd., 1931

Book  DBR/861  1899-1935

Contents:
Batchelor Robinson & Co., 1931 - 35
The British Fish Curing Co. Ltd., 1931 - 34
Julio Arboleda, 1931
The Eddin Chemical Co. Ltd., 1931
Simmonds, Hunt & Montgomery Ltd., 1931 - 35
Andrew Weir & Co., 1931 - 32
The Jamaica Cocoanut Producers Assoc. Ltd., 1931 - 35
Arcos Ltd., 1931
Blundell Spence & Co., Ltd., 1931 - 32
The Trent Gun & Cartridges, Ltd., 1931
Hinders Ltd., 1931
Borough of Fulham, 1931 - 34
Underwoods Ltd., (London), 1931
Asbestos & Rubber Co. Ltd., 1931
Kinderlein & Co., 1931
Edgar G. Rees Ltd., 1931
H. Holland & Sons, 1931
Hagerup Doughty & Co., Ltd., 1899 - 1904
Buck Hickman Ltd., 1931 - 32
Compania Nacional Co-operative de Aceites, 1931
D. Adamson & Co. Ltd., 1931 - 32
Margarine Union Ltd. (Olympia Oil & Cake Co. Ltd.), 1931 - 35
Unilever Ltd., 1931 - 33
Fish Foods Ltd., 1931 - 35
Crossfields Oil & Cake Co. Ltd., 1932 - 34
Mather & Platt Ltd., 1930 - 35
Carnegie & Watson, 1931
Berks. Bucks. & Oxon. Farmers Ltd., 1929 - 34
G. & T. Earle Ltd., 1931 - 33
Express Lift Co. Ltd., 1932 - 34
Garnett & Taylor, 1932 - 33
Fabrica de Jabon "La Luz" S.A., 1932
Express Nut Oil and Soap Works Ltd., 1932 - 34

Book  DBR/862  1931-1935

Contents:
Hull Fish Meal Co. Ltd., (Hull), 1932 - 35
Richard Hodgson & Sons (Beverley), 1931 - 35
Humber Shipwright Co. Ltd., 1931 - 33
John Knight Ltd., 1932
V. Kilvert & Sons Ltd., 1932 - 34
Kafr - El - Zayat Cotton Co. Ltd., 1932
Henry Leake & Sons, 1932 -35
Lagendizks A. & C. Handel (Igmuiden., Holland), 1931
Chantiers et. Ateliers de Provence (Marseilles), 1932
Edwin Miels & Son Ltd., 1933 - 34
H. Nicholas, 1931
W. & J. Oliver, 1931
The Prospect Laundry, 1931
Pamplin Bros., 1931 - 33
Sir Lindsay Parkinson & Co., 1931
Page & Smith, 1931
I. Pimblot & Sons Ltd., 1932
Rose, Downs & Thompson Ltd. (Hull), 1931 - 33
Ritey Dairies, 1931
C. Raine & Son, 1931
John Roberts & Sons, 1931
Reavell & Co. Ltd., 1931
P. & T. Ross, 1931
Royal Estates Administration (Baghdad), 1932
P. Smit, jr., 1931
St. Andrew Engineering Co. Ltd., 1931 - 33
Suttons, Ltd., 1931 - 34
Simpkin Marshall Ltd., 1931 - 35
Southern Oil Co. Ltd., 1931
Sandport Engineering Co. Ltd., 1932
W.J. Turney & Co. Ltd., 1931

Book  DBR/863  1931-1935

Contents:
Towler & Son Ltd., 1931 - 32
Wandsworth Borough Council, 1931
W.R. Wilkinson & Co, Ltd., 1931 - 32
H. Whitway & Co. Ltd., 1931 - 33
G. & A. Walker, 1932
Wombwell Foundry Co. Ltd., 1932
W.H. Arnott Young & Co., 1931
Verxeniyde Exploitatie Maatschappy (Ymauden Holland) 1931
Airspeed Ltd., 1932 - 34
Ashford Dunn & Co., 1932
G. Anson, 1932
The Amalgamated Coal Syndicate, 1932
Associated Portland Cement Co., 1932
The Ash Co. Ltd., 1932 - 4
Anglo Continental Guano Works Ltd., 1932 - 4
Almeila & Cia (Lucindo), 1932 - 3
The Accumulator Charging Co., 1933
Reginald Aitken, 1933 - 4
Archausky-Manfield Engineering Co. Ltd., 1933 - 5
Ackland Pratten Ltd., 1933
The Distillers Co. Ltd., 1933
Blundell Spence & Co. Ltd., 1933
Bakubhai & Ambalal Ltd., 1932 - 5
Wray Sanderson & Co., 1932 - 5
Bromford Steel Tube Co. Ltd., 1932
Bjorn Tosse Nolle A.K., 1932 - 5
Henry Booth Ltd., 1933
Hijos de Barreras, 1932
Burstwick Sand & Gravel Quarries, 1933
W. Banks & Co. Ltd., 1932 - 3
The Bukedi Cotton Co., 1932 - 4

Book  DBR/864  1932-1935

Contents:
Alexander Black, 1932 - 33
Geo Brown & Co., 1932 - 35
William Burrell, 1932 - 33
The British Dyestuffs Corpn., 1933 - 35
George Clarke & Sons Ltd., 1933 - 35
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet S.A., 1932
R. Christie & Son, 1932
Caledonian Milling Co. (Aberdeen) Ltd., 1932
G. Carr & Son Ltd., 1932
Cleckheator Engineering & Motor Co. Ltd., 1932 - 33
C.W.S. (African Oil Mills), 1933
E.A. Chamberlain Ltd., 1933 - 34
Central Sugar Co. Ltd., 1933 - 34
Distillers Co. Ltd., 1933 - 34
G. & T. Earle, Ltd., 1933 - 35
F.T. Everard & Sons Ltd., 1932
Evans & Reid Coal Co. Ltd., 1933
Faellesforeninger for Danmarks Brugesforeninger Fabrikkel, 1932
Fabrica "La Corona", 1932
Fellows & Co. Ltd., 1932 - 34
F.C. Fisher, 1932 - 34
W.J. Fraser & Co. Ltd., 1933 - 34
Gonzalez (Pantaleon) 1932
The Goole Tillage Co. Ltd., 1933
Alexander Gordon (Kingston Industrial), 1933
Jamal Ramji & Co., 1932 - 34
Kleinwort, Sons & Co., 1932 - 35
Keymen, Son & Co., 1932 - 34

Book  DBR/865  1932-1935

Contents:
Kambala Estates, 1932
E. & H. Kelsey Ltd., 1932
Kingston Industrial Works, 1932 - 35
R. Lecomte, 1932 - 35
Lofthouse & Saltmer Ltd., 1932
Lindeleves Stokvis, 1933 - 34
J. Hugh Marshall & Partners, 1932 - 34
Marshall & Sons (India) Ltd., 1935
Isaac Modiano Frere & Fils, 1932
Mann Nightingale & Co., 1932 - 33
A.J. Mortimore, 1932
Mitchell Bros., 1932
Newton, Bean & Mitchell, 1933
Plymouth Trawlers Ltd., 1932 - 33
Struve & Co., 1933 - 34
R.D.T. (Far East) Ltd., 1932 - 34
Unilever Ltd., 1933 - 35
Warrington Products Co. Ltd., 1933
British Celanese Ltd., 1933
Frederick Braby & Co. Ltd., 1934
Cadbury Bros. Ltd., 1934 - 35
J. Coneybear & Co. Ltd., 1934
The Egyptian Oil Factory, 1934
Greenwood & Batley Ltd., 1933
P. Santos Gil & Co. Ltd., 1934
Heenan & Frougle Ltd., 1934

Book  DBR/866  1934-1935

Contents:
Ingenieurs Bureau Alsen, 1934
Jackson & Philips Ltd., 1934
The Marquess of Bute, 1934
Macedo & Coelho, 1934
Natal Oil Extractors (Propy.) Ltd., (Herbert, Mayne, Jopr & Co. Ltd.), 1934 - 35
Peggy Page, 1934
Soref Bros. Ltd. (for the Progress Soap & Chemical Co.) 1934
Zaki Bey Wissa, 1934 - 35
The Peruvian Trading Corporation Ltd., 1934
The Quasi-Are Co. Ltd., 1934
Chr. Salvesen & Co., 1934
Textil Export & Import, 1933
J.G. Vallarino, 1934 - 35
Dr. E. Wilbuschewich & Co., 1933
Woolcombers Ltd., 1934 - 35
Ho Hong Oil Mills (1931) Ltd., 1934 - 35
Zernys Ltd., 1934
P. Paramythiotis & G. Vouyoucles (R. Pontrenoli & Co. Ricaud Weissman & Co., Leondis Habache & Co.), 1934
The Hull Grinders Ltd., 1934
Lindeteves Slokvis, 1934 - 35
C.F. Dixon Johnson, 1934
John Houlton & Son Ltd., 1934
Fabrica de Aceites y Jabones Nacionales, 1934
The Universal Oil Co. Ltd., 1934
Cussons Sons & Co. Ltd., 1934
Lightstone & Co., 1934
C.T. Bowning & Co. Ltd., 1934 - 35
Panayotti & Bravo, 1934 - 35
Palmafina S.A., 1934
Hendry Bros. (London) Ltd., 1934
Liverpool Uganda Co. Ltd., 1934
Albert E. Melamed, 1934
Kodak Ltd., 1934
Jean Spitalier, 1935
British Ropes Ltd., 1935
The Farmers Co. Ltd., 1935
The West Indian Oil Industries, 1935

Book  DBR/867  1935

Contents:
Berami Oil Palms Ltd., 1935
H. Beare & Sons Ltd., 1935
The Millbay Laundry, Cleaning and Dyeing Co., 1935
A. Walker & Co. (Shanghai), 1935
Olympia Oil & Cake Co. Ltd., 1935
The Nisschin Oil Mills Ltd., 1935
Crescent Utilities Ltd., 1935
Taylor Bros. & Co. Ltd., 1935
Kamphuys & Oly. Cocoa Mills Ltd., 1935
Scott Harding & Co. Ltd., 1935

Cost and charge books (customers series)  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
These books contain a roughly chronological detailed account of the charges and costs of work done for individual customers. On the charge side they give details of the work, its weight, rate of charge and the sum charged. On the cost side they give further details of the work, the cost of stores used, the weight, rate and cost of castings, forgings and sundries, the time spent on the job, the wages paid and the totals. The dates given are the starting dates for the work done for the first and last customer named in each book

Book  DBR/868  March 1890-Nov. 1890

Book  DBR/869  March 1890-May 1891

Book  DBR/870  Jan. 1891-Dec. 1892

Book  DBR/871  July 1891-Oct. 1893

Book  DBR/872  Oct. 1892-March 1894

Book  DBR/873  Dec. 1892-Dec. 1893

Book  DBR/874  Jan. 1894-Dec. 1894

Book  DBR/875  Dec. 1894-Ap. 1896

Book  DBR/876  Aug. 1895-Ap. 1896

Contents:
Indexed

Book  DBR/877  Nov. 1895-July 1897

Contents:
Indexed

Book  DBR/878  Sept. 1896-Dec. 1898

Contents:
Indexed

Book  DBR/879  Oct. 1896-Nov. 1900

Book  DBR/880  July 1897-July 1898

Contents:
Indexed

Book  DBR/881  May 1898-Aug. 1905

Book  DBR/882  Dec. 1898-May 1900

Cost and charge books (internal series)  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
These books give details of expenditure on the general overheads of the business under such headings as loose tools, foundry tools, stables, salaries, stock, shop, office furniture, building repairs, etc. etc. Details given are as in the cost section of the customer series (DBR/868 - 82) less the stock entry

Book  DBR/883  Oct. 1889-Dec. 1895

Book  DBR/884  Aug. 1895-June 1901

Cost books  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Detailed costings of individual jobs. Within each book they are in shop order book order. They giving the same items of information as in the cost section of the customer series of cost and charge books, less the stock entry. Dates given are for the start of the first and last job in each volume. Each volume is indexed.
In addition to the above information volumes DBR/898-899 give hours and costs for drawing, patt and joiner, lathes, machines fitting, boiler makers, yard and shop labour, forging and the total wages

Book  DBR/885  June-July 1902

Book  DBR/886  Feb.-May 1902

Book (cranes)  DBR/887  July 1902-June 1906

Book  DBR/888  July-Oct. 1902

Book  DBR/889  Oct. 1903-Feb. 1903

Book  DBR/890  Ap.-May 1902

Contents:
(Index missing)

Book  DBR/891  Feb. 1903-Ap. 1910

Contents:
(Index missing)

Book  DBR/892  May-Nov. 1903

Contents:
(Index missing)

Book  DBR/893  June 1903-Nov. 1910

Book  DBR/894  July 1904-March 1905

Book  DBR/895  May-Aug. 1905

Book  DBR/896  Jan.-March 1906

Book  DBR/897  Aug. 1906-Sept. 1913

Book  DBR/898  Nov. 1906-Jan. 1907

Book  DBR/899  Jan.-Aug. 1907

Invoice book  DBR/900  July 1898-June 1902

Contents:
Summary of goods purchased, classified under headings such as metal, wood, forgings, moulders sundries, steel forgings, engines and boilers, stone, stationary etc. etc. Gives the name of the supplier, description of the goods, weight, rate of charge and cost

Bought Journals  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Chronological summary of goods purchased giving the name of the supplier, a description of the goods, the total costs and whether these were attributable to general stock purchases, direct purchases, or the foundry, leather, galvanising, coal and coke, or stores accounts. At the end is a summary of credits to be offset against purchases.
Volumes DBR/904-905 give advertising and stationery in addition to the above account classifications. They also have the railway accounts separate from the others

Journal  DBR/901  June 1911-June 1913

Journal  DBR/902  June 1913-Ap. 1915

Journal  DBR/903  May 1915-Oct. 1916

Stock Book  DBR/906  May 1925-May 1935

Contents:
Chronological account of goods taken out of stock with description and name of to whom appropriated. (most of book unused)

Index to DBR/906  DBR/907  1925-1935

Sketch book  DBR/908  1939

Sketch book  DBR/909  Sept. 1939-Sept. 1940

Contents:
Indexed

Sketch book  DBR/910  Sept. 1940-Jan. 1942

Contents:
Indexed

Sketch book  DBR/911  Aug. 1942-Feb. 1943

Contents:
Indexed

Sketch book  DBR/912  Feb.-Nov. 1943

Contents:
Indexed

Sketch book  DBR/913  Nov. 1943-Nov. 1944

Contents:
Indexed

Sketch book  DBR/914  Nov. 1944-June 1945

Contents:
Indexed

Miscellaneous accumulated papers  [no ref. or date]

The partnerships and relations between partners and shareholders  [no ref. or date]

The admission of James Downs to the partnership, 1871  [no ref. or date]

Circular letter informing customers of the change of name  DBR/915  c.1871

Receipts for the capital brought into the firm by James Downs: £1060  DBR/916  17 May 1871

Receipts for the capital brought into the firm by James Downs: £623. 16. 3d  DBR/917  30 May 1871

Receipts for the capital brought into the firm by James Downs: £277  DBR/918  1 June 1871

Receipts for the capital brought into the firm by James Downs: £539. 3. 9d  DBR/919  15 July 1871

Circular letter to customers announcing the admission of J.C. Thompson to the partnership  DBR/920  6 July 1894

A dispute between James Downs and J.C. Thompson, 1878  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence  DBR/921a  8 Apr 1878

Contents:
Lowe Moss & Moss to (J.A. Jackson & Son) (copy)

Correspondence  DBR/921b  11 Apr 1878

Contents:
J.A. Jackson & Son to Messrs. Lowe & Moss (copy)

Correspondence  DBR/922  13 Apr 1878

Contents:
Lowe, Moss & Moss to J.A. Jackson & Sons (copy)

Correspondence  DBR/923  13 Apr 1878

Contents:
J. Downs to J.C. Hewitt (copy)

Correspondence  DBR/924  15 Apr 1878

Contents:
J.A. Jackson & Son to Messrs. Lowe Moss & Moss (copy)

Correspondence: Ib (copy)  DBR/925  17 Apr 1878

Correspondence  DBR/926  21 Apr 1878

Contents:
J.C. Thompson to Wm. Downs, Easter Sunday

Correspondence  DBR/927  21 Apr. 1878

Contents:
J.C. Thompson to James Downs, Easter Sunday

Correspondence  DBR/928  22 Ap. 1878

Contents:
(James Downs?) to J.C. Thompson, (copy)

Correspondence  DBR/929  25 Ap. 1878

Contents:
Fras. Lowe to James Downs

Correspondence  DBR/930  25 Ap. 1878

Contents:
J.C. Thompson to James Downs

Correspondence  DBR/931  30 Ap. 1878

Contents:
(James Downs?) to Mrs. Thompson, (copy)

Correspondence  DBR/932  6 May 1878

Contents:
S. Thompson to (James Downs?)

Correspondence  DBR/933  8 May 1878

Contents:
J.C. Thompson to James Downs

Correspondence  DBR/934  9 May 1878

Contents:
Fras. Lowe to James Downs

Heads of terms of dissolution of partnership (draft and fair copy)  DBR/935-6  n.d. [1878]

Figures and calculations  DBR/937-8  n.d., [1878]

Agreement (draft)  DBR/939  1878

Contents:
Parties: (ia) Milson Rhodes of Manchester, commission agent
b) William Johnston of Hull, hosier
(ii) J.C. Thompson of Hull, engineer
(iii) James Downs of Hull, engineer
Terms for the dissolution of the partnership between (i), (ii) and (iii)

Bill of Costs  DBR/940  Dec. 1877, Dec. 1878

Contents:
Dr. James Downs, Esq.
Cr. Lowe Moss & Moss

Bill of costs  DBR/941  June-Dec. 1878

Contents:
Dr. Messrs. Rose Downs & Thompson
Cr. Lowe Moss & Moss

Will  DBR/942  17 Oct. 1895

Contents:
James Downs of Lillic Hall, Willington Road., Bridlington Quay, chairman and managing director of Rose Downs and Thompson Ltd

Letter from James Downs jr. to James Downs as to the division of profits between the sons of the latter  DBR/943  16 Sept. 1897

Receipt for interest by J.C. Thompson to Rose Downs and Thompson Ltd  DBR/944  18 Dec. 1900

Power of attorney  DBR/945  6 Feb. 1902

Contents:
By James Downs of Bridlington, engineer
To James Downs the younger of Hull, engineer to act for him in any dealings with Messrs.
Rose Downs and Thompson

Letter from James Downs to Messrs. Rose Downs and Thompson resigning his positions as Chairman and Director  DBR/946  20 Nov. 1903

Bill of Costs  DBR/947  July 1902

Contents:
Dr. Messrs. Rose Downs and Thompson Ltd.
Cr. J.T. Woodhouse, Aske and Ferens as to a dispute between J.C. Thompson and Messrs. Downs in which the latter proposed the liquidation of the Company

Receipt by Rose Downs and Thompson Ltd., of £2000 paid by J.C. Thompson for 200 shares  DBR/948  July 1904

Papers dealing with the general state of the business  [no ref. or date]

Annual summary balance sheets giving the assets and liabilities of the firm  DBR/949-51  30 June 1860

(2 copies of one version, one of another)

Annual summary balance sheets giving the assets and liabilities of the firm  DBR/952-3  June 1861

Contents:
(Draft and fair copy)

Annual summary balance sheets giving the assets and liabilities of the firm  DBR/954  30 June 1862

Annual summary balance sheets giving the assets and liabilities of the firm  DBR/955  30 June 1864

Annual summary balance sheets giving the assets and liabilities of the firm  DBR/956  1 July 1872

Report  DBR/957  8 May 1865

Contents:
By Francis Gamble, accountant
On the investigation and examination of the books, accounts, receipts, letters, and other documents of Mrs. Rose of the Old Foundry from 1859 to the present time, with remarks on the general conduct of the business and with suggestions and recommendations for its future management

Valuation of the land and buildings at the Old Foundry by W. Sissons  DBR/958-9  17 Ap. 1867

Contents:
(Draft and fair copy)

Accounts of iron made and sold  DBR/960  20 July 1873-30 Ap. 1874

Accounts of iron made and sold  DBR/961  1 May-12 Sept. 1874

Valuation of the land and buildings  DBR/962  1859

Account of assets and liabilities  DBR/963  1859

Contracts  [no ref. or date]

Agreement  DBR/964  1 Dec. 1863

Contents:
Parties: (i) Christiana Rose of Hull, engineer
(ii) The Driffield and East Riding Pure Linseed Cake Co. Ltd.
Consideration: £1100
(i) To supply and fit up the machinery described in the schedule

Agreement  DBR/965  30 July 1864

Contents:
Parties: (i) Christiana Rose of Hull, engineer
(ii) The Driffield and East Riding Pure Linseed Cake Co. Ltd.
Consideration:
(i) To supply and erect the machinery described in the schedule

Agreement  DBR/966  28 Sept. 1868

Contents:
Parties: (i) Christiana Rose of Hull, engineer
(ii) The Driffield and East Riding Pure Linseed Cake Co.
Consideration: £1284
(i) To supply and erect the machinery described in the schedule

Agreement  DBR/967  1 May 1864

Contents:
Parties: (ia) William Johnson of Hull, hosier
b) Milson Rhodes of Manchester, commission agent.
c) James Downs of Hull, engineer
(iia) W.A. Ayre and b) William Chambers of Hull, seed-crushers
(i) To supply the machinery described in the schedule and erect it at the premises of (ii) in Church St. Sculcoates
Rent: £200 with option to purchase for £850 before 30 June 1875

Staff matters  [no ref. or date]

The appointment of James Downs as manager  [no ref. or date]

Testimonial by James Hunter of James Hunter & Co., Vulcan Works, Worcester  DBR/968A  2 May 1859

Letter from James Hunter to C. Rose  DBR/968B  30 May 1859

Agreement between James Downs and Christiana Rose  DBR/968C  7 June 1859

2 Copies

Indenture of apprenticeship  DBR/969  26 Aug. 1861

Contents:
Parties: (i) Michael Fenton, foreman oil miller of Sculcoates and Michael Fenton, his son, a minor
(ii) Christiana Rose of Hull, iron founder and engineer
Trade of fitter and turner
Wages to be paid as specified

Indenture of apprenticeship  DBR/970  27 Aug. 1861

Contents:
Parties: (i) John Shaw of Sutton, gent., and his son John Shaw
(ii) Christiana Rose of Hull, engineer and millwright
Trade of a mechanical engineer
Wages to be paid as specified

Testimonial by James Bryce of the High School Glasgow as to James Downs  DBR/971  30 Sept. 1872

Letter to Mrs. Thompson  DBR/972  4 July 1893

Contents:
From eight representatives of the employees thanking her for the holiday given them on the day of the Duke of York and The Princess May's wedding

The dismissal of J.R. Foreman for misconduct  [no ref. or date]

Letter from J.R. Foreman to Messrs. Rose Downs & Thompson Ltd. requesting reinstatement  DBR/973  n.d., [1891]

Letter from Rose Downs & Thompson confirming the dismissal (copies)  DBR/974  2 Oct. 1891

Letter from Rose Downs & Thompson confirming the dismissal (copies)  DBR/975  20 Oct. 1891

The Diamond Jubilee, 1897  [no ref. or date]

Notice of one day's paid holiday  DBR/976  22 June 1897

Letter from H. Tate to J.C. Thompson thanking him for the holiday on behalf of the men  DBR/977  16 June 1897

Letter from J.C. Thompson to H. Tate in reply to DBR/977  DBR/978  18 June 1897

Account of expenses in connection with the strike of moulders  DBR/979  1901

Contents:
(Includes the cost of bringing non-union men in from other towns and fees paid to a private enquiry agent etc.) Total: £799. 8s. 5d

Miscellaneous papers relating to business matters  [no ref. or date]

Account for goods supplied to Mr. Wm. Greentham machine maker of Hornsea by the proprietors of Hull Foundry and Forge (Late Duncan Campbell's)  DBR/980  1945-1946

Prices of Steam Engines, Boilers and Machinery made by Mr. Akester as manager for Mrs. C. Rose, Old Foundry  DBR/981  19 July 1851

Price list identical to DBR/981 but naming Martin Samuelson & Co., engineers etc. of Hull, as makers  DBR/982  n.d

Typescript copy of DBR/982  DBR/983  n.d

Letter from T. Sheppard to C. Downs about DBR/982  DBR/984  15 May 1926

Receipts by S. Thompson for money paid to her by J. Downs  DBR/985-92  3 March-8 Ap. 1865

Alphabetical list of oil refiners in Hull  DBR/993  n.d

Contents:
With their addresses and notes on their production capacity

Valuation  DBR/994  15 March 1869

Contents:
By: Mr. Whitham
Of: Machinery, plant, etc. at Phoenix Oil Mills, Norfolk St., L'pool (detailed description and valuation)

Import permit  DBR/995a  23 Feb. 1870

Contents:
Issued by the Minister of the Interior, Belgium
To: J. Downs
For: the importation of hydraulic oil pressing machinery
Specification attached

Copy of the specification in DBR/995  DBR/995B  [1870]

Plans  DBR/996  n.d

The valuation of Pickering's mill by J. Downs  [no ref. or date]

Purchase contract (draft)  DBR/997  11 Oct. 1871

Contents:
Parties: (i) Benjamin Pickering of Hull, seed crusher
(ii) Samuel Sheilds of Hull, merchant
Property: an oil mill in Lime St.
Price: the valuation given by James Downs and George Elliott of Hull, engineers
Payment to be made in the form of a house and land at Patrington called The Penace to be valued by Nathaniel Easton and Charles Johnson,
Acceptances payable in london and a mortgage at 4½% for the remainder
Agreement (draft, pinned to 997) Nov. 1871
To appoint James Downs and Martin Samuelson as valuers in place of James Downs and George Elliott

Note about the sale of foreshore land  DBR/998  N.D

Plan of 960 sq. yds. of land between Lime Street and the River Hull  DBR/999  N.D

Queries addressed to Mr. Downs  DBR/1000  N.D

Summary valuations  DBR/1001-1002  n.d

Detailed valuations and notes  DBR/1003-11  n.d

Bills and receipts: W. Hawkins, Engineer, etc., Clerkenwell Green  DBR/1012-1014  Jan. 1871-Apr. 1872

Bills and receipts: B. Cooke & Sons, opticians of Savile St., Hull  DBR/1015  Jan. 1871-Apr. 1872

Bills and receipts: W. Hawkins, Engineer, etc., Clerkenwell Green  DBR/1016-1018  Jan. 1871-Apr. 1872

Bills and receipts: Henry Holland & Co., London  DBR/1019  Jan. 1871-Apr. 1872

Bills and receipts: W. Hawkins, Engineer, etc., Clerkenwell Green  DBR/1020  Jan. 1871-Apr. 1872

Bills and receipts: Liverpool Oil Mill  DBR/1021  Jan. 1871-Apr. 1872

Bills and receipts: W. Hawkins, Engineer, etc., Clerkenwell Green  DBR/1022  Jan. 1871-Apr. 1872

Bills and receipts: B. Cooke & Sons, opticians of Savile St., Hull  DBR/1023-1025  Jan. 1871-Apr. 1872

Bills and receipts: Liverpool Oil Mill  DBR/1026  Jan. 1871-Apr. 1872

Unidentified weekly accounts  DBR/1027  8 June 1876-31 May 1877

Unidentified weekly accounts  DBR/1028  7 June 1877-28 March 1878

Bill of Costs  DBR/1029  Sept. 1884-Feb. 1885

Contents:
From: J.A. Jackson & Son
To: Messrs. Rose Downs & Thompson

Summary of Capital and Shares (Companies Acts, 1862-83, form E) in Rose Downs and Thompson  DBR/1030  25 Dec. 1903

Report on the financial state of the business  DBR/1031  1 Nov. 1910

Patents  [no ref. or date]

James Downs' patent for improvements in pumps and stops used for working hydraulic presses  [no ref. or date]

Patent Office certificate of receipt of petition, declaration and provisional specification  DBR/1032  10 Oct. 1861

Patent Office certificate of grant of provisional protection  DBR/1033  n.d. [1861]

Patent  DBR/1034  1861

Trial specification  DBR/1035  N.D

Letter from the General Patent Co. Ltd. to J. Downs  DBR/1036  24 Sept. 1861

Letter from the General Patent Co. Ltd. to J. Downs  DBR/1037  8 Oct. 1861

Contents:
Includes Calculations of profits made under a patent to Xmas 1868

Letter from the General Patent Co. Ltd. to J. Downs  DBR/1038  20 Nov. 1861

Letter from the General Patent Co. Ltd. to J. Downs  DBR/1039  24 Dec. 1861

Letter from the General Patent Co. Ltd. to J. Downs  DBR/1040  5 Feb. 1862

James Downs' patent for improved hydraulic presses used for seed crushing, oil expressing and other similar purposes  [no ref. or date]

Provisional specification  DBR/1038  24 Nov. 1869

Final specification  DBR/1039  24 Nov. 1869

James Downs' patent for improvements applicable to hydraulic presses used for seed crushing, oil expressing and other similar purposes  [no ref. or date]

Specification  DBR/1040  N.D

J. Forman's patent for stops  [no ref. or date]

Letter from John G. Wilson, mechanical engineer and draughtsman, British and Foreign Patent Office and Designs Registry, Manchester to J. Downs  DBR/1041  3 Aug. 1871

Letter from John G. Wilson, mechanical engineer and draughtsman, British and Foreign Patent Office and Designs Registry, Manchester to J. Downs  DBR/1042  5 Aug. 1871

Letter from John G. Wilson, mechanical engineer and draughtsman, British and Foreign Patent Office and Designs Registry, Manchester to J. Downs  DBR/1043  28 Aug. 1871

Letter from John G. Wilson, mechanical engineer and draughtsman, British and Foreign Patent Office and Designs Registry, Manchester to J. Downs  DBR/1044  1 Sept. 1871

Letter from John G. Wilson, mechanical engineer and draughtsman, British and Foreign Patent Office and Designs Registry, Manchester to J. Downs  DBR/1045  4 Sept. 1871

Letter from John G. Wilson, mechanical engineer and draughtsman, British and Foreign Patent Office and Designs Registry, Manchester to J. Downs  DBR/1046  5 Oct. 1871

Letter from John G. Wilson, mechanical engineer and draughtsman, British and Foreign Patent Office and Designs Registry, Manchester to J. Downs  DBR/1047  23 Dec. 1871

Letter from John G. Wilson, mechanical engineer and draughtsman, British and Foreign Patent Office and Designs Registry, Manchester to J. Downs  DBR/1048  8 Ap. 1878

Account of patent stops sold 30 June 1871 - 1 Jan. 1872 and receipt by J.R. Forman for money due to him for that period  DBR/1049-50  1871-1872

Agreement  DBR/1051  19 May 1885

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Whitton of Hull, millwright
(ii) Christians Rose of Hull, engineer
Agreements a)(i) to take out a patent for his invention of a hydraulic ram safety valve
b)(i) To licence (ii) to make the valves
c)(ii) To pay (i) royalties as specified

Agreement  DBR/1052  1 March 1870

Contents:
Parties: (i) Francis Virtue, oil mill manager of Liverpool
(ii) George Witton of Hull, millwright
Agreements a)(i) to take out a patent for an invention for registering, maintaining and controlling the pressure upon hydraulic presses
b) The patent to be in the name of (i) but to be at the joint expense and to be the joint property of (i) and (ii)
c) The profits to be divided as specified

Assignment  DBR/1053  28 Sept. 1870

Contents:
Parties: (i) George Whitton of Hull, millwright
(ii) Francis Virtue of Liverpool, oil mill manager
(iii) James Downs of Hull, engineer
Consideration: £24 paid by (iii) to (i)
Assignment by (i) to (iii) of his interest in the letters patent in DBR/1052

Licence (draft)  DBR/1054  1878

Contents:
Parties: (i) Francis Virtue of Hull, oil mill manager
(iia) Milson Rhodes Trading as Rose, Downs and Thompson, engineers
b) William Johnston Trading as Rose, Downs and Thompson, engineers
c) James Downs Trading as Rose, Downs and Thompson, engineers
d) J.C. Thompson Trading as Rose, Downs and Thompson, engineers
Agreements a)(i) to allow (ii) to be the sole manufacturers of his patented improvements in machinery for paring or trimming linseed or other cake
Consideration: £20 to be paid for each machine manufactured

Agreement (draft)  DBR/1055  1878

Contents:
Parties and main terms as in DBR/1054

In the High Court of Justice (Chancery Row) 1870  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
W.M. Force, W.B. Fisher, S.C. Force (J. & C. Moore & Co. v. M. Rhodes, W. Johnstone, J. Downs, J.C. Thompson (Rose, Downs and Thompson)

Statement of claim  DBR/1056  23 May 1878

Proposed statement of defence with J.A. Jackson & Sons Observations and Mr. Macnaghton's opinions  DBR/1057  20 June-2 July 1878

Letter from Abel and Turvay to J.A. Jackson & Son  DBR/1058  26 July 1878

Letter from M.J. to Mr. Lowe  DBR/1059  N.D

Duplicate specification  DBR/1060A  23 Ap. 1870

Contents:
Of: Messrs. Thompson & Stather
For: Improvements in mills for grinding cattle food and other materials and in apparatus connected therewith

Patent  DBR/1060B  1 Aug. 1885

Contents:
To: James Downs and J.C. Thompson of the Old Foundry, Hull
For: Improved machinery for paring oil cakes and similar substances and treating the parings or cuttings from the same

Letter from Abel and Imray, consulting engineers and patent agents enclosing the patent  DBR/1061  17 Ap. 1886

Note about the patent DBR/1060  DBR/1062  n.d

Calculations as to income from patents  DBR/1063  n.d

Plans and specifications  [no ref. or date]

Specification of a steam engine for Selby Water Works  DBR/1064  N.D., 1863?

Four documents pinned together  DBR/1065  1863

Contents:
Specification for a high pressure steam engine, 1863.
Draft contract 1863
Parties: (i) Selby Local Board of Health
(ii) Christiana Rose of Hull, engineer and ironfounder
Consideration: £440
(i) to deliver, erect, start and maintain a steam engine and pumps etc.
Letter from John Linton to J. Downs, 24 May 1863
Agreement for the extension of time for completion of the engine from 23 Dec. 1863 to 23 Feb. 1864, 2 Nov. 1863

Tender form, conditions of contract and specification  DBR/1066  Oct 1871

Contents:
For: an oil mill
Required by: The Scinde Punjab and Delhi Railway Co.

Specification  DBR/1067  29 July 1872

Contents:
For an iron screw steamer

Specification  DBR/1068  4 May 1874

Contents:
For: Smiths, Fitters and erecting shops
Required by Messrs. Rose and Downs
Architect: Samuel Musgrave

Specification  DBR/1069  11 June 1874

Contents:
For an oil mill
Required by James Samuelson of Liverpool
To be erected near the Great Float, Birkenhead

Specification  DBR/1070  Nov. 1899

Contents:
For: Extensions of workshops
Required by Rose, Downs and Thompson Ltd.
Architect: H.B. Downs

Specification  DBR/1071  July 1964

Contents:
For: An oil milling installation
Required by the Helmand Valley Authority, per the Crown Agents

Specification for a marine engine, boiler etc  DBR/1072  N.D., C19

Specification for a marine engine and boiler  DBR/1073  N.D., C19

Specification for an iron screw steamer classed 90A at Lloyds  DBR/1074  N.D. C19

Specification of an extension of the office building at the Old Foundry, Samuel Musgrave, architect  DBR/1075  N.D., C19

Sketches from W. Kite, China, oil mill etc  DBR/1076  N.D

Descriptions and notes on the working of machinery  [no ref. or date]

An "Export" oil mill, using edge stones (Typescript)  DBR/1077  n.d

An "Export" oil mill (Typescript)  DBR/1078  n.d

An "Empire" oil mill with decordicator for cottonseed (Typescript)  DBR/1079  n.d

An "Empire" mill for palm kernels (Typescript)  DBR/1080  n.d

A. No. 1 "Premier" oil mill for castorseed (Typescript)  DBR/1081  n.d

A. No.2 "Premier" oil mill for copra (Typescript)  DBR/1082  n.d

A. No. 2 "Premier" cage pressing plant. (Typescript)  DBR/1083  n.d

A. "Manual" oil mill (Typescript)  DBR/1084  n.d

A "Manual" oil mill operated by horse gear (Typescript)  DBR/1085  n.d

A "Colonial" mill (Typescript)  DBR/1086  n.d
Language:  French

A "Colonial" mill in the treatment of copra (Typescript)  DBR/1087  n.d

A "Colonial" oil mill for the treatment of undecordicated cotton seed without the use of edge stones (Typescript)  DBR/1088  n.d

A chemical oil extracting plant (Typescript)  DBR/1089  n.d

Coconut oil machinery (Typescript)  DBR/1090  n.d

Single chain automatic grabs (Typescript)  DBR/1091  n.d

Cooper and Holdsworth's patent single chain grab (Typescript)  DBR/1092  n.d

A patent single chain grab as per drawing 10/31 (Typescripts)  DBR/1093-1098A  n.d

6 Copies

An improved "Kingston" dredging crane (Typescripts)  DBR/1099-1101  n.d

3 Copies

An improved "Kingston" dredging crane with fixed jib (Typescripts)  DBR/1102-1110  n.d

8 Copies

An improved "Kingston" dredging crane with loco and jib lifting and lowering gear (Typescripts)  DBR/1111-1116  n.d

6 Copies

A fixed dredger (Typescripts)  DBR/1117-1121  n.d

5 Copies

Loose sheets from such descriptions etc. (Typescripts)  DBR/1122  n.d

Instructions for boiling pure linseed oil in accordance with the most recent methods adopted in Hull  DBR/1123  28 Oct. 1891

Contents:
With a list of firms to whom copies had been sent, 1891 - 1902

Instructions for refining two tons of cotton seed oil at a time  DBR/1124  N.D

Correspondence  [no ref. or date]

Letters from James Downs to Christiana Rose  [no ref. or date]

State of the business  DBR/1125  13 Aug. 1859

State of the business  DBR/1126  28 Ap. 1860

Answers to criticisms  DBR/1127  30 Aug. 1861

Insurance of Blanket Row, property  DBR/1128  4 Sept. 1861

Offer to place orders with her for his patented improvements in hydraulic pumps  DBR/1129-30  24 Dec. 1861

2 Copies

Correspondence about patent pumps  DBR/1131  6 Jan. 1862

Correspondence about patent pumps  DBR/1132  13 Jan. 1862

Correspondence about the patent pumps  DBR/1133  13 Jan. 1862

Correspondence about the patent pumps  DBR/1134  24 Jan. 1862

Orders, request for salary increment  DBR/1135  2 Dec. 1862

Request to have access to Mrs. Thompson as she does all the business, the need and expenses for erecting a new shed  DBR/1136  26 June 1865

His resignation to take effect if Gamble continues to work at the office, new orders secured  DBR/1137  8 July 1865

Explanation of his resignation  DBR/1138  12 July 1865

His resignation  DBR/1139  13 July 1865

Dealing with Mr. Dursse  DBR/1140  19 Aug. 1865

Settlement of accounts between them  DBR/1140  20 March 1866

Request to settle complaints raised by the auditors  DBR/1141  4 June 1866

Offer to purchase the business requiring an immediate reply so that he can reply to another offer  DBR/1142  16 Ap. 1867

Need to enter a new agreement immediately  DBR/1143  18 Ap. 1867

His offer in detail  DBR/1144  6 May 1867

Notice of the termination of the 1859 agreement  DBR/1145  25 July 1871

Letter from Christiana Rose to James Downs  [no ref. or date]

Refusal to spend on buildings or increased salaries  DBR/1146  30 Ap. 1860

Letters from James Downs to Susan Thompson  [no ref. or date]

Point raised by Gamble, auditor  DBR/1147  7 June 1866

Request for terms on which they would sell the business to him  DBR/1148  28 Sept. 1866

Purchase of tools in Leeds  DBR/1149  30 Oct. 1866

Requesting a reply to his purchase offer  DBR/1150  18 Ap. 1867

Plan of foundry  DBR/1151  24 Ap. 1867

Negotiations for purchase, valuation  DBR/1152  6 May 1867

Value of contracts received, very busy  DBR/1153  16 May 1867

Value of contracts received, surety and goodwill  DBR/1154  6 June 1867

Value of contracts received, surety and goodwill  DBR/1155  10 June 1867

Reaction to the expected strike at Earle's  DBR/1155  9 Sept. 1867

Naysmith and White's composition, Earle's Strike  DBR/1156  21 Sept. 1867

With creditors  DBR/1157  25 Sept. 1867

With creditors  DBR/1158  14 Oct. 1867

With creditors  DBR/1159  15 Oct. 1867

With creditors, renewed trouble with her son  DBR/1160  21 Oct. 1867

Thompsons account, business slack  DBR/1161  28 Oct. 1867

Naysmith and Whites composition  DBR/1162  29 Oct. 1867

Thompson seeking custody of his son  DBR/1163  31 Oct. 1867

Offer to meet Mrs. Rose in London  DBR/1164  4 Nov. 1867

Advice to accept Naysmith and White's offer  DBR/1165  5 Nov. 1867

Preparation of house, visit from Thompson  DBR/1166  16 Nov. 1867

Conversation with Thompson at Foundry, on three-quarters times  DBR/1167  5 Dec. 1867

Thompson refuses to write unless he has his wife's address  DBR/1168  10 Dec. 1867

Resignation of Mr. Hodgson to take a post running an agency in Britain or America; do they still wish to dispose of the business  DBR/1169  16 Dec. 1867

Requests full power to negotiate settlement with Thompson  DBR/1170  26 Dec. 1867

Report on unsuccessful interview with Thompson  DBR/1171  3 Jan. 1868

Conversation with Mr. Johnson about Thompson  DBR/1172  7 Jan. 1868

Business slack; encloses copy of Lumsden's offer, offers to purchase the business  DBR/1173  13 Jan. 1868

Reiteration of offer  DBR/1174  15 Jan. 1868

Answers objections of offer  DBR/1175  17 Jan. 1868

Contents:
- Name of property, new machinery etc., requests partnership as offered by Lumsden

His offer; note for Thompson  DBR/1176  18 Jan. 1868

Letter from Thompson to his son; methods of preventing his finding him  DBR/1177  20 Jan. 1868

His offer; conversation with Thompson  DBR/1178  21 Jan. 1868

Three offers; purchase, partnership, share of the profits  DBR/1179  24 Jan. 1868

Acceptance of their offer, their illness  DBR/1180  27 Jan. 1868

Jacksons advice respecting Thompsons suit for the custody of his son  DBR/1181  4 Feb. 1868

Contents:
Also a conversation with Thompson; Stoneferry gasometer blown down, flood in town

Explanation of Thompson's attitude  DBR/1182  10 Feb. 1868

Whether she should open a direct correspondence with Thompson  DBR/1183  14 Feb. 1868

Advice to return home to sort out her affairs  DBR/1184  21 Feb. 1868

State of their house; advice to return home  DBR/1185  25 Feb. 1868

Their ill health and decision not to return; lack of communication with Thompson  DBR/1186  6 March 1868

Plan to conduct the correspondence through an intermediary to help keep the address secret  DBR/1187  10 March 1868

Plan to conduct the correspondence through an intermediary to help keep the address secret  DBR/1188  15 March 1868

Letter from Thompson; their bad lodgings  DBR/1189  24 March 1868

Description of Clifton, Bristol  DBR/1190  9 Apr 1868

Prospect of settlement with Thompson  DBR/1191  17 Apr 1868

Prospect of a settlement receding  DBR/1192a  22 Apr 1868

Enclosing copy of letter to J.A. Jackson  DBR/1192b  24 Ap. 1868

Thompson; fire at Irving's warehouse, business slack; Stead Grey & Co. complain of high prices  DBR/1193  4 May 1868

Thompsons decision to visit his son  DBR/1194a,b  6 May 1868

Death of Simpson in Egypt  DBR/1194c,d  10 March N.Y

Letters from Susan Thompson to James Downs  [no ref. or date]

Proposed extensions to the works, their views on his management  DBR/1195  28 Aug. 1861

Proposed extensions to the works, their views on his management  DBR/1196  30 Aug. 1861

About his patent, probably Jan. 1862  DBR/1197-1200  Undated

The audit carried out by Mr. Gamble and other matters  DBR/1201  25 Feb. 1865

The audit carried out by Mr. Gamble and other matters  DBR/1202  26 May 1865

The audit carried out by Mr. Gamble and other matters  DBR/1203  30 May 1865

The audit carried out by Mr. Gamble and other matters  DBR/1204-13  N.D

[no title]  DBR/1214-15  13 Oct. 1865

Contents:
Enclosing letter from Robert Hodgson requesting a loan of his salary in advance and report on their reply thereto

The sale of the business etc  DBR/1216  April 1867

The sale of the business etc  DBR/1217  24 April 1867

The sale of the business etc  DBR/1218  4 May 1867

The sale of the business etc  DBR/1219  27 May 1867

The sale of the business etc  DBR/1220  8 June 1867

The sale of the business etc  DBR/1221-2  N.D

Letters written during various absences probably in the years 1860-7  [no ref. or date]

From West Park, Harrogate  DBR/1223-24  n.d

From Edinburgh  DBR/1225  n.d

From Harrogate, July  DBR/1226-29  n.d

From Scarborough, 12-28 July  DBR/1230-35  n.d

From Whitby  DBR/1236-39  Aug. (1866?)

From Cheltenham, Tonbridge and Hastings, summer  DBR/1240-46  n.d

Other letters from about the same period as the above Cheltenham etc. group  DBR/1247-56  n.d

Letters written during their absence from home, 1867-8  [no ref. or date]

From the Isle of Wight, Aug-Sept. 1867  DBR/1257  28 Aug. 1867

From the Isle of Wight, Aug-Sept. 1867  DBR/1258-62  N.D. [1867]

From Southsea, Sept. - Nov. 1867  DBR/1263-7  N.D. [1867]

From Southsea, Sept. - Nov. 1867  DBR/1268  29 Oct. 1867

From Southsea, Sept. - Nov. 1867  DBR/1269  1 Nov. 1867

From Reigate  DBR/1270  N.D

From Norwood  DBR/1271  N.D

Letter  DBR/1272  13 Dec. 1867

Letter  DBR/1273  c. 17 Dec. 1867

Letter  DBR/1274  30 Dec. 1867

Letter  DBR/1275  3 Jan. 1868

Letter  DBR/1276  c. 4 Jan. 1868

Letter  DBR/1277  8 Jan. 1868

Letter  DBR/1278  10 Jan. 1868

Letter  DBR/1279  c. 11 Jan. 1868

Letter  DBR/1280  14 Jan. 1868

Letter  DBR/1281  16 Jan. 1868

Letter  DBR/1282  c. 16-20 Jan 1868

Letter  DBR/1283  c. 20 Jan 1868

Letter  DBR/1284  23 (Jan?) 1868

Letter  DBR/1285  25 Jan 1868

Letter  DBR/1286  c. 25 Jan 1868

Letter  DBR/1287  c. 28 Jan 1868

Letter  DBR/1288  c. 29 Jan 1868

Letters  DBR/1289-93  After 4 Feb. 1868

Letter  DBR/1294  7 Feb. 1868

Letter  DBR/1295  14 Feb. 1868

Letter  DBR/1296  c. 14-24 Feb. 1868

Letter  DBR/1297  c. 7 March 1868

Letters  DBR/1298-300  c.10-15 March 1868

Letter  DBR/1301  c.15 March 1868

Letter  DBR/1302  2 April 1868

Letters  DBR/1303-9  c.Mid-April 1868

Letter  DBR/1310  c. 5 May 1868

Letters  DBR/1311-6  pre. 21 May 1868

Letter  DBR/1317  pre. 20 June 1868

Letter from Ramsgate  DBR/1318-22  Summer 1868

Letter  DBR/1323  c. 18-19 July 1868

Letter  DBR/1324  c. 23-4 July 1868

Letter  DBR/1325  July 1868

Letter  DBR/1326  c. 31 July 1868

Letters  DBR/1327-8  c. 31 July-14 Aug. 1868

Undated letters which seem to have been written during this period  DBR/1329-63  n.d

Contents:
With contents similar to that in the dated letters

Undated letters many of which were written in Hull  [no ref. or date]

Blanket Row property  DBR/1364  n.d

Disputed account from Bell  DBR/1365  n.d

Literary Institution Subscription  DBR/1366  n.d

Purchase of machinery at leeds  DBR/1367  n.d

Improvements to the property  DBR/1368  n.d

Disputed account from Bell  DBR/1369-1370  n.d

Money matters  DBR/1371  n.d

Wilton's agreement  DBR/1372  n.d

His salary  DBR/1373  n.d

Disposal of the forge, plans for officers  DBR/1374-77  n.d

Repairs to machinery damaged in accident  DBR/1378  n.d

The metcalf family  DBR/1379-81  n.d

Plan of foundry  DBR/1382-84  n.d

Accident  DBR/1385  n.d

Illness of his family  DBR/1386  n.d

Improvements to the property  DBR/1387  n.d

Ganderton's death  DBR/1388  n.d

Excursion to Hornsea  DBR/1389  n.d

Hewitt  DBR/1390  n.d

His salary  DBR/1391  n.d

Injured foot; horse  DBR/1392-97  n.d

Their garden  DBR/1398-99  n.d

Sale of tools etc  DBR/1400  n.d

Disputed account from Bell  DBR/1401-1402  n.d

Dispute with neighbour  DBR/1403  n.d

Dispute account from Bell  DBR/1404  n.d

Dispute over a man's wages  DBR/1405  n.d

Requests for him to visit them etc  DBR/1406-12  n.d

Miscellaneous  DBR/1413-27  n.d

Negotiations for his admission to the partnership  [no ref. or date]

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1428  1 Feb. 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1429  6 Feb. 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1430  7 Feb. 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1431  N.D

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1432  17 Feb. 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1433  22 Feb. 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1434-7  N.D

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1438  13 March 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1439  14 March 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1440  18 March 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1441  22 March 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1442  23 March 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1443  6 March 1871

Letter re negotiation  DBR/1444  10 March 1871

Correspondence between James Downs and John Lumsden about the latter's offer to the former of a managing partnership in his engineering business from Lumsden  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1445  27 May 1867

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1446  4 June 1867

Letter from Downs (copy)  DBR/1447  5 June 1867

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1448  13 July 1867

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1449  16 July 1867

Letter from Downs (copy)  DBR/1450  Sept. 1867

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1451  13 Sept. 1867

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1452  4 Oct. 1867

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1453  14 Dec. 1867

Letter from Downs (copy)  DBR/1454  16 Dec. 1867

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1455  28 Dec. 1867

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1456  6 Jan. 1868

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1457  11 Jan. 1868

Letter from Lumsden  DBR/1458  11 Jan. 1868

Letter from Downs (copy)  DBR/1459  28 Jan. 1868

Correspondence between James Downs and J.A. Jackson & Son. chiefly relating to Downs' offer to purchase the business  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Jackson  DBR/1460  23 Apr 1867

Letter from Downs (copy)  DBR/1461  24 Ap. 1867

Letter from Jackson  DBR/1462  24 Apr 1867

Letter from Downs (copy)  DBR/1463  3 May 1867

Letter from Jackson  DBR/1464  16 May 1867

Letter from Downs (copy)  DBR/1465  22 May 1867

Letter from Downs (copy)  DBR/1466  18 Oct. 1867

Letter from Downs (copy)  DBR/1467  15 Jan. 1867

Contents:
(Should be 1868?)

Letter from Jackson  DBR/1468  15 Jan. 1868

Miscellaneous correspondence of James Downs  [no ref. or date]

From R. Bell, an agreement  DBR/1469  10 Jan. 1862

From Pearson Bros., Baltic Oil Mills, Gainsborough, payment for machinery supplied  DBR/1470  27 March 1866

To John Lee Barker, as to his wish to delay the completion of a contract  DBR/1471  14 May 1866

To J. Thirsk, trouble over the erection of a mill  DBR/1472  21 July 1866

To J. Thirsk, trouble over the erection of a mill  DBR/1473  15 Aug 1866

To G. Masson & Co., seed crushers, Ipswich. letter of introduction for J.T. Thirsk as prospective foreman  DBR/1474  13 Aug. 1866

To Thomas Carver, valuation of the machinery etc. in the premises formerly occupied by Mrs. L. Learner  DBR/1475  1 June 1867

To Messrs. D. & J. Grieg, the death of Mr. Simpson and financial matters arising therefrom  DBR/1476  21 Nov. 1867

Testimonial on the behalf of John Foreman, draughtsman  DBR/1477  10 Dec. 1867

To John Thompson, Mrs. Thompson's plan to correspond with him direct  DBR/1478  18 Feb. 1868

To Mr. J. Rhodes, a rich uncle in Glasgow  DBR/1479  18 Feb. 1868

To Mr. A. Simpson, the affairs of his son  DBR/1480  31 March, 1868

Charles Copland, the payment of his gas bill  DBR/1481  7 March 1868

To Mr. Hunter, correspondence between the Thompsons through him  DBR/1482  12 March 1868

To Mr. Hunter, correspondence between the Thompsons through him  DBR/1483  16 March 1868

To his cousin who was leaving the engineering business, the foundry slack, advice to join a trade union  DBR/1484  1 May 1868

From George Clark, trouble with broken machinery  DBR/1485  27 Sept. 1877

From John Thirlwell, the loss incurred by the Hull Iron Works in the previous 18 months endows pound share certificate  DBR/1486-1487  27 Jan. 1875

Copy letter book (indexed)  DBR/1488  9 May 1868-23 Oct. 1876

Correspondence relating to plates patented by Mr. Pearson of Glasgow  [no ref. or date]

Jos. Gerry of Lowestoft to J. Downs  DBR/1489  10 Feb. 1878

Jos. Gerry of Lowestoft to J. Downs  DBR/1490  12 Ap. 1878

Copies of correspondence with John Whitham & Son, Perseverance Iron Works, Leeds  DBR/1491-2  28 Mar.-8 Apr 1878

J. Downs to J. Curry (copy)  DBR/1493  19 Apr. 1878

J. Curry to J. Downs  DBR/1494  20 Apr. 1878

Bristow and Flint, Office for Patents to Messrs. Rose and Downs  DBR/1495  26 Apr. 1878

Jos. Curry to J. Downs enclosing  DBR/1496  3 May 1878

J. Wilham to J.S. Barker  DBR/1497  30 Ap. 1878

J. Curry to J. Downs  DBR/1498  6 May 1878

Letters from Mr. Gamble to Mrs. Rose as to points raised by his audit  [no ref. or date]

Letter  DBR/1499  24 Ap. 1866

Letter  DBR/1500  21 May 1866

Letters and papers relating to J.C. Thompson's visit to Marseille, Jan. - Feb. 1884  [no ref. or date]

J.C. Thompson to Mr. Downs, general report  DBR/1501  23 Jan. 1884

Sketches and drawings of machinery re general report  DBR/1502-7  1884

Self introductory letters from French engineers  [no ref. or date]

F. Hesse, 2 letters and business card  DBR/1508-10  20, 26 Jan. 1884

H. Amalhert, letters and visiting card  DBR/1511-12  28 Jan. 1884

H. Junca  DBR/1513  28 Jan. 1884

Martin Robattea, printed circular  DBR/1514  1884

Letter from G. Badart to J.C. Thompson requesting to see him on his return  DBR/1515  23 Jan 1884

Telegrams from Hull to J.C. Thompson at Nice  DBR/1516-7  31 Jan., 7 Feb. 1884

Letters and papers relating to J.C. Thompson's visit to India for the Calcutta International Exhibition, 1884  [no ref. or date]

Telegram from the Manager G.N. Hotel, Kings Cross to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1518  13 Feb. 1884

Telegram from J. Downs to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1519  15 Feb. 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson to Mr. Downs, Calcutta  DBR/1521  26 March 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson to Mr. Downs, Calcutta  DBR/1522  2 April 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson to Mr. Downs, Calcutta  DBR/1523  13 April 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson to Mr. Downs, Cawnpore  DBR/1524  N.D

Letter from J.C. Thompson to Mr. Downs, Bombay (telegram)  DBR/1525  1 May 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson to Mr. Downs, Bombay  DBR/1526  1 May, 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson to Mr. Downs, S.S. Indus, at Sea  DBR/1527  3 May 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson to Mr. Downs, S.S. Indus off Marseilles  DBR/1528  20 May 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson to Mr. Downs, telegrams  DBR/1529-30  Undated

Report by J.C. Thompson on his visit to India  DBR/1531  21 May 1884

Letter from B.C. Shattacharjee, to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1532  4 March 1884

Letter from B.C. Shattacharjee, to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1533  28 March 1884

Letter from B.C. Shattacharjee, to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1534  1 April 1884

Letter from B.C. Shattacharjee, to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1535  7 April 1884

Letter from B.C. Shattacharjee, to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1536  16 April 1884

Letter from B.C. Shattacharjee, to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1537  28 April 1884

Letter etc., from E.J. Olord, Lucknow, to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1538  9 Jan. 1884

Contents:
(Per Messrs. Johnson & Sons)

Letter etc., from E.J. Olord, Lucknow, to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1539  27 March 1884

Letter etc., from E.J. Olord, Lucknow, to J.C. Thompson  DBR/1540  1 April 1884

Visiting cards of E.J. Olord and S.J. Pigott  DBR/1541-2  n.d

Correspondence etc. between J.C. Thompson and Morrison Dewar & Co., engineers, Calcutta  [no ref. or date]

Letter from J.C. Thompson  DBR/1544  27 March 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson  DBR/1545  29 March 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson  DBR/1546  15 April 1884

Letter from Morrisons  DBR/1547  28 April 1884

Letter from J.C. Thompson  DBR/1548  1 May 1884

Letter from Morrisons  DBR/1549  3 April 1884

Detailed account from Morrison Dewar & Co  DBR/1550  March-Apr 1884

Contents:
Settled 15 Ap. 1884

Printed advertisement for Mercer's Patent Cast Iron Portable Steam Oil Mills  DBR/1551  n.d

Miscellaneous correspondence  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
(Letters to Messrs. Rose Downs and Thompson unless otherwise indicated)

Valuation by J. Burkton of the models on Messrs. Rose's premises  DBR/1552  7 June 1871

From Morris Bros. machinery  DBR/1553  4 Sept. 1871

J.C. Thompson  DBR/1554  23 Feb., 1873

From Wm. Downs as sole agent for Rose Downs and Thompson in U.S.A., Canada and Mexico  DBR/1555  11 Aug. 1893

From Wm. Downs as sole agent for Rose Downs and Thompson in U.S.A., Canada and Mexico  DBR/1556  14 Aug. 1893

From Wm. Downs as sole agent for Rose Downs and Thompson in U.S.A., Canada and Mexico  DBR/1557  15 Aug. 1893

From Wm. Downs as sole agent for Rose Downs and Thompson in U.S.A., Canada and Mexico  DBR/1558  16 Aug. 1893

Copy of letter from Wm. Downs to The Hamburg Phos. Co. Hambro. Fla  DBR/1559  12 Aug. 1893

From Leigh and Sullivan of Manchester, terminating all business between them  DBR/1560  4 Jan. 1912

Envelope bearing engraving of the Old Foundry  DBR/1561  1883

Letter to J.A. Boyes at Marseilles from G.B. Cole of Bradford  DBR/1562  15 Jan. 1886

Letter from Greenwood & Batley of Leeds to J.A. Boyes at Marsailles  DBR/1563  4 Feb. 1886

Account rendered by Schumacher de Funel & Co. of Marsaille to J. Campbell Thompson  DBR/1564  n.d

Plan of an improved 4 press Anglo-American Oil Mill by Greenwood and Batley of Leeds  DBR/1565  n.d

Press with 16 steel cylinders and plates for 16 cakes  DBR/1566  n.d

Sale publicity material  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of oil mill machinery (numbered editions)  [no ref. or date]

Various proof copies of the third edition  DBR/1567-70  n.d

4 Copies

Third Edition  DBR/1571-2  n.d

2 Copies

Fourth Edition  DBR/1573  n.d

Fifth Edition  DBR/1574  n.d

Sixth Edition  DBR/1575-8  n.d

4 Copies

Seventh Edition and price list  DBR/1579-80  1890

Eighth Edition  DBR/1581-2  [n.d.]

2 Copies

Ninth Edition (4 copies) and price list  DBR/1583-7  1895

Tenth Edition (7 copies) and price list  DBR/1588-95  1899

Eleventh Edition  DBR/1596-9  n.d

4 Copies

Twelfth Edition (4 copies) and price list  DBR/1600-4  1906

Thirteenth Edition (6 copies) and price list (3 copies)  DBR/1605-14  1908

Fourteenth Edition (6 copies) and price list (5 copies)  DBR/1615-25  1914

Fifteenth Edition  DBR/1626-31  n.d

6 Copies

Catalogues of oil mill machinery in foreign languages  [no ref. or date]

German  DBR/1631-3  1892

3 Copies

Spanish  DBR/1634-6  1892

3 Copies

Russian  DBR/1637  n.d

French: 1887 Edition  DBR/1638-42  1887

5 Copies

French: 1892 Edition  DBR/1643-44  1892

2 Copies

Third Edition (5 copies) and price list (3 copies)  DBR/1645-52  n.d

Descriptions of Oil Mills  [no ref. or date]

Second Edition, reprinted from The Engineer, (and photo copy)  DBR/1653-4  3 Nov. 1883

Fifth Edition, reprinted from The Engineer  DBR/1655  1881-1885

Contents:
6 May 1881, 3 Nov. 1883 and 21 Aug. 1885

Catalogues of the "Kingston" Dredger and Excavator  [no ref. or date]

Edition of circa 1890  DBR/1656-57  c. 1890

2 Copies

Post 1908 Edition  DBR/1658-60  Post 1908

3 Copies

Russian, edition  DBR/1661  n.d

Miscellaneous catalogues  [no ref. or date]

General  DBR/1662  n.d

Trawling winches, fishing winches etc  DBR/1663  n.d

Chinese Testimonials concerning oil mill machinery  DBR/1664  n.d

The "Little Wonder" cake making machine  DBR/1665-66  n.d

2 Copies

Shell making machine tools  DBR/1667  n.d

Other publicity material  [no ref. or date]

Volume containing advertisements by British Engineering Firms (including Roswdowns) in Russian  DBR/1668  1933

Catalogue of the British Pavilion at a food processing exhibition in Moscow  DBR/1669  1967

Souvenirs of the Official Opening of Rolton Street Salvage and Refuse Disposal Works, Birmingham  DBR/1670-71  1932

2 Copies

Package label  DBR/1672  n.d

Card with map showing the location of the Foundry  DBR/1673  n.d

Blotters  DBR/1674-85  n.d

Contents:
Advertising oil mill machinery
Solvent extraction machinery
Various products
Expellers
Oils and fats processing plants screw presses (2 copies of each)

Pamphlet describing the activities of the Power Gas Corporation Ltd  DBR/1686-7  [n.d.]

2 Copies

Catalogues etc. published by companies taken over by Rosedowns  [no ref. or date]

The Hull Cart Wagon & Iron Co., Newington Iron Works  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of Oil Mill Machinery, Bone Mills, Print Mills, Mixers etc  DBR/1688-9  N.D

2 Copies

Catalogue of Oil mill machinery  DBR/1690-2  1891

3 Copies

Catalogue of oil machinery for linseed, cotton, tape, castor, and other seeds, nuts, etc  DBR/1693  1894

Price list of oil mill machinery, bone mills, paint mills, mixers, etc  DBR/1694  1895

W. Marshall & Co. Crown Works Beaumont St., Hull  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of the First Cube Cake Machine  DBR/1695  Post 1914

Robert Middleton & Co. Sheepsear Foundry, Leeds  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of Hydraulic Presses  DBR/1696  1925

Catalogue of Hydraulic Pumps and Accumulators  DBR/1697  1921

Catalogue of Hydraulic Pumps and Accumulators  DBR/1698-9  Post 1921

2 Copies

Contents:
Later edition

Good and Menzies Ltd; Green Lane, foundry, Hull  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
DRR/1700-1702 is a Bound volume of catalogues for Briquette Machinery, Self Contained Oil Mills, New and Improved Oil Mill Machinery, Hydraulic Pumps and Accumulators (1921), Hydraulic Presses (1925), Spanish Catalogue of Oil Machinery (3 copies)

Thompson and Stather (overprinted Good Cottingham and Menzies), Catalogue of patent crushers and other machinery  DBR/1700  1872

Good, Cottingham and Menzies catalogue of machinery  DBR/1701  N.D

Good and Menzies catalogue of machinery  DBR/1702  N.D

Good and Menzies leaflets describing winches and ancilliary equipment  DBR/1703-1707  n.d

Contents:
(Five versions)

Spare copies of DBR/1703-1707  DBR/1708-1711  n.d

Printed Material  [no ref. or date]

Reports and Accounts of Davy-Ashmore Ltd. for the year ended 31 March  DBR/1712-3  1962

2 Copies

Reports and Accounts of Davy-Ashmore Ltd. for the year ended 31 March  DBR/1714-5  1963

2 Copies

Reports and Accounts of Davy-Ashmore Ltd. for the year ended 31 March  DBR/1716  1964

Reports and Accounts of Davy-Ashmore Ltd. for the year ended 31 March  DBR/1717-8  1965

2 Copies

Summary of the Davy-Ashmore accounts printed for circulation among the staff: the money  DBR/1719-20  1964

2 Copies

Summary of the Davy-Ashmore accounts printed for circulation among the staff: the money  DBR/1721-2  1965

2 Copies

Summary of the Davy-Ashmore accounts printed for circulation among the staff: the money  DBR/1723  1966

Summary of the Davy-Ashmore accounts printed for circulation among the staff: the money  DBR/1724  1967

At The Tail of Two Centuries, a history of Rose Downs and Thompson Ltd  DBR/1725  n.d

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1726  1910

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1727  1929

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1728  1957

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1729  1950

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1730  1959

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1731  1960

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1732  1965

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1733  1966

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1734  1967

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1735  1968

Rosedowns diary  DBR/1736  1969

Catalogue of representative installations by the Davy Ashmore Group  DBR/1737-8  n.d

Miscellaneous Records  [no ref. or date]

Winch order book for business taken over from Good and Menzies  DBR/1739  Nov. 1925-Dec. 1938

General note book  DBR/1740  n.d

File of letters sent to the Foundry by former employees on active service  DBR/1741  1942-1946

Certificate of the award of a gold medal for Oil Mill Machinery to Rose Downs and Thompson Ltd. at the World Fair, Tel Aviv  DBR/1742  1934

List of long serving employees  DBR/1743  1911-1935

Door plate of Rose Downs and Thompson, Far East Ltd  DBR/1744  n.d

Door plate of the registered offices of Rose Downs and Thompson, Far East Ltd  DBR/1745  n.d

Plate formerly attached to machinery patented by J. Downs and made by C. Rose  DBR/1746  n.d

Plate formerly attached to machinery made by C. Rose  DBR/1747  n.d

Photographs and Illustrations  [no ref. or date]

Album of photographs of Fish plant  DBR/1748  n.d

Album of photographs of fish plant  DBR/1749  n.d

Album of photographs of baling presses and pumps  DBR/1748  n.d

Album of photographs of of works erecting gears leather, etc  DBR/1749  n.d

Album of photographs of of works erecting gears leather, etc  DBR/1750  n.d

Album of photographs - Maxoil-Duplex Expeller Mill  DBR/1751  n.d

Album of photographs - "Perfection" Bottled Milk Steriliser at the Oakwell Dairy of Ilkeston Coop. Ltd.  DBR/1752  1963; n.d

Album of photographs - Maxoil-Duplex Expeller Mill  DBR/1753  1952

Album of photographs - Girdler Semi-continuous Deodoriser Installation, The Southern Oil Co. Ltd., Manchester  DBR/1754  n.d

Souvenir of the British Oil Extracting Co.'s Extraction Plant  DBR/1755  1918

Album of photographs of Miscellaneous machinery and plant  DBR/1756-65  n.d

Packet of photographs of the canteen  DBR/1766  n.d

Packet of photographs of various events  DBR/1767  n.d

Packet of photographs of groups  DBR/1768  n.d

Packet of photographs of Cleveland St. and other Bridges  DBR/1769  n.d

Packet of photographs of cranes  DBR/1770  n.d

Packet of photographs of inside the factory  DBR/1771  n.d

Packet of photographs of original group showing the factory, offices and personnel  DBR/1772  n.d

Packet of photographs of salvage kitchen utensils  DBR/1773  [n.d.]

Packet of photographs - rededication of the memorial tablet at Westbourne Ave. Recreation Ground  DBR/1774  1964

Portrait of Christiana Rose  DBR/1775  n.d

Portrait of James Downs I  DBR/1776  n.d

Portrait of J.C. Thompson (2 versions)  DBR/1777-1778  n.d

Portrait of Charles Downs (2 versions)  DBR/1779-80  n.d

Portrait of James Downs  DBR/1781  n.d

Portrait of W. Marshall  DBR/1782  n.d

Portrait of W. Potter as president of the Hull Association of Engineers  DBR/1783  n.d

Advertisement  DBR/1784  1879

Plan of the Vulcan Iron Works, Wincomlee, in lots for sale  DBR/1785  1904

Beech Queen Aircraft of Davy Ashmore Ltd  DBR/1786  n.d

Souvenirs of a Trade Delegation to U.S.S.R  DBR/1787-8  1965

Mechanical excavators in operation  DBR/1789-91  n.d

Groups  DBR/1792-93  n.d

Machinery - JUAN PERON FACTORY SHIP  DBR/1794-97  1947-1950

Cartoon report on a visit to the Foundry by Ern Shaw  DBR/1798  1929

Set of photographs illustrating all parts of the Foundry and staff  DBR/1799  1920?

The Foundry AERIAL VIEW  DBR/1800-1  n.d

The London Office  DBR/1802  n.d

Printed material related to the seed crushing and related industries  [no ref. or date]

Catalogues of other companies  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of cider making machinery, H. Beare & Sons Ltd  DBR/1803  1932

Descriptions of a fish skinning and a fish heading machine, John Bisset & Sons, Ltd., Aberdeen  DBR/1804-5  n.d

Catalogue of Fitter Presses, S.H. Johnson & Co. Ltd., Carpenters Rd., Stratford E.15  DBR/1806  n.d

Catalogue of Oil Mill Machinery, Manlove Alliott & Co. Ltd., Nottingham  DBR/1807  1918

Catalogue of Oil mill machinery, Mirrlees Watson Co. Ltd., Glasgow  DBR/1808  1925

Catalogues of crushing and grinding mills, W.N. Nicholson & Sons, Ltd., Newark on Trent  DBR/1809-10  n.d

Description of the "System Simon" Oil Extracting Machine, The Simon Extracting Machine Syndicate, Ltd., London  DBR/1811  n.d

Catalogue of oil mill machinery, Greenwood and Bailey, Ltd., Albion Works, Leeds  DBR/1812  n.d

Catalogue of vegetable oil machinery, The Allbright - Nell Co., Chicago, U.S.A. The American Machine Manufacturing Co. Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.A  DBR/1813  n.d

Catalogue of improved oil mill machinery  DBR/1814  n.d

Catalogue of oil mill machinery (Spanish)  DBR/1815  n.d

Letter from the W.P. Callahan Co  DBR/1816  1912

Contents:
Manufacturers of machinery for cotton seed and linseed oil mills of Dayton, Ohio to Mr. G.O. Marquees

The Cardwell Machine Co., Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of oil mill machinery  DBR/1817  n.d

Description of oil and tobacco machinery  DBR/1818  n.d

Description of Hydraulic presses  DBR/1819  n.d

The Carver Cotton Gin Co., East Bridgewater, Mass, U.S.A  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of oil mill machinery  DBR/1820  n.d

Machinery catalogues, bound together  DBR/1821  1915-22

Description of the perfection huller  DBR/1822  n.d

M. Ehrhardt, Wolferbuttel; catalogue of machinery and list of customers  DBR/1823-24  n.d

Duchscher & Co., Wecker, Luxembourg  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of machinery  DBR/1825  n.d

Leaflets describing various machines  DBR/1826-30  n.d

The French Oil Mill Machinery Co., Pique, Ohio, U.S.A., illustrations of machinery  DBR/1831  n.d

Hariel & Lueg, Neuss a. Rhein, catalogues of oil mill machinery (multilingual)  DBR/1832  1926

Harburger Eisen-und Bronzewerke, Harburg near Hamburg  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of oil mill machinery (English)  DBR/1833  1923

4 catalogues of machinery (German)  DBR/1834-7  1926

Fried. Krupp, Magdeburg  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of oil mill machinery  DBR/1838  1928

Description of oil expeller  DBR/1839  n.d

G. Luther, Braunschweig, description of oil mill machinery  DBR/1840  n.d

Fritz Muller, Esslinger a. N., catalogue of oil mill machinery  DBR/1841  n.d

Frans Smulders, Utrecht, catalogue of oil mill machinery  DBR/1842  n.d

Societa Veraci, Firenze, catalogue of oil mill machinery  DBR/1843  n.d

Thomas Manufacturing Co., Little Rock, Arkansas, catalogue of machinery  DBR/1844  n.d

Vallas Hermanos, Barcelona, catalogue of machinery for the extraction of oil and wine  DBR/1845  (1903)

Victor Coq, Aix-en-Provence, catalogue of oil machinery  DBR/1846  n.d

A.F. Craig & Co. Ltd. Caledonia Engine Works, Paisley, Scotland  [no ref. or date]

Catalogue of Oil Mill Machinery  DBR/1847  n.d

Leaflets describing individual machines etc  DBR/1848-1867  n.d

Catalogues of oil mill machinery (French)  DBR/1868-9  n.d

Periodicals  [no ref. or date]

Futter-und Dungemittel - Industrie  DBR/1870  1 Apr. 1929

The Cotton and Cotton Oil News  DBR/1871  15 Oct. 1932

The Soybean Digest  DBR/1872  March, 1968

Firms Publications  [no ref. or date]

Oil Seeds and Their Products (J.Bibby & Sons Ltd., Liverpool)  DBR/1873  n.d

The Mill Stone, house journal of B.O.C.M  DBR/1874  1919-1921

The Mill Stone, house journal of B.O.C.M  DBR/1875  1934-1936

An Epoch in Iron, a history of Barlow Foundry Inc. Newark, N.J., U.S.A  DBR/1876  n.d

Directories  [no ref. or date]

The Oil Mills Directory (a list of the manufacturers of oil in Great Britain)  DBR/1877  1905

Standard Directory of Cotton seed Oil Mills and Allied Industries (U.S.A.)  DBR/1878  1912 -1913

Standard Directory of Cotton seed Oil Mills and Allied Industries (U.S.A.)  DBR/1879  1920

The International Cotton Seed Products Directory (U.S.A.)  DBR/1880  1918-1919

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

The Technique of Oil Mill Industry Abroad (Russian)  DBR/1881  nd

Trades unions and employers' organisations  [no ref. or date]

Hull Iron Trades Employers' Association Handbook, (H.I.T.E.A.)  DBR/1882-4  1907

3 Copies

The Rules of the United Society of Boilermakers and Iron and Steel Ship Builders  DBR/1885  1834, 1890

Contents:
Instituted 1834, revised 1890

Account of wage rates and agreements in the shipyards, engine works and boiler shops in Hull  DBR/1886-7  1876-1898

Contents:
(Printed with M.S. additions, 2 versions)

The Rules of the Amalgamated Engineering Union  DBR/1888  1920

Engineers working rules agreed to between the H.I.T.E.A. and the Amalgamated Society of Engineers  DBR/1889-90  21 Aug. 1912

2 Copies

Additions to DBR/1889-1890  DBR/1891  7 Jan. 1915

Working rules agreed between H.I.T.E.A. and the A.E.U  DBR/1892  1 Jan. 1940

Rivetters' Piecework Rates, iron or steel, agreed between H.I.T.E.A. and the Boilermakers' & Iron Shipbuilders' Society  DBR/1893  13 Sept. 1888

Agreement between the Shipbuilding Employers Federation and the United Society of Boilermakers and Iron and Steel Shipbuilders as to the working of pneumatic revetting hammers (merchant work - new and repair)  DBR/1894  11 Jan. 1818

Agreement between the Plumbers Society and the Shipbuilding Employers Federation as to Oxy-Acetylene and electric welding plant, new and repair work  DBR/1895  9 March 1920

Shipyard rivetters' piecework prices  DBR/1896  22 Sept. 1897

Sixty Years of Trade Unionism, 1868-1928  DBR/1897  1868-1928

Contents:
Souvenirs of the sixtieth Trades Union Congress

Engineering and Allied Employers National Federation Publication  [no ref. or date]

Wage Movements  DBR/1898  1897-1925

Decisions of Central Conference  DBR/1899  1898-1925

Score books of the Old the Old Foundry Chricket Cricket Club  [no ref. or date]

Score book  DBR/1900-1901  1902-1903

Score book  DBR/1902  1903-1904

Score book  DBR/1903  1904-1906

Score book  DBR/1904  1906

Miscellaneous printed material  [no ref. or date]

William Fairbairn, Useful Information for Engineers: First Series  DBR/1905  1864

William Fairbairn, Useful Information for Engineers: Second Series  DBR/1906  1867

William Fairbairn, Useful Information for Engineers: Third Series  DBR/1907  1866

A.B. Brown, Engineering Facts and Figures for 1864  DBR/1908  [n.d.]

Thomas Tate, Exercises on Mechanics and Natural Philosophy  DBR/1909  1868

The rules of Amos and Smith's superannuation Fund and covering letter  DBR/1910-11  19 Nov. 1917

Port of Hull Society's Sailors' Orphan Homes Superannuation and Pension Fund members book  DBR/1912  n.d

A.J. Gough, "A Note on Mechanical Engineering in the Oils and Fats Industry", offprint from the Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers  DBR/1913  1947

Papers relating to shell production and other matters peculiar to the Great War, 1914-1919  [no ref. or date]

Minutes and papers of the Hull Board of Management  DBR/1914  22 Dec. 1915-29 Ap. 1919

Contents:
Signed by the Chairman, Charles Downs

File of daily and weekly shell production records  DBR/1915  Nov. 1915-Jan. 1917

Contents:
Incomplete

Weekly analysis of wages paid for various kinds of work  DBR/1916  29 March-16 Aug. 1916

Leaflets relating to War Savings and War Savings Committees  DBR/1917  n.d

Report by W. Littlejohn to Charles Downs  DBR/1918  21 June 1915

Contents:
On the manufacture of shells at the Elswick Works of Messrs. Sir W.G. Armstrongs Whitworth & Co. Ltd. with additional information submitted by post

Extra copies of the additional information in DBR/1918  DBR/1919-20  1915

Letter from W. Littlejohn to Charles Downs, on the rectification of wrongly boxed shells  DBR/1921  24 June 1915

Bundle of papers relating to shell production in different factories  [no ref. or date]

Report from T. Treeling to Charles Downs on this subject  DBR/1922  1916

Drawings of shells and shell machinery  DBR/1923-31  n.d

Notes etc. on the bottling of shell  DBR/1932  n.d

Files of miscellaneous papers relating to shell production  DBR/1933-4  n.d

Daily account of shell production  DBR/1935  1 Jan.-5 Feb. 1917

Daily record of shell production  DBR/1936  31 Dec. 1917-20 April 1918

Items omitted above and later accessions  [no ref. or date]

Will (photostat copy) John Todd of Sculcoates, gent  DBR/1937  17 Ap. 1833

Printed Poster  DBR/1938  1881

Contents:
Advertising the sale by auction of property in Regent Sq., New George St., and Cannon St.
To be sold by Charles Johnson on 31 Jan

Purchase contract  DBR/1939  12 Dec. 1893

Contents:
Parties: (ia) James Downs b) J.C. Thompson both of Hull, iron founders and machinery manufacturers
(ii) Rose Downs and Thompson Ltd.
Price: £20,000
Property: the machinery, plant etc. at the Old Foundry and the Fish Dock Works, Grimsby as detailed in summary inventory and valuation in schedule

Purchase contract  DBR/1940  12 Dec. 1893

Contents:
Parties as in DBR/1939
Price: £40,000
Property: a) The Old Foundry, 1-3 Ebenezer Terrace, the leasehold workshops in Fish Dock Road, Grimsby and the machinery and fixtures therein
b) the goodwill of the business and the debts owing to it

Plan  DBR/1941  1895

Contents:
Property adjacent to the Foundry divided into numbered plots

Schedule of 61 deeds, in box 1 at the Ocean Safe Deposit  DBR/1942-45  1806-1918

Note as to damage suffered by some of the deeds in DBR/1942-45 in the 1921 flood  DBR/1946  1921

Schedule of 12 deeds, in box 2 at the Ocean Safe Deposit  DBR/1947  1891-1917

Schedule of 9 documents in box 3 at the Ocean Safe Deposit  DBR/1948  1917-1926

Schedule of 25 documents, relating to the property of the Hull Forge Iron & Steel Co. Ltd  DBR/1949  1854-1947

Drawings by Samuel Musgrave, architect for new workshops at the Foundry  DBR/1950  16 May 1874

Contents:
Ground and first floor plans

Drawings by Samuel Musgrave, architect for new workshops at the Foundry  DBR/1951  16 May 1874

Contents:
Side and drain end elevations, sections and details

Drawings by Samuel Musgrave, architect for new workshops at the Foundry  DBR/1952  16 May 1874

Contents:
Roof plan, longitudinal section, window and other details

Impression of the proposed canteen and office extensions, by Elder and Lester, architects of Middlesborough  DBR/1953  16 April 1964

Aerial photograph of the foundry  DBR/1954  n.d

Box of sales publicity material  DBR/1955  n.d. 20th c

Contents:
Relating to:
Oil milling
General engineering
Seed cleaning machinery
Oils and fats
High temperature heating
Machine tools
Solvent extraction
Nutting machinery
Fish meal and oil
Hydraulic leathers
Hydraulic presses

Box of sales publicity material  DBR/1956  n.d. 20th c

Contents:
Relating to:
Solvent extraction
Oils and fats
Deodoriser
High temperature heating
Fish meal and oil
Compounds
Oil milling
Miscellaneous
General engineering

Pages removed from various publications  [no ref. or date]

New Encyclopaedia  DBR/1957  1813

Contents:
Section on oil and oil mills, and pl. 111-3 showing drawings of a water oil mill

Lewis's Topographical Dictionary  DBR/1958  1831

Contents:
512-9, section on Hull

The Penny Magazine  DBR/1959  13 Sept. 1834

Contents:
353-6, article on Hull and drawing of Market Place

Household Words  DBR/1960  7 Nov. 1853

Contents:
115-8, article on Colza Oil

Mechanics Magazine  DBR/1961  12 June 1858

Contents:
553-80, paper on oil mill machinery by Alexander Samuelson of Birmingham

Ures Dictionary of Arts  DBR/1962  1860

Contents:
Article on oil and 1878 illustrated article on oil mills

Illustrated London News  [no ref. or date]

Walkers Patent Hydraulic Engine, description and illustration  DBR/1963  6 Nov. 1847

Reception of Col.Lake and Capt. Thompson at Hull, description and view of the pier from the river  DBR/1964  21 June 1856

Martin Samuelson's machinery for crushing and grinding linseed, extracting the oil and making oil cake, description and illustration  DBR/1965  31 May 1862

Earl de Grey and Ripon at the unveiling of the statue of Queen Victoria in Pearson Park  DBR/1966  Nov. 7 1863

Earl de Grey and Ripon installed as High Steward in the Sessions Court  DBR/1967  Nov. 7 1863

Procession from the Sessions House to the Park in Carr Lane and the launch of vessels from Samuelson's Ship Yard  DBR/1968  Nov. 7 1863

Houses in Temperance Street destroyed by a building blown down in a storm, description and illustration  DBR/1969  20 Jan. 1866

Earl de Grey and Ripon unveiling the statue of Edward I in the new Town Hall, description and illustration  DBR/1970  3 Feb. 1866

Oil machinery at Terbe, Yemen, description and illustration  DBR/1971  27 Feb. 1869

The opening of Albert Dock, view of the Prince of Wales boarding S.S. Vivid in the lock pit  DBR/1972  31 July 1869

The Graphic  DBR/1973  11 March 1882

Contents:
247-52, illustrated feature on Hull

Manufacturers' Catalogues  [no ref. or date]

Robert Middleton, Sheep car Foundry, Leeds, England  [no ref. or date]

Oil Mill Machinery  DBR/1975  1902

Contents:
(Dated in pencil)

Oil Mill Machinery  DBR/1976-7  c.1911

Contents:
Enclosing 1911 price list

As DBR/1976  DBR/1978  c.1911

Hydraulic Presses and Cranes  DBR/1979  N.D

Briquett Machinery  DBR/1980  N.D

Hydraulic Pumps and Accumulators  DBR/1981  N.D

Oil Mill Machinery  DBR/1982  1922

Hydraulic Pumps and Accumulators  DBR/1983  1921

R.D.T. as successors to R. Middleton  [no ref. or date]

Bound volume containing copies of DBR/1980  DBR/1984  N.D

Contents:
Self-contained Oil Mills, N.D., Oil Mill price list, 1922; 1982; 1983; Hydraulic Presses, 1925; Cataloge de Machines para Legares de Ageite

Hydraulic Pumps and Accumulators  DBR/1985  N.D

Greenwood and Batty Ltd., Albion Works, Leeds  [no ref. or date]

Oil Mill Machinery, 1911 edition  DBR/1986-91  1911

3 Copies

Contents:
Enclosing price list and separate catalogues for hydraulic presses and pumps, and seed heating kettles and cake moulding machines

Oil Mill Machinery, 1914, edition  DBR/1992-96  1914

Contents:
Enclosing price list and photographs

Fritz Müller of Esslingen, Germany: Oil Mill Machinery  DBR/1997  1922

Extractochemis S.A., Zurich, Continuous Extraction  DBR/1998  n.d

Candwell Machine Co., Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A. Oil Mill Machinery  DBR/1999-2000  1917

Contents:
Enclosing price list

The U.D. Anderson Co., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A  DBR/2001  1918

The U.D. Anderson Co., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A  DBR/2002  1920

The U.D. Anderson Co., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A  DBR/2003  N.D

The Platt Iron Works, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A., file of bulletins  DBR/2004-2007  1915-1919

Contents:
684 N. D. Oil Mill Equipment
762 June 1915, Centrifugal Pumps
783 Oct 1915, Stilwell Feed Water Heaters, class 'O' type
784 Feb 1916, Stilwell Feed Water Heaters, horizontal section type
788 June 1916, Smith-Vaile Pumps
794 May 1918, Double Suction, Multi Stage Centrifugal Pumps
795 May 1919, Smith-Vaile Oil Mill Machinery (3 copies with quotation from C. F. Ames of New York attached to one)
796 July 1919, Triplex Power Pumps enclosing detailed quotation for oil mill machinery from E. C. Berridge of London, 16 August 1915, a Platt publicity leaflet supplied by Berridge, and foundation plans for 4-72" coakers supplied by Platt

Publications containing Rosedowns' advertisments  [no ref. or date]

International Exhibition Advertiser and Visitors' Handbook  DBR/2008  1861

Contents:
(Illustrated accounts of the history, topography and industry of Manchester, Sheffield, Leeds, Bradford and Lincoln with shorter notices on St. Neots, Wolverhampton, Rotherham, Wakefield, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Halifax, Keighley, Hull, Matlock, Buxton, Harrogate and Scarborough and almost 200 pages of advertisements, Rosedowns, p. 157)

Official Catalogue of the Great Industrial Fisheries Exhibition, London 1883  DBR/2009  1883

Contents:
Details of Rosedowns exhibits are on p. 142

Publications relating to Industrial Relations  [no ref. or date]

Iron Trades Employees' Association Records  DBR/2010  1872-1900

Contents:
Containing reprints of annual reports and other publications, portraits and biographical details of presidents etc. (reference to Hull industrial disputes, pp. 29, 57, 62, 107, 141)

Publications of the Engineering and Allied Employers' National Federation  [no ref. or date]

Constitution  DBR/2011  1899

Constitution  DBR/2012  1924

Constitution  DBR/2013  1934

Constitution  DBR/2014  1936

Rules of the Indemnity Fund  DBR/2015  1924

Thirty Years of Industrial Concilliation  DBR/2016  n.d

List of federated firms  DBR/2017  1911

Contents:
(Alphabetical and classified lists)

Wage rates for rivetters agreed between the Hull Iron Trades Employers' Association and the Boilermakers' and Iron Ship Builders' Society  DBR/2018  n.d

W. Ellis Hall, The Law and Practice Relating to Workmens' Compensation and Employers' Liability  DBR/2019  1898

W. Annan, Duties of Employers under the National Insurance Act  DBR/2020  1911

W. Beveridge, Social Insurance and Allied Services, H.M.S.O  DBR/2021  1942

Miscellaneous Publications  [no ref. or date]

"Recovery of Oil from Whale Glue Water", reprinted from Norwegian Gazette  DBR/2022a  n.d

H. I. Coaley, R. A. Bellwood, B. P. Flockton, Vegetable Oils, their expression, extraction, refining and deodorising  DBR/2022b  n.d

T. Sparre, "Small Scale Manufacture of Fish Meal", reprinted from F.A.O. Fisheries Bulletin, 6  DBR/2023  1952

T. Sheppard, Hull and the Fishing Industry, Hull Museum Publication no. 153  DBR/2024  1928

J. W. Pearson, "The Seed Crushing Industry", Journal of the Royal Society of Arts  DBR/2025  Dec. 1919

Indices to patents granted 1851-1910 for grains and seeds, grinding, crushing and pulverising, hydraulic presses, moulding plastic and powdered substances and oils, fats, lubricants, candles and soaps  DBR/2026  n.d

George Bonnemann, Die Setter Oele Leipzig  DBR/2027-8  1899

(2 vols., text and diagrams)

Journal of the Hull Association of Engineers  DBR/2029  1959-1960

Journal of the Hull Association of Engineers  DBR/2030  1960-1961

Journal of the Hull Association of Engineers  DBR/2031  1961-1962

J. H. Redman, The Law of Arbitration and Awards  DBR/2032  1872

Trustee Savings Bank Year Book  DBR/2033  1944

Report of the Hull Municipal Charities up to the year 1935  DBR/2034  1935

The Mill Stone  DBR/2035  1937-1940

Photographs  [no ref. or date]

The staff of the Shanghai Branch  DBR/2036  c1913

Interior of workshop showing all female staff  DBR/2037  N.D

The Tennis Club  DBR/2038  N.D

The Old Foundry Cricket Club  DBR/2039-40  N.D

2 Prints

A milling machine for machining fuse holes etc. in H.E. aerial bombs  DBR/2041-3  n.d

Contents:
2 prints and a description of its manufacture in just under 14 days

File of 10 photographs illustrating the erection of a new shed adjacent to Cannon Street Station  DBR/2044  13 Jan-4 April 1938

File of 29 photographs of a fire at Chambers and Fargus Lime Street Mill  DBR/2045  n.d

Contents:
Including aerial views of the blaze, and picture of damaged machinery, salvage works, etc

Photographs taken at the Polar Whaling Co. Station, Mawkes Harbour, Labrador  DBR/2046  Sept. 1945

Contents:
Showing installations and the treatment of whales

Views of Iceland taken by R. A. Bellwood  DBR/2047-8  1939

Contents:
Also negatives

Letter from Rivers Keeling of Alcester, Warwicks  DBR/2049  1884-1928

Contents:
Asking for a testimonial and enclosing photographs of James Downs (1884), James Downs and Dick Baxter (N.D. late C19), Leslie Downs, C.B.E. (N.D.), L.H. Downs (at Grand Canyon, U.S.A., 1928), William Warrington (N.D.) and Tom Downs

View of the Old Foundry  DBR/2050  N.D

L. H. Downs  DBR/2051  N.D

Correspondence  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence between James Downs and his son William in New York, U.S.A  [no ref. or date]

Letters from William Downs  DBR/2052  1883

Contents:
31 Jan, 27 Feb (from New Orleans), 3, 16 Apr., 9 May, 3 June (2), 30 June (2), 30 Aug (2), 31 Aug

From William Downs (12/21)  DBR/2053  21 Sep. 1888

From William Downs (13/17)  DBR/2054  22 Feb. 1889

From James Downs (13/15)  DBR/2055  8 Jan. 1889

From William Downs (13/13)  DBR/2056  5 Mar. 1889

File of letters from the Inventors Patent Right Association as to James Downs application for a patent for improved hydraulic presses and seed crushing, oil expressing and other similar purposes, 1869-1870  [no ref. or date]

Letter 22 November  DBR/2057  n.d

Letter 2 December  DBR/2058-61  n.d

Contents:
Enclosing receipts and official certificate of leaving and record, 9 November

Letters 8 December (and copy)  DBR/2062-3  n.d

Letters 11 December  DBR/2064  n.d

Letters 30 December  DBR/2065  n.d

Letters 3 January  DBR/2066  n.d

Letters 5 January  DBR/2067  n.d

Letters 12 January  DBR/2068  n.d

Letters 15 January  DBR/2069  n.d

Letters 28 January  DBR/2070  n.d

Cover  DBR/2071  n.d

Miscellaneous Correspondence  [no ref. or date]

A. B. Lowther at Chicago to 'Friend Pearson'  DBR/2072  7 June 1876

Contents:
(Copy); personal and technical matters

Circular letter from Pearson, Beckitt and Co. of Rockavilla Oil Mill, Glasgow  DBR/2073  8 Feb 1877

Contents:
The opening of the mill

Copies of letters of A. B. Lowther of Chicago to J. C. Moore and Co. of New York  DBR/2074  10 -19 May 1877

Contents:
As to patent matters and a visit to England. 10 May 2 letters

Jos Curry of Lowestoft to J. Downs  DBR/2075-6  31 July 1886

Contents:
Enclosing copy of a letter from E.K. Walker of Jos Whitham & Son of Leeds to J. C. Barber, 19 July 1880 as machinery supplied to Curry and Barber

Copy of letter from Joseph Whitham & Son, Leeds to (J. L. Barber?)  DBR/2077  n.d

J. F. Elsworth to R.D.T  DBR/2078,9  5, 16 June 1884

Contents:
His resignation from the firm

R.D.T. to J. C. Hewitt  DBR/2080  11 November 1886

Contents:
Dismissal notice with testimonial 7 December, attached

R. D. T. to Henry Leask & Co. Dublin  DBR/2081  29 June 1887

Contents:
Dissolving chemicals, boiling oil

R. D. T. to Messrs Gospara & Co., Barcelona  DBR/2082  1 Feb (188?)

Contents:
re boiling oil

Notes on boiling oil, N.D. by J. Walton and letters to Preston Nixon & Co. of Liverpool, 30 Dec (?1887), H. N. Leask & Co. of Dublin 19 May (? 1887), and Pearson Bros  DBR/2083  1887

W. Kite, Engineer, S.F.D., Shangai to Dr. Pickton, future orders, with cover  DBR/2084  n.d

James Scott, manager of the Linseed Oil and Cake Mills, Berwick on Tweed  DBR/2085  28 Feb 1890

Contents:
Request for valuation of the machinery at the mill as described

Summons to James Downs to serve on the Grand Jury  DBR/2086  18 March 1891

Hirst and Cook of the Lead, Oil, Paint, Colour and Varnish Works, Hull  DBR/2087  26 May 1893

Contents:
Recipe for boiling oil

Fred Walker to C. Downs  DBR/2088-9  30 June 1917

Contents:
Industrial relations, with cover

Correspondence, list of donors, and account from Henry Lee & Sons of Hull, jewellers, as to a testimonial for C. D. Holmes  DBR/2090-2  1917

W. S. Hide to Charles Downs  DBR/2093-4  15 July 1918

Contents:
Personal difference, industrial relations, and donor

Hull Chamber of Commerce to Charles Downs  DBR/2095-6  8 Oct 1931

Contents:
His appointment to the Council of the Chamber, and cover

R. A. Bellwood to Charles Downs  DBR/2097-8  13 Sept 1932

Contents:
Downs health and need for a holiday

Valuations  [no ref. or date]

Valuations by James Downs of machinery at the Union Mill of the late Richard Reynolds, 1879  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Lowe, Moss and Moss requesting the valuation  DBR/2099  20 May 1879

Inventory of machinery to be bought by Messrs. P. Smith & Coal, a valuation giving names of suppliers and costs  DBR/2100, 2101  1879

2 Copies

Inventory of items to be left as found  DBR/2102,3  1879

2 Copies

Report  DBR/2104,5  1879

2 Copies

Cover  DBR/2106  n.d

List and valuation of machinery damaged in a fire at Mr. J. Grindall's mill, Reform Street, Hull  DBR/2107  11 May 1883

Summary valuation and detailed inventory and working notes in respect of machinery damaged by fire of the mill of Messrs Steward Bros. and Spencers, Rochester  DBR/2108-2110  24 Nov, 8 Dec 1883

Specifications  [no ref. or date]

Moore & Co. Oil Machinery  DBR/2111  N.D

Machinery for R. J.Nell, Louth  DBR/2112  n.d

Unidentified  DBR/2113  N.D

Reports  [no ref. or date]

Report of Marid Poilay, manager of an oil mill at Alexander to the Land and Mortgage Company of Egypt  DBR/2114  4 Apr 1881

Contents:
The economics of oil milling in Egypt, detailed proposals and costings.
8 Aug 1881: the operation of his mill (production marketing, home and export), detailed costed proposals for an extension

Report of Marid Poilay, manager of an oil mill at Alexander to the Land and Mortgage Company of Egypt  DBR/2115  N.D

Contents:
Modified extension proposals

Detailed report of W. Kite, engineer, S.F.D., to Dr. Pichon  DBR/2116  n.d

Contents:
On the condition of oil mill machinery at the Bean Cake Mill, Newchwang, China, recently purchased from Jardine Matheson & Co

Estimates giving details of the machinery required and prices  [no ref. or date]

Rolls for Stewart Bros. & Spencer, Stroud, Glos  DBR/2117  1882

Gearing for J. F. Hirsh, London, and pumps for Evans and Lea of Manchester  DBR/2118  May-June 1882

Oil Mill for Badant Bros., London; pontoon for Blyth, Liverpool; tools for M. Sanners & Co., Manchester  DBR/2119  Nov. 1882

Gearing for J. C. Summonds & Son  DBR/2120  7 March 1883

Gearing etc. for Badart Frères, London, hydraulic pumps for Simions, Renfrew  DBR/2121  June-July, 1883

Oil Mill for Badart Frères, London  DBR/2122  Aug. 1883

Gearing for Badart Frères, Rotherhythe  DBR/2123  18 Aug. 1883

Gearing for sackhoists etc. for No. 1 Mill for Badart Frères, Rotherhythe  DBR/2124  20 Oct 1883

Gearing for Russia Steam Oil Mills to St. Petersburg  DBR/2126  2 Jan 1883

As DBR/2124 for No. 2 Mill  DBR/2125  1883

Oil Mill for G. W. Le Brun, London  DBR/2127  1883

Gearing for John Knight & Sons, Silvertown, London  DBR/2128  15 Jan 1884

Probably a continuation of DBR/2128  DBR/2129  1884

Meal press for A. Crosse & Sons, Glasgow  DBR/2130  Dec. 1884

Hydraulic lift for Messrs Thompson Bros., Kirklaudy  DBR/3131  N.D

For Blakie Bros., Aberdeen  DBR/2132  N.D

Warehouse machinery for the Lynn Dock Co.  DBR/2133  14 Feb 1884

Float for the Kingston Enamelled Slate Works  DBR/2134  28 Feb 1884

Oil Mill for Bourckhandt & Urland, St. Petersburg  DBR/2135  1884

Pontoon for Murdock & Templeton  DBR/2136  N.D

Steel Cylinder for Stewart Bros. & Spencer  DBR/2137  N.D

Engine Etc. for F. Thorl, Humburg  DBR/2138  n.d

Gearing for George Holff, Söhne  DBR/2139  N.D

Machinery for Hull Trading Co  DBR/2140  23 May 1885

Tank for J. G. Major, Chemical Works, Sculcoates  DBR/2141  n.d

Engine, oil mill etc. for R. J. Nell, Louth  DBR/2142  N.D

Tank for Steward Bros. and Spencer  DBR/2143  17 July 1885

Work for Mr. Burrell  DBR/2144  15 Aug 1885

Dredger for Govan Harbour Board  DBR/2145  25 July 1885

Cake rack for Burton and Waterhouse  DBR/2146  25 July 1885

Machinery for Messrs Nell, Louth  DBR/2147  n.d

Steining pump shaft for Hull Corporation Mill Dams pumping station  DBR/2148  6 Oct 1885

Rape oil refinery for Mr, Shukoff  DBR/2149  14 Jan 1886

Crane for the Madras Railway Co and Dredging machine for J. Bryne  DBR/2150  9 Oct 1885

Repairs for Pearson & Bailey, Brittania Mill  DBR/2151  10 Oct 1885

Casting, for J. Parker  DBR/2152  n.d

Engine etc. for Hirsch's Copenhagen Oil Mills Ltd  DBR/2153  28 Apr 1885

Contents:
Hydraulic machinery for Mr. Biltons, March 1885; excavation for Mr. ? Konrad

Steel cylinder for the Sinde, Punjab and Delhi Railway  DBR/2154  N.D

Tank etc. for William Joy & Sons, Hull  DBR/2155  n.d

Oil Mill for Hirsch & Co., London  DBR/2156  24 Apr 1885

Hoisting machinery for Mr. Bilton  DBR/2157  21 March 1885

Gear for Hoston  DBR/2158  N.D

Machinery for the Driffield Cake Co  DBR/2159  12 Jan 1886

Floating, moveable elevations for Messrs. Craggs, Middlesborough  DBR/2160  4 Feb 1886

Press plates for Messrs. Furness, Hartlepool  DBR/2161  n.d

Machinery for Mr. Grotrian, Hull  DBR/2162  n.d

Cotton oil refinery for the Driffield Pure Cake Co  DBR/2163  7 March 1886

Hydraulic fittings for M. Delarm  DBR/2164  22 March 1886

Bottom conveyor for the Boston Dock Co  DBR/2165  10 July 1886

Machinery for the Boston Harbour Commissioners  DBR/2166  27 July 1886

Buckets etc. for C. R. Rouveld, Amsterdam  DBR/2167  6 Aug 1886

Machinery for Stewart Bros., & Spencer  DBR/2168  n.d

Rolls etc. for Barton and Waterworks  DBR/2169  N.D

Materials for Grimsby Waterworks  DBR/2170  N.D

Machinery for H. Leake & Son, Lynn  DBR/2171  5 Feb 1887

Gearing for Barton & Waterhouse  DBR/2172  1 June 1887

Presses etc. for J. Bibby & Sons  DBR/2173  1887-1888

Propelling barge for Matheson & Grant, London  DBR/2174  29 Sept 1887

As DBR/2174  DBR/2175  1887

Iron punt for Maenaughton Bros., Glasgow  DBR/2176  13 Nov 1887

Butterine Press for J. Knight & Son of London  DBR/2177  4 Oct 1887

Machinery for the African Lakes Company  DBR/2178  N.D

Machinery for Mr. Oke, Hamburg  DBR/2179  N.D

Tanks for the Farmers Co., Brigg  DBR/2180  30 Nov 1887

Machinery for the Driffield Cake Co  DBR/2181  1888

Various accumulators  DBR/2182  18 Jan 1888

Hopwoods patent boiler  DBR/2183  15 Feb 1888

Gearing for Mr. H. A. Leake  DBR/2184  21 Feb 1888

Machinery for H. Leake & Sons, Kings Lynn  DBR/2185  28 Feb 1888

Press plates etc. for M. Delarue  DBR/2186  29 March 1888

Rolls etc. for E. & H. Pearson, Liverpool  DBR/2187  27 March 1888

Gearing etc. for Palmer & Co., London  DBR/2188  23 March 1888

Tanks etc. for Simonds & Son, Boston  DBR/2189  1 Nov 1889

Oil Mill for M. Jobst, Bremen  DBR/2190  4 Sept 1890

Presses etc. for Mr. Horne  DBR/2191  N.D

Rolls etc. for the Driffield Seed Crushing Co  DBR/2192  26 March 1891

Rolls etc. for Marie Farjon, Busharest, dredger links for Hull Dock Co.; machinery for Bibby & Sons  DBR/2193  1892-1893

Accumulator ram for Gast & Bolander Ltd  DBR/2194  n.d

Olive Oil Mill For Bow McLachlan & Co., safety valve accumulator for Rayton & Co., machinery for Messrs. Thorley, with inventory of machinery from Sadler, Firth & Ross of Southwark attached  DBR/2195  1893-1894

Tank for the Oil Extracting Co., Stoneferry, Hull  DBR/2196  n.d

Manufacturers' Catalogues  [no ref. or date]

Mirlees Watson Co. Ltd., oil mill machinery  DBR/2197  c1924

Greenwood & Batley Ltd., Leeds, oil mill machinery  DBR/2198  n.d

Brecht B.S. Co., St. Louis, U.S.A  DBR/2199  1909

The Continental Gin Co.: Ginning machinery catalogue  DBR/2200  1919

The Continental Gin Co.: Ball bearing linter catalogue  DBR/2201  n.d

The Continental Gin Co.: Correspondence  DBR/2202-3  n.d

The Continental Gin Co.: Cotton Ginning machinery catalogue  DBR/2204  n.d

The Continental Gin Co.: Repair parts catalogue  DBR/2205  1920

The Continental Gin Co.: Catalogue  DBR/2206  n.d

Baver Bros. & Co., Springfield, Ohio, U.S.A.: Catalogue and correspondence  DBR/2207-9  1918

Baver Bros. & Co., Springfield, Ohio, U.S.A.: Catalogue  DBR/2210  1920

Baver Bros. & Co., Springfield, Ohio, U.S.A.: Catalogue  DBR/2211  N.D

Miscellaneous Publications  [no ref. or date]

Quarterly Journal of the Driffield and East Riding Pure Linseed Cake Co  DBR/2212  Oct 1878

The A.C.T. process for printing sheet metal  DBR/2213  n.d

Papers to be read at a conference on the utilisation of trade wastes  DBR/2214  Dec. 1930

H. Grenville Turner, "A Wonderful Bean, Manifold. Uses of the Soya Bean", reprint from Milling  DBR/2215  17 Dec. 1927

"Progress in British Fishing Industry", (new factory of the Hull Fish Meal & Oil Co.), The Fishing News  DBR/2216  31 May 1930

Harry Shoosmith and P. D. Priestman, "William Dent Priestman and the Development of the Oil Engine." Diesal Engine Users Association  DBR/2217a  Feb. 1944

S. H. Priestman, Grabs  DBR/2217b  1946

Buildings in Hennebiques Patent Ferro-Concrete  [no ref. or date]

Publicity material  [no ref. or date]

Relere des Travaux Executès pendant l'année 1899 et l'expesition Universelle, de 1900  DBR/2218  1899-1900

Contents:
Gives names and addresses of agents and concessionaries in France, Europe and Egypt; lists of buildings with names of architects and owners, photographs and drawings of selected structures

Hennebiques Patent Concrete Piles and Sheet Piles  DBR/2219  n.d

Contents:
Text, drawings and photographs of piling in use

Tests of Cattle Wharf at Princes' Jetty, Liverpool  DBR/2220  n.d

Tests of Woolston Jetty, Southampton  DBR/2221  N.D

Tests of a floor of a fitting shop at Bolton  DBR/2222  N.D

Subway at Quai Debilty, Paris  DBR/2223-4  n.d

2 Copies

Tests of the floors of Mr. Van Hoegaerten's Cotton Mill at Court Street, St. Etienne, Belgium  DBR/2225  1901

Fire trials at Ghent Exhibition  DBR/2226  N.D

Trial of grain silos erected at Swansea for Messrs. Weaver & Co  DBR/2227  N.D

Certificate of trials on Hennebiques Patent Concrete floors at 105 St. Mary's Street, Southampton  DBR/2228  1898

The use of patent concrete piles in the widening of the River Avon above Christchurch Bridge, Hants  DBR/2229  1900

Report on the ice factory of Messrs. Fiori Bros. and Paola at Turin  DBR/2230  N.D

The insurance of Messrs. Perrande and Co.'s floor mills at Nantes showing the savings obtained by the use of patent concrete  DBR/2231  N.D

Vibration produced in Hennebiques Ferro Concrete floor by falling weights  DBR/2232  N.D

Extensions of the Workshop in Caroline St. for Rose Downs and Thompson  [no ref.]  1900

Contents:
(Hennebiques order 9239/125)

Designs by Henry B. Downs of London - Block plan  DBR/2233  1900

Designs by Henry B. Downs of London - Plans and section  DBR/2234  1900

Designs by Henry B. Downs of London - Stairs and entrance  DBR/2235  1900

Detailed drawing by L. G. Mouchel for construction in patent ferro concrete No. 1: sections  DBR/2236  1900

Detailed drawing by L. G. Mouchel for construction in patent ferro concrete - No. 2: sections  DBR/2237  1900

Detailed drawing by L. G. Mouchel for construction in patent ferro concrete - No. 4: details of foundations  DBR/2238  1900

Detailed drawing by L. G. Mouchel for construction in patent ferro concrete - No. 5: details of columns  DBR/2239  1900

Detailed drawing by L. G. Mouchel for construction in patent ferro concrete - No. 6: elevation to the street and sections  DBR/2240  1900

Detailed drawing by L. G. Mouchel for construction in patent ferro concrete - No. 8: elevation to the yard and sections  DBR/2241  1900

Detailed drawing by L. G. Mouchel for construction in patent ferro concrete - No. 12: elevation and sections  DBR/2242  1900

Detailed drawing by L. G. Mouchel for construction in patent ferro concrete - No. 16: dimensions of doors and windows  DBR/2243  1900

Retaining wall for N.E.R. at Hull  [no ref.]  1901

Contents:
(Hennebiques order no. 220)

L. G. Mouchel's designs for ferro concrete construction (sections)  DBR/2244-5  July 1901

2 Copies

L. G. Mouchel's designs for ferro concrete construction (sections)  DBR/2246  July 1901

Plans (Sections) as DBR/2244-6  DBR/2247-8  October 1901

2 Copies

Bills of Quantity  DBR/2249-51  1901

Covering letter for DBR/2247-51  DBR/2252  1901

Rough drawings  DBR/2253-4  1901

Letters from the Cold Storage Office, Southampton Docks of the London and S.W. Railway as to concrete piles  DBR/2255  21 August 1901

Spiral Staircase for Eagle Oil Mill, Wilmington (Hennebiques order no. 159)  [no ref. or date]

Gelder and Kitchen's design plan  DBR/2256  1900

L. G. Mouchel's designs for ferro concrete erection  DBR/2257  1900

2 Copies

Works at Rosedown's Old Foundry  [no ref. or date]

Plan for filling pit  DBR/2258  19 Feb 1901

Plan for a time office in the yard  DBR/2259  22 August 1901

Details of time for the erecting shop  DBR/2260  1901

Specification for the Hennebique system  DBR/2261  1901

Rough notes  DBR/2262  1901

Silos for Brown and Polson. Paisley  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Shankland Allan & Co., Coal, Gravel etc. Merchants of Glasgow  DBR/2263  5 June 1901

Contents:
Quotation for sand

Letter from W. R. Kenwick & Co. of Glasgow  DBR/2264  6 June 1901

Contents:
Quotation for sand

Letter from W. R. Kenwick  DBR/2265  7 June 1901

Contents:
As DBR/2263

Letter from Shankland Allan & Co  DBR/2266  8 June 1901

Contents:
As DBR/2263

Letter from Johnston & Co. of Glasgow, builders' merchants  DBR/2267  10 June 1901

Contents:
Quotation for cement

Letter from W. R. Kenwick  DBR/2268  11 June 1901

Contents:
Quotation for cement

Letter from L. G. Mouchel of London  DBR/2269  11 June 1901

Plans for 1st and 2nd project  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Enclosed with DBR/2269

Elevation and section for first project  DBR/2270  n.d

Elevation and section for second project  DBR/2271  n.d

Plan for first and second project  DBR/2272  n.d

Pages 2 and 3 of a letter to Brown and Polson  DBR/2273-4  n.d

Costing papers  DBR/2275-84  n.d

Quotation for cement from Shankland Allan & Co  DBR/2285  12 June 1901

Letter from L. G. Mouchel  DBR/2286a  14 June 1901

Letter from Brown and Polson (copy)  DBR/2286b  13 June 1901

Contents:
Receipt of prints. Enclosed with DBR/2286A

Quotation from Alex. Murdock of Glasgow for slag  DBR/2287  19 June 1901

Quotation for cement from Alex. Murdock  DBR/2288  21 June 1901

Part of a copy letter  DBR/2289  n.d

Rough notes  DBR/2290  n.d

A floor at Edward Robson's Oil Mill  [no ref. or date]

Letter from L. G. Mouchel  DBR/2291  30 Oct. 1901

Plans and sections  DBR/2292-3  1901

Contents:
Enclosed with DBR/2291

Costings  DBR/2294  1901

Contents:
Enclosed with DBR/2291

Enclosure list  DBR/2295  1901

Contents:
Enclosed with DBR/2291

Miscellanea  [no ref. or date]

Drawings and quantities for the floor of a public hall, Hull  DBR/2296-7  n.d

Diagrams illustrationg experiments carried out on floors at the Rue de Lille Station of the Orleans Railway Co. at Paris  DBR/2298  N.D

Photograph of a warehouse erected at Plymouth for the G.W.R  DBR/2299  n.d

Diagrams of a Revetment de Four a Chaux  DBR/2300-1  April 1900

Negative prints of the working drawings for Cleveland Street Bridge  DBR/2302-3  n.d

Letter from L. G. Mouchel and quantity sheets and drawings for a silo in Wincolmlee  DBR/2304  1 Nov. 1904

Pattern sheet for roll turned sections manufactured by George Wragg of the Wardly Metal Works, Salford  DBR/2305  n.d

Alterations and Extensions  [no ref. or date]

Plans, elevations and sections for a garage to adjoin existing building by W. Littlejohn  DBR/2306  25.10.1914

Elevation and section of scaffolding by Henry B. Downs  DBR/2307  N.D

Window sashes in the New Machine Shop  DBR/2308  N.D

Designs for windows supplied by Henry Hope & Sons Ltd. of Birmingham  DBR/2309  N.D

Correspondence  [no ref. or date]

From the Carver Cotton Gin Co., East Bridgewater, Mass  DBR/2310  29 Sept. 1899

Contents:
Letter, quotation and illustrated leaflet about cotton seed machinery

From F. P. Morris, Clarkesville, Texas  DBR/2311  19 January 1905

Contents:
The local cotton seed industry

From Ludw. Loewe & Co. Ltd. of Berlin, Manchester and London as agents for the Norton Grinding Co. of Worcester, Mass  DBR/2312  [n.d.]

Contents:
1902-9: Norton Grinding Machine

Quotation  DBR/2312/1  29 April 1902

Specification and 8 drawings  DBR/2312/2  13 June 1902

Performance details and photograph  DBR/2312/3  18 May 1904

Copies of testimonials  DBR/2312/4  Sept. 1907

Quotation, specification photograph and 7 drawings  DBR/2312/5  14 July 1908

Amplification of DBR/5  DBR/2312/6  23 Oct. 1908

Proposed inspection of the machine  DBR/2312/7  7 Nov. 1908

Enclosing catalogue  DBR/2312/8  10 Nov. 1908

To Loewe stating the terms on which an order would be placed  DBR/2312/9  13 Dec. 1908

Rough notes  DBR/2312/10  n.d

From Rivers Freeling  DBR/2313  12 Oct 1912

Contents:
Report on a visit to the Engineering Exhibition at Olympia describing machines by J. Sticks and Sons of Halifax (lathe etc.), Herberts (Lodge and Shipley Lathe Norton Grinder), Darling and Sellers (lathes), Drummond Bros. of Guildford, Webster and Bruce, Churchills (grinding machine, Butlers of Halifax, Richards (sand blast), Burton Griffiths, Asquiths (drilling machines), Vickers (drills), Kynocks (gas engines), British Oxygen and Engineering Co. (oxyacetylene cutters), Universal Moulding Machine Co. and Britannic Engineering Co. (magnetic chucks), Barnes, Russell Bros. of Redditch, Wadkins, Joshua Heaps (screwing machines), B. & S. Holroyds (thread milling machines), Smith and Coventry, (planes)

From W. H. Wheelhouse  DBR/2314  N.D. (? 1912)

Contents:
Apparently about the same exhibition as DBR/2313 describing the exhibits of L.E.B. Engineering Co. (condenser tube ferrule), Engineering Co. (oxyacetylene cutters, Holbrooks (lathes), Stirk (lathe), Greenwood and Batley (grinder)

Correspondence relating to a claim by William B. Littlejohn in respect of designs for machines used in the manufacture of armaments  DBR/2315  1917-1923

To W. Menzies, British Extracting Co., Hull and H. V. Wright, B.O.C.M., Hull  DBR/2316-7  4 Oct 1920

Contents:
As to a period spent by the writer's son at that firm

Letters sent to prospective purchasers of cider machinery  DBR/2318  1931-1933

From R. A. Bellwood  DBR/2319  9 Feb 1934

Contents:
Describing a voyage on the S.S. Sevilla from South Georgia to St. Vincent, Cape Verde Island

Numbers not used  DBR/2320-2339  [n.d.]

From J. Brewis of Port Sunlight  DBR/2340  N.D

Contents:
The cost of working palm kernals

Report from R. A. Bellwood of his experiences with the whaling fleet of South Georgia  DBR/2341  1933-1934

Sales Publicity Material  [no ref. or date]

Issued by Rosedowns: Cider Machinery  DBR/2342  n.d

Issued by Rosedowns: Plant for feeding cake manufacture  DBR/2343  n.d

Issued by Rosedowns: Single chain automatic grabs  DBR/2344a  n.d

Dredgers  DBR/2344b  n.d

Issued by Rosedowns: Draft publicity material giving brief details of each department  DBR/2345  N.D. (? 1920's)

Issued by Greenwood and Batley of Leeds: Self contained Anglo-American Oil Mill  DBR/2346  N.D

Issued by Robert Middleton of Leeds: Notification of the business association of Robert Middleton and Mr. H. Lambert, consulting engineer  DBR/2347  n.d

Issued by Robert Middleton of Leeds: Cake Moulding machine and seed heating kettle  DBR/2348  n.d

Issued by Robert Middleton of Leeds: Anglo-American seed rolls  DBR/2349  n.d

Issued by Hennefer Maschinenfabrik C. Reuther & Reisert m.b.H: and working in German and English  DBR/2350  n.d

Issued by El'ablissements A. Olier of Paris: Oil Mill machinery with prices and list of completed contracts  DBR/2351  1928

Reports  [no ref. or date]

'Oil Machinery on a New Principle'  DBR/2352  16 July 1884

Contents:
Description of Anglo-American oil mills built by Rosedowns in Russia

Analysis of seed cakes etc. by M. D. Penny  DBR/2353  n.d

Mixtures of seeds used in corn cake manufacture by F. C. Matthews Son & Co., The Driffield P.L.C. and Union Cake Co. Ltd. and Joseph Thorley  DBR/2354  1889-1890

Group of papers fixed together  DBR/2355  1892-1894

Contents:
Lists of items analysed, June 1892-Sept 1894
Statement of the fees for anlysis charged by G. Carr-Robinson of the College of Chemistry, Royal Institution, Hull with details of tuition and other services provided
Report by Robinson on the analysis of cake yeilds
Specification for a hydraulic press

Report by J. W. Tenman, mate, of the experiences of the S.S. Una commanded by Captain G. R. Melton and owned by Messrs. Bailey and Leetham of Hull on a voyage from Shields to Revel  DBR/2356  18-26 Nov 1893

Report on experiments conducted at the General Oil Co.'s works at Stoneferry to test the efficiency of new bafflers  DBR/2357  16 Dec 1898

Test taken by Mr. R. A. Bellwood at Messrs. The General Oil Co. works, Stoneferry  DBR/2358  6-9 May 1901

Tests made with a 15 ton electric travelling crane  DBR/2359  10 June 1901

Analysis by C. W. Birrel of the boiler feed water at Rosedowns  DBR/2360  14 July 1904

'Method of processing China Beans as done in Manchuria and China'  DBR/2361  15 April 1907

Report by R. A. Bellwood on the opportunities for selling oil mill machinery to Russia  DBR/2362  Feb 1909

Costings for the operation of the extract house of Wray Sanderson & Co. for the weak ending 4 July  DBR/2363a  1914

An account of the iron and steel ship building and marine engineering industry in Hull with special reference to Earles  DBR/2363b  n.d

Note for information supplied by Mr. Harold Meggittt of James Barnes, Sydney, Australia of seed crushing processes in Australia  DBR/2364  9 June 1922

Papers on engineering companies' stocks and shares  DBR/2365  1932-1933

Contents:
Pinned together:
M.S. list of share values at various dates in 1932 and 1933
Page from Mechanical World, 12 Aug 1932

Report on tests carried out on Mo-Hong Coconut oil  DBR/2366a  6.9.1933

2 Copies

Note on the history and current business of Rosedowns  DBR/2366b  N.D. (? 1880)

Thorls New Oil Mill (Hamburg) for processing linseed and palm kernel  DBR/2366c  n.d

Mr. Bellwood's notes on Norway  DBR/2366d  n.d

'Soya cake as a cattle food': a report of tests carried out by Prof. D. A. Gilchrist at Newton Regg, the Cumberland and Westmorland Farm School  DBR/2366e  Feb 1909

Description of a Chemical Oil Extraction plant  DBR/2366f  N.D

Notes by Mr. C. Schmitz on the working of Dhupa by the extraction process  DBR/2367  N.D

List of controlled establishments in Hull  DBR/2368  N.D. (?1914-1918)

Rates and taxes payable on property in Gisbon Street  DBR/2369  n.d

Statement of the expenses of working an Anglo-American Oil Mill with 16 presses  DBR/2370  N.D

Correspondence with W. R. Harrison of Hull, consulting engineer and other papers as to plant to be supplied to the British Oil Extracting Co. of Stoneferry and Bibby's of Liverpool  [no ref. or date]

From Harrison  DBR/2371  20 July 1898

Contents:
Enclosing plans and specifications for Bibbys

From Harrison  DBR/2372  18 July 1898

Contents:
Enclosing specifications (attached) for Bibbys

Schedule of prices paid by G. O. E. C. for their patent extracting plant  DBR/2373  n.d

From Harrison  DBR/2373b  9 Aug 1898

Contents:
Enclosing drawing etc. for Bibbys plant

Agreement between G.O.E.C. and Rosedowns for the supply of machinery  DBR/2374-5  1898

2 Drafts

From Harrison  DBR/2376  16 Feb, 6 March 1899

Contents:
Details of the work at G.O.E.C

From Harrison  DBR/2377  28 March 1900

Contents:
Supplementary plant at G.O.E.C

From Harrison  DBR/2378  6 April 1900

Contents:
Patent oil extracting plant for G.O.E.C

Specification for machinery at G.O.E.C. by Harrison  DBR/2379  12 April 1899

Specification for Harrison and Stephenson's patent oil extracting plant  DBR/2380  N.D

Specification for additional extracting plant for G.O.E.C  DBR/2381  N.D

Preliminary costings for extracting plant at G.O.E.C  DBR/2382  n.d

Estimate for an extracting plant to treat 415 tons of seed per week  DBR/2383  n.d

Copies of various orders (for G.O.E.C.?)  DBR/2384  1898-1906

'A Revolution in Oil Extracting'  DBR/2385  n.d

Contents:
An account of a patent chemical oil extracting process illustrated by reference to the G.O.E.C plant at Stoneferry

Cover and rough notes  DBR/2386-8  n.d

Extracts from publications  [no ref. or date]

'Extraction of oils and greases by solvents'  DBR/2389  4 April 1913

Contents:
A lecture delivered to the Mons section of the Union of Engineers of Louvait by Eugene Croisieaux, consulting engineer to the Ste Holstein Celwerke, Altona, Hamburg

An extract from 'Cottonia North Brazil'  DBR/2390  n.d

Contents:
Published by the International Federation of Master Cotton Spinners and Manufacturers' Associations, Manchester, dealing with Babassu Nuts

'Campaign underway to use edible oils - food administration works to conserve fats' an extract from the Journal of Commerce  DBR/2391  8 Nov 1917

Papers relating to equipment to be supplied to J. Bibby and Sons, Liverpool  [no ref. or date]

Details and prices for a 100 ton plant  DBR/2392  14 March 1899

Details and prices for a proposed oil tank  DBR/2393  9 Oct 1899

Bundle of costings and specifications  [no ref. or date]

Details and costings  [no ref. or date]

Patent oil extracting plant to treat about 200 tons of seed per week  DBR/2394  N.D

Machinery capable of treating 180 tons  DBR/2395  N.D

Machinery for Desmarai Frères  DBR/2396  n.d

Contents:
Plant capable of dealing with 225 tons of Guzerat rape per week

Machinery for Desmarai Frères  DBR/2397  n.d

Contents:
Mill for treating 20,000 kilos of colza per 22 hours

Machinery for Desmarai Frères  DBR/2398  n.d

Contents:
Machinery for treating 16,000 kilos per 22 hours

Specification for improved baffler 10" to 5" with expansion drum for extractors 5' dia  DBR/2399  23 March 1899

Comparison by S. Earle between crushing and extracting rape seed  DBR/2400  N.D

Data and calculations relating to seed processed by the General Oil Extracting Co  DBR/2401  23 Aug, 24 Sept 1898, N.D

Legal Records  [no ref. or date]

Patent no. 3400  DBR/2402  24 Nov 1869

Contents:
Specification of James Downs for hydraulic presses

Agreement  DBR/2403  10 Oct 1873

Contents:
Parties (i) J. & C. Moore & Co. of New York
(ii) Messrs. Rose & Downs
The terms on which (ii) may manufacture machinery using the process of linseed oil manufacture patented by (i)

Agreement  DBR/2404  May 1774

Contents:
Parties (i) Force and Fisher, merchants of New York trading as J. and C. Moore
(ii) Milson Rhodes, William Johnston and James Downs of Hull, engineers
The terms on which (ii) may manufacture machinery using the patented processes of (i)

Arbitration award by James Oldham in the case of Johnson and others v Fentons as to debt  DBR/2405  19 Jan 1875

Patent No. 9253  DBR/2406  1 Aug 1885

Contents:
Specification of James Downs and J. C. Thompson for improved machinery for paring oil cakes and similar substances and treating the parings or cuttings from the same

Financial Records  [no ref. or date]

An account of additional value of buildings and tools  DBR/2407  30 June 1860-30 June 1861

Costings for the period 6 July 1860 to 27 June 1861  DBR/2408  1860-1861

Cost of castings made between 30 June and 31 Dec 1862, on letterhead of Wilson and Gaskell of Hull, manufacturers of hydraulic presses  DBR/2409  1862

Balance sheet, 12 Sept to 31 Dec 1874 and inventory of plant N.D  DBR/2410-11  1874

List of orders  DBR/2412  1883-1884

Calculations relating to an oil extracting plant  DBR/2413  1884

Certificates  [no ref. or date]

Membership of the National Scheme for the Employment of the Disabled  DBR/2414  n.d

Appointment as a Governor of the Hull Seamens' and General Orphanage  DBR/2415  1923

Membership of the British Baking Industries Research Association  DBR/2416-7  1963-1964, 1965-1966

Publications  [no ref. or date]

The Expression of Vegetable Oils by W. J. Elden Crane, The Illustrated Carpenter and Builder  DBR/2418  1896

The Hull and Yorkshire Times  DBR/2419  21 Jan 1928

The Leeds Mercury  DBR/2420  5 May 1928

Contents:
With an article by T. Shepherd on 'A City that is attracting new industries'

Page from an unidentified publication  DBR/2421  Late c19

Contents:
Describing Rosedowns, The Mull Brewery, W. R. Johnson & Son (shipowners), G. D. Webster & Son (manufacturers of anti corrosive enamel composition) Chambers and Fargus (seed crushers), R. L. Cowley (boot manufacturers)

A press account of the opening of the new offices of the Alabama Banking and Trust Co  DBR/2422  n.d

Contents:
In the new Reeder building, Tennesee Street, Florence, Alabama, designed by H. B. Downs

Miscellanea  [no ref. or date]

List of machinery and gearing for driving same for Messrs. Badart Frères, London  DBR/2423  N.D

Plan and section of an oil mill with 48 Anglo-American presses  DBR/2424  n.d

The cost of castings during the year ending 30 June  DBR/2425  1898

Calculations relating to the performance of engines and other equipment  DBR/2426-7  N.D

Agreement between the Hull Engineering Employers and the Hull branch of the Ironfounders' Society  DBR/2428  n.d

Graph showing weekly output of grease and fertiliser in 1916 and 1917  DBR/2429  1916-1917

Drawing showing the products of the London Emery Works Co. of Tottenham, London  DBR/2430  n.d

Brochure describing the Davy Ashmore Capital Accumulation Plan  DBR/2431  Nov. 1968

'The Industrial Outlook; No Mans Land' by O.P.I.P  DBR/2432  1918

Contents:
Reprinted from the Altenceum, Feb 1918 with note of recommendation by C. A. Bell of the Hull Employment Exchange

Photograph of the Driffield and East Riding Pure Linseed Cake Mill  DBR/2433  n.d

Photographs, press cuttings and Annual Report of the Hull Royal Garrison Artillery (Territorials)  DBR/2434-52  1908

Contents:
Dealing with the victory by No.4 Company commanded by Capt. C. Downs in the King's Cup at Dover in August and the presentation of the cup by the King at Doncaster

Photographs: Military group, unidentified  DBR/2453  N.D

Photographs: Congo A.F.C  DBR/2454  1906-1907

Photographs: Hull Reserves (cricket)  DBR/2455  1910-1911

Photographs: Unidentified damaged building  DBR/2456  N.D

Photographs: A. P. Woodcock  DBR/2457  N.D

File of miscellaneous press cuttings  DBR/2458  n.d

Additional Items relating to the Hull Royal Garrison Artillery (Territorials)  DBR/2459  1908


Related information: See also DBR/2434-2452

Further Accessions  [no ref. or date]

Davy Ashmore News Journal, nos. 1-39  DBR/2460  1963-1970

Press cuttings  DBR/2461  1954-1966

Volumes containing press advertising schedules and offprints of advertisements compiled by Barry Cook Advertising Ltd  DBR/2462  1957-1959

Offprints of advertisements, ND, c.1960  DBR/2463  [n.d.]

The Anvil, house journal of the Davy Ashmore Group  DBR/2464-9  1953-1969

Historical material (1)  DBR/2470  pre 1751

Historical material (2)  DBR/2471  1751-1799

Historical material (3)  DBR/2472  1800-1835

Historical material (4)  DBR/2473  1836-1870

Historical material (5)  DBR/2474  1871-1889

Historical material (6)  DBR/2475  1890-1899

Historical material (7)  DBR/2476  1900-1920

Historical material (8)  DBR/2477  1921-1944

Historical material (9)  DBR/2478  1945-1951

Historical material (10)  DBR/2479  1952-1956

Historical material (11)  DBR/2480  1957-1960

Historical material (12)  DBR/2481  1961-1962

Historical material (13)  DBR/2482  1963-1964

Historical material (14)  DBR/2483  1965-1966

Historical material (15)  DBR/2484  1967

Historical material (16)  DBR/2485  1968

Historical material (17)  DBR/2486  1969

Historical material (18)  DBR/2487  1970-1971

Historical material (19)  DBR/2488  1972-1982

Drafts of feature articles (20)  DBR/2489  n.d

Published feature articles (21)  DBR/2490  n.d

Information on contemporary engineering firms and engineers (22)  DBR/2491  n.d

Abstracts of Deeds  [no ref. or date]

Hull Forge (General) (1)  DBR/2492  n.d

Whole (RDT) Property (2)  DBR/2493  n.d

Green Lane Property (3)  DBR/2494  n.d

General Archives (4)  DBR/2495  n.d

Hull & Barnsley Railway Property (5)  DBR/2496  n.d

RDT Main Property (6)  DBR/2497  n.d

Cannon Street Misc. (7)  DBR/2498  n.d

Spare Copies (8)  DBR/2499  n.d

Abstracts of Deeds, (duplicate copies)  [no ref. or date]

Whole (RDT) Property (1)  DBR/2500  n.d

Reform Street Property (2)  DBR/2501  n.d

Green Lane Property (3)  DBR/2502  n.d

Cannon Street (South Works) (4)  DBR/2503  n.d

Cannon Street (North Works) (5)  DBR/2504  n.d

Lists of material deposited in City Archives  DBR/2505  n.d

Folder containing miscellaneous items  DBR/2506  1881-1981

Contents:
1 6 photos from the TV Series 'Made in Britain', featuring RDT
2 Article on William Dent Priestman
3 Article featuring the history of Priestman Bros.
4 Copy of Accounts kept by John Allen, Agric. Labourer (2 copies)
5 Article 'Women in Industry' featuring C. Rose (draft and 2 copies)
6 3 adverts published in The Oil Mills Directory of Jan. 1905
7 Extract from City of Hull Official Handbook 1907
8 Duncan Campbell's family tree
9 Lists of works employees 1966 - 67
10 Abstract of title of John Todd to land in Sculcoates
11 Duncan Campbell's Will
12 Foundation Plan for Chambers & Fargus - 13.8.1981
13 Inventory of the contents of 'Strathern', Trinity Road, Bridlington Quay, Feb. 1904
14 Copy of 'Financial Opinion' for 28.7.1917
15 Copy of 'The Engineer' for 6.5.1881
16 Circular from 'Emergency Services Organisation' for Town Planning and repairs to factories of 24.9.1941
17 6th Interim Report of 'Economy Special Committee' for submission to the City Council on 15.2.1932
18 Report of Special Inquiry Committee of Feb./March 1932
19 Report from Chas. Downs on Rating in the Sculcoates area, RDT historical notes

Historical Files  [no ref. or date]

Family history (1)  DBR/2508  n.d

General (2)  DBR/2509  [n.d.]

Conditions of access: Missing items removed or transferred by Dr. J.M. Bellamy without knowledge or permission of RDT Historian

Source of acquisition: DEPOSITED IN HULL CITY RECORD OFFICE ON 18.5.1970


Contents:
Historical file no.2 - general historical data:
2/1 Photo of Old Foundry Cricket Club
2/2 Photo of Old Foundry Tennis Club
2/3 Notes on history of Old Foundry
2/4 Notes on 'Southern Venturer'
2/5 B.O.C.M. and Rosedowns - a study in co-operation; (3 copies)
2/6 B.O.C.M. and Rosedowns - a cutting from 'The News'; (24.3.1950)
2/7 150th Anniversary of Old Foundry - 'The Hull Times' (21.1.1928)
2/8 Letter re visit to O.F. (4 copies); (8.3.1923)
2/9 Copy of Paper on 'The Oil Trade' by James Downs; (circa 1925)
2/10 Correspondence re Mr. W.B. Littlejohn and designs of shell machining plant. (23.6.1923-6.9.1923)
2/11 'The Wooden Gun'-'The Truth at Last'. (Yorks Post). (10.11.1941)
2/12 Notes for 150th Anniversary of O.F. (10.11.1927)
2/13 Notes on machinery manufactured at O.F. (Marked 'A') (10.11.1927)
2/14 Notes on oil mill machinery at O.F. (Marked 'B') (10.11.1927)
2/15 Sutton's Mill Sails (Hull Advertiser) (15.11.1800)
2/16 Numbers employed at O.F. (July 1914 & Oct. 1918)
2/17 Notes and correspondence from Mr. W.G.B. Page and extracts from 'Hull Advertiser' for 5.11.1824-23.1.1819-13.7.1805-16.3.1799
2/18 Notes on origins of O.F. and manufactures (circa 1900)
2/19 Missing item
2/21 Extracts from various old Hull Directories (1803 - 1876)
2/22 Missing item
2/23 Missing item
2/24 Oil Mill in Evesham from 'History of Evesham' (1845)
2/25 Specification of James Downs - Hydraulic Presses Letters Patent No. 3400. (24.11.1869)
2/26 Specification of J.D. and J.C. Thompson - Improved Machinery for paring oil-cakes, etc. Letters Patent No. 9253. (1.8.1885)
2/27 First Cottonseed Oil Mill in U.S.A. (1830)
2/28 Draft advert for 150th Anniversary. (1927)
2/29 Agreement re strike at O.F. between Hull Engineering Employers and Ironfounders Society. (15.8.1901)
2/30 Extracts from W. Turner's Guide to Hull (1805)
2/31 Advert for C. Rose - Wright's Hull Directory (1863)
2/32 Advert for R.D.&T. - Butcher's Hull Directory (1874)
2/33 Advert for Fowler & M'Collin - White's H.D. (1867)
2/34 Adverts for C. Rose and Hull Forge - Freebody's H.D. (1851)
2/35 Advert for Hull Foundry and Forge - Stephenson's H.D. (1842)
2/36 Advert for Thompson & Stather - White's H.D. (1867)
2/37 Missing item
2/38 Missing item
2/39 Missing item
2/40 Missing item
2/41 A Gllmpse at History of Old Hull Firm (Humberside Echoes) (Nov. 1941)
2/42 Catalogue of Oil Mill Machinery, etc. (1929)
2/43 The 6 oldest engineering firms (R.D.T. = 4th) (ENGINEER) (25. 3,1927)
2/44 Notes for 150th Anniversary (draft and types original) (1929)
2/45 Missing item
2/46 Memo L.A. Whittle to L.H. Downs - Sculcoates Parish Records (circa 1960)
2/47 Memo Miss J.M. Bellamy to L.H.D. - advert in H.A. for 6.4.1838 (8.12.1961)
2/48 Extracts from the Hull Advertiser (2 copies) (1794-1796)
2/49 List of 6 oldest engineering firms (2 drafts & 1 typescript) (see also 2/43) (1758-1779)
2/50 Historical Records (2 copies each of 10 pages) (1872-1935)
2/51 Extracts - 1st Order Book of Hull Trnity House (1632 - 1665)
2/52 Extracts - Beverley Corpn Minute Book (1707 - 1835)
2/53 Abstract of Title - John Todd - land in Sculcoates (2 copies) (1720 - 1808)
2/54 Extract - Parish Reg. of St Michael le Belfrey, York. (2 copies) (21.9.1769)
2/55 Extract - Hull Advertiser (10.1.1851) - York Courant (2.5.1769)-Hull Packet (2 copies) (11.1.1788)
2/56 Extract - Register of Deeds, Beverley (28.2.&2.5.1784)
2/57 Extract - Evolution of K-u-H by T. Shepherd (1787) & City of the Three Crowns by G.J. Monson-Fitzjohn
2/58 Extract - Hull Packet (Feb.1788) and (Jan - March 1807)
2/59 Extract - John Todd's original ledger (2 copies) (1789 - 1792)
2/60 Extract - Drypool Parish Register (1787 - 1804)
2/61 Extract - Hull Advertiser (16.3.1799)
2/62 Photo - Horses and waggon outside Old Foundry
2/63 Extract - Hull Advertiser (16.5.1800-30.5.1801 - 13.3., 27.2. & 6.11.1802-3.12.1803)
2/64 Extract - Battles Directory of Hull (1803)
2/65 Photo - Memorial tablet to Duncan Campbell & family buried in Old Sculcoates Burial Ground - now relocated at Recreation Ground. (2 copies)
2/66 Details of inscription on above - also on C. Rose's memorial tablet. (2 copies)
2/67 Extract - Sculcoates Parish Registers. (1792 - 1839)
2/68 Extract - Hull Packet (16.2.1802)
2/69 Extract - Hull Packet (4.3.1806 & 1.4.1806)
2/70 Extract - Hull Advertiser (13.7.1805 - 20.9.1833)
2/71 Extract - (10.3.1820)
2/72 Extract - Edw. Baines Directory of County of York, Vol. II (1823)
2/73 Extract - Hull Advertiser (5.11.1824)
2/74 Extract - Hull Advertiser (4.5.1832)
2/75 Extract - Hull Advertiser (2 copies) (21.4.1807 - 5.12.1851)
2/76 Extract - Ledger for 1837 - 1844
2/77 Extract - H.A. (2 copies) (6.4.1838)
2/78 Extract - John Todd's Rent Book (2 copies) (1839-1849)
2/79 Extract - H.A. (10.8.1838)
2/80 Extract - H.A. (31.6.1839)
2/81 Extract - H.A. (14.6.1839)
2/82 Extract - H.A. Stephensons Directory of 1842. (2 copies)
2/83 Extract - Sheahans History of Hull, 1st Edn. (1846)
2/84 Extract - Sheahans History of Hull, 1st Edn. (2 copies) (1846)
2/85 Extract - Sheahans History of Hull, 1st Edn. (1846)
2/86 Extract - Sheahans History of Hull, 1st Edn. (2 copies) (1846)
2/87 Extract - Sheahans History of Hull, 1st Edn. (2 copies) (1846)
2/88m Extract - H.A. (20.12.1850)
2/89 Advert - C. Rose - International Exhibition (1861)
2/90 Photocopy of nameplate - C. Rose. (c. 1861)
2/91 Extract - Hull Directory of 1863 and Deeds 1850 - 1878
2/92 Extract - Letter Book for 28.1.1870 and 10.4.1871
2/93 Extract - Hull News (16.12.1871)
2/94 List of spur wheel etc patterns - Holroyd, Horsfield & Wilson (1878)
2/95 Adverts - R.D.&T., Vulcan Iron Works Co., - Catalogue of International Fisheries Exhibition (2 copies RDT advert) (1883)
2/96 Exhibitors at above exhibition and Int. Exhibition of 1861 - extracts from Hull Packet (Dec. 1804 and 26.2.1805)
2/97 Extract - Bulmers History and Directory of E. Yorks. (1892)
2/98 Extract - Hull News (15.7.1893)
2/99 Memo L.A. Whittle - L.H. Downs and letter L.H.D. to Edw. Ingram (8.1.1962)
2/100 'The Rise of Hull' - Hull Times (21.1.1928)
2/101 Advert - R.D. & T. - The British Trade Journal (1.1.1900)
2/102 Photo - Plate Fabrication Shop - exterior (c.1936)
2/103 Photo - Light Machine Shop (Bottom Shop)
2/104 Dates and details - milestones in Rosedowns history (1856-1962)
2/105 Probate of John Todd's Will - Summary (17.4.1833)
2/106 Details of RDT deeds (2 copies) Box 1 Lot A (1824-1918)
2/107 Details of RDT deeds (2 copies) Box 1 Lot B (1885-1918)
2/108 Details of RDT deeds (2 copies) Box 1 Lot C (1862-1874)
2/109 Details of RDT deeds (2 copies) Box 1 Lot D (1806-1874)
2/110 Details of RDT deeds Hull Forge Iron & Steel Co. (2 copies) (1854-1947)
2/111 Details of RDT deeds Box No. 3 (2 copies) (1917-1926)
2/112 Details of RDT deeds Box No. 2 (2 copies) (1891-1917)
2/113 Map of Old Foundry O.S. Sheet CCXL.3.1 of 1891 (surveyed 1889). (2 copies)
2/114 Apprenticeship Indentures - Joseph William Ward (2.6.1914)
2/115 Numbers employed at O.F. at 31.8.1961; 29.9.1962; 24.8.1963
2/116 Extract from York Courant (11.3.1783)
2/117 Summary of Capital and Shares (9.1.1904)
2/118 'Wooden Gun' tender (positive and negative) (29.3.1916)
2/119 Evidence relating to origins and history of O.F. in Sculcoates (1708-1967)
2/120 Extracts from the 'Millstone' (BOCM House Journal) 1919-1921 and various Hull Directories. (1803 - 1851) (3 copies)
2/121 Extract - Hull Directories 1791-1792 and 'Smiths the Bankers by J.A.S.L. Leighton Boyce, 1658 - 1958 (and other H.D. 1810-1899 - 3 copies this only)
2/122 Further copy of 1891 map of O.F. (see 2/113)
2/123 Extracts - H.D.M. 11.3.1967 & 16.3.1967 & 17.3.1967
2/124 Articles etc extracted from Millstone re Anglo Rolls (2 copies) (1921)
2/125 Photocopy letter from Borthwick Institute re John Todd's Will (11.9.1963)
2/126 Photocopy letter from Solicitors re Scott Street Warehouse (Vulcan Ironworks) (7.8.1963)
Original contents list of this file also included

General (3)  DBR/2510  [n.d.]

Conditions of access: Missing items removed or transferred by Dr. J.M. Bellamy without knowledge or consent of RDT Historian/Archivist

Source of acquisition: DEPOSITED IN CITY RECORD OFFICE ON 23.11.70


Contents:
Historical file no.3 - general historical data:
3/1 Transferred
3/2 Transferred
3/3 View of original works (1777 ?)
3/4 Notes on various workers at RDT by James Downs (mss and typescript) (12.1.1927)
3/5 As above plus details of Foundry Feast
3/6 Catalogue of Installations & Equipment (1958)
3/7 Letter and Xmas Card from BOCM Gainsboro' re The Mill on the Floss (21.12.1953)
3/8 Photo - Girls in C.C. Gear Leather Shop, Gibson Street (1917-1918)
3/9 Draft Advert - Departmental Products
3/10 Letter from J. BREWIS, Port Sunlight re cost of working palm kernels by various methods (1921)
3/11 Advert by Maw Till Kirke's featuring chair from O.F. made 1871 (1933)
3/12 Notes re first A.A. Presses (2 copies) (1874-1878)
3/13 Notes re connection of RDT with Fish Trade by James Downs (28.8.1930)
3/14 Extract from 'Yorkshire' re RDT and Chambers and Fargus. (1890's)
3/15 Extract from 'Oil & Colour Trades Journal' re new Boiler Shop. (22.7.1938)
3/16 Receipt from Henry Lee & Sons for 16 x 9ct Gold Gents watches (£5ea) (10.4.1912)
3/17 Evelope containing - 19 photos - Kings Cup winners, King Edward VII at Doncaster Races, Charles Downs, A.P. Woodcock, T.H. Kaye in Hull C.C. Reserves, etc. (1908)
9 cuttings - No. 4 Coy E.R.G.A. and the Kings Cup, misc. items. (1908)
Photo - T.H. Kaye - Congos A.F.C. (1906/7)
3/18 Descriptive notes on Old Foundry (pre-1900)
3/19 Brochure 'At the Tail of Two Centuries' (1949)
3/20 Addresses - Mr. J. Downs & Mr. J.C. Thompson
3/21 Letter from A. Cockram, London Office Mge re presentation watch (25.4.1941)
3/22 Letter from N. Ogbodo, Nigeria (11.8.1947)
3/23 Letter from O.I. Olufowoia, Nigeria (20.6.1946)
3/24 Letter from R.I. Oniees Nigeria (20.6.1946)
3/25 Letter from J.G. Akindele Nigeria (29.7.1946)
3/26 Letter from G.A. Akintayo Nigeria (14.8.1946)
3/27 Letter from J.E. Okungbowa Nigeria (20.5.1948)
3/28 Letter from I.O.Y. Emufonoway Nigeria (21.4.1948)
3/29 Letter from S.I. Ogbonna Nigeria (16.6.1948)
3/30 Letter from A.O. Obaseki Nigeria (19.7.1948)
3/31 Letter from M. Nwanedo Nigeria (23.6.1947)
3/32 Letter from E.A.I. Obaseki Nigeria (10.6.1948)
3/33 Letter from R. Zeky Turkey (20.1.1947)
3/34 Letter from M.K. Aworinde Nigeria (13.11.1946)
3/35 Letter from and cutting from Cape Times, S. Africa (A.B.P. S.A.) (4.10.1949)
3/36 Letter from from C.P. Papazoglou Greece (18.5.1949)
3/37 Letter from S.C.M. Phridaye Trinidad (16.6.1950)
3/38 Letter from A.K. W. del Gold Coast (25.10.1950)
3/39 Letterhead - Nofold Press & Machine Co., Georgia, U.S.A
3/40 Removed
3/41 Obituary - Dr. N.E. Rambush, P.G.C. (22.6.1957)
3/42 Changing foundry conditions (22.6.1957)
3/43 Mr. L.H. Downs on occasion of visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Hull University (22.6.1957)
3/44 Opening of Foundry Amenity Centre (Jan-Feb.1956)
3/45 Retirement of J.H. Martin, Ch. Draughtsman (Jan-Feb.1956)
3/46 Retirement of T.H. Kaye, Director (21.4.1956)
3/47 History of the Recreation Club and Ground (21.4.1956)
3/48 Retirement presentation to Mr. T.H. Kaye (26.5.1956)
3/49 Article on engine and pumps made for Selby Waterworks in 1863 (26.5.1956)
3/50 Staff photo (1910)
3/51 Retirement of Mr. A.P. Woodcock, Sales Mgr. (May-June 1958)
3/52 Obituary of Mr. T.H. Kaye (Sep-Oct 1958)
3/53 Removed
3/54 Playfield 'swap' for O.F. development. (22.12.1960)
3/55 Unveiling ceremony - memorial to T.H.K. at Recreation Ground. (19.7.1959)
3/56 List 802 - Installations and Equipment (1961)
3/57 List 807 - Installations and Equipment (1963)
3/58 History of RDT - Port of Hull Journal for July 1963
3/59 'Manufactured at Rosedowns' - Anvil for Xmas 1962
3/60 History of RDT - Anvil for Xmas 1961 - plus article draft
3/61 'Cast by Rosedowns' - Anvil for Autumn 1963
3/62 RDT feature - Hull Times for 21.1.1928
3/63 Photo of John Todd's memorial stone - now mounted at O.F. (8.8.1838)
3/64 Extract from Duncan Campbell's Will (1833)
3/65 Transcript of John Todd's Will (17.4.1833)
3/66 Photo - coastal artillery gun and crew - O.F. Battery ? (circa 1890)
3/67 Photo - from portrait of Mrs. C. Rose
3/68 Photo - (and 8 drafts) of O.F. Family Tree (1777 - 1960)
3/69 Extracts from Drypool P.R. re Todd; Rose; Campbell; Tong; and Thompson families (1673 - 1811)
3/70 Extracts from Whites 1826 Hull Directory re RDT (2 copies)
3/71 Extracts from Whites 1831 Hull Directory re RDT (2 copies)
3/72 Extracts from Patents Register - Abridgement Class Oils etc (1862 - 1908)
3/73 Extracts from Patents Register - Class 91 Oils etc (1909-1915)
3/74 Extracts from Patents Register - Class 91 Oils etc (1916-1924)
3/75 Removed
3/76 'The Daily Bread' - Anvil for Autumn 1965
3/77 Roll Cladding feature - Anvil for Winter 1965
3/78 Extracts from various Hull Directories re RDT (1790-1876)
3/79 Extracts from British Directory for Hull 1790
3/80 Extracts from Battles 1st H.D. for 1791
3/81 Extracts from Battles 1st H.D. for 1792
3/82 Extracts from Battles 1st H.D. for 1803
3/83 Extracts from Battles 1st H.D. for 1806/7
3/84 Extracts from Freebodys for 1851
3/85 Extracts from Whites 1851 H.D
3/86 Extracts from Purdons H.D. 1839
3/87 Extracts from Butchers H.D. 1874-5
3/88 Extracts from Whites H.D. 1895
3/89 Extracts from various RDT catalogues (1785-1867)
3/90 Notice appointing L.A. Whittle as Official Historian/Archivist (2) (29.6.1965)
3/91 Extracts from Battles H.D. 1810/11
3/92 Extracts from Battles Yorks Directory 1822
3/93 Extracts from Drypool P.R. re Rose and Todd families (1785-1867)
3/94 Extracts from 1823 H.D
3/95 Extracts from Battles 1790/1792/1806/1811/1818 H.Ds and 1850 H.D
3/96 Extracts from Battles 1822 H.D
3/97 Extracts from Battles 1817 H.D
3/98 Extracts from 1814/15 H.D
3/99 Extracts from Battles 1790;1791;1803;1806/7;1810/11 HDs and Sculcoates P.R
3/100 Letters from R.D.T. to J.C. Hewitt. (2 copies) (1 Nov. & 9.Dec.1886)
3/101 Letter from E. Ramsay re descent from Mrs. Rose (26.7.1965)
3/102 Letter from Mrs E. Thompson Housekeeper to J.C. Thompson and replies, report on interview LAW/E.T., and details on grave of Mrs S. Thompson, in S.B.W. Cemetery. (3 copies of interview notes). (June 1965)
3/103 Notes re Charles Downs, J.C. Thompson and Angela Downs. (1883-1961)
3/104 Adverts extracted from Hull Advertiser (28 July & 6 August 1800)
3/105 Notes re Overton & Smith; Martin Samuekson; Wilson & Gaskell, James Downs; L.H. Downs; Charles Downs; etc. (1812-1942)
3/106 Advert for Gwynne & Co. - Engineering for 5.1.1866
3/107 Extracts from York Courant re William Todd and James Harrison (25 Apr & 6 June 1786)
3/108 Extracts from York Courant re Todd, Green & Co. & Dr. Mayson Wright (see deeds for property owned by M.W. adjoining O.F.). (7.10.1783 & April 1784)
3/109 Extracts from Tickell's History of Hull July 1796.re Wincolmlee
3/100 Patents for oil extraction taken out by Daniel Bridges; John Smeaton; Henry Blundell; Hempel and Blundell; John Gwynne; and Alexander Samuelson. (1748-1863)
2 copies of original contents lists also included

Personal (4)  DBR/2511  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: DEPOSITED IN HULL CITY RECORD OFFICE ON 23.11.70


Contents:
Historical file no.4 - personal histories:
(Please note: information that follows the date identifies points of interest)
4/1 H.B. Woodhead - (26.7.1915)
4/2 L. Coultish - (5.5.1915)
4/3 J.H. Johnson - (7.4.1915)
4/4 J.A. Dry - (21.7.1906); Mr. C. Downs and Cussons shop on site of office block
4/5 F.E. Jordan - (22.2.1915); Foundry
4/6 J. Berresford - (1915-22.1.1940)
4/7 T.A. Newmarch - (1.1909); Foundry
4/8 G.W. Train - (7.1895); Mr. C. Downs and Leather Shop
4/9 H. Ainley - (9.9.1913); Steam Waggon driver. (2 copies)
4/10 J.W. Ward - (13.5.1913); C.C. Gear, Munitions, R.100 airship
4/11 H.C. Abery - (26.2.1913)
4/12 S.C. Hawkins - (12.12.1912)
4/13 G.W. Levitt - (11.1906); Wooden Gun on roof of Old Foundry
4/14 J.H. Martin - (29.4.1907)
4/15 G. Tomlinson - (4.6.1912)
4/16 B. Horsley - (6.1912)
4/17 C.E. Redshaw - (1910)
4/18 R.A. Bellwood, junr. - (1912)
4/19 W.A. Petch - (5.1912)
4/20 L.C. Kemp - (20.11.1911)
4/21 G.H. Drax - (9.1905); Mr. C. Downs and Cussons shop
4/22 J. Banks - (10.2.1911)
4/23 F. Carr - (1907)
4/24 F.H. Curson - (11.6.1910); Wooden Gun and munitions
4/25 J.J. Walker - (?)
4/26 A. James - (11.9.1910); Constantinesco Control Gear
4/27 W. Ainley - (10.1910); Black Lead plant for Reckitt's
4/28 L.F. Lowe - (11.10.1910)
4/29 J.W. Walters - (7.12.1909); Mr. C. Downs and Long Service Awards
4/30 R. Aspden - (10.1901); Helped build Concrete Fitting Shop, Foundry and Cleveland Street Bridge
4/31 J.S. Hunter - (2.11.1908)
4/32 E.W. Wolley - (10.8.1908); C.C. Gear and outside erection
4/33 C.W. Ingram - (26.2.1906); Blacksmiths Shop and depression years
4/34 T.A. Bishop - (6.7.1905); Pattern Shop and census of patterns
4/35 G.F. Holingsworth - (8.1905); Wheel patterns
4/36 W.J. Pearce - (5.1906); Mr. C. Downs and Col. A.J. Downs
4/37 A.S. Thrussell - (16.9.1905)
4/38 G.A. Greenwood - (19.3.1905); Mr.C. Downs, Cussons Shop, Boiler Shop
4/39 J.T. Wray - (10.1902); Outside erection, oil mills, etc
4/40 W. Atkinson - (9.1.1900); Outside erection - BOCM Manchester - Clay Pipe maker - Address in old Boiler Shop by Archbishop of York
4/41 H. Moore - (Circa 1894); Concrete buildings, strikes, old Pattern Shop, Mr. C. Downs, demolition of Old Foundry circa 1901, Cleveland Street Bridge, Wooden Gun, Munitions, Foundry. (mss and 2 typed copies)
4/42 W. Smawfield - (14.11.1908)
4/43 W.H. Marshall - (15.1.1898); Machine Shop
4/44 T.W. Jackson - (6.1899); Mr. C. Downs, death of crane driver, layout of buildings and machinery in 1900
4/45 A. Buckle - (?)
4/46 A.E.C. Hindson - (16.1.1899); Overseas sales and tours, agencies, R.D.T. (Far East) Ltd., record of service with R.D.T., office staff in 1900, installation of electric lights in offices and works, first typewriter, etc
4/47 A.W. Drury - (9.1891); Mr. C. Downs, outside erection. (mss +
4/48 T.H. Kynman - (3.4.1882); Outside and overseas erection - (t.s. record of family long service with R.D.T. (Cutting from HDM of 2.3.1938) (mss + typescript copy)
4/49 T.E. Colquhoun - (2.1883); Engines and boilers for fishing smacks- the fishing industry - Grimsby Branch- oil mill machinery and dredgers - flour milling machinery - leathers - galvanising - Far East Company - Mr. C. Downs - munitions - c.c. gear - steam winches, etc - new buildings - new office equipment - "characters" - General Office staff in 1883 and 1929- Mr. J. Downs, & Mr. L.H. Downs
4/50 R.A. Bellwood, senr. - (2.2.1881); Overseas sales - whaling - fish drying plants - munitions - record of personal service with RDT - war work - hobbies
4/51 W. Mason - (1876); Old steam engine driver - strikes (mss + tss)
4/52 J.H. Hopwood - (?); Inventor of Hopwood vertical multitubular boiler - Messrs Clayton & Shuttleworth, Lincoln, - Fowler & McCollin, Scott Street, Hull - engines and boilers for fishing smacks - Mr. W. Downs - boilers - boiler makers and strikes - RDT foremen - boiler shop machinery - Grimsby ship repairs - roofing work - pioneers in use of pneumatic rivetters - Kingston Cotton Mill - Hull Forge Co. - Eagle Oil Mill - other oil mills - building of punts for dredgers - H. & B. Railway - old North Bridge - Mr. C. Downs, J. Downs, J.C. Thompson. (2 photos of J.H.H.)
4/53 F.F. Clark - (1888); Old oil mills and machinery
4/54 F. Dalton - (1893); Strikes, erection of fitting shop and foundry - munitions
4/55 F.T. Snowdon - (1894); Todd & Campbell, old brick chimney - The Garth - outside erection - Good & Menzies, etc
4/56 Long Service List - W. MASON - J.S. Alexandra - R.A. Bellwood - T. Kynman - T.E. Colquhoun - J.H. Hopwood - W. Frith - H. Foster - F. Dalton - J.W. Christopher - A. Buckle
Plus 2 copies of original list of contents of this file

(5)  DBR/2512  [n.d.]

Oils and Oil Mills (6)  DBR/2513  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: DEPOSITED IN THE HULL CITY RECORD OFFICE ON 23.11.70


Contents:
Historical file no.6 - oils and oil mills, etc:
6/1 Hull Oil Mills and Processors (from H.Ds) (1791 - 1907)
6/2 Rape Seed imported into Hull (1690)
6/3 Samuel Webber's O.M. at Lowestoft (circa 1860)
6/4 Letter - J.W. Pearson to R.A. Bellwood re AA presses (August 1922)
6/5 Letter - J.W. Pearson to R.A. Bellwood re AA presses (28. 9. 1922)
6/6 Letter - J.W. Pearson to R.A. Bellwood re AA presses (3.10. 1922)
6/7 O.M. Machinery - Mechanics Magazine extract (12. 6. 1858)
6/8 O.M. Machinery & Oils - extract from Ure's Dictionary of Arts. (1878)
6/9 Colza Oil - extract from Household Words Vol. 7 (1853)
6/10 O.M. Machinery & Oils - extract from New Enclopedia (1813)
6/11 Walker's Patent Hydraulic Engines - extr. Ill. London News. (6.11.1847)
6/12 Samuelson's O.M. Machinery - extr. ILL. London News. (31. 5. 1862)
6/13 Making Sesame Oil at Terbe - extr. Ill. Times. (27. 2. 1869)
6/14 Extr. from H.D.M. of 1.1.1962 - experiments with Sunflower Seed Oil and proposed O.M. at Stoneferry to process it. (1. 1. 1912)
6/15 Extra. from Public Ledger of 18.4.1959 - obituary of J.W. Pearson
6/16 Extra from H.D.M. 28.6.1941 - obituary of Edwin Fargus
6/17 2 illustrations - Driffield & E.R. Pure Linseed Cake Co. Ltd
6/18 1 illustration - Driffield & E.R. Pure Linseed Cake Co. Ltd
6/19 Iron & Steel Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering - history of G. & T. Earle Ltd. (1853-1922)
6/20 Report on Bailey & Leetham's S.S. UNA during N. Sea gale (18/19.11.1893)
6/21 Copy of contract for burning bricks in S. Africa between A. Woolley & Co. and Trappists Monastery, Mariam Hill, near Pinetown. (5. 9. 1884)
6/22 Copy of contract between A. Woolley & Co. and Protector of Indian immigrants in S. Africa. for hiring of labour, etc. (16.7.1881)
6/23 Extract from Sunday Times - History of Birmingham (19.10.1952)
6/24 Hull Seed Crushers (1821 - 1838)
6/25 Re Thomas Todd and partner, Mr. Witty - from Sheahan's History of K u H, 2nd Edn. (1866)
6/26 Advert by Edw. Jewitt for partner in Brass & Iron Fdy-Hull Packet (5.7.1803)
6/27 Advert for sale of property in Church St., Sculcoates-H.A. (12.8.1831). (2)
6/28 Advert for sale of O.M. in Machel St., Sculcoates - H.A. (18.11.1831) (2)
6/29 Numbers duplicated
6/30 Numbers duplicated
6/31 Advert re Thos Chapman's new Bark Mill for Tanners-H.P. (6 & 10.6.1806)
6/32 Death of Mr. W. Dickson, Kings Mill, Driffield - H.A. (23. 12. 1831)
6/33 Extracts from HULL CELEBRITIES re Oil Millers, etc. (1706 - 1876)
6/34 Re fire at Wellington O.M., Wincolmlee - H.D.M.8.8.1962- (8. 8. 1912)
6/35 Demolition of old O.M. in Wincolmlee - S.E.&G. Ltd - HDM- (circa 1870)
6/36 Indenture for conveyance of Vulcan Ironworks, Hull (3 copies with photo in duplicate and sketch in original) (15.10. 1890)
6/37 Advert by Lee & Fawcett for millstones - York Chronicle (7 & 21.3.1771)
6/38 Avert for 20 tons linseed cakes by D. Denham, Wincolmlee-Y.C.- (28.3.1777)
6/39 Advert re Kings Mill, Driffield - York Chronicle - (July & August, 1777)
6/40 Retirement of Percy Smith from Premier O. & C.M., Hull-HDM- (1.9. 1959)
6/41 Hull Seed Crushers (3 copies) (1863)
6/42 Liverpool Post Supp. to celebrate opening of new mill by British Extracting Co. at Bromborough (21. 5. 1962)
6/43 Method of pressing China Beans in Manchuria (2 copies) (1907)
6/44 Demolition of old Blockhouse Mill, Holderness Road- H.D.M. (17. 8.1961)
6/45 Extracts from B.O.C.M. Journal MILLSTONE - J.I.C. 66th Meeting (1936)
6/46 Extr. from MILLSTONE - staggering of AA Rolls (1936)
6/47 Extr. from MILLSTONE - Delinting (1936)
6/48 Extr. from MILLSTONE - J.I.C. 68th Meeting (1936)
6/49 Extr. from MILLSTONE - N.I. Safety Council (1936)
6/50 Extr. from MILLSTONE - 38th Ordinary Meeting of BOCM (1936)
6/51 Extr. from MILLSTONE - Advisory Committee for Education in the Oildseed Industry (1936)
6/52 Extr. from MILLSTONE - Employment Topics (1936)
6/53 Extr. from MILLSTONE - H.O.M.C.O. 50th Jubilee (1885-1935)
6/54 Extr. from MILLSTONE - Compound Mills, etc. (1935)
6/55 Extr. from MILLSTONE - Edn in Seedcrushing Industry (1935)
6/56 Extr. from MILLSTONE - New Silverstone Mill (BOCM) (1934)
6/57 Extr. from MILLSTONE - Unemployment Act, (1934)
6/58 Extr. from MILLSTONE - Fertilisers & Feedstuffs Act (1934)
6/59 Extr. from MILLSTONE - Nat.Seedcrushers Assocn - Annual Meeting (1934)
6/60 Extr. from MILLSTONE - Prosperity and Wages (1934)
6/61 Extr. from MILLSTONE - First extractor and operator at HOMCO - Mr. J. Winters. (1934)
6/62 Thorls New O.M. at Harburg, Germany (circa 1920-1930)
6/63 Extraction of Oils & Greases by Solvents (Lecture translation) (4.4.1913)
6/64 Description of Chemical Oil Extraction Plant (circa 1920-1930)
6/65 Report of tests at Ho Hong O.M., Singapore (1 mss & 2 tss) (6.9.1933)
6/66 Extract from COTTON IN N. BRAZIL (circa 1920-1930)
6/67 Specs/quotation/drawings/pubns by Etats A. Olier, France (19.6.1928)
6/68 Memo from Charles Downs re AA Mills in Australia (2) (9.6.1922)
6/69 RDT letters to the trade re Cider Presses (2 of 4) (11.2.1931)
6/70 RDT advert for Cider Machinery (2) (circa 1931)
6/71 Extr. from H. Beare's catalogue of cider machinery for RDT (1932)
6/72 The expression of vegetable oils - Ill. Carpenter & Joiner (circa 1895) (2)
6/73 m.s. letter from letter book re O.M. orders for Russia (16.7.1884)
6/74 Ranks new flour and compounds mill in Hull - H.D.M. (1.2.1967)
Copy of original contents list also included

General (7)  DBR/2514  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: DEPOSITED IN HULL CITY RECORD OFFICE ON 23.11.70


Contents:
Historical file no.7 - general historical data:
7/1 Map of Cannon Street property - 53/344A (1889)
7/2 Extracts from 'Iron in the Industrial Revolution' - T.S.Ashton (2)
7/3 Extracts from Beverley Corpn Minute Book - 14.10.1765 - 14.11. (1803)
7/4 Extracts from 'History of Driffield' - Fredk.Ross. (1898)
7/5 Extracts from Above and Drypool Parish Regr. (1785 - 1898)
7/6 Extracts from Beverley Corpn Minute Book May (1775)
7/7 Extracts from "Statistical History of the Iron Trade' (1717-1736-1750) (2)
7/8 Extracts from Minutes etc Saml Walker & Co. Rotherham (1788-1893) (2)
7/9 Extracts from RDT New Bulletin re A.E.C. Hindson (1949)
7/10 - 7/19 Blank
7/20 Extracts fron Sculcoates P.R. - Burial Book No. 11 (1799)
7/21 Various historical data (1780-1934)
7/22 Summary of Shares of R.D.T. (1903)
7/23 Re Halstead Hall, Lincs and Cannon Street (1801-1841)
7/24 Extr from KUH Calendar of Ancient Deeds (1692-1787) (3)
7/25 Various historical data (1935-1963)
7/26 Various historical data (1950-1962)
7/27 Various historical data (1889-1955)
7/28 Letter from Airship Guarantee Co. Ltd. sgd by Barnes Wallis re R.100 (1929) (2)
7/29 Various hist. data (1941-1950)
7/30 Various hist. data (1917-1949)
7/31 Extr. from York Courant re Hull Workhouse (1785)
7/32 Extr. from York Courant re Danl Tong and Wm Todd, etc. (1786)
7/33 Letter to Miss J.M. Bellamy re visit to Sculcoates Parish Church (1963) (2)
7/34 Letter to Solicitors re The Vulcan Iron Works (1963)
7/35 Correspondence with Pauls Foods Ltd re above (1963)
7/36 Correspondence with Chambers & Fargus re original O.F. site (1963)
7/37 Papers relating to Dedication Service at Westbourne Ave Rec. Gd. for re-dedn of memorial stones for Campbell and Rose families (1964)
7/38 Letter from Town Clerk re RDT research in City Archives (1963) (2)
7/39 Extr from 'Modern Hull' on R.D.T. (1893)
7/40 Extr from 'Modern Hull Forge (1893)
7/41 Wage rates - Hull Iron Trades Employers Assn. (1927) (9)
7/42 Souvenir copy of 'Engineering' Vol. 1 No. 1. (1866)
7/43 Photos of reps for identification - W&H Johnson Ltd. (1940)
7/44 Photos of reps for identification - J.A. Scott Ltd. (1940)
7/45 Photos of reps for identification - J.T. Scotney (1940)
7/46 A.A. Press blueprint
7/47 Letter from Miss JM Bellamy re leases and wills - Mary Todd etc (1964)
7/48 Letter to Carron Co. re origins of O.F. (1965)
7/49 Re Yorks Committee of Natl Regr of Archives (1965)
7/50 Extr from 'Business Archives' re RDT (1965) (2)
7/51 Extr from Trade of Hull etc re Fenner & Co. Ltd. (1966)
7/52 Papers of D.A. Group 4th Tech. Conference in Hull at RDT (1963)
7/53 Extr from 'Journal of Hull Asscn of Engrs' re R.D.T. (1962-1963)
7/54 Drawings of Modified press plates for AA presses (1896) (2)
7/55 Extras from O.F. News Bulletin Nos. 1 to No. 67 (1944-1949)
7/56 Extrs from O.F. News Bulletin No. 40 re Westbourne Ave Rec Gd. (1947)
7/57 Various cuttings re opening of New Canteen by Sir Wm Carron (1965)
7/58 Extrs from Rosdowns Bulletin No. 67. (1949)
7/59 Letter to Newman Neame Ltd re 21st Anniversary of Rosedowns Holdings Ltd. (1966)
7/60 Extrs from RDT Bulletin Nos. 72 - 89 (1950-1951)
7/61 Extrs from RDT Bulletin Nos. 90-107 (1951-1952)
7/62 Extrs from RDT Bulletin Nos. 108-119 (1953)
7/63 Extrs from Business Archives No. 22 & 23 (1965-1966)
7/64 Extrs from RDT Bulletin Nos. 108- 131 (1935-1954)
7/65 Extracts from RDT Bulletin Nos. 132-143 (1955)
7/66 Extracts from RDT Bulletin missing
7/67 Extracts from RDT Bulletin missing
7/68 Extracts from RDT Bulletin Nos 168-174 (1958-1959)
7/69 Opening of Foundry Amenity Centre (RDT Bulletin No. 174) (1959)
7/70 Retirement of J.H. Martin, Chief Draughtsman (RDT Bulln No. 174) (1959)
7/71 Photo of Shanhai Office Staff (Orig + copy) (incl AEC Hindson, M.D.) (1913)
7/72 Cert re employment of disabled ex-service men (Cert No. 194) (orig + copy) (1947)
7/73 Cert of appt of RDT to Hon Life Governorship of the Hull Seamen's & General Orphanage (orig + copy) (1923)
7/74A Letter of appreciation from 1st recipients of long service awards (orig + copy)
7/74B Signatures and parties of service of above (orig + copy) (1911)
7/75 Details of 1st expeller made by RDT (2) (1928-1930)
7/76 Details of new Selective Employment Tax (S.E.T.) (1966)
7/77 Cutting from HDM re 50th anniversary of Rec. Club. (1966)
7/78 Invitation to Dinner to celebrate above (1966)
7/79 Re compulsory purchase of property in Charles Street area (1966)
7/80 Picture of Edystone Lighthouse (Duncan Campbell connections)
7/81 Extrs from RDT Bulletin Nos. 175-188 (1959-1962)
7/82 Extrs from RDT Bulletin Nos. 183-199 & 169-188 (1958-1962)
7/83 Notice re appts of C.T.H. Harrison & F.W. Thompson (1966)
7/84 Extrs from BOCM Millstone 16/62 re early A.A. Machiner. (1934)
7/85 Damage to Linseed Hyd. Press at BOCM Gloucs (Millstone 16/60) (1934)
7/86 'The Mill on the Floss' (Millstone [...] 6 17/66) (1935)
7/87 Extrs from Millstone Nos. 16/62; 17/63; 18/68; 17/66 (1934-1936)
7/88 Cuttings re winning of Prince of Wales prize for gunnery (orig+copy) (1910)
7/89 Menu Card for Jubilee Dinner - Rec. Club. (orig + copy) (1966)
7/90 Cutting re winning of Kings Cup for artillery shooting (1908)
7/91 Correspondence with J.W. Bielby re above (2) (1966)
7/92 E.R.R.G.A. Distribution of Prizes in connection with above (orig + copy) (1908)
7/93 Correspondence with A.L. Scarborough re above. (1966)
7/94 Cutting from Hull Times re hobby of J.W. Ward (RDT Pensioner) (1966)
7/95 Further correspondence from J.W. Bielby (2) (1966)
7/96 Further correspondence from A.L. Scarborough (1967)
7/97 Further correspondence from A.L. Scarborough (1967)
7/98 Missing
7/99 Extrs from various sources re winning of Kings Cup (2) (1908)
7/100 Extrs from various sources re RDT history (2) (1775-1934)
7/101 Invitation to Dinner for J.W. Bielby from AJ Downs & C.Downs (1905)
7/102 Article on RDT from HDM (1929)
7/103 Notice re death of T.C. Roberts, London Office Manager (orig + copy) (1934)
7/104 Souvenir of official opening of Birmingham Refuse Disposal Works Rotton Park Street) (1932)
7/105 Souvenir of official opening of Birmingham Refuse Disposal Works (Montague Street) (1934)
7/106A & B Further correspondence with A.L. Scarborough re photos. (1967)
7/107 Letter to Editor Victoria County History of Yorkshire & Hull. (1967)
COPY OF ORIGINAL CONTENTS LIST ALSO INCLOSED

General (8)  DBR/2515  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: DEPOSITED IN HULL CITY RECORD OFFICE ON 23.11.70


Contents:
Historical file no.8 - general historical data:
8/1 Historian's notes on several locations in Sculcoates (6 double fscp sheets) /(1823-1937)
8/2 Extracts from RDT Bulletin 144 - 148 (2) (1956)
8/3 Extracts from RDT Bulletin 147 - 148 (2) (1956)
8/4 Extracts from RDT Bulletin 148 (Photox of 1910 Staff) (1956)
8/5 Extracts from RDT Bulletin 149/150 (2) (1956)
8/6 Extracts from RDT Bulletin 151/152 (2) (1956)
8/7 Extracts from RDT Bulletin 153/154 (2) (1956)
8/8 Extracts from RDT Bulletin 155/156 (2) (1956-1957)
8/9A Extracts from RDT Bulletin 157/158 (2) (1957)
8/9B Extracts from RDT Bulletin 159/160 (2) (1957)
8/9C Extracts from RDT Bulletin 161/163 (2) (1957)
8/9D Extracts from RDT Bulletin 164/165 (2) (1957)
8/9E Extracts from RDT Bulletin 166/167 (2) (1957)
8/10A Extracts from RDT Bulletin 147/148 (2) (1956)
8/10B Extracts from RDT Bulletin 144/151 (2) (1956)
8/10C Extracts from RDT Bulletin 150/167 (2) (1956-1957)
8/11 Notes and Map relative to History of Myton (2) (1890)
8/12 Extracts from H.D. 1803/Drypool and Sculcoates P.Rs. (1725 - 1812)
8/13 Various mss extracts from Drypool/Sculcoates P.Rs re Idle; Hamilton; Cash; Dring; Fletcher, etc., families
8/14 Correspondence and Schedules of Deeds relating to Old Foundry. (various dates)
8/15 Extracts from Hedon/Sculcoates/Drypool P.Rs - H.Ds - and various sources relating to Todd/Dring/Tong/Fletcher/Hamilton/Idle/Cash/Rose/Turley/Savage/familes and John Smeaton. (3). (Various dates)
8/16 Extracts from Title Deeds for Old Foundry land and property (1708-1808)
8/17 Cert. of Membership of B.B.I.R.A. (Orig. + 1) (1963-1964)
8/18 Cert. of Membership of B.B.I.R.A. (Orig. + 1) (1965-1966)
8/19 Details and photos of Record of Manufacture of New Milling Machine for machining aerial bombs within 13 days 19 hours. (orig. + 1) (26.2.1917)
COPY OF ORIGINAL CONTENTS LIST ALSO INCLUDED

Box of keys  DBR/2516  n.d

Cast iron plate commemorating the final item cast in the Foundry when it finally closed down on 11 May 1967  DBR/2517  1967

Contents:
ROSEDOWNS
OLD FOUNDRY
1777-1967
Last Cast May 11

Catalogue and photograph album of Fish Meal and Oil Plant for Newfoundland customer  DBR/2518  n.d

Bound volume of internal memos  DBR/2519  1957-1965

Bound volume of AFP Steering Committee minutes for the production of a 16mm colour prestige film on the progress and construction of a complete factory and services for the Bost Oil Factory, Afghanistan  DBR/2520  1965-1967

Contents:
1st meeting 25.5.1965 to 5th (and final) meeting 19.10.1967

Breakdown of Contract 6384, Bost Oil Factory  DBR/2521  n.d

Copy of DBR/2495  DBR/2522  n.d

Copy of DBR/2500  DBR/2523  n.d

Copy of DBR/2501  DBR/2524-5  n.d

Copy of DBR/2502  DBR/2526  n.d

Copy of DBR/2503  DBR/2527  n.d

Copy of DBR/2504  DBR/2528  n.d

Annual report and accounts of Davy-Ashmore Ltd  DBR/2529  1968

Note books  DBR/2530-2  ND, c.19-early C20

Catalogue of books in C. Downs' private room  DBR/2533  n.d

List of Spur, Bevel and Mitre Wheel Patterns, Fly Wheels, Worms and Worm Wheels etc., belonging to Holroyd, Horsfield & Wilson (Late Robert Wood & Sons) Millwrights, Engineers and Machine Makers, Iron and Brass Founders, etc. etc., Larchfield Foundry, Hunslet Road, Leeds, Leeds  DBR/2534  1878

Engraving of the premises of the Driffield & East Riding Pure Linseed Cake Co. Ltd  DBR/2535  n.d

Opportunities (for graduates) at Davy-Ashmore  DBR/2536  ND, c.1965

Rosedowns Bulletin, 1944-62, 1964-65  DBR/2537  1944-1965

Two copies of the thirteenth edition of Rosedowns Catalogue of Oil Mill machinery interleaved with blank paper on which notes have been made  DBR/2538-9  1894-1910

Contents:
Plans correspondence etc., have also been fixed in the volumes, additional items placed loose within it have been extracted marked with their former position and placed in a separate cover. Among these additions and enclosures are:-
Rosedowns leaflets and catalogues:
2538/2 Price list, 1908
2538/24 Dredger price list, 1908
2539/2 Price list, 1906
Other manufacturer's leaflets and catalogues:
2538/16 Oil filters by S.H. Johnson & Co. Ltd., London
2538/18 Drying machines by John King Ltd., of Liverpool
2538/22 Cake making machine by W. Marshall & Co. of the Crown Iron Works, Hull
2539/3 Disintegrators by Carters, 1894
2539/23 Vaporised fullers earth by Hy. Newson Garnett of Bath
Instructions:
2538/15 for boiling pure linseed oil in accordance with the most recent methods adopted in Hull
2538/31 for converting 10 tons of mucilage into block grease
2538/1p10 for working export oil mill on Coprah
2539/5 Refining cotton oil
Estimates:
2538/19 Cakette machine for Calthorpe Bros, ND
2539/7 Machinery for Messrs. Takcita & Co.
2539/20 Stearine extraction plant, ND
Correspondence with:
2538/14 Automatic Scale Co., 1910
2538/17 Charles Crith & Co., Heating ventilatinge drying engineers, London, 1895
2538/23-6 W.N. Nicholson & Sons Ltd., of Newark upon Trent with photograph of machine (?copra mill) made by them, 1910
2538/28 Atken & Wright of Leith, 1909
2538/32 G. Scott & Son Ltd, 1908
2538/1p10 Marshall, Sons & Co. Ltd., 1909
2539/13, 24 Messrs. C & G Miller of Stettin, 1901
2539/22 William Mackean Ltd., Paisley
Photographs:
2538/8-9 ? Patent Hydraulic paring machine
2538/20 Cake press
2538/26 Unidentified Rosedowns machine
2539/9-10 Pipework etc.
2539/19 Machinery by Greenwood & Batley of Leeds

Draft of text for catalogue  DBR/2540  n.d

File containing photographs and, in some cases biographical details of members of staff  DBR/2541  1962

Extract from export service bulletin, as to fishing in Africa and Russia  DBR/2542  25 July 1960

Memorandum and press cuttings as to fish processing in Ceylon and Peru  DBR/2543  18 Aug. 1960

Leaflet from B N Wallis as chief engineer of the Airship Guaraplee Co. Ltd., relating to work done on the R100  DBR/2544  n.d

Chart showing safe working loads of various slings  DBR/2545  ND, c.1970

Reports on experiments in the processing of animal and vegetable products  DBR/2546  1918-22

The Hull District Munitions of War Committee  [no ref. or date]

Minutes  DBR/2547  1915-1919

Contents:
Ap. 1915 (first meeting) to 29 Ap. 1919 (final meeting)

Financial statements and report  DBR/2548  1916

Financial statements and report  DBR/2549  1917

Contents:
Missing

Financial statements and report  DBR/2550  1918

Financial statements and report  DBR/2551  1919

Details materials accounts: Contracts, 2-7  DBR/2552  n.d

Details materials accounts: Contracts, 7-8  DBR/2553  n.d

Returns of war work completed by participating firms  DBR/2554  1919

Bank Book No. 5 contract  DBR/2555  Aug. 1917-Ap. 1919

Bank Book No. 5 contract  DBR/2556  May 1919

Bank Book  DBR/2557  Aug. 1918-Ap. 1919

Photographs  [no ref. or date]

Album of 30 photographs illustrating the offices and works  DBR/2558  ND, ?c1935

Contents:
(Unlabelled)

Photographs of a presentation  DBR/2559  ND

Contents:
(Unlabelled)

Set of labelled photographs of products  DBR/2560  n.d

(5196/4) Die wheels  DBR/2560/1  [n.d.]

(632) Rosedowns S2/65 Nutting machine  DBR/2560/2  [n.d.]

(621C) "Maxoil-Duplex" Type D Rosedowns new design oil expeller  DBR/2560/3  [n.d.]

(607F) Dryer tubes for a fish meal & oil plant in Newfoundland (drive end)  DBR/2560/4  [n.d.]

(607B) Dryer tubes for a fish meal & oil plant in Newfoundland (non-drive end)  DBR/2560/5  [n.d.]

(606E) L.C. oil expellers with "Maxoil-Duplex" expellers in background at Liverpool  DBR/2560/6  [n.d.]

(606) Anglo-American Rolls Installation at Liverpool  DBR/2560/7  [n.d.]

(583A) Dryer tubes for a fish meal & oil plant in Canada (non-drive end)  DBR/2560/8  [n.d.]

(591A) Cooking kettle for S2/65 Nutting maching  DBR/2560/9  [n.d.]

(515) Pilot plant for solvent extraction (Merz) system  DBR/2560/10  [n.d.]

(500A) "Maxoil-Duplex" High pressure oil expeller (type C)  DBR/2560/11  [n.d.]

(500) "Maxoil-Duplex" High pressure oil expeller (type C) (doors open)  DBR/2560/12  [n.d.]

(457) Coconut splitting machine  DBR/2560/13  [n.d.]

(445B) Detailed view of decorticator  DBR/2560/14  [n.d.]

(424A) Breaker rolls installation at Hull  DBR/2560/15  [n.d.]

(423A) "Maxoil-Duplex" (type C) expeller installation at Hull  DBR/2560/16  [n.d.]

(421) "L.C." oil expellers with "Maxoil-Duplex" expellers in an installation at Hull  DBR/2560/17  [n.d.]

(388) "Maxoil-Duplex" oil expeller installation at Durban, South Africa  DBR/2560/18  [n.d.]

(387) "Maxoil-Duplex" High pressure oil expeller installation at Greenock  DBR/2560/19  [n.d.]

(375) "Maxoil-Duplex" high pressure oil expeller installation at Port Sunlight  DBR/2560/20  [n.d.]

(RDT23) "Maxoil-Duplex" High pressure oil expeller installation at Hull  DBR/2560/21  [n.d.]

Correspondence  [no ref. or date]

Acknowledgement by the Town Clerk of a contribution to the Child Welfare and Food Economy exhibition  DBR/2561  1917

Correspondence with the Lord Mayor concerning the appointment of sheriff  DBR/2562  1931-1932

Correspondence with Sir Arthur Atkinson concerning his resignation as president of the Y.P.I  DBR/2563  1932

Correspondence with the Air Ministry concerning the supply of small machines parts with lists of parts supplied to various aircraft manufacturers and list of plant  DBR/2564  1937

Correspondence relating to the deposit of the records in Hull City Record Office  DBR/2565  1969

Reports of Overseas Visits by L. H. Downs  [no ref. or date]

Eastern Canada and the United States (printed log book)  DBR/2566  n.d

Canada and U.S.A.  DBR/2567  6 may-7 July, 1949

Canada and U.S.A.  DBR/2568  6 May-4 July, 1955

West Indies and U.S.A.  DBR/2569  10 Jan-20 March, 1957

Articles of association of the Oil Mill Engineering Association  DBR/2570  1919

The Oil Mill Machinery Agreement  DBR/2571  1919

Publications etc  [no ref. or date]

Verbatim report of a conference between representatives of the Hull Iron Trades Employers' Association and of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers with regard to the question at Messrs. Amos & Smiths as to their new boring machine  DBR/2572  1904

Contents:
With photograph of a boring machine purchased by Rosedowns from Dickenson & Co. of Keighley in 1904

Engineers' working rules, Hull District  DBR/2573  1912

Souvenir programme for the reunion of the old boys of the Hull and East Riding College  DBR/2574  1907

Contents:
With a list of old boys giving occupations and addresses

Programme for the Old Foundry Social and Recreation Club Garden Fete  DBR/2575  1916

Programme for the visit of the King and Queen  DBR/2576  June 1917

An appreciation of the industrial achievements in aircraft and production in the north eastern region during the war, 1939-45, issued by the Regional Controller, Ministry of Aircraft Production, Sheffield  DBR/2577  n.d

Modern Whaling in the Antarctic by R. A. Bellwood in The Fishing News  DBR/2578  3 Nov. 1934

An account of Rosedowns' history in the Hull Daily Mail  DBR/2579  3 July 1924

A Survey of Modern Fatty Oil Processes by T. Andrews, The Oil and Carbon Trades Journal  DBR/2580  31 Jan 1936

Contents:
Being a lecture given to the Hull Chemical and Engineering Society, 14 Jan 1936

"Modern Oil Milling" by L. H. Downs, The Oil and Carbon Trades Journal  DBR/2581  March 10, 1939

Contents:
Being a lecture delivered before the Hull Chemical and Engineering Society, 21 Feb. 1939

Press cuttings  DBR/2582  1929-1931, 1968

Calculating cylinder made by McFarlane of Glasgow  DBR/2583  n.d

Papers relating to Charles Downs' service in the 2nd East Riding of Yorkshire Royal Garrison Artillerey  DBR/2584  [n.d.]

Commissions: 2nd Lieutenant  DBR/2584/1  1904

Commissions: Captain  DBR/2584/2  1908

Papers relating to winning the Kings Cup  [no ref. or date]

Original bundle of letter of congratulations  DBR/2584/3  1908

Miscellaneous papers  DBR/2584/4  1908

Firing reports  DBR/2584/5  1909

Papers relating to the National Artillery Association Competition  DBR/2584/6  1910

Correspondence relating to the resignation of Capt. Downs  DBR/2584/7  1911

Newspapers and press cuttings  DBR/2584/8  1908,1911

Contents:
Chiefly 1908 and 1911

Miscellaneous and undated letters, papers etc  DBR/2584/9  n.d

Handbook of the National Artillery Association  DBR/2584/10  1908

Handbook of the National Artillery Association  DBR/2584/11  1910

Annual Report of the National Artillery Association  DBR/2584/12  1908

Annual Report of the National Artillery Association  DBR/2584/13  1910

Publications of the East Riding Royal Garrison Artillery  [no ref. or date]

Regimental Handbook  DBR/2584/14  1905

Distribution of prizes  DBR/2584/15  1908

Distribution of prizes  DBR/2584/16  1911

Mess dinner on the occasion of the passing of the volunteer force into the territorial army  DBR/2584/17  1908

Handbook for the depression range finder  DBR/2584/18  1905

Range table for 6" BL gun, mark Vii  DBR/2584/19  1908

Gun drills for BL and QF guns and moveable armaments  DBR/2584/20  1909

Instructions for practice seawards  DBR/2584/21  1910-1911

Handbook of CC gear  DBR/2584/22  ND

Video entitled Simon Rosedowns Profile produced by photofil (VHS and Beta formula)  DBR/2585  n.d

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mr. S. Smith, Publicity Officer, 13 April 1988


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