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Reference DDX 118
Covering dates 1085-1950
Held by Lancashire Record Office
Extent 172 Series
Conditions of access Open to consultation, unless otherwise stated
Creators Woodcock, Thomas, of Haslingden, Lancashire

Contents:
The following list is only a partial index
DDX 118/100 Plans (also DDX 118/9,10,13,75,76, DDX 118/159/1,18
DDX 118/101 Admittances qualifying solicitors to take surrenders as customary tenants
DDX 118/102 Apprenticeship indentures
DDX 118/103 Property at Wolfenden, Hugh Mill, Boothfold before 1860
DDX 118/104 Horncliffe Wood Farm before 1860
DDX 118/105 Property at Lower Clowes before 1860
DDX 118/106 Properties specified in DDX 118/103-105 and other properties in Haslingden and Rawtenstall after 1860
DDX 118/107 Haslingden, Rawtenstall and Bacup
DDX 118/108 Rawtenstall and Bacup
DDX 118/109 Cobham Estate, Rossendale
DDX 118/110 Holden V. Mordacque (Haslingden Church School)
DDX 118/111 Higher Hud Hey Farm, Haslingden
DDX 118/112 Oakenhead Wood
DDX 118/113 New Hall Hey Estate, Rawtenstall
DDX 118/114 Turfhouse Estate, Haslingden
DDX 118/115 Haslingden
DDX 118/116 Haydocks Tenement, Mellor
DDX 118/117 Alexanders Estate, Ramsgreave
DDX 118/118 Wood Estate, Mellor
DDX 118/119 Edgworth
DDX 118/120 Baxenden, Accrington and Haslingden
DDX 118/121 Rawtenstall
DDX 118/122 Bacup Booth
DDX 118/123 Private Lane, Haslingden
DDX 118/124 Haslingden Churchyard
DDX 118/125 George Street Public Accommodation Co., Haslingden
DDX 118/126 Haslingden Chapel
DDX 118/127 Horncliffe (in Tottington rental)
DDX 118/128 Flaxmoss
DDX 118/129 Henheads and Carterplace
DDX 118/130 Minerals in the manors of the Honour of Clitheroe
DDX 118/131 Sheep Green, Haslingden
DDX 118/132 Ramsbottom Estate
DDX 118/133 Haslingden Gas Light and Coke Company
DDX 118/134 High Street, Haslingden
DDX 118/135 Lane Side Foundry
DDX 118/136 Lighting and watching of Haslingden, 1844
DDX 118/137 Miscellaneous abstracts of title
DDX 118/138 Haslingden
DDX 118/139 Miscellaneous (inc. 1794 summary of Tottington)
DDX 118/140 Drake House Farm, West Bradford, co. York
DDX 118/141 Tithes from the Drake House and Marybone Estate, West Bradford
DDX 118/142 Hancocks Farm, West Bradford
DDX 118/143 Fell Side Farm, West Bradford
DDX 118/144 Waddington, co. York
DDX 118/145 Seedalls, Hansons and Dowsyke tenements, West Bradford
DDX 118/146 Drake House Farm and Marybone Meadow Farm, West Bradford
DDX 118/147 Townhead Farm, West Bradford
DDX 118/148 Pillings Farm, West Bradford
DDX 118/149 Freeholders Farm, Thornbers Farm, Damhead Farm, Waddington
DDX 118/150 Allotments at West Bradford
DDX 118/151 Townhead Estate, West Bradford
DDX 118/152 Honour of Clitheroe, copyhold tenure (1085-1927)
DDX 118/153 Horncliffe Quarries in Tottington
DDX 118/154 Tottington Lower End
DDX 118/155 Rossendale
DDX 118/156 South Lancashire Elections, 1861 and 1865
DDX 118/157 South Lancashire Election, 1865
DDX 118/158 Haslingden and Rawtenstall Waterworks
DDX 118/159 Spotland
DDX 118/160 New Hall Hey Mill, Rawtenstall
DDX 118/161 Flaxmoss, Fulling Mill
DDX 118/162 River Irwell Reservoir
DDX 118/163 Wolfenden and Rawtenstall
DDX 118/164 Flaxmoss
DDX 118/165 Townsend family of Holme
DDX 118/166 Musbury
DDX 118/167 Haslingden church and township
DDX 118/168 Turnpike Trusts
DDX 118/169 Cotton Famine
DDX 118/170 Toll Contracts, Edenfield
DDX 118/171 Newchurch (Rossendale) Highways
DDX 118/172 Miscellaneous (inc. Flaxmoss, Leyland, Pendlebury, Railways, Roads, Schooner "Mischief", Chorley, Blackpool, Bury, Trayles)



Letters Testimonial made by Peregrine Gastrell, Esq  DDX 118/1  6 Jan. 1738/9


Related information: (See also DDX 118/5 and 6)

Contents:
Bachelor of Laws, Vicar General and Official principal of The Bishop of Chester giving authority to John Townshend and John Haworth to enlarge the north chancell of the parochial chappel of Edenfield by a length of four yards from east to west and a breadth of about one and a half yards from north to south, and to place pews therein, and to dispose of the pews when built

Agreement: to purchase for £14  DDX 118/2  17 Jun. 1746

Contents:
(i) The freeholders and leaseholders in the Forest of Rossendale and Part of Brandwood within Spotland, (ii) Richard Ashworth of Boothfold in the Forest of Rossendale, yeoman, Henry Ashworth of Millerbarn in the Forest of Rossendale, yeoman, and the feoffee or feoffees of James Key of Boothfold, dec'd the right of way from Boothfold over Hughmill Bridge, from the south end of the bridge south eastward to the bottom of Carlane, and from the south end of the bridge westward by the north side of Bury Parish to Waterfoot; and agree to pay for the upkeep of the road, fences, gates and bridges (copy)

Counterpart of DDX 118/2 (copy)  DDX 118/3  [n.d.]

A grant to trustees  DDX 118/4  19 June. 1754

Contents:
John Ormerod of Tunstead in the Forest of Rossendale, gentleman, to Rev. John Welsh. minister, of Newchurch in Rossendal, and John Hargreaves of Newchurch, gentleman a gallery in the Church newly erected for the use of psalm singers by John Ormerod to be held jointly with him (J.O.) for the benefit of psalm singers, and when a trustee dies another to be nominated in his place by the remaining trustees

Agreement to purchase for 12/-  DDX 118/5  2 Jul. 1764


Related information: (See also DDX 118/1)

Contents:
John Townshend of Lower Newhallney, gentleman, to John Haworth of Horncliffe, gentleman three pews lying further from the pulpit nearer the east end of the north side of the chancel of the parochial chapel of Edenfield. J.H. to pay for the upkeep of the roof and walls above and opposite the pews

Assignment  DDX 118/6  2 Jul. 1764

Contents:
John Howorth of Horncliffe, gentleman, to John Tounshend of Lower Newhallhey, gentleman - three pews lying nearer the pulpit on the north side of the chancel of the parochial chapel of Edenfield, westward in consideration of the three pews lying to the east end of the north side of the chancel being further from the pulpit J.T. to pay for the upkeep of the roof, walls, windows above and opposite the pews nearer the pulpit (see also DDX 118/1)

Lease for 3 lives at 12/- rent for £180  DDX 118/7  1 Jul. 1797

Contents:
Edward, Earl of Derby, to Sarah Pilling of Shuttleworth in the manor of Bury, widow messuage and tenement (Mes.194) consisting of a house, part of a barn, an "outayle" and fold in common (0:0:12) the croft (0:3:26) the Road Bank (1:0:0:) a small nook opposite the road bank (0:0:18) the little meadow (1:0:14:) the four day marth meadows (1:2:29) Total 4 acres 3 roadlands and 19 perches. Situated in Shuttleworth. For the lives of John Kay of Lower Tunstead. Rossendale, aged 37 yrs of James Kay, son of J.K. aged 4 years, and of James Heyes, son of John Heyes, couper in the parish of Bury, aged 13 yrs

Lease for 7 years at £90 rent per annum  DDX 118/8  21 Jan. 1806

Contents:
(i) John and Robert and Richard Holden to (ii) Thomas Worsick and James Schofield a mill called Slidings Mill in Musbury, a complete set of machinery

A Map of the turnpike road from Haslingden through New Church and Bacup to Todmorden and of several intended new branches  DDX 118/9  1814

Plan of Edge Side Mill and Wales Fields and Wales Edge Side Estates  DDX 118/10  1840

Contents:
Situated in the township of Newchurch and parish of Whalley. The property of Mrs. Sarah Ashworth, Mrs. Lord and Mrs. Betty Ashworth

Lease for ever at £11:11:9: rent per annum  DDX 118/11  1842

Contents:
(i) Henry Maden of Scan End in the Forest of Rossendal, weaver, (surviving devise in trust under the will of John Hardman late of Greens within Spotland, yeoman, dec'd) (ii) James Hardman of Green Barn within Spotland, yeoman, (grandson of John Hardman and beneficial owner of the ground and premises hereby demised) to (iii) James Ashworth of Lumb Hall within Spotland, woollen manufacturer part of the close called Kiln Clough parcel of the Green Barn Estate within Spotland (2437 sq.yds) on part of which is a newly erected woollen mill and other buildings; part of the close called Butt, parcel of Greens Barn Estate (328 sq.yds) being the site of a reservoir for the use of the mill; part of the close called the Acre, parcel of Greens Barn Estate (39 sq.yds) on which are newly erected outbuildings; together with rights to all roads and watercourses belonging to the said plots of ground and right to divert water to the said mill, (except James Hardman to use the occupation road for farming purposes free of repairs and to have the manure from the mill, houses, and surrounding ground) James Hardman to pay land tax or any other tax chargeable on the land, to maintain the mill and buildings, and to keep the plots of ground fenced. A plan of the ground involved on the back of the indenture. 29 Mar. 1842

Railway prospectus and application form for shares of the Manchester, Bury and Rossendale Railway  DDX 118/12  1843

Contents:
Addressed to John Haworth Esq., Horncliffe House, near Edenfield

Map of the proposed Blackburn, Darwen & Bolton Railway  DDX 118/13  1844

Contents:
Prospectus of the said railway and application form for shares

Genealogical Table of the Woodcock family from 1732 to 1944  DDX 118/14  1732-1944

Notices and songs about the Haslingden Local Board elections of 1875, 1888, 1890  DDX 118/15  1875-1890

Trustees of Richard Ashworth  [no ref. or date]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Robert Cunliffe of Rawtenstall, yeoman  DDX 118/16  5 Aug. 1801

Contents:
To a messuage called Fletchers in Newhallhey in the Forest of Rossendale, consisting of a dwelling house, a cottage, a barn, and closes called the Water Bank, the Further Field, the Fields above the Well and the Field above the House. (16 ac. 13 p.) annual rent 5s. 5d surrendered for £453 by James Whitaker of Broadclough in the Forest of Rossendale, with the consent of James Bradshaw of Darcy Leaver, esq., mortgagee of the property, and Thomas Edmundson of Mythamroyd, co. Yorks, worsted manufacturer

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Sarah Sibberin of Charnock Richard, widow  DDX 118/17  5 Aug. 1801

Contents:
To a messuage called Fletchers in Newhallhey, consisting of a dwelling house, a cottage, a barn and closes called the Waterbank, the Further Field and the Fields above the Well (12 ac. 6 p.) annual rent 4s mortgaged for £150 by Robert Cunliffe of Newhallhey, yeoman, and Alice his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of James Barlow of Rawtenstall, yeoman  DDX 118/18  19 Apr. 1803

Contents:
To property as DDX 118/17 above surrendered for £240 by Robert Cunliffe of Newhallhey, yeoman, and Alice his wife, and subject to the payment of a mortgage debt of £150 and interest due to Sarah Sibberin

Lease for 21 years  DDX 118/19  1857, 1859

Contents:
Elijah Barlow of Rawtenstall, yeoman, to James Whittaker and John Whittaker, both of Edenfield, carriers, a messuage called Fletchers at New Hall Hey, consisting of a dwelling house, 2 cottages, 1 barn, 1 stable and closes formerly called the Water Bank, the Further Fields above the Well, but now called the Water Bank, the House Field and the Stone Pit Field, (12 ac.) annual rent to the lord of the manor 4s annual rent £55, the land is not to be ploughed. 29 Dec. 1859
Endorsement of the surrender of the lease to Jonathan Wood Whitehead of Liverpool, broker, Thomas Hoyle Whitehead of Holly Mount within Rawtenstall, John Ormerod Whitehead of Holme Field within Rawtenstall, and Samuel Sanderson Whitehead of Wales House near Newchurch, all cotton manufacturers, further to the will of James Whittaker, deceased. 25 Oct. 1857

Covenant  DDX 118/20  14 Oct. 1862

Contents:
Entered into by (i) James Stott, formerly of New Church, but now of Thorn Hill within Rawtenstall, gent., surviving trustee of the will of James Barlow, late of Rawtenstall, yeoman, dec'd, (ii) Elijah Barlow of Rose Cottage near Keighley in the West Riding, gent., and (iii) David Whitehead of Holly Mount within Rawtenstall, esq., (ii) to surrender to (iii) for £5,000 property as DDX 118/19 above subject to a lease for 21 years made 29 Dec. 1859 (see DDX 118/19 above)

Admittance in the manor court of Accrington Mew Hold of David Whitehead  DDX 118/21  14 Oct. 1862

Contents:
As DDX 118/20 above, to property as DDX 118/19 above surrendered for £5,000 by James Stott by the direction of Elijah Barlow, both as DDX 118/20 above, and subject to a lease for 21 years

Trustees of William Hartley  [no ref. or date]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of Laurence Duckworth of Haslingden, shopkeeper  DDX 118/22  1811

Contents:
To a plot of land in Haslingden on the north side of the public street leading to Bury, part of a close called Dobsons, annual rent 1d surrendered for £62.14.6 by Oliver Hargreave of Haslingden, esq., L.D., to make a causeway and to pave a moiety of the street. 30 Apr. 1811

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of Lawrence Duckworth of Haslingden, shopkeeper  DDX 118/23  22 Oct. 1822

Contents:
To a plot of land in Haslingden on the west side of George Street annual rent ½d. L.D. to make a causeway

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of Lawrence Duckworth of Haslingden, shopkeeper  DDX 118/24  1 May, 1824

Contents:
To a dwelling house formerly a warehouse in the main street in Haslingden, annual rent 1d surrendered by Oliver Hargreave of Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, co. Middlesex, esq., with the consent of William Carr, late of Clitheroe Castle, but now of Blackburn, and Henry Hargreaves of Newchurch, gents, Mary Hargreave, widow, and Eleanora and Eliza Hargreave, spinsters, all of Haslingden. Subject to an annuity and portions payable to M.H., Eleanora H. and Eliza H

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold on the death of Lawrence Duckworth late of Haslingden, shopkeeper  DDX 118/25  21 Oct. 1834

Contents:
A plot of land in Haslingden on the north side of the public street leading to Bury, part of a close called Dobsons Meadow, with a building lately erected on it, annual rent 1d. A plot of land in Haslingden on the west side of George Street, annual rent ½d. A dwelling house at the bottom of the main street in Haslingden, annual rent 1d. A parcel of meadow land in Haslingden called Pack Meadow (1 ac. 1 p.) annual rent 5d. 2 cottage with a garden at Alder Hall within Flax Moss, annual rent 1d, 2 dwelling houses in Haslingden, 1d, subject to a yearly rent of 10s.6d payable to Richard Halstead, his heirs and assigns, 2 dwelling houses with the barn and stable at Lane Side near Pike Low, annual rent 4½d devised by L.D. to John Parkinson of Stone fold in the township of Lower Booths, gent., upon trust to pay the rents and issues to wife Nancy for life, and after her death to sell and invest the purchase money, and pay one half of the interest equally among the nephews and nieces on his wife's side, and the other half among the children of Thomas Briggs of Accrington
Admittance of John Parkinson

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of Alice Heys of Haslingden, widow  DDX 118/26  21 Oct. 1834

Contents:
To a plot of land in Haslingden on the north side of the public street leading to Bury, part of a close called Dobsons Meadow with a building newly erected on it, annual rent 1d, a plot of land in Haslingden on the west side of George Street, annual rent ½d, and a dwelling house at the bottom of the main street in Haslingden surrendered for £998 by John Parkinson of Lower Booths, gent

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of John Duckworth and George Duckworth  DDX 118/27  4 Oct. 1842

Contents:
Both of Haslingden, cloggers, as tenants in common, to a plot of land in Haslingden on the north side of the public street leading to Bury, with 2 dwelling houses recently erected annual rent 1s surrendered for £665 by John Parkinson of Stonefold, gent, devisee in trust for sale

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of George Duckworth of Haslingden, clogger  DDX 118/28  21 Apr. 1846

Contents:
To a moiety of the land and one of the houses as 27 surrendered for £140 by John Duckworth of Haslingden, common carrier, and Jane his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of Peter Sale of Haslingden, gent  DDX 118/29  21 Apr. 1846

Contents:
A dwelling house at the bottom of the main street in Haslingden with a yard and garden, annual rent 1d surrendered for £350 by John Duckworth, common carrier, and Jane his wife, and George Duckworth, leather dealer, and Elizabeth his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of George Duckworth of Haslingden, leather dealer  DDX 118/30  12 Oct. 1858

Contents:
To property in DDX 118/29 surrendered for £380 by Nanny Sale of Haslingden, widow of Peter Sale, late of Haslingden, dec'd, Rachel Wilkinson Sale, Elizabeth Wilkinson Sale and Mary Jane Wilkinson Sale, all of Haslingden, daughters of P.S

Deed of disclaimer  DDX 118/31  1 Oct. 1872

Contents:
By John Woodcock of Haslingden, solicitor, of the offices of trustee and executor of George Duckworth, late of Haslingden, leather dealer, deceased

Inquisition post mortem in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/32  1872

Contents:
On the death of George Duckworth of Haslingden, leather dealer, who died possessed of a plot of land in Haslingden on the north side of the public street leading to Bury, with 2 houses recently erected, annual rent 1d, and a dwelling house at the bottom of the main street in Haslingden, with a yard and garden, annual rent 1d which he devised to his son-in-law Henry Atkin of the City of London, co. Middlesex, silversmith and electro plate manufacturer, upon various trusts. 15 Oct. 1872
Admittance of Henry Wright Atkin

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of Henry Butterworth of No. 31, Grosvenor Street, Newton Heath near Manchester, flour and corn dealer  DDX 118/33  4 Nov. 1872

Contents:
To a messuage or dwelling house, shop, workshops warehouse and cottage in the Market Place within Haslingden, annual rent 1d surrendered for £1,500 by Henry Wright Atkin of the City of London, silversmith and electro plate manufacturer

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of Henry Wright Atkin of the City of London  DDX 118/34  4 Nov. 1872

Contents:
To the property in DDX 118/33 above mortgaged for £1,500 and interest by Henry Butterworth as DDX 118/33 above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/35  26 Nov. 1874

Contents:
Of Mary Whittaker, widow, Samuel Horrocks, coal agent, Henry Coulthurst, butcher, all of Ramsbottom, and Alexander Worsley of Duckworth Clough near Haslingden, cotton manufacturer, to property as DDX 118/33 surrendered for £1,003.0.3½ by Harry Wright Atkin as above. Subject to the equity of redemption contained in a mortgaged dated 4 Nov. 1872

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/36  1876

Contents:
Of John Woodcock of Oakley near Rawtenstall and Thomas Woodcock of Haslingden, gents. to 2 dwelling houses, shops, workshops, warehouse and cottage in the Market Place within Haslingden surrendered by Mary Whittaker, Samuel Harrocks, Henry Coulthurst and Alexander Worsley, all as DDX 118/35 above (mortgagees of the property) for £1,000, and by Henry Butterworth of the Market Place, Haslingden, shoemaker, for £300, paid by J.W. and T.W., and £600 paid by William Hartley of Regent Street, Haslingden, innkeeper. 12 May, 1876

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/37  12 May, 1876

Contents:
(i) Mary Whittaker, Samuel Horrocks, Henry Coulthurst and Alexander Worsley, (ii) Henry Butterworth, (iii) William Hartley, (iv) John Woodcock and Thomas Woodcock, all as above, the property surrendered in DDX 118/36 to be to the use of the parties in (iv): W.H. to pay £1,300 + interest to the parties in (iv) who will then reconvey the property

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of William Hartley of Regent Street, Haslingden, innkeeper  DDX 118/38  19 Oct. 1886

Contents:
To the property in DDX 118/36 above surrendered for £1,300 by John Woodcock of Oakley near Rawtenstall and Thomas Woodcock of Haslingden, gents

Greenbank Estate Co. Ltd  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of the Rev.Richard Formby's title  DDX 118/39  2 May 1775 - 1 Sep. 1800

Contents:
To a piece of land called the Mean Dole in Dedwenclough within the forest of Rossendale

Abstract of the Rev.Richard Formby's title  DDX 118/40  24 Oct.1780 - 20 Oct. 1784

Contents:
To a close called the Madge Dole at Cloughfold within Dedwenclough in the forest of Rossendale

Abstract of the title  DDX 118/41  25 Jul.1785 - 1 May, 1810

Contents:
To land in Deadwenclough purchased by Mr. James Ashworth from Mr. Holt

Abstract of the title of the trustees under Mrs. Formby's settlement  DDX 118/42  18 Oct. 1785

Contents:
To lands in the manor of Accrington New Hold

Surrender in the manor of Accrington Newhold  DDX 118/43  1805

Contents:
By the Rev.Robert Hankinson Roughsedge of Liverpool, clerk, and Richard Willis of Halsnead, esq. (feoffees in trust) at the request of the Rev. Richard Formby of Liverpool, clerk of 2 dwelling houses, a barn and 7 closes (22 ac. 24 p.) within Deadwenclough, annual rent 8s. 8d to the use of John Holt of Crossfield. par. Rochdale, merchant, John Ashworth of Cloughfold, James Ashworth of Hall Carr and George Ashworth of Cloughfold, all in the forst of Rossendale, woollen manufacturers, for 999 years (draft)

Lease for 999 years  DDX 118/44  1805

Contents:
(i) The Rev.Robert Hankinson Roughsedge and Richard Willis (ii) The Rev. Richard Formby, (iii) John Holt, John Ashworth, James Ashworth and George Ashworth, all as DDX 118/43 above property as DDX 118/43 above annual rent £160 (Draft)

Bond in £1,600  DDX 118/45  22 Jan. 1805

Contents:
John Holt, John Ashworth, James Ashworth and George Ashworth, all as above, to Alice Kenyon of Haslingden, spinster: to secure payment of £800 + interest to A.K

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/46  22 Apr. 1805

Contents:
Of John Holt, John Ashworth, James Ashworth and George Ashworth, all as DDX 118/43, to the right to that part of the River Irwell extending along 2 closes called the Madge Dole and the Mean Dole in Deadwinclough in the forest of Rossendale, with liberty to divert the stream and to erect a weir, annual rent 1d surrendered for £450 by the Rev.Robert Hankinson Roughsedge and Richard Willis at the request of the Rev.Richard Formby, all as above

Draft of DDX 118/46  DDX 118/47  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/48  23 Apr. 1805

Contents:
Of John Holt, John Ashworth, James Ashworth and George Ashworth to a messuage, barn and other buildings, and closes of land at Waterside near Clough Bridge within Deadwinclough, annual rent 3s 8d a moiety to J.H. and a moiety to John A., James A., and G.A., to hold as tenants in common, surrendered for £900 by Alice Kenyon, spinster, and Bridget Haworth, widow, both of Haslingden

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Thomas Kay of Burnley, cotton manufacturer  DDX 118/49  1810

Contents:
To a newly erected mill called Long Holme Mill, with the reservoirs, waters and falls of water in Deadwen Clough, and 2 newly erected dwelling houses near the mill, 2 dwelling houses, 1 barn and other buildings in Deadwen Clough with 7 closes (22 ac. 24 p.), annual rent 8s. 8d for the residue of a term of 299 years, surrendered for £1,780 by Robert Holt of Lower Place, par. Rochdale, Robert Holt of Rochdale, (nephew of R.H.) Francis Holt of Deeplish Hill, par. Rochdale, all merchants, Ralph Shuttleworth of Rochdale, gent. (trustees and executors appointed by the will of John Holt, late of Cross Field, par. Rochdale, woollen manufacturer, deceased), James Ashworth of Hall Carr in the forest of Rossendale, woollen manufacturer, and Henry Hargreaves of Newchurch in the forest of Rossendale, gent, also to - a plot of land, part of a close called the Holme within Deadwen Clough surrendered by Robert Holt the uncle, Robert Holt the nephew, Francis Holt and Ralph Shuttleworth, John Ashworth and Margaret his wife, George Ashworth and Betty his wife and James Ashworth and Alice his wife (Copy). 25 Oct. 1810

Admittance by way of mortgage in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Henry Duckworth of Hall Carr and Isabell Haworth of Hornecliffe Wood  DDX 118/50  25 Apr. 1769

Contents:
1 Messuage and 1 bay of building in Rawtenstall, annual rent 1d surrendered for £25 by James Nuttall of Balendon Brook, mason, 19 Feb. 1768

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Edmund Lonsdale of Haslingden, gentleman  DDX 118/51  29 Apr. 1800

Contents:
2 Closes in Oakenheadwood in Rossendale called Captain Height (7 ac.) annual rent 2s surrendered by Mary Hayhurst formerly of Derby but now of Risley, widow, mortgagee of the premises, for £140, by the appointment of John Munn of Holt Hill in the forest of Rossendale, for £80

Admittance in the court of Accrington New Hold of James Barlow of Rawtenstall, shopkeeper  DDX 118/52  29 Apr 1800

Contents:
1 Messuage and tenement called Higher House in Oakenheadwood and closes called Yate Bank, Calf Croft, Great Bank, New Meadow, Back Croft, Nearer Rushey Field, Further Rushey Field, Little Meadow, Little Bank and the Old Meadow (11 ac.2r.) annual rent 4s.5d surrendered by Mary Hayhurst, formerly of Derby, but now of Risley, widow, mortgagee of the premises, for £310, by the appointment of John Munn of Holt Hill, cotton manufacturer, for £200

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of James Barlow of Rawtenstall, yeoman, and shopkeeper  DDX 118/53  25 Apr. 1809

Contents:
2 Closes in Oakenheadwood called Captain Height (7 ac.) surrendered for £260 by Edmund Lonsdale of Haslingden, yeoman

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Henry Barlow of Rawtenstall  DDX 118/54  3 May, 1859

Contents:
The property in DDX 118/52 and 53, several plots of land, part of a close called Jammy Holme in Rawtenstall, annual rent 4d, and 6 cottages in Rawtenstall Fold, annual rent 2½d surrendered by John Barlow, Henry Barlow and Elijah Barlow, further to the will of James Barlow, late of Rawtenstall, yeoman, deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Henry Barlow of Rawtenstall  DDX 118/55  26 Apr. 1870

Contents:
2 Closes in Oakenheadwood called Captain Height, 1 messuage and tenement called Higher House, and 10 closes with 2 dwelling houses, also several plots of land part of a close called Jammy Holme in Rawtenstall surrendered by James Stott of Newchurch, cordwainer, one of the trustees under the will of James Barlow, late of Rawtenstall, yeoman, deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/56  9 Sept. 1887

Contents:
Of Elizabeth Barlow of Oak Villas, Rawtenstall, and Josiah Barlow of Pleasant View, Rawtenstall, commission agent, property as DDX 118/55 further to the will of Henry Barlow, late of Oak Villas, Rawtenstall, gentleman, deceased

Walmersley-with - Shuttleworth  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release  DDX 118/57  1, 2 Jul. 1807

Contents:
For £1,207.10.0. paid by (iv) to (i): (i) The Rev. Robert Hankinson Roughsedge of Liverpool, clerk, and Richard Willis of Halsnead Hall, esq. (the surviving trustees of the marriage settlement of the Rev. Richard Formby of Formby and Ann, his late wife, deceased) (ii) R.F. (iii) John Formby of Liverpool, esq. (eldest son and heir of R.F.) (iv) Richard Ashworth of Bank Lane in Walmsley, cotton spinner, and John Ashworth of Tottington, machine-maker a messuage with closes called the Road or Royd, the Road Bank, the Great Mill Hey, the Little Mill Hey, the Mill Hey, a moiety of the Green, the Croft, the Knowl and the Highmost Field (12ac. 2r. 35p.) and an undivided third part of a close of common called Cross Bank (12ac.) all at Bank Lane in trust, as to the estate of J.A. for R.A. and his heirs

Mortgage for term of £1,000 years for £600  DDX 118/58  4 Jul. 1807

Contents:
(i) Richard Ashworth and John Ashworth, to (ii) The Rev. Richard Formby, all as in DDX 118/57 above property as DDX 118/57

Transfer of mortgage: for £600  DDX 118/59  13 May, 1811

Contents:
(i) Richard Ashworth of Bank Lane within Walmsley, cotton spinner, (ii) The Rev. Richard Formby of Everton, clerk, (iii) The Rev. Ferdinando Casson of the City of Chester, clerk property as DDX 118/57

Lease and release: for £700 to Richard Ashworth  DDX 118/60  27, 28 Nov. 1812

Contents:
(i) R.A. as in DDX 118/59 above, (ii) John Ashworth of Rochdale, joiner and carpenter, to (iii) John Mason of Rochdale, joiner and carpenter property as DDX 118/57 mortgaged to The Rev. Ferdinando Casson, of the City of Chester for £600

Lease and release: for £640  DDX 118/61  18, 19 Jun. 1816

Contents:
(i) John Mason, as in DDX 118/60 above, (ii) John Ashworth of Rochdale, joiner and carpenter, and Ann, his wife, (iii) John Jackson of Balladin in Tottington Higher End, farmer property as DDX 118/57 subject to a mortgage for £600 to The Rev. Ferdinando Casson as in DDX 118/60

Assignment and release: for £400  DDX 118/62  12 Sept. 1835

Contents:
To (i) and £289 to each of the parties in (ii): (i) James Howarth of Walmsley, innkeeper, and Betty, his wife, (ii) John Jackson of Sheffield Gate, par. Bury, farmer, Joshua Jackson of Coup and Lynch, farmer, Ann Jackson of Edenfield, spinster, (iii) James Jackson of Edenfield, yeoman their shares in the residuary estate of John Jackson, late of Edenfield, yeoman, deceased

Lease and release: for 5/-  DDX 118/63  1835

Contents:
To all the parties in (ii) and (iii) and 10/- to (i): (i) The Rev. Ferdinando Casson of the City of Chester, clerk, (iii) John Haworth of Horncliffe, par Bury, and Thomas Booth of Edenfield, gents. (iii) Ann Jackson, John Jackson, Joshua Jackson, James Howarth and Betty his wife, (iv) James Jackson of Edenfield, yeoman, (v) John Shearson of Bury, gent a messuage and closes called the Great Mill Hey, the Little Mill Hey, the Mill Hey, a moiety of the Green, the Croft, the Knowle and the Highmost Field. (9ac. 2r. 30p.) and and undivided third part of a close of common called Bank Lane Close (12ac.) all at Bank Lane, par. Bury Assignment by F.C. of the residue of a term of £1,000 years, in the premises to J.S. 15, 16 Sep. 1835

Conveyance: for £350  DDX 118/64  25 May, 1867

Contents:
(i) Samuel Taylor of Manchester, cotton waste dealer, and Miles Longley of Mossley, cotton spinner and manufacturer, credited assignees of the estate and effects of John Jackson of Reeds Holme Mill in Crawshaw Booth, cotton spinner, and manufacture, bankrupt, to (ii) Joseph Heap of Ramsbottom, quarry master one undivided moiety in five cottages at Bank Lane in Walmersley cum Shuttleworth, and in a farm and estate at Bank Lane with closes called the Croft, the Knowle, the Croft Meadow and the Croft, (8ac. 2r. 36p.) and in an undivided third part of a close of common waste called Bank Lane Close

Particulars and conditions of sale  DDX 118/65  1873

Contents:
Of lands, farms and rents in Elton, Tottington and Walmersley to be sold by auction 16 and 17 Jul. 1873

Conveyance: for £775  DDX 118/66  27 Jul. 1881

Contents:
(i) William Heap of the Clarence Hotel, Bolton Street, Ramsbottom, innkeeper, John Heap of Crow Lane, Ramsbottom, contractor, and Richard Heap of Vineyard Close, Tottington, near Bury, gent. to (ii) Worsley Tomlinson of Haslingden, gent property as in DDX 118/64

Conveyance  DDX 118/67  12 Aug. 1881

Contents:
(i) Thomas Pickup of Edenfield, gent. to (ii) James Henry Jackson of Hannah Street, Darwen, Co-operative Store Manager, an undivided moiety in 5 cottages at Bank Land, and a farm and estate with closes called the Croft, the Knowle, the Croft Meadow, and the Croft (8ac. 2r. 36p.) and one undivided third part of a close of common waste ground called Bank Lane Close devised by James Jackson of Edenfield to T.P. in trust for J.H.J

Conveyance  DDX 118/68  19 Nov. 1881

Contents:
(i) Thomas Pickup of Edenfield, gent. to (ii) Worsley Tomlinson of Haslingden, gent the legal estate in the property in DDX 118/64 devised by James Jackson of Edenfield to T.P. in trust for John Jackson as in DDX 118/64

Conveyance  DDX 118/69  1 Jan. 1883

Contents:
For £785: (i) Worsley Tomlinson of Haslingden, gent. to (ii) James Henry Jackson of 46, Hannah Street, Over Darwen, Co-operative Store Manager property as in DDX 118/64

Conveyance  DDX 118/70  11 Nov. 1890

Contents:
For £1,522: (i) James Henry Jackson as in DDX 118/69 above, to (ii) Joseph Henry Ramsbottom of Lodge Mill, Walmersley cum Shuttleworth, cotton manufacturer 5 cottages and a farm and estate at Bank Lane in Walmersley cum Shuttleworth with closes called the Croft, the Knowle, the Croft Meadow and the Croft (8ac. 2r. 36p.) and an undivided third part of common waste ground called Bank Lane Close

Conveyance  DDX 118/71  9 Feb. 1897

Contents:
For £450: (i) Henry Mere Ormerod of Huntspill, Broughton Park, Salford, gent: (ii) The Rev. George Thomas Bailey Ormerod of Stroud, co. Gloucester, clerk, (iii) Joseph Henry Ramsbottom of Shuttleworth near Bury, cotton spinner a messuage and tenement called Bank Lane at Walmersley comprising the Croft Field (2ac. 1r. 18p.) the Barn Croft Field (1ac. 12p.) the Moor Croft Field (1ac. 3p.) the Barn Meadow and the Little Black Croft (2ac. 1r. 7p.) and one undivided third part of a field called the Moor Field (12ac.) subject to a specified right of way

Assent of Herbert Ramsbottom, James Ramsbottom, cotton manufacturer, and Florence Agnes Ramsbottom, spinster, of 30, Lodge Mill Lane, Shuttleworth  DDX 118/72  1 Dec. 1925

Contents:
Executors of the will of Joseph Henry Ramsbottom, late of Shuttleworth, cotton manufacturer, deceased, to the devise of freehold property at Shuttleworth to H.R. J.R. and John Edwin Ramsbottom of Chesdene, Reading Road, Farnborough, co. Hants, chemist

Conveyance: for £396.13.4  DDX 118/73  4 Apr. 1927

Contents:
(i) John Edwin Ramsbottom to (ii) Herbert Ramsbottom and James Ramsbottom, all as DDX 118/72 above one third share in a messuage and tenement called the Bank Lane in Walmersley, with closes called the Croft Field (2ac. 1r. 18p.) the Barn Croft Field (1ac. 12p.) the Moorcroft Field (1ac. 3p.) the Barn Meadow and the Little Black Croft (2ac. 1r. 7p.) and in one undivided third part in a field called the Moor Field

Confirmatory conveyance of DDX 118/73  DDX 118/74  25 Feb. 1944

Contents:
(i) John Edwin Ramsbottom, now of Dunkeld, Waverley Lane, Farnham, co. Surrey, chemist, to (ii) James Ramsbottom, now of Khandala, 63, St. Annes Rd. East, St. Annes on Sea, company director

Plan of the Bank Lane Estate  DDX 118/75  n.d

Plan of the Higher Fold Farm and cottages, Bank Lane, Shuttleworth  DDX 118/76  n.d

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Edmond Lord of Boothfold in the Forest of Rossendale, clothier  DDX 118/77  23 Apr. 1756

Contents:
To a messuage, barn and other buildings to be erected with closes called the Clark Holm and the Well Bank in Deadwenclough in Rossendale (annual rent 1/-) mortgaged for £120 by Oliver Ashworth of Scout Waterside, yeoman

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Richard Hargreaves of Ackworth, co. York, gent  DDX 118/78  27 Oct. 1767

Contents:
To a messuage, barn and buildings, with closes called the Clarke Holme (now divided into two), the Well Bank (now divided into three), the Shott Bank and the Hough Meadow, all in Dedwenclough, (annual rent 1/2) mortgaged for £120 by James Lord of Lench Fold and George Ashworth of Fearns, both in the Forest of Rossendale, clothiers, executors of Edmund Lord, late of Boothfold, clothier, deceased, and for £30 by Oliver Ashworth of Scoute, yeoman

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Richard Hargreaves of Ackworth, co. York, gent  DDX 118/79  11 May, 1770

Contents:
To the property in DDX 118/78 mortgaged for £110 by Oliver Ashworth as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Samuel Haworth of Edgeside, clothier  DDX 118/80  21 Oct. 1777

Contents:
To a messuage, barn and other buildings with closes called the Clark Holme, the Well Bank, the Shot Bank, Hough Meadow and the Holme Bottom, all in Deadwenclough and called the Bridle Way (annual rent 1/2) surrendered for £265.17.0. to John Hargreaves of Lancaster, son and heir of Richard Hargreaves, and £244.3.0. to Oliver Ashworth

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of James Holland and John Hamer, both of Rochdale, gents  DDX 118/81  27 Jun. 1791

Contents:
Executors of Mary Wrigley, late of Langley, par. Middleton, spinster, deceased, to a messuage and tenement called Bridle Way and the dwelling houses belonging to it, with closes called the Clark Holme, the Well Bank, the Shot Bank, the Hough Meadow and the Holme Bottom, all in Deadwenclough (annual rent 1/2) surrendered for £200 by Samuel Haworth of Bridleway, clothier, subject to a deed of covenant bearing even date

Deed of Covenant  DDX 118/82  27 Jun. 1791

Contents:
(i) Samuel Haworth, and (ii) James Holland and John Hamer, all as above: S.H. to pay £200 + interest before 27 Dec. on which the parties in (ii) will surrender the property in DDX 118/81 to his use

Duplicate of DDX 118/82  DDX 118/83  1791

Inquisition on the death of Samuel Haworth, late of Bridleway, clothier, deceased  DDX 118/84  25 Oct. 1803

Contents:
Who died possessed of the property in DDX 118/81 above, and 4 dwelling houses, one barn and other buildings, with the closes thereto belonging, and the south part of a close called Rough, in Brex in the Forest of Rossendale (annual rent 3/2) Admittance of his son and heir, Samuel Haworth

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of John Holt of Loveclough in the Forest of Rossendale, gent  DDX 118/85  23 Oct. 1806

Contents:
To the property in DDX 118/81 mortgaged for £200 to James Holland and John Hamer, and 5/0 to John Hargreaves of Rawtenstall, shop-keeper, and Susan Haworth of Bridleway, widow

Inquisition on the death of Samuel Haworth  DDX 118/86  8 Apr. 1823

Contents:
Late of Bridleway within Deadwen Clough, yeoman and bachelor, deceased, who died possessed of a messuage and tenement called Bridleway with cottages and closes called the Clark Holme, the New Bank, the Shott Bank, the Hough Meadow and the Holme Bottom (annual rent 1/2), all in Deadwen Clough, and 4 dwelling houses, a barn and closes and the south part of a close called the Rough lying in Brex in Rossendale (annual rent 3/2d)
Admittance of Henry Haworth of Bridleway, yeoman, brother of S.H

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/87  15 Apr. 1834

Contents:
Of George Law of Newchurch, surgeon, Henry Hargreaves of Constable Holmes, yeoman, and Henry Cunliffe of Rake Bottom, yeoman, to the property in DDX 118/86 surrendered by Henry Haworth of Bridleway. G.L., H.H., and H.C., to hold on trust specified in Henry Haworth's will

Admittance of George Law  DDX 118/88  4 Oct. 1836

Contents:
Brother and heir of Henry Law, late of Newchurch, gent. deceased (who died before he could be admitted) to a messuage and tenement called Bridleway with closes called the Clark Holme, the Well Bank, the Shot Bank, the Hough Meadow and the Holme Bottom, except 3 dwelling houses and a bakehouse sold to Peter Ashworth and a plot of land and ground rent of £5.6.6. sold to John Tattersall, all in Deadwenclough surrendered for £200 to Richard Holt of Love Clough, gent., and £955 to George Law, Henry Hargreaves and Henry Cunliffe, trustees for sale under the will of Henry Haworth of Bridleway

Inquisition on the death of George Law  DDX 118/89  6 Oct. 1840

Contents:
Late of Newchurch, surgeon, deceased, who died possessed of a messuage and 3 cottages, a stable and a garden at Deadwen Clough (annual rent 2½d), a messuage and other buildings in Newchurch and a messuage at Walls in Rossendale with land in Deadwen Clough and Wolfenden (annual rent 1/11), a newly erected dwelling house in Deadwen Clough (annual rent 1d) a stable at Newchurch (annual rent ½d), 2 dwelling houses, a barn and closes called the Plantation Field (3r.) the Stone Pit Field (1ac.) the Long Field (3r.), and the Meadow (1ac. 1r. 20p.) all lately called Wood top, and in Newhallhey (annual rent 4/), 3 dwelling houses in Rawtenstall (annual rent 3d), an alehouse called the Wheat Sheaf in Rawtenstall, and the premises specified in DDX 118/88 above
Admittance of Edmund Lord, trustee under the will of George Law, late of Newchurch, surgeon, deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of John Hargreaves Law of Newchurch, gent  DDX 118/90  16 Apr. 1844

Contents:
Son of George Law, deceased the property specified in DDX 118/89 surrendered by Edmund Lord of Rough Lee, yeoman, trustee of the will of George Law

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of James Law of Eltofts, par. Thorner, co. York, esq  DDX 118/91  3 Oct. 1854

Contents:
To a messuage, barn and buildings in Walls in Rossendale, and land in Deadwen Clough and Rossendale, (annual rent 1/11), 2 dwelling houses, a barn and other buildings in New Hall Hey with closes called the Plantation Field (3r.), the Stone Pit Field (1ac.), the Long Field (3ac.) and the Meadow (1ac. 1r. 20 p.) all within New Hall Hey and latterly called Wood Top with 6 chief rents, and 9 chief rent from an estate called Bridleway, Clarke Holme Mill, engine house etc mortgaged for £3,500 by John Hargreaves Law of Newchurch, gent

Deed of Covenant  DDX 118/92  1854-1858

Contents:
(i) John Hargreaves Law and (ii) James Law. J.H.L. conveys steam engine, boiler and fixtures in the engine house to J.L. as further security for the mortgage, see DDX 118/91 above, J.H.L. to pay £3,500 before the 3 Apr. 1855. 3 Oct. 1854
Endorsement of further charge for securing £350 + interest. 15 Mar. 1858
Endorsement of assignment on the appointment of new trustees for James Law

Admittance in the court of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/93  18 Oct. 1864

Contents:
Of John Howarth of Smallbridge, near Rochdale, provision dealer, and John Travis of Thrum Hall, near Rochdale, gent. to the property in DDX 118/91 further to the will of James Law, late of Eltofts, near Leeds, co. York, esq. deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/94  21 Apr. 1868

Contents:
Of John Pilling Law of Eltofts, par. Thorner, co. York, Samuel Stott of Rochdale, both gents., and John Ivy Mais of Thorner, near Leeds, surgeon, newly appointed trustees under the will of James Law, deceased, to the property in DDX 118/91 surrendered by John Travis of Thrump Hall, gent

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of John Hargreaves Law of Higher House, Newchurch, gent  DDX 118/95  17 Oct. 1876

Contents:
To the property in DDX 118/91 surrendered for £3,850 by John Pilling Law, Samuel Stott and John Ivy Mais, all as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/96  14 Apr. 1883

Contents:
Of Margaret Law, widow of John Hargreaves Law, his sons John Hargreaves Law, and George William Law Schofield of Newhallhey, gent. to the property in DDX 118/91 further to the will of John Hargreaves Law

Lease for 999 yrs  DDX 118/97  30 Jan. 1888

Contents:
(i) John Hargreaves Law of Liverpool, gent., James Howorth Law of Newchurch, gent., George William Law Schofield of Newhallhey, Rawtenstall, esq., to (ii) George Henry Whitaker of Waterbarn near Stacksteads, woollen printer, and Richard Holt of Boothfold near Newchurch, carter, trustees of the Waterfoot Flower of the Flock Lodge a plot of land at Bridleway (120 sq. yds) formerly part of the Hough Meadow annual rent £2.2.6

Inquisition concerning the property of John Hargreaves Law  DDX 118/98  22 Oct 1889

Contents:
Who died possessed of the property specified in DDX 118/91 with the exception of Clarke Holme Mill and various portions of land specified in two schedules
Admittance of his sons John Hargreaves Law and James Howorth Law, and George William Law Schofield. Subject to trusts in the will of J.H.L

Appointment of Ann Munn  DDX 118/99  8 Nov. 1889

Contents:
Wife of Richard Whitaker Munn of Heath Hill, Stacksteads, esq., as trustee of the will of John Hargreaves Law, late of Higher House, Newchurch, gent. deceased, in place of James Howorth Law of Higher House, Newchurch, gent

PLANS  DDX 118/100  [n.d.]

Plan of land in Edgworth  DDX 118/100/1  12 Oct. 1832

Plan of land adjoining to Cockey Moor Chapel in the township of Ainsworth  DDX 118/100/2  1842

Plan of Edgworth Stone Delf  DDX 118/100/3  1 May, 1852

Plan of Burnley  DDX 118/100/4  1841

Plan showing the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway  DDX 118/100/5  n.d

Plan referred to in Lease from Holdens to Gas Company  DDX 118/100/6  n.d

Plan of a proposed shippon on the cattle market  DDX 118/100/7  n.d

Plan of land proposed to be sold to the Gas Company  DDX 118/100/8  5 Jan. 1863

Tracing of plan from the underlease from Messrs. Shaw, Booth and Mercer to the Haslingden Union Gas Company  DDX 118/100/9  29 Sep. 1882

Plan of Haslingden Union Gas Company's siding between Helmshore and Haslingden  DDX 118/100/10  29 Aug. 1896

The Haslingden Gas Company's proposed siding at Grane Road  DDX 118/100/11  25 Jun. 1901

Plan showing the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway at Haslingden  DDX 118/100/12  11 Oct. 1902

Admittances  DDX 118/101  [n.d.]

Contents:
Court copies of admittances in the manors in the Honour of Clitheroe qualifying solicitors and their clerks to take surrenders as customary tenants

Manor of Tottington  [no ref. or date]

Thomas Woodcock the elder, John Woodcock and Thomas Woodcock the son, all of Haslingden, gents  DDX 118/101/1  18 Oct. 1871

Solicitors clerks  DDX 118/101/2  23 Apr. 1879

Contents:
James Edward Wild, Robert Ann Clowes, Walter Vere Stallon, John Lane Pickles, Worsley Tomlinson, Walter Maxwell, Edward Waterman, William Blacklock, Thomas Whittaker and Edward Freeman, all of Haslingden, solicitors clerks

Solicitors clerks  DDX 118/101/3  19 Oct. 1887

Contents:
Sydney Rhodes, Henry Ashworth Smith, James Hindle, Bernard Clement Rhodes, John Emanuel Bunting, Walter Southerst, Samuel Grimshaw, Lewis Evans, Thomas Henry Hamer, Richard James Bryant, Walter Musgrove, George Henry Haworth, John George Little, Edward Anderton and Thomas Hargreaves Sutcliffe, all of Haslingden, solicitors clerks

Solicitors and clerks  DDX 118/101/4  1890

Contents:
Benjamin Thomas Westwell, John Lawrence Whitaker, Samuel Arthur Hibbert and Robert Kidd Whitaker, all of Haslingden, solicitors, Herbert Woodcock, William Ingham and George Ellison, all of Haslingden, solicitors clerks, Elizabeth Woodcock, wife of John Woodcock, Rachel Woodcock and Margaret King Woodcock, spinsters, daughters of J.W., Russel Forbes Carpenter, of Bent Terrace, Prestwich, gent., John Tertins Rhodes and Frederick Herbert Rhodes, both of Summerseat, gents, William King Wilkinson the younger, solicitor, and John William Bury, solicitors clerk, both of Blackburn, James Haworth, Richard Broughton, Richard Sharples, Thomas Cooper and Samuel Sandeman, all of Accrington, solicitors, John Alsop Petty and Edward Boutflower, both of Manchester, solicitors, James Broughton of Accrington, solicitors clerk, Henry Woodcock Ryland of Lincolns Inn Fields, London, gent, and John Fairbank of 18, George St., Hanover Square, London, surgeon dentist. 23 Apr. 1890

Solicitors and clerks  DDX 118/101/5  1896

Contents:
Richard William Bugler, Walter Stott, John Holden, Samuel Christopherson Coulton and David Rawlinson, all of Haslingden, solicitors clerks, Edward Shippey and William Arthur Jordan, both of 17, Cooper St., Manchester, solicitors, Herbert William Chell of Bury, solicitor, Edward Horatio Scholes of Bury, estate agent, Emmanuel Houghton Ellison of Ramsbottom, estate agents clerk, Samuel Woodcock the elder and Samuel Woodcock the younger, both of Bury, solicitors, and Frederic Arthur Woodcock of Bury, solicitors clerk. 22 Apr. 1896

Solicitors and clerks  DDX 118/101/6  1897

Contents:
John Woodcock and Elizabeth his wife, Herbert Woodcock, Sidney Rhodes and Benjamin Thomas Westwell, solicitors, John Lane Pickles, Walter Southerst, Samuel Grimshaw, Lewis Evans, Richard William Bugler, William Ingham, George Ellison, Edward Anderton, Walter Stott, John Holden, Samuel Christopherson Coulton and David Rawlinson, solicitors clerks, all of West View, Haslingden, Hannah Woodcock of Pleasant St., Haslingden, spinster, Russell Forbes Carpenter of West Hampstead, London, chief inspector of alkali works, and Mary Elton his wife, Rachael Woodcock of Oakley, Rawtenstall, spinster, Herbert Grimshaw Bell, Henry Ashworth Smith, John Emanuel Bunting, James Haworth, Richard Broughton, Albert Edward Britcliffe, Samuel Sandeman, Robert Kidd Whitaker, Richard Sharples, William Edmund Sharples and David Lewis Sprake of Accrington, solicitors, Thomas Edgar Rodgers of Burnley, solicitor, John Lawrence Whitaker of Haslingden, solicitor, John William Bury, solicitors clerk, Leonard King-Wilkinson and William King-Wilkinson the younger, solicitors, all of Blackburn and Robert Octavius Lupton of Accrington, solicitors clerk. 28 Apr. 1897

Solicitor and clerks  DDX 118/101/7  1899

Contents:
Edward Harrison, solicitor, and John William Ellis, solicitors clerk, both of Rawtenstall, and Stephen James Coales of Haslingden, solicitors clerk. 18 Oct. 1899

Solicitor and clerks  DDX 118/101/8  1903

Contents:
William Woodcock of Holcome, solicitor, Thomas Woodcock of Haslingden, articled clerk, John Forbes Woodcock of Haslingden, student, Henry Whittaker and Henry Whittaker, Junr., of Accrington, Ernest Nuttall and Frank Hindle of Haslingden, solicitors clerk. 21 Oct. 1903

Solicitors and clerks  DDX 118/101/9  1911

Contents:
Ida Mary Woodcock and Marian Woodcock, both of Pleasant St., Haslingden, spinsters, Walter Barnes, James Herbert Lister, George Walmsley, Harold Rothwell, Thomas Moore, Edward Dearden, Harold Fenton, Thomas Holt, Harry Howarth and Ernest Berry of Haslingden, solicitors clerks, George Tavin of Ramsbottom, solicitors clerk, and Arthur Cyril Hoey of St. Annes on the Sea, solicitors clerk. 25 Oct. 1911

Manor of Accrington Old Hold  [no ref. or date]

Names as in DDX 118/101/2 above  DDX 118/101/10  22 Apr. 1879

Names as in DDX 118/101/3 above  DDX 118/101/11  18 Oct. 1887

Solicitors and clerks  DDX 118/101/12  1889

Contents:
Peregrine Watson, John Matthew Watson and George Watson, all of Hey House within Ramsbottom, gents, and Herbert Woodcock, George Ellison, William Ingham and James Ormerod, all of Haslingden, solicitors clerk. 22 Oct. 1889

Solicitors and clerks  DDX 118/101/13  1896

Contents:
Richard William Bugler, Benjamin Thomas Westwell, Walter Stott, John Holden, Samuel Christopherson Coulton and David Rawlinson, all of Haslingden, solicitors clerks, Edward Shippey and William Arthur Jordan, both of 17, Cooper St., Manchester, solicitors, William Herbert Chell of Bury, solicitor, Samuel Woodcock and Samuel Woodcock the younger, both of Bury, solicitors, and Frederic Arthur Woodcock of Bury, solicitors clerk. 21 Apr. 1896

Edward Harrison of Rawtenstall, solicitor, and Stephen James Coales of Haslingden, solicitors clerk  DDX 118/101/14  26 Apr. 1898

Names as in DDX 118/101/8 above  DDX 118/101/15  20 Oct. 1903

Solicitors and clerks  DDX 118/101/16  1904

Contents:
Frank Woodcock, Darlington Court, Bath, gent., Ernest William Bunting, The Butts, Rochdale, solicitor, James Broughton, Accrington, solicitor, Ralph Grenville Tearle, Haslingden, and Thomas Waterworth, Preston, solicitors articled clerks, Henry Herbert Simpson and John Dawson both of Accrington, James Parkinson Hall, Haslingden, solicitors clerks, Oswald Crook Evans, Haslingden, solicitors articled clerk, John George Hodgkinson, Haslingden, solicitors clerk, William John Hawkes Ogden, Bacup, solicitors clerk, Tom Moore, St. Annes on the sea, solicitors clerk, Miriam wife of Sidney Rhodes, Haslingden, Ida Mary Woodcock, Haslingden, spinster, Marion Woodcock, Haslingden, spinster, Ann Clough, Haslingden, spinster. 19 Apr. 1904

Solicitors clerks  DDX 118/101/17  24 Oct. 1911

Contents:
Walter Barnes, James Herbert Lister, George Walmsley, Harold Rothwell, Thomas Moore, Edward Dearden. Harold Fenton, Thomas Holt, Harry Howarth and Ernest Berry of Haslingden, solicitors clerks, George Tavin of Ramsbottom, solicitors clerk, and Arthur Cyril Hoey of St. Annes on the Sea, solicitors clerk

Accrington New Hold  [no ref. or date]

Names as in DDX 118/101/2 above  DDX 118/101/18  22 Apr. 1879

Names as in DDX 118/101/3 above  DDX 118/101/19  18 Oct. 1887

Solicitors clerks  DDX 118/101/20  22 Oct. 1889

Contents:
Herbert Woodcock, George Ellison, William Ingham and James Ormerod, all of Haslingden, solicitors clerks, Henry Woodcock Ryland of Lincolns Inn Fields, London, Gent., John Fairbank of Hanover Square, London, Surgeon dentist, Elizabeth Woodcock, wife of John Woodcock of Haslingden, gent., Rachel Woodcock and Margaret King Woodcock, spinsters, daughters of J.W., and Russell Forbes Carpenter of Bent Terrace, Prestwich, gent

Names as in DDX 118/101/13 above  DDX 118/101/21  21 Apr. 1896

Names as in DDX 118/101/14 above  DDX 118/101/22  26 Apr. 1898

Names as in DDX 118/101/8 above  DDX 118/101/23  20 Oct. 1903

Names as in DDX 118/101/17 above  DDX 118/101/24  24 Oct. 1911

Colne  [no ref. or date]

Names as in DDX 118/101/6 above  DDX 118/101/25  1 Apr. 1897

Pendleton  [no ref. or date]

Names as in DDX 118/101/6 above  DDX 118/101/26  1 Apr. 1897

Slaidburn  [no ref. or date]

Names as in DDX 118/101/6 above  DDX 118/101/27  23 Apr. 1897

Ightenhill  [no ref. or date]

Names as in DDX 118/101/6 above  DDX 118/101/28  29 Apr. 1897

Trawden  [no ref. or date]

Names as in DDX 118/101/6 above  DDX 118/101/29  30 Apr. 1897

Pendle  [no ref. or date]

Names as in DDX 118/101/6 above  DDX 118/101/30  1 May, 1897

Apprenticeship Indentures  DDX 118/102  [n.d.]

John Scholes to Cester Beckut  DDX 118/102/1  4 Jun. 1821

Contents:
(Torn)

John Graham by his father Andrew Graham of Haslingden, grocer, to John Read of Haslingden, bookseller  DDX 118/102/2  1 Mar. 1823

John Croysdale by his father Edmund Croysdale of Quarlton, calico printer, to Robert Holt of Fletcherbank, par. Bury, tailor  DDX 118/102/3  6 Sep. 1824

Charles Holt by his guardians George Pickup and Henry Holden of Haslingden, gents., to Edmund Chetwind of Edenfield, Wheelwright  DDX 118/102/4  16 Jul. 1828

Andrew Dewhurst by his father James Dewhurst of Broadwood Edge, farmer, to Thomas Metcalf of Flaxmoss, cordwainer  DDX 118/102/5  21 Jun. 1828

Henry Walmesley by his father Thomas Walmesley of Rough Hill, farmer, to John Green of Haslingden, saddler  DDX 118/102/6  9 Aug. 1831

Robert Lindsey by his father John Lindsey of Haslingden, millwright, to George Howard of Haslingden, iron founder, millwright and general mechanic  DDX 118/102/7  27 Oct. 1837

George Bertwistle of Haslingden Grane, mason's labourer, to John Tomlinson of Cribdenside near Haslingden, stone mason  DDX 118/102/8  1 Dec. 1838

William Cockerill, by his mother Betty Cockerill of Higher Lane in Haslingden, widow, to John Tomlinson of Haslingden, stone mason  DDX 118/102/9  15 Jul. 1839

James Haworth by his father James Haworth the elder of Edenfield, carter, to John Tomlinson of Haslingden, stone mason  DDX 118/102/10  7 Sep. 1839

Richard Dixon by his father James Dixon of Accrington, block printer, to Robert Hurst of Ramsbottom, mill iron manufacturer  DDX 118/102/11  29 Mar. 1846

John Grindrod by his mother Rachel Grindrod of Nuttall, widow, to Robert Hurst of Ramsbottom, mill iron manufacturer  DDX 118/102/12  7 Apr. 1846

Henry Heap of Pleasant St., Haslingden, labourer, to John Tomlinson of Haslingden, stone mason  DDX 118/102/13  12 Feb. 1848

James Heys of Rawtenstall, labourer, to John Tomlinson of Haslingden, stone mason  DDX 118/102/14  22 Feb. 1851

John Butterworth, otherwise Riley, by his father Richard Butterworth of Crawshaw Booth, beer retailer  DDX 118/102/15  9 Oct. 1852

Contents:
To James Tomlinson of Cribden Side, Mark Tomlinson of Haslingden, Nathaniel Tomlinson, Cockerill Tomlinson and Henry Tomlinson, all of Cribden Side and William Tomlinson of Syke Side, stone masons and carpenters

John Troughton by his father James Troughton of Kirkby Stephen, co. Westmorland, wool stapler, to John Cunliffe of Haslingden, grocer and provision dealer  DDX 118/102/16  14 Jan. 1853

James Nightingale to William Walmesley, both of Shuttleworth, bleachers  DDX 118/102/17  12 May, 1854

Robert Taylor by his father Joseph Taylor of Shuttleworth, labourer, to William Walmsley of Shuttleworth, bleacher  DDX 118/102/18  12 May, 1854

John Haworth by his father John Haworth the elder of Hustead near Baxenden, labourer, to John Tomlinson of Haslingden, stone mason  DDX 118/102/19  6 Feb. 1855

Jesse Uttley, by his father Jesse Uttley the elder of Halifax, co. York, cotton spinner and grocer, to John Cunliffe of Haslingden, grocer and provision dealer  DDX 118/102/20  9 Apr. 1855

John King by his father Nathaniel King of Blackburn Road, Haslingden, shuttle maker, to John Lindsay of Laneside near Haslingden, iron founder  DDX 118/102/21  20 Nov. 1855

Whittaker Green by his father John Green of Haslingden saddler, to Lawrence Whitaker the elder, John Whitaker and Lawrence Whitaker the younger, cotton manufacturer  DDX 118/102/22  1 Jan. 1856

Contents:
All of Waterfoot near Haslingden

John Leach by his father Robert Leach of Haslingden, draper, to James Kenyon of Haslingden, tailor  DDX 118/102/23  11 Apr. 1859

John Walmsley by his father James Walmsley of Haslingden, yeoman, to William Borthwick of Haslingden, tailor  DDX 118/102/24  4 May, 1859

Patsy Lundy of Tower Hill in Haslingden, labourer, to George Birtwistle of Flax Moss, stone mason  DDX 118/102/25  8 Aug. 1860

Edward Lord by his father Richard Lord of Gregory Fold, farmer, to John Tomlinson and Hargreaves Tomlinson, both of Haslingden, stone masons  DDX 118/102/26  26 Aug. 1861

John William Whittaker, by his father John Whittaker of Haslingden, hatter, to Margaret Scott of Haslingden, letter press printer, book binder and machine ruler  DDX 118/102/27  19 May, 1862

John Nightingale by his father Edward Nightingale of Nuttall, wood steward, to Robert Wilson of Ramsbottom, clogger  DDX 118/102/28  22 Jul. 1862

John Peter Holden by his mother now Elizabeth Corker of Haslingden, to Lawrence Maxwell of Haslingden, house sign and ornamental painter  DDX 118/102/29  18 Oct. 1862

William Henry Haworth by his father Robert Haworth of Haslingden, shoe maker, to Henry Coupe of Haslingden, bread baker  DDX 118/102/30  17 Dec. 1863

William Henry Parkinson by his mother Susannah Parkinson of Pleasant St., Haslingden, to Henry Coupe of Haslingden, bread baker  DDX 118/102/31  7 Apr. 1864

James Cunningham by his father Michael Cunningham of King St., Haslingden, to William Bridge of Dearden Gate, Haslingden, plasterer and painter  DDX 118/102/32  7 May, 1864

James Nuttall by his father Charles Nuttall of Private Lane, Haslingden, labourer, to Samuel Chattwood of Edenfield, plasterer and painter  DDX 118/102/33  5 Aug. 1865

Bartholomew Darcy by his stepfather Henry Walker of Laneside, tailor, to Jonathan Aykroyd Donaldson of Haslingden, letterpress printer  DDX 118/102/34  14 Aug. 1865

Sarah Jane Mills by her mother Mary Mills of Newchurch, widow, to Mary Ann Whitaker of Haslingden, milliner and dressmaker  DDX 118/102/35  2 Oct. 1865

Jordan Heyworth son of Richard Heyworth of Coupe, quarryman, to James Maden of Stacksteads in Newchurch, clogger  DDX 118/102/36  15 Jun. 1866

Thomas Isherwood by his father Thomas Isherwood of Haslingden, labourer, to Richard Layfield of Haslingden, plumber, glazier and gas fitter  DDX 118/102/37  3 Jan. 1867

John Tomlinson, son of William Tomlinson of Haslingden, stone mason, to William Borthwick of Haslingden, tailor  DDX 118/102/38  24 Apr. 1867

Alexander Harp Dickenson by his father Miles Dickenson of Helmshore, Primitive Methodist Minister, to John Cunliffe of Haslingden, grocer and provision dealer  DDX 118/102/39  3 May, 1867

David Rostron by his father William Rostron of Ramsbottom, joiner, to Thomas Schofield of Ramsbottom, plumber and glazier  DDX 118/102/40  1 Aug. 1867

Thomas Barnes by his father Henry Barnes, innkeeper, New Black Dog Inn, Haslingden, to Lindsay Bros and Co., Carr Hall Foundry, Haslingden, engineers, millwrights and ironfounders  DDX 118/102/41  20 Mar. 1868

John Crook, by his stepfather Henry Walmsley of Marsden Square, Haslingden, grocer, to James Gardiner, also of Marsden Square, Haslingden, joiner and cabinetmaker  DDX 118/102/42  18 Sep. 1868

Thomas Darwen, by his father James Darwen of Edenfield, barber and hairdresser, to Henry Barlow of Edenfield, stone mason  DDX 118/102/43  15 Dec. 1868

Thomas Barnes. by his father Henry Barnes of Marsden Square, Haslingden, innkeeper, to Lindsay Bros and Co., millwrights and ironfounders  DDX 118/102/44  20 Nov. 1869

William Parkinson, by his father William Parkinson of Haslingden, cabinet-maker, to George Septimus Pyle of Haslingden, house, sign and ornamental painter  DDX 118/102/45  19 Dec. 1870

Thomas Warburton Barnes, by his father Thomas Barnes of Vine Cottage, Waterfoot, loom tackler, to George Whittaker of Marsden Square, Haslingden, house, sign and ornamental painter  DDX 118/102/46  24 Jun. 1871

William Birch Emmett. by his mother Elizabeth Pilkington of Gregory Fold, Helmshore, widow, to Samuel Chattwood of Edenfield, house, sign and ornamental painter  DDX 118/102/47  21 Aug. 1872

John Jennings, by his father Patrick Jennings of Shuttleworth, quarryman, to Richard Haslam of Bolton Street, Ramsbottom, joiner and cabinet-maker  DDX 118/102/48  6 Oct. 1873

Jesse Pomfret, son of Henry Pomfret of Ramsbottom, rag engineer, to Richard Haslam of Bolton Street, Ramsbottom, joiner and cabinet maker  DDX 118/102/49  7 Oct. 1873

Assignment of an apprenticeship indenture  DDX 118/102/50  Nov. 1874

Contents:
(i) Richard Haslam (ii) Henry Pomfret and Jesse Pomfret (iii) Henry Lees Sladin of Bolton St., ironmonger and cabinet maker (draft)

Samuel Westwell by his father Thomas Westwell of Ramsbottom, coal agent, to Thomas Schofield of Ramsbottom, plumber and glazier  DDX 118/102/51  4 Feb. 1875

William Sansome, by his father John Sansome of Highfield, Haslingden, gardener, to John Clarke Neill of Haslingden, letter press printer  DDX 118/102/52  17 May, 1875

Septimus Diggle, by his father Dennis Diggle of Bury Road, Haslingden, to Jonathan Aykroyd Donaldson of Haslingden, letter press printer  DDX 118/102/53  1 Mar. 1876

Robert John Curran, by his father, John Curran of Burnley, tailor, to John Clarke Neill of Haslingden, letter press printer  DDX 118/102/54  30 Mar. 1876

Thomas Butterworth, by his father William Butterworth of Rose Bank, Ramsbottom, coachman, to John Hillary of Ramsbottom, stone mason  DDX 118/102/55  8 May, 1876

Robert Hindle, by his mother Margaret Hindle of Ewood Bridge near Haslingden, to John Clarke Neill of Haslingden, letter press printer  DDX 118/102/56  25 Aug. 1880

William Thomas Shepherd, by his father Jonathan Shepherd of Haslingden, cotton weaver, to George Septimus Pyle of Haslingden, house, sign and ornamental painter  DDX 118/102/57  20 Dec. 1883

Harry Low, by his father James Low of 15, Hope Street, Haslingden, joiner, to John Clarke Neill of Haslingden, letter press printer  DDX 118/102/58  24 Aug. 1885

Edwin Wilcock, by his father James Parkinson Wilcock of Bury Road, Haslingden, book keeper, to John Clarke Neill of Dearden Gate, letter press printer  DDX 118/102/59  12 May, 1887

John Henry Haslam, by his father William Haslam of Irwell Vale near Edenfield, foreman mechanic, to John Clarke Neill of Deardengate, Haslingden, letter press printer  DDX 118/102/60  9 Jun. 1888

Harold Baldwin of Haslingden Old Road, Rawtenstall, to Benjamin Alexander Cordingley of Bank Street, Rawtenstall, plumber and glazier  DDX 118/102/61  19 Jun. 1894

Margaret Dale, by her father John Dale of Union House, Stubbins, near Ramsbottom, mill manager, to Thomas Hedley of Bridge Street, Ramsbottom  DDX 118/102/62  23 May, 1895

Peter Forrest Boardman, by his father Benjamin Boardman of Mayfield Cottages, Flaxmoss Road, Haslingden, farm bailiff, to John Clarke Neill of Deardengate, Haslingden, letter press printer  DDX 118/102/63  14 Jun. 1895

Thomas Edward Phethean, by his father Alfred Phethean of Haslingden, grocer, to George Septimus Pyle of Haslingden, house, sign and ornamental painter  DDX 118/102/64  28 Feb. 1898

James Gibbons, jun., by his father James Gibbons, sen. of Sunnyfield Farm, Haslingden, farmer, to Samuel Horrocks of 25, Deardengate, Haslingden, beef and pork butcher  DDX 118/102/65  18 Jul. 1898

Emmanuel Rothwell, by his father James Rothwell of 32, Peel Street, Haslingden, quarry foreman, to Samuel Horrocks, of 25, Deardengate, Haslingden, beef and pork butcher  DDX 118/102/66  15 May, 1899

Frank Barnes, by his mother Jane Barnes, of 4, Station Road, Haslingden, widow, to Lorenzo Ashton, Glover of 33 Dearden Gate, Haslingden, letter press printer  DDX 118/102/67  7 Dec. 1899

Related Papers  [no ref. or date]

Memorandum that if John Graham shall serve John Read faithfully for 5 years, then he shall cease to be an apprentice  DDX 118/102/68  1 Mar. 1823


Related information: See DDX 118/102/2

Receipt for James Ormerod's indenture  DDX 118/102/69  13 Aug. 1827

Receipt for Henry Clarke's and James Scott's indenture  DDX 118/102/70  22 Aug. 1835

Receipt for Mosses Barry's indenture  DDX 118/102/71  17 Apr. 1845

Request to Mr. Woodcock to give up the indenture made between John Roundell and John Lindsey  DDX 118/102/72  27 Dec. 1862

Receipt for £1.10.0 paid by Mr. Henry Coupe on the cancelling of indentures between him and William Henry Haworth  DDX 118/102/73  6 May, 1864

Letter from Mr. Falshaw in which he remits wages due to Mr. Robert Holden's son  DDX 118/102/74  18 Jun. 1864

Receipt for indenture between Mr. James Moorhouse Mr. John Wolstenholme and Mr. John Bradley  DDX 118/102/75  29 Feb. 1868

Receipt for indenture between John Leach of Park Place, Salford, railway porter, Albert Leach his son, and Henry Ackcroft of Haslingden, printer, bookbinder and stationer  DDX 118/102/76  2 Dec. 1868

Receipt for indenture made between John Booth of Haslingden architect and surveyor, Benjamin Holden of the Bay Horse Inn, Haslingden, innkeeper, and Henry Holden, his son  DDX 118/102/77  28 Nov. 1872

Bill from Woodcock & Sons to Mr. Richard Haslam  DDX 118/102/78  22 Aug. 1876

List of apprentices their terms and wages  DDX 118/102/79  13 Mar. 1889 - 26 Jun. 1891

Receipt for articles of clerkship from John Emanuel Bunting to John Woodcock  DDX 118/102/80  15 Jun. 1892

Receipt for indenture from James Henry Whittle to John Clarke Neill  DDX 118/102/81  30 Aug 1897

Parcel No. 6 Representatives of John Townsend (died 1909)  [no ref. or date]

Property at Wolfenden, Hugh Mill, Boothfold etc. before 1860  DDX 118/103  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington of James Ashworth of Hugh Milne  DDX 118/103/1  5 May, 1666

Contents:
To 2 messuages, lands and tenements in Wolfenden (annual rent 6/2½) surrendered for £160 by Lawrence Rawstorne of Newhall, esq

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington of Robert Ashworth of Hughmilne  DDX 118/103/2  6 May, 1685

Contents:
To closes called Swonyfield and the Rough in Wolfenden (annual rent 8½) surrendered by John Ashworth of Woodhouse Lane. J.A. to indemnify R.A. against all suits which may be brought against him by reason of a bond bearing the same date for the payment of £30 to Robert Ashworth of Whitewell Botham

Lease and release: for £49.10.0  DDX 118/103/3  1687

Contents:
(i) Edmund Ashworth of Fearnes in Wolfenden Booth, yeoman, to (ii) Roberte Ashworth of Hughmill in Spotland, yeoman, a messuage and tenement at Hughmill and closes called the Green Marled Earth, the Childerbroad, the Carr and part of the common called Hughmill pasture, all in Hughmill in the township of Spotland
Witn: John Wolfenden, John Ashworth and John Nuttall. 10/11 Jan. 1687

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of James Townsend, son of James Townsend of Loveclough, yeoman  DDX 118/103/4  5 May, 1696

Contents:
To 2 messuages and land in Newhallhey (annual rent £1.2.7) surrender for £200 by James Townsend, senior

Will of James Ashworth of Chamber in Wolfenden  DDX 118/103/5  21 Jul. 1702

Contents:
Half of a messuage and lands called Chamber to Henry Ashworth of Smallshaw in Wolfenden to be seised to the use of J.A's wife, Mary, for the term of her life, and on her death to the use of daughter Elizabeth
Exec: His wife, Mary Ashworth, and brother Henry Ashworth

Inventory of the goods and chattels of Robert Ashworth of Hughmill  DDX 118/103/6  11 Oct. 1709

Will of Robert Ashworth of Hughmillne in Spottland, yeoman  DDX 118/103/7  1709-1710

Contents:
5 messuages, 3 barns, other buildings with lands and tenements, and turbary upon the Codhill Mosse and part of the Ringfould, all in Wolfenden and Wolfenden Booth (annual rent 9/6), to use of Lawrence Lord of Greensnooke and John Hoyle of Boosegreave to stand seised of 1 messuage, 1 barn, other buildings called the Millner Barne and house with lands and tenements, and turbary upon the Codhill Mosse and part of the Meane Fould, all in Wolfenden Booth (annual rent 4/4) to use of second son John Ashworth on condition that he pays £15 to Martha Ashworth, daughter of R.A., and £10 to Henery Ashworth, R.A's youngest son; L.L. and J.H. to stand seised of 1 messuage, 1 barne, other buildings; lands and tenements in Wolfenden (annual rent 1/10) to use of Lawrence Ashworth on condition that L.A. pays £25 to H.A., L.L., and J.H., to stand seised of 1 messuage, 1 barn, other buildings and parcels of land and tenements with turbary on Codhill Mosse and part of the Ring Fould in Wolfenden Boothe (annual rent 3/-) to use of Richard Ashworth; L.L. and J.H. to stand seised of 2 messuages, 1 garden part of the turbary on Codhill Mosse and part of the Ring Fould in Wolfenden Boothe (annual rent 4d) to use of Henery Ashworth; 2 messuages, 3 barns, other buildings and closes called the Carr, the Househeads, Chillderbread, the 2 Green Marled Earths, the 2 Cowpe Marled Earths, the Medow twixt the Barnes, the Ley Butt, 2 gardens and part of the Ringfould, and part of Hughmillne pasture, all in Broadwood in Spotland, to James Ashworth, on condition that he pays £12 to daughter Susan, now wife of Simeon Lord, 10/- to grandson James Lord, and 5/- each to Ann, Elizabeth, Richard and John. 5 Aug. 1709
Probate granted 13 May, 1710

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington of John Ashworth  DDX 118/103/8  1716

Contents:
Son of Robert Ashworth of Hughmiln, deceased, to a messuage, garden and other buildings called Miller Barn and House with closes, and turbary on the Codhill Moss and part of the Meane Fould, all in Wolfenden Booth (annual rent 4/4) surrendered by James Ashworth, son and heir of R.A., Lawrence Lord of Greensnook and John Hoyle of Boosgreave, trustees of the will of R.A. 11 Apr. 1716

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington of Henry Ashworth  DDX 118/103/9  1719

Contents:
Son of Robert Ashworth, deceased, to 2 messuages, 1 garden, turbary on Codhill Mosse and part of the Ringfould, all in Boothfould (annual rent 4d) surrendered by Lawrence Lord of Greensnook and John Hoyle of Fallbarn, yeomen. 30 Apr. 1719

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington of Henry Ashworth  DDX 118/103/10  14 Oct. 1729

Contents:
To 3 bays of building with a cowhouse and a cottage, and closes called the Millerbarns part of the Miller Meadow, the Highest Holme, part of the Longholme, turbary on Codhill Mosse and part of the Ringfold at Millerbarn (annual rent 2/1) surrendered by John Ashworth of Miller Barn, yeoman

Will of George Ashworth of Oakenhead Wood  DDX 118/103/11  1735

Contents:
Bequests of money and personal property to specified relatives and friends. 6 May, 1735
Probate granted 5 Sep. 1735

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington of Elizabeth Wrigley of Langley, widow  DDX 118/103/12  1743

Contents:
To a messuage, other buildings and closes called the Wormstalholme, the Meadow Spot, the Calfe Hey, the Calfehey Banke, the Marled Earth, the Holme Bent, the Nook, the Cross-Marled Lands and the Further Rough Close upon Flax Moss, all at Wormstal Holme (annual rent 7/-), and 1 messuage, a barn called Ridde Barn, other barns and buildings and closes called the Grewt Ridds, the Straits, the Higher Oakwood, the Lower Oakwood, the Further Bent, the Rough Close, the Meadow, the Nearer Bent, the Rishy Marled Earth, the Midlemost Marled Earth, the Little Ridd with part of the common on Flax Moss, all in Haslingden (annual rent 7/-) mortgaged for £300 by Joshua Townend of Holme within Haslingden, yeoman. 5 May, 1743

Probate of the will of Henry Haworth, late of Horncliffe, par. Bury  DDX 118/103/13  1 Sep. 1752

Admittance of Henry Ashworth of Millerbarn  DDX 118/103/14  1754

Contents:
Yeoman, to 3 messuages, 2 barns and other buildings and several closes, all in Deanhead in Wolfenden (annual rent 2/-) mortgaged for £200 by James Ashworth of Croobarn in Wolfenden, yeoman. 18 Oct. 1754

Letters of administration  DDX 118/103/15  6 Nov. 1759

Contents:
To Martha, wife of Joshua Townend for the estate of Henry Ashworth, formerly of Wolfendenbooth, but late of Holm within Haslingden

Inquisition on the death of Henry Ashworth  DDX 118/103/16  18 Apr. 1760

Contents:
Late of Miller Barn, yeoman, deceased, who died possessed of 5 messuages, a barn and other buildings and closes called the Miller Bank, the Miller Meadow, the Higher Holme and the Long Holme, all at Miller Barn (annual rent 2/1) and also 8 cottages, a slaughter house and a garden with part of Codhill Moss and the Ringfold, all in Boothfold within Wolfenden Booth (annual rent 4d) Admittance of daughter Martha, wife of Joshua Townsend

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/103/17  28 Oct. 1762

Contents:
Of Joshua Townsend of Holme, par. Haslingden, gent., and James Piccop of Nockle Eaves in Rossendale, clothier, to a capital messuage at Hughmill Bridge, dwelling house, barns, other buildings and closes at Millerbarn and Boothfold (annual rent 5/2) surrendered by Richard Ashworth of Hughmill Bridge, yeoman, J.T. and J.P. to be seised to such uses as R.A. shall declare in his will

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington of Martha Townsend  DDX 118/103/18  6 May, 1763

Contents:
Wife of Joshua Townsend, to 2 dwelling houses, part of the Great House at Miller Barn in Wolfenden Booth (annual rent 1d) surrendered by Joshua Townsend and James Piccop, both as in DDX 118/103, further to the will of Richard Ashworth

Inquisition on the death of Richard Ramsbottom  DDX 118/103/19  25 Oct. 1768

Contents:
Late of Holt within Brindle, yeoman, who died possessed of 1 messuage, barn and other buildings and closes called the Meadow at Back of the House, the Langwood Field, the Langwood Meadow, the Holme Field, the Middlemost Wood, the Little Wood, the Little Meadow, the Higher Field and the New Meadow, all at Bent Yate within Haslingden (annual rent 3/-). Admittance of son Richard Ramsbottom of Holte within Brindle

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/103/20  18 Apr. 1780

Contents:
Of Richard Ashworth of Bridge End, yeoman, and Lawrence Brandwood of Holcome Hey Fold, yeoman, to all her copyhold messuages lying in the Boothfold and Miller Barn (annual rent 2/7) surrendered by Martha Townsend of Holme within Haslingden, widow. R.A. and L.B. to be seised to such uses as M.T. shall declare in her will

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of Thomas Grimshaw of Preston, gent  DDX 118/103/21  18 Oct. 1785

Contents:
To 1 messuage, 1 barn, 1 newly erected building and other buildings with closes called the Kenyon Meadow, the Holme Bent, the Marled Earth, the Banks, the Further Rough, the Calfe Croft, all at Holme, and commonly called Wormstall Holme (annual rent 2/3), and also a dwelling house, a barn, another barn called the Ridge Barn, other buildings and closes the Great Ridds, the Strait, the Higher Oak Wood, the Lower Oak Wood, the Bent, the Rough Close, the Meadow, the Nearer Bent, the Rushy Marled Earth, the Middlemost Marled Earth, the Little Ridd, and part of the common on Flax Moss, all in Haslingden, commonly called Bent Yate tenement (annual rent 7/1) mortgaged for £400 by Joshua Townsend of Holme, gent

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold, of Ellen Cobham of Liverpool, spinster  DDX 118/103/22  2 May, 1797

Contents:
To a messuage, 1 barn, 1 newly erected building and closes called the Saplins, the Nook, the Kenyon Meadow, the Back of the Wears, the Holme Bent, the Marled Earth, the Banks, the Purse, the Great Holme, the Further Rough, the Old Racher and the Calf Croft all at Holme and commonly called the Holme, and 9 dwelling houses, a fulling mill and carding engine, other buildings and closes called the Meadow at the Back of the House, the Langwood Field, the Langwood Meadow, the Holme Field, the Middlemost Wood, the Little Wood, the Little Meadow, the Higher Field, and the New Meadow, all at Bent Yate within Haslingden mortgaged for £500 by Henry Hargreaves of Newchurch, gent., executor of the Rev. John Holmes, late Rector of St. Mary White Chapel, co. Middlesex, and administrator of the goods of Alice Holmes late of Clough End, widow, deceased, by the direction of Joshua Townsend of Holme, gent

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Joshua Townsend of Holme, gent  DDX 118/103/23  23 Oct. 1798

Contents:
To 3 dwelling houses, buildings and lands at Lower Miller Barn (annual rent 3d) surrendered for £78.15.0 by David Hoyle of Tenter Heads within Spotland, woollen weaver, and Mary his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Joshua Townsend of Holme, yeoman  DDX 118/103/24  20 Oct. 1807

Contents:
To all the copyhold lands which formerly belonged to Martha Townsend, deceased, in Booth Fold and Miller Barn surrendered by Richard Ashworth of Bridge End, yeoman, further to the will of Martha Townsend

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of Joshua Townsend of Holme, gent  DDX 118/103/25  8 May, 1817

Contents:
To a plot of land, part of a close called the Holme (225 sq. yds) annual rent ½d surrendered by John Rogers of Davy Hulme, gent., executor of Elizabeth Stubbs, late of Manchester, widow, deceased, who was the mortgagee of property mortgaged by John Brandwood of Holcome Hey Fold

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of Joshua Townsend of the Holme within Haslingden, gent  DDX 118/103/26  20 Apr. 1820

Contents:
To 3 closes called the Holme, the Meadow below the Road (6 ac. 1 r. 18 p) part of an estate called Cloughs in Horncliffe, annual rent 2/4) surrendered by £335 by George Haldimand, William Haldimand and Charles Morris, all of the City of London, merchants

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Tottington on the death of Joshua Townsend  DDX 118/103/27  12 Oct. 1829

Contents:
As in DDX 118/103/26, who died possessed of 2 closes in Edenfield called the Purse and the Old Racher, 3 closes at Horncliffe, part of the Clough estate
Admittance of John Townsend and Richard Townsend, sons of J.T. to hold as tenants in common

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold on the death of Joshua Townsend  DDX 118/103/28  1829

Contents:
As in DDX 118/103/26 above, who died possessed of 1 messuage, 1 barn, buildings, a garden and closes called the Meadow at the Back of the House, the Longwood Field, the Longwood Meadow, the Holme Field, the Middlemost Wood, the Little Wood, the Little Meadow, the Higher Field and the New Meadow, all at Bentyate, (annual rent 3/-), also 1 dwelling house, a barn called the Ridge Barn, another barn and buildings with closes called the Great Ridds, the Strait, the Higher Oak Wood, the Lower Oak Wood, the Bent, the Rough Close, the Meadow, the Nearer Bent, the Rushy Marl'd Earth, the Middlemost Marl'd Earth, the Little Ridd with part of the common on the Flax Moss (annual rent 7/1) all in Haslingden and commonly called the Bentyate Tenement
Admittance of John and Richard Townsend, as in DDX 118/103/27, to hold as tenants in common. 13 Oct. 1829

Deed of Covenants  DDX 118/103/29  13 Aug. 1832

Contents:
(i) John Brandwood of Holcome, yeoman, (ii) Alexander Haliburton of Wigan, esq., (iii) John Townsend and Richard Townsend, both of Holcome, woollen manufacturers: (i) and (ii) to surrender specified properties in the manor of Tottington to the use of (iii) on payment of £780

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/103/30  18 Oct. 1832

Contents:
Of John Townsend and Richard Townsend, both as DDX 118/103/27 to 3 dwelling houses called Coups and closes called the Meadow, the Holmes, the Bank and the Shruggs (6 ac.) and a fulling mill (subject to a lease to Mary Brandwood, spinster, for 999 years of 625 sq. yds of land, annual rent £2.12.1.) surrendered for £780 by Alexander Haliburton and John Brandwood, both as in DDX 118/103/29

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/103/31  5 Oct. 1836

Contents:
Of John Townsend and Richard Townsend as in DDX 118/103/27 to 3 closes called the Coop Bank Field and the Higher Field (in 2 parts), part of an estate called Coops in Tottington Higher End, annual rent 2/6 surrendered by Richard Bullough of Farnworth, shop keeper, and Rachel widow of John Bullough, for £202.10.0 and John Kay of Bury, gent., for £402.10.0

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/103/32  5 Oct. 1836

Contents:
Of John Townsend and Richard Townsend, as above, to a dwelling house, other buildings, and closes called the Croft, the Great Meadow and Garden, the Holme (in 2 parts) and River and the Little Meadow, part of an estate called Coops in Tottington, annual rent 2/8 surrendered by Richard Bullough and Rachel Bullough and John Kay, as above for £600, at the direction of John Parkinson of Ewood Bridge, cotton manufacturer, John Kay of Baldingstone, innkeeper, Lawrence Elton of Edenfield, gent., and Ann Wood, Thomas Wood and Mary his wife of Manchester

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/103/33  13 Apr. 1858

Contents:
Of Richard Townsend of Holme, gent., Joshua Townsend and John Townsend, both of Townsend Fold, cotton spinners, and Richard Townsend of Flax Moss, woollen manufacturer, to a triangular plot of land formerly part of a close called the Lower Meadow in New Hall Hey, bounded on one side by the Burnley to Edenfield Turnpike Road; and also another triangular plot of land on the opposite side of the turnpike road (altogether 31 p.) annual rent 2d surrendered by Henry Hoyle of New Hall Hey, gent., for £24 paid by R.T. of Holme who is to have 1 undivided moiety, and for £24 paid by John T. Joshua T. and R.T. of Flax Moss, who are to have the other undivided moiety

Horncliffe Wood Farm, before 1860  DDX 118/104  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of John Haworth  DDX 118/104/1  16 May, 1690

Contents:
Son and heir of John Haworth of Horncliffe, to a close (7 ac.) at Hornecliffe and a close called the Warth (1 ac.) at Ashenbotam surrendered by Joshua Nuttall of Newhallhey, gent

Deed of partition  DDX 118/104/2  19 Feb. 1727/8

Contents:
Richard Kaye of Widhall, gent., (on behalf of Roger Kaye, Rector of Fittleton, co. Wilts) and John Howarth of Norncliffe, yeoman, Roger K. to have the moiety of a close of land at Warth, being the north part from Horncliffe Wood to the River Irwell, and J.H. to have the south part from Horncliffe Wood to the River Irwell

Receipt of John Ashworth for £10  DDX 118/104/3  1 Feb. 1745/6

Contents:
Received from Richard Haworth of Horncliffe under the terms of the will of John Haworth late of Horncliffe, yeoman

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of Richard Haworth  DDX 118/104/4  13 Oct. 1750

Contents:
As in DDX 118/104/3 to 1 messuage, barn and other buildings, with closes called the Carr, the Hagg Meadow, the Ormerod Meadow, the Ormerod Wood, the Long Field, the Black Pit Field, the Acre, the Warth and the Watershed and a right of way through Horncliffe, a horse gate and ½ day digging of turves upon Dearden Moor (annual rent 5/-) surrendered by John Townsend of Newhallhey, feoffee in trust of will of John Haworth, late of Horncliffe, yeoman, deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/104/5  28 Oct. 1767

Contents:
Of George Hargreaves the younger of Edge near Chapplehill and Giles Hoyle of Rocliffe Wood, to the property specified in DDX 118/104/4 above surrendered by Richard Haworth of Horncliffe Wood. George Hargreaves and Giles Hoyle are to be seised to uses to be declared in R.H's will

Will of Richard Haworth of Horncliffe Wood  DDX 118/104/6  1767-1777

Contents:
Property in Horncliffe Wood and Ashenbottom to son Richard when he attains his majority: if R. should die before then, property to go to daughter Mary: £120 to Mary
Exec: Henry Ashworth of Hall Carr
31 Jul. 1767
Probate granted 12 Jun. 1777

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of James Duckworth of Parkhouse, yeoman  DDX 118/104/7  14 May, 1778

Contents:
To closes called the Meadow Holme, the Black Pitt Field, the Ormerod Meadow and the Long Holme, all in Horncliffe Wood and Ashenbottom (annual rent 6d) surrendered for £100 paid by Lawrence Duckworth of Parkhouse, by Richard Haworth of Horncliffe Wood. J.D. to be seised for the raising and paying to Alice, wife of R.H, an annuity of £10

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of Mary Haworth of Horncliffe, spinster  DDX 118/104/8  22 Oct. 1783

Contents:
To the property specified in DDX 118/104/4 above, with the Calf Croft (annual rent 5/-) surrendered for £450 by Richard Haworth, as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of Mary Haworth  DDX 118/104/9  17 Oct. 1787

Contents:
As in DDX 118/104/8, to closes called the Meadow Holme, the Black Pit Field, the Ormerod Meadow and the Long Holme, all in Horncliff Wood and Ashenbottom (annual rent 6d) surrendered for £80 by Alice Haworth, widow of Richard Haworth, and for 5/- by James Duckworth, late of Park House, now of Edenfield, yeoman

Quitclaim: for £80  DDX 118/104/10  13 Feb. 1788

Contents:
(i) Alice Rothwell of Haslingden, widow of Richard Howarth, late of Horncliffe Wood, and now the wife of Thomas Rothwell of Haslingden, John Rothwell her husband and Lawrence Duckworth, her father, to (ii) Mary Howarth, as in DDX 118/104/8 all claim to an estate called Horncliffe Wood

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of William Cockshott of Bolton-le-Moors, cotton manufacturer  DDX 118/104/11  21 Oct. 1795

Contents:
To a messuage, barn and other buildings, and closes called the Carr, the Hagg Meadow, the Ormerod Meadow, the Calf Croft, the Ormerod Wood, the Long Field, the Blackpit Field and the Acre and a way through Horncliffe to the same, altogether 13 ac. in Horncliffe and Ashenbottom (annual rent 4/8) surrendered by Joshua Townsend of Holme, gent., and Mary his wife, in consideration of a lease of 1 Apr. 1795

Assignment of a lease for 52 years: for £145  DDX 118/104/12  22 May, 1800

Contents:
(i) Richard Ainsworth of Halliwell, bleacher, Thomas Green of Manchester, cotton manufacturer and John Grime, bookkeeper, (ii) James Rostrom of Oakham, (iii) Joshua Townsend of Holm within Haslingden, gent. property specified in DDX 118/104/11 Recites lease dated 1 Apr. 1795

Will of Isabel Haworth of Holme  DDX 118/104/13  1796

Contents:
Bequeaths various sums of money to specified relatives
Exec: Joshua Townshend of Holme and Richard Whittaker
27 Jun. 1796
Probate granted 5 Oct. 1803

Copy of DDX 118/104/13  DDX 118/104/14  1796

Will of Mary Townsend of Horncliffe Wood, widow  DDX 118/104/15  10 Apr. 1835

Contents:
Bequests of personal estate to daughter Isabella: estate at Horncliffe Wood and elsewhere to son Richard Townsend, charged with an annuity of £25 to daughter Isabella

Grant  DDX 118/104/16  25 Jun. 1835

Contents:
Mary Townsend, widow to Isabella Townsend, spinster, both of Horncliffe Wood a rent charge of £30 annually from property at Horncliffe Wood

Lease and release  DDX 118/104/17  25,26 Jun. 1835

Contents:
(i) Mary Townsend (ii) Isabella Townsend, both as in DDX 118/104/16, (iii) Richard Townsend of Holme, son of M.T. (iv) John Townsend of Holme, flannel manufacturer a close called the Meadow Holme (1½ ac.) at Horncliffe Wood subject to the rent charge in DDX 118/104/16 above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of Richard Townsend  DDX 118/104/18  26 Jun. 1835

Contents:
As in DDX 118/104/17, to specified property in Horncliffe Wood surrendered by Mary Townsend, as above, subject to the rent charge in DDX 118/104/16 above

Property at Lower Clowes before 1860  DDX 118/105  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of John Priestley of Tottington Higher End, whitster  DDX 118/105/1  2 May, 1827

Contents:
To part of a close called the Hollow Field, being part of the Cloughs Estate in Tottington Higher End, a cotton mill and reservoir and another plot of land in the Hollow Field surrendered by Robert Priestley and Betty, his wife, and Christopher Priestley and Alice his wife, all of Tottington Higher End

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of John Priestley of Tottington Higher End, cotton spinner  DDX 118/105/2  5 Oct. 1836

Contents:
To a close called the Old Meadow and part of the Hollow Field, being part of an estate called the Cloughs and specified right of way surrendered for £200 by Robert Priestley, whitster and Betty his wife, and John Priestley, whitster, all of Tottington Higher End

Will of John Priestley of Lower Clowes Mill in Tottington Higher End, yeoman  DDX 118/105/3  1855

Contents:
Bequests of personal estate to daughter Susannah: residue of personal and real estate to Joseph Parker of Blackburn, grocer, Alice Jackson of Edenfield, widow, and Thomas James Parker of Blackburn, grocer, on various specified trusts. (Copy). 13 Dec. 1855
Probate granted 5 Sep. 1856

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/105/4  1 Aug. 1857

Contents:
Of Joseph Parker of Blackburn, grocer, Alice Jackson of Edenfield, widow, and James Parker of Blackburn, grocer, to the property in DDX 118/105/1 and 2 further to the will of John Priestley, late of Clows Mill in Tottington Higher End, yeoman, deceased

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/105/5  15 Aug. 1857

Contents:
(i) James Priestley of Nuttall Lane within Tottington, stone dealer, (ii) Thomas Partington of Whittle, par. Bury, farmer: J.P. to surrender certain specified properties at Lower Clowes in Tottington Higher End to secure £200 and interest. Recites previous deeds and will of John Priestley

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of Thomas Partington  DDX 118/105/6  14 Oct. 1857

Contents:
As in DDX 118/105/5, to the property specified in DDX 118/105/5 above mortgaged for £200 and interest by James Priestley as in DDX 118/105/5

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/105/7  5 Feb. 1858

Contents:
(i) James Priestley to (ii) Thomas Partington, both as above: for securing a further sum of £30 and further advances not exceeding £100 (including the said £30)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of Thomas Partington  DDX 118/105/8  14 Apr. 1858

Contents:
As in DDX 118/105/7, to specified property at Lower Clowes mortgaged for £30 by James Priestley, as in DDX 118/105/7

Wolfenden, Horncliffe Wood Farm, Lower Clowes, etc  DDX 118/106  [n.d.]

Contents:
Documents dealing with the properties specified in Sections - DDX 118/103-105 and other miscellaneous properties in Haslingden and Rawtenstall after 1860

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/106/1  1860

Contents:
On the death of Richard Townsend of Holme, woollen manufacturer, who, together with his brother, John Townsend, was possessed of specified property at Bentyate (DDX 118/101/28), closes called the Higher Acre, the Lower Acre, the Half Acre, the Great Field, the Bent and the Moss, all at Syke Side near Haslingden, and specified property at Holme (DDX 118/101/22)
Admittance of son Richard Townsend to an undivided moiety. 24 Apr. 1860

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/106/2  1860

Contents:
On the death of Richard Townsend, as DDX 118/106/1, who, together with his brother, John Townsend, was possessed of specified property at Miller Barn and Boothfold in Wolfenden Booth, a tenement called Long Wood in the Forest of Rossendale, specified property in Oakenhead Wood, Newhallhey, Boothfold, Rawtenstall and Pike Low within Oakenhead Wood, 2 sittings in a pew in Haslingden Church, and specified property in Newhallhey (DDX 118/100/33)
Admittance of son Richard Townsend to an undivided moiety. 24 Apr. 1860

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/106/3  1860

Contents:
On the death of Richard Townsend, who, together with his brother John Townsend, was possessed of specified property in Edenfield DDX 118/100/27 and 30). Horncliffe and Ashenbottom (DDX 118/101/18), an estate called Coops (DDX 118/100/31 and 32) 3 houses at Brown Isle Bottom in Tottington and a mill and specified premises at Lower Clowes
Admittance of son Richard Townsend to an undivided moiety. 25 Apr. 1860

Deed of partition: for £8,275  DDX 118/106/4  1863

Contents:
To (iii) £500 to (ii) £200 to Joshua T paid by (i): (i)Richard Townsend, formerly of Holme, but now of Newfield House within Haslingden, gent., (ii) Mary Townsend, late of Holme, now of Great Hey near Edenfield, widow of Richard Townsend, late of Holme, gent. deceased. (iii) Joshua Townsend of Holme, cotton spinner, John Townsend of Brookfield House, Townsend Fold, gent., and Richard Townsend of Gregory Fold within Haslingden, cotton spinner. For dividing the property which their fathers, Richard and John Townsend held as tenants in common in the manors of Accrington Old Hold, Accrington New Hold and Tottington
Schedules and plans of the property to be divided. 13 Oct. 1863

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of Richard Townsend of Newfield House  DDX 118/106/5  1863

Contents:
To an undivided moiety of Bent Gate Farm and land (46 ac. 1 r. 34 p.) annual rent 7/4d, Holme Wood or Ellerback's Farm in Haslingden and land (26 ac. 1 r. 21 p.) annual rent 5/4d, a close called Sally Meadow at Townsend Fold, a plot of land called the Saplings surrendered by Mary Townsend, Joshua Townsend, John Townsend and Richard Townsend of Gregory Fold, as in DDX 118/106/4. 13 Oct. 1863

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of Richard Townsend of Newfield House  DDX 118/106/6  1863

Contents:
To an undivided moiety of Sally Haworth's Farm at Townsend Fold, and land (15 ac. 3r. 1 p.) annual rent 11/2, 16 dwelling houses at Miller Barn and 2 closes (4 ac. 2r. 35p.) annual rent 2/1, 5 dwelling houses at Water Barn, annual rent ½d for the residue of a term of 999 years surrendered by Mary Townsend, Joshua Townsend, John Townsend and Richard Townsend of Gregory Fold, as in DDX 118/106/5. 18 Oct. 1863

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington of Richard Townsend of Newfield House  DDX 118/106/7  1863

Contents:
To an undivided moiety of Leache's or Coop's Farm in Horncliffe Wood and land (11 ac. 3p.) annual rent 2/3, Haslam's Farm and 2 cottages, 1 cotton mill called Holme Mill, a cotton mill at Townsend Fold and the reservoirs on each side of the Burnley and Edenfield Turnpike Road surrendered by Mary Townsend, Joshua Townsend, John Townsend and Richard Townsend of Gregory Fold, as in DDX 118/106/5. 14 Oct. 1863

Release: for £3000  DDX 118/106/8  1866

Contents:
(i) Mary Townsend of Great Hey near Edenfield, widow, to (ii) Richard Townsend of Newfield House, gent., all manner of dower in the lands of which her husband, the late Richard Townsend of Holme, gent., was possessed 6 Jul. 1866

Deed of enfranchisement: for £79  DDX 118/106/9  1866

Contents:
(i) The Most Noble Walter Francis, Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry, Lord of the Manor of Accrington Old Hold (ii) The Right Hon. Charles, Earl of Romney and Robert Rutland Newman of Carey Street, co. Middlesex, gent. (iii) Richard Townsend, as above the property in DDX 118/106/5 above reservation of mineral rights. 25 Aug. 1866

Deed of enfranchisement: for £59  DDX 118/106/10  1866

Contents:
(i) (ii) and (iii) as in DDX 118/106/9 the property in DDX 118/106/6 above reservation of mineral rights. 25 Aug. 1866

Deed of enfranchisement: for £310  DDX 118/106/11  1866

Contents:
(i) (ii) and (iii) as in DDX 118/106/9 the property DDX 118/106/7 above reservation of mineral rights. 25 Aug. 1866

Grant  DDX 118/106/12  1867

Contents:
(i) Joshua Townsend of Holme, cotton spinner, John Townsend of Brookfield House, gent., Richard Townsend of Gregory Fold, cotton spinner, to (ii) Richard Townsend of Newfield House, gent powers of distress and entry over certain specified properties to indemnify (ii) against certain annuities specified in the will of John Townsend, late of Townsend Fold, gent. deceased. 18 Feb. 1867

Covenant to produce title deeds  DDX 118/106/13  1867

Contents:
(i) and (ii) as in DDX 118/106/12. Schedule of documents. 18 Feb. 1867

Mortgage: for £10,000  DDX 118/106/14  1867

Contents:
(i) Richard Townsend of Newfield House, gent., and Sarah his wife, to (ii) Garnett Braithwaite of Plumtree Hall, par. Heversham, co. Westmorland, esq., specified property at Spotland, Haslingden, New Hall Hey, Horncliffe Wood and Miller Barn, and leasehold premises in the manor of Accrington New Hold subject to annuities chargeable under the will of John Townsend of Townsend Fold, gent., deceased. 26 Feb. 1867

Mortgage: for £13,000  DDX 118/106/15  1867

Contents:
(i) Richard Townsend, as in DDX 118/106/14 (ii) Mary Townsend of Great Hey, widow, (iii) John Townsend of Brookfield House, gent., Joshua Townsend and John Townsend both of Great Hey, gents property specified in schedule and plans (including the property in DDX 118/106/14 above) subject to an annuity of £300 payable to (ii) who releases her right to dower in the property. 1 Mar. 1867

Mortgage: for £1,250  DDX 118/106/16  1868

Contents:
(i) Richard Townsend, as in DDX 118/106/14 (ii) Joshua Townsend and John Townsend, both of Great Hey, gents. (iii) Richard Haworth of Holme, cotton spinner specified property mortgaged in DDX 118/106/15 above subject to the previous mortgages. 22 Aug. 1868

Demise: for 1,000 yrs  DDX 118/106/17  1868-1869

Contents:
(i) Richard Townsend, as in DDX 118/106/14 and Sarah Townsend, his wife, (ii) John Townsend of Brookfield House, gent, and Mary Ann Townsend his wife, and Joshua Townsend, late of the Holme, but now of Great Hey, gent. (iii) Alice Townsend, spinster, and John Townsend, gent, both of Great Hey (iv) John T. of Great Hey (v) Sarah Jane Townsend of Great Hey, spinster, and John T. of Great Hey (vi) Thomas Henry Townsend of Great Hey aged 18 yrs, and John T. of Great Hey (vii) Joshua T. and John T. of Great Hey specified property mortgaged in DDX 118/106/15 above to Joshua T. and John T. as a security for certain annuities. Subject to previous mortgages. 30 Sep. 1868
Endorsement of a release by Richard Townsend, as above, to Joshua Townsend and John Townsend, both of Great Hey of specified property on trust to pay off R.T's creditors and to secure specified annuities. 28 Jan. 1869

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/106/18  1871

Contents:
Of Amos Frith, formerly of Horncliffe Wood, now of Townsend Fold, joiner, to a plot of land, part of an estate called Calf Cote near Townsend Fold (1,218 sq.yds) together with a joiners shop erected on it for a term of 999 yrs, annual rent £8, surrendered by Joshua Townsend of the Holme cotton manufacturer, John Townsend of Townsend Fold, gent., and Richard Townsend of Flaxmoss, manufacturer. 18 Apr. 1871

Lease: for 999 yrs  DDX 118/106/19  1871

Contents:
(i) Joshua T. John T., and Richard T., as DDX 118/106/18, (ii) Amos Frith as in DDX 118/106/18 property as in DDX 118/106/18 18 Apr. 1871

Duplicate of DDX 118/106/19  DDX 118/106/20  [n.d.]

Particulars and plans of freehold estates in Haslingden, Tottington Higher End, New Hall Hey, Newchurch and Spotland to be sold by auction  DDX 118/106/21  4 Dec. 1873

Lease: for 10½ yrs  DDX 118/106/22  24 Feb. 1874

Contents:
(i) Richard Townsend of Woodhey, Rock Ferry, co. Chester, gent., (ii) Joshua Townsend and John Townsend, both of Fairfield, gents. (trustees appointed in DDX 118/106/17 above) (iii) Richard Siddall of Waterfoot, stone merchant Top o'th Height farm in Spotland and a dwelling house annual rent £40

Assignment of mortgage: for £11,049.14s.5d  DDX 118/106/23  1874

Contents:
3 percent bank annuities (i) Garnett Braithwaite of Heyning nr. Kendal, co. Westmorland, (ii) John Townsend of Brookfield House, Joshua Townsend and John Townsend of Fairfield, as above (iii) Richard Townsend as above the property mortgaged in DDX 118/106/14 above subject to previous mortgages. 26 Feb. 1874

Lease for 8 yrs  DDX 118/106/24  13 Mar. 1874

Contents:
(i) (ii) (iii) as in DDX 118/106/22 above seams of stone lying beneath a plot of land in Top o'th Height farm (4000 sq. yds) annual rent £150

Lease: for 999 yrs  DDX 118/106/25  1 May, 1874

Contents:
(i) Richard Townsend as in DDX 118/106/22 (ii) Kenyon Barnes of Clowes near Rawtenstall parcel of land at Clowes, part of the Lower Clowes Estate (1,255½ sq. yds) annual rent £9.11.9

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/106/26  5 Jul. 1877

Contents:
Of William Frith and John Frith of Townsend Fold to a plot of land, part of an estate called Calf Cote near Townsend Fold with a joiners shop and 6 dwelling houses further to the will of Amos Frith, deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of John Townsend of Brookfield House, gent  DDX 118/106/27  16 Oct. 1877

Contents:
To the property in DDX 118/106/26 surrendered for £156 by William Frith and John Frith

Lease: for 3 yrs  DDX 118/106/28  3 Jul. 1880

Contents:
(i) Richard Townsend of Wood Hey, Rock Ferry, co. Chester, gent., (ii) Joshua Townsend and John Townsend both of Fairfield, gents (iii) James Walton of Horncliffe, stone dealer a tramway and siding at Coupe near Horncliffe annual rent 1/- for every waggon of stone or other mineral conveyed from the sidings, the rent not to be less than £150 per annum

Lease: for 7 yrs  DDX 118/106/29  30 Nov. 1885

Contents:
(i) John Townsend of Brookfield House, gent, Joshua Townsend of 21 Upper Duke St. Liverpool, and John Townsend of Spring Side Summerseat, gents, (iii) Joshua T. and John T. of Spring Side (iii) Richard Walton of Hawthorne House, Edenfield, James Frederick Walton of Fairfield House and Edwin Walton of Eden Banks, Edenfield, stone dealers Leach's or Coop's Farm at Horncliffe, the sidings and tramway excepted annual rent £35

Lease: for 7 yrs  DDX 118/106/30  30 Nov. 1885

Contents:
(i) (ii) (iii) as in DDX 118/106/29 above the tramway and sidings in Coop's or Leach's farm at Horncliffe annual rent £200

Transfer of mortgage: for securing £2,250  DDX 118/106/31  7 Nov. 1887

Contents:
(i) Charles Haworth of Eppendorf, Crumpsall, gent (ii) George Hardman of Ewood Hall, Ewood Bridge, gent., Henry Greenwood of Highfield, Haslingden, cotton manufacturer and George Openshaw of Linton Cottage, Wetherby, co. Yorks, gent property mortgaged in DDX 118/106/16 above subject to previous mortgages

Lease: for 21 yrs  DDX 118/106/32  1887-1906

Contents:
(i) John Townsend of Brookfield House, (ii) John William Mitchell of Constablee, waste bleacher, part of a cotton mill called Holme Mill at Holme near Rawtenstall annual rent £227. 12 Nov. 1887
Endorsement of a lease for a further term of 7 yrs to commence 1 Jan. 1909. 30 Nov. 1901
Endorsement of agreement as to exchange of steam engines. 4 Dec. 1906

Counterpart of DDX 118/106/32  DDX 118/106/33  1887

Copy of DDX 118/106/32  DDX 118/106/34  1887

Conveyance: for £13,000  DDX 118/106/35  12 Dec. 1887

Contents:
To (ii) £1,125 to (iii): (i) Joshua Townsend and John Townsend of Spring Side, as in DDX 118/106/29 (ii) John Townsend of Brookfield House, Joshua T. and John T. (iii) George Hardman, Henry Greenwood and George Openshaw, all as in DDX 118/106/31 above (iv) John T. of Brookfield House specified property in various townships a moiety of which is subject to certain annuities specified in the will of John Townsend of Townsend Fold, gent, deceased. Covenant to surrender leasehold property at Waterbarn

Mortgage: for £9,200  DDX 118/106/36  14 Dec. 1887

Contents:
(i) John Townsend of Brookfield House, (ii) Joshua Townsend and John Townsend of Spring Side specified property in Spotland, Bent Gate, Townsend Fold, Holme, Miller Barn, Horncliffe Wood and Ashenbottom and leasehold property at Waterbarn

Mortgage: for £3,800  DDX 118/106/37  1887-1912

Contents:
(i) John Townsend of Brookfield House, (ii) Richard Townsend of Bent Gate, esq. specified property in Spotland, Bent Gate, Townsend Fold, Holme, Miller Barn, Horncliffe Wood, Ashenbottom and Wolfenden Booth, and leasehold property at Waterbarn, including the property mortgaged in DDX 118/106/36 16 Dec. 1887
Endorsement of transfer of mortgage by John Woodcock of West View, Haslingden, solicitor (executor of the will of Richard Townsend, deceased) to Thomas Woodcock, also of West View, Haslingden, solicitor. 1 Jul. 1910
Endorsement of reconveyance of the property to Mary Ann Townsend of Brookfield House, widow, and George Haworth Townsend, gent, trustees of John Townsend of Brookfield House, deceased. 2 Sep. 1912

Lease: for 21 yrs  DDX 118/106/38  15 Mar. 1889

Contents:
(i) John Townsend of Brookfield House, (ii) The Holme Mill Manufacturing Company Limited the remaining portion of Holme Mill which was not leased to John William Mitchell (see DDX 118/106/32) annual rent, 1st year a peppercorn, 2nd year £100, 3rd year and onwards £150

Assignment of a lease for the residue of a term of 21 yrs  DDX 118/106/39  6 Dec. 1889

Contents:
(i) The Holme Mill Manufacturing Company Limited, (ii) William Tatham of Rochdale, engineer, John Magson of 15, Watling St., Manchester, merchant, Christpher George Rothwell Ashworth of Haslingden, engineer, and Josiah Taylor of Stalybridge, machinist (liquidators appointed for the voluntary winding up of the Company) (iii) John Townsend of Brookfield House, gent (iv) Nicholas Worsley of Rising Bridge, Baxenden, cotton manufacturer property leased in DDX 118/106/38 above annual rent 1st year £100 and the 2nd year onwards £160

Lease: for 15 yrs  DDX 118/106/40  30 Nov. 1901

Contents:
(i) John Townsend of Brookfield House, (ii) John William Mitchell of Plantation House, Cloughfold, waste bleacher Townsend Fold Mill annual rent, 1st two years £110, the remaining years £130

Counterpart of DDX 118/106/40  DDX 118/106/41  1901

Lease: for 12 yrs  DDX 118/106/42  30 Nov. 1901

Contents:
(i) John Townsend (ii) John William Mitchell, both as in DDX 118/106/40 plot of land at Holme Mill near Rawtenstall as a site for a settling tank annual rent £22.2.4

Lease: for 21 yrs  DDX 118/106/43  1909-1911

Contents:
(i) John Townsend as in DDX 118/106/40 (ii) Waste Bleachers Limited Townsend Fold Mill with a reservoir and buildings annual rent £130. 19 Aug. 1909
Extension of lease to a term of 49 yrs: (i) Mary Ann Townsend of Brookfield House, Rawtenstall, widow, and George Haworth Townsend of Oak Villa, Balladen, Rawtenstall (trustees of the will of John Townsend (ii) Waste Bleachers Limited. 30 Dec. 1911

Lease: for 21 yrs  DDX 118/106/44  1909-1911

Contents:
(i) John Townsend as in DDX 118/106/40 (ii) Waste Bleachers Limited Holme Mill with the warehouse etc annual rent £259.2.4. 19 Aug. 1909
Extension of lease to a term of 49 yrs: (i) Mary Ann Townsend and George Haworth Townsend, as above (ii) Waste Bleachers Limited. 30 Dec. 1911

Transfer of mortgage  DDX 118/106/45  24 Nov. 1909

Contents:
(i) John Townsend of Springside Summerseat, gent. (ii) J.T., Thomas Henry Townsend and Geoffrey Townsend both of Polefield, Prestwich, solicitors property mortgaged in DDX 118/106/36

Reconveyance: (i) Geoffrey Townsend as above (ii) Mary Ann Townsend and George Haworth Townsend, both as above property mortgaged in DDX 118/106/36  DDX 118/106/46  31 Dec. 1923

Abstract of title to properties at Rawtenstall, 12 Aug. 1856 - 2 Nov. 1936  DDX 118/106/47  1950

Conveyance: for £175  DDX 118/106/48  17 Jun. 1950

Contents:
(i) Harold Ashworth Townsend and Joshua Herbert Townsend, both of the Holme, Rawtenstall, gent and Ethel Blanche Townsend of Brookfield, Rawtenstall, spinster (ii) E.B.T. and Francis Ian Townsend of 22, Links Avenue, Monkseaton, co. Northumberland, gent piece of land on northerly side of Lower Clowes Road at Townsend Fold and 5 dwelling houses erected on it subject to lease of 18 Apr. 1871

Declaration of Thomas Woodcock of Newfield, Haslingden solicitor concerning the property in DDX 118/106/48  DDX 118/106/49  1 Jul 1950

Parcel 8 - Representatives of John Townsend (died 1856)  [no ref. or date]

Property in Haslingden, Rawtenstall and Bacup  DDX 118/107  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold of John Townsend of Holme, gent  DDX 118/107/1  24 Oct. 1820

Contents:
To a plot of land in Haslingden (309-1/3rd sq. yds) and 2 dwelling houses, annual rent 1d surrendered for £38.13.4 by John Hargreaves of Blackburn, gent. and Elizabeth his wife, and Mary Hargreaves of Blackburn, spinster

Articles of agreement  DDX 118/107/2  22 Sep. 1831

Contents:
(i) George Lloyd of Kirkby Hall near Catterick, co. York, esq. (ii) John Townsend and Richard Townsend of Holme, gent. (iii) Lawrence Ormerod, George Ormerod and John Ormerod of Bacup, gents. (iv) Thomas Livesey of Coup, manufacturer, (v) James Nuttall of Bacup, yeoman, for the partition of a common pasture in Brandwood in Spotland and for the leasing of the coal and mineral rights. (Copy)

Award of Thomas Dinsley of Huddersfield, co. York, surveyor, and John Collinge the younger of Hapton, farmer  DDX 118/107/3  28 Oct. 1834

Contents:
In connexion with DDX 118/107/2 above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold of John Townsend of Townsend Fold, flannel manufacturer  DDX 118/107/4  11 Apr. 1837

Contents:
To a capital messuage and other buildings called Gutter House in Booth Fold, annual rent 1d surrendered for £156.15.0 by John Hargreaves of New Church, attorney at law, and for £42.5.0. to Thomas Thwaites, brewer, and Thomas Veevers, plumber and glazier, both of Blackburn

Lease and release: for £380  DDX 118/107/5  29, 30 Jan. 1841

Contents:
(i) John Heyworth of Higher Change, labourer, (ii) Mary Howorth of Walls, widow, (iii) Edmund Howorth, John Howorth, Richard Howorth, James Howorth and Greenwood Howorth all of Walls, cotton manufacturers a messuage called Dry Corner in Spotland with a dwelling house, farm and other buildings and closes called the Meadow, the Field above the House, the Highmost Field and the Foal Field (7 ac. 20 p.) and a parcel of common land on Reaps Moss (1 ac. 1 r. 30 p.) and mineral rights to hold as tenants in common

Bargain and sale: for £400  DDX 118/107/6  10 Nov. 1845

Contents:
(i) Edmund Haworth, John Haworth, Richard Haworth, James Haworth and Greenwood Haworth, all as above (ii) John Townsend of Bacup, coal proprietor (iii) James Grime of Spotland, block cutter - the property in DDX 118/107/5 above

Bargain and sale: for £250  DDX 118/107/7  11 Nov. 1845

Contents:
(i) Holden Veevers of Oak Wood Mill near Stockport, co. Chester, cotton spinner, (ii) The Rev. James Heyworth of Hanbury Hill, par Westbury-upon-Trym, co.Gloucester, clerk, (iii) John Townsend, as in DDX 118/107/6, (iv) James Grime, as in DDX 118/107/6 2 closes at Dry Corner called Corner Meadow (1ac. 2r. 2op.) and Corner Field (3ac. 3r. 32p.) mineral rights reserved

Mortgage: for £300  DDX 118/107/8  5 Feb. 1850

Contents:
(i) John Townsend, as in DDX 118/107/6 (ii) James Grime, as in DDX 118/107/6, (iii) Elizabeth Ashworth of Waterfoot, shopkeeper property specified in DDX 118/107/6 and DDX 118/107/7 above

Release: for £300  DDX 118/107/9  20 Mar, 1852

Contents:
To (i) and £330 to (ii) (i) Elizabeth Ashworth, as in DDX 118/107/8, (ii) Sarah Townsend of Tonge, widow, Peter Hargreaves, attorney's clerk, Anthony Airton, gent., and William Sutcliffe, corn-miller, all of Bacup, (iii) Sarah Townsend, (iv) John Townsend of Townsend Fold, coal merchant, (v) Robert Artindall of Burnley, gent. property mortgaged in DDX 118/107/8 and waste lands on Tooter Hill and Reaps Moss

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/107/10  1857

Contents:
On the death of John Townsend of Holme, gent. who died possessed of a plot of land anddwelling houses in Haslingden, annual rent 1d, a messuage, shop and dwelling house at Dearden Gate in Haslingden, annual rent 1d, also, for terms of 999 yrs, 2 plots of land and 6 dwelling houses in Haslingden, annual rent 1d, and closes called the School Meadow and the Coat Hey and the dwelling houses erected on them in Haslingden and together with his brother Richard Townsend of Holme, woollen manufacturer, was possessed of closes called the Higher Acre, the Lower Acre, the Half Acre, the Great Field, the Bent and the Moss, part of an estate called Sike Side, annual rent 9d, and a messuage, barn, buildings, and specified closes at Holme, called Wormstall Holme, annual rent 6s.10d and also another messuage, barn and buildings with specified closes and part of Flax Moss, called Bent Gate tenement
Admittance of sons Joshua, John and Richard Townsend. 13 Oct. 1857

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/107/11  1857

Contents:
Of John Townsend, as in DDX 118/107/10, who died possessed of a capital messuage called Gutter House at Booth Fold, annual rent 1d, and with his brother, Richard Townsend, of messuages, barns and buildings and specified closes at Miller Barn, cottages and property at Boothfold, property at Lower Miller Barn, a messuage and tenement called Lang Wood, a capital messuage and other property at Newhallhey, with a close called the Clough, a close called the Dole at Boothfold, a close called Shorebank, part of the Water Barn Estate, together with 4 messuages, property at Waterfoot for a term of 999 yrs, a messuage, tenement and lands at Pike Low in Oakenhead Wood, 2 sittings in a pew in Haslingden Church and with James Hargreaves of Newchurch, gent, of a twelfth share in property at Deadwenclough, Brex Tenement in Tunstead, a capital messuage and other property called Fearnes, a messuage, barn and buildings called Brockholes in Wolfenden Booth, specified property in Deadwenclough and Tunstead
Admittance of sons Joshua, John and Richard. 13 Oct. 1857

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/107/12  1857

Contents:
On the death of John Townsend as DDX 118/107/10, who, together with his brother Richard Townsend, was possession of specified closes at Edenfield and Horncliffe, 3 cottages called Coups, closes and a fulling mill, part of an estate called Coups, a messuage and specified closes in Tottington Higher End, 3 messuages at Brown Isle Bottom
Admittance of sons Joshua, John and Richard. 14 Oct. 1857

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/107/13  24 Apr. 1860

Contents:
On the death of John Townsend, as DDX 118/107/10, who with his brother Richard Townsend, was possession of a messuage, barn, buildings and specified closes at Bent Gate, annual rent 3/- Admittance of sons Joshua, John and Richard

Deed of partition: for £8,275  DDX 118/107/14  13 Oct. 1863

Contents:
To (iii) £500 to (ii) £200 to Joshua T paid by (i): (i) Richard Townsend, formerly of Holme, but now of Newfield House within Haslingden, gent. (ii) Mary Townsend, late of Holme, now of Great Hey near Edenfield, widow of Richard Townsend, gent. deceased, (iii) Joshua Townsend of Holme, cotton spinner, John Townsend of Brookfield House, Townsend Fold, gent, and Richard Townsend of Gregory Fold, cotton spinner. For dividing the property which their fathers, Richard and John Townsend held as tenants in common in the manors of Accrington Old Hold, Accrington New Hold and Tottington. Schedules and plans of the property to be divided. (See also DDX 118/103/4)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/107/15  13 Oct. 1863

Contents:
Of Joshua Townsend, John Townsend and Richard Townsend of Gregory Fold an undivided moiety in a mansion house, eleven cottages, buildings and closes called the Lang Wood Field and Saplings, Clough Meadow, Bank Meadow, George Field, Top Meadow, Wood Field, Wood and Wood Meadow, and a portion of the River Irwell, all at Holme and Holme Wood, 6 dwelling houses at Bent Gate, and 9 cottages and land in Tenter Field surrendered by Richard Townsend of Newfield House and Mary Townsend, as DDX 118/107/14, and Sarah wife of R.T. of Newfield House

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/107/16  13 Oct. 1863

Contents:
Of Joshua Townsend, John Townsend and Richard Townsend to an undivided moiety of a messuage, farm and tenement called Higher Pike Low in Oakenhead Wood, 2 sittings in a pew in Haslingden Church, annual rent 4/6, and a messuage, farm and tenement called Lower Pike Low in Oakenhead Wood, annual rent 8/10, a messuage, farm and tenement called Lang Wood, annual rent 4/10, a close called Lang Wood Field, a mansion house and cottages at Townsend Fold, a messuage, farm and tenement called Calf Cote in New Hall Hey, 8 cottages, and specified closes at Boothfold, a leasehold messuage at Waterfoot, a dwelling house at Townsend Fold, and land at Holme, Townsend Fold, at Lang Wood surrendered by Richard Townsend of Newfield House, Mary Townsend and Sarah Townsend, both as DDX 118/107/15

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/107/17  14 Oct. 1863

Contents:
Of Joshua Townsend, John Townsend and Richard Townsend, to an undivided moiety of the Hare and Hounds Inn, on the Burnley and Edenfield Turnpike Road, also a plot of land being part of Haslam's farm, a dwelling house called Brookfield House with 3 cottages, a close in Townsend Fold surrendered by Richard Townsend of Newfield House, Mary Townsend and Sarah Townsend, both as DDX 118/107/15

Grant  DDX 118/107/18  18 Feb. 1867

Contents:
(i) Joshua Townsend, John Townsend, Richard Townsend of Gregory Fold, all as DDX 118/107/17, to (ii) Richard Townsend of Newfield House, gent powers of distress and entry over certain specified properties to indemnify (ii) against certain annuities specified in the will of John Townsend, late of Townsend Fold, gent, deceased. (See also DDX 118/103/12)

Lease: for 999 yrs  DDX 118/107/19  18 Apr. 1867

Contents:
(i) Joshua Townsend, John Townsend and Richard Townsend, all as DDX 118/107/17, (ii) Abraham Taylor of Bent Gate near Haslingden, cotton manufacturer a plot of land, part of Holme Wood Farm annual rent £11.10.0. A.T. to build 1 or more dwelling houses

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/107/20  30 Apr. 1867

Contents:
Of Abraham Taylor, as DDX 118/107/19, to the property in DDX 118/107/19 above surrendered by Joshua Townsend, John Townsend and Richard Townsend, as above

Conveyance: for £2,650  DDX 118/107/21  1 May, 1874

Contents:
Paid by (iv) to (i): (i) John Townsend of Brookfield House, Townsend Fold, Joshua Townsend and John Townsend, both of Fairfield, gents. (ii) Richard Haworth of Newfield House, gent. (iii) Joshua T. and John T. of Fairfield, (iv) Joshua Townsend of Holme, gent. John T. of Brookfield House and Richard Townsend of Gregory Fold, esq. (v) Thomas Henry Townsend of Fairfield, gent Sally Haworths Farm at Townsend Fold

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/107/22  25 Apr. 1876

Contents:
Of Joshua Townsend of Townsend Fold, John Townsend of Brookfield House, and Richard Townsend of Gregory Fold, gents. a plot of land, (28 sq. yds) at Townsend Fold for the residue of a term of 999 years. Surrendered for £5 by Mary Gregory of Townsend Fold, widow

Mortgage: for £1,000  DDX 118/107/23  30 Jan. 1885

Contents:
(i) Thomas Townsend of Riding Mill on Tyne, co. Northumberland, gent. (ii) Richard Townsend of Bent Gate, esq. J.P. an annuity of £150 and any other annuity charged by the will of John Townsend late of Townsend Fold, gent, deceased, also a life insurance policy

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/107/24  30 Jul. 1890

Contents:
Of James Laycock of 430, Rochdale Road, Manchester, glass and china dealer, George Mitton of 105, Cottom Street, Oldham, and Thomas Parkinson of 19, Ripon Terrace, Ackroyden, Halifax, co. York, schoolmaster, executors of Abraham Taylor, late of Bent Gate, cotton manufacturer, deceased a plot of land, part of a farm called Holme Wood (as in DDX 118/107/19 above) for the residue of a term of 999 yrs. Further to the will of Abraham Taylor

Declaration by the executors of Abraham Taylor concerning the conveyance of the property, as in DDX 118/107/24  DDX 118/107/25  26 Sep. 1890

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/107/26  21 Oct. 1890

Contents:
Of Joshua Townsend, now of the Holme, gent., John Townsend of Brookfield House and Richard Townsend of Bent Gate, esq. to a plot of land (1,105 sq. yds) formerly part of Holme Wood Farm and 11 messuages erected on it surrendered for £1,100 by James Laycock, George Mitton and Thomas Parkinson, all as in DDX 118/107/24

Settlement  DDX 118/107/27  7 May, 1895

Contents:
(i) Thomas Townsend of Hexham, co. Northumberland, gent. (ii) Jane Townsend of Bentgate House, widow, and John Woodcock of Haslingden, gent. (iii) Joshua Townsend of the Holme, gent, and George Haworth Townsend of Brookfield House, gent an annuity of £150 bequeathed by John Townsend and share of any other similar annuities, a life insurance policy, a legacy of £2,000 on various specified trusts

Appointment  DDX 118/107/28  23 Mar. 1900

Contents:
Of Percy Townsend, chemist and druggist, and Frank Townsend, ironmonger, both of Gresham House, Corbridge-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, as trustees of the settlement in place of Joshua Townsend

Deed of revocation as to £80 part of the legacy of £2,000 settled in DDX 118/107/27  DDX 118/107/29  10 Jul. 1901

Deed of revocation as to £200 part of a legacy of £2,000 settled in DDX 118/107/27  DDX 118/107/30  20 Feb. 1905

Deed of revocation as to £250 part of a legacy of £2,000 settled in DDX 118/107/27  DDX 118/107/31  2 Jul. 1906

Appointment  DDX 118/107/32  3 Jul. 1906

Contents:
Of Harold Townsend of Oakwood, Hexham, co. Northumberland, engineer, in place of Frank Townsend

Appointment  DDX 118/107/33  4 Sep. 1909

Contents:
Of Schofield Townsend of The Holme, Rawtenstall, gent., George Haworth Townsend of Balladen, Rawtenstall, gent., Harold Ashworth Townsend of The Holme, Rawtenstall, gent., and Arthur Townsend of Brookfield, Rawtenstall, gent., as trustees of the will of John Townsend of Townsend Fold, gent., deceased (who died in 1856) in place of his sons Joshua and Richard Townsend, deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/107/34  26 Oct. 1909

Contents:
Of John Townsend of Brookfield, Rawtenstall, gent., and Schofield Townsend, George Haworth Townsend, Harold Ashworth Townsend and Arthur Townsend as DDX 118/107/33 all the premises subject to the will of John Townsend of Townsend Fold, gent., deceased surrendered by John Townsend of Brookfield

Similar admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/107/35  26 Oct. 1909

Similar admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/107/36  27 Oct. 1909

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/107/37  2 Aug. 1910

Contents:
Of Anne Townsend of the Holme, widow, Mary Elizabeth Parker wife of the Rev. Richard Parker of Stonefold Vicarage, Haslingden, and Schofield Townsend of the Holme, gent., executors of the late Joshua Townsend to a third share in an undivided moiety of specified property Mary Ann Townsend of Brookfield House, widow, and George Haworth Townsend of Balladen near Rawtenstall, gent., executors of the late John Townsend, to a similar third share and John Woodcock of Haslingden, solicitor, executor of the late Richard Townsend to a similar third share

Similar admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/107/38  2 Aug. 1910

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/107/39  2 Aug. 1910

Contents:
Of Mary Ann Townsend and George Haworth Townsend, executors of the late John Townsend, as above to a plot of land (28 sq. yds) at Townsend Fold

Conveyance  DDX 118/107/40  8 Aug. 1910

Contents:
(i) Ann Townsend, Mary Elizabeth Parker and Schofield Townsend (ii) Mary Ann Townsend, George Haworth Townsend (iii) John Woodcock, all as in DDX 118/107/37 above, (iv) S.T. and G.H.T., Harold Ashworth Townsend of the Holme, gent., and Arthur Townsend of Brookfield House, gent, (v) Joshua Herbert Townsend of the Holme specified property at Brandwood Stacksteads to hold to (v) to the use of the other parties on the trusts specified in the will of the late John Townsend of Townsend Fold, gent., deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/107/41  25 Oct. 1910

Contents:
Of Ann Townsend, Mary Elizabeth Parker, Schofield Townsend, Mary Ann Townsend, George Haworth Townsend, John Woodcock, Harold Ashworth Townsend, Arthur Townsend and Joshua Herbert Townsend, all as above, to specified property on trusts specified in DDX 118/107/40 above

Admittance of the parties in DDX 118/107/41 in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/107/42  25 Oct. 1910

Contents:
To specified property on the trusts specified in DDX 118/107/40 above

Admittance of the parties in DDX 118/107/41 in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/107/43  26 Oct. 1910

Contents:
To specified property on trusts specified in DDX 118/107/40 above

Conveyance  DDX 118/107/44  31 Dec. 1913

Contents:
(i) George Haworth Townsend of Oak Villa, Balladen, Rawtenstall, gent., and Harold Townsend of Oakwood, Hexham, co. Northumberland, engineer, (trustees of the settlement of Thomas Townsend) (ii) Paley Brandwood Townsend of 5, Whitley House, Hexham, co. Northumberland specified share of annuities due under the settlement of Thomas Townsend further to the will of John Townsend of Townsend Fold, gent. deceased

Conveyance of a similar share under the settlement of Thomas Townsend by the trustees to Harold Townsend  DDX 118/107/45  31 Dec. 1913

Conveyance of a similar share under the settlement of Thomas Townsend to Harold Townsend of 8, Mayfield Road, Gosforth, co. Northumberland, eldest son of Percy Townsend  DDX 118/107/46  5 Oct. 1920

Conveyance and release: for £483.17.6  DDX 118/107/47  19 Feb. 1930

Contents:
To (i) £2,000 to (iii) £2,000 to (iv) £2,000 to (v) paid by (viii): (i) Harold Ashworth Townsend and Joshua Herbert Townsend, both of the Holme, gents, (ii) Mary Ann Townsend of Brookfield House, widow, and George Haworth Townsend of Oak Villa, Balladen, Rawtenstall, gent (iii) Florence May Townsend of Brookfield House, Rawtenstall, widow, (iv) Paley Brandwood Townsend of Arncliffe, St. Georges Rd., Fawdon Park, co. Northumberland, labourer (v) Bernard Townsend of No. 8 Mayfield Road, Gosforth, co. Northumberland, chemist, (vi) Constance Helena Townsend of No. 8, Mayfield Road, Gosforth, widow, (vii) G.H.T. and H.A.T. (viii) G.H.T. and H.A.T. the rent charges and property subject to them under the will of John Townsend late of Townsend Fold, gent. deceased

Agreement  DDX 118/107/48  4 Dec. 1930

Contents:
(i) Clitheroe Estate Company Ltd., (Lords of the manors of Accrington Old Hold, Accrington New Hold and Tottington) (ii) George Haworth Townsend and Harold Ashworth Townsend; for extinguishment of manorial incidents under the Law of Property Act, 1922 (ii) to pay £88.2.10

Appointment  DDX 118/107/49  6 Feb. 1931

Contents:
Of Joshua Herbert Townsend of the Holme, Rawtenstall, gent., and Florence May Townsend of Brookfield, Rawtenstall, widow, as trustees under the will of John Townsend, in place of John Townsend, Schofield Townsend and Arthur Townsend

Appointment  [no ref.]  2 Nov. 1936

Contents:
Of Ethel Blanche Townsend of Brookfield, Rawtenstall, as a trustee in place of George Haworth Townsend

Parcel No. 9 - Representatives of Mary Ann Townsend  [no ref. or date]

Property at Rawtenstall and Bacup  DDX 118/108  [n.d.]

Conveyance: for £1,543.6.11  DDX 118/108/1  21 Oct. 1875

Contents:
(i) John Townsend of Brookfield House, Townsend Fold, gent., Joshua Townsend and John Townsend both of Fairfield, gents. (ii) Francis Haworth of Flaxmoss House, near Haslingden, and Charles Haworth of Newfield House, both cotton manufacturers (iii) Richard Townsend of Wood Hey, Rock Ferry, co. Chester, gent, (iv) John Townsend of Brookfield House and Mary Ann his wife, (v) Thomas Henry Townsend of Fairfield, gent specified property at Miller Barn, Waterfoot and Townsend Fold

Assent of George Haworth Townsend of Oak Villa, Balladen, Rawtenstall, gent  DDX 118/108/2  12 Mar. 1931

Contents:
As executor of Mary Ann Townsend of Brookfield, Rawtenstall, widow, deceased, to the vesting in himself and Edith Mary Hardman of Holly House, Haywards Heath, co. Sussex, widow, Ethel Blanche Townsend, spinster, and Florence May Townsend, widow, both of Brookfield House, Rawtenstall of the property in DDX 118/108/1 (with a certain specified exception) upon trust for sale

Appointment  DDX 118/108/3  15 Dec. 1938

Contents:
Of Francis Ian Townsend of Brookfield, Rawtenstall, gent. as trustee of the above trust in place of George Haworth Townsend and Florence May Townsend, both deceased

The Cobham Estate, Rossendale  DDX 118/109  [n.d.]

Plan of the Cobham Estate  DDX 118/109/1  n.d

Table showing the descent of the Cobham Estate  DDX 118/109/2  1750 - 1828

Abstract of title of the trustees of Mr and Mrs Cobham's marriage settlement  DDX 118/109/3  17 Aug. 1750 - 25 Oct. 1828

Contents:
And Mr. J.H. Cobham to a plot of ground recently inclosed, part of a farm in Deadwenclough

Copies (2) of DDX 118/109/3  DDX 118/109/4  n.d

Abstract of a surrender by Alice Ashworth of Liverpool, spinster  DDX 118/109/5  10 Mar. 1802

Contents:
To messuages and land in Wolfenden Booth, Tunstead and Clough Fold in Deadwenclough to the use of Henry Hargreaves of Newchurch, gent, on trust

Abstract of title of the property in DDX 118/109/5  DDX 118/109/6  10 Mar. 1802-25 Oct.1828

Abstract of the title of the trustees of Mr. and Mrs. Cobham's marriage settlement  DDX 118/109/7  17 Feb. 1836-10 May,1845

Contents:
To 44/48th undivided shares in lands at Newchurch

Copy of DDX 118/109/7  DDX 118/109/8  [n.d.]

Lease: for 14 yrs  DDX 118/109/9  1837

Contents:
(i) Catherine Cobham and John Hargreaves Cobham, both of Liverpool, to (ii) John Hargreaves of Newchurch, gent Stott's farm at Newchurch annual rent £40 (draft)

Abstract of the title of John Hargreaves Cobham  DDX 118/109/10  24 Apr. 1838

Contents:
To 2/24th shares in lands at Newchurch

Copy of DDX 118/109/10  DDX 118/109/11  [n.d.]

Statement showing particulars of sales and leases of the Fearns and Newchurch Estates belonging to Messrs. Cobham and others since 18 Mar. 1847  DDX 118/109/12  1847

Abstract of the title of the executors under the will of the late James Crabtree, esq  DDX 118/109/13  1852-1868

Contents:
To property at Newchurch called 'Crabtree's buildings' part of the manor of Accrington New Hold
11 Nov. 1852- 10 Mar. 1868

Bill of Complaint in the case of John Cobham V. John Sagar and others concerning the Cobham Estate  DDX 118/109/14  1875

Particulars of sale for copyhold estates in Fearns and Tunstead Rossendale  DDX 118/109/15  5 Oct. 1898

Contents:
And ground rents arising out of land at Fearns

Copy of DDX 118/109/15  DDX 118/109/16  n.d

Parcel 14 - Thomas Woodcock, Esq  [no ref. or date]

Thomas Woodcock, Esq. Papers relating to Holden V. Mordacque (Haslingden Church School)  DDX 118/110  [n.d.]

List of the expenses incurred in building Haslingden Schools  DDX 118/110/1  n.d

Copy of the correspondence between the Rev. L.H. Mordacque, Ralph Holden and the Committee of the Council on Education  DDX 118/110/2  11 Jun.1852- 21 Apr. 1857

Copy of the correspondence between the Rev. L.H. Mordacque and the National Society  DDX 118/110/3  8 Feb. 1854 - 31 Oct. 1854

Letter from the Rev. L.H. Mordacque to Archdeacon Allen thanking him for a donation  DDX 118/110/4  27 Mar. 1854

Copy of the correspondence between Mr. Holden, Mr. Mordacque and Mr. Hoyle  DDX 118/110/5  3 Jul. 1854 - 14 Mar. 1857

Letter from the Rev. L.H. Mordacque thanking an un-named person for a donation  DDX 118/110/6  10 Jul. 1854

Conveyance by John Hoyle of Haslingden, esq  DDX 118/110/7  21 Sep. 1854

Contents:
Of a plot of land in Haslingden for use as a school. (Copy)

Receipt for £5, a donation from the Earl of Bradford towards the erection of the National Schools at Haslingden  DDX 118/110/8  28 Sep. 1854

Balance Sheet of the fund for repairing Haslingden Church  DDX 118/110/9  1855 - 1856

Accounts for the building of Haslingden School  DDX 118/110/10  1857

Letter from Ralph Holden to the Rev. L.H. Mordacque  DDX 118/110/11  7 Mar. 1857

Contents:
Asking him to explain several things concerning his subscriptions to the Haslingden Church Repair Fund and the School Building Fund

Letter from Mr. Holden's solicitors to the Rev. L.H. Mordacque  DDX 118/110/12  13 Apr. 1857

Contents:
Requesting him to pay back £250

Letter from Mr. Mordacque's solicitor to Mr. Holden's solicitors  DDX 118/110/13  15 Apr. 1857

Reply from Mr. Holden's solicitors  DDX 118/110/14  16 Apr. 1857

Letter from Mr. Mordacque's solicitor accepting service of process on his behalf  DDX 118/110/15  18 Apr. 1857

Questions to be put to the Rev. L.H. Mordacque concerning the fund for buildings the schools at Haslingden  DDX 118/110/16  8 Jul. 1857

Order to the Rev. L.H. Mordacque to produce all documents etc. in connexion with the case  DDX 118/110/17  1 Aug. 1857

Duplicate order to produce documents  DDX 118/110/18  1 Aug. 1857

Brief for the plaintiff in Holden V. Mordacque concerning the misappropriation of funds  DDX 118/110/19  n.d

Contents:
August, Assizes

Index to the case and evidence  DDX 118/110/20  n.d

Draft of a letter replying to statements in a letter to a newspaper  DDX 118/110/21  n.d

Parcel No. 15 - Arthur Gerald Shaw, Esq  [no ref. or date]

Higher Hud Hey Farm at Haslingden  DDX 118/111  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/111/1  26 Nov. 1728

Contents:
Of William Halstead of Henheads and Robert Halstead of Constable Lee, to a house and garden with closes called the Two Crofts under the House, the Higher Part of the Long Field, the Blackearth, the Littlefield, the Stonepittfield, the White Croft, the Park, the Three nookfield, the Moss Meadow, the Three Closes, the Cloddy Close (30 ac altogether) in Hud Hey surrendered for £500 by Richard Dearden of Hud Hey in Haslingden, yeoman, and Judith, his wife and Edward Kay of Woodrode in Bury

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/111/2  22 May, 1730

Contents:
Of William Halstead, as DDX 118/111, to an undivided moiety of the property in DDX 118/111/1 above surrendered for £270 by Robert Halstead, as DDX 118/111/1, and Elizabeth, his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/111/3  14 May, 1735

Contents:
Of Robert Halstead, as DDX 118/111/1, to the property in DDX 118/111/1 above surrendered by William Bertwissle of Buckclough, yeoman, trustee of William Halstead, deceased, further to W.H's will

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/4  19 Oct. 1752

Contents:
On the death of Robert Halstead, as above, who died possessed of 3 messuages, 1 barn, other buildings at Carter Place and Tanner Barn in Haslingden and 2¼ ac. land on the common called High Moor, a messuage, barn and buildings with a dwelling house and a barn called Stonehouse and Moss Hall in Haslingden, and a messuage, buildings, land and common of pasture and turbary called Upperhudhey Admittance of son Robert Halstead of Henheads

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/5  2 May, 1797

Contents:
Of the Rev. Joshua Newby, Rector of Great Rolleright, co. Oxford, to a dwelling house, barn and closes called the Croft Meadow below the House, the Parck, the White Croft and The Back Croft with common of turbary and pasture on High Moor, all at Higher Hudhey surrendered for £200 by Henry Hargreaves of Newchurch, gent, surviving executor of John Holmes, D.D. to whom the property was mortgaged with an equity of redemption to John Hoyle of Haslingden, woollen manufacturer, and Henry Hargreaves, trustees of the will of Robert Halstead of Clough End, deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/6  24 Apr. 1804

Contents:
Of John Hoyle and Henry Hargreaves, as in DDX 118/111/5 above, to the property in DDX 118/111/5 above surrendered for £200 by the Rev.Joshua Newby, as in DDX 118/111/5

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/7  9 Oct. 1804

Contents:
Of Robert Halstead Hargreaves of Manchester, druggist to a capital messuage and tenement called Higher Hudhey with land (31 ac. 1r. 22 p.) and 3 sittings in a pew in Haslingden Church surrendered for £1,710 by Henry Hargreaves and John Hoyle, as in DDX 118/111/5

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/8  14 Apr. 1818

Contents:
Of William Turner of Helm Shore within Haslingden, woollen manufacturer, to a farm at Hudhey or Dearden Place with closes called the Tapstone Clough, the Middlemost Field, the Yate Field, the Little Field and the Twin Croft, (altogether 11 ac.) and 4 cottages at Hudhey, and common on High Moor, with messuages and lands on the south side of the turnpike road leading from Haslingden to Blackburn with common of pasture on High Moor and a pew in Haslingden Church surrendered for £600 by William Wadsworth of Brindle, yeoman, and for £1,010 to Burgogne Taylor of Preston, gent

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/9  25 Apr. 1848

Contents:
On the death of Robert Halstead Hargreaves, late of Ardwick, near Manchester, esq., who died possessed of a capital messuage called the Higher Hudhey with land (31 ac. 1 r. 22 p.) also a capital messuage called Coldwell or Coldwells with closes called the Newfield, the Rough, the Close, the Spring Field, the Spout Field, the Marled Earth, the Coldwell Field, the Calfcroft and the Coldwell Meadow (altogether 20 ac.) Admittance of son Robert Hargreaves of Ardwick, esq

Certified copy of the entry in Frome Selwood, co. Somerset Baptismal Register of the baptism of Henry John Ballinger  DDX 118/111/10  8 Sep. 1849

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/111/11  1 Oct. 1860

Contents:
Between Robert Hargreaves of Knightley Manor, co. Stafford, esq., and John Hall of Clough End, colliery owner, on the sale to J.H. for £2,510 of a farm called Higher Hud Hey and the land belonging to it (34 ac. 3r. 32p.)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/12  23 Oct. 1860

Contents:
Of John Hall, as DDX 118/111/11, to Higher Hud Hey Farm, as in DDX 118/111/11 above surrendered for £2,510 by Robert Hargreaves

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/13  23 Apr. 1861

Contents:
Of Edward Robinson Turner of Carter Place, esq. to 2 closes of meadow at Round Hill (altogether 2 ac.2 r. 38 p.) surrendered by John Hall, as in DDX 118/111/11

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/14  17 Oct. 1871

Contents:
On the death of John Hall of Clough End, colliery owner, who died possessed of a capital messuage called Higher Hudhey Admittance of John Binns of Haslingden, surgeon, and John Ormerod of Clough End, cotton manufacturer, on trust further to the will of J.H

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/15  15 Oct. 1872

Contents:
Of Ann Hall of Haslingden, spinster, to Higher Hud Hey Farm 32 ac. 34 p.) surrendered for £3,100 by John Binns now of Western Hill, Durham, surgeon, and John Ormerod, as in DDX 118/111/14

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/16  17 Apr. 1877

Contents:
Of Thomas Livsey Ormerod of Haslingden, cotton manufacturer, to Higher Hud Hey Farm (28 ac. 3 r. 29 p.) surrendered for £2.610 by Ann Hall, as in DDX 118/111/15

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/111/17  14 June, 1880

Contents:
Between (i) James Redfern Bottomley of Huddersfield, co. York, gent, and Theodore Ellis Williams of Salterley Grange near Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, esq., barrister at law, (ii) Jonathan Openshaw of Bury, gent, and (iii) Peregrine Watson of Bury and Thomas Hargreaves of Haslingden, gents. to produce documents concerning estates at Higher Hud Hey and Priestentax

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/18  19 Oct. 1880

Contents:
Of Peregrine Watson and Thomas Hargreaves, as in DDX 118/111/17 to a dwelling house, barn, cottage, other buildings and closes called the Further Meadow, the Meadow under the Barn, the Higher Bank, the Lower Bank and the Field at the Back of the Barn called Hugh Pickerings, and the Higher Closes (12ac. 22p.) 8 ac. common pasture and turbary on High Moor and a pew in Haslingden Church, all commonly called Pickerings or Priestentax, and also closes and cottages, part of the farm at Higher Hud Hey or Dearden Place (16 ac. 1 r. 27 p.) common pasture on High Moor, and a pew in Haslingden Church surrendered for £3,300 to Jonathan Openshaw, by James Redfern Bottomley and Theodore Ellis Williams by the direction of J.O

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/19  21 Apr. 1885

Contents:
Of Peregrine Watson, as in DDX 118/111/18, and George Worthington Reynolds of the City of Manchester, clerk, to the property in DDX 118/111/18 above surrendered for 10/- by Peregrine Watson and Thomas Hargreaves, both as in DDX 118/111/18

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/20  30 Apr. 1889

Contents:
Of Arthur Ingram Robinson of Blackburn, solicitor, to several closes and cottages, part of an estate at Higher Hud Hey or Dearden Place (16 ac. 1 r. 27 p.) with common on High Moor surrendered for £1,151 by Peregrine Watson and George Worthington Reynolds, as in DDX 118/111/19; upon trusts declared in the will of John Hoyle, late of Haslingden, esq. deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/21  23 Apr. 1901

Contents:
Of Robert Edmund Shaw, Miles Edward Todd Shaw and Richard Bentley, all of Haslingden, colliery proprietors, and Margaret Ellen Turner, wife of Henry Ballinger Turner of South Brent, co. Devon, all in partnership as colliery proprietors in Haslingden, to the property in DDX 118/111/20 above surrendered for £570 by Arthur Ingram Robinson, as above, by the direction of Oliver Brandwood Hargreaves, serving in South Africa, and John Hoyle Hargreaves, now of Birkdale, civil engineer

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/22  19 Oct. 1920

Contents:
On the death of Thomas Livsey Ormerod, late of Green Mount, Bury, cotton spinner, and manufacturer, who died possessed of a farm called Higher Hud Hey with 2 messuages and land (28 ac. 3r. 29 p.)
Admittance of Aaron Holt of Bank House, Haslingden, warp sizer, and Ethel Clegg Clegg, wife of Joseph Eric Clegg of Bury, as devisees in trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/111/23  19 Oct. 1920

Contents:
Of Robert Edmund Shaw of Roundhill, Haslingden, Arthur Gerald Shaw of Moorside, Haslingden, Miles Edward Todd Shaw of 127, Blackburn Road, Haslingden and Richard Bentley of Tapstone House, Haslingden, to Higher Hud Hey Farm surrendered for £1,500 by Aaron Holt and Ethel Clegg Clegg, both as DDX 118/111/22

Acknowledgment  DDX 118/111/24  2 Nov. 1925

Contents:
By John Bentley of Tapstone House, Haslingden, clerk, and Eleanor Frances Wood of Haslingden, wife of Colin Maddocke Wood, auctioneer, that Robert Edmund Shaw, Arthur Gerald Shaw and Miles Edward Todd Shaw, coal merchants, have transferred to them, as the administrators of Richard Bentley, one fourth share of the investments of the firm and of the waggons, and the sum of £2,702. 16. 6

Similar acknowledgment by Mary Ellen Shaw of 10, West Beach, Lytham  DDX 118/111/25  1 Jun. 1933

Contents:
Widow of Miles Edward Todd Shaw, that his share in the partnership of W.H.Shaw has been satisfied

Appointment  DDX 118/111/26  13 Nov. 1936

Contents:
Of Arthur Gerald Shaw, Robert Edmund Shaw and James Lawson, all of Haslingden; coal proprietors, as trustees of Hud Hey Farm, part of the co-partnership estate

Conveyance  DDX 118/111/27  4 Sep. 1944

Contents:
(i) Robert Edmund Shaw of Roundhill, Haslingden, Arthur Gerald Shaw of Moorside, Haslingden, and James Lawson of 10, Queens Road, Accrington, colliery proprietors (as trustees) (ii) James Lawson (retiring partner) to (iii)R.E.S and A.G.S. Higher Hud Hey Farm on trust

Appointment of Effie Heys Shaw of Roundhill, widow, as a new trustee  DDX 118/111/28  19 Jul. 1948

Conveyance: for £1,321. 6. 0  DDX 118/111/29  14 Sep. 1948

Contents:
Paid by (iv) to (i): (i) Effie Heys Shaw, as above, and Arthur Gerald Shaw of Moorside, company director, (ii) E.H.S. Patience Hamilton wife of Ian Thornicroft Hamilton of Laxton Almshoused, Oundle, co. Northampton, schoolmaster, and Constance Shaw of 25, The Close, Radlett, co. Herts, spinster, (iii) E.H.S. (iv) A.G.S. Higher Hud Hey

Parcel No. 16. - Representatives of Mrs M.R.C.Hoyle  [no ref. or date]

Land at Oakenhead Wood  DDX 118/112  [n.d.]

Abstract of title to a copyhold estate in Oakenhead Wood in the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/112/1  3 Nov. 1736 - 17 Oct. 1786

Certified copy of the entry in the marriage register of Bury Parish Church concerning the marriage of William Cockerill of Haslingden, joiner, and Betty Charles of Bury, spinster  DDX 118/112/2  25 Dec. 1779

Certified copy of an entry in the baptismal register of the parochial chapel of Haslingden, concerning the baptism of William son of William and Betty Cockerill of Higher Lane  DDX 118/112/3  18 Apr. 1784

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/112/4  20 Oct. 1795

Contents:
Of Hugh Duckworth of Manchester, liquor merchant, to 3 messuages, 3 barns, 1 cottage and other buildings, with closes (35 ac.) at Oakenheadwood surrendered for £137.10.0. to Alice Willis of Haslingden, widow, and £355 to Ellis Duckworth of Manchester, liquor merchant

Abstract of title of William Cockerill of Guben in the Kingdom of Prussia to an estate in Oakenhead Wood  DDX 118/112/5  20 Oct. 1795 - Feb. 1840

Mortgage: for £1,500  DDX 118/112/6  24 Jun. 1817

Contents:
(i) Hugh Duckworth the younger of Liverpool, merchant, (ii) Edmund Hamer of Manchester, merchant property in Oakenhead Wood as in DDX 118/112/4 above

Abstract of DDX 118/112/6  DDX 118/112/7  n.d

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/112/8  27 Sep. 1817

Contents:
Of John Rostron of Edenfield, merchant, and John Eastwood of Manchester, oil merchant, to the property in DDX 118/112/4 above assignees of Hugh Duckworth, a bankrupt

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/112/9  21 Oct. 1817

Contents:
Of Edmund Hamer of Manchester, merchant, to the property mortgaged in DDX 118/112/6 above, surrendered by John Rostron and John Eastwood, as DDX 118/112/8, for £1,500 paid by E.H. and £750 paid by Hugh Duckworth the younger of Liverpool, merchant

Deed of convenants  DDX 118/112/10  27 Dec. 1819

Contents:
Between: (i) Hugh Duckworth the younger, (ii) Edmund Hamer, both as DDX 118/112/9, (iii) William Cockerill of Spa in Westphalia, esq., E.H. and H.D. to surrender property in Oakenheadwood to W.C. for £1,500 to E.H. and £1,000 to H.D

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/112/11  8 Jan. 1820

Contents:
Of William Cockerill, as DDX 118/112/10, to property in Oakenhead Wood, as above surrendered for £1,500 by Edmund Hamer, and £1,000 to Hugh Duckworth, both as DDX 118/112/10

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/112/12  25 Feb. 1834

Contents:
On the death of William Cockerill of Aix-la-Chapelle, esq., who died possessed of a messuage and tenement with closes (22 ac.) and also 3 messuages, 3 barns, 1 cottage, buildings and closes (35 ac.) in Oakenhead Wood Admittance of William Cockerill of Guben in Prussia, esq

Particulars of sale  DDX 118/112/13  14 Feb. 1840

Contents:
For 4 farm houses, 6 cottages and land (altogether 98 ac. 14 p.) in the manor of Accrington New Hold. Memorandum that Henry Hoyle of New Hall Hey, merchant, bought the property for £6,040

Plan of an estate in Oakenhead Wood belonging to William Cockerill  DDX 118/112/14  n.d

Receipt from N. Whitehead to Henry Hoyle, Esq  DDX 118/112/15  4 Mar. 1840

Contents:
For £1,300 on behalf of William Cockerill, esq

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/112/16  23 Mar. 1840

Contents:
(i) William Cockerill (ii) Henry Hoyle, both as DDX 118/112/15: on the surrender of copyhold premises at Oakenhead Wood

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/112/17  28 Apr. 1840

Contents:
Of Henry Hoyle, as in DDX 118/112/13, to a farm and closes called the Meadow in front of the House, the Rushes, the Little Bank, the Long Bank Bottom, the Long Bank Top, and the Back Height (altogether 20 ac. 35 p.) and a farm and closes called the Horse Field, the Meadow under the Barn, the Little Meadow, the Back Meadow, the Great Field Top, the Great Field Bottom, and the Leyfield (altogether 19 ac. 20 p.) and also a farm with closes called the Great Bank, the Plantation, the Little Field, the Higher Meadow, the Lowmost Field, the Lower Meadow and the Plantation adjoining (altogether 18 ac. 1 r. 19 p.) all in Oakenhead Wood surrendered for £3,540 by William Cockerill of Guben in Prussia, esq

Parcels 17 and 18 - Representatives of Mrs. Mary B. Craven Hoyle  [no ref. or date]

New Hall Hey Estate. Rawtenstall  DDX 118/113  [n.d.]

List of surrenders of the New Hall Hey Estate  DDX 118/113/1  1664-1736

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/113/2  9 May, 1664

Contents:
Of Joshua Nuttall, son and heir of Christopher Nuttall of Dedwen Clough, gent. to a capital messuage called the Newhallhey and land in Deadwen Clough surrendered by C.N. and Lydia, his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/113/3  17 Oct. 1664

Contents:
Of Ralph Holden of Holden, gent., and John Heape of Grain, gent., to a capital messuage called Newhallheye with buildings and land, another messuage with closes called the Feild Above the House, the Two Fields Above the Well, the Further Field, the Greatest Wood, the Little Wood, the Meadow and the Two Holmes, all in Newhallheye, and parcels of land in Newhallheye and Okenheadwood surrendered by Joshua Nuttall, as above. R.H. and J.H. to hold to the use of J.N. for life and on his decease to the use of his wife Alice for life, in lieu of jointure, and on her decease to the use of the heirs of J.N

Copy of an entry in the register of Haslingden Parish Church concerning the burial of Ralph Holden of Holden, gent  DDX 118/113/4  3 Mar. 1675

Admittance in the court of the manor of Haslingden  DDX 118/113/5  16 May, 1690

Contents:
Of Willoughby Hickman of Gainesborough, co. Lincoln, bart. to a messuage in Newhallhey and closes called the Great Croft, the Little Croft, the Great Meadow, the Little Meadow, the Broadhey, the Pingolett, the West Meadow and the Carrwood, another messuage with closes called the Robert Bank, the Robert Meadow, the Tinker Meadow, the Newfield above the Height, the Bancke, the Great Height, the Meadow, the Two Rushie Fields and the Rough, another messuage with closes called the Little Lench Heigh, the Two Lench Fields, the Carr Head, the Great Hollins, the Little Hollins, the Rivington, the Calfe Croft, the Little Meadow, the Spent Meadow, the Turfecoat Meadow, the Barne Meadow, the Orchard, the Lomax Meadow, the Wood and the Holme, and also closes called the Lench Heigh, the Newfield, the Limed Earth, the Marled Earth, the Miles Marled Earth, the Greaves, the Bowers, the White Goyt, the Marled Earth Meadow, the Carwood Meadow, the moiety of Lomax Barne, the Field Below the Orchard, the Cloughs and the Parrock Bancke, the Field Above the House, the Two Fields Above the Well, the Further Field, the Great Wood, the Little Wood, the Meadow and the Two Holmes, all in Newhallhey, and closes called the Higher Eyes, the Water Bancke, the Two Single Holmes and the Chamber in Newhallhey and Oakenheadwood surrendered by Richard Nuttall of Liverpool, gent, by the direction of Joshua Nuttall of Newhallhey, gent

Will of Joshua Nuttall of Newhallhey, gent  DDX 118/113/6  22 May, 1691

Contents:
Messuage and closes called the Crossefield and the Great Marled Earth in Oakenheadwood to wife Alice for life in lieu of dower: son John Nuttall to stand seised of property in Deadwenclough and Wolfenden to provide portions for daughters Alice, Elizabeth, Mary and Lydia, and to pay a stipend of £20 per annum to the minister of Newchurch-in-Rossendale and to pay remainder to son Christopher

Copy of an entry in the register of Rochdale Parish Church concerning the death of John Heap of Lowerplace, gent  DDX 118/113/7  8 Feb. 1692

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/113/8  12 May, 1693

Contents:
On the death of Joshua Nuttall of Newhallhey, gent. who died possessed of closes called the Lowerwarth and the Ridge in Dedwinclough, a messuage and buildings in Rawcliffewood and 4 cottages and 4 gardens in Bacup Admittance of son John Nuttall

Will of John Nuttall of Newhallhey, gent  DDX 118/113/9  1716

Contents:
Property in Rawcliffewood and Bacopp to son Joshua to use of wife Katherine Nuttall for life: property at Holden and a farm called Holing Greave to be divided among children John, Ralph, James and Katherine. Dated 3 Sep. 1712
Probate granted 18 Jun. 1716

Inquisition in the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/113/10  15 Apr. 1724

Contents:
On the death of John Nuttall of Newhallhey, gent. who died possessed of a messuage called Newhallhey and closes in Oakenheadwood, a messuage, cottage and land in Rawtenstall Admittance of son Joshua Nuttall, clerk

Duplicate of DDX 118/113/10  DDX 118/113/11  n.d

Notes of various surrenders  DDX 118/113/12  1724 - 1738

Contents:
Easter 1724 - Easter 1738

Receipt for £120  DDX 118/113/13  2 Jun. 1726

Contents:
Paid by Barton Shuttleworth of Gawthrop to Joshua Nuttall

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/14  11 Oct. 1726

Contents:
Of Barton Shuttleworth of Gawthropp gent. to a messuage called Newhallhey with closes mortgaged by Joshua Nuttall as in DDX 118/113/10, for £120

Agreement  DDX 118/113/15  19 May, 1727

Contents:
Made between (i) Joshua Nuttall, as DDX 118/113/14 (ii) Nevile Hickman of Gainsburgh, bart. (iii) Richard Ashworth of Lenches, yeoman, (i) and (ii) to surrender a barn called the New Barn and closes called the White Gort, Carrwood, Carrwood Meadow, Nowers, Greaves, Pinglet, Miles Marlearth, Marlearth, GreatMeadow, Clough Parrak, Parrok Bank, Clough and Lomax Clough, all in Newhall Hey to the use of (iii)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/113/16  19 Oct. 1727

Contents:
Of Joshua Nuttall, as DDX 118/113/15, to a messuage and closes called the Field Above the House, the Two Fields Above the Well, the Farther Field, the Great Wood, the Little Wood, the Great Meadow and the Meadow Below the Orchard, the Wheat Holm, the Blackholme, the Higher Eyes, the Water Banck, the Two Single Holmes and the Chamber in New Hall Hey, part of the Wood adjoining the Lower Meadow, a farm in New Hall Hey and closes in New Hall Hey and Dedwen Clough called the Greaves, the Miles Marled Earth, the Goosepittfield and Great Height, and a farm called Carrhead surrendered for £124 by Nevil Hickman, as DDX 118/113/15

Receipt for £125 paid by the Rev.Nuttall to Elizabeth Shuttleworth  DDX 118/113/17  5 May, 1732

Memorandum that a receipt has been given to the Rev.Nuttall  DDX 118/113/18  5 May, 1732

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/113/19  6 Jun. 1736

Contents:
Of Joshua Nuttall, as DDX 118/113/16, to a capital messuage called Newhallhey with the buildings and lands belonging, and closes called the Field Above the House, the Two Fields Above the Well, the Further Field, the Greatest Wood, the Little Wood, the Meadow and the Two Holms, also the Higher Eyes, the Waterbank, the Two Single Holms and the Chamber surrendered by Thomas Holland of Rochdale and Ann his wife, and Margaret Whip, widow of Samuel Whip of Rochdale, gent., deceased (A.H. and M.W. being daughters of John Heap of Rochdale, gent., deceased, only son of John Heap, late of Grain, yeoman, deceased, who was the surviving feoffee in trust of Joshua Nuttall of Newhallhey, deceased.)

Acknowledgement by Thomas Clayton of Little Harwood, gent  DDX 118/113/20  30 Apr. 1737

Contents:
(Executor of Barton Shuttleworth late of Gawthorpe, gent., deceased), that Joshua Nuttall, late of Newhall Hey, clerk, now Rector of Colthorpe, co. York, has repaid the mortgage money due, and that the property should be reconveyed

Abstract of Mr. James Whittaker's title to a copyhold estate in Newhall Hey  DDX 118/113/21  9 Jun. 1736 - 27 Apr. 1790

Copy of DDX 118/113/21  DDX 118/113/22  n.d

Mortgage: for £500  DDX 118/113/23  1737

Contents:
(i) John Hadock of Pheasant Ford, (ii) Joshua Nuttall, as DDX 118/113/19 capital messuage called Newhallhey with closes called the Orchard, the Garden, the Rawtenstall Meadow, the Rye Earth, the Wickenstill, the Stackbank, the Little Wood, the Barley Holme, the Warth and the Lower Ees, a messuage called Fletchers with closes called the Field Above the House, the Two Fields Above the Well, the Further Field, the Great Wood, the Little Wood, the Great Meadow, the Meadow under the Garden, the Wheat Holme, the Higher Ees, the Water Bank, the Coat Meadow, the Chamber, the Two Gingle or Single Holmes and the Passage 2 May, 1737

Counterpart of DDX 118/113/23  DDX 118/113/24  [n.d.]

Copy of DDX 118/113/23  DDX 118/113/25  n.d

Abstract of the title of Mrs. Jane Frances Haworth to New Hall Hey Farm and watercourse  DDX 118/113/26  26 Jun. 1737 - 1 Jul. 1819

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/27  11 Apr. 1738

Contents:
Of John Hadock, as DDX 118/113/23, to the property specified in DDX 118/113/23 surrendered for £500 by Joshua Nuttall, as above, Catherine Nuttall of Newhallhey, widow, and Barton Shuttleworth of Winwick, clerk

Duplicate of DDX 118/113/27  DDX 118/113/28  n.d

Order of reference by the Master of the Rolls  DDX 118/113/29  9 Jul. 1746

Contents:
As to whether Mary, Isabella and Jane Esther Haddock are mortgagees of property mortgaged by Joshua Nuttall in DDX 118/113/23 by virtue of the will of John Haddock, deceased

Report that the sum of £612.18.2. is due by way of principal and interest, on the mortgage made by Joshua Nuttall in DDX 118/113/23  DDX 118/113/30  8 Nov. 1746

Contents:
And that the money is payable to Lawrence Ormerod and Richard Webster, executors of John Haddock, deceased

Order that Mary, Isabella and Jane Esther Haddock shall convey the mortgaged property in Newhallhey to the executors of John Haddock  DDX 118/113/31  13 Nov. 1746

Mortgage: for £1, 000  DDX 118/113/32  2 Jan. 1747

Contents:
(i) Pierce Starkie of Huntroid, esq, (ii) Joshua Nuttall, Rector of Colthorp property specified in DDX 118/113/23 and also a messuage in Rawtenstall and closes called the Little Croft, the Meadow, the Kitty Bank and the Kitty Clough, and closes in Newhallhey, Oakenhead Wood and Dedwin Clough called the Back or Black Holme, the Two Royd Fields, and the Lower or Saunder Warf with the Ridge

Copy of DDX 118/113/32  DDX 118/113/33  n.d

Bond: in £2,000  DDX 118/113/34  2 Jan. 1747

Contents:
(i) Joshua Nuttall to (ii) Pierce Starkie, both as in DDX 118/113/32, to pay £1,000 and interest

List of properties mortgaged in DDX 118/113/32 above with the copyhold rents  DDX 118/113/35  n.d

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/36  11 Feb. 1747

Contents:
Of Pierce Starkie, to a capital messuage called Newhallhey, a messuage called Fletchers with specified closes (as in DDX 118/113/23 above) surrendered by Laurence Ormerod of Ormerod and Richard Webster of Hargrove, gents. for £621.13.4. and by Joshua Nuttall for £378.6.8

Copy of DDX 118/113/36  DDX 118/113/37  n.d

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/38  11 Feb. 1747

Contents:
Of Pierce Starkie, to a messuage in Rawtenstall with closes called the Little Croft, the Meadow, the Kittybank and the Kitty Clough, and also closes called the Back or Blackholme, the Two Royd Fields, and the Lower or Saunder Wharf with the Ridge surrendered by Laurence Ormerod, Richard Webster and Joshua Nuttall, as in DDX 118/113/36

Copy of DDX 118/113/38  DDX 118/113/39  [n.d.]

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/40  13 Apr. 1757

Contents:
On the death of Joshua Nuttall, late Rector of Colthrop, who died possessed of the property in Newhallhey, Oakendead Wood, Deadwen Clough and Rawtenstall specified in DDX 118/113/32 above
Admittance of daughter Catherine Nuttall

List of surrenders relating to the Newhallhey estate, 1687 - 1766  DDX 118/113/41  15 Oct. 1766

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/42  4 Nov. 1766

Contents:
Of John Whittaker of Broadclough in Rossendale, gent., to a mansion house called New Hall Hey Hall, 5 dwelling houses, 4 barns and closes called the Gingleholme Meadow, the Barn and the Milkhouse, the Gingle Holme, the Lowe Ees, the Eller Banks, the Warth, the Higher Ees, the Water Banks, the Farr Field, the Middle Field, the Stonepit Field, the Backside, the Little Wood, the House, Garden and Little Wood, the Fore Meadow, the Wheat Holm, the Wood, the Barley Croft, the Hall Barn and Garden, the Sander Warth, the Rawtenstall Meadow, the Dry Earth, the Wicking Stile, the Slack Bank, the Roads Fields, the Meadow Field, the Higher Field, the Kitty Field and the House Garth (84 ac. 2r. 24 p.) surrendered for £2,430 (of which £1,000 is due to Edmund Starkie of Preston, es.) by Catherine Nuttall of the City of York, spinster

A particular of John Whittaker's estates in Rossendale  DDX 118/113/43  n.d

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/113/44  1 May, 1770

Contents:
For £1,000 paid by (iv) to (iii): (i) John Whittaker of Newhall Hey, gent. (ii) John Worthington of Wigan, esq. (nephew and heir of Pierce Starkie, late of Huntroid, esq. deceased), (iii) the Rev. William Johnson, vicar of Whalley and John Clayton of Carr Hall, esq. (iv) the Rev. Robert Master, rector of Croston, Charles White of Manchester, surgeon, John Fielden of Blackburn, esq. and John Hankinson of Blackburn, merchant, (i) and (ii) agree to surrender the property in DDX 118/113/36 and 38 above, to the use of (iv) with an equity of redemption to (i)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/45  18 Dec. 1770

Contents:
Of Robert Master, Charles White, John Fielden and John Hankinson, all as to the above property surrendered for £1,000 by John Whittaker and John Worthington, both as in DDX 118/113/44

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/46  5 May, 1772

Contents:
On the death of John Whittaker of Newhall Hey, gent. who died possessed of a capital messuage called Newhall Hey with specified closes, a messuage called Fletchers with specified closes, a messuage in Rawtenstall (lately used as a poor house) with specified closes in Newhall Hey, Oakenhead Wood, Deadwen Clough and Rawtenstall Admittance of brother James Whittaker of Broad Clough. Mrs. Margaret Whittaker his mother to occupy a mansion house called Newhall Hey, the Rye Earth, the Fold. Belonging the Hall, the Barley Croft (or Barley Holme) the Orchard and the Garden at Newhall Hey

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/47  27 Apr. 1790

Contents:
Of James Whittaker, son of James Whittaker, deceased, to a capital messuage called Newhall Hey, a messuage called Fletchers, a messuage in Rawtenstall and specified closes in Newhall Hey, Oakenhead Wood, Deadwen Clough and Rawtenstall, as in DDX 118/113/46 above, also a fulling mill and engine house called Holt Holme Mill in a close called the Great Holme in Lenches surrendered by John Lord of Bankside, clothier, trustee of James Whittaker, late of Broad Clough, gent. deceased

Bond: in £500  DDX 118/113/48  21 Nov. 1791

Contents:
(i) James Haworth of University College, Oxford, travelling physician, to (ii) Thomas Johnson of Manchester, esq., William Hutchinson of Bury, gent., and Henry Hargreaves of Newchurch, gent. (executors of George Ormerod, late of Bury, gent. deceased): to repay a mortgage debt of £250

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/49  1 May, 1792

Contents:
Of Thomas Johnson, William Hutchinson, and Henry Hargreaves, all as above, to a messuage and tenement, barn and closes called the Lower Meadow, the Flash, the Limed, the Stone Pitt Field, the Great Holme and the Back Holme, with 1 day's getting of turves in a close called the Great Height, all in Newhallhey mortgaged for £250 by James Haworth, as in DDX 118/113/48

Copy of DDX 118/113/49  DDX 118/113/50  n.d

Lease: for 99 yrs  DDX 118/113/51  24 Dec. 1792

Contents:
(i) James Whitaker of Broadclough, gent., to (ii) Thomas Edmondson of Dolphinholme, par. Garstang, worsted manufacturer the Lower Farm or Fletchers Tenement with the farm called Gingleholme and closes called the Warth and the Lower Eye with a water course flowing down the River Irwell annual rent £62 for the first 3 years and £100 for the residue of the term

Counterpart of DDX 118/113/51  DDX 118/113/52  n.d

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/53  23 Apr. 1793

Contents:
Of Thomas Edmondson, as DDX 118/113/51, to the property in DDX 118/113/51 above surrendered by James Whittaker, as in DDX 118/113/51

Certificate of the Steward of the Courts for the manor of Accrington concerning the title of James Whitaker to estates in Newhall Hey  DDX 118/113/54  13 Oct. 1793

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/55  6 May, 1794

Contents:
Of Frances Plumb, spinster, and Richard Atherton, esq., both of Preston, as tenants in common, to a capital messuage called Newhall Hey, 2 cottages, 1 barn and closes called the Orchard, the Garden, the Rawtenstall Meadow, the Rye Earth, the Wicken Stile, the Slack Bank, the Little Wood, the Barley Holme, the Warth, the Low Ees now called the Lower Laver Ees mortgaged for £600 by James Whitaker, as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/56  28 Apr. 1801

Contents:
Of James Bradshaw of Darcy Lever, esq., a capital messuage called Newhallhey with closes as in DDX 118/113/55 above, a messuage called Fletchers in Newhallhey, and closes called the Field Above the House, the Two Fields Above the Well, the Further Field, the Great Wood, the Little Wood, the Great Meadow, the Meadow Under the Garden, the Wheat Holme, the Higher Ees, the Water Bank, the Coat Meadow, the Chamber, the two Gingle or Single Holmes, and the Passage surrendered by Charles White of Manchester, esq

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/57  5 Aug. 1801

Contents:
Of Richard Hoyle of Coup, woollen manufacturer, to a messuage called Newhallhey with closes called the Great Rhodes Field, the Slack Bank, the Wicking Stile, the Rye Earth, the Barley Holme and the Rawtenstall Meadow (22 ac.2r. 6p.) surrendered for £1,105 by James Whitaker of Broad Clough, gent

Bond: in £500  DDX 118/113/58  16 Feb. 1807

Contents:
(i) James Haworth of Lincoln's Inn Fields, co. Middlesex, doctor of physic, to (ii) Rev. Francis Hodgson of Bury, clerk: to repay a mortgage debt of £250

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/59  21 Apr. 1807

Contents:
Of the Rev. Francis Hodgson, as DDX 118/113/58 to a messuage and tenement, barn and closes called the Lower Meadow, the Flash, the Limed, the Stone Pitt Field, the Great Holme and the Back Holme, with 1 day's getting of turves in a close called the Great Height, all in Newhallhey surrendered for £250 by Thomas Johnson of Manchester, esq., and Henry Hargreaves of Newchurch, gent

Copy of DDX 118/113/59  DDX 118/113/60  n.d

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/113/61  11 Aug. 1807

Contents:
(i) Jane Bradshaw of Darcy Lever (widow of James Bradshaw), (ii) John Bradshaw of Darcy Lever (son of James Bradshaw, deceased) (iii) Frances Plumbe of Preston, spinster, (iv) Mary Atherton of Greenbank in Preston, widow of Richard Atherton, (v) John Atherton of Prescot, esq., (brother and heir of R.A.) (vi) James Whittaker of Broad Clough, gent. (vii) Laurence Rostron of Edenfield, gent., for confirming the title to copyhold estates in Newhall Hey as a mortgage for £1,500

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/62  20 Oct. 1807

Contents:
Of Lawrence Rostron, as above, to a capital messuage called Newhallhey, with 2 cottages, a barn and specified closes, another messuage called Fletchers, with a cottage, barns and specified closes, all in Newhallhey surrendered by John Bradshaw, Frances Plumbe and John Atherton, by the direction of Jane Bradshaw, Mary Atherton and James Whittaker, all as in DDX 118/113/61 above

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/113/63  18 Jan. 1811

Contents:
(i) William Atherton of Liverpool, esq., (eldest son and heir of Richard Atherton, deceased) (ii) Nicholas Grimshaw of Preston, gent. treasurer to the trustees of Dr. Shepherd's Library, (iii) James Whitaker, as above (iv) Richard Hoyle of Clough Fold, woollen manufacturer, (v) Lawrence Rostron, as above: on the surrender of parts of Newhallhey estate and part of Fletchers tenement for £275 by R.H. Subject to a mortgage of L.R

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/64  30 Apr. 1811

Contents:
Of Lawrence Rostron, as above, to closes called the Lower or Saunders Warth, the Top Warth, the Long Warth, the Highemost Eye, the Lowermost Eye, the Middle Eye, the Great Meadow, the Meadow Before the Door, the Little Holme, the Wood At the End of the Bridge, the Wood at the Side of the Saunder Rake, and several small plots of land surrendered by William Atherton at the request of Nicholas Grimshaw, for £300, and James Whitaker for £275, paid by Richard Hoyle, all as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/65  30 Apr. 1811

Contents:
Of Richard Hoyle, as above, to the property specified in DDX 118/113/64 above surrendered for £1,000 by Thomas Edmondson of Grassyard Hall, Lancaster, for the residue of a term of 99 years

Will of Lawrence Rostron the Elder of Edenfield, gent  DDX 118/113/66  12 Feb. 1812

Contents:
Property in Great Bolton, the manor of Tottington, Holcome Moor, Edenfield, to son John Rostron and Robert Kay of Birwood within Tottington Lower End, cotton manufacturer, on specified trusts: specified bequests of personal property

Lease: for 99 yrs  DDX 118/113/67  17 Apr. 1812

Contents:
(i) James Haworth of Bedford Row, co. Middlesex, doctor of physic, to (ii) Richard Hoyle of Clough Fold, woollen manufacturer the falls of water on the River Irwell belonging to a close called the Great Holme at Newhallhey annual rent £14. 13. 4

Counterpart of DDX 118/113/67  DDX 118/113/68  n.d

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/69  20 Oct. 1812

Contents:
Of Henry Wilkinson of Haslingden, corn dealer, to a messuage and tenement, barn and closes called the Lower Meadow, the Marled, the Flash, the Limed, the Stonepit Field, the Great Holme and the Back Holme, with a day's getting of turves in a close called the Great Height surrendered for £400 by Sarah Newby of Haddenham Co. Buckingham, widow of the Rev. Joshua Newby, late Rector of Great Rollright, co. Oxford, and the Rev. Joshua Holmez Newby of Haddenham, clerk, by the direction of Jane Haworth, as above

Copy of DDX 118/113/69  DDX 118/113/70  [n.d.]

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/71  10 Oct. 1815

Contents:
On the death of Richard Hoyle, formerly of Cowpe and afterwards of Cloughfold, woollen manufacturer, who died possessed of a capital messuage called New Hall Hey, consisting of a mansion house, 2 cottages, 1 barn and closes called the Royd Field, the Slack Bank, the Wicking Style, the Rye Earth, the Barley Holme, and the Rawtenstall Meadow (22 ac. 2r. 6p.) and 2 closes at Waterside at Deadwen Clough called the Higher Holme and the Lower Holme (2ac. 20p.)
Admittance of nephew Henry Hoyle of Cloughfold, woollen manufacturer

Conditions of sale of New Hall Hey Farm  DDX 118/113/72  29 Oct. 1824

A survey of Newhallhey with the value  DDX 118/113/73  N.D

List of closes belonging to Newhallhey  DDX 118/113/74  N.D

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/75  12 Apr. 1825

Contents:
Of Joseph Hopkinson of Top of Horncliffe, par. Bury, farmer, to a plot of land in 2 closes called the Back Clough, and Clough Field within Hall Carr (167¾ sq. yds.) surrendered for £32.9.0. by Henry Hoyle of Newhallhey, woollen manufacturer

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/113/76  10 Jun. 1825

Contents:
(i) Mary Cassels of Lancaster, widow, Elizabeth wife of Richard Hodgson of Bury, cotton manufacturer, and Susannah Hodgson of Bury, spinster, (ii) Jane Frances Haworth of Red Lion Square, co. Middlesex, widow of James Haworth, deceased, (iii) Henry Hoyle, as above, on the surrender of the property specified in DDX 118/113/69 above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/77  25 Oct. 1825

Contents:
Of Henry Hoyle, as above, to the property specified in DDX 118/113/69 above surrendered for £250 by Mary Cassels, Elizabeth Hodgson and Susannah Hodgson, all as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/78  24 Oct. 1826

Contents:
Of Henry Hoyle, as above, to a plot of land in a close called the Field Behind the House in Newhallhey surrendered for £29 by George Pickup of Rawtenstall, yeoman

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/79  27 Apr. 1830

Contents:
Of James Hargreaves of Constables Holme, yeoman, to a messuage in Hall Carr erected on a piece of land purchased from Henry Hoyle mortgaged for £120 by Joseph Hopkinson, late of Top of Horncliffe, par. Bury, but now of Hall Carr, woollen spinner

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/80  26 Oct. 1830

Contents:
Of Henry Hoyle, as above, to a capital messuage called New Hall Hey, 2 cottages, 1 barn and specified closes, also a messuage called Fletchers with specified closes, and other specified closes all in Newhallhey surrendered for £1,500 by Mary Rostron of Edenfield, widow, John Rostron of Edenfield, gent. and Robert Kay of Holcome Brook, gent

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/81  1 May, 1832

Contents:
Of Henry Hoyle, as above, to a plot of land (167¾ sq. yds.) part of 2 closes called the Back Clough and Clough Field with 2 dwelling houses surrendered for £120 by James Hargreaves of Constablee Holme, yeoman, and for £160 by Joseph Hopkinson of Hall Carr, woollen spinner

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/113/82  18 Jan. 1834

Contents:
(i) Henry Hoyle of Newhallhey, merchant, (ii) Peggy Butterworth of Sunnyside in the Forest of Rossendale, widow, George Haworth of Hawthorn House, gent. and George Hargreaves of Newchurch, gent. (trustees of the will of Henry Butterworth of Sunnyside, calico printer, deceased.) On the surrender of property in Newhallhey for £3,000 by H.H. by way of mortgage

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/83  15 Apr. 1834

Contents:
Of Peggy Butterworth, George Haworth and George Hargreaves, as above, to a capital messuage called New Hallhey, consisting of a mansion house, 2 cottages, 1 barn and specified closes, and also specified closes and plots of land, part of New Hallhey and Fletchers tenements, the watercourse of the River Irwell and a plot of land in Oakenhead Wood surrendered for £3,000 by Henry Hoyle, as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/84  1 Oct. 1839

Contents:
Of Henry Hoyle, as above, to the property in DDX 118/113/83 above reconveyed for £3,000 by Peggy Butterworth, George Haworth and George Hargreaves, all as above

Agreement  DDX 118/113/85  9 Apr. 1842

Contents:
(i) John Taylor, esq., Rev. John Master Whalley and William Whalley, esq., (ii) William Turner, esq. For the sale to W.T. of the tithes of corn and grain and the mortuaries of Haslingden, Lower Booths, Henheads, Higher Booths and Dunnockshaw in the parish of Whalley, for £981.15.0

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/113/86  15 May, 1848

Contents:
(i) Henry Hoyle of New Hall Hey, woollen manufacturer, and (ii) The East Lancashire Railway Company, to accompany a conveyance of property in Cowpe Lenches, New Hall Hey, Hall Carr and Lower Booths

Conveyance: for £1950  DDX 118/113/87  15 May, 1848

Contents:
(i) and (ii) as in DDX 118/113/86 above property in Cowpe Lenches, Newhall Hey, Hall Carr and Lower Booths (Copy)

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/113/88  15 May, 1848

Contents:
(i) and (ii) as in DDX 118/113/86 above. To accompany a conveyance of property in Lower Booths (Copy)

Conveyance: for £807.10.0  DDX 118/113/89  15 May, 1848

Contents:
(i) and (ii) as above property in Lower Booths (Copy)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/90  13 Apr. 1858

Contents:
Of Henry Hoyle, as above, to a strip of land on the north easterly side of a close called the Croft in New Hall Hey surrendered for £24 to Richard Townsend of Holme, gent. and £24 to Joshua Townsend and John Townsend, both of Townsend Fold, cotton spinners, and Richard Townsend of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer, devisees of John Townsend, deceased

Surrender in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/91  1861

Contents:
By Henry Hoyle of Newhallhey, esq., for £20,000 paid by Henry Hoyle Hardman of Horncliffe House in Tottington Higher End, Richard Hoyle Hardman of Cliffe Side near Rawtenstall and George Edward Hardman of Newfield House in Haslingden, all woollen manufacturers, a plot of land (54,476 sq. yds) in Newhallhey, with a cotton mill & buildings surrendered for £20,000 by Henry Hoyle of Newhallhey esq (Copy). 31 Aug. 1861

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/113/92  31 Aug. 1861

Contents:
(i) Henry Hoyle (ii) Henry Hoyle Hardman, Richard Hoyle Hardman and George Edward Hardman, all as above, on the surrender of property in Newhallhey. (Copy)

Covenant  DDX 118/113/93  31 Aug. 1861

Contents:
(i) and (ii) as in DDX 118/113/92: to produce title deeds relating to property in DDX 118/113/91. (Copy)

Plan of the cotton mill and land referred to in DDX 118/113/91 above  DDX 118/113/94  n.d

Agreement  DDX 118/113/95  1863

Contents:
(i) The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, (ii) Messrs. Hardman: (ii) to make a road from their mill to the Company's goods yard, for the purpose of carting ashes (incomplete copy)

Plan of an intended improvement in widening the Haslingden and Todmorden turnpike road over the River Limy, Rawtenstall  DDX 118/113/96  1865

Mr. Christie's opinion concerning the paving of a footpath in a dispute between Schofield's trustees and Messrs. Hardman  DDX 118/113/97  4 Mar. 1873

Conveyance: for £1,461.15.0  DDX 118/113/98  22 Aug. 1884

Contents:
(i) Rev. Henry Haworth of Westbrook Lodge, Bolton-le-Sands, clerk, and James Henry Scholfield of Rochdale, esq. (ii) George William Law Schofield of New Hall Hey, esq., and Mary Ann, his wife, (iii) the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company plots of land (437 sq. yds. altogether) in Rawtenstall

Arbitration of William Hopwood of Blackburn, land agent, and Richard Taylor of Rawtenstall, surveyor  DDX 118/113/99  1 Nov. 1884

Contents:
Concerning the repairing of a road over a close called 'Long Holme' leading from the Burnley and Edenfield turnpike road to Messrs. Hardman's mill at Rawtenstall

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/113/100  21 Apr. 1885

Contents:
Of the Rev. Henry Haworth of Bolton-le-Sands, clerk, and James Henry Scholfield of North View, Whitworth, gent, to a strip of land forming the bed of the River Limy at Rawtenstall surrendered for £45 by Thomas Walton Stead of Liverpool, accountant, Adam Bealey of Harrogate, co. York, doctor of medecine, and Richard Bateson of Brooks Bottom, par. Bury, book keeper (trustees of the late John Robinson Kay of Walmsley House, par. Bury, esq. deceased)

Agreement  DDX 118/113/101  17 Nov. 1890

Contents:
(i) The National Telephone Company Ltd., (ii) G.W.L. Schofield of New Hall Hey, esq. For erection of telegraph poles at New Hall Hey

Agreement  DDX 118/113/102  1 Aug. 1890

Contents:
To repair any damage caused by the erection of a telegraph pole on Captain Schofield's property

Conveyance: for £380  DDX 118/113/103  20 Oct. 1903

Contents:
(i) George William Law Schofield of New Hall Hey, gent. (ii) John Hargreaves Law of Red Bank, Bispham, nr Blackpool, gent. and Edmund Lord of Belmont, Rawtenstall, gent. (iii) Richard Ashworth of Ashlands, Newchurch, felt manufacturer a plot of land in New Hall Hey

Parcel No. 19. - various owners  [no ref. or date]

The Turfhouse Estate at Haslingden  DDX 118/114  [n.d.]

Bargain and Sale  DDX 118/114/1  27 Apr. 1614

Contents:
Robert Barnes of Haslingden, yeoman, to John Lomas of Haslingden, chapman a messuage and closes called the Croft att the Doare, the Lower Croft, the Head of the Roughe Hey, the Lower End of the Rough Hey and a parcel of land in a close called the Over Meadow, all in Haslingden
Witn: James Ryshton, Henri Crook, Richard Duckworth, jun. Henry Cowper

Bargain and Sale  DDX 118/114/2  18 Jan. 1622/3

Contents:
John Lomas to Giles Hoyle, both of Haslingden, yeomen property as in DDX 118/114/1 above Witn: Richard Booth, James Rishton, And. Holden

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/114/3  19 Oct. 1624

Contents:
Of Giles Hoile of Haslingden to 4 falls of land, and a house called the Turfhouse, situated on Flaxmoss at Haslingden by decree of the King

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/114/4  13 Apr. 1627

Contents:
Of Andrew Hey, son of Ralph Hey of Hellshore in Haslingden, to a parcel of land on Flaxmoss surrendered by R.H

Exchange  DDX 118/114/5  24 Nov. 1640

Contents:
(i) Gyles Hoyle of Deangreaves, yeoman, (ii) John Hargreves of Helmcrofte in Haslingden a messuage in Haslingden, a garden and a house called the Turfhowse, and closes called the Crofte att the Doore, the Lower Crofte, the Head of the Roughehey, the Lower End of the Rough Hey, and part of a close called the Overmedowe in exchange for lands in Helmcrofte
Witn: Robart Hey, George Barnes, John Haworth, Andr. Holden

Bargain and sale: for £140  DDX 118/114/6  23 Feb. 1641

Contents:
(i) John Hargreves, as above to (ii) James Hargreves of Whitecrofte, husbandman a messuage in Haslingden, a house called Turfehowse and closes as specified in DDX 118/114/5 above
Witn: Raphe Rishton, John Haworth, Andr. Holden

Lease: for 100 yrs: for £50  DDX 118/114/7  10 Aug. 1647

Contents:
(i) Nicholas Hey of Helshore, yeoman, to (ii) Gyles Hoyle of Deannegreaves in Haslingden, yeoman a messuage in Haslingden, and closes called the Crofte on the Backe of the Barne, the Over Meadow, the Lower Meadow, a parcel of land lying beyond the Milne Brooke and a parcel of land in a close called the Crofte at the Doore annual rent 1d
Witn: Andr. Holden, Tho. Elton, Tho. Holden

Bargain and sale  DDX 118/114/8  17 Jan. 1649

Contents:
Nicholas Hey to Gyles Hoyle, both as above the property specified in DDX 118/114/7 above
Witn: Andr. Holden, John Hoyle, Tho. Holden

Lease: for 1,000 yrs: for £125  DDX 118/114/9  1 Jan. 1674

Contents:
(i) James Hargreaves of Flaxmosse, yeoman, to (ii) Thomas Holden of Briggend in Haslingden a messuage in Haslingden with a barn, a turf house, and closes called the Crofte at the Doore, the Lower Crofte, the Head of the Rough Hey, the Lower End of the Rough Hey, and part of a close called the Over Medow annual rent 1 peppercorn
Witn: John Haworth, Richard Duckworth, Jos. Nuttall, Oliver Nabb

Release: for £5  DDX 118/114/10  2 Feb. 1674

Contents:
James Hargreaves to Thomas Holden, both as above the property in DDX 118/114/9 above
Witn: John Haworth, Richard Duckworth, Jos. Nuttall, Oliver Nabb

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/114/11  7 May, 1674

Contents:
Of Thomas Holden, as above, to a house called a turfehouse and 4 falls of land on Flaxmosse surrendered for £10 by James Hargreaves as above

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/114/12  13 May, 1676

Contents:
On the death of Robert Hey, late of Haslingden, who died possessed of a cottage and 2 falls of land on Flaxmosse
Admittance of brother Andrew Hey

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/114/13  16 May, 1690

Contents:
Of Henry Kaley of Todmerdenedge in Hundersfeild, yeoman, to a turfehouse and 4 falls of land on Flaxmosse surrendered by Thomas Holden of Bridgend, blacksmith

Bargain and sale: for £380  DDX 118/114/14  30 Aug. 1763

Contents:
(i) Henry Ecroyd of Little Marsden, yeoman, to (ii) Richard Hoyle, of Dearden Yate, clothier a messuage in Haslingden, a barn, a turfhouse and closes called the Croft at the Door, the Lower Croft, the Head of the Rough Hey, the Lower End of the Rough Hey and a parcel of land in a close called the Over Meadow

Abstract of title to buildings called the Sandpits in Flaxmoss  DDX 118/114/15  28 Oct. 1763 - 26 Oct. 1819

Partition by lease and release  DDX 118/114/26  1822

Contents:
(i) Thomas Rawstron of Long-side within Haslingden, woollen weaver (eldest son of Henry Rawstron, late of White Croft, clothier, deceased) (ii) Ann Kay, widow of Robert Kay, late of Causeywayhead, yeoman, deceased, (iii) John Kay of Goodshawfold, cotton spinner and Ann his wife (iv) George Ashworth of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer (v) Mary Kay of Flaxmoss, widow of Thomas Kay, late of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer, (vi) James Stott, woollen manufacturer and Ann his wife, Thomas Smith, Woollen manufacturer and Mary his wife, and Alice Kay, spinster, all of Flaxmoss (vii) James Ormerod of Cams Mill within Haslingden, fulling miller 2 dwelling houses formerly called the Turf House, and closes called the New Meadow lying to the turnpike Road, the Little Croft adjoining the same, half of the Lower or Old Meadow, the Little Mill Field and the Great Mill Field Bottom to the use of persons to be appointed by John Kay, meantime to the use of J.K. a dwelling house, warehouse, barn, shippon and other buildings and closes called the Little Meadow lying to the Turnpike Road, the Great Croft and half of the Lower or Old Meadow, the Great Mill Field Top to the use of George Ashworth in trust for James Stott, Thomas Smith and Alice Kay as tenants in common
29/30 Apr. 1822

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/27  30 Apr. 1822

Contents:
Of John Kay, as above, to 2 dwelling houses formerly called the Turf House, a close called the New Meadow lying to the Turnpike Road, all in Flaxmoss, and an undivided moiety of 20 falls of land on the High Moor in Haslingden surrendered by Thomas Rawstron, as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/28  30 Apr. 1822

Contents:
Of George Ashworth, as above, to a dwelling house, warehouse, barn, shippon, and a close called the Little Meadow adjoining the turnpike road, all in Flaxmoss surrendered by Thomas Rawstron, as above, G.A. to hold on trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/29  12 May, 1825

Contents:
Of James Stott of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer, to a plot of ground in 2 closes called the Little Meadow and the New Meadow, in Flaxmoss (573½ sq. yds) surrendered for 5/- by George Ashworth, as above, and for £36 by Thomas Smith and Peter Whitehead of Flaxmoss, cotton manufacturer

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/114/30  31 Aug. 1826

Contents:
(i) Richard Houghton, yeoman, James Scott, innkeeper, both of Flaxmoss, John Scott of Hollin Bank Bar neae Haslingden, dyer and Margaret his wife, Joseph Niel of Haslingden, innkeeper, and Alice his wife, Margaret Holt, widow, John Holt, woollen manufacturer, and Peggy his wife, all of Deardengate, Ann Whittaker of Haslingden, spinster, James Holt of Deardengate, woollen manufacturer, Richard Rostron of Edenfield and Nanny his wife, Joshua Haldren of Aldermanbury in the City of London, warehouseman, and Susan his wife, Alice Duckett of Deardengate, widow, Thomas Brennand of Wood Street, London and Betty his wife, John Bell of Manchester, commission agent, George Bell of Haslingden, innkeeper, William Bell of the City of London, gent., Houghton Bell of Deardengate, gent., Peter Bell of Deardengate, merchant, and Ellen Bell of Deardengate, spinster, (ii) James Hoyle of Flaxmoss, gent. (i) to surrender 2 cottages in Flaxmoss adjoining the Bay Horse Inn

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/31  31 Aug. 1826

Contents:
Of James Hoyle, as above, to 2 cottages adjoining the Bay Horse Inn surrendered for £145 by the parties in (i) in DDX 118/114/30 above

Lease: for 1 yr  DDX 118/114/32  22 Oct. 1827

Contents:
(i) George Ashworth James Stott, Woollen manufacturers, Thomas Smith, Woollen manufacturer and Mary his wife, and Peter Whitehead of Rawtenstall, cotton manufacturer and Alice his wife, to (ii) James Ormerod of Cams Mill, fulling miller a messuage, warehouse, barn and closes called the Little Meadow lying to the Turnpike Road, the Great Croft, one half of the Lower or Old Meadow and the Great Mill Field Top, all in Flaxmoss

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/33  23 Oct. 1827

Contents:
Of Thomas Smith, as above, to a dwelling house (formerly called the Turf House with a warehouse and barn and a close called the Little Meadow adjoining the Turnpike Road, and a moiety of 20 falls of uninclosed land on High Moor surrendered for 5/- by George Ashworth and for £50 by James Stott, Peter Whitehead and Alice his wife, all as above

Final concord  DDX 118/114/34  8 Mar. 1828

Contents:
For £333.6.8: James Ormerod, plaintiff, and Thomas Smith and Mary his wife, Peter Whitehead and Alice his wife, deforceants 5 undivided ninth parts of 2 messuages, 1 warehouse, 1 barn and other buildings, 6 ac. land, 2 ac. meadow, 4 ac. pasture and 1 ac. land covered with water in Haslingden

Bond: in £200  DDX 118/114/35  11 Jul. 1828

Contents:
James Stott of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer, to John Kay of Goodshaw Fold, cotton spinner: to indemnify J.K. for the peaceful possession of one sixth part of specified property in Flaxmoss

Will of James Hoyle of Flaxmoss, gent  DDX 118/114/36  1827-1831

Contents:
All real and personal estate to Thomas Holden of Flaxmoss, woollen weaver, Charles Haworth of Snighole and George Haworth of Holme, woollen carders, on various specified trusts. Dated 16 Jun. 1827
Probate granted 12 Apr. 1831

Admittance in the court of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/37  26 Apr. 1831

Contents:
Of Thomas Holden, Charles Haworth and George Haworth, all as above, to 2 dwelling houses adjoining the Bay Horse Inn at Flaxmoss surrendered by James Hoyle of Flaxmoss, gent., on trusts to be declared in his will

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/38  6 Oct. 1835

Contents:
Of Thomas Smith of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer, to 2 cottages formerly called the Turf House and a plot of land in a close called the New Meadow, all in Flaxmoss surrendered for £150 by John Kay of Goodshaw Fold, cotton manufacturer

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/39  3 Oct. 1837

Contents:
Of Thomas Smith, as above, to a plot of land in 2 closes called the Little Meadow and the New Meadow in Flaxmoss surrendered for £180 by James Stott of Flaxmoss

Appointment and release: for £450  DDX 118/114/40  15 Oct. 1842

Contents:
To (ii) and £295 to (iii): (i) Henry Haworth Stott of Flaxmoss, cotton spinner, (ii) James Stott of Sykeside House, Haslingden, woollen manufacturer, (iii) John Kay of Goodshaw Fold, cotton manufacturer, (iv) Thomas Smith, as above, (v) James Ormerod of Cams Mill, in Haslingden, fulling miller a close called the Little Meadow or the New Meadow, together with the Little Croft adjoining, at Flaxmoss Power of appointment to T.S

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/41  25 Apr. 1843

Contents:
Of Thomas Smith, as above, to a close called the New Meadow in Flaxmoss surrendered for £55 by John Kay, as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/42  15 Apr. 1856

Contents:
Of Thomas Smith, as above, to 2 cottages adjoining the Bay Horse Inn at Flaxmoss surrendered for £155 by Abraham Haworth of Boarsgreave within Spotland, engineer

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/43  13 Oct. 1857

Contents:
Of Thomas Smith, as above, to the Bay Horse Inn and a dwelling house at Flaxmoss surrendered for £650 by John Hall of Clough End, coal proprietor

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/44  23 Apr. 1881

Contents:
Of Thomas Kay Smith of Flaxmoss, gent., and George Haworth of Stretford, gent., devisees in trust of Thomas Smith of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer, deceased, to all the property (specified) of which T.S. died seised to hold on trusts specified in his will

Conveyance  DDX 118/114/45  13 Feb. 1894

Contents:
(i) George Haworth of Bowden, co. Chester, gent., (ii) G.H., George Ashworth Smith of Westbourne, Helmshore, esq., and William Henry Smith of Haslingden, woollen manufacturer, (iii) G.A.S. and W.H.S. and G.H., (iv) W.H.S. the freehold portion of the Turf House Estate covenant to surrender the copyhold portion

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/114/46  17 Apr. 1894

Contents:
Of William Henry Smith, as above, to the copyhold portions of the Turfhouse Estate surrendered by George Ashworth Smith and William Henry Smith, as above

Certificate of contract for the redemption of land tax of William Henry Smith  DDX 118/114/47  25 Jun. 1897

Contents:
For a mansion known as Turfcote and other buildings and land

Parcel 20 - Various owners  [no ref. or date]

Land in Bury Road and elsewhere in Haslingden  DDX 118/115  [n.d.]

Abstract of Mr. John Holden's title  DDX 118/115/1  29 Apr. 1747 - 14 May, 1777

Contents:
To 2 dwelling houses, 1 stable, 1 garden and 1 croft in Haslingden

Abstract of Mr. John Holden's title  DDX 118/115/2  27 Oct. 1767 - 18 Oct. 1791

Contents:
To a newly erected dwelling house, a barn and other buildings called the Cold Well, and closes called the Great Cold Well Meadow, the Cold Well, the Marled Earth, the Spout Field, the Spring Field and the Highmost Close, and 2½ ac. common, on High Moor, all in Haslingden

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/3  2 May, 1797

Contents:
Of Richard Lonsdale of Haslingden, gent. to a plot of land in a meadow called the Brickfield (350 sq. yds) surrendered for £31.5.0. by John Hoyle, senior, of Haslingden, merchant, and Dorothy his wife

A particular of the copyhold estates of John Holden in Haslingden  DDX 118/115/4  28 May, 1798

Contents:
To be sold pursuant to a decree in the High Court of Chancery in Robert Holden V. Daniel Gregory and Others

Order for Mr. John Sale to pay £495, the purchase money for lot No. 3  DDX 118/115/5  8 Nov. 1798

Deed of convenant: for £495  DDX 118/115/6  1 Jan. 1799

Contents:
(i) John Holden of Musbury, George Duckworth of Granehead in Haslingden, weaver, John Taylor of Hollingate, and James Heap of Slackhead, all weavers, (ii) Richard Lonsdale of Haslingden, merchant and Mary his wife (iii) Robert Holden of Coldwells, yeoman, (iv) Anne Holden of Coldwells, widow of Thomas Holden, late of Coldwells, yeoman, (v) John Nelson of Sheffield, co. York, mason, and Ellen his wife (vi) John Sale of Haslingden, woollen manufacturer,: to surrender a building used as a Methodist chapel, a dwelling house adjoining and a plot of land (3,000 sq. yds) in Haslingden

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/7  22 Oct. 1799

Contents:
Of John Sale, as above, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/6 above surrendered by the parties in (i) (v) in DDX 118/115/6 above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/8  29 Apr. 1800

Contents:
Of John Sale, as above, to a plot of land in a meadow called the Brick Field (350 sq. yds) in Haslingden surrendered for £31.10.0 by Richard Lonsdale, as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/9  29 Apr. 1800

Contents:
Of John Sale, as above, to a plot of ground at the top of a Croft late the property of John Holden of Coldwells, deceased surrendered for £3.12.0 by Daniel Lonsdale of Haslingden, gent., Henry Hargreaves of Newchurch, gent., and Thomas Hilton of Manchester, sadler

Power of Attorney  DDX 118/115/10  21 Jun. 1806

Contents:
Elizabeth Sale, widow, and Henry Wilkinson, merchant, both of Haslingden, executors of John Sale, deceased, to Peter Sale of Haslingden, woollen manufacturer, to collect the debts owing to J.S

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/11  24 Oct. 1809

Contents:
Of Gilbert Welsh of Constablee, gent, to dwelling houses, a warehouse, gardens, a croft and other buildings at the Causeway in Haslingden surrendered by John Sale, now deceased, in 1806. G.W. to hold on the trusts declared in J.S's will

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/12  24 Oct. 1820

Contents:
Of Ann Sale, Elizabeth Sale, the daughter, and Rachael Sale, all of Haslingden, spinsters. to one fourth part of a building formerly used as a Methodist Chapel, a dwelling house and a plot of ground adjoining, a plot of land in a meadow called the Brick Field, a plot of ground formerly the property of John Holden, deceased, also a dwelling house and a plot of land called the Croft, all in Haslingden surrendered for £227.10.0 by Peter Sale of Haslingden, gent. A.S. E.S and R.S. to hold as tenants in common

Abstract of title to a copyhold plot of land called the Croft in Haslingden  DDX 118/115/13  3 Dec. 1836 - 3 Mar. 1892

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/14  2 Oct. 1838

Contents:
Of Henry Whitehead of Rocdale, gent., to an undivided moiety of a messuage commonly called the New Inn with a close called the Croft, a blacksmith's shop, 4 cottages adjoining the New Inn, 2 cottages in Lane Side, 2 closes called the Meadows in Oakenhead Wood, 3 closes at Lane Side and Pike Low, and a farm and 2 cottages at Cribden Side surrendered by James Leach of Rochdale, woollen draper, and Esther his wife, further to their marriage settlement. H.W. to hold on trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/15  6 Oct. 1840

Contents:
Of Lawrence Rutter of Rochdale, grocer, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/14 above surrendered by Henry Whitehead, as above, L.R. to hold on trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/16  6 Oct. 1840

Contents:
Of Rachael Sale of Haslingden, spinster, to two undivided third parts of the property specified in DDX 118/115/12 surrendered for £350 by the Rev. William Gray of Haslingden, clerk, and George Whiteley of Halifax, co. York, card maker, trustees of the marriage settlement of Anne Sale and William Stansfield, and for £350 by William Stansfield, Joseph Whiteley of Halifax, co. York, card maker and James Ward of Elland, par. Halifax, co. York, maltster, trustees of the marriage settlement of Elizabeth Sale and George Whiteley

Grant  DDX 118/115/17  15 Apr. 1848

Contents:
(i) George Whiteley of Halifax, co. York, cardmaker (ii) William Stansfield of Haslingden, surgeon (iii) Richard Palmer of Preston, gent. (iv) William Turner of Flax Moss, woollen manufacturer, Ralph Turner of Carter Place near Haslingden, woollen manufacturer, Lawrence Hitchen of Wakefield, co. York, woolstapler, and William Turner Clegg of Haslingden, gent. (v) Thomas Woodcock of Haslingden, gent. and Ann his wife, and James Leach, late of Rochdale but now of Heywood, woollen draper, and Esther his wife (vi) Thomas Aitken of Chadderton, cotton spinner (vii) John Leach of Captain Fold, land surveyor, (viii) T.A. and John Hall of Clough End, dyer a messuage called the New Inn with buildings and a close called the Croft, a blacksmith's shop, a butcher's shop and 2 cottages in Haslingden

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/18  25 Apr. 1848

Contents:
Of Thomas Aitken and John Hall, both as above, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/17 above surrendered by the parties in (i) - (vii) in DDX 118/115/17 above, for the residue of a term of 5,000 years, subject to a mortgage

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/19  2 Oct. 1849

Contents:
Of William Stansfield and George Whiteley, both as above, to a parcel of land in the Brick Field surrendered by Robert Hargreaves of Bank House within Accrington, calico printer, by the direction of John Hoyle of Haslingden, gent., W.S. and G.W. to hold as feoffees in trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/20  13 Apr. 1858

Contents:
Of George Whiteley, as above, Richard Ingham of Hallroyde, co. York, and John Stott of Haslingden, both cotton manufacturers, to a dwelling house formerly used as a Methodist Chapel and a dwelling house and plot of land adjoining, a plot of land in the Brick Field and a plot of land in a croft which formerly belonged to John Holden of Coldwells surrendered by Rachael Clegg of Haslingden, widow of the late William Turner Clegg. G.W. R.I. and J.S. to hold on the trusts declared in the marriage settlement of R.V. and W.T.C

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/21  12 Oct. 1858

Contents:
Of Rachael Clegg, as above, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/20 above surrendered by George Whiteley, Richard Ingham and John Stott, all as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/22  1 Jun. 1861

Contents:
Of Gilbert Hamer of Reeds Holme, pattern designer, John Hamer of Manchester, book keeper, and Richard Hamer now of High Constablee, book keeper, to a dwelling house, warehouse and other buildings at the Causeway in Haslingden to hold upon specified trusts

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/23  15 Oct. 1861

Contents:
Rachael Clegg of Haslingden, widow, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/20 surrendered by Gilbert Hamer, John Hamer and Richars Hamer, all as above

Admittance in the court of the manor Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/24  15 Oct. 1861

Contents:
Of John Stott of Haslingden, cotton spinner and manufacturer, to 2 houses in Bury Road in Haslingden with the gardens adjoining, 6 houses in Haslingden on the north side of the turnpike road, and a small plot of land on the west side of the bowling green surrendered for £760 by James Stansfield and George Whiteley, and for £1,140 by J.S. and G.W., William Ingham and James Stott, and for 10/- to Richard Ingham and Elizabeth his wife, John Richardson and Hester, his wife, Gilbert Hamer, John Hamer and Richard Hamer

Assignment of mortgage  DDX 118/115/25  9 Jul. 1864

Contents:
For residue of a term of £5,000 years: for £575: (i) John Hall of Clough End near Haslingden, coal merchant, (ii) James Leach of Heywood, labourer, and Esther his wife, (iii) Thomas Woodcock New Inn with a close of ground called the Croft, a blacksmith's shop, a cottage and butcher's shop, and 2 cottages Equity of redemption to (ii)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/26  18 Oct. 1864

Contents:
Of Thomas Woodcock, as above, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/25 above surrendered for £575 by John Hall, as above, for the residue of a term of 5,000 years

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/27  18 Oct. 1864

Contents:
Of John Ashworth of Haslingden, slater, to a plot of land on the south east side of Sheepgreen with the 4 dwelling houses erected on it surrendered for £273 by Thomas Cowpe of Syke Side, woollen spinner, William Horrocks of Flaxmoss, wool sorter, and Brown Clark of Sheepgreen, shopkeeper, and for 10/- by George Poskitt, schoolmaster, John Warburton, cotton manufacturer, and John Eastwood, manager of a cotton mill, all of Haslingden

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/28  18 Oct. 1870

Contents:
Of Christopher Willan of Flaxmoss, farmer, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/27 above surrendered for £260 by John Ashworth, as above

Assignment of mortgage  DDX 118/115/29  25 Apr. 1876

Contents:
For residue of a term of 5,000 years: for £575: (i) Thomas Woodcock of Haslingden, gent., (ii) James Leach of Heywood, labourer, and Esther his wife, (iii) Grimshaw Holt of Haslingden, innkeeper the property specified in DDX 118/115/25 above Equity of redemption to (ii)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/30  25 Apr. 1876

Contents:
Of Grimshaw Holt, as above, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/25 above surrendered for £575 by Thomas Woodcock as above. For the residue of a term of 5,000 years

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/31  1 Apr. 1879

Contents:
Of Robert Leach of Captain Fold, Heywood, surveyor, eldest son and heir of John Leach, to an undivided moiety of a dwelling house called the New Inn and a close called the Croft, a blacksmith's shop, 4 cottages in Haslingden, 2 cottages at Lane Side in Haslingden, 2 closes called the Meadows in Oakenhead, 3 closes at Lane Side and Pike Low and a farm with 2 cottages and several closes at Cribden Side further to the will of J.L. R.L. to hold on trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/32  16 Aug. 1880

Contents:
Of Elizabeth Ingham of Hallroyd, co. York, widow, John Richardson of the Grove, Camberwell, London, clerk, and John Stott of Haslingden, cotton manufacturer, to a building formerly used as a Methodist Chapel, a house adjoining, and a parcel of land, a plot of land in the Brick Field, a plot of land in a croft formerly the property of John Holden further to the will of Rachael Clegg of Chapel House, Haslingden, widow
To hold on trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/33  19 Oct. 1880

Contents:
Of William Henry Smith of Turfcote, Helmshore, woollen manufacturer, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/32 surrendered by Elizabeth Ingham, John Richardson and John Stott, all as above, for £2,275 paid to Vernon Stott of Spring Field, Haslingden, cotton spinner

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/34  30 Apr. 1889

Contents:
Of Laurence Willan of Causeway Head, Haslingden, tackler, to a plot of land on the south east side of Sheep Green, and 4 dwelling houses erected on it surrendered for £260 by Christopher Willan of Flaxmoss, farmer

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/35  20 Sept. 1890

Contents:
Of Elizabeth Holt, widow of Grimshaw Holt, late of Haslingden, innkeeper, to a dwelling house called the New Inn, other buildings and a close called the Croft, a blacksmith's shop, a cottage and butchers shop and 2 cottages for the residue of a term of 5,000 years

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/36  21 Oct. 1890

Contents:
Of Robert Leach of Rochdale Road, Heywood, surveyor, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/35 surrendered for £575 by Elizabeth Holt, as above. The term of 5,000 yrs to be merged in the reversion

Supplemental abstract of title to a copyhold plot of land called the Croft at Haslingden  DDX 118/115/37  4 Aug. 1892

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/38  6 Aug. 1892

Contents:
Of John Leach of No. 6 Barton Street, Westminster, co.Middlesex, and Edwin Crabtree of Holly House, Heywood, waste dealer, to the property specified in DDX 118/115/35 above further to the will of Robert Leach of Rochdale Road, Heywood, surveyor. J.L. and E.C. to hold on trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/115/39  18 Oct. 1892

Contents:
Of William Henry Smith of Beech House, Haslingden, woollen manufacturer, to specified property in Haslingden surrendered for £900 by John Leach and Edwin Crabtree, both as above

Lease and release: for £250  DDX 118/116/7  24, 25 Apr. 1794

Contents:
To (ii) £650. to (i): (i) Thomas Pemberton of Blackburn, yeoman (eldest son and heir of John Pemberton late of Blackburn, yeoman, deceased, James Pemberton of Blackburn, yeoman, and Thomas Sharples of the Higher [...] Sum in Blackburn, innkeeper, (all devisees in trust of the will of J.P.) (ii) Michael Hughes of Ravenhead, esq., and Mary his wife, (iii) Hugh Suart of Oswaldtwisle, sizer, of cotton twist, (iv) Robert Suart of Blackburn, sizer of cotton twist, (v) Thomas Ashburner of Blackburn, whitster Haydocks tenement and the closes specified in DDX 118/115/6 above assignment of residue of term of 1,000 yrs to (v) in trust for (iii)

Mortgage by lease and release: for £400  DDX 118/116/8  2, 3 Dec. 1796

Contents:
(i) Robert Suart formerly of Blackburn, but now of Knuzden Brook, sizer of cotton twist (ii) Hugh Suart of Knuzden Brook, sizer of cotton twist (iii) Thomas Ashburner, as above (iv) John Cunliffe of Oswaldtwisle, yeoman, (v) Alexander Tomlinson of Oswaldtwisle premises in DDX 118/116/6 above assignment of residue of term of 1,000 yrs by (iii) to (v)

Mortgage by lease and release: for £200  DDX 118/116/9  28, 29 Dec. 1796

Contents:
(i) Hugh Suart as above (ii) the Rev. Amos Ogden of Turton, clerk property specified in DDX 118/116/6 above

Certificate of contract for the redemption of land tax of Mr. William Place for property in Mellor and Blackburn  DDX 118/116/10  5 Nov. 1799

Further charge for securing £200  DDX 118/116/11  16 May, 1801

Contents:
(i) Hugh Suart (ii) the Rev. Amos Ogden, both as above the property specified in DDX 118/116/6 above

Receipt from H.Suart to Mr. William Place for £200  DDX 118/116/12  19 Aug. 1801

Contents:
Part of £1,220 which he was paying for Haydock's tenement

Mortgage by lease and release: for £1,000  DDX 118/116/13  10, 11 Nov. 1801

Contents:
(i) William Place, (ii) the Rev. Joshua Newby, both as above 2 closes in Mellor called the Moorfields (10 ac.)

Mortgage: for £400  DDX 118/116/14  11 Nov. 1801

Contents:
To (i). £400 to (ii), £200 to (iii) paid by (vi), also £220 paid by (iii) to (v): (i) John Cunliffe of Oswaldtwisle, yeoman, (ii) the Rev. Amos Ogden, as above, (iii) Hugh Suart now of Blackburn, whitster, (iv) Robert Suart of Blackburn, sizer of cotton twist, (v) William Place of Mellor, yeoman, (vi) the Rev.Joshua Newby, clerk, rector of Great Rollright, co. Oxford (vii) Alexander Tomlinson of Oswaldtwisle, yeoman (viii) Henry Hargreaves of Newchurch gent. Haydock's tenement and closes as specified in DDX 118/116/6 above assignment of residue of term of 1,000 yrs by (vii) to (viii) in trust for (vi)

Abstract of Messrs. Fieldens title to the rectory and tithes of the Parish of Blackburn  DDX 118/116/15  2 Sep. 1807 - 3 Aug. 1813

Copy of DDX 118/116/15  DDX 118/116/16  n.d

Final Concord: for £6,666.13.4  DDX 118/116/17  20 Mar. 1819

Contents:
William Carr, plaintiff, John Feilden, William Feilden, esqs., Joseph Feilden and Fanny his wife every kind of tithe arising out of the townships in the parish of Blackburn (Walton-le-dale, Balderston and Eccleshill excepted) and also out of other specified lands (Copy)

Lease and release: for £753.3.3¼  DDX 118/116/18  24, 25 Mar. 1819

Contents:
To (i) and £107.11.10¾ to (iii) (i) John Feilden of Mollington Hall near the City of Chester, esq., and William Feilden of Feniscowles, esq. (devisees in trust under the will of Henry Feilden, late of Witton House, esq., deceased) (ii) Joseph Feilden of Witton House, esq., and Fanny his wife, (iii) John Feilden (iv) William Assheton of Downham Hall, Henry Sudell of Woodfold Park, John Francis Butler of Pleasington Hall, Richard Grimshaw Lomax of Clayton Hall, James Taylor of Whalley, Samuel Bower of Lancaster and Joseph Birley of Manchester, esqs., John Harper of Dunken Hall, William Pickering of Pockholes and William Shakeshaft of Rufford, gent. (v) Lucas Hargreaves and John Place, yeomen, and John Horrocks, cotton manufacturer, all of Mellor (vi) William Carr of Blackburn, gent. every kind of tithe in Mellor and the tithe barn (certain lands excepted)

Copy of DDX 118/116/18  DDX 118/116/19  n.d

Will of Lucas Hargreaves of Mellor, gent  DDX 118/116/20  25 Sep. 1827

Contents:
Bequests to daughters Ann, Jane and Alice, and wife Jane, and specified property in Haslingden and Oswaldtwisle to son Henry, and specified property in Oswaldtwisle, Blackburn and Osbaldeston to H.H. and brother-in-law John Place upon specified trusts

Order in the Court of Chancery  DDX 118/116/21  23 Jan. 1830

Contents:
That Henry Newby, an infant grandson and heir of the Rev. Joshua Newby, rector of Great Rollright, co. Oxford, to release property in Mellor

Reconveyance: by lease and release: for £1,000  DDX 118/116/22  1, 2 Feb. 1830

Contents:
(i) Henry Newby of the City of Bath, an infant, (ii) Sarah Newby of Kenilworth, co. Warwick, widow, (iii) Susan Hargreaves of New Church, widow, John Hargreaves and Henry Hargreaves both of Blackburn, gents., George Hargreaves of New Church, gent., (iv) John Place of Mellor, gent., (v) Richard Edleston of Blackburn, gent Haydock's tenement and specified closes at Mellor assignment of the residue of a term of 1,000 yrs by (iii) to (v)

Estate called Alexanders at Ramsgreave  DDX 118/117  [n.d.]

Abstract of Mr. Alexander Catterall's title to his estates in Mellor and Ramsgreave  DDX 118/117/1  2 Feb. 1675 - 26 Dec. 1722

Abstract of the title of the Assignees of Henry Sudell  DDX 118/117/2  6 Mar. 1706 - 27 Dec. 1827

Contents:
Late of Woodfold Park in Mellor, merchant, a bankrupt, to a farm called Alexanders in Mellor

Bargain and sale: for £80  DDX 118/117/3  26 Dec. 1722

Contents:
(i) Jane Cunliff of Blackburn, widow of Giles Cunliff, late of Blackburn, yeoman, deceased, and William Cunliff of Blackburn, chapman, son and heir of G.C. (ii) Alexander Catterall of Walton in le dale, yeoman, (iii) Thomas Adamson of Goosnargh, yeoman 3 closes in Ramsgreave called the Barker Croft and the two Cook Fields (4ac. 3r.)

Abstract of the title of Henry Sudell, jun., esq  DDX 118/117/4  26 Dec. 1722 - 6 Aug. 1831

Contents:
To an estate in Ramsgreave called Alexanders

Will of Thomas Adamson of Goosnargh, yeoman  DDX 118/117/5  7 Jan. 1731

Contents:
Bequests to the White Chapel or Threlfalls Chapel, and to the parochial chapel in Goosnargh, to friends and sisters Jane Adamson and Jennet Taylor
Exec: J.A., James Sidgreaves, James Taylor and William Fox. (Copy)

Will of Alexander Catterall of Preston, tradesman  DDX 118/117/6  30 Oct. 1766

Contents:
Land in Mellor and Ramsgreave to John Harborson and James Cowbran both of Preston, on specified trusts: bequests to sons Robert and Edward, son-in-law Thomas Winstanley and grandchildren John, Jane, Alexander and Robert Whittle
Exec: son Robert

Conditions of sale  DDX 118/117/7  28 Jul. 1772

Contents:
For a messuage and tenement containing 10 ac. land in Mellor and Ramsgreave. Sold to John Smalley of Billington, yeoman

Bargain and sale: for £200  DDX 118/117/8  10 Mar. 1773

Contents:
(i) James Sidgreaves of Goosnargh, yeoman, son of James Sidgreaves and his wife Jane (formerly Jane Adamson), James Taylor of Goosnargh, yeoman, son of John Taylor and his wife Jennet (formerly Jennet Adamson) (ii) Edward Catterall of Great Neston, co. Chester, chapman, and Robert Catterall of Preston, chapman (iii) John Harberson and James Cowburn, both of Preston, chapmen (iv) John Smalley, as in DDX 118/115/7 above 3 closes in Ramsgreave called the Barker Croft and the two Cook Fields (4 ac. 3r.)

Bond: in £1,000  DDX 118/117/9  10 Mar. 1773

Contents:
(i) Edward Catterall and Robert Catterall to (ii) John Smalley, all as above: to perform covenants

Mortgage by lease and release: for £400  DDX 118/117/10  17, 18 Jun. 1776

Contents:
(i) John Smalley, as above, (ii) Robert Fowler of Livesay, gent. the property specified in DDX 118/117/8

Bond: in £800  DDX 118/117/11  18 Jun. 1776

Contents:
(i) John Smalley to (ii) Robert Fowler, both as above, to secure repayment of the mortgage money

Agreement  DDX 118/117/12  27 Jan. 1790

Contents:
Made between John Smalley, as above, and Henry Sudell of Blackburn, esq: J.S. to convey the property in DDX 118/117/8 above (now converted into 4 closes) with a building used for carding cotton and a cottage, also a messuage, barn, 2 cottages and land (3 ac.) for the residue of a term of 1,000 years, in Mellor

Final Concord: for £300  DDX 118/117/13  1790

Contents:
Thomas Eccles and Thomas Astley, plaintiffs, and William Sharples and Alice his wife, John Torkington and Nanny his wife, Joseph Clayton and Peggy his wife, and John Smalley and his wife deforceants 1 cottage, 1 stable, common of pasture and turbary in Blackburn, 1 messuage, 1 cottage, 1 mill, 3 ac. land, 2 ac. meadow, 3 ac. pasture, common of pasture and turbary in Ramsgreave 13 Mar. 1790

Lease and release: for £459.1.1  DDX 118/117/14  5, 6 Apr. 1790

Contents:
To (i) and £170.18.11 to ( ): (i) Robert Fowler, (ii) John Smalley and Ann his wife, (iii) Henry Sudell, all as above. (iv) Thomas Eccles of Lower Drawen, cotton spinner and Thomas Astley of Blackburn, organist the property specified in DDX 118/117/12

The Wood Estate at Mellor  DDX 118/118  [n.d.]

Lease and release: for £180  DDX 118/118/1  19, 20 Nov. 1734

Contents:
To (ii): (i) Jeoffrey Roby and Joseph Chorley, both of Preston, gents. (ii) Mary Whalley of Preston, widow of Thomas Whalley, grocer, (iii) Ralph Astley of Whitehaven, co. Cumberland, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife, Philip Mather of Winksworth, co. Derby, grocer and Catherine his wife (iv) Thomas Mather of Preston, gent., and Mary his wife, (v) Rebeccah Catlow of Mellor, widow a messuage and tenement in Mellor called Catlows tenement with 6 ac. land

Final Concord: for £300  DDX 118/118/2  31 Aug. 1736

Contents:
Joseph Chorley and James Naylor gent. plaintiffs, Ralph Astley, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife, Philip Mather, gent., and Catherine his wife, and Thomas Mather and Mary his wife, deforceants 7 messuages, 7 barns, 8 stables, 10 gardens, 10 orchards, 30 ac land, 20 ac. meadow, 40 ac. pasture, 6 ac. wood, common of turbary and pasture in Preston, Ribbleton, Fishwick, Walton in le dale, Whittle in le Wood, Clayton in le dale, Showley and Mellor

Articles of agreement on the marriage of John Pickering and Elizabeth Catlow  DDX 118/118/3  17 Apr. 1738

Contents:
(i) William Pickering of Lower Darwen, yeoman. (ii) Rebeccah Catlow of Mellor, widow, (iii) John Pickering of Lower Darwen, yeoman, W.P. to convey part of a dwelling house called Pickerings and closes called the Further Meadow, the Bent, the Green Leachfield and the Short Banck in Mellor for the residue of an unspecified term. J.P. to pay half the rent and 20/- a year to W.P
R.C. to convey Catlows tenement and land in Mellor
J.P. to pay her £3 a year for life

Abstract of the assignees of Mr. Richard Ward to an estate called Catlows or Calverts in the Wood in Mellor  DDX 118/118/4  17 Apr. 1738 - 14 Feb. 1832

Mortgage by lease and release: for £200  DDX 118/118/5  27, 28 May, 1753

Contents:
(i) Rebecca Catlow, late of Mellor, now of Lower Darwen, widow, (ii) John Pickering of Lower Darwen, yeoman, (iii) Joseph Whalley of Blackburn, gent. Catlows tenement with several closes in Mellor

Proposals for selling a tenement called Calverts or Catlows in the Wood in Mellor  DDX 118/118/6  21 Aug. 1772

Lease and release: for £200  DDX 118/118/7  1772

Contents:
To (ii) and £102 to (iii): (i) The Rev. Robert Master, Rector of Croston and Elizabeth his wife, and James Bradshaw of Darcy Lever, esq., and Ann his wife (ii) James Whalley of Clarkhill in Whalley, esq., (iii) John Pickering, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, (iv) John Slater of Osbaldestone, Calverts or Catlows tenement with closes in Mellor 25, 26 Aug. 1772

Final Concord: for £66.13.4  DDX 118/118/8  29 Aug. 1772

Contents:
John Slater, plaintiff and Robert Master and Elizabeth his wife, James Bradshaw and Ann his wife, James Whalley and John Pickering and Elizabeth his wife, deforceants 1 messuage, 1 cottage, 2 barn, 1 stable, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 2 ac. land, 2 ac. meadow, 2 ac. pasture, 1 ac. wood, common of turbary and pasture in Mellor

Will of John Slater of Osbaldeston, farmer  DDX 118/118/9  28 Oct. 1788

Contents:
Bequests of personal property to daughter Sarah Slater, with an annuity from lands in Osbaldeston: specified lands in Ramsgreave to William Slater of Samlesbury, tanner, and Joseph Slater of Walton in le dale, husbandman, on trust to pay an annuity to granddaughter (not yet christened) and to the widow of his son Henry Slater: land in Osbaldeston, Mellor, Ramsgreave, Balderston and Whittingham to son William Slater (Copy)

Certificate of contract for the redemption of land tax of Mr. William Slater  DDX 118/118/10  2 Nov. 1799

Contents:
For a messuage and 6 ac. land in Mellor

Certificate that the contract for the redemption of land tax has been registered  DDX 118/118/11  14 Mar. 1800

Will of William Slater of Osbaldeston, farmer  DDX 118/118/12  1808-1810

Contents:
All property to Joseph Slater of Walton in le Dale and Robert Slater of Samlesbury Mill, yeomen, on specified trusts. (Copy). 24 Oct. 1808
Probate granted 16 Mar. 1810

Grant and appointment: for £155.17.0  DDX 118/118/13  29 Jul. 1816

Contents:
To (v) and £244.3.0. to (i) - (iv): (i) Robert Cross of Horsebrook near Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, tanner, (ii) William Cross of Breewood co. Chester, tanner, (iii) Ellen Whitehead wife of Joseph Whitehead of Preston, iron founder, (iv) Ann Ainscow, wife of Miles Ainscow of Whittle, farmer (v) Robert Slater of Samlesbury, cotton spinner, (vi) Richard Ward of Stanley House within Mellor, gent the remainder in fee simple of Catlows or Calverts in the Wood tenement and 6 ac. land in Mellor

Lease and release  DDX 118/118/14  2, 3 Aug. 1819

Contents:
(i) Joseph Slater of Osbaldeston and Robert Slater of Samlesbury, yeomen (trustees of William Slater, as above, deceased) (ii) Robert Cross, William Cross, Ellen Whitehead and Ann Ainscow, all as above (iii) Richard Ward, as above the legal estate of the property in DDX 118/118/13 above

Lease and release: for £560  DDX 118/118/15  3, 4 Jun. 1833

Contents:
(i) Robert Roper of Preston, builder, (ii) John Winstanley of Preston, gent. (iii) Richard Ward of Banister Hall within Walton le dale, yeoman, (iv) Henry Hargreaves of Mellor, gent. (v) Richard Edleston of Blackburn, gent. (vi) Thomas Carr of Blackburn tenement called Calverts in the Wood with 6 ac. land in Mellor to (vi) in trust for (v)

Memorandum concerning interest due on £560 in DDX 118/118/15 above  DDX 118/118/16  n.d

Parcel No. 22 - Sarah Ann Rostron of Edgworth  [no ref. or date]

Edgworth  DDX 118/119  [n.d.]

Grant  DDX 118/119/1  25 Mar. 1834

Contents:
(i) The Commissioners of the Turton and Entwisle Reservoir (ii) James Kay of Pendleton, esq. privilege of fishing, fowling and sailing a boat on so much of his land as the Commission purchased from him for the reservoir

Conveyance: for £60  DDX 118/119/2  9 Oct. 1868

Contents:
To (i) and £10 to (ii): (i) Sarah Ann Rostron of Spring Bank, Edgeworth, widow, John Rostron Woodcock of Ramsbottom, surgeon, and Robert Winder of Bolton, gent. (ii) Richard Holt and George Holt of Manchester, calico printers (iii) The Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Bolton a plot of land in Entwisle called the Meadow (the right to use Know Mill Brook excepted) further to the Bolton Improvement Acts 1864 and 1865

Counterpart of DDX 118/119/2  DDX 118/119/3  n.d

Conveyance: for £925  DDX 118/119/4  22 Feb. 1878

Contents:
(i) Sarah Ann Rostron, John Rostron Woodcock and Robert Winder, all as above (ii) Richard Hardman Holt and James McAdam of Entwisle, calico printers, (iii) The Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Bolton a parcel of land in Entwisle and premises called the Lions Den further to the building of Wayoh Reservoir

Mortgage: for £4,640  DDX 118/119/5  20 Feb. 1909

Contents:
(i) Alice Anne Ainsworth of Spring Bank, Edgworth, widow, William Woodcock of Woodside, Holcombe, solicitor, and Malcolm Keith of Beech House, Edgworth, estate agent, (ii) John Woodcock of West View, Haslingden, solicitor, specified land at Entwisle, Edgworth and Holcombe Brook

Reconveyance: for £4.640  DDX 118/119/6  22 Mar. 1921

Contents:
(i) Thomas Woodcock of Newfield, Haslingden, solicitor, Rachel Woodcock of St. Mary's Vicarage, Lowgate, Kingston upon Hull, spinster, Harry Worsley of Stonehouse, Haslingden, cotton manufacturer (ii) William Woodcock and Malcolm Keith, both as in DDX 118/119/5 above the property in DDX 118/119/5 above, with certain specified exceptions

Parcels 24 - 44 - Thomas Woodcock and Sons  [no ref. or date]

Land at Baxenden, Accrington and Haslingden  DDX 118/120  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/120/1  11 Oct. 1708

Contents:
Of John Radcliffe, son of Richard Radcliffe of Graine, to a dwelling house surrendered by R.R

Quitclaim: for £10  DDX 118/120/2  4 Sep. 1722

Contents:
(i) George Duckworth of Oswaldtwisle, fustian weaver, and Mary his wife, daughter of John Shaw, late of Church, tailor, deceased (ii) Thomas Broadley of Church and Sarah his wife, administratrix of J.S. any claim on the goods of J.S

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/120/3  28 Apr. 1726

Contents:
Of Jonas Ratcliffe of Priestintacse, to a messuage and land called the Push Plowed in Priestintacse and 2 days turf cutting on the High Moore in Haslingden surrendered for £5 by John Ratcliffe of Entwisle and Mary his wife

Quitclaim: for £11  DDX 118/120/4  22 Oct. 1726

Contents:
(i) Jonas Broadley of Accrington, plod weaver and Ann his wife, daughter of John Shaw, as above (ii) Thomas Broadley and Sarah his wife, both as above all claim on the goods of J.S

Apprenticeship indenture  DDX 118/120/5  24 Jun. 1727

Contents:
(i) James Law of Haslingden, woollen weaver, (ii) Joseph Kemp and John Kemp his son, both of Accrington, to learn the trade of a woollen weaver (Copy)

The will of Jonathan Duckworth of Risenbridge, yeoman  DDX 118/120/6  9 Feb. 1730

Contents:
Son Thomas Duckworth and John Taylor of Holingyate, senior, to stand seised of all his property in trust to pay legacies to wife Ann, sons James and William and daughter Mary Ashworth. Remainder to be divided equally among sons Jonathan, Thomas and Henry
Execs: sons Jonathan and Thomas

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/120/7  28 Apr. 1730

Contents:
Of John Radcliffe, to a messuage and land called the Push Plowed in Priestintackes and 2 days turfcutting on High Moor in Haslingden surrendered for £15.10.0 by his brother Jonas Radcliffe of Haslingden Grain

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/8  22 Oct. 1735

Contents:
Of Thomas Broadley to a messuage, barn, kiln and closes in Lawnd, Cowhouses and Henheads surrendered by George Rishton of Lawnd within Accrington, gent. for £21
Annual rent £24

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/120/9  10 Oct. 1746

Contents:
Of Jonathan Duckworth of Haslingden Grain, innkeeper to the property specified in DDX 118/120/7 surrendered for £19 by John Ratcliffe of Entwisle, clothier

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/10  12 Nov. 1751

Contents:
Of Jonathan Duckworth of Haslingden, to a dwelling house, barn, cellar and a meadow called the Acre and a field called the Narrow Close, all in Baxtenden surrendered by John Grime of New Accrington, yeoman, for 11 yrs. Annual rent £6.8.0

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/11  18 Apr. 1755

Contents:
Of Jonathan Duckworth of Baxenden, to a dwelling house, stable, part of a barn and closes called the Lower Meadow, the Round Hill, the Rough Meadow, the Middle Field, the Rough Field, all in Baxenden surrendered by John Grime of Baxenden, yeoman, for 11 years. Annual rent £9

Bond: in £80  DDX 118/120/12  6 Jun. 1757

Contents:
Hugh Duckworth of Haslingden, mercer, to Jonas Broadley of Church, yeoman: to pay £40 before 6 Nov

Release: for 5/-  DDX 118/120/13  25 Nov. 1769

Contents:
Thomas Broadley, yeoman, to Henry Worsley, woollen weaver, both of Accrington closes called the Grime Meadow, the Barn Field, the Meadow Below the Barn, the Field Below the Meadow, the Long Shoot, the Marled Earth the Coat Field, the Wet Field, the Two Little Holmes, the Woods, the Lower Will Field, the Will Meadow, the Wood Field, the Further Backside, the Higher Will Field and one half of the Garden, the Little Backside, the Orchard and the Barnfold with a messuage, barn and stable

Will of Thomas Broadley of Woodhead in Accrington, yeoman  DDX 118/120/14  1773-1774

Contents:
Sums of money to specified relatives
Exec: wife Elin
17 Dec. 1773
Probate was granted 26 Mar. 1774

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/120/15  20 Oct. 1778

Contents:
Of William Duckworth of Baxenden, woollen weaver, to half of a dwelling house, 1 cottage, barn turf coat and closes called the Barley Croft Meadow, the Great Meadow, the Great Croft, the Warcock Hill, the Higher End and Lower End of the Hough Field, the Toad Pipe and the Wood (3 roods in the Great Meadow excepted) all at Iconhurst surrendered by Henry Tomlinson of Icconhurst in Old Accrington, yeoman, for 11 years

Receipts (5) for legacies under the will of Thomas Broadley  DDX 118/120/16  30-31 Jan. 1782

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/17  4 May, 1784

Contents:
Of Millicent Johnson of Whalley, spinster, to a messuage and tenement called the Higher House with closes called the Clough Field, the Field Above the House, the Rough Up to the Common, Half of the Mean Field, the Coat Meadow and one half of the common belonging to it, all at Fryerhill with half a pew in Accrington Chapel mortgaged for £200 by James Taylor of Frierhill, yeoman

Agreement  DDX 118/120/18  14 May, 1785

Contents:
Richard Ashworth of Accrington, weaver, and William Duckworth of Heckenhurst within Accrington, woollen weaver, R.A. to surrender a messuage, barn and 10 ac. land at Accrington. W.D. to pay £268.19.0

Will of James Taylor of Friar-hill, yeoman  DDX 118/120/19  1792

Contents:
Copyhold property at Friar hill to brother Nicholas Taylor and John Hartley of Greenhaworth, innholder, to hold on trust for brother John for life and after that, the property to be sold and the money divided between his brothers and sisters: bequests to wife Betty. Exec. N.T. and J.H
17 Jan. 1792
Probate granted 20 Feb. 1792

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/120/20  1 May, 1792

Contents:
Of William Duckworth to half a dwelling house, a cottage and other buildings and closes called the Barley Croft Meadow, the Great Meadow, the Great Croft, the Warcock Hill, the Higher End and Lower End of the Hough Field, the Toad pipe and the Wood, all in Old Accrington leased by Alexander Tomlinson of Gawkthorn in Oswaldtwisle, yeoman

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/21  1 May, 1792

Contents:
Of John Taylor of Friar Hill, yeoman, to a messuage, farm and tenement at Friar Hill surrendered by Nicholas Taylor of Friar Hill, chapman, and John Hartley of Green Haworth, innholder, further to the will of James Taylor, as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/22  10 Sep. 1796

Contents:
Of William Duckworth of Hickcanhurst and Thomas Duckworth of Laneside near Haslingden, to dwelling houses at Troy in Haslingden Grain and dwelling houses at Baxenden surrendered by Henry Duckworth of Baxenden, yeoman, to uses to be declared in his will (Copy)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/23  1 May, 1798

Contents:
Of Thomas Duckworth of Friar Hill, to a messuage, farm and tenement at Friar Hill surrendered for £200 to Millicent Johnson of Whalley, spinster, and £260 to Nicholas Taylor of Friar Hill

Quitclaim: for £240  DDX 118/120/24  9 May, 1800

Contents:
(i) Thomas Livesey of Oswaldtwisle, yeoman, late husband of Alice Livesey, deceased (formerly Alice Broadley, spinster), to (ii) William Duckworth of Old Accrington, yeoman, and Ellen his wife (late Ellen Broadley, executrix of will of Thomas Broadley) all claims on the estate of T.B

Note of expenses incurred at Chester  DDX 118/120/25  24 Dec. 1802

Receipt of Jonathan Duckworth for a legacy received under the will of Thomas Duckworth  DDX 118/120/26  15 Apr. 1803

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/27  19 Apr. 1803

Contents:
Of Gilbert Welsh of Constablee, to 2 dwelling houses, a barn and other buildings and parcels of land at Freirhill, a moiety of 6 dwelling houses at Baxenden and 4 dwelling houses at Troy within Haslingden Grain surrendered by Thomas Duckworth of Baxenden, to uses to be declared in his will

Receipt of Jonathan Duckworth for a legacy received under the will of Thomas Duckworth  DDX 118/120/28  21 May, 1803

Similar receipt of James Stanley and Mary his wife  DDX 118/120/29  3 Aug. 1803

Receipt of Alice Duckworth, James Stanley and Mary his wife, Jonathan Duckworth, Nancy Duckworth and Susannah Duckworth for legacies under the will of Jonathan Duckworth  DDX 118/120/30  3 Aug. 1803

Receipt of Nancy Duckworth of Blackburn, spinster, for legacy under the will of Thomas Duckworth  DDX 118/120/31  10 Aug. 1803

Similar receipt of Susannah Duckworth of Blackburn, spinster  DDX 118/120/32  10 Aug. 1803

Bill from Thomas Sale to Mr. George Wallworth  DDX 118/120/33  2 Jan. 1804

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/120/34  24 Apr. 1804

Contents:
Of William Duckworth of Icconhurst, to half a dwelling house, one cottage, other buildings and specified closes in Old Accrington leased by Alexander Tomlinson of Gawkthorn in Oswaldtwisle, yeoman

Receipt of George Nuttall of Baxenden, yeoman, and Mary his wife, for legacies under the will of Jonathan Duckworth  DDX 118/120/35  2 Feb. 1807

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/36  25 Apr. 1809

Contents:
Of William Duckworth of Hickenhirst in Old Accrington, farmer, to a messuage, farm and tenement at Frier Hill surrendered for £140 by Richard Barnes of Haslingden, inn holder and treasurer of Haslingden Mechanic Society

Memorandum that Edmund Ashworth has received £140 from William Duckworth  DDX 118/120/37  9 Nov. 1809

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/38  20 Oct. 1812

Contents:
Of Abraham Haworth of Baxenden, innholder, to an undivided moiety in 2 dwelling houses, 1 barn, other buildings and closes of land at Fryer Hill within Accrington mortgaged for £140 by Edmund Ashworth of Cambs Mill in Haslingden, with the consent of Gilbert Welsh of Constablee (trustee of Thomas Duckworth, deceased) and George Nuttall of Flaxmoss and Mary his wife

Will of James Hargreaves of Baxenden, yeoman  DDX 118/120/39  2 Feb. 1813

Contents:
Bequests to son George and daughter Betty

Agreement: for £25  DDX 118/120/40  13 Jan. 1815

Contents:
William Duckworth of Dickenhurst in Old Accrington, and John Firth of Sowerby, co. York: J.F. assigns a legacy of £40 due to him on the death of Margery, the wife of Thomas Duckworth, deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/120/41  6 May, 1817

Contents:
Of Ellen Haworth of Baxenden, widow, to a moiety of 2 dwelling houses, a barn, other buildings and closes of land at Frier Hill, and also a moiety of 6 dwelling houses and other buildings at Baxenden and also 4 cottages at Troy in Haslingden Grane mortgaged for £200 by William Duckworth of Dickinhurst

Letter to Messrs. Duckworth concerning money owed  DDX 118/120/42  17 Jan. 1818

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/120/43  11 May, 1824

Contents:
Of William Duckworth, formerly of Dickinhurst, now of Rothwell Mill within Accrington, to the property specified in DDX 118/120/36 surrendered for £200 by Ellen Haworth, as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/120/44  12 Oct. 1824

Contents:
Of Edmund Ashworth of Duckworth Clough, farmer, and John Riley of Baxenden, colour mixer, to a moiety of 2 dwelling houses, 1 barn, other buildings and closes at Frier Hill surrendered by Mary Nuttall, late of Baxenden, now of Duckworth Clough, widow, to uses to be declared in her will

Will of Rishton Ingham  DDX 118/120/45  1835

Contents:
Late of Midge Hole, par. Bury, but now of Douglas, Isle of Man; divides his goods equally among his children, John, Peggy, George, James and William
Exec: James Ormerod of Cams Mill and David Parker of the Isle of Man
Probate granted 28 Mar. 1835

Will of George Hindle of Syke Side within Haslingden, weaver  DDX 118/120/46  1843

Contents:
Bequests to wife Nelly and to nieces Martha Collinge and Betty Tomlinson
Exec: James Ormerod of Cams Mill, fulling miller
1 Apr. 1843
Probate granted 16 May, 1843

Plan of several closes  DDX 118/120/47  n.d

Land at Rawtenstall  DDX 118/121  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/121/1  18 Apr. 1815

Contents:
Of John Collinge the younger of Newbarn in Hapton, yeoman, to a plot of land on the northwest side of the turnpike road leading from Newchurch to Haslingden surrendered for £6.17.0 by John Whitaker of Ightenhill Park, gent. Subject to the dower of Ann Wood, wife of Joseph Wood, now or late of Rawtenstall, yeoman

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/121/2  23 Oct. 1827

Contents:
Of George Whitaker of Rawtenstall, shopkeeper, to a plot of land with 2 dwelling houses adjoining the turnpike road in Rawtenstall surrendered by Lawrence Ashworth of Rawtenstall, weaver, to uses to be declared in his will

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/121/3  27 Apr. 1830

Contents:
Of George Whitaker, as above, and James Collinge of Rawtenstall, innkeeper, to a parcel of ground called the Holme Field with 4 dwelling houses surrendered by Richard Whittaker of Holme Field, sizer

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/121/4  25 Feb, 1834

Contents:
Of George Whittaker of Rawtenstall, yeoman, to closes called the Old Meadow, the Little Field Above the Old Meadow and the Clough along the North Side of the Old Meadow at Rawtenstall surrendered for £100 by James Hargreaves of Holmes within Lower Booths, yeoman, for £100 to George Law of Newchurch, surgeon, Henry King of Laund Banks, conveyancer, and Alice Nuttall of Rawtenstall, widow, for 10/- by Hannah Hargreaves of Dam Head, widow, and for £180 by John Hargreaves of Dam Head, yeoman

Release: for 10/-  DDX 118/121/5  4 Oct. 1847

Contents:
(i) Richard Ashworth of Manchester, commission agent, and Robert Ashworth of Holt Mill, cotton manufacturer, to (ii) Hannah Ramsbotham, wife of John Ramsbotham of Rawtenstall, gent. a close of land improved from the common called Saunders Height in Deadwen Clough

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/121/6  21 Apr. 1874

Contents:
On the death of Henry Whitaker, formerly of Rawtenstall, relieving officer, who died possessed of 4 dwelling houses in Rawtenstall
Admittance of George Whittaker of Spring Terrace near Rawtenstall, book keeper, and Thomas Thomas of Ilex Buildings, Rawtenstall, cotton merchant, as feoffees in trust

Bacup Booth  DDX 118/122  [n.d.]

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/122/1  4 Apr. 1853

Contents:
(i) James Law, late of Noon Sun House in Rochdale, now of Eltofts, par. Thorner, co. York, gent. (ii) John Travis of Thrumm Hall near Rochdale, gent. Joseph Hamilton Moore of Rochdale, wool and oil merchant, and John Lord of Hindle Pasture, coal master (iii) Richard Roberts of Newchurch, retail beerseller; on the surrender of property at Greane within Bacup Booth

Abstract of the title of Mr. Robert Ashworth  DDX 118/122/2  4 Apr. 1853 - 26 Mar. 1871

Contents:
To a plot of land, dwelling houses and premises at Greens within Bacup Booth

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/122/3  12 Apr. 1853

Contents:
Of Richard Roberts, as above, to a plot of land, part of a close called Bull Hall Bank at Greens within Bacup Booth surrendered by John Travis, Joseph Hamilton Moore and John Lord, all as above. For a term of 999 years

Inquisition in the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/122/4  13 Oct. 1868

Contents:
On the death of Richard Roberts, as above, who died possessed of the property specified in DDX 118/122/3
Admittance of wife Alice Roberts and Robert Ashworth of Lower Change, blacksmith

Covenant: £300  DDX 118/122/5  5 Aug. 1871

Contents:
Paid by (iii) and £205 paid by (ii) (i) Robert Ashworth as above (ii) Henry Roberts of Slack Bottom near Bacup, coachouseman, (iii) The Rev. William Whitworth of the Vicarage, Rawtenstall, clerk, and William Samuel Whitworth of Cornwallis Crescent, Clifton near Bristol, co. Gloucester. R.A. to mortgage specified property at Lower Change for the residue of a term of 999 years; subject to a rent of £1.18.9

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/122/6  17 Oct. 1871

Contents:
Of the Rev. William Whitworth and William Samuel Whitworth, both as above, to 7 dwelling houses at Lower Change mortgaged for £500 by Robert Ashworth, as above, for the residue of a term of 999 years
Annual rent £1.18.9

Private Lane, Haslingden  DDX 118/123  [n.d.]

Miscellaneous correspondence  DDX 118/123/1  25 Nov. 1830-10 May. 1876

6 Items

Articles of Agreement  DDX 118/123/2  27 Nov. 1830

Contents:
(i) Henry Slater of Lane Side, James Stott of Dearden Clough, woollen manufacturers, George Law of Flaxmoss, yeoman, Dionysius Law of Flaxmoss, farmer, and Samuel Heyward of Lower Walshaw, gent., (ii) George Ashworth of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer, Jonathan Hall of Hutch Bank, dyer, and Jonathan Gregory of Flaxmoss, farmer, (iii) William Turner and Ralph Turner, both of Helm Shore, woollen manufacturers, James Ormerod of Cams Mill, fulling miller, John Townsend of Holme, gent, and Thomas Smith of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer: for repairing the road called Private Lane leading from Bent Yate to Lankshaw Brook and for levying tolls

Order book of the trustees of the road leading across Flaxmoss called Private Lane  DDX 118/123/3  27 Nov. 1830 - 20 Apr. 1876

Account book of the trustees  DDX 118/123/4  28 Dec. 1830 - 29 Jun.1858

Conditions and contracts  DDX 118/123/5  1831 - 1872

10 Items

Contents:
For various terms for making and repairing Private Lane

Conditions and contracts  DDX 118/123/6  1832 - 1872

12 Items

Contents:
For the undertaking of the [...] rolls arising from Private Lane Road for various terms

Agreement  DDX 118/123/7  11 Nov. 1833

Contents:
(i) William Turner, Ralph Turner, (ii) George Ashworth, (iii) Jonathan Hall (iv) Henry Slater (v) James Hall (vi) John Townsend, all as above, (vii) James Cronkshaw of Accrington, manufacturer, (viii) James Ormerod (ix) Thomas Smith, both as above, to pay the following amounts to liquidate part of the debt on Private Lane: (i) £40, (ii) £20, (iii) £15, (iv) £10, (v) and (vi) £5 each, (vii) (viii) and (ix) £2.10.0 each, to be repaid

Miscellaneous bills  DDX 118/123/8  16 Apr. 1835-20 Apr.1876

49 Items

Contents:
Relating mainly to the upkeep of the road

Miscellaneous papers  DDX 118/123/9  17 Aug.1839 -11 Jun.1873

9 Items

Contents:
Containing memoranda and promissory notes

Account book of the trustees  DDX 118/123/10  26 Mar.1840 - 26 Jun. 1876

Receipts  DDX 118/123/11  6 Dec.1850-11 Jun.1874

24 Items

Notice that the tolls and repairs of Private Lane Road will be let for a term to be agreed on  DDX 118/123/12  18 Mar. 1871

Bank book of the Private Lane Trust  DDX 118/123/13  12 Sep. 1874-12 Nov. 1876

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/123/14  25 Feb. 1876

Contents:
Of Richard Hodson of Flaxmoss, labourer, to a dwelling house in Private Lane, Haslingden surrendered for £70

Highways through Haslingden Churchyard  DDX 118/124  [n.d.]

Notice of a meeting of the inhabitants of the parish of Haslingden  DDX 118/124/1  24 Mar. 1876

Contents:
To be held on 30 Mar. 1876 to discuss the stopping up of footpaths through Haslingden Church Yard (Copy)

Resolution of the meeting concerning the stopping up of footpaths through Haslingden Church Yard (Copy)  DDX 118/124/2  30 Mar. 1876

Notice to the Local Board to apply for two J.P's to view the road (Copy)  DDX 118/124/3  18 Apr. 1876

Draft of DDX 118/124/3  DDX 118/124/4  18 Apr. 1876

Plan of the footpaths through Haslingden Church Yard  DDX 118/124/5  May, 1876

List of papers enclosed with the case for counsel's opinion  DDX 118/124/6  n.d

Draft case  DDX 118/124/7  n.d

Case for counsel's opinion  DDX 118/124/8  2 May, 1876

Drafts of notice re application to Quarter Sessions for permission to close the footpaths  DDX 118/124/9  2 May, 1876

Copies (8) of the printed notice re application to Quarter Sessions  DDX 118/124/10  5 May, 1876

Note that certificate of the Justices should be engrossed on parchment  DDX 118/124/11  20 May, 1876

Drafts (3) of the Justices' certificate  DDX 118/124/12  29 May, 1876

Certificate of William Blacklock of Haslingden, solicitor's clerk  DDX 118/124/13  29 May, 1876

Contents:
That the notice concerning application to Quarter Session had been displayed on the footpaths concerned

Letter to Messrs. Woodcock & Sons concerning the counsel for the application  DDX 118/124/14  23 Jun. 1876

Instructions to counsel to move the enrolment of the Justices' certificate  DDX 118/124/15  28 Jun. 1876

George Street Public Accommodation Company, Haslingden  DDX 118/125  [n.d.]

Abstract of title of the company to a plot of land in George Street, Haslingden  DDX 118/125/1  n.d

Contents:
And the courthouse and townhall thereon, held of the manor of Accrington Old Hold

Extract from a letter received by Mr. William Turner from Oliver Hargreaves, esq  DDX 118/125/2  3 Apr. 1851

Contents:
Concerning the rent of land to be leased to the company

Letters (5) to Mr. Woodcock concerning the registration of the company  DDX 118/125/3  17-26 May, 1851

Case, with counsel's opinion  DDX 118/125/4  22 May, 1851

Contents:
As to whether the judge of the County Court would pay rent for the use of a public hall if one was built at Haslingden

Appointment of Mr. Thomas Woodcock as solicitor of the company  DDX 118/125/5  27 May, 1851

Return of the names of the subscribers to the company  DDX 118/125/6  n.d

Return of the provisional directors of the company  DDX 118/125/7  n.d

Certificate of provisional registration of the George Street Haslingden Public Accommodation Company  DDX 118/125/8  28 May, 1851

List of shareholders and the allotment of shares  DDX 118/125/9  n.d

Letter from Mr. Dixon Robinson to Mr. Thomas Woodcock  DDX 118/125/10  7 Jun. 1851

Contents:
Concerning the right of the contractors to get stone on Mr. Oliver Hargreaves' land

Copy of DDX 118/125/10  DDX 118/125/11  n.d

Letter from Mr. Hindle (the Secretary of the company) to Mr. Woodcock saying that Mr. Robinson has no grounds for proceedings  DDX 118/125/12  8 Jun. 1851

Letter from Mr. Woodcock to Mr. Robinson acknowledging receipt of his letter  DDX 118/125/13  9 Jun. 1851

Notice of a meeting of the provisional directors of the company  DDX 118/125/14  9 Jun. 1851

Extract from a letter from Mr. O. Hargreaves  DDX 118/125/15  16 Jun. 1851

Contents:
Concerning the lease of his land to the company

Schedule to the deed of settlement of the company  DDX 118/125/16  18 Jun. 1851

Notice of a meeting of the provisional directors of the company  DDX 118/125/17  19 Jun. 1851

List of shareholders and their shares  DDX 118/125/18  21 Jun. 1851

Letter to Mr. Woodcock  DDX 118/125/19  5 Jul. 1851

Contents:
Asking for the names of parties willing to enter into a bond to indemnify Mr. Hargreaves if he tries the question of getting stone on his land

Notice of a meeting of the provisional directors of the company  DDX 118/125/20  7 Jul. 1851

Draft agreement and specifications for the building of a public hall at Haslingden  DDX 118/125/21  1851

Certificate of complete registration of the George Street Haslingden Public Accommodation Company  DDX 118/125/22  5 Jun. 1852

Bill of Mr. Woodcock for services as solicitor to the company  DDX 118/125/23  Jul. 1852

Agreement  DDX 118/125/24  1853

Contents:
(i) Oliver Hargreaves of Langley House, co. Herts, esq. (ii) Thomas Smith of Flaxmoss, Henry Rawsthorn of Haslingden, woollen manufacturers, John Rawsthorn of Rye Hill near Haslingden, gent., Sidney Booth of Hutch Bank, gent., John Parkinson the elder of Haslingden, John Dean of Sykeside, cotton manufacturer, Thomas Maxwell of Haslingden, clerk of works and Thomas Rawstron of Lane Side, cotton manufacturer. O.H. agrees to sell for £91.11.3 a plot of land, lately part of Dobson Meadow in Haslingden (draft)

Circular to the Haslingden Gas, Light and Coke Company concerning a register of shareholders  DDX 118/125/25  21 Oct. 1856

Notices (8) of extraordinary general meetings of the shareholders to decide on the dissolution of the company  DDX 118/125/26  7 Jun. 1879

Copy of the resolution adopted at the extraordinary general meeting to dissolve the company  DDX 118/125/27  16 Jun. 1879

Requisitions on title  DDX 118/125/28  25 Jul. 1879

Further requisitions on title  DDX 118/125/29  14 Aug. 1879

Notices (20) of an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders  DDX 118/125/30  15 Aug. 1879

Copy of a resolution passed at the meeting of shareholders  DDX 118/125/31  25 Aug. 1879

Copy of a resolution  DDX 118/125/32  14 Oct. 1879

Contents:
Stating that the common seal of the company should be affixed to the covenant to surrender the Town Hall and the site thereof to the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Lancaster

Haslingden Chapel  DDX 118/126  [n.d.]

Copy depositions  DDX 118/126/1  13 Mar. 1828

Contents:
On the part of the promoter, Mr. Turner, in the case of Turner V. Taylor concerning a pew in Haslingden Chapel. Heard in the Consistory Court at Chester

Copy depositions  DDX 118/126/2  5 Jun. 1828

Contents:
On the part of the defendant in the same case

Case as to whether a church rate can be imposed within the Chapelry of Haslingden without the concurrence of the wardens of the township of Higher Booths  DDX 118/126/3  4 Oct. 1846

Copy of DDX 118/126/3  DDX 118/126/4  n.d

Land at Horncliffe  DDX 118/127  [n.d.]

Bargain and sale  DDX 118/127/1  4 Feb. 1613

Contents:
John Hartley of Admergill, co. York, yeoman, to Alexander Hartley of Langrod, clothier: a bond for £60 from Francis Carr of Blacow and Emery Carr of Colne, gents

Abstract of a decree concerning the commons and waste lands of the manor of Tottington in a dispute between the King and James, Earl of Derby, and other defendants  DDX 118/127/2  16 May, 1621

The account of Roberte Heys who measured out the commons of Tottington  DDX 118/127/3  14 Oct. 1622

Memorandum  DDX 118/127/4  20 Nov. 1627

Contents:
That Thomas Preston has had £21.2.9. out of the goods of his father Roger Preston of Grindleston Hurst, deceased, which are administered by Alexander Harteley, and undertakes to pay the same amounts to his brother Roger Preston

Memorandum  DDX 118/127/5  7 May, 1628, 21 Oct. 1670

Contents:
That Roger Thaie of Horncliffe was allotted 3½ ac. and 18 falls of land on Duerden Moor and 16 falls of moss land, and that George Horncliffe surrendered a messuage and 6 ac. land with land on Duerden Moor to the use of John Nuttall

Tottington rental  DDX 118/127/6  1662

Bond: in £200  DDX 118/127/7  9 Sep. 1680

Contents:
Richard Etough of Okenheadwood, yeoman, to George Haworth of Okenheadwood, yeoman. G.H. to hold a messuage and land in Okenheadwood without any incumbrance from R.E

Quitclaim  DDX 118/127/8  27 Jan. 1687

Contents:
Thomas Medowcroft of Huntley, yeoman, to George Haworth of Okenheadwood, yeoman all manner of claims on the goods of Grace Haworth of Horncliffe, deceased

2 pages (perhaps evidence) concerning a case between John Haworth and Richard Heaton  DDX 118/127/9  2 Mar. 1715

Articles of agreement  DDX 118/127/10  Mar. 1724

Contents:
(i) Ralph Kirkhall of Bolton in le Moors, gent: (ii) James Ormerod of Tottington, grocer, R.K. to surrender a messuage, other buildings and closes in the manor of Tottington for a term of 11 yrs. Annual rent £8.15.0 (Copy)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/127/11  18 May, 1724

Contents:
Of John Townend of Newhallhey and John Taylor of Newchurch, to 2 messuages, 4 barns, a kiln and other buildings in Hornclife and closes called the Sharefield and Great Close and parcels of common on Dearden Moor and Alden surrendered by John Haworth late of Hornclife, on trusts declared in his will

Memorandum  DDX 118/127/12  11 Nov 1727

Contents:
That Richard Gooden of Pendlebury surrendered 5 messuages, 2 cottages, other edifices and 36½ ac. land and 7 ac. land on Black Moss to the use of his son Richard Gooden, to uses declared in his will

Agreement  DDX 118/127/13  7 Aug. 1733

Contents:
(i) John Haworth (ii) John Townend (iii) John Nabbs: to pay shares of any sum expended in retrying a case concerning the building of a wall across a path on Duerden Moor (torn)

Copy of a letter concerning the case  DDX 118/127/14  n.d

Evidence of one of the witnesses in the case  DDX 118/127/15  n.d

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/127/16  12 May, 1737

Contents:
Of John Townend of Newhallhey and John Hoyle of Reeds, to 2 messuages, 4 barns, 1 kiln and other buildings with closes in Horncliffe (50 ac.), also closes called the Shawfield and Great Close, and parcels of common on Dearden Moor surrendered by John Haworth of Horncliffe, to uses to be declared in his will

Memorandum of the rents payable by various tenements in Horncliff and Coup  DDX 118/127/17  n.d

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/127/18  13 Oct. 1750

Contents:
Of John Haworth of Horncliff, to 2 messuages, 4 barns, 1 kiln, other buildings and 19 specified closed (37 ac.) and land on Dearden Moor, Shawfield, Coalbertclough and Horncliffe surrendered by John Townsend of Newhallhey surviving feoffee in trust of the will of John Haworth late of Horncliffe, yeoman, deceased (Copy)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/127/19  21 Nov. 1751

Contents:
Of John Haworth and George Haworth, both of Chatterton hey, yeomen, to 2 messuages, 2 barns, other buildings and land (21 ac. 3r.) at Horncliffe mortgaged for £220 by John Haworth of Horncliffe

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/127/20  30 Nov. 1751

Contents:
Of John Haworth of Horncliffe, yeoman, to 2 messuages, 2 barns, other buildings, and land (21 ac. 3r.) at Horncliffe surrendered for £224 by John Haworth of Chatterton Hey, yeoman, and for £116 by Henry Haworth of Alken, yeoman. (Copy)

Articles of agreement  DDX 118/127/21  1 Jan. 1757

Contents:
(i) Thomas Holte of Holcomhead, yeoman, (ii) John Haworth of Horncliffe, yeoman. T.H. to surrender the upper end of a field called the Bank for £7

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/127/22  12 Feb. 1758

Contents:
Of Richard Haworth of Horncliff, to a messuage with a bay of building at Rawtenstall mortgaged for £25 by James Nuttall of Horncliff, stoneman

Bond: in £400  DDX 118/127/23  19 Jun. 1762

Contents:
(i) John Townsend of Lower Newhallhey, gent., to (ii) John Haworth of Horncliffe, yeoman, to observe the arbitration of James Lund of Haslingden, yeoman, and Hugh Taylor of New Church, shopkeeper, concerning a piece of common and turbary on Dearden Moor

Memorandum by George Haworth concerning getting turf and putting cattle on part of Dearden Moor  DDX 118/127/24  n.d

Bond: in £100  DDX 118/127/25  21 Apr. 1763

Contents:
(i) John Haworth of Chatterton Ley, yeoman, John Howorth of Horncliffe and Peter Warburton of Newhall, all yeomen, to (ii) George Kenyon, esq., clerk of the peace: on behalf of the inhabitants of Tottington Higher End and Shuttleworth to make a road at either end of a bridge to be erected on the highway between Rochdale and Haslingden (Copy)

Assignment  DDX 118/127/26  15 Jan. 1765

Contents:
For the residue of a term of 14 yrs: Laurence Heap to Peter Warburton, both of Balladen, woollen weavers a messuage, barn and other buildings called Balladen New Barn, 9 specified closes and commoning on Loe and Higher Moor annual rent £15.10.0

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/127/27  21 Jul. 1767

Contents:
Of George Hargreaves the younger of Edgside near Chapel Hill and Gills Hoyle of Rockliff Wood, to a messuage, barn and other buildings and 8 specified closes with cattlegate and turbary on Durding Moor surrendered by Richard Haworth of Hornclif Wood, on trusts to be declared in his will (Copy)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/127/28  Jul. 1776

Contents:
Of Lawrence Elton of Eltonbanks, yeoman, John Elton of Lowe, yeoman, and John Collings of Hapton, husbandman, to a tenement called Horncliff with the cottages, barns and lands belonging to it in Horncliff surrendered by John Howorth of Horncliff, to uses to be declared in his will (Copy)

Bond: in £435  DDX 118/127/29  17 Apr. 1780

Contents:
(i) James Livesay of Captain Fold and Thomas Livesay of Know, yeomen, to (ii) James Holt of Dearden Moor, yeoman: to guarantee undisturbed possession of a copyhold estate called Carr Croft in Edenfield

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/127/30  21 Dec. 1782

Contents:
Of John Wallwork, otherwise Chew, of Hollins Lane, Edenfield, husbandman, to a right of commoning and turbary on Dearden Moor surrendered for £7 by Richard Haworth of Horncliffe Wood. (Copy)

The value of John Haworth's land at Horncliffe, estimated field by field  DDX 118/127/31  24 Mar. 1784

Bill of complaint of John Haworth against Charles Nuttall, Isaac Nuttall, James Warburton, James Hindle, Christopher Hindle, James Tattersall, Gilbert Barns and John Heys for trespass  DDX 118/127/32  May, 1784

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/127/33  4 Dec. 1786

Contents:
Of John Elton of the Lowe, George Haworth of Chatterton Hey and John Collinge of Hapton, to a capital messuage at Horncliffe and the buildings and lands belonging to it surrendered by John Haworth of Horncliffe, yeoman, to uses to be declared in his will

Case, with counsel's opinion  DDX 118/127/34  17 Sep. 1794

Contents:
Concerning the liability of the inhabitants of Tottington to contribute towards expenses incurred by the wardens of Bury in enlarging the churchyard

Lease: for 1 yr  DDX 118/127/35  26 Apr. 1796

Contents:
John Holt, yeoman, to John Taylor, weaver, both of Carcroft a messuage, barn and closes called the Meadow, At Top of the Brows, the Back Field and the Field Above Henry Ashworth's House, all at Carcroft annual rent £11

Agreement  DDX 118/127/36  26 Jun. 1797

Contents:
(i) John Holt, yeoman, and Alice Holt, widow, both of Higher Carrcroft, (ii) John Haworth of Horncliffe, gent. (i) to sell 3 dwellinghouses, 2 barns other buildings and land in Tottington Upper End for £450

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/127/37  1797

Contents:
Of John Haworth of Horncliffe, gent. to 3 dwelling houses, 2 barns and other buildings and land in Edenfield surrendered for £60 by William Alcock of the West Riding, co. York, gent. for £115, by George Corney of Newchurch, gent., and for £275 by John Holt, yeoman, and Alice Holt, widow, both of Higher Carrcroft (Copy)

Case, with counsel's opinion  DDX 118/127/38  1800

Contents:
As to whether the widow of a customary tenant was entitled to dower of timber, stone and coal

Land at Flaxmoss  DDX 118/128  [n.d.]

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/128/1  28 Oct. 1763

Contents:
On which Elizabeth Scholefield of Causewayhead upon Flaxmoss, widow, is admitted to a piece of waste land called Sand Pitts on Flaxmoss

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/128/2  17 May, 1764

Contents:
Of Anne Hoghton of Flaxmoss, widow, to part of a messuage, and half of the waste land belonging to it on Flaxmoss surrendered for 5/- by Elizabeth Scholefield, as DDX 118/128/1 and Thomas Brooks of Flaxmoss, yeoman

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/128/3  1 May. 1767

Contents:
Of Anne Houghton, as DDX 118/128/2, to a dwelling house and the waste land belonging to it on Flaxmoss surrendered for £29 by Elizabeth Scholfield, as DDX 118/128/2

Lease for 7 yrs  DDX 118/128/4  25 Jan. 1799

Contents:
(i) John Houghton of Flaxmoss, gent., (ii) John Livsey of Bridgend near Flaxmoss, fulling miller a mill, farm and tenement at Saig-hole annual rent £140

Land at Henheads and Carterplace  DDX 118/129  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/129/1  12 May, 1693

Contents:
Of John Lord of Bacopp, yeoman, to a close called Cutler Close or Whittaker Field (4 ac.) on Henheads mortgaged for £24 by Hugh Taylor of Carterplace

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/129/2  6 Oct. 1697

Contents:
Of John Duckworth, son of John Duckworth, late of Musbury, to a messuage and 9 ac. land in Carterplace commonly called the Two Crofts, the Barne Croft, the Faggs, the New Meadow, the Coat Meadow, the Higher Hey, the Lower Hey and the Marled Earth surrendered for £110 by Hugh Taylor of Carterplace, farmer

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/129/3  9 Oct. 1723

Contents:
Of Martha Duckworth, to the property in DDX 118/129/2 above, mortgaged for £100 by John Duckworth of Hollinbank, yeoman, her brother

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/129/4  23 Apr. 1729

Contents:
Of John Barnes of Kizenbridge in Henheads, yeoman, to 2 closes called the Two Rushie Fields (5 ac.) at Kizenbridge surrendered by Henry Haworth of Constable Lee and Letitia, widow of Joshua Wilson of Fryerhill

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/129/5  27 Oct. 1747

Contents:
Of John Taylor of Holling Yate, to a dwelling house, barn, other buildings and closes called the Meadow Under the Barn, the Little Bent, the Two Stonefield Closes, the Two Rushy Fields and the Barley Croft (14 ac.) all in Henheads leased for 21 years by James Lord of Boothfold, yeoman

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/129/6  1 May, 1750

Contents:
Of James Taylor of Blacklanehead in Henheads, yeoman, to 2 messuages, 2 gardens and 9 ac. land at Carterplace surrendered for £310 by John Duckworth of Musbury, yeoman, and Alice his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/129/7  1854, 1856

Contents:
Of James Duckworth of Flax Moss, yeoman, to a messuage, barn, turfhouse and closes called the Fearn Bank, the Field above the House, the Rough, the Further Knowl, the Great Meadow, the Narrow Knowl, the New Meadow, the Backside and the Lower Bent surrendered for £200 by John Duckworth of Carterplace and John Lowe of Northwich, co. Chester and Margaret his wife. 18 Oct. 1754
Attached is a release from John Lowe, late of Nantwich in Cheshire now of London, to James Duckworth of Flaxmoss all manner of actions 3 Sep. 1756

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/129/8  13 Oct. 1758

Contents:
Of Henry Taylor of Sherfinside in Henheads, yeoman, to a parcel of land called the Two Mankinhoylfields or Higher Hey and the Lower Hey, the New Meadow lying on the north side of the Coat Meadow at Carterplace surrendered for £100 by James Taylor of Carterplace, yeoman, and Alice his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/129/9  27 Oct. 1767

Contents:
Of James Lord of Boothfold, to 3 dwelling houses in Carterplace in Haslingden mortgaged for £72 by James Taylor as DDX 118/129/8

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/129/10  22 Mar. 1793

Contents:
Of Henry Haworth of Sykeside, to a messuage, 2 cottages, 1 barn, other buildings and closes at Carterplace surrendered for £700 by Thomas Haworth of Sykeside, yeoman

Minerals in the manors of the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/130  [n.d.]

Extracts from a commission from the king to value waste grounds in Haslyngdeyne, Rossyndale, Tottyngton, Frerehyll and Ballydeyn. (Copy)  DDX 118/130/1  1548 - 1553

Proceedings in Chancery concerning the getting of stone by customary tenants in the Honour of Clitheroe (Copy)  DDX 118/130/2  10 Mar. 1753

Lists of the defendants in the above cases  DDX 118/130/3  31 Jan. 1754

Resolutions passed at a meeting of the copyholders of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/130/4  15 Jun. 1785

Contents:
Concerning action to be taken with regard to fees exacted by the Steward for copies of surrenders and inquisitions. (Copy)

Case for the opinion of Counsel  DDX 118/130/5  10 May, 1793

Contents:
Concerning the right of the copyholders of the manor of Tottington to institute an action against the Steward of the manor

Memorial from the copyholders of the forest of Rossendale to the Duchess of Bucclough  DDX 118/130/6  Oct. 1825

Contents:
Concerning the stone mines and quarries within the manor. (draft)

Letter (draft) concerning the right of getting stone  DDX 118/130/7  11 Oct. 1825

Letter to Mr. Lord of Boothfold on the same subject  DDX 118/130/8  19 Apr. 1826

Bill from Shaw and Artindale to Mr. Lord for legal expenses  DDX 118/130/9  28 May, 1826

Plan of part of a close called the Little Meadow near Boothfold belonging to Alice Lord which was trespassed on for the purpose of getting stone  DDX 118/130/10  1827

Certificate from D. Rathbone of Newchurch that he has given Miss Lord of Boothfold leave to take stones along a road which belongs to him  DDX 118/130/11  4 Feb. 1828

Brief for the plaintiff in Howarth v. Roscow and others for trespass. (draft)  DDX 118/130/12  1889

Rossendale Free Press  DDX 118/130/13  6 Mar. 1909

Burnley Express  DDX 118/130/14  7 Aug. 1912

Land at Sheep Green in Haslingden  DDX 118/131  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/131/1  13 May, 1783

Contents:
Of Robert Leach of Spotland Bridge, gent, to 3 parcels of land on the south side of the Sheep Green in Haslingden surrendered for £18.18.0 by Robert Holden of Palace House in Habergham Eaves, esq. Henry Wilkinson and Daniel Lonsdale, both of Haslingden, gents. (trustees appointed to sell the waste lands within Haslingden)

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/131/2  23 Apr. 1805

Contents:
On the death of Robert Leach, late of Spotland Bridge, gent. deceased, who died possessed of a dwellinghouse, warehouse and stable on Sheep Green in Haslingden
Admittance of son John Leach of Spotland Bridge, gent

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/131/3  8 Oct. 1805

Contents:
Of James Turner of Haslingden, Edward Turner of Cromsal House and Robinson Turner of the City of London, woollen manufacturers 3 pieces of land on the south side of Sheep Green in Haslingden with a dwellinghouse surrendered for £284 by John Leach of Spotland Bridge, woollen manufacturer

The Ramsbottom Estate  DDX 118/132  [n.d.]

Analysis of the abstract of title to three undivided fourth parts of the Lower Ramsbottom Estate  DDX 118/132/1  24 Oct. 1710 - 20 Feb. 1864

Schedule of documents referring to the Lower Ramsbottom Estate  DDX 118/132/2  24 Oct. 1710 - 11 Jan. 1851

Analysis of the title to the Lower Ramsbottom Estate  DDX 118/132/3  24 Oct. 1710 - 29 Sep. 1863

A pedigree to show the descent of the Lower Ramsbottom Estate  DDX 118/132/4  24 Oct. 1710 - 3 May 1775

Miscellaneous analyses of title etc to the Lower Ramsbottom Estate  DDX 118/132/5  24 Oct. 1710 - 6 Oct. 1846

Copy opinions of counsel on the surrender of the 24 Oct. 1710  DDX 118/132/6  31 Oct. 1734 - 18 Oct. 1770

Copies of documents concerning the Ramsbottom Estate in the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/132/7  1 Oct. 1739 - 4 Nov. 1845

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/132/8  3 May 1775

Contents:
Of Thomas Elton of Edenfield, to Hancocks tenement in Edenfield surrendered by Thomas Rothwell of Holcome and Thomas Barnes of Edge, farmer, feoffees in trust (Copy)

Brief abstract of title to the Ramsbottom Estate  DDX 118/132/9  1817 - 1867

Admittance of Samuel Ashton the Elder of Heber, merchant  DDX 118/132/10  23 Oct. 1817

Contents:
To three undivided fourth parts of a messuage and tenement called Ramsbottom with 4 closes (6 ac.) leased for 99 years by Thomas Elton the elder of Ollerbottom. Annual rent £52.10.0

Abstract of title to the property in DDX 118/132/10 above  DDX 118/132/11  23 Oct. 1817 - 30 Apr. 1851

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/132/12  19 Apr. 1826

Contents:
Of Thomas Elton of Alder Bottom, yeoman, and Thomas Booth of Edenfield, gent. to a moiety of three fourth parts of the Lower Ramsbottom Estate surrendered by George Haworth of Chatterton Hey, yeoman, Edward Elton of Alder Bottom, yeoman, and Thomas Nuttall of Edenwood, cotton spinner. T.E. and T.B. to hold on specified trusts. (Copy)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/132/13  19 Apr. 1826

Contents:
Of George Haworth, as above, and Edward Elton of Owlerbottom, to all the property which Thomas Elton of Owlerbottom has in the manor of Tottington surrendered by T.E. to uses to be declared in his will

Abstract of title of the trustees of the will of the late James Barnes, deceased  DDX 118/132/14  24 Apr. 1830 - 6 Oct. 1846

Contents:
To three fourth parts of the Lower Ramsbottom Estate

Counsel's opinion on the title of Mr. Elton Nuttall to the Lower Ramsbottom Estate  DDX 118/132/15  5 Apr. 1845

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/132/16  25 Jun. 1819

Contents:
Of Thomas Elton, to an undivided moiety of three fourth parts of the Lower Ramsbottom estate surrendered by Edward Elton and Thomas Elton, both of Alderbottom and Thomas Booth of Edenfield. (Copy)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/132/17  n.d

Contents:
Of Thomas Elton of Ravenshoe, to a building called the Lower House, and other buildings, and lands at Edenfield mortgaged by John Bulcock Hayes of Lytham, esq., and Laurence Elton of Elton Banks near Edenfield, gent, (draft). 185

Miscellaneous Correspondence  DDX 118/132/18  21 Jan. 1852 - 28 Feb. 1868

5 Items

Miscellaneous memoranda (6) concerning the amounts of money due to the Elton brothers etc  DDX 118/132/19  n.d. and 1860

Case for the opinion of counsel concerning the right to cut timber on the Kilboth Crew estate. (draft)  DDX 118/132/20  27 Feb. 1864

Counsel's opinion on the above case. (Copy)  DDX 118/132/21  14 Mar. 1864


Related information: See DDX 118/132/20

Will of Edward Robinson Turner of Helmshore, gent  DDX 118/132/22  1860, 1864

Contents:
All real and personal estate to William Irving, surgeon, and James Fisher Armistead, gent. both of Blackburn, upon specified trusts
13 Jul. 1860
Probate granted 30 Apr. 1864

Agreement  DDX 118/132/23  11 May 1867

Contents:
(i) Edward Elton of Hareholme near Newchurch, carter, Lawrence Elton of Ravenshore near Haslingden, farmer, and Elton Elton of Openshaw, grocer (ii) Catherine Elton of Nelson, widow, and Ainsworth West of Henley near Huddersfield, co.York, grocer's assistant (trustees under the will of Johnny Elton of Waterfoot, cotton beamer, deceased.) (iii) Thomas Woodcock of Haslingden, gent. (i) and (ii) to sell, for £2,200 their shares of a ground rent of £52.10.0 per annum and their share in the reversion of a messuage called Lower Ramsbottom with a cottage, barn and 5 closes

Copy of DDX 118/132/23  DDX 118/132/24  n.d

Pedigrees (5) of the Elton family  DDX 118/132/25  1867

Instructions to Counsel  DDX 118/132/26  17 Sep. 1867

Contents:
To advice on the title and to draw a surrender of 3 undivided 4th parts of the Lower Ramsbottom Estate

Agreement  DDX 118/132/27  30 Nov. 1867

Contents:
(i) Edward Elton, Laurence Elton, Elton Elton, Catherine Elton and Ainsworth West, all as in DDX 118/132/23 (ii) William Grant of Nuttall Hall near Ramsbottom, esq. to indemnify (ii) against succession and other duties payable on the estate of Thomas Elton and Johnny Elton

Draft of DDX 118/132/27  DDX 118/132/28  n.d

Declarations by Laurence Elton and Ainsworth West  DDX 118/132/29  n.d

Contents:
Both as in DDX 118/132/127, concerning their title to the Lower Ramsbottome state

Drafts (2) of DDX 118/132/29  DDX 118/132/30  30 Nov. 1867

Miscellaneous bills  DDX 118/132/31  30 Nov. 1867

5 Items

Haslingden Gas Light and Coke Company  DDX 118/133  [n.d.]

Case, with counsel's opinion  DDX 118/133/1  1 Sep. 1856

Contents:
Concerning the raising of more capital for Haslingden Gas Company

Case, with counsel's opinion  DDX 118/133/2  25 Sep. 1858

Contents:
Concerning the creation of 1091 new shares in the Haslingden Gas Company

Land in High Street, Haslingden  DDX 118/134  [n.d.]

Rough plan showing the descent of the property  DDX 118/134/1  22 Oct. 1776 - 6 Aug. 1859

Abstracts of title (5) to premises in the High Street at Haslingden  DDX 118/134/2  17 Dec.1788 - 3 Mar. 1857

Abstract of title to a dwelling house in Haslingden  DDX 118/134/3  12 Nov. 1804 - 3 Mar. 1857

Abstract of title for 3 dwelling houses at Baxenden  DDX 118/134/4  8 Oct. 1818 - 21 Apr. 1846

Contents:
Held for the residue of a term of 999 years

Certificate of the death of Edward Robinson Turner of Haslingden  DDX 118/134/5  20 Feb. 1864

Case, with counsel's opinion  DDX 118/134/6  16 Jan. 1874

Contents:
Concerning certain difficulties in conveying the properties in DDX 118/134/1 and DDX 118/134/2 above

Instructions to counsel to settle the draft conditions of sale for the property  DDX 118/134/7  1874

Conditions of sale for 2 dwelling houses in High Street, Haslingden  DDX 118/134/8  5 Mar. 1874

Conditions of sale for 3 dwelling houses in High Street, Haslingden  DDX 118/134/9  5 Mar. 1874

Conditions of sale for 3 dwelling houses in High Street, Haslingden  DDX 118/134/10  5 Mar. 1874

Conditions of sale for 2 dwelling houses in High Street, Haslingden  DDX 118/134/11  5 Mar. 1874

Conditions of sale for a dwelling house in High Street, Haslingden  DDX 118/134/12  5 Mar. 1874

Conditions of sale for 3 dwelling houses in High Street, Haslingden  DDX 118/134/13  5 Mar. 1874

Conditions of sale  DDX 118/134/14  5 Mar. 1874

Contents:
For a plot of building land containing 562 sq. yds. situated on the easterly side of Lower Lane and the westerly side of High Street, Haslingden

Receipt for £15.4.0  DDX 118/134/15  5 Mar. 1874

Contents:
A deposit paid by John Pilling of Higher Lane, Haslingden, for lot 7 of the property sold by auction on 5 Mar. 1874

List of the various bide for property auctioned on 5 Mar  DDX 118/134/16  5 Mar. 1874

Minutes of a search made in the extract book for all surrenders etc  DDX 118/134/17  25 Mar. 1874

Contents:
To the use of Richard Teasdale from Easter 1760 to Michaelmas 1811

Draft agreement  DDX 118/134/18  16 Apr. 1874

Contents:
For conveying to Robert Hargreaves of High Street, Haslingden, the property contracted to be sold to John Pilling (see No DDX 118/134/15)

Instructions to counsel  DDX 118/134/19  May, 1874

Contents:
To settle the form of the petition concerning the inability of John Hoyle (the trustee) to convey the property sold on 5 Mar. 1874 as his mind is unsound

Petition to the Chancellor concerning the conveying of the property sold on 5 Mar. 1874 (Copy)  DDX 118/134/20  May, 1874

Copy of DDX 118/134/20  DDX 118/134/21  n.d

Affidavit of Thomas Woodcock of Haslingden, solicitor, in support of the petition. (draft)  DDX 118/134/22  May, 1874

Affidavit of William John Stott of Haslingden, a doctor, in support of the petition. (Draft)  DDX 118/134/23  May, 1874

Order appointing John Teasdale to act in the place of John Hoyle. (Copy)  DDX 118/134/24  23 May, 1874

Receipt for money paid for taking affidavits in connexion with the petition  DDX 118/134/25  n.d

Draft conveyance of the property sold on 5 Mar. 1874  DDX 118/134/26  n.d

Lane Side Foundry  DDX 118/135  [n.d.]

Abstract of the title  DDX 118/135/1  24 Feb. 1845 - Apr. 1866

Contents:
To an iron foundry, cottages and hereditaments at Laneside near Haslingden

Acknowledgement  DDX 118/135/2  1857

Contents:
By James Nuttall of Haslingden, bookkeeper, and William Lindsay of Laneside, moulder, that the light they enjoy in Laneside iron foundry is on the sufferance of Henry Slater of Spring Field, esq. (Draft)

Another draft of DDX 118/135/2  DDX 118/135/3  [n.d.]

Memorandum  DDX 118/135/4  20 Nov. 1857

Contents:
That 1/- a year is payable to Henry Slater, as long as he allows James Nuttall and William Lindsay the privilege of light at Laneside Foundry

Copies of contracts (6) from Laneside Foundry with various firms  DDX 118/135/5  19 Nov. 1863 - 14 Oct. 1865

Receipt from Richard Birtwistle to Mr. William Lindsay for documents received from him  DDX 118/135/6  23 Dec. 1865

Draft copy of a bill of sale for an iron foundry at Laneside  DDX 118/135/7  10 Jan. 1866

Bills of sale (3) for the iron foundry and machinery at Laneside  DDX 118/135/8  10, 11 Jan. 1866

Catalogue of the machinery, tools etc., to be sold at the auction  DDX 118/135/9  10, 11 Jan. 1866

Conditions of sale (4) for the various lots at the auction  DDX 118/135/10  10 Jan. 1866

List of bids made at the auction  DDX 118/135/11  10 Jan. 1866

Schedules of tenders for contracts referred to in the conditions of the sale by auction  DDX 118/135/12  11 Jan. 1866

Receipts (2) concerning 2 houses in St. Pauls Street, Ramsbottom  DDX 118/135/13  31 Dec. 1875

The Lighting and Watching of Haslingden, 1844  DDX 118/136  [n.d.]

Letter  DDX 118/136/1  12 Oct. 1844

Contents:
From some of the inhabitants of Haslingden to the churchwardens asking them to call a meeting of ratepayers

Rules to be observed in calling and conducting a meeting of ratepayers  DDX 118/136/2  n.d

Bills (2) for notices etc. in connexion with the meeting  DDX 118/136/3  15 Oct., 19 Nov. 1844

Notice of a meeting of ratepayers to be held on 29 Oct. 1844  DDX 118/136/4  14 Oct. 1844

Printed copy of the notice  DDX 118/136/5  n.d

Minutes of the meeting of ratepayers and lists of voters  DDX 118/136/6  29 Oct. 1844

Letter  DDX 118/136/7  30 Oct. 1844

Contents:
From five of the inhabitants of Haslingden asking that a poll should be taken of the ratepayers to decide whether an act for lighting and watching should be adopted

Notice announcing a poll of ratepayers  DDX 118/136/8  31 Oct. 1844

Copy of DDX 118/136/8  DDX 118/136/9  n.d

Letter from P. Haydock and Son to T. Woodcock, Esq  DDX 118/136/10  31 Oct. 1844

Contents:
Answering various queries about adopting the act for watching and lighting

Alphabetical list of ratepayers in the township of Haslingden  DDX 118/136/11  n.d

Draft list of amounts of the ratepayers  DDX 118/136/12  n.d

Draft list of amounts payable  DDX 118/136/13  n.d

Notice of the amount which a rate of 20d in the £1 would produce  DDX 118/136/14  n.d

Miscellaneous abstracts of title  DDX 118/137  [n.d.]

Abstract of the title of Mr. Horsley Tomlinson  DDX 118/137/1  n.d

Contents:
To a plot of land situate at Rakefoot, Haslingden

Abstract of title  DDX 118/137/2  27 Nov. 1728 - 26 Oct. 1819

Contents:
To a copyhold estate situate in Flaxmoss late the property of John Houghton, deceased

Abstract of the title of Oliver Hargreaves, esq  DDX 118/137/3  1 May 1746 - 27 Oct. 1810

Contents:
To a close called Dobson Meadow with dwelling houses and other buildings erected on it in Haslingden

Abstract of title  DDX 118/137/4  28 Oct. 1763 - 12 Oct. 1819

Contents:
To buildings and premises called the Sand Pit situate in Flaxmoss

Draft of DDX 118/137/4  DDX 118/137/5  n.d

Extracts of documents relating to property on Haslingden Green and at Duerden Yate  DDX 118/137/6  11 May 1770 - 7 Apr. 1807

Contents:
The property of Richard Wallwork

Abstract of the title of the Rev. G.T.B.Ormerod  DDX 118/137/7  1 Oct. 1774 - 2 Jan. 1875

Contents:
To freehold farm lands and premises at Bank Lane, Walmersley near Bury

Abstract of the title of the devisees in trust and executors under the will of Mr. Robert Bilsborrow, deceased  DDX 118/137/8  18 Oct. 1774 - 7 Feb. 1824

Contents:
To 2 copyhold messuages situate in Haslingden

Abstract of 2 deeds relating to the title to an estate called Flax Moss  DDX 118/137/9  28 Oct. 1780 - 20 Oct. 1789

Draft abstract of title  DDX 118/137/10  3 Oct. 1781 - 1 May, 1792

Contents:
To property at Dearden Gate, late the property of John Houghton, deceased

Abstract of the title of the trustees under the will of James Turner, deceased  DDX 118/137/11  8 Oct. 1805 - 8 Sep. 1852

Contents:
To a dwelling house, smithy and 2 gardens at Sheep Green in Haslingden

Abstract of the title of the devisees under the will of the late Oliver Hargreaves, esq  DDX 118/137/12  26 Jul. 1819 - 9 Mar. 1859

Contents:
To a copyhold farm called Rakefoot in Haslingden

Abstract of a surrender  DDX 118/137/13  Apr. 1853

Contents:
From Lawrence Hitchen and William Turner Clegg, esqs., to Lawrence Hitchen, George Henry Ormerod, John Hoyle and Samuel Hargreaves, esqs. upon the trusts of the will of James Turner, woollen manufacturer, deceased

Draft copy of an inquisition  DDX 118/137/14  1857

Contents:
Finding Messrs. Joshua Townsend, John Townsend and Richard Townsend entitled to be admitted to several copyhold hereditaments in Haslingden. Michaelmas, 1857

Continuation of the abstract of the title of the devisees under the will of the late Oliver Hargreaves, esq  DDX 118/137/15  1860

Contents:
To a farm called Rakefoot in Haslingden

Particulars and conditions of sale of property at Huncoat and Accrington  DDX 118/137/16  23 Nov. 1936

Haslingden  DDX 118/138  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/138/1  11 May, 1824

Contents:
Of John Ratcliffe of Haslingden, innkeeper, to a plot of land in Haslingden surrendered for £175 by Oliver Hargreaves of Southampton Buildings, co. Middlesex, esq

Admittance in the court of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/138/2  25 Apr. 1843

Contents:
Of Giles Pilkington of Haslingden, flannel manufacturer, to 5 dwellinghouses in Haslingden mortgaged for £200 by Edmund Lord of Haslingden, shopkeeper

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/138/3  7 Oct. 1845

Contents:
Of Thomas Whittaker the younger of Haslingden, wheelwright, to a plot of land in Haslingden surrendered for £80 by Giles Pilkington of Haslingden, woollen manufacturer

Miscellaneous  DDX 118/139  [n.d.]

Accrington  [no ref. or date]

Memorandum concerning copyhold lands in Accrington  DDX 118/139/1  1608

Memoranda concerning enclosures on Holcome Moore and Dearden Moor  DDX 118/139/2  c. 1622

Haslingden and Crawshaw Booth  [no ref. or date]

Rules to be observed by Cribden [...] Counsseng Company established for preserving the game within the manors of Accrington Old Hold and Accrington New Hold. Haslingden & Crawshaw Booth  DDX 118/139/3  1841

Cowpe and Lench  [no ref. or date]

Grant for £14  DDX 118/139/4  17 Jun. 1746

Contents:
(i) Richard Ashworth of Boothfold, Henry Ashworth of Miller Barn, yeomen, the feoffees of James Hey of Boothfold, deceased, (ii) Specified persons having freehold or leasehold estates in Cowp and Lench and part of Brandwood the way from Boothfold over the Hugh Mill Bridge to the Waterfoot (Copy)

Haslingden  [no ref. or date]

Plan of the court house at Haslingden  DDX 118/139/5  n.d

Contents:
Also of a proposed addition to it, and a proposed National School over both

Lease for 999 years  DDX 118/139/6  12 Mar. 1787

Contents:
Richard Heyes, yeoman, to Thomas Wallwork, fuller, both of Hutchbank in Haslingden a plot of land commonly called the Flash with liberty to erect a mill at Hutchbank annual rent £4

Lease and release: for £740  DDX 118/139/7  21,22 Sep. 1820

Contents:
(i) John Hoyle of Haslingden, cotton manufacturer, and Thomas Carr of Blackburn, gent. (trustees of Henry Wilkinson, late of Haslingden, gent.) (ii) John Green of Lanerow within Whadley, yeoman, (iii) Mary Brandwood of Haslingden, widow 2 dwelling houses in Haslingden

Counterfoil receipt book of the Town's Post Highways  DDX 118/139/8  20 Nov. 1858 - 15 Jul. 1865

Haslingden Agricultural Society Subscription Books  [no ref. or date]

Book  DDX 118/139/9  1865

Book  DDX 118/139/10  1867

Book  DDX 118/139/11  1870

Book  DDX 118/139/12  1872

Book  DDX 118/139/13  1873

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

Contents bill of the Bolton Chronicle for 3 Nov  DDX 118/139/14  n.d

Notice that a new intended road from Bury to Blackburn is to be let for making  DDX 118/139/15  29 Sep. 1810

Musbury  [no ref. or date]

Articles of agreement  DDX 118/139/16  21 Jan. 1806

Contents:
(i) John Holden and Robert Holden of Higher Tanpits within Musbury, yeomen, and brothers, and Richard Holden of Higher Tanpits, their father, (ii) Thomas Worsick and James Scholfield, both of Slidings Mill in Musbury, cotton spinners: (i) to surrender a building called the Sliding Mill Engine House with the rooms under the same and the water wheel etc. for a term of 7 years. Annual rent £90

An account for repairing the turnpike road through Musbury for 1 years  DDX 118/139/17  1824 - 1825

Official notice as to parochial assessment, to the churchwardens and overseers of Musbury  DDX 118/139/18  n.d

Oswaldtwistle  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of the title of the late Mr. Robert Yates, deceased  DDX 118/139/19  30 Apr. 1702-19 May 1809

Contents:
To divers messuages, lands and hereditaments at Oswaldtwistle

Other Counties  [no ref. or date]

Agreement  DDX 118/139/20  14 Feb. 1853

Contents:
(i) William Christopher Chew of Manchester, gent. (ii) Robert Nuttall of Horncliffe House near Edenfield, merchant: (i) to let a dwelling house and premises at Chorley, co. Chester for 3 yrs. Annual rent £100

Lease: for 1 yr  DDX 118/139/21  25 Jul. 1854

Contents:
William Christopher Chew to Robert Nuttall, both as DDX 118/139/20 a plot of land in Chorley, co. Chester annual rent £17.10.0. The lease to be renewed from year to year

Articles of co-partnership  DDX 118/139/22  20 Jun. 1864

Contents:
Robert Nuttall of Heymount near Ramsbottom and William Fox the younger of Rio de Janeiro, both commission agents and merchants

Draft of DDX 118/139/22  DDX 118/139/23  n.d

Another draft of DDX 118/139/22  DDX 118/139/24  n.d

Unexecuted copy of DDX 118/139/22  DDX 118/139/25  n.d

Parcel 13 - Representatives of Mr. James Sutcliffe Smith  [no ref. or date]

Spotland  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 21 years  DDX 118/26  30 Jun. 1839

Contents:
(i) Mary Maden and Sarah Maden of Greens in the Forest of Rossendale, spinsters, James Taylor of Todmorden, esq., and John Holt of Stubbylea near Bacup, esq., (ii) Zachariah Howorth the elder of Woodhouse Lane in Spotland, farmer, John Howorth of Percival Houses on Bagslade Common, Spotland, weaver, Zachariah Howorth the younger of Woodhouse Lane in Spotland, farmer, Jeremiah Howorth of Bartle Cowin, farmer, and James Howorth of Woodhouse Lane, farmer the mines under a close called the Rough, part of an estate called Bartle Cowin in Spotland annual rent £150 and £100 for each ac. of land under which coal is mined

Tottington  [no ref. or date]

Pleadings re Tottington Corn mill  DDX 118/27  n.d

Postea of action in Haworth v. Warburton and others as to minerals in the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/28  1789

Printed survey of the township of Tottington Lower End  DDX 118/29  1794

Documents relating to the Eaves Hall Estate  [no ref. or date]

Documents relating to a farm called Drake House in West Bradford  DDX 118/140  [n.d.]

Abstracts of documents relating to a rent charge of £12 issuing out of Drake House  DDX 118/140/1  25 Dec. 1752 - 31 Oct. 1800

Epitome of the title to the rent charge issuing out of Drake House  DDX 118/140/2  13 Feb. 1813 - 19 Feb. 1867

Grant  DDX 118/140/3  3 Jan. 1842

Contents:
(i) John Fenton of Crimble near Rochdale, esq. (ii) Joseph Fenton, esq., his son a yearly rent charge of £12 from Drake House Farm

Abstract of the title of Joseph Fenton, esq  DDX 118/140/4  3 Jan. 1842

Contents:
To a yearly rent charge of £12 out of Drake House Farm

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/140/5  17 Apr. 1868

Contents:
Of John Burton of Tyldesley, esq., to a yearly rent charge of £12 out of Drake House Farm surrendered for £240 by Joseph Fenton now of Langley Lodge, Maidencombe, Torquay, co. Devon, esq., and for 10/- by Sir James Phillips Kay Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe Hall, bart

Grant: for £40  DDX 118/140/6  17 Apr. 1868

Contents:
(i) Joseph Fenton (ii) John Burton, both as in DDX 118/140/5 above the yearly rent charge as in DDX 118/140/5 above

Documents relating to tithes issuing out of the Drake House and Marybone Estate in West Bradford  DDX 118/141  [n.d.]

Deed of disposition  DDX 118/141/1  27 Apr. 1869

Contents:
(i) Laura Hall of Gloucester Place, Hyde Park, co. Middlesex, widow, and the Rev. Henry Banks Hall of Risley, co. Derby, clerk (trustees of John Hancock Hall the younger) (ii) L.H. (iii) Henry Richard Martin, captain in the Royal Artillery and Emma Catherine his wife, (iv) H.B.B. (v) H.B.B. (trustee of William Hayhurst Hall) (vi) Anne Christiana wife of the Rev. Richard Mellor Hope of Kirk Langley, co. Derby, clerk (vii) R.M.H. (viii) Mary Ann Hope and Rose Emma Hope both of Kirk Langley, spinsters, Charles Stead Hope of Wennington Hall, esq., John Hayhurst Hope of Gualequay Chu in Entre Rios in South America, esq., Richard William Hope, a lieutenant in the Royal Navy and the Rev. Henry Kendal Hope, now of Risley, co. Derby, clerk. (ix) George Freeth of Duporth, co. Cornwall, esq., and Stephen Gaselee of No. 3 Serjeants Inn, Chancery Lane, in the City of London, serjeant at law scheduled dwellinghouses, farms, closes and parcels of land, all tithes (except corn and grain) and rent charges in lieu of tithes arising out of scheduled lands on various specified trusts

Deed of Covenant  DDX 118/141/2  30 Sep. 1869

Contents:
(i) The Rev. Henry Banks Hall and the Rev. Richard Mellor Hope, both as DDX 118/141/1 (ii) John Burton of Tyldesley, also of Eaves Hall in West Bradford, co. York, esq: to indemnify (ii) against losses he may sustain through part of the property in DDX 118/141/1 being limited to Ann Christiana. Hope for her separate use for life

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/141/3  1 Oct. 1869

Contents:
Of George Freeth and Stephen Gaselee, both as above, to 3 allotments, part of the common of Bradford surrendered by the Rev. Henry Banks Hall of Risley, co. Derby, clerk, on trust

Bargain and sale; for £50  DDX 118/141/4  5 Oct. 1869

Contents:
(i) George Freeth and Stephen Gaselee, both as above (ii) John Burton, as in DDX 118/141/2 above all manner of tithes (except corn and grain) arising out of Drake House Farm and Marybone Farm with specified lands

Deed of covenant  DDX 118/141/5  5 Oct. 1869

Contents:
(i) and (ii) as in DDX 118/141/4 above. To produce an indenture dated 4 Apr. 1795

Deeds relating to a copyhold farm called Hancockes in West Bradford  DDX 118/142  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/1  3 May, 1771

Contents:
Of William Barton of Horricksford, yeoman, to a dwelling house, barn, stable, turfhouse, other buildings and closes called the Two Meadows, the Rough Field, the Long Field, the Shoemaker Field, two closes called the Waddington Fields, the Burbles, the Over Laith Field, the Lower Field, one unimproved close adjoining Bradford Moor, two meadows called the Sudell Meadows, the New Field, the Wincey Hill, the Anderton Field, the Walker Field and the Pagehill with the wood adjoining, all adjoining to Bradford Moor within West Bradford surrendered for £1,050 by William White of Binknell, co. Lincoln, clerk, John Taylor of Stow Park, Stow, co. Lincoln, yeoman, and Ann his wife

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/2  6 May, 1775

Contents:
On the death of William Barton, late of Horricksford, yeoman, deceased, who died seized of the property in DDX 118/141/1 above Admittance of daughter Jane wife of Jonathan Hargreaves of Higham Booth

Copy of DDX 118/141/2  DDX 118/142/3  [n.d.]

Will of Jonathan Hargreaves as above  DDX 118/142/4  27 Jul. 1803

Contents:
Property in Higham Booth, Roughlea Booth and West Bradford to Thomas Grimshaw, Thomas Tattersall and Henry Roberts on specified trusts: bequests to daughters Margaret, Mary, Jane and Ellen, Elizabeth, Susan and Ann

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/5  31 Oct. 1803

Contents:
Of Thomas Grimshaw of Barrowford, gent., Thomas Tattersall of Oswaldtwistle, coal agent, and Henry Roberts of White Lee, worsted manufacturer, to the property specified in DDX 118/142/1 above surrendered by Jonathan Hargreaves of Fence within Higham Booth, gent. and Jane his wife, on specified trusts

Copy of DDX 118/142/5  DDX 118/142/6  [n.d.]

Marriage Settlement  DDX 118/142/7  28 Jan. 1830

Contents:
(i) Helen Wilson of Baxenden, spinster, (ii) Edgar Stansfield of Accrington, doctor of medecine (iii) Benjamin Wilson and James Wilson, both of Baxenden, gents. £2,400 3½ percent bank annuities and a sum of £745, dwelling houses at Baxenden and the moiety of a farm at West Bradford with 135 ac. 1 r. 33 p. land to (iii) on specified trusts. (Copy)

Extract from the marriage settlement between Miss Wilson and Dr. Stansfield  DDX 118/142/8  28 Jan. 1830

Certificate of death of Nanny Whittam of Chatburn, wife of Lawrence Whittam, yeoman  DDX 118/142/9  8 Jan. 1845

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/10  13 Oct. 1854

Contents:
On the death of Leonard Wilkinson, late of Slaidburn, co. York, gent. who died possessed of a close called the Knowle Moorfield in West Bradford Admittance of sons Leonard and William Wilkinson, subject to the equity of redemption of Ralph Earnshaw

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/11  27 Apr. 1855

Contents:
Of William Whittam of Chatburn, yeoman, to Knowle Moor Field in West Bradford surrendered by Leonard Wilkinson and William Wilkinson of Slaidburn, yeomen

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/12  10 Apr. 1863

Contents:
Of Christopher Grimshaw of Grange within Barrowford, gent, to a dwellinghouse, other buildings and closes called the Two Meadows, the Rough Field, the Long Field, the Shoemaker Field, the Waddington Fields, the Burbles, the Over Laith Field, the Lower Field, a close adjoining Bradford Moor, the Sudell Meadows, the New Field, the Whinney Hill, the Anderton Field, the Walker Field and the Page Hill with the Wood adjoining, all near Bradford Moor further to the will of Thomas Grimshaw late of Barrowford, gent. on trust

Will of Helen Stansfield  DDX 118/142/13  4 Apr. 1863

Contents:
Wife of Edgar Stansfield, of Accrington, doctor of medecine: annual proceeds from the funds and property specified in her marriage settlement to husband for life, after that, funds and property to be converted into money on various specified trusts. (Copy). Probate granted 13 Apr. 1865

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/14  29 Apr. 1867

Contents:
Of John Fish Stansfield of Accrington and Arthur Ingram Robinson of Blackburn, solicitors, to an undivided moiety of the property specified in DDX 118/142/12, now called Hancocks surrendered by Thomas Grimshaw of Grange within Barrowford, gent., with the consent of Edgard Stansfield of Accrington, doctor of medecine, further to the will of Mrs. Helen Stansfield

Will of William Whittam of Chatburn, yeoman  DDX 118/142/15  23 Aug. 1869

Contents:
Personal estate to natural daughter Ann, wife of Robert Veevers of Chatburn, joiner: real estate to R.V. John Veevers of Chatburn, joiner, and William Hayes of Worston, yeoman, on trust. (Copy)

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/16  13 Oct. 1871

Contents:
On the death of William Whittam, late of Chatburn, yeoman, who died possessed of a close called Knowle Moor Field in West Bradford Admittance of nephew Robert Veevers, John Veevers and William Hays, all as in DDX 118/142/15 above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/17  5 Feb. 1873

Contents:
Of John Burton of Eaves Hall in West Bradford, esq., to a moiety of a dwelling house called Hancocks House and specified closes surrendered for £1,550 by John Fish Stansfield of Accrington and Arthur Ingram Robinson of Blackburn, solicitors, further to the will of Helen Stansfield, deceased

Deed of covenant  DDX 118/142/18  5 Feb. 1873

Contents:
(i) John Fish Stansfield and Arthur Ingram Robinson (ii) John Burton, all as above to produce documents

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/142/19  9 Oct. 1873

Contents:
(i) (ii) and (iii) as in DDX 118/142/19: to guarantee possession of an undivided moiety of a messuage called Hancocks with specified closes in West Bradford to (iii)

Deed of covenant  DDX 118/142/20  9 Oct. 1873

Contents:
(i) Robert Veevers and John Veevers both of Chatburn, joiners, and William Hayes of Worston, yeoman. (ii) Robert Veevers of Chatburn, joiner (son of Ambrose Veevers) and Ann his wife, (iii) Horner Hargreaves of Syke House in Grindleton, co. York, gent. to guarantee possession of a close called Knowle Moor Field or Whittam Coppy in West Bradford to (iii)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/21  10 Oct. 1873

Contents:
Of Horner Hargreaves of Syke House in Grindleton, gent., to a close called Knowle Moor Field or Whittam Coppy in West Bradford surrendered for £400 by Robert Veevers, John Veevers and William Hayes, all as in DDX 118/142/19 above, by the direction of Robert Veevers (son of Ambrose Veevers) and Ann his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/22  10 Oct. 1873

Contents:
Of Horner Hargreaves, as above, to an undivided moiety of a messuage called Hancocks with specified closes in West Bradford surrendered for £1,900 by Robert Veevers, John Veevers and William Hayes by the direction of Robert Veevers (son of Ambrose Veevers) and Anne his wife

Deed of covenant  DDX 118/142/23  14 Apr. 1875

Contents:
(i) John Burton of Eaves Hall near Clitheroe, esq. (ii) Horner Hargreaves of Grindleton, co. York, gent., to surrender the undivided moiety of a messuage called Hancocks with specified closes in West Bradford

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/24  16 Apr. 1875

Contents:
Of Horner Hargreaves as above, to the property in DDX 118/142/23 above surrendered for £2,300 by John Burton, as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/25  14 Aug. 1883

Contents:
Of Margaret Hargreaves, widow of Horner Hargreaves, late of Syke House in Grindleton, co. York, deceased, to a messuage called Hancocks with specified closes in West Bradford, also Knowle Moor Field or Whittam Copy on trust further to the will of H.H

Agreement  DDX 118/142/26  15 Dec. 1886

Contents:
(i) Margaret Hargreaves of 24, Ribble Place, Preston, widow (ii) John and William Parkinson of the Grange, Sawley, co. York, farmers, (i) to let a messuage and farm called Hancocks in West Bradford annual rent £100

Admittance of Margaret Halliwell  DDX 118/142/27  12 Oct. 1888

Contents:
Formerly Margaret Hargreaves, widow, Richard Harrison Hargreaves of Fulwood, near Preston, ship engineer, and James Bilsborough Newsham of Preston, Temperance Hotel keeper, to a messuage and farm called Hancocks and a close called Knowle Moor Field or Whittam Copy surrendered by M.H. To hold on the trusts specified in the will of Horner Hargreaves, deceased

Acknowledgment for the production of deeds  DDX 118/142/28  18 Aug. 1893

Contents:
(i) Margaret Halliwell of Littleborough, widow, Richard Harrison Hargreaves of Grantham, co. Lincoln, engineer, and James Bilsborough Newsham of Preston, Temperance Hotel keeper. (ii) Edward Burton of Eaves Hall in West Bradford, co. York, esq

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/142/29  13 Oct. 1893

Contents:
Of Edward Burton, as above, to the property in DDX 118/142/27 above surrendered for £3,400 by Margaret Halliwell, Richard Harrison Hargreaves and James Bilsborough Newsham, all as above

Deeds relating to Fell Side Farm in West Bradford  DDX 118/143  [n.d.]

Will of John Blackburn of Moor Roods, yeoman  DDX 118/143/1  1843, 1844

Contents:
All his real and personal estate to brothers Neddy and William Blackburn, both of Moor Roods, yeomen, nephew John Blackburn of Padiham, clogger, and Robert Hitchon of Tosside, co. York, farmer, on specified trusts. (Copy). 10 Oct. 1843
Probate granted 11 May, 1844

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/143/2  18 Oct. 1844

Contents:
Of Neddy Blackburn, as above, to a piece of common moor in Bradford (21 ac. 3r. 23 p.) allotted pursuant to an Act of Parliament for enclosing lands in Grindleton, Bradford, Waddington and Bashall, co. York

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/143/3  18 Oct. 1844

Contents:
Of Neddy Blackburn, William Blackburn, John Blackburn and William Hitchon, all as above, to 4 allotments of common moor in Bradford N.B. to hold one-third in his own right and and undivided moiety of another one-third; N.B., W.B., J.B., and R.H., to hold an undivided moiety of one-third part and the remaining one-third part

Will of Neddy Blackburn of Moor Roods in West Bradford  DDX 118/143/4  1854, 1855

Contents:
All real and personal property (except property in Penny Street, Blackburn) to nephew John Blackburn and Robert Hitchon, both as above, on specified trusts: Property in Penny Street, Blackburn to nephews James Wilson Blackburn and Thomas Blackburn, and to the children of niece Betty Mollineaux. (Copy). 24 Oct. 1854
Probate granted 20 Mar. 1855

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/143/5  27 Apr. 1855

Contents:
On the death of Neddy Blackburn late of West Bradford, yeoman, who died possessed of 2 closes called the Heys and the Heys Meadow, one-third part of a dwelling house, 2 barns and specified closes in West Bradford with the allotments belonging to them, one-sixth part in closes called the Cart Greave and the Cart Greave Brow, 4 cottages and a croft called Slater Croft, an undivided moiety of one-third part of the Cart Greave and the Cart Greave Brow, allotments of common land made in respect of certain premises Admittance of John Blackburn and Robert Hitchon, both as in DDX 118/142/4 above, on trust. (Copy)

Succession accounts (4) for the estate of Neddy Blackburn, deceased  DDX 118/143/6  18 Oct. - 13 Dec. 1856

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/143/7  1 May, 1857

Contents:
Of William Blackburn of Tosside, co. York, farm labourer, and Thomas Blackburn of Blackburn, labourer, to specified allotments of common land in West Bradford, with a farm house and buildings surrendered by John Blackburn of Padiham, clogger, and Robert Hitchon of Tosside, co. York, farmer, further to the will of Neddy Blackburn, deceased

Receipt of Betty Wilson, formerly Betty Hitchin  DDX 118/143/8  12 Nov. 1858

Contents:
For £60 due under the will of John Blackburn, deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/143/9  10 Oct. 1862

Contents:
Of William Blackburn of Tosside, co. York, farm labourer, to an undivided moiety of specified allotments of common land in West Bradford, with a farm house and buildings surrendered for £300 by Thomas Blackburn of Blackburn, labourer

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/143/10  17 Apr. 1863

Contents:
Of Leonard Wilkinson and William Wilkinson both of Blackburn, gents. to specified closes of common land in West Bradford, with a farm house and buildings mortgaged for £300 by William Blackburn, as DDX 118/143/9

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/143/11  14 Oct. 1864

Contents:
Of John Hargreaves and Henry Hargreaves, both of Blackburn, gents. to the property specified in DDX 118/143/10 above surrendered for £300 to Leonard Wilkinson and William Wilkinson and £50 to William Blackburn, all as DDX 118/143/10

Agreement  DDX 118/143/12  1 Mar. 1872

Contents:
(i) John Burton of Eaves Hall, co. York, esq., (ii) Eligh Atkinson of West Bradford: to let a parcel of ground (30 ac.) at West Bradford annual rent £5

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/143/13  6 Apr. 1875

Contents:
Of William Thomas Carr of the Middle Temple, London, barrister at law, and George Hargreaves of Newchurch, to the property specified in DDX 118/143/11 further to the will of John Hargreaves, deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/143/14  16 Apr. 1875

Contents:
Of John Burton of Eaves Hall, co.York, esq., to specified allotments of common land with a farmhouse and buildings in West Bradford surrendered for £350 by William Thomas Carr and George Hargreaves, both as in DDX 118/143/13 and £700 to William Blackburn, as above

Documents relating to land in Waddington, co. York  DDX 118/144  [n.d.]

Abstract of the title of James Edward Bradshaw and Charles John Bradshaw, esqs  DDX 118/144/1  13 Jan. 1816 - 29 May 1866

Contents:
To an estate called Waddington in the county of York

Appointment: for £219  DDX 118/144/2  29 Sep. 1866

Contents:
(i) James Edward Bradshaw of Fair Oak Park, par. Bishopstoke, co. Southampton, (ii) John Charles Bradshaw of Fair Oak Park, lieutenant in Her Majesty's 23rd Regiment of Foot (iii) Robert John Parker of Selby, co. York, gent (iv) Thomas Goulbrune Parker of Browsholme Hall, co. York, esq. 3 closes in the township of Waddington, (22 ac. 3r. 1o p.) to (iv) in trust for (iii)

Abstract of the title of Mr. Robert John Parker  DDX 118/144/3  29 Sep. 1866

Contents:
To a close of land situate at Waddington, co. York

Agreement  DDX 118/144/4  30 May, 1891

Contents:
(i) Robert John Parker of Selby, co. York, gent., (ii) Edward Burton of Eaves Hall, co.York, gent., to sell a close of land in Waddington, co. York for £150

Conveyance: for £150  DDX 118/144/5  26 Jun. 1891

Contents:
(i) Robert John Parker (ii) Edward Burton, both as in DDX 118/144/4 a close of land in Waddington, (12 ac. 3r. 10 p.)

Seedalls, Hansons and Dowsyke tenements in West Bradford  DDX 118/145  [n.d.]

Plan of land in West Bradford belonging to Mr. John Bailey  DDX 118/145/1  1815

Plan of land in West Bradford belonging to Mr. Robert Seedal  DDX 118/145/2  1815

Certificate of the baptism of Mary Sarah Hodgson at St. Michael's Church, Manchester  DDX 118/145/3  6 May, 1810

Abstract of the title of Edward Hodgson of Clitheroe, esq  DDX 118/145/4  11 Nov. 1830 - 13 Oct. 1882

Contents:
To certain copyhold estates called "Seedalls", "Hansons" and Dovesyke situate in West Bradford

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/145/5  22 Apr. 1831

Contents:
Of Thomas Tomlinson of Plunginton near Preston, gent to a dwelling house and closes called the Little Field, the Meadow, the Lane, the Middle Field, the Far Field, the Brow and the Copy (20 ac. 2r. 22 p.) in West Bradford, with an allotment of common on Bradford Fell surrendered for £580.7.0. by William Lister Oddie of Clitheroe, gent., and £249.13.0. to Margaret Seedall of Browsholme, co. York, widow, Robert Seedall of Waddington, co.York, labourer, Thomas Bateson of Hareclough, farmer

Admittance in the manor of Slaidburn of Thomas Tomlinson  DDX 118/145/6  22 Apr. 1831

Contents:
As in DDX 118/145/5, to a dwelling house and closes called the Housefield, the Laithfield Acre, the Hemplands, the Kilnfield, the Marled Field and the Middlefield and 3 closes called the Dowsike, the Upper Marledfield and the Gusset, 5 ac. turbary and closes called the Middle Field, the Know Field and the Wincey Hills, and 2 closes called the Higher and Lower Rakes, all which premises are called Dowsike or Dovesike, a messuage and farm called Hansons surrendered by Ralph Farmshaw of Bradford Moorside, yeoman

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/145/7  24 Apr. 1835

Contents:
On the death of Thomas Tomlinson who died possessed of the property specified in 5, a messuage called Halsteads and closes called the Lower Croft and the Stoney Butts, 2 closes called the Higher and Lower Halsteads, closes called the Lower Bowland Gate Field and the Higher Bowland Gate Field, also the property specified in DDX 118/145/6 above
Admittance of sisters Mary Hodgson of Clitheroe, widow, and Sarah Tomlinson of Halsteads, spinster

Letters of administration granted to Mary Hodgson of Clitheroe, widow  DDX 118/145/8  21 Nov. 1838

Contents:
Of the goods of Sarah Tomlinson, late of West Bradford, co.York, spinster

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/145/9  26 Apr. 1839

Contents:
On the death of Sarah Tomlinson as in DDX 118/145/8, who died possessed of, together with Mary Hodgson, as above the property specified in DDX 118/145/7 above
Admittance of Mary Hodgson, as above

Will of Mary Hodgson of Clitheroe, widow  DDX 118/145/10  1851, 1858

Contents:
Estate called Hansons in Waddington to son Edward Hodgson, subject to an annuity of £50 payable to daughter Mary Sarah Forrest wife of Dr. William Forrest of Blackburn: residue to E.H
22 Oct. 1851
Probate granted 8 Nov. 1858

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/145/11  29 Apr. 1859

Contents:
On the death of Mary Hodgson, as above, who died possessed of the property specified in DDX 118/145/7 above
Admittance of son Edward Hodgson, subject to the payment of an annuity of £50

Lease for 4 yrs  DDX 118/145/12  1 Nov. 1870

Contents:
(i) Edward Hodgson (ii) Thomas Wilkinson a farm called Dovesyke in West Bradford annual rent £80

Mortgage: for £5,500  DDX 118/145/13  5 Jun. 1879

Contents:
(i) Edward Hodgson of Clitheroe, esq. (ii) Henry Dent Hinrich of the Manor House, Hallaton, co. Leicester, esq., and George James Robinson of 35, Lincolns Inn Fields, co. Middlesex, gent the messuage and closes called Dowsike otherwise Dovesyke, an estate called Hansons with allotments of common on Bradford Moor, a messuage and closes called Sudalls with allotments of common on Bradford Moor

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/145/14  10 Oct. 1879

Contents:
Of Henry Dent Hinrich and George James Robinson, both as in DDX 118/145/13 to the property specified in DDX 118/145/13 above mortgaged for £5,500 by Edward Hodgson, as above

Mortgage: for £2,000  DDX 118/145/15  7 Sep. 1882

Contents:
(i) Edward Hodgson of Clitheroe, esq., (ii) John Eastham and William Eastham, both of Clitheroe, solicitors the property specified in DDX 118/145/13 above subject to a mortgage of £5,500

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/145/16  13 Oct. 1882

Contents:
Of John Eastham and William Eastham, as in DDX 118/145/15, to the property specified in DDX 118/145/13 above mortgaged for £2,000 by Edward Hodgson as above

Declaration of Montague Haslam Stow of 35, Lincolns Inn Fields, gent., concerning Henry Dent Hinrich Dent  DDX 118/145/17  9 Jan 1886

Contents:
Attached is the death certificate of Henry Dent Henrich Dent of Hallaton, co. Leicester, gent. 2 Jun. 1883

Declaration of James Wilkinson of Waddington, co. York, labourer, concerning Seedells, Hansons and Dowsyke tenements in West Bradford  DDX 118/145/18  9 Jan 1886

Contents:
Attached is a plan of the property

Deed of covenant  DDX 118/145/19  11 Jan. 1886

Contents:
(i) Edward Hodgson of Clitheroe, esq., (ii) George James Robinson of 35, Lincolns Inn Fields, co Middlesex, gent., (iii) John Eastham and William Eastham both of Clitheroe, solicitors (iv) Edward Burton of Eaves Hall, West Bradford, co. York: to surrender Seedells, Hansons and Dowsyke tenements in West Bradford

Miscellaneous receipts and memoranda  DDX 118/145/20  11 Jan. 1886

3 Items

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/145/21  30 Apr. 1886

Contents:
Of Edward Burton, as in DDX 118/145/19 to Seedells, Hansons and Dowsyke tenements in West Bradford, co. York surrendered for £5,500 to George James Robinson, as above, £2,000 to John Eastham and William Eastham, as above, £2,700 to Edward Hodgson, as above

West Bradford Common  [no ref. or date]

An abstract of Mr. John Bailey's title to his estates in Bradford  DDX 118/145/22  13 Jun. 1621 - 30 Apr. 1774

Contents:
And a statement of his exclusive possession of certain waste lands

Case, with counsels opinion  DDX 118/145/23  5 Oct. 1812

Contents:
Concerning differences of opinion among claimants under the Grindleton and Bradford Inclosure Act

Award of the Commissioner under the Inclosure Act  DDX 118/145/24  13 Nov. 1813

Contents:
Concerning the objections of Thomas Sumner against the claims of John Bailey, Thomas Taylor and Robert Seedall

Extract from the Bradford Inclosure Award relating to Mr. John Bailey's allotment (Copy)  DDX 118/145/25  n.d

Deeds relating to Drake House Farm, and Marybone Meadow Farm in West Bradford  DDX 118/146  [n.d.]

Abstract of the title of Thomas Lister Parker, esq  DDX 118/146/1  23 Mar. 1730/1 - 14 Feb. 1801

Contents:
To copyhold estates in West Bradford and Newton in the manor of Slaidburn

Admittance in the court of the manor of Sladburn  DDX 118/146/2  18 Apr. 1744

Contents:
Of Robert Bayley of West Bradford, carpenter, to closes called the Hingle Wells and Hole, Thomas Gyles Higher Meadow, the Dole in Further Whittakers, the Dole in Great Whittakers belonging to Broadbelts tenements and 2 Doles in Lower Whittakers (4ac. 4 falls) mortgaged for £45 by William Titterington of West Bradford

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/3  4 Oct. 1747

Contents:
Of Robert Bayley, as in DDX 118/146/2, to the premises specified in DDX 118/146/2 above mortgaged for a further sum of £10 by William Titterington, as above

Will of Robert Hayhurst of Eaves Hall, par Whalley, esq  DDX 118/146/4  1760, 1763

Contents:
All messuages and tenements to son Robert subject to payment of jointure to wife Mary and to legacies to daughters Katherine and Ann. Exec Charles Lambert of Lancaster, the Rev. John Norcross of Rivington, schoolmaster, and daughter Katherine Hayhurst
24 Apr. 1760
Probate granted 2 May 1763

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/5  4 Nov. 1771

Contents:
Of William Bayley of Micklehurst in Bashall Eaves, co. York, yeoman, to the property specified in DDX 118/146/2 above surrendered for £85 by Robert Bayley, as above

Release  DDX 118/146/6  4 Apr. 1795

Contents:
On the marriage of (ii) and (iii): (i) Mary Hayhurst of Derby, widow of Robert Hayhurst, late of Parkhead, par. Whalley. (ii) Mary Roberta Hayhurst of Derby, spinster, (iii) John Hancock Hall of Normanton upon Soar, co. Nottingham, clerk, (iv) John Lacock of Nottingham, esq., and Thomas Charlton the younger of Chilwell, co. Nottingham, esq. (v) Thomas Charlton the elder of Chilwell, co. Nottingham, esq. a capital messuage called Parkhead with specified closes and 4 cottages in Whalley, a capital messuage, 3 cottages and specified closes at Buerdsall, par. Rochdale, a capital messuage, 3 cottages and specified closes at Poulton also covenant to surrender messuages called Drake House and Marybone Meadow with specified closes to (iv) and (v) on specified trusts. (Copy)

Abstract of the trustees for sale under an indenture dated 27 Apr. 1869  DDX 118/146/7  4 Apr. 1795 - 27 Apr. 1869

Contents:
To a copyhold estate at West Bradford

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/8  28 Oct. 1799

Contents:
Of the Rev. John Hancock Hall of Normanton upon Soar, co. Nottingham, to closes called the Dole in Whittakers Mean belonging to Stoneyhirst, part of Higher and Lower Whittaker, Dole Meadow, Hingle Well Hole and Hingle Well surrendered for £123. 13.6. by Francis Bailey of Braddup House in Bashall Eaves, co. York, yeoman, and Margaret his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/9  25 Jan. 1800

Contents:
Of Thomas Charlton the younger of Chilwell, co. Nottingham, esq. to messuages called Drakehouse and Marybone Meadow with specified closes all in West Bradford surrendered by Mary Hayhurst of Derby, widow, John Hancock Hall of Normanton upon Soar, co. Nottingham, clerk, and Mary Roberta Hayhurst, further to a marriage settlement dated 4 Apr. 1795

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/10  26 Oct. 1801

Contents:
Of John Hancock Hall of Risley Hall, co. Derby, clerk, to a dole of land in a close called Mean Whittakers in West Bradford surrendered for £35 by Thomas Lister Parker of Browsholme, co.York, esq

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/146/11  13 Feb. 1803

Contents:
(i) Thomas Lister Parker (ii) John Hancock Hall, both as in DDX 118/146/10, on the surrender of closes called the Heys Croft the Great Hey, the Middle Hey, the Little Hey, the Woods and the Hill Ends (26 ac. 3 r. 16 p.) all in West Bradford part of a tenement called Bashalls

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/12  22 Apr. 1803

Contents:
Of John Hancock Hall, as in DDX 118/146/10, 11, to the property specified in DDX 118/146/11 above surrendered for £643 by John Lister Parker, as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/13  15 Oct. 1805

Contents:
Of James Amys of Nottingham, hosier, John Freeth of Bulwell, co.Nottingham, calico printer, and William Gillson the younger of Greatham, co. Rutland, esq., to closes called the Dole in Whitakers Mean belonging to Stonyhurst, part of Higher and Lower Whitaker, part of Lower Whitaker, Dole Meadow, Hingle Well Hole, and Hingle Well (4 ac.) the Heys Croft, the Great Hey, the Middle Hey, the Little Hey, the Woods and the Hill Ends (26 ac. 3r. 13 p.) also a dole in a close called Mean Whitakers (1 ac. 18p.) all in West Bradford surrendered by John Hancock Hall, as above, to uses to be declared in his will

An act for inclosing lands in Grindleton, Bradford, Waddington and Bashall, par. Mitton, co. York  DDX 118/146/14  5 May, 1812

Grant  DDX 118/146/15  17 Apr. 1824

Contents:
For £45: (i) Thomas Weld of Lullworth Castle, co. Dorset, esq. (ii) John Hancock Hall of Risley Hall, co. Derby, Clerk all manner of tithes (except the tithes of corn and grain) arising from a farm called Drake House with specified closes and allotments of land on West Bradford Moor

Appointment  DDX 118/146/16  21 Dec. 1838

Contents:
(i) John Hancock Hall and Mary Roberta his wife (ii) John Hancock Hall of Middle Temple, London, barrister messuages called Drakehouse and Marybone Meadow with specified closes in West Bradford on the death of the survivor of the parties in (i)

Extracts from the apportionment of the rent charge in lieu of tithes for West Bradford  DDX 118/146/17  30 Dec. 1848

Succession accounts of Laura Hall and William Hayhurst Hall on the death of the Rev. John Hancock Hall  DDX 118/146/18  20 Feb.1868, 9 Mar. 1870

Appointment  DDX 118/146/19  25 Apr. 1869

Contents:
(i) Ann Christiana wife of the Rev. Richard Mellor Hope of Newborough Parsonage, co. Stafford, clerk, (ii) Mary Ann Hope and Rose Emma Hope, both of Newborough Parsonage, spinsters, Charles Stead Hope of Wennington Hall, esq., John Hayhurst Hope of Gualequay Chu Entre Eios, South America, esq., Richard William Hope, a lieutenant in the Royal Navy, and the Rev.Henry Kendal Hope of Risley, co. Derby, clerk, (ii) the Rev.Henry Banks Hall of Risley, co. Derby, clerk, trust monies left further to the will of William Hayhurst Hall, late of Risley, co. Derby, a captain in the Navy in trust for the parties in (ii)

Conveyance  DDX 118/146/20  26 Apr. 1869

Contents:
(i) Anne Christiana Hope, wife of the Rev. Richard Mellor Hope of Newborough Parsonage, co. Stafford, clerk, (ii) R.M.H. (iii) Stephen Gaselee of No. 3 Serjeants Inn, Chancery Lane, London, Serjeant at Law, and George Freeth of Duporth near St. Austell, co. Cornwall, esq. all the interest of (i) and (ii) in scheduled copyhold property in the manor of Slaidburn to (iii) to hold on trusts to be declared

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/21  27 May, 1869

Contents:
Of Henry Banks Hall, to 3 allotments of land in Bradford further to the will of William Hayhurst Hall. H.B.H. to hold on trust

Letters of attorney  DDX 118/146/22  8 Jul. 1869

Contents:
(i) Richard William Hope, a lieutenant in the Royal Navy (ii) Charles Stead Hope, now of Wennington Hall, esq., to act in his place with regard to the wills of William Hayhurst Hall and John Hancock Hall the younger, deceased

Order made in Chancery vesting the copyhold property specified in a settlement dated 4 Apr. 1795 in George Freeth and Stephen Gaselee as trustees under an indenture dated 27 Apr. 1869  DDX 118/146/23  10 Aug. 1869

Conveyance  DDX 118/146/24  14 Aug. 1869

Contents:
(i) Emma Katharine Martin, wife of Henry Richmond Martin, a captain in the Royal Artillery (ii) H.R.M. (iii) George Freeth and Stephen Gaselee, both as in [...] DDX 118/146/ all the interest of (i) and (ii) in scheduled copyhold lands in the manor of Slaidburn

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/25  16 Sep. 1869

Contents:
Of William Hall Gillson of the Isle of Wight, clerk, Edward Gillson of Christchurch Vicarage, Mountsorrell, co. Leicester, clerk, and George Gillson of Belmont House, Stroud, co. Gloucester, esq., to closes called the Dole in Whittakers Mean belonging to Stonyhurst, part of Higher and Lower Whitaker, part of Lower Whitaker, Dole Meadow, Hingle Well Hole and Hingle Well (4 ac.) the Heys Croft, the Great Hey, the Middle Hey, the Little Hey, the Woods and the Hill Ends (23ac. 3r. 16p.) also a dole of land in a close called Mean Whitakers further to the will of William Gillson the younger, W.H.G., E.G., and G.G. to hold on trust

Declaration of Henry Banks Hall of Risley, co. Derby  DDX 118/146/26  30 Sep. 1869

Contents:
Clerk, in Holy Orders, that the debts, funeral expenses and legacies of his brothers John Hancock Hall the younger, late of the Inner Temple, London, barrister at law, and William Hayhurst Hall, late of Risley, co. Derby, have been fully paid off

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/27  1 Oct. 1869

Contents:
Of George Freeth and Stephen Gaselee, both as above to the premises specified in DDX 118/146/25 above surrendered by William Hall Gillson, Edward Gillson and George Gillson, G.F. and S.G. to hold on trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/28  8 Oct. 1869

Contents:
Of John Burton of Eaves Hall, West Bradford, esq., to 2 messuages called Drake House and Marybone Meadow with specified closes in West Bradford, the closes specified in DDX 118/146/25 above and 3 allotments of land in West Bradford surrendered for £5,175 by George Freeth and Stephen Gaselee, as above

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/29  9 Apr. 1880

Contents:
On the death of John Burton, as in DDX 118/146/28, who died possessed of the property specified in DDX 118/146/28 above, 3 other allotments in West Bradford, and Fell Side Farm
Admittance of brothers Oliver Burton, Edward Burton and Frederick Burton on trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/146/30  13 Apr. 1883

Contents:
Of Edward Burton of Eaves Hall, West Bradford, esq., to the property specified in DDX 118/146/29 above surrendered for £52,000 by Oliver Burton of Gwaynynog, Co. Denbigh, esq., E.B. and Frederick Burton of 4, South Gate, Manchester, Cotton Spinner

Documents relating to Townhead Farm in West Bradford  DDX 118/147  [n.d.]

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/147/1  21 May, 1829

Contents:
(i) Henry Proctor Heaton of Liverpool, ironmonger (ii) James Thomson of Clitheroe, calico printer, James Burton of Tildesley Banks, cotton manufacturer, Jane Taylor of Clitheroe, widow, and George Earl Taylor of Clitheroe, cotton manufacturer (execs. of John Taylor late of Clitheroe, cotton manufacturer, deceased) (iii) Joseph Fenton of Bamford Hall, par. Bury, esq., and John Fenton of Crimble, par Bury, esq., to surrender an undivided moiety on a dwelling house called Town Head with buildings and closes called the Lower Barley Croft, Higher Barley Croft, Over Hey, Higher Rakes, Middle Rakes, Lower Rakes and Harry Pilling's Rakes, all in Bradford (20ac. 3r. 25p.) and all tithes arising from the property (except the tithes of corn and grain)

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/147/2  20 May, 1836

Contents:
On the death of the Rev. Thomas Heaton, formerly of Clitheroe, deceased, who died possessed of a dwelling house called Townhead with buildings and closes called the Two Barley Crofts, the Jug, the Little Rake, Harry Pilling's Rakes, the Great Rake, the two Highmost Rakes and the Upper Hey, all in Bradford Admittance of son John Heaton of Blackrod, surgeon

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/147/3  20 May, 1836

Contents:
Of Joseph Fenton of Bamford Hall and John Fenton of Bury, esqs., to the property specified in DDX 118/147/1 above surrendered for £400 by John Heaton of Blackrod, surgeon, Elizabeth his wife and James Heaton of Horwich, surgeon

Certified copy of DDX 118/147/3  DDX 118/147/4  n.d

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/147/5  12 Apr. 1844

Contents:
Of John Fenton of Crimble, esq., to 3 dwelling houses, a barn, stable and closes called the Well Croft and Tuff Fold, all in West Bradford surrendered for £230 by Mary Fow and Sarah Fow, both of Bautry, co. York, spinsters, and Edward Fow of Blackhill, co. Nottingham, farmer

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/147/6  3 Aug. 1866

Contents:
Of Joseph Fenton of Langley Lodge, Maidencombe, Torquay, co. Devon, esq. John Fenton of Plumpton Hall near Heywood, esq., Robert Raven of Little Limber Grange, near Ulceby, co. Lincoln, esq., and Thomas Rymer of Manchester, commission agent the property specified in DDX 118/147/2 and DDX 118/147/5 above further to the will of John Fenton of Crimble esq. deceased

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/147/7  23 Aug. 1866

Contents:
Of Sir James Phillips Kay Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe Hall to specified property in West Bradford further to the will of Robert Kay of Meadowcroft near Rochdale, flannel manufacturer. J.P.K.S. to hold on trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/147/8  19 Feb. 1867

Contents:
Of John Burton of Tyldesley, esq., to the property specified in DDX 118/147/2 and DDX 118/147/5 above surrendered for £32,000 by Joseph Fonton, John Fenton, Robert Rymer, all as in DDX 118/147/6 above

Deeds relating to Pillings Farm in West Bradford  DDX 118/148  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/1  13 Oct. 1741

Contents:
Of William Thompson of Ovenden, par Hallifax, Robert Allenson of Soylend, par. Hallifax, merchant, and John Seaton of Barkesland Hall, gent. to a messuage, 2 barns, 2 gardens and closes called the Barley Croft, the Farrhey. the Overhey, and the Little Jng (7 ac.) and several closes of the new improvements called Walkerfields Slack otherwise Slackbrowrakes and Stonedelf Field (8½ ac) turbary on Bradford Moor and closes called the Owler Riddings, Two Hills, Higher and Lower, Two Blay Greens Higher and Lower, another messuage, 2 barns, 1 orchard, 1 garden and closes called Stonycroft, Tenter Brow, Upper and Lower Westfield Butts, Bowland Gate, Cartgreave Brow, Great Meadow, Heygate, Newhey, Braddyll Leigh, Hand Croft, High Croft, High Croft Meadow, Barley Croft, Barley Croft Meadow, the Hallsteadhead, Hole Meadow, Hole at Cross and Reynold Riddings (38 ac.) improvements on Bradford Moor called Light Birks and Rakes (7 ac.) one other messuage, 1 barn, 2 gardens and closes called the Mill Ing, Simpsons Croft, Meanwest Field, one Acre in Mean Westfield Head, (4 ac. 1 r.) also a close called the Rakes on Bradford Moor (3ac.30p.) turbary on Bradford Moor, closes called the Newhey, Duckbutts, Foxhill otherwise Oxenhey and Foxhill Meadow, part of a close called Wades Sparth (11 ac.1r.) also closes called the two Riddings, Lower Long Hey and Higher Long Hey (10 ac.) all in Bradford surrendered for £138.16.5. by William Walbanck of Blackburn, esq. and for £161.3.5. by Anthony Thornber of West Bradford, yeoman, and Nicholas Thornber, son of A.T

Abstract of the title of Messrs. Joseph Thompson, Henry Thompson and Samuel Thompson  DDX 118/148/2  13 Oct. 1741 - 10 Mar. 1877

Contents:
To three undivided fourth parts of a copyhold estate called West Bradford

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/148/3  2 Jun. 1742

Contents:
(i) Thomas Whalley of Blackburn, gent., James Whalley of the Inner Temple, London, esq., and Joseph Whalley of Blackburn, gent. (ii) Anthony Thornber of West Bradford, yeoman, and Nicholas Thornber, his son (iii) William Thompson, Robert Allenson and John Seaton, all as above: to accompany the surrender of the property specified in DDX 118/148/4

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/4  11 Oct. 1742

Contents:
Of William Thompson, Robert Allenson and John Seaton, all as DDX 118/148/1,3, to a dwelling house in West Bradford, 1 barn, 2 gardens, 1 orchard, and closes called the Westfieldhead Doles, the Long Westfield Dole, the Higher Westfield, the Lower Westfield, the Plumbtrees, the Merrygreen Meadow, the Yeoman Hey, the Rakes Clough and the Parrock (13ac. 3r. 26p) a dwelling house, 1 barn, 1 garden, 2 crofts and closes called the Boatholm, Darkin Pott, the Bankbutts, the Red Parrock, the Harden Croft, the Mean Alfetstone, the Further Hey, the Nearer Hey, the Meadow, the Stony Butts, the Stony Butts Dole and the Calf Folds (21 ac.3r.6p.) a dwelling house, 1 garden, 1 barn and 1 croft and closes called the Stripes, the Rough Meadow, the Further Plumbtrees, Plumbtree Tongues, Plumbtreeshead, Plumbtreeeshead Butts, nearer Alfetstone, the Further Alfetstone, the High Croft, the Great Harden Croft, the Little Harden Croft, the Cartgreaves and the Pharsell (25 ac.24 falls) surrendered for £1,800 to Thomas Whalley, James Whalley and Joseph Whalley and Anthony Thornber, all as above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/5  11 Oct. 1742

Contents:
Of William Thompson, Robert Allenson, and John Seaton, all as DDX 118/148/4, to a messuage, 1 barn, 1 garden and 1 orchard and closes called the Stony Butts and Bolland Gate (20ac. 1r. 26p) a messuage, 1 garden, 1 orchard and a close (1ac. 3r. 16p) also closes called the Hoyle Ings, the two Higher Meadows, the West Cloughfield and the Dole in the Reave Meadow surrendered for £225.16.1½ to George Horner of Grindleton, co. York, yeoman, Christofer Parkinson of Riddinghey within Clitheroe, yeoman, and Jennet his wife, and £1574.3.10½ to Anthony Thornber as above

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/6  14 Apr. 1752

Contents:
On the death of John Anderton, late of Padiham, clerk, who died possessed of a dwelling house, other buildings and closes called the Westfield, the Westfieldhead, the Lower Cartgreaves, the Higher Cartgreaves, the Long Calffold and the Rough Calffold (11½ ac.) and 3 ac.turbary on Bradford Moor
Admittance of son Francis Anderton of the City of York, painter

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/7  13 Oct. 1752

Contents:
Of John Jackson of Gargreave, co.York, yeoman, to the property specified in DDX 118/148/6 above mortgaged for £71.5.0. by James Whalley, brother of Thomas Whalley, late of Blackburn, esq., deceased, and for £18.5.0 by Francis Anderton, as above

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/8  21 Apr. 1758

Contents:
Of the death of John Clayton late of Bradford, co.York, blacksmith, who died possessed of a cottage and 14 falls of land in West Bradford
Admittance of son John Clayton, miller

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/9  19 Oct. 1764

Contents:
Of Edward Tomlinson of West Bradford, labourer, to a dwelling house, garden and croft (50 falls) in West Bradford surrendered for £21 by John Clayton of Collingham, co.York, miller, and Sarah his wife. E.T. to pay Dorothy Clayton of West Bradford, widow 10s.6d a year for the term of her natural life, and on her death shall pay £10.10.0 to J.C

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/10  29 Apr. 1766

Contents:
Of Ambrose Frankland of Grindleton, co.York, yeoman, to a dwelling house, other premises and closes called the Westfield, the Westfieldhead, the Lower Westfield, the Lower Cart Greave, the Higher Cart Greave, the Long Calf Fold and the Rough Calf Folds (11½ ac) and 3 ac. moss on West Bradford Moor mortgaged for £90 by Francis Anderton of the City of York, painter

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/11  25 Apr. 1768

Contents:
On the death of William Thompson, late of South Owram, co.York, gent., who died possessed of messuages and closes in West Bradford
Admittance of nephew Joseph Thompson of South Owram, co.York, gent

Articles of agreement  DDX 118/148/12  7 Jan. 1771

Contents:
(i) Francis Anderton of Blackwood in the forest of Pendle, gent. (ii) Joseph Thompson, as in DDX 118/148/11, to surrender the property specified in DDX 118/148/10

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/13  4 Nov. 1771

Contents:
Of Joseph Thompson, as above, to the property specified in DDX 118/148/10 above surrendered for £154.18.0 to John Jackson of Frier Head in Winterburn, par Gargreave, co.York, yeoman, £135 to Ambrose Frankland of Grindleton, co.York, yeoman, and £142.2.0. to Francis Anderton, painter, and Catharine Anderton, widow, both of Wheatley Lane within the Forest of Pendle

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/14  19 May, 1778

Contents:
Of Robert Hyde of Waddington, to a dwelling house and a croft (50 falls) in West Bradford mortgaged for £40 by Edward Tomlinson of Waddington, co.York, yeoman

Articles of agreement  DDX 118/148/15  6 Jun. 1787

Contents:
(i) Edward Tomlinson of Waddington, co. York, innholder, (ii) Joseph Thompson of Saint Annes in Southowram, co.York, gent. E.T. to surrender for £46.10.0 a piece of meadow land in West Bradford

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/16  22 Oct. 1787

Contents:
Of Joseph Thompson, as in DDX 118/148/15, to a croft (50 falls) in West Bradford surrendered for £46 by Edward Tomlinson, as above, and Mary his wife, Robert Charnley of West Bradford, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, James Parker, yeoman, and Mary his wife, Richard Parker, yeoman, and Alice his wife, John Pye, yeoman, and Alice his wife, all of Waddington, James Clarkson of Pendleton, yeoman, and Ann his wife, Isabel Seedall of Waddington, widow, and Margaret Hyde of Waddington, spinster

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/17  28 Oct. 1799

Contents:
Of Thomas Livesey and William Livesey both of West Bradford, farmers, to a farm, buildings and closes (40 ac.) in West Bradford leased by Joseph Thompson, as above, on terms specified in a lease dated 18 Feb. 1799

Settlement  DDX 118/148/18  31 Dec. 1801

Contents:
(i) Joseph Thompson, as above, (ii) John Thompson of Near Wood Bottom in Lightcliffe, par Halifax, gent., only son of Joseph T. (iii) Hannah Britain of Saint Ann's Southowram, co.York, housekeeper (iv) Thomas Hamilton of the Winter Edge, par. Halifax, gent. and Thomas Livesey of West Bradford, yeoman a capital messuage called St. Ann's in the grove in Southowram with 6 specified closes, dwelling houses at the Dog Kennel, the Chappel Gates and the Top of the Birks, a dwelling house called Near Wood Bottom in Lightcliffe with 5 specified closes, also a dwelling house called Wood Bottom in Lightcliffe with 7 specified closes to (iv) on specified trusts. Joseph T. agrees to surrender a farm in West Bradford and 21 specified closes, another farm and 13 specified closes to specified uses. (Copy)

Settlement  DDX 118/148/19  1 Nov. 1803

Contents:
(i) John Thompson of Saint Anns in the Grove in Southowram, co. York, gent.(ii) Thomas Hamilton and Thomas Livesey, both as above a messuage with 21 specified closes in West Bradford to (ii) to hold to the use of John T. for life and then to use of Eldest son Joseph T. and if he dies without issue to use of John T. and William Hamilton T

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/20  30 Apr. 1804

Contents:
Of Thomas Hamilton and Thomas Livesey, both as in DDX 118/148/18, 19, to a messuage with 21 specified closes in West Bradford surrendered by John Thompson, as above, T.H. and T.L. to stand seised to uses declared in an indenture dated 1 Nov. 1803

Bargain and sale  DDX 118/148/21  23 Aug. 1824

Contents:
For £110: (i) Thomas Weld of Lullworth Castle, co. Dorset, esq. (ii) Joseph Thompson, as above all manner of tithes (except the tithes of corn and grain) arising from a messuage in West Bradford and specified closes (40 ac.)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/22  12 Oct. 1827

Contents:
Of William Holdsworth of Liversedge, co. York, card maker, to a farm in West Bradford with specified closed (40 ac.) surrendered by Thomas Livesey of Heywood, corn miller, W.H. to stand seised to the use of Joseph Thompson as above, or to the person appointed by J.T

Copy of DDX 118/148/22  DDX 118/148/23  n.d

Will of Joseph Thompson of Saint Ann's in Southowram, gent  DDX 118/148/24  1830

Contents:
Personal estate to uncle William Holdsworth of Brighouse, card maker, John Brook of Brighouse, corn dealer, and John Lister of Southowram, card maker, on specified trusts a messuage in West Bradford to be sold and the money divided between brothers and sisters Benjamin, Thomas Thompson, Edward Holdsworth Thompson, Henry Thompson, Samuel Thompson, Sarah Ann wife of Edwin Barber and Mary wife of Thomas Wilkinson Hemingway: an undivided moiety of 2 farms at Sutcliffe Wood Bottom in Hipperholme cum Brighouse to mother Anne Thompson for life, and on her death to brother James Wiglesworth Thompson. Exec. W.H. J.B. and J.L. 18 Aug. 1830
Probate granted 20 May, 1831

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/148/25  21 Dec. 1836

Contents:
(i) William Holdsworth of Cleckheaton, co. York, cardmaker, John Brooke of Brighouse, corn dealer, and John Lister of Southowram, cardmaker (ii) Thomas Wilkinson Hemingway of Hightown, cardmaker, (iii) Benjamin Thomas Thompson of Hightown, cardmaker, Edward Holdsworth Thompson of Southowram cornmiller, Henry Thompson of Southowram, maltster, and Samuel Thompson of Hightown, currier, to surrender a messuage at West Bradford with 21 specified closes (94 ac. 1 r. 32 p.) and to release the tithes arising from these premises

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/26  14 Apr. 1837

Contents:
Of Benjamin Thomas Thompson, Edward Holdsworth Thompson, Henry Thompson and Samuel Thompson, as in DDX 118/148/25, to the property specified in DDX 118/148/25 surrendered for £4,670 by William Holdsworth, John Brooke and John Lister, all as above

Copy of DDX 118/148/26  DDX 118/148/27  n.d

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/28  29 Oct. 1841

Contents:
Of William Oddie of Grindleton, butcher, to an undivided fourth part of a messuage and 21 specified closes in West Bradford mortgaged for £150 by Edward Holdsworth Thompson, now of West Bradford, gent., and Elizabeth his wife

Further charge of £70  DDX 118/148/29  20 Apr. 1842

Contents:
(i) Edward Holdsworth Thompson (ii) William Oddie, both as in DDX 118/148/28 the premises in DDX 118/148/28 above

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/30  18 Oct. 1844

Contents:
Of John Bank of Grindleton, co.York, cornmiller, to the premises in DDX 118/148/28 surrendered by Edward Holdsworth Thompson as above, for £130 paid by William Oddie, as above, and by W.O. for 5/- paid by J.B. J.B. to sell the property to raise £220 to be paid to W.O

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/31  23 Apr. 1847

Contents:
Of John Bank as DDX 118/148/30, to the property in DDX 118/148/28 above surrendered by Edward Holdsworth Thompson, as above for £250 paid by William Oddie, as above. J.B. to sell the property to pay off money owed by E.H.T. to W.O

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/148/32  28 Mar. 1851

Contents:
(i) Edward Holdsworth Thompson, as above (ii) Richard Hardace Buck of Settle, co. York, gent. and John Armitstead of Crake Moor, near Settle, glazier, on the surrender of the property specified in DDX 118/148/28 above for £678.10.8 to William Oddie as above and £121.9.4. to E.H.T. and mortgage of the tithes arising from the property

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/33  9 May, 1851

Contents:
Of Richard Hardacre Buck and John Armitstead, both as in DDX 118/148/32 to the property specified in DDX 118/148/28 mortgaged for £678.10.8 to William Oddie, as above, and £121.9.4. to Edward Holdsworth Thompson, as above

Declaration by Richard Hardacre Buck and John Armitstead  DDX 118/148/34  8 Sep. 1851

Contents:
Both as DDX 118/148/33, that the £800 advanced to Edward Holdsworth Thompson was a sum left by the will of Ann Tattersall of Long Preston, spinster, and that the interest from it is for the benefit of the Minister of the Society of Particular Baptists at Long Preston

Deed of covenants and release  DDX 118/148/35  11 Oct. 1855

Contents:
(i) Felix Leach of Brungerley in Waddington, co.York, farmer, and Joseph Hoyle formerly of Colne, ironmonger, now of Sabden near Whalley, cotton spinner and manufacturer (ii) James Green of Enfield, gent. (iii) Walmsley Stanley of Liverpool, civil engineer (iv) William Sutcliffe of Hebden Bridge, par Halifax, gent. (v) Benjamin Thomas Thompson late of Hightown now of Southowram, card maker, Edward Holdsworth Thompson, late of Southowram, corn miller, now of West Bradford, gent, Henry Thompson of Southowram, gent and Samuel Thompson, currier, now of Southowram, stone merchant, to surrender a plot of land in West Bradford formerly part of an estate called Townhead and the Lower part of a plot of ground called the Rakes (1ac. 2r. 3p.) to the use of the parties in (v)

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/36  12 Oct. 1855

Contents:
Of Benjamin Thomas Thompson, Edward Holdsworth Thompson, Henry Thompson and Samuel Thompson, all as in DDX 118/148/35, to the property specified in DDX 118/148/35 above surrendered for £84 by Felix Leach, Joseph Hoyle and James Green, all as above

Deed of covenant  DDX 118/148/37  1866, 1873

Contents:
For £700: (i) Benjamin Thomas Thompson, as above (ii) James Pearson Sutcliffe of Hebden Bridge, Halifax, gent. H.T.T. to mortgage all his undivided fourth part of a messuage at West Bradford and 21 specified closes and a plot of land in West Bradford 9 Jun. 1866
Endorsement of further charge for securing £500. 28 May, 1873

Letters of administration of the estate of Benjamin Thomas Thompson  DDX 118/148/38  9 Jan. 1875

Contents:
Late of Southowram, par Halifax, gent., deceased, granted to Hannah Thompson, widow. (Copy)

Succession account of Joseph Thompson of Southowram, par. Halifax, stone merchant for the estate of Benjamin Thomas Thompson  DDX 118/148/39  11 Feb. 1876

Marriage Settlement  DDX 118/148/40  24 Feb. 1876

Contents:
(i) Hannah Thompson of Southowram, par. Halifax, widow, (ii) John Hutchinson of Savile Park, Halifax, gent. (iii) Joseph Thompson of Southowram, stone merchant her right of dower to the property possessed by her late husband Benjamin Thomas Thompson to (iii) to hold on trust to pay the income therefrom to (i) (Copy)

Mortgage: for £1,510  DDX 118/148/41  10 Mar. 1877

Contents:
(i) Henry Thompson of St. Anns in Southowram, par. Halifax, gent. (ii) John Thomas Sutcliffe of Hebden Bridge, Halifax, gent a capital messuage called St. Anns in Southowram with 7 cottages at Chappell Gates, and specified closes and an undivided fourth part on a messuage at West Bradford and specified closes, also a piece of wood ground in West Bradford, formerly part of an estate called Townhead (Copy)

Declaration of James Farrar of Southowram concerning the marriage and death of Benjamin Thomas Thompson  DDX 118/148/42  9 Nov. 1878

Contents:
Attached are copies of his marriage certificate, the birth certificate of his son Joseph, and his death certificate

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/148/43  19 Nov. 1878

Contents:
(i) Joseph Thompson, as in DDX 118/148/39, 40, and Fanny his wife (ii) J.T. and John Hutchinson, late of Savile Park, Halifax, now of Saddleworth, gent and Hannah his wife (iii) John Thomas Sutcliffe and James Sutcliffe, both of Hebden Bridge, gents. (iv) Richard Hardacre Buck of Settle, gent. (v) Edward Holdsworth Thompson of Throstle Bank, West Bradford, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife (vi) Henry Thompson of St. Anns in Southowram, gent. and Alice his wife, (vii) J.T.S. (viii) Samuel Thompson late of Hightown, now of Blackpool, gent, and Mary his wife (ix) John Burton of Eaves Hall, West Bradford, esq., on the surrender of a messuage at West Bradford with specified closes, a messuage called Throstle Bank, a plot of wood ground part of an estate called Townhead, also the tithes arising from the whole property

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/44  9 Apr. 1880

Contents:
On the death of John Burton, as DDX 118/148/43, who died possessed of the property specified in DDX 118/148/43
Admittance of brothers Oliver Burton of Gwaynynog, co. Denbigh, esq., Edward Burton of Tyldesley, cotton spinner, and Frederick Burton, now of 4, South Gate, Manchester, cotton spinner, upon trusts specified in the will of J.B

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/148/45  13 Apr. 1883

Contents:
Of Edward Burton, as, to the property specified in DDX 118/148/43 above surrendered for £52,000 by Oliver Burton and Frederick Burton, both as above

Mortgage: for £2.200  DDX 118/148/46  30 Apr. 1915

Contents:
(i) The Rev. Oliver Burton of the Vicarage, Penwortham, Clerk in Holy Orders, the Rev. James Alfred Burton, of The Vicarage, Bradeley under Stafford, co. Stafford, Clerk in Holy Orders, and Frank Burton of Roughetts Hildenborough, co. Kent, esq., (ii) Horace Peel of 18, Lawrence Fountney Lane, City of London, esq., Algernon St. George Caulfield of Vicars Hill, Lymington, co. Hants, esq., and Charles Alfred Morton Lightly of 32, St. James Place, City of Westminster, esq. Pillings Farm and Brocklehurst Farm in West Bradford

Reconveyance: for £2,200  DDX 118/148/47  29 Jul. 1920

Contents:
(i) Horace Peel, Algernon St. George Caulfield, Charles Alfred Morton Lightly, (ii) the Rev.Oliver Burton, the Rev.James Alfred Burton, and Frank Burton, all as above Pillings Farm and Brocklehurst Farm in West Bradford

Deeds relating to Freeholders Farm, Thorbers Farm and Damhead Farm in Waddington and Fell Land  DDX 118/149  [n.d.]

Abstract of title to the Vicarial tithes of freehold estates in Waddington in the parish of Mitton, co.York  DDX 118/149/1  29 Oct. 1543 - 11 Jun. 1812

Contents:
The property of George Walmsley

Abstract of the title of George Walmsley, esq  DDX 118/149/2  1 Oct. 1589 - 16 Feb. 1825

Contents:
To a water corn mill and other lands and farms in Waddington

Lease for 31 yrs: for £20  DDX 118/149/3  17 Apr. 1604

Contents:
(i) John Banastre of Waddington, co. York, gent. (ii) Thomas Colthurst of Bashall, co.York, husbandman his portion of common (4½ ac.) newly enclosed on Waddington Moor annual rent 14/- (abstract)

Certified copies of entries in the parish registers of Haslingden and Waddington relating to Mrs.Brennand and her family  DDX 118/149/4  1744 - 1836

Lease and release: for £440  DDX 118/149/5  12, 13 Feb. 1778

Contents:
(i) Elizabeth Wall of Preston, widow, (ii) Thomas Weddell of Waddow, esq., a messuage in Waddington called Freeholders with closes called the Fighting Gapp, the Higher Thornber Croft, the Lower Thornber Croft, the Meadow, the Limed Field, the Moss Field and two parcels of ground called the Over and Nether Fields (23 ac.) also a pew and burial ground in Waddington Church

Covenant to levy a fine  DDX 118/149/6  1 May, 1782

Contents:
(i) Thomas Weddell of Waddow, co.York, esq., and Jane his wife (ii) Timothy Mortimer, gent., and Theophilus Davye Garencieres, apothecary, both of the City of York the Manor and specified estates at Waddington to hold to specified uses (Copy)

Final concord: for £1,060  DDX 118/149/7  9 Feb. 1782

Contents:
Timothy Mortimer, gent., and Theophilus Davye Garencieres, plaintiffs, and Thomas Weddell, esq., and Jane his wife deforceants the manor of Waddington and specified property in Waddow and Waddington in the parish of Mitton (Copy)

Will of Thomas Weddell of Waddow in Craven, esq  DDX 118/149/8  5 May, 1785

Contents:
The manor of Waddington with estates in Waddington to Timothy Mortimer and Theophilus Davye Garencieres, in trust for his children, and in default of issue to wife Jane for life, and on her decease to cousin William Weddell: Annual rent charge of £400 to wife, messuage called New House in Bashall Eaves and Waddington. Freeholders Tenement, and a copyhold estate at Weethead near Colne to wife, T.M. and T.D.B. to be sold: all personal property to wife who is exec. (Copy)

Copy of a decree made in the Chancery Court  DDX 118/149/9  30 May, 1791

Contents:
In a case between Abraham Chamberlain, Peter Garforth, Christopher Greenwood and Thomas Holgate (creditors of Thomas Weddell, deceased) against Jane Weddell, widow, William Weddell, Theophilus Davye Garenderes, John Parker and Thomas Clarke. (Copy)

Release: for 10/-  DDX 118/149/10  12 Mar. 1792

Contents:
(i) Thomas Clarke of Mellis, co.Suffolk, esq. (ii) William Weddell of Newby, co.York, esq., his reversionary interest in the manor of Waddington with the demesne lands, and a capital messuage at Waddow. (Copy)

Articles of agreement  DDX 118/149/11  16 Jul. 1792

Contents:
(i) Jane Weddell of Waddow, co. York, widow, on behalf of herself and Margaret Weddell of Sackville Street, co.Middlesex, spinster. (ii) George Walmsley of Rochdale, esq., J.W. to convey a farm called Freeholders with 22 ac. land, and a farm called Damhead with 14 ac. land, a water cornmill in Waddington, and a farm called Thornbers with 56 ac. land for £2,150

Lease and release: for £350  DDX 118/149/12  17, 18 Oct. 1792

Contents:
To (ii) and (iv) and (ii) and (iii): (i) John Peart of Settle, gent., (ii) Jane Weddell of Waddow, widow, (iii) Margaret Weddell of Sackville St., Co. Middlesex, spinster, (iv) Theophilus Davye Garencieres of the City of York, apothecary, and John Parker of Marshfield, co. York, esq., (v) George Walmsley of Goose Lane, par. Rochdale, esq. the property specified in DDX 118/149/11

Deed of covenants  DDX 118/149/13  18 Oct. 1792

Contents:
(i) Jane Weddell and Margaret Weddell, (ii) George Walmsley, all as above to produce deeds relating to property in DDX 118/149/11 above

Letters (23) concerning enclosures and rights on Waddington Common  DDX 118/149/14  30 Jul. 1801 - 15 Dec. 1806

Plan of a road at Freeholders in Waddington  DDX 118/149/15  1 Aug. 1801

Notice of a meeting of all freeholders who claim a right of common and turbary on the Lords Moss part of Waddington Fell  DDX 118/149/16  23 Oct. 1805

Minutes of a meeting of freeholders  DDX 118/149/17  23 Oct. 1805

Agreement between the freeholders to resist Mrs. Clarke's encroachment on the Lords Moss on Waddington Common. (Copy)  DDX 118/149/18  Nov. 1806

Mr. Walmsley's award of waste land in the township of Waddington  DDX 118/149/19  n.d

Plan of fields in Waddington  DDX 118/149/20  n.d

Grant: for £290  DDX 118/149/21  13 Feb. 1813

Contents:
(i) William Harper of Samlesbury, gent. (ii) John Walmsley of Castlemoor, par. Rochdale, esq., allotment of grounds (20ac.2r.) on Waddington Fell

Abstract of the award made upon the enclosure of Grindleton Fell, Bradford Fell, Bashall Moor and Hodgson Moor  DDX 118/149/22  28 Apr. 1819

Deed of renunciation by Richard Legh of Adlington Hall, esq  DDX 118/149/23  19 Jul. 1822

Contents:
Of the trusteeship and executorship of the will of John Walmsley, late of Castlemeer, par. Rochdale, deceased. (Copy)

Lease and release; for £3,859  DDX 118/149/24  15, 16 Aug. 1828

Contents:
To (ii) and £136 to (i): (i) George Walmsley of Castlemeer, now residing at Bolesworth Castle, co. Chester, esq., (ii) John Entwisle of Foxholes, esq., (iii) John Hartley of Settle, co. York, gent. (iv) John Taylor of Whalley, esq., (v) Thomas Taylor of Waddow Lodge, co. York, gent., Freeholders Farm and land (37 ac.16p.) Thornbers Farm and land (63ac. 3r. 7p.) Dam Head Farm and land (48ac. 1r. 35p.) a water cornmill in Waddington and 3 allotments in Waddington, with all Fell tithes arising from the various properties

Abstract of the title  DDX 118/149/25  15 Aug. 1828 - 6 Jun. 1836

Contents:
To sundry freehold farms and tenements in Waddington, late the property of Mrs. Jane Brennand, deceased

Valuation of property in the township of Waddington belonging to Mrs. Brennand  DDX 118/149/26  7 Aug. 1830

Mortgage: for £1,850  DDX 118/149/27  3, 4 May, 1831

Contents:
(i) Jane Brennand of Bedford Street, Chorlton Row, par. Manchester, widow, niece and heiress at law of Thomas Taylor late of Waddow Lodge, gent., deceased (ii) Henry Halstead of Stanhill within Oswaldtwisle, gent the property specified in [...] DDX 118/148/25

Further charge for securing £200  DDX 118/149/28  25 Apr. 1833

Contents:
(i) Jane Brennand, late of Bedford Street, Chorlton Row, now of Wellington Street, Salford, widow. (ii) Henry Halstead as above the property specified in [...] DDX 118/148/25

Conditions for the sale of estates in Waddington late belonging to Mrs. Jane Brennand, deceased  DDX 118/149/29  19 Jul. 1836

Memorandum of an agreement  DDX 118/149/30  11 Aug. 1836

Contents:
Between (i) Benjamin Wilson of Baxenden, gent., Felix Leach of Brungerley in Waddington, gent., and Thomas Hopwood of Clitheroe, gent., (ii) Joseph Fenton and John Fenton, both of Bamford Hall, par. Rochdale, esqs. (i) to sell for £3,800 Freeholders Farm, Damhead Farm, Thornbers Farm, a water corn mill and a parcel of ground (19 ac. 2r. 13p.) in Waddington

Conveyance: for £2,050  DDX 118/149/31  22 Nov. 1836

Contents:
To (i) and £1,750 to (ii): (i) George Pickup of Dunnyshop in New Accrington, gent., and Elijah Nutter of Broadoak in New Accrington, book keeper (trustees and executors of Henry Halstead, late of Stanhill in Oswaldtwisle, gent., deceased) (ii) Benjamin Wilson, Felix Leach and Thomas Hopwood, all as above (iii) Joseph Fenton, as above, and John Fenton of Crimble, esq., (iv) James Fenton of Crimble, esq the property specified in DDX 118/149/30 above to (iii)

Memorial from Mrs. Brennand's trustees to the Registrar of the West Riding of the County of York concerning DDX 118/149/31 above  DDX 118/149/32  n.d

Memorandum that when estates called Thornbers, Freeholders, Dam Head and Waddington Mill are offered for sale, the conditions of sale must be similar to those under which Messrs. Fenton and son purchased  DDX 118/149/33  24 Nov. 1836

Documents relating to allotments at West Bradford  DDX 118/150  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/150/1  18 Apr. 1845

Contents:
Of James Hoyle of Horrocksford within Clitheroe, farmer to 4 allotments in West Bradford further to an Act of Parliament for inclosing lands in Grindleton, Bradford, Waddington and Bashall

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/150/2  13 Oct. 1871

Contents:
On the death of James Hoyle, late of Horrocksford, yeoman, deceased, who died possessed of 4 dwelling houses in West Bradford, 3 other dwelling houses with the croft behind the same (2r.15p.) and 4 allotments in West Bradford
Admittance of brother Joseph Hoyle of Sabden, cotton spinner, nephew Joseph Grime of Manchester, warehouseman, and Roger Green of Whalley, merchant, on trusts specified in the will of J.H

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/150/3  12 Apr. 1872

Contents:
Of John Burton of Tyldesley and of Eaves Hall in West Bradford, esq. 2 allotments in West Bradford surrendered for £660 by Joseph Hoyle, Joseph Grime and Roger Green, all as in DDX 118/150/2

Estate called Townhead in Bradford  DDX 118/151  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Slaidburn  DDX 118/151/1  7 Jun. 1855

Contents:
Of Felix Leach of Brungerley in Waddington, yeoman, Joseph Hoyle of Sabden, cotton spinner and manufacturer, and James Green of Enfield in Clayton-le-Moors, yeoman, to 2 undivided moieties of a plot of ground formerly part of an estate called Townhead in Bradford F.L. and J.H. to hold 1 moiety on trusts declared in the will of Giles Hoyle, late of Horrocksford, yeoman, and J.G., to hold the other moiety on trusts declared in the will of Roger Green, late of Whalley, yeoman

Copyhold tenure in the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/152  [n.d.]

Extract from the Domesday Book concerning the Hundred of Blackburn  DDX 118/152/1  1085

Copies (3) of a grant by Henry of Lacy to the freemen of Blackburnshire  DDX 118/152/2  1 May, 1332


Related information: (See P.1161 Chetham Soc. XX)

Copies (2) of the customs of the Wapentake of Blackburn  DDX 118/152/3  31 Jan. 1402

Copies (2) of a decree regulating the fines to be paid by the tenants of the manors in the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/152/4  12 Feb. 1618

Contents:
And by the tenants in Oswaldtwistle in particular

Copies (2) of a similar decree for Huncoat  DDX 118/152/5  10 May, 1618

Copy of a similar decree for Tottington  DDX 118/152/6  3 Jun. 1618

Copies (2) of the copyhold customs of the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/152/7  1666

Copies (3) of the customs of the several manors and copyhold lands in the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/152/8  1670

Copies (2) of an inquisition into the extent and customs of the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/152/9  1686

Copy of the postea in Haworth V. Warburton concerning mineral rights in the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/152/10  1789

Petition of the copyholders of some or one of the manors in the Honour of Clitheroe and their tenants in favour of the Copyhold Enfranchisement Bill  DDX 118/152/11  1884

Article on copyhold tenure in the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/152/12  2 Apr. 1884

Copies (3) of extracts from the roll of Private Acts of Parliament relating to the tenure of copyholders of the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/152/13  15 May 1884

Contents:
(Printed in connexion with the Copyhold Enfranchisement Bill)

Report by the Select Committee appointed by the House of Lords to consider the Copyhold Enfranchisement Bill  DDX 118/152/14  1887

Contents:
With minutes of the evidence placed before it

Extracts from the Report of the Select Committee with the evidence of Mr. John Woodcock and Mr. Arthur Ingram Robinson  DDX 118/152/15  1887

Abstracts (2) of enfranchisements in the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/152/16  31 Dec. 1897 - 30 Dec. 1925

Prospectuses (2) of the Clitheroe Estate Company Ltd  DDX 118/152/17  1898

File of correspondence between Mr. B.J. Westwell, the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries and Mr. John Woodcock  DDX 118/152/18  15 Jun. 1905 - 15 Feb. 1915

Contents:
Re enfranchisement of land in the Honour of Clitheroe

Plan of the borough of Accrington  DDX 118/152/19  Sep. 1906

Memorandum on the Real Property Bill, 1913, relating to the enfranchisement of copyholds in the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/152/20  n.d

Copies (3) of an article in the Accrington Division Gazette concerning a claim to rents and services by the Lord of the manor of Wrotham  DDX 118/152/21  31 Jan. 1914

Fees payable to the Steward of the Honour of Clitheroe on admittances to copyhold estates  DDX 118/152/22  Sep. 1918

Notice of increase in the court fees of the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/152/23  9 Feb. 1920

Notices (2) to tenants of the manor of Accrington that they may enfranchise their copyhold lands on paying the Lords' Compensation and the Steward's Fees  DDX 118/152/24  19 Apr. 1921

Copies (2) of the report on the debate in the House of Commons on, amongst other things, the Law of Property Amendment Bill  DDX 118/152/25  18 Dec. 1924

The Haslingden Guardian  DDX 118/152/26  26 Dec. 1924

Haslingden Gazette  DDX 118/152/27  27 Dec. 1924

Haslingden Gazette  DDX 118/152/28  10 Jan. 1925

Estimates (10) of compensation payable on Clitheroe copyholds based on the year 1925-6  DDX 118/152/29  1925-1926

The Law Journal  DDX 118/152/30  9 May 1925

The Haslingden Guardian  DDX 118/152/31  8 Jan. 1926

Copies (2) of the report of the debate in the House of Commons of an amendment to the Law of Property Amendment Bill  DDX 118/152/32  3 Jun. 1926

Points of claim of the Lords of the Honour of Clitheroe with reference to compensation payable on the extinguishment of the revenue formerly derived from incidents of copyhold Tenure  DDX 118/152/33  2 Sep. 1926 - 23 Mar. 1927

Contents:
With some correspondence attached (Copy)

Correspondence between the Solicitors' Committee and the Ministry of Agriculture re the Lords' compensation and a proposed enquiry  DDX 118/152/34  2 Sep. 1926 - 14 Apr. 1927

Observations on the lords' points of claim  DDX 118/152/35  1927

Mr. Week's observations on the lords' case  DDX 118/152/36  25 Mar. 1927

Letters (2) concerning a meeting of the Haslingden Cotton Manufacturers Association  DDX 118/152/37  30 Mar. 1927

Notice of a public enquiry to be held 13 May 1927  DDX 118/152/38  11 Apr. 1927

Contents:
With reference to an application by the Clitheroe Estates' Co. Ltd., for a determination by the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries of the scale of compensation payable under the Law of Property Act

Brief for counsel on behalf of the tenants or copyholders of the Honour of Clitheroe, at the public enquiry  DDX 118/152/39  1927

Supplemental instructions to counsel  DDX 118/152/40  1927

Third supplemental instructions to counsel  DDX 118/152/41  1927

Copies (2) of examples of the cost of extinguishing manorial incidents within the Honour  DDX 118/152/42  1927

Report of the first day's proceedings at the public local enquiry  DDX 118/152/43  13 May 1927

Report of the second day's proceedings  DDX 118/152/44  14 May 1927

Mr. Frederick Dixon Robinson's evidence at the enquiry  DDX 118/152/45  n.d

Copies (8) of the order of the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries relating to compensation in the Honour of Clitheroe  DDX 118/152/46  3 Aug. 1927

Dispute as to Horncliffe Quarries  DDX 118/153  [n.d.]

A list of tenants with the names of the closes they occupy  DDX 118/153/1  n.d

A plan of that part of Dearden Moor in dispute  DDX 118/153/2  n.d

A plan of that part of Dearden Moor belonging to Mr. John Haworth at Horncliffe  DDX 118/153/3  1751

A plan drawn up for Haworth V. Warburton and others concerning mineral right in the manor of Tottington  DDX 118/153/4  1789

Plan of the old Horncliffe Estate in Tottington Higher End belonging to the trustees of the late Mr. John Haworth  DDX 118/153/5  1836

Plan of Horncliffe joint property taken from the township map  DDX 118/153/6  1837

Letters (18) concerning the getting of stone in Horncliffe  DDX 118/153/7  12 Apr. 1862-17 Mar. 1866

Bill from T. Woodcock & Sons to the trustees of the will of the late Mr. John Haworth of Horncliffe House  DDX 118/153/8  5 Dec. 1866

Plan of the separate property of the late Mrs. Hardman of Horncliffe House  DDX 118/153/9  1881

Tottington Lower End  DDX 118/154  [n.d.]

Assessments on Tottington Lower End for Bury Church  DDX 118/154/1  n.d

Assessment on Tottington Lower End towards the repairing of Bury Church and Holcome Chapel  DDX 118/154/2  7 Mar. 1793

Assessment on Tottington Lower End for the same  DDX 118/154/3  Mar. 1794

Assessment on Tottington Lower End for the duty on houses and windows  DDX 118/154/4  1801 - 1802

Assessment on Tottington Lower End for Land Tax  DDX 118/154/5  1802

Assessment on Tottington Lower End towards the repairing of Bury Church and Holcome Chapel  DDX 118/154/6  10 Mar. 1811

Receipt for Land Tax  DDX 118/154/7  11 Nov. 1811

Rossendale assessments  DDX 118/155  [n.d.]

Assessment on Newhallhey, Tustead, Lenches and Coupe  DDX 118/155/1  n.d

Assessment on Rossendale for Land Tax  DDX 118/155/2  1727

Similar assessment  DDX 118/155/3  1728

Appointment of James Law and Thomas Ashworth as surveyors of the highway for Deadwenclough  DDX 118/155/4  10 Oct. 1780

Appointment of Richard Ashworth and John Taylor for Deadwenclough  DDX 118/155/5  12 Oct. 1810

South Lancashire Elections 1861 and 1865  DDX 118/156  [n.d.]

South Lancashire Election 1861  [no ref. or date]

Instructions to the captains of canvassing district  DDX 118/156/1  n.d

Instructions to deputy sheriffs and poll clerks  DDX 118/156/2  n.d

Notice of the situation of polling booths  DDX 118/156/3  14 Aug. 1861

Notice to the returning officer that Charles Turner of Liverpool, esq. (one of the candidates) has appointed Mr. P. Watson as his agent to attend at the polling booth marked 4 in Bury to detect personation  DDX 118/156/4  15 Aug. 1861

Appointment of Mr. Thomas Woodcock to take the poll at Bury  DDX 118/156/5  15 Aug. 1861

Oath taken by Thomas Woodcock the younger that he will truly and indifferently take the poll  DDX 118/156/6  17 Aug. 1861

Notice to the returning officer that John Cheetham (one of the candidates) has appointed Messrs. James Smith, Squire Holt, William Howorth, Thomas Knight and James Dunne to attend at the polling booths to detect personation  DDX 118/156/7  17 Aug. 1861

Electoral register for Tottington Lower End, Walmersley cum Shuttleworth  DDX 118/156/8  1861

South Lancashire Election, 1865  DDX 118/157  [n.d.]

Instructions to deputy sheriffs and poll clerks  DDX 118/157/1  n.d

Appointment of Mr. Thomas Woodcock as deputy sheriff to preside at the taking of the poll at Bury  DDX 118/157/2  17 Jul. 1865

Appointment of Mr. John Woodcock as a poll clerk  DDX 118/157/3  17 Jul. 1865

Election handbill from Mr. Gladstone  DDX 118/157/4  18 Jul. 1865

Notice that Charles Turner has appointed Mr. Frederic Anderton of Bury as his agent to detect personation  DDX 118/157/5  19 Jul. 1865

Notice that Algernon Egerton has appointed Mr. Frederic Anderton of Bury as his agent to detect personation  DDX 118/157/6  19 Jul. 1865

Notice that William I. Legh has appointed Mr. Frederic Anderton of Bury as his agent to detect personation  DDX 118/157/7  19 Jul. 1865

Oath taken by John Woodcock that he will truly and indifferently take the poll  DDX 118/157/8  20 Jul. 1865

Card admitting Thomas Woodcock and John Woodcock to polling booth No. 3 in Bury  DDX 118/157/9  n.d

Electoral register for Pilkington, Pilsworth, Tottington Higher End, Walmersley cum Shuttleworth  DDX 118/157/10  n.d

The Haslingden and Rawtenstall Waterworks  DDX 118/158  [n.d.]

Plan of the area near Rawtenstall to be used for the waterworks  DDX 118/158/1  n.d

Instructions to be followed in preparing a book of reference  DDX 118/158/2  1851

Part of a draft book of reference for Higher Booths and Hapton  DDX 118/158/3  1851

Copies (3) of a notice that it is intended to make application for leave to introduce a Bill for supplying with water various specified towns  DDX 118/158/4  1 Nov. 1852

Copies (3) of a circular to owners of property which will be required for the waterworks, asking them to state whether they assent to or dissent from the proposed undertaking  DDX 118/158/5  1 Dec. 1852

A proposed bill for better supplying with water the towns and villages of Haslingden, Rawtenstall and Newchurch and certain specified townships  DDX 118/158/6  1852 - 1853

Petition of some of the inhabitants of Haslingden Rawtenstall and Newchurch and the neighbourhood thereof regarding Bill presented to Parliament  DDX 118/158/7  n.d

Miscellaneous correspondence and reports re Haslingden and Rawtenstall waterworks received by Mr. Thomas Woodcock  DDX 118/158/8  14 Jun. 1853 - 31 Aug. 1863

Copies (3) of the Haslingden and Rawtenstall Waterworks Act  DDX 118/158/9  1853

Receipt from the English and Irish Magnetic Telegraph Company concerning a telegram sent by Mr. Woodcock to Mr. Harper  DDX 118/158/10  6 Jan. 1854

Calls (2) on Mr. William Francis  DDX 118/158/11  20 Jan. 1854

Contents:
A shareholder in the Haslingden and Rawtenstall waterworks

Memos and receipts (2) concerning 2 telegrams sent by Mr. Woodcock to Mr. Harper  DDX 118/158/12  3, 4 Feb. 1854

Call on Mr. Richard Lord  DDX 118/158/13  10 Jul. 1854

Contents:
A shareholder in The Haslingden and Rawtenstall waterworks

List of witnesses to be called at an enquiry due to some opposition to the Haslingden and Rawtenstall waterworks  DDX 118/158/14  Jul. 1854

Similar list of witnesses  DDX 118/158/15  n.d

Evidence of Peter Rigby, a master bleacher  DDX 118/158/16  n.d

Evidence of Robert Schofield, a dyer  DDX 118/158/17  n.d

List of samples of material produced by Robert Schofield  DDX 118/158/18  n.d

Evidence of Eleazer Manley, a cotton spinner  DDX 118/158/19  21 Jul. 1854

Evidence of James Farran, a surveyor  DDX 118/158/20  n.d

Evidence of James Bevan  DDX 118/158/21  n.d

Circular to ascertain the opinion of the shareholders respecting the future policy and management of the Birkenhead, Lancashire and Cheshire Junction Railway Co  DDX 118/158/22  5 Aug. 1854

Circular criticising the policy of the Birkenhead, Lancashire and Cheshire Railway  DDX 118/158/23  5 Aug. 1854

The Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser  DDX 118/158/24  14 Apr. 1855

Prescribed form of tender for the Haslingden and Rawtenstall waterworks  DDX 118/158/25  Jun. 1855

2 Copies

Form of letter of proposed sureties for the tenders  DDX 118/158/26  Jun. 1855

Copies (2) of resolutions re the Public Health Bill passed at a meeting of the representatives of Gas and Water Companies etc  DDX 118/158/27  4 Jul. 1855

Resolutions passed at a similar meeting on learning that the Public Health Bill use be abandoned for the present Session  DDX 118/158/28  11 Jul. 1855

Notice to the Haslingden and Rawtenstall Waterworks Company that some land in which they are interested may be required for the Bury Improvement Scheme  DDX 118/158/29  1 Dec. 1861

Amended copy of an Act to protect the waters of the Mersey, the Weaver and the Irwell and some of their tributaries from certain obstructions  DDX 118/158/30  1862

Circular letter offering Preference Shares to shareholders of the Haslingden and Rawtenstall waterworks  DDX 118/158/31  3 Feb. 1862

Printed form re the above offer  DDX 118/158/32  3 Feb. 1862

Miscellaneous Bills  [no ref. or date]

Solicitors costs connected with Haslingden and Rawtenstall Waterworks Act  DDX 118/158/33  Oct. 1852 - Jul. 1853

Draft of DDX 118/158/33  DDX 118/158/34  [n.d.]

Solicitors bill in re Charles Towneley, esq  DDX 118/158/35  29 Jul. 1853 - 11 Jul. 1855

General bill for Haslingden and Rawtenstall Waterworks  DDX 118/158/36  23 Dec. 1853 - 6 Jan. 1856

Solicitors costs in Haslingden and Rawtenstall Waterworks and Mr. John Ormerod  DDX 118/158/37  May 1854 - Jan. 1856

Solicitors costs in Haslingden and Rawtenstall Waterworks and Mr. Wm. Lord  DDX 118/158/38  May 1854 - Feb. 1856

Bill from James Greenwood, Edward Lee and David Pickup for their expenses as witnesses  DDX 118/158/39  21 Jul. 1854

Accounts of Mr. Woodcock's costs in connexion with the Haslingden and Rawtenstall Waterworks  DDX 118/158/40  1855

The Hogshead estate and coalmines in Spotland  DDX 118/159  [n.d.]

Plan of Lands in Spotland  DDX 118/159/1  n.d

Lease: for 21 yrs  DDX 118/159/2  3 Nov 1788

Contents:
(i) James Lomax of Clayton Hall, esq., (ii) John Hargreaves of Old Hogshead within Spotland, woollen manufacturer a farm called Old Hogshead in Spotland with closes called the Higher New Ground, the Lower New Ground, the Great Bank, the Dick Bank, the Middle Bank, the House Feild, the Spout Feild, the House Meadow, the Dunghill, the Great Meadow, the Little Meadow the New Rough and the New Pasture annual rent £20.14.0. for the first year and £29.7.0. thereafter

Mortgage by lease and release  DDX 118/159/3  5, 6 Dec. 1788

Contents:
For £1,200: (i) James Lomax of Clayton, esq., and Richard Grimshaw Lomax of Clayton, esq. (son of J.L.) (ii) Francis Michael Trapps of Aberford, co. York, esq. (eldest son and heir of Francis Trapps of Nidd, co. York esq. and Elizabeth Trapps (late Elizabeth Lomax) (iii) R.G.L. and Bertie Markland of Blackburn, esq. a dwelling house, 2 cottages and closes (20 ac.) at Lower Hogshead, a dwelling house and closes (40 ac.) at Higher Hogshead, and a dwelling house and closes (13 ac.) at Great Harwood

Schedules of deeds and other writings relating to the Hogshead Estate  DDX 118/159/4  5, 6 Dec. 1788 - 4 Jan. 1867

Copy of DDX 118/159/4  DDX 118/159/5  n.d

Abstract of deeds relating to an estate called Hogshead in Spotland  DDX 118/159/6  5, 6 Dec. 1788 - 9, 10 Sep. 1793

Abstract of the title of the trustees for sale under the will of the late John Lomax, esq  DDX 118/159/7  30 Dec. 1788 - 4 Oct. 1850

Contents:
To an estate called Hogshead and the mines lying under the same

Will of James Lomax of Clayton Hall, esq  DDX 118/159/8  1788

Contents:
Annuity of £80 and legacies to wife Elizabeth: leasehold estate called Hazlehurst at Ashton-under-Lyme to son James: estate at Spotland to son John: legacies to both sons: undivided moiety of the manor of Clayton and all other estates to son Richard Grimshaw Lomax, charged with annuity and legacies. Exec: E.L. and R.G.L. (Copy) Dated 30 Dec 1788

Will of John Lomax, late of Clayton Hall, now of Devonshire Street, Queens Square, co. Middlesex, gent  DDX 118/159/9  1793

Contents:
Lands in Lower Hogshead in Spotland to mother Elizabeth Lomax for life and then to brother James Lomax: bequests to brothers J.L. and Richard Grimshaw L. and sister Elizabeth Trapps. Exec: E.L. and J.L. (Copy)
Dated 20 May 1793

Lease and release: for £1,200  DDX 118/159/10  9,10 Sep. 1793

Contents:
(i) Richard Grimshaw Lomax of Clayton Hall, esq., and Bertie Markland of Blackburn, esq. (ii) Francis Michael Trapps of St. Trinians, co.York, esq. and Elizabeth his wife, (iii) John Pilkington of Preston dwelling house and closes (13 ac.) called Sellers in Great Harwood to J.P. to hold to the use of R.G.L. (Copy)

Will of James Lomax Captain in His Majesty's Regiment of Royal Volunteers  DDX 118/159/11  1797

Contents:
Bequests to 3 natural children estates in Forest of Rossendale to mother for life, after that, together with all other estate to brother Grimshaw Lomax. Exec: G.L. (Copy). Dated 18 Apr 1797
Probate granted 24 Sep. 1805

List of deeds relating to the colliery at Hogshead  DDX 118/159/12  1 May 1807 - 5 Dec. 1857

2 receipts for tithe money  DDX 118/159/13  4, 6 Jun. 1814

Letter to Mr. Richard G. Lomax of Clayton Hall concerning tithes  DDX 118/159/14  24 Nov. 1816

Grant: for 10/-  DDX 118/159/15  10 Feb. 1817

Contents:
(i) James Maden of Greens near Bacup, merchant, (ii) James Taylor of Whitworth within Spotland, surgeon, and Richard Grimshaw Lomax of Clayton Hall, esq. tithes payable in respect of a farm and closes called Hogshead (22ac.) in Whitworth, another messuage and closes at Hogshead. (45 ac. 23 p.)

Receipted bill for engrossing the grant of tithe deed  DDX 118/159/16  1 Apr. 1817

Lease for 21 yrs  DDX 118/159/17  24 Jun. 1819

Contents:
(i) Richard Grimshaw Lomax of Clayton Hall, esq. (ii) Benjamin Lees and Thomas Lees both of Leaving Greave within Spotland a bed of coal under closes called Lomax's Pasture, the New Ground, the Middle Bank and the Dick Bank, the Great Bank, the Coal Pit Field, the Barn Field, the Homestead, the Higher Meadows and the Lower Meadows (58ac.1r.30p) and closes called the Highmost Field, the Stubble, the Randle Fields, the House Field and the Homestead Meadow, the Acres, the Three Fields and Roods (24ac.29p.) in Spotland annual rent £150 with additional rents based on the price of coal

Plan of part of Great Harwood showing a watercourse  DDX 118/159/18  Jul. 1820

Will of Richard Grimshaw Lomax of Clayton Hall, esq  DDX 118/159/19  1836, 1837

Contents:
Clayton Hall and manor to George Weld of Leagram Hall and Henry Petre of Dunkenhalgh, esqs., on specified trusts: real estate at Padiham and Spotland and remaining real personal and leasehold estate to son John Lomax, subject to specified charges: estates in Scotland to son James Lomax. Exec: wife Caroline Lomax, sons John and James Lomax. Dated 21 Nov. 1836
Codicil: further bequest to son James. 19 Jan 1837
Probate granted 31 Jul 1837

Lease for 21 yrs  DDX 118/159/20  17 Jul. 1839

Contents:
(i) John Lomax of Clayton Hall, esq
(ii) Thomas Lees of Toxteth Park beds of coal under property specified in DDX 118/159/17 above annual rent £200 and other specified rents

Copy of DDX 118/159/20 and abstract of leases for years and conveyances in fee by the late John Lomax, esq. of parts of the Hogshead Estate in Spotland  DDX 118/159/21  18 Mar. 1843 - 12 May 1847

Assignment of residue of a term of 21 yrs: for £494.4.8  DDX 118/159/22  2 Sep. 1842

Contents:
(i) Joseph Lees of Burnley, surgeon (administrator of the goods of Thomas Lees late of Toxteth Park, surgeon, deceased) (ii) Robert Lees of Hogshead, colliery agent as DDX 118/159/21 with the colliery and works at Hogshead (Copy)

Will of John Lomax of Clayton Hall, esq  DDX 118/159/23  1838

Contents:
£2,000 and personal property to wife Helen Robinson Lomax; all estate to Charles Towneley of Towneley and Ralph Blagborough of Downing College, Cambridge, esqs. upon specified trusts. Exec: C.T., R.B., and H.R.L. 12 Dec. 1838
Codicil: bequest of specified personal property to wife. 4 Sep. 1846
Probate granted 7 Nov. 1849

Deed of disclaimer by Charles Towneley, as in DDX 118/159/23, of the trusteeship of the will of John Lomax, esq. deceased  DDX 118/159/24  10 Jun. 1850

Appointment of John Thomas Walshman Aspinall of Mytton Hall, esq. as a trustee of the will of John Lomax, esq. deceased  DDX 118/159/25  4 Oct. 1850

Conditions of sale for land at Hogshead with the coal mines  DDX 118/159/26  24 Oct. 1850

Declaration of John Diggle of Woodbine Cottage near Padiham, coalmine surveyor  DDX 118/159/27  21 Mar. 1851

Contents:
Concerning a plan of the Lower and Higher Hogshead farms

Similar declaration by George Waddington of Padiham, farmer  DDX 118/159/28  21 Mar. 1851

Conveyance: for £2.660  DDX 118/159/29  24 Dec. 1851

Contents:
(i) Ralph Blegborough of Standen Hall near Clitheroe, esq., and John Thomas Walshman Aspinall, late of Mytton Hall, now of Standen Hall, esq. (ii) Helen Robinson Lomax, late of Clayton Hall, now of Kent Terrace, Regents Park, widow of John Lomax, late of Clayton Hall, esq. (iii) Robert Smith of Bacup, cotton spinner and manufacturer (iv) William Sutcliffe of Bacup, corndealer farm called Hogshead and land (80 ac.27p.) with the mines and beds of coal under them

Lease for 8 yrs  DDX 118/159/30  26 Dec. 1851

Contents:
(i) Robert Smith as in DDX 118/159/29 (ii) Robert Lees of Hogshead in Spotland, coal proprietor beds of coal lying under specified closes at Hogshead annual rent £150 for 4 yrs and then £50 for 4 yrs; and other specified rents. (Copy)

Memorandum of the deposit of deeds by Robert Smith of Bacup, cotton spinner, and Thomas Postlethwaite of Liverpool, merchant, with Messrs. Lane and Sidgreave of Preston, bankers, as a security for £4,000  DDX 118/159/31  17 Feb. 1852

Valuation of colliery stock and plant at Hogshead Colliery  DDX 118/159/32  23 Feb. 1852

Conveyance  DDX 118/159/33  28 Jul. 1854

Contents:
(i) Robert Smith as in DDX 118/159/29 (ii) Ann Smith wife of R.S. (iii) James Ashworth of Acre Mill, Bacup, woollen manufacturer, and William Smith of Bacup, cotton manufacturer property in DDX 118/159/29 above on specified trusts to provide a settlement for A.S. and children. (Copy)

Abstract of DDX 118/159/33, 30  DDX 118/159/34  28 Jul. 1854, 16 Jan. 1855

Contents:
And of appointment by Ann Smith of a charge of £3,000 on the lands and mines at Hogshead to be paid to Richard Smith and Joshua Lord, both of Bacup, manufacturers and commission agents

Appointment  DDX 118/159/35  16 Jan. 1855

Contents:
(i) Ann Smith, as in DDX 118/159/34 (ii) Richard Smith and Joshua Lord charge of £3,000 on lands at Hogshead to be paid to (ii)

Miscellaneous papers concerning the financial position of the Hogshead Coal Company  DDX 118/159/36  1857 - 1859

Mortgage for £2,000  DDX 118/159/37  18 Mar. 1858

Contents:
(i) James Ashworth of Acre Mill, Bacup, woollen manufacturer, and William Smith of Bacup, cotton manufacturer, (ii) Robert Smith of Bacup, late cotton spinner and manufacturer, but now out of business and Ann his wife, (iii) Richard Smith and Joshua Lord both as in DDX 118/159/35 (iv) Stephen Topper of Lower Clark Hill near Whalley, gent. and John Robertshaw of Burwains in Briercliffe, gent. (v) James Topper of Acre House in the Forest of Pendle, gent specified land at Hogshead

Additional abstract of Mr. Robert Smith's title to a certain estate called Hogshead in Spotland  DDX 118/159/38  18 Mar. 1858 - 8 Jun. 1863

Notice to Mr. Robert Lees of Hogshead, coal proprietor  DDX 118/159/39  12 Sep. 1859

Contents:
To divert a stream, replace soil and fill in holes and repair other damage caused by his mines

Lease for 999 yrs  DDX 118/159/40  22 Jun. 1861

Contents:
(i) Stephen Topper of Lower Clark Hill, gent. (ii) James Ashworth of Acre Mill, Bacup, woollen manufacturer, and William Smith of Bacup, cotton manufacturer, (iii) Robert Smith of Hogshead, gent and Ann his wife (iv) The Britannia Cotton Mill Company Ltd. (v) William Sutcliffe, corn miller, Joshua Lord, cotton spinner and Richard Smith, cotton spinner, all of Bacup, directors of the Company a plot of land in Spotland part of a close called the Acres (2,422-1/3rd sq.yds) annual rent £15.2.9. (v) to hold on trust for the Company

Counterpart of DDX 118/159/40  DDX 118/159/41  n.d

Declaration and appointment  DDX 118/159/42  8 Jun. 1863

Contents:
(i) Ann Smith, wife of Robert Smith of Britannia near Bacup, cotton spinner and manufacturer, (ii) James Sutcliffe Smith, spinner and manufacturer, Sarah Ann Smith, spinster, John Smith, spinner and manufacturer, and Martha Smith, spinster, all of Britannia (iii) John Burrows Smith of Bacup, rope maker, (iv) R.S. trust moneys arising from premises in Hogshead, settled in DDX 118/159/33 above

Lease for 14 yrs  DDX 118/159/43  26 May 1866

Contents:
(i) Stephen Topper of Lower Clark Hill, gent, James Topper of Acre House in the Forest of Pendle, gent. and James Topper of Whalley, schoolmaster, (mortgagees) (ii) James Ashworth of Acre Mill, in Bacup, woollen manufacturer, and William Smith of Bacup, cotton manufacturer, (trustees) (iii) Robert Smith and Ann his wife as above (iv) Joshua Townsend of Edenfield, John Townsend of Townsend Fold, Richard Townsend of Haslingden, all cotton manufacturers, James Hargreaves and William Knowles of Newchurch and Luke Earnshaw of Waterfoot, gents a road and tramway on the Hogshead Estate and the right to occupy land near the newly built cottages at Britannia annual rent £70

Articles of agreement  DDX 118/159/44  23 Jul. 1866

Contents:
(i) Robert Smith of Hogshead, yeoman, (ii) Lazarus Threlfall of Colne, wine and spirit merchant: R.S. to convey property at Hogshead within 6 months for £3,400 by way of mortgage

Mortgage: for £3,400  DDX 118/159/45  4 Jan. 1867

Contents:
(i) James Topper of Acre House, as in DDX 118/159/43, and James Topper of Longton nr. Preston, schoolmaster (ii) James Ashworth and William Smith, as above (iii) Robert Smith as above (iv) Francis Richmond of Salford, ironmonger, James Stewart Russell of 88, Ledbury Rd., Rayswater, co. Middlesex, dissenting minister, and Lazarus Threlfall, as above specified premises at Hogshead mortgage debt of £2,000 owing to (i) paid off

Reconveyance: for £3,400  DDX 118/159/46  1877

Contents:
(i) James Stewart Russell now of 115, Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill, London and Lazarus Threlfall, as in DDX 118/159/43, (ii) Ann Smith of Hogshead, widow property mortgaged in DDX 118/159/44 above
5 Jul. 1877
Attached is a memorandum authorizing Mrs. Smith to pay £3,400 to Mr. James Robertshaw of Colne, solicitor
29 Jun. 1877

Deed of partition; for £1,000  DDX 118/159/47  1 Apr. 1879

Contents:
Paid by (i) to (ii): (i) James Sutcliffe Smith of Greensnook, Bacup, cotton spinner and manufacturer, (ii) John Smith of Firtrees, Bacup, book keeper (iii) J.S.S. J.S. and James Smith Sutcliffe of Birch House, Bacup, corn merchant, (iv) Alfred Grundy of Manchester, gent to (i) and specified lands at Spotland and Bacup to (ii) further to the will of Mrs. Ann Smith late of Rochdale Road, Bacup, deceased

Conveyance and assignment: for £6,000  DDX 118/159/48  10 Nov. 1905

Contents:
(i) James Sutcliffe Smith of Moor View near Bacup, cotton spinner and manufacturer, (ii) William Ernest Sutcliffe of Oaklands near Bury, and James Wood Sutcliffe of Beech House, Bacup, cotton spinners and manufacturers (iii) James Henry Heys of Westville, Facit in Rochdale, quarry stoner, John Rigg the younger of 29, Hare Street, Rochdale and Robert Ogden of Shaw Hill, Rochdale, mill manager specified land at Hogshead and Bacup and the Britannia Mill and copyhold property at Trough Yate in Whitworth

New Hall Hey Mill at Rawtenstall  DDX 118/160  [n.d.]

Copy of baptisms and burials in Goodshaw Chapelry for 1813  DDX 118/160/1  1813

Rough plan of the Cross Estate in Gambleside Booth  DDX 118/160/2  n.d

The London Gazette  DDX 118/160/3  20 Apr. 1832

Balance Sheet for the mill  DDX 118/160/4  1 Jan. 1833

Balance Sheet for the mill  DDX 118/160/5  1 Jan. 1834

Will of Edmund Sanderson of Crawshawbooth, gent  DDX 118/160/6  1833, 1834

Contents:
Copyhold farm and land, two closes of land at Reeds Holme, and two dwelling houses, all at Crawshawbooth to son James Sanderson a farm called Cranberry Height, a public house called the Black Dog to son George Sanderson dwelling house at Goodshaw to daughter Ann Sanderson: £400 to children of deceased daughter Mary Hardman: £500 each to daughters Ann and Hannah. Exec: J.S. and G.S. (Copy). 2 Aug 1833
Probate granted 11 Jan. 1834

Agreement tender and schedule of prices  DDX 118/160/7  1861

Contents:
Of Horncliffe stones required for erection of a new fireproof mill to be erected at New Hall Hey for Messrs. Hardman Brothers

Copies (3) of a reprint from 'Industrial Britain' of an article on New Hall Hey Mill  DDX 118/160/8  December 1923

Fulling Mill at Flaxmoss  DDX 118/161  [n.d.]

Lease for 900 yrs  DDX 118/161/1  13 Apr 1785

Contents:
(i) James Law of Newchurch, yeoman, (ii) Henry Hargreaves of Millend, merchant, (iii) James Hargreaves of Millend, clerk two thirds of a plot of land set out for building a fulling mill in Flaxmoss near Haslingden agreement for building the mill and running it. (Copy)

Plan of land at Flaxmoss showing the watercourse in dispute at Holden Mill  DDX 118/161/2  n.d

Reservoir on the River Irwell  DDX 118/162  [n.d.]

Minutes of a meeting of the committee appointed to superintend the application to Parliament concerning proposed reservoirs on the River Irwell  DDX 118/162/1  29 Nov. 1832

Land at Wolfenden and Rawtenstall  DDX 118/163  [n.d.]

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/163/1  18 Apr. 1755

Contents:
Of Oliver Billing of Tunstead and Richard Piccop of Accrillfoot, both in the Forest of Rossendale, as feoffees in trust, to 2 messuages, 1 barn and other buildings, with closes and parcels of land thereto belonging, in the Walls in Wolfenden in the Forest of Rossendale (annual rent 2/-), 1 messuage, 1 barn, with closes and parcels of land thereto belonging at Foxhill in Wolfenden (annual rent 1/7) 1 messuage, 1 barn with closes and parcels of land thereto belonging at Derplay in the Forest of Rossendale (annual rent ¾d) and closes and parcels of copyhold lands on Flaxmoss near Haslingden (annual rent 1/6) surrendered by George Law, law of Green Law in the Forest of Rossendale, yeoman, for the uses and purposes declared in his will

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/163/2  11 Jul. 1768

Contents:
Of John Piccop of Brandwood, Rochdale, clothier, to 2 messuages and dwelling houses, 1 stable and other buildings at Rawtenstall in Rossendale, annual rent 2d, mortgaged for £20 by Robert Whitaker of Cureden Hall, par. Cureden, yeoman and Alice his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington  DDX 118/163/3  3 Jul. 1775

Contents:
Of James Law of Mill End in Rossendale, to the property specified in DDX 118/163/1 above surrendered by Richard Piccop of Acrehill Foot in the Forest of Rossendale, surviving feoffee in trust of George Law, formerly of Greenlaw but late of Bridleway in Rossendale, yeoman, deceased, at the special request of J.L. son and heir

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/163/4  22 Oct. 1776

Contents:
Of Frances Plumbe of Liverpool, spinster, to 2 messuages, 1 barn and other buildings with parcels and closes of land thereto belonging at Walls in Wolfenden in Rossendale (annual rent 2/-) 1 messuage, 1 barn and other buildings with parcels and closes of land thereto belonging at Foxhill within Wolfenden (annual rent 1/7) mortgaged for £200 by James Law of Newchurch in the Forest of Rossendale, booking maker

Agreement for letting, for 1 year at annual rent of £17  DDX 118/163/5  29 Jan. 1777

Contents:
Elizabeth Baron, widow, and Samuel Lord, chapman, both of or near Lum in Rossendale 1 messuage, 1 barn, and other buildings, pasture called the Clough and other parcels close and inclosure of land near Lum

Article of agreement for letting for 11 years at annual rent of £24  DDX 118/163/6  17 Sep. 1777

Contents:
James Law of Newchurch in the Forest of Rossendale, tradesman, and John Lord of Heightside in the Forest of Rossendale, weaver 1 messuage, tenement and farm commonly called Walls with stables outhouses and land (Signatures and seal removed)

Admittance in the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/163/7  21 Oct. 1777

Contents:
Of John Cunliffe of Rawtenstall in the Forest of Rossendale, butcher, to 2 messuages or dwelling houses, 1 stable and other buildings with lands thereto belonging, at Rawtenstall in Rossendale (annual rent 2d) surrendered for £100 by Robert Whittaker of Cuerden Green, butcher, and for 5/- by Alice his wife

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/163/8  13 May, 1778

Contents:
Of John Cunliffe of Rawtenstall to 2 messuages, or dwelling houses, 1 stable and other buildings with lands thereto belonging, at Rawtenstall (annual rent 2d) surrendered for 5/- by Richard Halstead of Blackmoss in the township of Accrington, yeoman

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/163/9  6 May, 1794

Contents:
Of Ann Hoyle of Rawtenstall in the Forest of Rossendale, widow and innholder, to 1 messuage, 1 stable and 1 brewhouse adjoining in Rawtenstall known as the Wheat Sheaf public house (annual rent 2d) surrendered by Richard Saunderson of Rawtenstall, innholder, and for £112 by James Barlow of Rawtenstall, yeoman, and Richard Whitaker of Constable in Rossendale, woollen weaver, feoffees in trust and executors of John Whitaker late of Rawtenstall, butcher, deceased, and for £28 by Mary Saunderson, late Mary Whitaker, widow of John Whitaker

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/163/10  28 Apr. 1795

Contents:
Of James Law of Newchurch in Rossendale, booking maker to the property specified in DOX 118/163/4 above reassigned for £206 by Frances Plumbe late of Liverpool now of Preston, spinster

Copy of agreement for letting for 21 years at annual rent of £9.15.0  DDX 118/163/11  27 Jan. 1798

Contents:
(i) James Law of Newchurch in the Forest of Rossendale, gent., (ii) James Hayworth of Dearplay in the said Forest, woollen weaver 1 messuage, 1 barn and other buildings with parcels closes and inclosures of land thereto belonging at Dearplay subject to a surrender according to the custom of the manor of Accrington

Articles of agreement for letting for 21 years at annual rent of £36.15.0  DDX 118/163/12  9 Oct. 1804

Contents:
(i) James Law of Newchurch in the Forest of Rossendale, gentleman (ii) Alice Taylor of Heightside in the aforesaid Forest, spinster 2 messuages or dwelling houses, 1 barn and other buildings, with three little fields above and below the lane and other close inclosure and parcels of land thereto belonging, in the Walls and in Rossendale subject to a surrender according to the custom of the manor of Accrington

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/163/13  9 Oct. 1804

Contents:
Of John Hargreaves of Rawtenstall in the Forest of Rossendale, yeoman to 2 messuages, cottages or dwelling houses (annual rent 2d) and 1 messuage, dwelling house or cottage with lands and premises thereto belonging particularly, the vacant piece of ground on the east end thereof (annual rent ½d) both at Rawtenstall surrendered for £120 by John Cunliffe of Haslingden, butcher, and Ann his wife

Will of Ann Hoyle of Rawtenstall, widow  DDX 118/163/14  1806

Contents:
1 messuage, occupied as a public inn, with stable, brewhouse, other buildings and lands (annual rent 2d) in Rawtenstall surrendered or to be surrendered to Henry Haworth, formerly of Lee now of Rawtenstall, as feoffee in trust bequeathed to George Hoyle her son, subject to the payment of £100 apiece to her other sons James and Joshua or to their respective lawful issue, the feoffee being empowered to raise a mortgage if necessary for the payment of these legacies; the residue to the above George Hoyle. Exec: G.H. and H.H
Dated 15 Jan. 1806
Probate granted 13 Mar. 1813

Inquisition on the death of John Piccop  DDX 118/163/15  11 May, 1813

Contents:
Customary tenant of the manor of Accrington New Hold, who died before presenting the surrender by Ann Hoyle of the property specified in DOX 118/163/14 above
Admittance of Henry Haworth, woollen weaver, as feoffee in trust

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/163/16  14 Apr. 1818

Contents:
Of John Pickup, James Pickup, William Pickup and Robert Pickup, all of Blackburn, brandy merchants, to the property specified in DOX 118/163/14 above mortgaged for £200 by Henry Haworth, as feoffee in trust

Further charge of £50  DDX 118/163/17  19 Apr. 1828

Contents:
(i) Giles Hoyle of Newchurch in the Forest of Rossendale, butcher, son and heir of George Hoyle, late of Rawtenstall, innkeeper, deceased, and (ii) John Pickup and James Pickup both of Blackburn, brandy merchants the property specified in DOX 118/163/14 above

Conditions of Sale of the Inn known as the "Wheatsheaf" at Rawtenstall  DDX 118/163/18  24 Oct. 1831

Contents:
With cottage, brewhouse, stable, outbuildings and appurtenances (annual rent 2d) offered for sale by Giles Hoyle. With a memorandum of the purchase of the said property by George Law of Newchurch in the Forest of Rossendale, surgeon, for £550, subject to the execution of a proper Conveyance

Solicitors Bill  DDX 118/163/19  1831, 1832

Contents:
George Law debtor to Henry King for services during 1831 and 1832
Paid 7 Jul. & 8 Oct. 1832

Conditions of sale of 1 messuage cottage or dwelling house with outbuildings at Rawtenstall  DDX 118/163/20  21 Mar. 1839

Contents:
(Annual rent ¼d) offered for sale by George Law and Henry King as trustees under the will of John Hargreaves late of Rawtenstall, shopkeeper, deceased With a note stating that it was sold to Mr. Law, surgeon, for £70

Conditions of sale  DDX 118/163/21  21 Mar. 1839

Contents:
Of 1 messuage cottage or dwelling house with outbuildings at Rawtenstall (annual rent ¼d) offered for sale by George Law and Henry King as trustees under the will of John Hargreaves, late of Rawtenstall shopkeeper, deceased. With a note stating it was sold to Mr. Law, surgeon for £50

Proposals for the letting for 7 years at an annual rent of £30  DDX 118/163/22  1845

Contents:
The public house known as the Wheat Sheaf Inn at Rawtenstall within Deadwinclough John Hargreaves Law of Newchurch, yeoman, and Richard Ashworth, with a note stating that the agreement was made 3 Jan. 1845

Proposals for agreement for getting stone out of a certain field in Walls  DDX 118/163/23  1846

Contents:
The property of John Hargreaves Law: (i) Richard Ashworth junior of Cloughfold, (ii) John Hargreaves Law of Newchurch

Proposals for agreement for letting for 7 years at annual rent of £40  DDX 118/163/24  1847

Contents:
John Hargreaves Law of Newchurch in the Forest of Rossendale, gentleman, and George Tricket of Higher Walls in the said Forest, farmer 1 messuage, barn and other buildings with the closes and inclosures of land at Higher Walls subject to a surrender according to the custom of the manor of Accrington

Copy of DDX 118/163/24 above  DDX 118/163/25  nd

Agreement for letting at annual rent of £40  DDX 118/163/26  16 Aug. 1848

Contents:
(i) John Hargreaves Law of Newchurch and (ii) George Tricket of Walls the property specified in 23 above with additional mention of Farmhouse, cottage and shippon with additional 25/- rent if tenant omits agreed spreading of lime

Agreement for letting at annual rent of £42  DDX 118/163/27  14 May, 1861

Contents:
John Hargreaves Law of Newchurch and Thomas Dewhurst late of Reeds near Crawshawboothe the messuage, farm and tenement, with farmhouse, cottage, barns, shippons and closes of meadow and pasture land, called the Higher Walls in the township of Newchurch the tenant to deliver up any part of the property if required for building upon, and to receive compensation for it

As DOX 118/163/27 above  DDX 118/163/28  n.d

Contents:
Only 1 barn and 1 shippon mentioned

Miscellaneous papers referring to distraints upon the goods of Thomas Dewhurst of Higher Walls  DDX 118/163/29  1866, 1868

Contents:
For nonpayment of debt 1866, and for nonpayment of rent 1868

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington New Hold  DDX 118/163/30  1874

Contents:
Of George Hoyle of Newchurch in the Forest of Rossendale, operative, to plot of land formerly forming part of a close of land called the Hough Meadow, parcel of a copyhold estate called Bridleway (annual rent 2d) and 9 messuages on dwelling houses and other buildings erected upon the said plot of land surrendered for £1000 by Edmund Tattersall Wood of Pridleway near Newchurch, commission agent, John Wood of Bridleway, mechanic, and Robert Wood of Newchurch, tin plate worker, on 18 Apr. 1871 and according to an indenture dated 18 Apr. 1871 giving Edmund Tattersall Wood, John Wood and Robert Wood power to sell the hereditaments during the lifetime of Many Ann Wood. The present surrender is made for the residue of a term of 999 years from 15 July 1859, created by a surrender made 11 Oct. 1859 by John Hargreaves Law to Edmund Tattersall, and is also subject to an annual rent of £11.3.0, being an appointment for an entire rent of £20.9.4 reserved by the surrender dated 11 Oct. 1859. 13 Oct. 1874

Proposals for conditions entered into between John H. Law, Registrar, Newchurch, and Benjamin Holt of Rock, farmer, relative to the diverting of water running down the side of the fence in the Higher Walls Estate  DDX 118/163/31  1874

Land at Flaxmoss, Haslinden  DDX 118/164  [n.d.]

Mortgage for £100  DDX 118/164/1  22 Jun. 1737

Contents:
(i) Charles Gregory of Flaxmoss in Haslingden, yeoman, (ii) Daniel G. his father, of Haslingden, clothier a messuage late in the occupation of C.G. and Peter Howorth, together with the Great Meadow, the little Meadow, the nearer long Shutt, the further long Shutt, the paddock, the little wood banke, the little Holm under the little wood banke, the great Houlm, the Houlm above the Bridge and the Tippet of Ogden, (13 ac. 2 r. 12¾f) in Haslingden

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/164/2  28 Nov. 1763

Contents:
Of Daniel son and heir apparent of Charles Gregory, of Flaxmoss, Haslingden, yeoman a Kiln, the Killfield and the Marlepitfield (2 ac. 26 f.) and land on the High Moor (1 r. 20 p.) annual rent 1s. 3d. surrendered for 5s by C.G

Memorandum  DDX 118/164/3  5 Jan. 1764

Contents:
Charles Gregory of Flaxmoss, yeoman, has given to his son and heir Daniel the lower and newer erected houses, the lower end of the barn with the north side shippen, ½ the lower barn, the south side of the Great Meadow, ½ the garden next to it, the Parrak, the Nearer Long Shut, the further Long Shut, the Holm above the Bridge and the Trippit of Ogden C.G. to hold the above and D.G. to hold one half of C.G's freehold and copyhold estate now in the possession of Dionisius Law, until C.G. wishes to deliver the above to him

Grant: for 5s  DDX 118/164/4  18 Jan. 1774

Contents:
(i) Charles Gregory of Flaxmoss, yeoman, (ii) Daniel Gregory (his son and heir), yeoman dwelling house (buttery excepted), west end of higher Barn to, middle of Threshing Bay, the northside Shippon, ½ the lower Barn and as in DOX 118/164/3 above (8 ac. 3 r: 7¾f) in Haslingden, (3s. 1½d rent)

Apportionment by John Houghton and Thomas Eccles of taxes belonging to the purchase made by Messrs. Turner & Co. from Mr. Daniel Gregory. D.G  DDX 118/164/5  9 Jun. 1795

Contents:
To pay 3s. 6d. poor rate, 1s.9½d lords rent, 4s.2d land tax and T. Co. to pay 4s. poor rate, 2s. lords rent, 4s.3½d land tax. Mr. Turner to have the corn growing in the Parrak at £3. 15s. D.G. to have the "Pottatoes at Getting up time"

The will of Daniel Gregory of Flaxmoss, yeoman  DDX 118/164/6  1798, 1799

Contents:
Annuity of £30 and right to dwell in his house during widowhood rent free to wife Mary - exchangeable for £30 annuity and rent free house elsewhere, or annuity of £35 - remainder of estate to daughter Alice. Executors: wife Mary and daughter Alice Ashworth. 13 Jun. 1798
Probate copy 5 Mar. 1799

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/164/7  23 Oct. 1798

Contents:
On the death of D.G., as DOX 118/164/6, who was in possession of 2 messuages other buildings, 4 gardens, a close of pasture called the Kilnfield and 2 ac. 26 f. of land on the common called High Moor in Haslingden admittance of Alice Ashworth, daughter of D.G

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/164/8  4 Dec. 1798

Contents:
Of Edmund Leach of Facit, Bury, yeoman 2 messuages, 2 closes, (formerly the Kiln Field but now the Backside Meadow and the other part of the Kiln Field) with 4 gardens, 1 r. 20 p. of land on the High Moor in Haslingden surrendered by George Ashworth of Flaxmoss, yeoman, and Alice his wife for £300

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/164/9  16 Apr. 1799

Contents:
Of George Ashworth of Flaxmoss, clothier land as in DOX 118/164/8 above now occupied by G.A. and John Nuttall surrendered by Edmund Leach of Facit, yeoman, for £350

Deed to declare the uses of a fine  DDX 118/164/10  30 Sep. 1805

Contents:
(i) George Ashworth of Haslingden, yeoman, and Alice his wife, (ii) Christopher Rogerson of Blackburn, farrier, (iii) Edmund Leach of Shuttleworth, yeoman a messuage, barn and other buildings, a close of meadow and another of pasture, a garden and other appurtenances in Haslingden

Surrender to the Lady of the manor of Accrington by George Ashworth of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer  DDX 118/164/11  7 May, 1818

Contents:
All his copyhold lands with the buildings thereon in the manor of Accrington to the use of his wife Alice, Thomas Kay of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer, and nephew George Ashworth of Rochdale on trusts declared in his will

Admittance in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/164/12  31 Aug. 1826

Contents:
Of George Ashworth of Flaxmoss, woollen manufacturer 3 closes called the Guide Fields (3½ ac) with 1/5 share in common of pasture and turbary adjoining Spring Wood in Flaxmoss, subject to repair of ¼ of the Private Lane (rent 1s. 7¾) surrendered for £430 by James Hoyle and Ann his wife, Richard Houghton, etc., heirs of John Houghton, late of Flaxmoss, gent. deceased

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/164/13  12 Apr. 1836

Contents:
On the death of George Ashworth as in DOX 118/164/12, who was in possession of 2 messuages, the backside meadow, the other part of the Kiln field, 4 gardens, 1r. 20p. of common of pasture and turbary on the High Moor in Flaxmoss (7½ rent) in possession of G.A. and John Nuttall and land as in DOX 118/164/12 above admittance of widow Alice

Inquisition in the court of the manor of Accrington Old Hold  DDX 118/164/14  15 Apr. 1856

Contents:
On the death of Alice Ashworth, of Flaxmoss, widow, who was in possession of land as in DOX 118/164/13 above admittance of Thomas Smith of Flaxmoss, woollen Manufacturer, devisee by will of A.A

Documents relating to the TOWNSENDS of HOLME  DDX 118/165  [n.d.]

Register of Keighley in Craven, co.York  DDX 118/165/1  1720 - c.1740

Contents:
25 Mar. 1720 - 19 Mar. 1720/1. CMB
(Transcript) n.d. c. 1740?

Surrender of all claims: for 10s  DDX 118/165/2  8 Dec. 1743

Contents:
Elizabeth Townsend of Kighley, co.York, widow of James Townsend of Burnley, to Joshua Townsend of Holme, gent. land in Spotland and money claimable as widow of J.T

Discharge of a legacy of £100  DDX 118/165/3  25 May, 1787

Contents:
Edmund Hesketh of Stretford to Joshua Townsend, his cousin, son and sole executor of Martha Townsend of Holme

Discharge of a legacy of £300  DDX 118/165/4  5 Jun. 1797

Contents:
Matty Cockcroft, wife of John Cockcroft and grand-daughter of Martha Townsend, to Joshua Townsend

Receipt by Peggy and William Hainsworth from Joshua Townsend of £100  DDX 118/165/5  29 May, 1806

Contents:
Legacy of Martha Townsend

Discharge of a legacy of £100  DDX 118/165/6  23 Aug 1806

Contents:
Nancy Hargreaves, grand-daughter of Martha Townsend, to Joshua Townsend

Musbury  DDX 118/166  [n.d.]

Survey of Musbury in 1793-4  DDX 118/166/1  15 Feb. 1794

Finance  DDX 118/167  [n.d.]

Income and expenditure of [Haslingden?] church. 1828-9  DDX 118/167/1  n.d. 1829?

(Fragment)

Income and expenditure by the overseers of the poor [for Haslingden?] in 1831  DDX 118/167/2  n.d. 1831 ?

Financial statement  DDX 118/167/3  n.d. 1831?

Contents:
The County Rates and their application, Jul. 1830 - Jun. 1831

Income and expenditure by the overseers of the poor of Haslingden, 31 Mar. to 10 Nov. 1832  DDX 118/167/4  n.d. 1832?

Income from the Incumbency of Haslingden  DDX 118/167/5  20 Feb. 1849

Contents:
Received by Nathaniel Morgan, 19 Feb. 1848 - 19 Feb. 1849

Income and expenditure for the repairs of Haslingden church, 1855-6  DDX 118/167/6  n.d. 1856?

Turnpike Trusts  DDX 118/168  [n.d.]

Printed minutes of a meeting of the trustees and creditors of turnpike roads in Lancashire  DDX 118/168/1  1836

Contents:
To hear opinion re the "Turnpike Trusts Consolidation Bill" before Parliament 3 Jun. 1836
With Printed minutes of a meeting of a committee appointed at the above meeting. 6 Jun. 1836
With a Form of Petition to the Commons

The Cotton Famine  DDX 118/169  [n.d.]

Printed statement of relief granted  DDX 118/169/1  17 Nov. 1862

Contents:
(With list of specified statistics and subscribers) by the Haslingden and Musbury Relief Committee

Report and appendix  DDX 118/169/2  23 Feb. 1863

Contents:
The Central Executive Committee to the General Committee fund for the relief of distress in manufacturing districts

Papers of James Whitaker of Edenfield, toll contractor  DDX 118/170  [n.d.]

Statement of accounts Burnley and Edenfield turnpike trust  DDX 118/170/1  30 Apr. 1875

Notes of addresses  DDX 118/170/2-4  Aug. 1877

Contents:
"Mr. Furness of Newcastle upon Tyne, toll collector" and "Adam Greenhough of Leigh near Manchester" (by James Whitaker?)

Notes re income, expenditure and liabilities  DDX 118/170/5  n.d. 1877-8?

Contents:
Unspecified turnpike roads (as DDX 118/170/1?)

Conditions for letting the tolls Rochdale and Burnley turnpike. (Copy)  DDX 118/170/6  10 Oct. 1877

Contents:
With Memorandum James Whitaker was highest bidder

Memorandum  DDX 118/170/7  12 Mar. 1878

Contents:
Interview between John Holgate and John and James Whitaker re financial arrangements of James

Letter: John Holgate of Rochdale to John Whitaker of Edenfield, carrier  DDX 118/170/8  12 Mar. 1878

Contents:
Affairs of James Whitaker

Notice to the creditors of James Whitaker of a General Meeting without Security  DDX 118/170/9  12 Mar. 1878

Contents:
(With a form of Proof and Proxy)

Letter: John Holgate to John Whitaker  DDX 118/170/10  13 Mar. 1878

Contents:
Meeting of the committee of management of Rochdale and Bury roads

Papers re the question of responsibility for the upkeep of the rural portions of the highways of Newchurch in Rossendale  DDX 118/171  [n.d.]

Letter: Local Government Board in London to William Mitchell of the Albert Works, Waterfoot, Manchester, esq  DDX 118/171/1  3 Dec. 1881

Contents:
Responsibility for the upkeep of the highways of Newchurch lying outside Bacup and Rawtenstall. (Copy)

Letters: William Mitchell to Thomas Woodcock of Haslingden, solicitor  DDX 118/171/2-3  5, 12 Dec. 1881

Contents:
As DDX 118/171/1; proposed appointment of a surveyor

Case for the Opinion of Counsel  DDX 118/171/4  20 Dec. 1881

Contents:
(With the Opinion of Thomas Nash of Manchester)

Copy of DDX 118/171/4  DDX 118/171/5  n.d

Letter: the Clerk of the Peace, Preston, to Messrs. Woodcock & Sons  DDX 118/171/6  29 Dec. 1881

Contents:
Acknowledging letter re proposed appointment of waywarden

Memorandum: W. Mitchell to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/7  30 Dec. 1881

Contents:
Arrangements for the coming law case at Preston Sessions re Newchurch highways

Letter: L. Dudley of Manchester to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/8  2 Jan. 1881

Contents:
As DDX 118/171/7

Telegrams: L. Aitken at the Sessions House, Preston to Thomas Woodcock  DDX 118/171/9-10  4 Jan. 1882

Contents:
Progress of previous cases

Telegram: L. Aitken to T. Nash  DDX 118/171/11  4 Jan. 1882

Contents:
As DDX 118/171/9-10

Letter: T. Nash to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/12  4 Jan. 1882

Contents:
As DDX 118/171/9-10

Memorandum: W. Mitchell to (T.Woodcock?)  DDX 118/171/13  4 Jan. 1882

Contents:
Promising to be at Preston next day

Telegram: T. Nash's clerk to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/14  4 Jan. 1882

Contents:
As DDX 118/171/9-10

Telegrams: T. Nash to Messrs. Woodcock Newchurch highway  DDX 118/171/15-17  5, 6 Jan. 1882

Contents:
As DDX 118/171/9-10; case held over to the Intermediate Sessions

Letter: L. Dudley to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/18  6 Jan. 1882

Contents:
Next moves in the case

Memorandum: W. Mitchell to T. Woodwock  DDX 118/171/19  3 Feb. 1882

Contents:
Proposed appointment of waywardens

Letter: the Clerk of the Peace to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/20  6 Feb. 1882

Contents:
Date of the Intermediate Sessions

Letter: L. Dudley to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/21-2  8, 11 Feb. 1882

Contents:
As DDX 118/171/18 & 20

Letter: the Clerk of the Peace to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/23  15 Feb. 1882

Contents:
Date of the adjourned Quarter Sessions

Letters: L. Dudley to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/24-5  17, 20 Feb. 1882

Contents:
Plans for the adjourned Quarter Sessions

Memorandum: W. Mitchell to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/26  18 Feb. 1882

Contents:
Impossibility of attendance at Quarter Sessions

Instructions to counsel  DDX 118/171/27  Feb. 1882

Contents:
To apply to Quarter Sessions' justices for order appointing waywardens

Copy of DDX 118/171/27  DDX 118/171/28  [n.d.]

Letter: L. Dudley to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/29  22 Feb. 1882

Contents:
Acknowledging telegram

Order by the justices  DDX 118/171/30  22 Feb. 1882

Contents:
Appointment of waywardens

Letter: W. Mitchell to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/31  23 Feb. 1882

Contents:
Completing details after the Justices' order

Letter: W. Mitchell to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/32  4 Mar. 1882

Contents:
Business appointment

Memorandum: E. Ashworth & Co., Manchester to Messrs. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/33  8 Mar. 1882

Contents:
Desire to interview larger ratepayers of Cowpe Lench before replying (re proposed highway district?)

Notice of proposed resolutions  DDX 118/171/34-36  Mar 1882

3 Copies

Contents:
Five un-named J.Ps to the Clerk of the Peace for Lancaster creation of a highway district out of the rural portions of Newchurch

Note: Knight & Co., London, to T. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/37  21 Mar. 1882

Contents:
Publication of County Govt. Bill

Letter: T. Woodcock to T. Nash  DDX 118/171/38  10 Apr. 1882

Contents:
Proposed highway district

Letter: T. Nash to T. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/39  11 Apr. 1882

Contents:
Turning letter in DDX 118/171/38 with discouraging note by Mr. Higgin

Letter: T. Woodcock to the Local Government Board  DDX 118/171/40  29 Apr. 1882

Contents:
As DDX 118/171/34 (Copy)

Letter: John Ashcroft (for W.Mitchell) to T. Woodcock  DDX 118/171/41  8 Jun. 1882

Contents:
Enclosing Local Govt Board's Letter re rapris of unspecified roads

Miscellaneous  DDX 118/172  [n.d.]

Agreement  DDX 118/172/1  6 Aug. 1795

Contents:
(i) William and James Turner of Great Harwood, Edmund Turner of Manchester, Robinson Turner of Great Harwood, gents. and (ii) Daniel Gregory of Flaxmoss, near Haslingden, yeoman upkeep of a specified occupation road in Flaxmoss and a specified part of the highroad from Haslingden to Bolton

Order  DDX 118/172/2  20 Oct. 1823

Contents:
The jurors of the Court Baron of the manor of Leyland to William Hesketh of Leyland, husbandman to repair specified length of road and ditch in Leyland

Act to enable Rev. Richard Buck and Margaret his wife to grant leases of a moiety of the coal mines in Pendlebury, within the estates of John Hull, decd  DDX 118/172/3  1823

Minutes of a meeting of trustees of the Blackburn to Preston road  DDX 118/172/4  4 Sep. 1826

Contents:
(With statement of account)

Particulars of sale specified houses in Preston  DDX 118/172/5  7 Sep. 1837

Notice  DDX 118/172/6  n.d. post 1837

Contents:
Robert Bickerstaff, steward of the manor of Leyland, to tenants of the manor inspection of watercourses and ditches by jurors impanelled at the Court Baron of James Howell Ffarington. (Printed)

Plan Leeds, Fleetwood and Liverpool railways  DDX 118/172/7  n.d. c. 1845

"The Preston Guardian"  DDX 118/172/8  17 Jun. 1848

Particulars of sale  DDX 118/172/9  21 Jun. 1848

Contents:
Specified farmhouses and cottages in Leyland and Farington and a pew in Leyland church

Bargain and sale: for £295  DDX 118/172/10  24 Apr. 1851

Contents:
Henry Curry of Liverpool, shipowner, to Walter Bulcock of Preston, gent. the new schooner "MISCHIEF"

Surrender and admittance in the Halmot of the manor of Accrington: for £420  DDX 118/172/11  24 Apr. 1860

Contents:
George Hargreaves of Newchurch in Rossendale, esq., and John Whitaker of Broad Clough in Rossendale, esq. execs. of Frances Strong of Newchurch, widow, to James Hargreaves of Newchurch, gent. specified land in Oakenhead Wood in Rossendale

Particulars of sale  DDX 118/172/12  6 Nov. 1860

Contents:
Specified houses, inns and building land in Chorley

Prospectus: Bradshaw's Railway Manuel for 1864  DDX 118/172/13  Jan. 1864

Contents:
(With order form)

Particulars: of sale  DDX 118/172/14  29 Mar. 1867

Contents:
Thomas Love's eight cottages in High Street, Blackpool (with note of proceeds)

Correspondence the Conservative Split in Preston  DDX 118/172/15  24 Mar. - 18 Dec. 1883

Contents:
(Printed booklet)

Funeral arrangements: William Harrison of Chorley for his own funeral  DDX 118/172/16  30 May, 1884

Partition  DDX 118/172/17  1 Sep. 1885

Contents:
(i) George Openshaw of Wetherby, co.York. gent. and George Whitaker of Rawtenstall, book-keeper, (ii) George Turner Hardman of East Grinstead, co. Susses, gent., (iii) James Henry Hardman of Rawtenstall, gent. (iv) James John Lambert of Manchester, solicitor specified land in Butterworth and in the manors of Tottington and Accrington New Hold

Minute of the Land Commissioners for England  DDX 118/172/18  Feb. 1888

Contents:
Enfranchisement under the copyhold acts. (With scale of allowances and of compensation; and various forms to be completed)

Report: Dr. R. Bruce Low to the Local Government Board  DDX 118/172/19  18 Dec. 1897

Contents:
Sources of the Public Water service of Bury and district. (with maps)

The "Daily Mail". (twentieth century commemoration copy)  DDX 118/172/20  31 Dec. 1900

Deputation of Gamekeepers  DDX 118/172/21  23 Feb. 1911

Contents:
Edward George Villiers, Earl of Derby and lord of the manor of Trayles, Roseacre and Wharles and of the lordship of Mowbreck, to John Kenyon of Trayles, John Davies of Wharles and Thomas Davies of Trayles

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