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Reference DT.SC
Covering dates C16th-C20th
Held by Business
Extent 393 SERIES
Source of acquisition Accessions 15, 134, 327, 1164, 1187, 1337 (part), 2034, 2190, 2877 (part), 3343
Creators Stanton and Atkinson, 1869-c1901, solicitors; Stanton, Atkinson and Hudson, c1901-1915, solicitors; Stanton, Atkinson and Bird, 1915-?, solicitors; Stanton Croft and Co, solicitors

Administrative history:
The firm was founded by Philip Holmes Stanton at 23, Sandhill, Newcastle in 1821. By 1868, his son, Cornelius Harrison Stanton had joined him in the business. The following year John Atkinson, formerly a sole trader at 86 Pilgrim Street became a partner and the business changed its name to Stanton and Atkinson. The next change, to Stanton, Atkinson and Hudson, came around 1901 when Lee Hudson joined the partnership. In 1908 Arthur Lister Bird, formerly of Leadbitter and Harvey joined the firm but does not appear to have become a partner until 1915 when the name of the business changed to Stanton, Atkinson and Bird. In the mid - 1960's Stanton Croft and Co (as the firm had by then become) merged with John J Neesham and Co of Percy Chambers, Newcastle.
These changes of personnel together with changes of address etc are charted on the following two pages.

Contents:
Financial Records
Clients records, arranged alphabetically
A
B
C
Church Board of Finance for the Diocese of Newcastle
D
Samuel Ferguson Davidson, builder
E
F
Featherson family of Cotfield House, Gateshead
Foster family of Newcastle
G
H
J
K
L
M
J & J Meikle, wine and spirit merchants
N
O-P
R
S
Sir Walter Scott, baronet
G D B H Soame's estate
Stephenson Family of Newcastle
Aubone Surtees' estate
T
W
Y
Property deeds, clients unidentified
Plans, clients unidentified, arranged alphabetically by place
Index to names and places appearing in documents but not shown in the catalogue:
A.
Ainsley, Edward of Newcastle, bricklayer 102/4
Ainsley, James of Newcastle, bricklayer 102/5
Airey, Henry of Newcastle, gentleman 211/6
Airey, Jonathan of Newcastle, gentleman 211/6
Airey, Joseph of Benwell, gentleman 211/4-5
Airey, Ruth wife of Joseph Airey of Benwell, gentleman 211/4-5
Airey, Thomas of Benwell 211/5-6
Akenhead, David of Gateshead, stationer 200/1-2
Allison, Jane of Fore Street, Gateshead, widow 21/1
Anderson, Andrew Henry, of Newcastle, publican 5/1-2
Anderson, Ann of Newcastle, widow 305/3
Anderson, Elizabeth, of Newcastle, widow 6/7, 6/9-10, 6/12
Anderson, Francis of Bradley, Co Durham, knight 281/2
Anderson, George Bell, of Felling, publican 5/1-2
Anderson, James, of West Blandford Street, Newcastle, wine & spirit merchant 6/10, 6/12-15
Anderson, Joseph, of Felling, publican 5/1-2
Anderson & Mack, auctioneers and appraisers, 43 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle 36/6
Anderson, Robert, of Felling, publican 5/1-2
Anderson, Thomas, of Little Harle Tower, Benwell, esquire 6/1, 6/3, 305/3-4, 8, 13
Anderson, William, of Newcastle, publican 5/1-2
Anthony Hood & Co, timber merchants 189/1-2
Angus, George, merchant 40
Angus, Henry, of Newcastle, coach manufacturer 8
Angus, Sarah wife of William Mathwin Angus 155/2
Angus, William, of Newcastle, coach manufacturer 8
Archbold, James of Newcastle, esquire 110/1
Armstrong, Edward of Cloughton, Yorkshire, tailor 279/3
Armstrong, Priscilla of Cloughton, Yorkshire, spinster 279/3
Armstrong, Thomas of Gateshead, miller 19/2, 20/1
Armstrong, Sir William George of Newcastle 80/4, 6
Arnett, John of Newcastle, tallow chandler 105/1-20
Aston, Margaret Ann of 8 Bromley Street, Commercial Road East, London, widow 91/2
Atkinson, John of Gateshead 200/13
Atkinson, John of Newcastle, gentleman 78/5
Aydon, John of Newcastle, agent 149/6
Ayton, John Featherston of Hindley, Northumberland, esquire 122/1-2
B.
Bainbridge, George of Windyside, Stanhope, Co Durham, yeoman 96/1
Bainbridge, James of Lumley Thicks, Co Durham, esquire 204/4, 6
Bainbridge, Joseph of Newcastle, gentleman 100/2, 101/4, 201
Bainbridge, Robert of 28 Waverley Terrace, Newcastle, gentleman 194/2
Bainbridge, Thomas of the Grange, Gosforth, gentleman 194/2
Baker, Thomas, of Newcastle, gentleman 6/3
Barber, John, solicitor 106/2
Barker, Richard of North Shields, gentleman 101/1-2, 10-12, 109/9
Barnes, Robert of Gateshead, dyer 200/1, 4-5
Bartleman & Crightons, London porter merchants, 101 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle 36/3
Batson, Thomas Richard of Newcastle, esquire 110/1
Bearup, William of Newcastle, builder 281/10
Beasley, Thomas of Newcastle, publican 146/1
Bell, Benjamin of Sunderland, iron manufacturer 193
Bell, Joseph of Newcastle, builder 78/6-7, 81
Bell, Richard Hansell of South Shields, esquire 289/1
Bell, Robert of Benridge, Northumberland, esquire 63/1-2
Bell, Thomas of The Minories, Jesmond, esquire 78/2
Benney, Martha Ann see Martha Ann Clendon
Bertram, Charles, of Gateshead, esquire 25, 276
Berwick upon Tweed: messuage 216
Bird, Ellen, of 41 Mansfield Street, Newcastle, widow 6/13
Bird, James, of Bee Hive Inn, Cloth Market, Newcastle, innkeeper 6/11
Bird, James, of Seghill, Northumberland, overman 6/8
Birtley, John, of Gateshead, builder 6/5, 6/9
Blackburn, Quintin of North Shields, merchant 291/1
Blackett, George, of Hills Green, Stockbury, Kent 31
Blackett, Robert, of Newcastle, esquire 30
Blackett, Sarah Isabella, wife of George Blackett of Hills Green, Stockbury, Kent 31
Blakeley, Alfred Brooke of Holroyd, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, colliery proprietor 74/2
Blakey, Jane of Newcastle, spinster 281/10
Blakey, Mary of Newcastle 281/10
Blakey, Robert of Newcastle, whitesmith 281/10
Blakey, Thomas of Newcastle, yeoman 281/10
Blakey, William of Newcastle, yeoman 281/10
Boggon, Anthony of Newcastle, flour dealer 212/3
Bonner, Ann of Briscoe Cottage near Carlisle, Cumbria, spinster 370/1
Bonner, Sarah of Clifton, Gloucestershire, spinster 370/1
Boyd, William, of Newcastle, banker 26/1
Bradley, John of Gateshead 21/4-5
Briggs, Elizabeth of Newcastle, widow 102/3
Brockett, William Edward, of Whickham House, gentleman 6/3-4
Brook, Fanny Elizabeth of Kew, Surrey, widow 267/6
Brough, Edward Hudson of 109 Tynemouth Road, Heaton, grocer 43/2
Brough, Mary Jane of 1 Tyrrell Street, Gateshead, widow 43/2
Brown, Thomas of Tees Cottage, Darlington, Co Durham, coal owner 193
Brunton, Thomas of Bishopwearmouth, gentleman 277
Buddle, John, of Wallsend, colliery viewer 26/1
Bulcraig, Thomas of Benwell, blacksmith 324
Bulmer, Charles of Saltwell Hall, Gateshead, esquire 322/1
Bulmer, Ellen of Saltwell Hall, Gateshead, widow 322/2
Burdon, Thomas of Newcastle, brewer 212/2-3
Burn, James, of Newcastle, coach manufacturer 8
Burne, Jane of Cullercoats, widow 98/2-5
Burnett, David, of Dunbar, Scotland, paper manufacturer 4/1-6
Burton, William Spelman of Newcastle, solicitor 80/13
C.
Campbell, Henry of Benwell, yeoman 212/4
Cargill, Thomas of Newcastle, iron merchant 189/6
Cargill, William of Newcastle, iron merchant 189/6
Carr, Jacob of Ladywell, Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland, mason 350/3
Carr, Jane of Scotswood, spinster 50
Carr, Joshua of Gateshead 200/12
Carr, Mary Eleanor of 2 Lily Crescent, Newcastle, spinster 350/6
Carr, Thomas the elder, of Scotswood, fire brick maker 50
Carr, William Cochran of Newcastle, fire brick manufacturer 248/2
Carr, William of Ladywell, Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland, mason 350/4
Cay, Robert of Benwell 211/5
C. F. & M. Forster of Sunderland, brewers 301
Chambers, Richard of Newcastle, ironmonger, dealer and chapman 103/1
Charles Bragg & Co, linen drapers, silk mercers etc, 93/95 Pilgrim Street 36/7
Charlton, Thomas of Scotswood, paper manufacturer 278
Chater, Thomas of Newcastle, gentleman 102/11-13, 277
Chicken, George of Gateshead, engine wright 232/1-2
Clark, Mary wife of Charles Clark of Bordeaux, France 155/2
Clavering, Ralph of Newcastle, merchant 21/1
Clayton, John of Newcastle, esquire 216
Clayton, Nathaniel of Newcastle, esquire 105/1-20
Clendon, Martha Ann, wife of Philip Clendon of North Shields 92/1
Clendon, Philip of North Shields, master mariner 92/1
Collins, Elizabeth Ogle of Bishopwearmouth, widow 277
Colte, Margaret of Fore Street, Gateshead, widow 21/1
Cook, George of Inner Temple, London, gentleman 149/1
Cook, Ralph of Newcastle, gentleman 119/1-3
Cook, Ralph of Newcastle, baker and brewer 119/2
Cooke, John 102/3
Cooke, Robert of Batley, Yorkshire, theatrical proprietor and manager 74/1-3
Cookson, John of Meldon Park near Morpeth, Northumberland, esquire 247
Corbett, Joseph, hosier, glover, shirtmaker, 1 Mosley Street, Newcastle 36/4
Coote, Arthur of The Minories, Newcastle, shipbuilder 78/5-7
Coulson, John Blenkinsopp of Jesmond, esquire 79/1
Cowan, Charles Edward of 2 Bentinck Place, Newcastle 65/1-2
Cowan, George Marshall of Newcastle, provision merchant 65/1-2
Cowan, William of Newcastle, bacon factor 90/3
Cowan, William Errington of 106, Rye Hill, Newcastle 65/1-2
Coward, Henry of Preston, esquire 98/13, 101/2
Coward, Robert of Cullercoats, gentleman 98/10, 12-13
Cox, Jane of North Shields, widow 92/1
Cox, Maria Louisa wife of Richard Charles Clement Cox, army captain 221
Creigh, Thomas Russell, of Newcastle, builder & cartwright 6/3
Creighton, Alexander of North Shields, esquire 102/12
Croser, Joseph, of Kenton Lodge, esquire 26/1
Crow, Robert of Cloughton, Yorkshire, blacksmith 279/7
Cunningham, Alexander of Tynemouth, master mariner 98/8
Curry, Michael of North Shore, Newcastle, gentleman 102/7
Curry, Thomas of Heaton, schoolmaster 81
Cuthbertson, George of Newcastle, gentleman 119/1
D.
Dalgliesh, William of North Shields, joiner and cabinet maker 102/9-10
Davenport, Joseph of South Shields, master mariner 92/1
Davison, John of North Shields, hardwareman 101/1
Davison, Thomas of Newcastle, gentleman 149/1
Davison, William Bell of 17 Warkworth Terrace, Commercial Road East, London, gentleman 92/1
Day, Ann. see Ann Harrison
Day, Jane. See Jane Hood
Day, Thomas of South Shields, chemist 281/10, 289/1
Dean and Chapter of Durham 289/2
De Monbrison, Fanny wife of Henri Gaspard de Monbrison of Chateau de St Roch par Auvillars, France 221
Dick, George of North Shields, mason 92/1
Dick, John of Whitley, mason 92/1
Dick, John Swindles of Linskill Street, North Shields, HM Customs officer 92/1-2
Dick, Sarah. See Sarah Sheriff
Dick, William of North Shields, shoemaker 91/2
Dick, William George of North Shields, shoemaker 91/2
Dickinson, Francis of Cloughton, Yorkshire, weaver 279/5
Dickinson, Henry of Burniston, weaver 279/2,4
Dickinson, Isabell of Burneston, Yorkshire, widow 279/1
Dickinson, Thomas, of Burneston, Yorkshire, woollen weaver 279/1
Dixon, Frances wife of Rev Thomas Dixon 107/1, 113
Dixon, Mary of Newcastle, spinster 103/1
Dixon, Rev Thomas of South Shields 107/1, 113
Dodd, Simon of Newcastle, merchant 102/12-14
Donkin, Armorer of Newcastle, gentleman 79/4
Donkin, S, french milliner, 103/105 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle 36/8
Douglas, William, agent 40
Dove, Thomas of Newcastle, gentleman 281/10
Downey, Joseph Davenport of North Shields, shoemaker 92/1
Downey, Thomas of North Shields, employee of River Tyne Commissioners 92/1
Duke of Portland, William Henry Cavendish Scott 58/1
Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley 356
Dykes, Thomas of 141 Northumberland Street, Newcastle 184
E.
Ecclesiastical Commissioners 289/3
Elliot, Robinson of South Shields, artist 180/2
Elliot, Thomas Rippon of Sunderland, hat manufacturer 180/2
Errington, Albert of Whittingham, Northumberland, wood agent 90/4
Errington, Elizabeth of Newcastle, widow 231/1-2
Errington, James of Newcastle, wholesale stationer 90/3-4, 91/2
Errington, William of Ravensworth, woodman 90/2-4
Erskine, Henry Adeane of Bank of England, Newcastle, esquire 55/1, 56/1
F.
Fadkin, John of Newcastle, butcher 149/2
Fairless, Nicholas of South Shields, esquire 201, 229/1
Faith, George of Mincing Lane, London, merchant 193
Falcus, John of Newcastle, gentleman 102/10-11
Falla, William of Hebburn Quay, Jarrow, nursery and seedsman 240/1-7
Falla, William the younger of Gateshead, nursery and seedsman 240/1-7
Falla, William Coates of 2, Elswick Villas, Newcastle, gentleman 240/1-7
Farrell, Mary, of 2 Buckland Terrace, Maidstone, Kent, widow 30
Featherston, Isaac Earl of Newcastle, doctor of medicine 107/1-2, 110/1-2
Featherston, Jane of Newcastle, widow 107/1, 110/1, 113
Featherston, Jacob Ralph of Newcastle, grocer 101/3, 107/1, 3
Featherston, John of Newcastle, merchant 96/2, 103/1
Featherston, John of Cotfield House, Gateshead, grocer 107/1
Featherston, Mary Ann of Cotfield House, spinster 107/1
Featherston, Ralph of Stanhope, Co Durham, innkeeper 96/2
Featherston, Rev Robert Nicholson of Poulton le Fylde, Lancashire 107/1, 110/1, 113
Featherston, Thomas of Cotfield House, Gateshead, merchant 95/9-10, 103/1, 107/1-2
Featherston, Thomas of Thetford Abbey, Norfolk, gentleman 107/1-2, 110/1-2, 112-113
Fenwick, Francis of Ulgham Grange, Northumberland, gentleman 215
Fife, William Henry esquire, captain in 9th Lancers 64
Fife-Cookson, John Cookson, esquire, major in 65th Regiment 64
Finlay, Mary Ann, wife of John Finlay of 163 Portland Road, Newcastle 6/13
Finley, George of North Shields, tailor 102/6-10
Flitch, John Joseph, of Buslingthorpe, Leeds, Yorkshire, leather manufacturer 4/1-6
Forster, Alice. See Alice Tearse
Forster, Charles Frank of Newcastle, lead manufacturer 122/3-5, 301
Forster, Cicely 122/4-5
Forster, Dorothy 122/4-5
Forster, Emma Jane wife of Charles Frank Forster of Newcastle, lead manufacturer 122/3-5,
Forster, Francis 122/4-5
Forster, Jonathan Longstaff of Newcastle, gentleman 90/2
Forster, Leslia 122/4-5
Forster, Mary Ann. See Mary Ann Finlay
Forster, Matthew of Bishop Middleham, Co Durham, brewer 125-126, 301
Forster, Phillip of Fore Street, Gateshead, mercer 18, 21/2-3
Foster, Alfred James of Anick Cottage, Hexham, Northumberland, lead manufacturer 122/3-5,
Foster, Emma Jane of Newcastle, spinster 125
Foster, James of Newcastle, lead manufacturer 122/2,
Foster, James, of Standard Hill, Battle, Sussex, esquire 30
Fox, Anne of Scalby, Yorkshire, spinster 279/6
Fox, George Townsend of South Shields, ropemaker 201
Fox, Robert of Scalby, Yorkshire, tailor 279/6
France, Joseph, of Newcastle, lamp manufacturer 6/8
Frauenknecht, Oscar, of Shoe Lane, London, lithographic printer 4/1-6
G.
Gateshead: High Fell 200/11
Gateshead: High Street 200/1
Gateshead: Low Fell 200/11-13
Gateshead: Pipewellgate 200/1
Gatis, George of Newcastle, yeoman 281/10
Gibson, Elizabeth of Newcastle, spinster 149/1-3
Gibson, John of Newcastle, merchant 325/8
Gibson, Thomas of Benwell 211/5
Gibson, Thomas of Newcastle, esquire 201
Gibson, Thomas Cummings of Newcastle, merchant 193
Glass, Annie Henrietta wife of Edward Canning Glass of Ellicombe House, Dunster, Somerset 221
Glazonby, Margaret of Corbridge, Northumberland, widow 79/1
Gow, Alexander, of Newcastle, lead manufacturer 31,
Gowland, Lancelot of Barnely, Co Durham, yeoman 149/3
Grace, Percy of Whickham, paper manufacturer 78/5
Grace, Thomas Coxon of Broomfield, Newcastle, civil engineer 77/3, 78/5, 80/5
Gray, Joseph, of Gateshead, goods agent to NER 6/9
Green, Robert Yeoman of Newcastle, gentleman 78/5
Greene, Joshua the younger of Newcastle, merchant 276
Greene, Michael of Dunston, gentleman 370/2
Greenwell, Joseph, of Gateshead, gentleman 23/1-2
Greenwell, William of Newcastle, merchant 325/8
Grieve, Gideon of Chester le Street, Co Durham, miller 98/2, 4
Guy, Walter James of Scarborough, gentleman 64
H.
Hair, Jane of North Shields, widow 92/1
Hall, John of North Shields, bookseller and stationer 92/1
Hall, John of North Shields, ship and insurance broker 102/14
Hamilton, Julia Annie wife of Pryce Hamilton of Wilton near Ross, Herefordshire, esquire 64
Hamilton, Pryce of Wilton near Ross, Herefordshire, esquire 64
Hardy, Jane of South Shields, widow 180/2
Harle, Anne, wife of Edward Harle of Newcastle, merchant 281/7
Harle, Edward of Newcastle, merchant 281/7-8
Harle, Jane of Gateshead, widow 20/1
Harrison, Ann wife of George Harrison of South Shields, builder 281/10, 289/2
Harrison, Ann Nixon of Newcastle, spinster 290/2
Harrison, Cartmell of 68 Lincolns Inn Fields, Middlesex, esquire 180/3
Harrison, George the elder of South Shields, shipwright 291/1-3
Harrison, George the younger of South Shields, builder 281/10, 289/2-3
Harrison, George Day of Newcastle, civil engineer 290/2, 292/1-3
Harrison, Mary, of Gateshead, widow 24/1
Harrison, Sarah Jane of Newcastle, spinster 290/2
Harrison, Thomas of Meldon Terrace, South Shields, builder 292/1
Harrison, William of Cloughton, Yorkshire, yeoman 279/10
Hastings, Eldon of Newcastle, stationer 231/1-2
Hastings, Esther of Warkworth House, Tynemouth, widow 231/2
Hawks, Robert Shafto of Heworth, gentleman 200/1, 6
Hawks, Reverend William, of Gateshead Fell, clergyman 26/1
Hay, Robert of Cloughton, Yorkshire, husbandman 279/3
Heckels, Matthew of South Shields, builder 180/1-2
Henderson, John of North Shields, mason 101/1
Henderson, Thomas Hood of Newcastle, timber merchant 189/1
Heppell, George of Newcastle, merchant 63/2
Hewson, Isabella of Dockwray Square, Tynemouth, spinster 224
Hill, John of Westoe, gentleman 291/1
Hird, William of Burniston, tailor 279/2
Hoare, Robert Gurney of Heaton Dene, Newcastle, banker 80/12
Hobson, Robert of Gateshead, tallow chandler 200/7
Hodgeson, Edmund of Filey, Yorkshire, yeoman 279/6
Hodgeson, Henry of Filey, Yorkshire, yeoman 279/6
Hodgson, Joseph of Benthead, Stanhope, Co Durham, yeoman 96/2
Hood, Jane of South Shields, widow 281/10, 289/2
Hospital of St Mary the Virgin, Newcastle 305/12, 15
Hudspeth, James, of Newcastle, cabinet maker 6/9
Hull, Mary of High Church Chair, Gateshead, widow 20/1
Hunter, Cuthbert of Walker, copperas manufacturer 248/2
Hunter, George of Newcastle, cheesemonger 63/2
Hunter, George of North Shields, painter and glazier 101/1
Hunter, John Joseph of Newcastle, merchant 248/2
Hutton, John of Hole near Tenterden, Kent 95/5
I.
Ibbetson, Francis of North Shields, currier 102/8
Ingram, James Crofts of 68 Lincolns Inn Fields, Middlesex, esquire 180/3
J.
Jackson, Charles of Suythall, Yorkshire, gentleman 279/1
Jackson, Eleanor of Newcastle, widow 281/10
Jackson, Eleanor Maud of Maudlins Nass, Kildare, Ireland, wife of H S Jackson 357
Jackson, Mary of South Shields, widow 289/1
Jackson, William of Benwell 211/2
James Coxon & Co, silkmercers, furriers etc, Newcastle 36/5
Jesmond: Carlton Terrace: 216
Jobling, Margaret wife of Robert Jobling of Newcastle, wine merchant 105/1-20
Jobling, Robert of Newcastle, wine merchant 105/1-20, 119/4
Johnson, William of North Shields, gentleman 101/1-3
Jopling, Samuel of Delaval, Benwell, farmer 212/3-4
Joseph W Bell, confectioner, 69 Grainger Street 36/9
Joyce, Joseph of Scotswood Road, Newcastle, joiner 278
K.
Kenmir, George Johnson, of Gateshead, gentleman 6/5, 155/1
Kenmir, Sarah wife of George Johnson Kenmir of Newcastle, gentleman 155/1
Keppel, George of Swalwell, gentleman 105/1-20
Kidd, William of Harwood Dale, Yorkshire, yeoman 280
Kimpster, Annie Morland of Gateshead, spinster 162/1-2
Kimpster, Arthur Ernest of Gateshead, merchant 162/1-2
Kimpster, Marian of Gateahead, spinster 162/1-2
Kimpster, Thomas Morland of Newcastle Royal Infirmary, bachelor of medicine 162/1-2
Kirk, William of Sunderland, merchant 193
Knaggs, William of Stockton-on-Tees, Cleveland, metal merchant 231/2
Knox, Margaret of North Shields, widow 92/1
L.
Laidler, Matthew of Newcastle, tanner 119/2
Lamb, Edmund George of Borden Wood, Sussex, esquire 357
Lamb, Stephen Eaton of 30 Redcliffe Square, London, esquire 357
Lands Allotment Co Ltd of 20 Bridge Row, London 244
Langhorn, Addison of Newcastle, gentleman 105/1-20
Laverick, Abraham of Marley Hill, yeoman 149/3-4
Laverick, Ann of Penshaw, widow 149/5
Laverick, Margaret of Penshaw, spinster 149/5
Laverick, Thomas of Penshaw, colliery viewer 149/5
Lawson, Sir Henry of Brough Hall, Yorkshire, baronet 201
Leadbitter, Robert of Newcastle, gentleman 215
Leadley, Henry of Cloughton, yeoman 279/9
Leadley, John of Cloughton, Yorkshire, tailor 279/7-8
Leadley, John of Cloughton, yeoman 279/9-10
Leadley, Mary of Cloughton, Yorkshire, widow 279/9
Leadley, Robert of Cloughton, Yorkshire, yeoman 279/10
Leadley, Thomas of Cloughton, Yorkshire, yeoman 279/9
Lee, Ann of Newcastle, widow 149/6
Lee, Cuthbert of Newcastle, butcher 149/5
Lee, Elizabeth of Newcastle, spinster 149/6
Lee, Joseph Edward of Newcastle, chemical manufacturer 257
Leighton, Elizabeth of South Shields, widow 180/1
Leonard, George of Gateshead, gardener 95/6, 200/1, 8
Lindle, Thomas of South Shields, shipowner 289/1
Lochner, John Christopher of Forty Hill, Middlesex, esquire 276
Longridge, Michael of Sunderland, draper 291/1, 3
Longridge, Thomas of Gateshead, ironmonger 103/1
Lowry, Stephen, of Newcastle, timber merchant 6/3
M.
Mabane, Thomas Grieves of South Shields, gentleman 289/3
McAllum, William of 6 Billiter Street, London, shipbroker 92/1
McClean, George White of Newcastle, stationer 231/1-2
MacLeod, John the elder of Gateshead, gentleman 200/2-9
MacLeod, John the younger of Gateshead, gentleman 200/10
McLeod, John of Benwell, paper manufacturer 278
McKay, Ann wife of John McKay of North Shields, commercial traveller 92/1
McKay, John of North Shields, commercial traveller 92/1
Mann, Thomas of Wallsend, gentleman 98/13
Masterman, Jane of Gateshead, wife of John Masterman, yeoman 21/1
Masterman, John of Gateshead, yeoman 21/1-3
Maughan, John of Suffolk Street, Pentonville, Middlesex, printer 149/7
Meaburne, Anthony of Pontop, Co Durham 19/1
Meikle, Helen of Spring Bank, Benwell, widow 184
Meikle, James of 39 Blackett Street, Newcastle, licensed victualler 180/3
Meikle, John of 39 Blackett Street, Newcastle, licensed victualler 1803/3
Middlemost, Ralph of South Shields, draper 289/1
Middleyerth, George, of Hartley, yeoman 98/1, 4-5
Milbanke, Mark of Newcastle, merchant and Alderman 21/2-3, 325/9
Milbanke, Sir Ralph of Hannyby, Yorkshire 21/4-5
Miller, Ann of 40 East Holborn, South Shields, spinster 290/1
Miller, James of Marske, Yorkshire, gentleman 290/2
Milner, Charles of Newcastle, ironmonger 107/1, 112-113
Milner, Eliza, wife of Charles Milner of Newcastle, ironmonger 107/1, 113
Milner, George of Newcastle, ironmonger 107/1, 113
Monkhouse, Ralph of Gateshead, blacksmith 232/1-2
Montagu, Hon Elizabeth of Farnham Royal, Buckinghamshire, spinster 356
Moodie, Margaret, wife of Robert Moodie of Newcastle, waterman 102/1
Moodie, Robert of Newcastle, waterman 102/1-2
Moore, Joseph Mason of South Shields, gentleman 180/2
Moorhouse, Ann of Saville Row, Newcastle, widow 215
Morpeth, Northumberland: messuage 216
Morrison, James of Jesmond Park, esquire 80/5-6, 8
Morrison, James of Gresham Street, Newcastle 6/4
Morrison, James of Newcastle, coal owner 218
Morrison, James William of Yannon, Teignmouth, Devon, esquire 80/12-13
Morrison, Martin of Faceby Manor, Yorkshire, coal owner 80/12-13
Morrison, Reginald James of The Rowdens, Teignmouth, Devon, retired army colonel 80/13
Morrison, William Oliphant, of Edinburgh, Scotland, printer 4/1-6
Mosley, John Vantandelow of North Shields, shoemaker 102/8
Murray, Thomas, agent 40
Murray, William of Heaton, builder 78/6-7, 81
Muschamp, Jane wife of William Muschamp of Sunderland, linen draper 113
Muschamp, William of Sunderland, linen draper 113
N.
Newcastle City Council 248/5, 370/1
Newcastle: Clayton Street 216
Newcastle: Day Street 299
Newcastle: Harrison Place 299
Newcastle: Long Brearley Laws 281/7
Newcastle: Lovaine Place 299
Newcastle: Pitt Close 281/7
Newcastle: Race Street 299
Newcastle: Sandyford Lane 299
Newcastle: Simpson Street 299
Newcastle Courant, newspaper 36/2
Newmarch, Robert George, gentleman 204/6
Nicholson, Robert of Blyth, Northumberland, retired mariner 92/1
Nixon, Joseph of Newcastle, gentleman 281/10
Nixon, Mary. See Mary Blakey
Norris, Ann of Newcastle, widow 102/1
O.
Ogden, Samuel of Benwell 211/2
Ord, George of Benwell, gentleman 211/3-4
Ord, James of Great Queen Street, London, esquire 149/1
Ord, Robert of Carey Street, St Clement Danes, Westminster, esquire 149/1
P.
Panton, Hugh of Sunderland, merchant 193
Panton, Thomas William of Sunderland, merchant 193
Park, Alexander of Leven House, Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire, esquire 78/5
Parke, Michael of Gateshead, tobacco pipe maker 19/1-2
Parkinson, John of Longbenton pitman 95/3, 7
Parkinson, William, of Newcastle, merchant 25, 276
Pattinson, Jesse Taylor of Newcastle, tanner and leather manufacturer 198/1-4
Pattinson, Joseph of Newcastle, tanner and leather manufacturer 198/1-4
Pattinson, Thomas of Newcastle, tanner and leather manufacturer 198/1
Pattison, Margaret of Benwell, widow 212/2
Pattison, William of Benwell, innkeeper 212/1-2
Peareth, William of Sandgate, Kent, esquire 277
Pearson, Richard of Benwell, paper manufacturer 278
Peart, Ann of Benthead, Stanhope, Co Durham, widow 96/1
Peart, Joseph of Benthead, Stanhope, Co Durham, yeoman 96/2
Pedley, Thomas Humphrey, of Stubbing Court, Derbyshire, esquire 6/5
Peirson, Huntrods of Scarborough, Yorkshire, master mariner 280
Plummer, Matthew of Sheriff Hill House, Gateshead, gentleman 200/10-11, 202
Portman, Hon Henry Berkeley of Buxted Park, Uckfield, Sussex 356
Potter, Addison of Heaton Hall, esquire 248/4
Potter, William of Forth Banks, common brewer 105/1-20
Potts, James, of Newcastle, merchant 26/1
Powditch, Elizabeth wife of Thomas Powditch of Gainford, Co Durham, esquire 223/1
Powditch, Thomas of Gainford, Co Durham, esquire 223/1
Proud, Luke of Monkwearmouth, railway platelayer 90/1-2
Pumphrey, Frances, wife of Joseph Pumphrey of Minsteracres, colliery owner 124
Punshon, Nathaniel of Newcastle, gentleman 98/13
Pye, George, of Newcastle, husbandman, a bachelor 6/7
Pye, Hannah, of Newcastle, widow 6/7
Pye, James, of Newcastle, porter 6/7
Pye, John, of Newcastle, cow keeper 6/1-3
Pye, John, of Newcastle, railway porter 6/7
Pye, Richard, of Newcastle, provision dealer 6/7
Pye, Robert, of Newcastle, cart man 6/7
Q.
R.
Race, Joseph of Newcastle, gentleman 281/10
Race, William of Newcastle, farmer 281/10
Railston, James the elder, of Morpeth, Northumberland, gentleman 6/4
Ramsay, Thomas of Derwenthaugh, gentleman 105/1-20
Rawling, Sir Benjamin of Pigdon, Northumberland 325/10-12
Rayne, Charles, of Newcastle, seed crusher 26/4
Rayne, John of Newcastle, merchant 79/4, 212/2-3
Reavely, Ann Wilson wife of Thomas Reavely of Newcastle, merchant 216
Reavely, Reverend Francis Fenwick of Ulgham, Northumberland 216-217
Reavely, Thomas of Newcastle, merchant 216, 219/1-2
Reavely, Thomas the younger, of Kinnersley, Herefordshire, esquire 217, 219/1-2, 221
Reay, John of Newcastle, victualler 119/2
Reed, Davis Hewson of North Shields, mariner 223/2
Reed, Edward Blakey, builder 40
Reed, John of Newcastle, sail cloth manufacturer 63/2
Reed, Joseph the younger of Newcastle, agent 225
Reed, Mary of Newcastle, glass merchant 225
Reed, Mary Young of Tynemouth, widow 223/2
Reed, Thomas of Dockwray Square, Tynemouth, gentleman 223/2, 224
Reed, William, of Newcastle, agent 26/1
Reed, William of Dockwray Square, Tynemouth, esquire 223/1
Rennoldson, John of Newcastle, cooper 102/12
Richardson, David of Wheel Birks, Northumberland, gentleman 123
Richardson, William of Newcastle, glazier and painter 370/1-2
Richardson, William of Newcastle, merchant 102/10-11
Riddell, Edward, of Cheeseburn Grange, Northumberland, esquire 30
Riddell, Elizabeth of Newcastle. See Elizabeth Errington
Riddell, Robert of Constant Spring, Preston, gardener 101/2
Ridley, Thomas, of Newcastle, gentleman 6/4
Robertson, Ann of Gateshead, widow 95/1-2, 4-10
Robinson, Daniel of Burwash, Sussex, hop farmer 92/1
Robinson, Avary of Gateshead 19/1-2
Robinson, Barbara wife of Ralph Robinson of Sunderland, gentleman 281/4
Robinson, George of Byker Hill, farmer 63/1
Robinson, Isabel of Gateshead, widow of Robert Robinson 19/1
Robinson, Isabella of East Ballast Hills, Newcastle, milliner and dress maker 63/2-3
Robinson, John of Walsgrave, Yorkshire, master mariner 279/4
Robinson, Maria of East Ballast Hills, Newcastle, milliner and dress maker 63/2-3
Robinson, Ralph the younger of Sunderland, gentleman 281/4
Robinson, Richard of Sunderland, gentleman 281/4
Robinson, Robert of South Shields, mason 229/1-2
Robinson, Robert of the younger of Newcastle, grocer 229/2
Robinson, William of East Ballast Hills, Newcastle, boot and shoe maker 63/2-3
Robson, Jonathan of Gateshead, engineer 232/2
Robson, Lewis of Blyth, shipwright 92/1
Robson, Thomas of High Church Chair, Gateshead, baker 20/1
Roddam, Joseph, of Newcastle, merchant 31
Ross, Isabella of North Shields, spinster 92/1
Row, William of St Peter's Quay, shipbuilder 201
Row, William the younger of St Peter's Quay, gentleman 201
Rowland, Jane widow of John Rowland of Tynemouth, gentleman 98/12-13
Rowland, John of Tynemouth, gentleman 98/7-12
Rowland, John of Tynemouth, mariner 98/12-13
Rowland, William of Tynemouth, mariner 98/12-13
Rowlandson, Samuel of Newton Morrell, Yorkshire, esquire 78/5
Russell, John of Heworth, esquire 201
Rutherford, Annie Mary wife of John Victor Walton Rutherford of Newcastle, MD 267/1
S.
St Hilda Benefit Building Society, South Shields 289/1
Salvin, Louisa 216
Sample, Thomas of Bothal Castle, Northumberland, surveyor 122/4
Scorrer, Peter of Sheelraw, Tanfield, brewer 149/3
Scott, Charles Thomas of The Lodge, Ardsley, Yorkshire, contractor 267/4
Scott, Henry of Gateshead, painter and glazier 200/1, 3
Scott, Henry of Southwick, earthenware manufacturer 276
Scott, Joseph Samuel of Trimdon Grange, Co Durham, mining engineer 267/2
Scott, Mason Thompson of Newcastle, printer and publisher 267/3
Scott, William Henry Cavendish, Duke of Portland 58/1
Scott, William Martin of Leeds, Yorkshire, iron and steel manufacturer 267/5
Shepperdson, Adam of Newcastle, esquire 281/2
Sheriff, Sarah wife of William Sheriff of South Shields, master mariner 92/1
Sheriff, William of South Shields, master mariner 92/1
Shield, John of Swalwell, gentleman 149/6
Simey, Frances Mina wife of George Henry Thomas Simey of Sunderland 221
Simpson, Thomas of Newcastle, gentleman 291/1
Sisson, William, clerk, curate of Whitley 58/2
Smith, Edmund of North Shields, mariner 100/1-2
Smith, George, of Park Road, Newcastle, commercial traveller 6/6
Smith, Henry of Gateshead, cheesemonger 149/6
Smith, Mary Ann, of Newcastle, widow 6/7-8
Smith, Thomas of Murton House, Co Durham 19/1
Smith, William of Newcastle, gentleman 291/1-3
Snowdon, Jane, of 19 West Blandford Street, Newcastle, widow 6/13
South Shields: Queen Street 299
Sowler, Mary Anne of Monkwearmouth Shore, widow 301
Sparke, George 281/7
Sparke, Margaret, wife of George Sparke 281/7
Spencer, John of Newcastle, merchant 256-257, 305/14
Spencer, John of Newburn, steel and file manufacturer 305/14
Stephenson, David of Newcastle, architect 103/1
Storey, Roger of Gateshead, butcher 102/2
Straker, Isabella the younger, of Harton Moor House, spinster 180/2
Stuart, William, of 14 Grainger Street, Newcastle, flour dealer 36/1
Surtees, Anthony of Newbiggin, Northumberland, esquire 336
Sye, Thomas of Edingley, Nottinghamshire, yeoman 279/1
T.
Taylor, Dorothy of the New Road, Newcastle, widow 79/4
Taylor, Dorothy of Newcastle, spinster 79/4
Taylor, John of Newcastle, gentleman 79/4
Tearse, Alice, wife of William Tearse of Clive Terrace, Byker 6/13
Thompson, Ann. See Ann McKay
Thompson, Isabella of North Shields, spinster 92/1
Thompson, James Davenport of North Shields, carver and gilder 92/1
Thompson, John of North Shields, carpenter 92/1
Thompson, Mathew of Newcastle, baker 119/2
Thompson, Robert of North Shields, painter and glazier 92/1
Thompson, Thomas of Byker Bar, gentleman 63/2
Thompson, William of North Shields, journeyman cabinet maker 92/1
Thorburn, John of Newcastle, coal fitter 231/2
Tindle, Thomas of North Shields, butcher 100/2
T.J.E. Games Co, 41 Chandos Road, Redland, Bristol, manufacturers 130/1
Todd, Richard of Cloughton, Yorkshire, yeoman 279/5
Todd, Robert of Newcastle, timber merchant 102/14
Turner, George of Blyth, agent 92/1
Tyndale, Robert of Gateshead, surgeon 20/1
Tyndall, Ann Frances, wife of George Tyndall, civil engineer 216-217
U.
University of Durham 292/2-3
V.
W.
Walker, John of Newcastle, watchmaker 119/2
Wallace, Robert of Newcastle, surveyor 305/12
Wallis, Joseph of Reeds Onsett, Benwell 211/1, 3
Wallis, Robert of Reeds Onsett, Benwell 211/1-2
Walters, Robert of Newcastle, gentleman 212/2
Ward, Francis of Cullercoats, gentleman 98/3-6
Ward, Thomas of Preston, gentleman 98/7
Watson, Edward of Newcastle, agent 194/2
Watson, Jane of Whalton, Northumberland, widow 149/7
Watson, John of Morpeth, merchant tailor 216
Watson, John of Willington Quay, gentleman 201
Watson, Mary of Benthead, Stanhope, Co Durham, widow 96/1
Watson, Mason of Newcastle, agent 194/2
Watson, Robert Spence of Newcastle, solicitor 80/13
Watson, William of Newcastle, merchant 98/9-10
Watts, Mary of Blyth, Northumberland, widow 105/1-20
Webster, Rowland, of Bishopwearmouth, merchant 26/1
White, Jane of 11 Framlington Place, Newcastle, widow 194/2
Whinfield, William Anthony of Newcastle, draper 63/2
Whitfield, Elizabeth of Benthead, Stanhope, Co Durham, widow 96/2
Whitfield, Henry of Widyside, Stanhope, Co Durham, yeoman 96/1
Wildes, Edward of Chancery Lane, London, gentleman 201
Wilkinson, John of Bells Close, waterman 278
Wilkinson, Joseph of Newcastle, grocer 63/2
William Henry Lambton & Co, of Newcastle, bankers 325/14
Wilson, John, of Newcastle 30
Winship, William of Morpeth, Northumberland, land agent 77/3
Woodall, John Woodall of Scarborough, Yorkshire, banker 64
Woodman, Benjamin of Morpeth, gentleman 218, 219/1-2
Woodman, William of Morpeth, Northumberland, gentleman 216
Woods, John Anthony of Newcastle, timber marchant 189/1
Woods, William of Newcastle, timber merchant 189/1
Wright, Joseph of Morpeth, Northumberland, gentleman 119/4
Wright, William of Newcastle, gentleman 119/2
Wright, William of Newcastle, ironfounder 305/12
Wylam, William of Newcastle, merchant 276
X.
Y.
Yelloley, Robert of Newcastle, merchant 98/13
Young, James of South Shields, shipowner 289/1
Young, Margaret of Gateshead, spinster 200/1, 9
Young, Robert of Gateshead, joiner 200/1, 9
Young, Robert of South Shields, earthenware dealer 289/1
Z.



Financial Records  [no ref. or date]

Cash books  DT.SC/1  [n.d.]

Cash book  DT.SC/1/1  13 February 1928 - 31 July 1929

1 volume

Cash book  DT.SC/1/2  1 January 1934 - 21 February 1935

1 volume

Cash book  DT.SC/1/3  21 February 1935 - 31 March 1936

1 volume

Cash book  DT.SC/1/4  1 April 1936 - 28 May 1937

1 volume

General ledger, indexed  DT.SC/2  9 March 1931 - 1 April 1933

1 volume

Clients ledger, indexed  DT.SC/3  18 July 1947 - 29 October 1956

1 volume

Records of individual clients  [no ref. or date]

Dr D C B Adam's Trustees  [no ref. or date]

Deeds relating to the settlement of debts of Adam and Co Ltd of 4 Clavering Place, Newcastle, printers and publishers, and Dr David Christian Bowman Adam of 63 Westmorland Road, Newcastle.  DT.SC/4  [n.d.]

Agreement concerning the settlement of Dr D C B Adam's debts to John Burrell of Newcastle, chemical manufacturer  DT.SC/4/1  3 April 1875

1 paper

Agreement concerning reimbursement for printing plates manufactured for Adam & Co Ltd by J M Kronheim and Co  DT.SC/4/2  12 November 1875

1 paper

Agreement by the Trustees to purchase D C B Adam's unrealised assets, and Adam's agreement to reimburse them at a given future date  DT.SC/4/3  7 June 1879

1 paper

Assignments of shares in Adam & Co Ltd by D C B Adam to the Trustees  DT.SC/4/4  7 June 1879

7 papers

Reassignment by the North Eastern Banking Co Ltd of Grey Street, Newcastle to the Trustees of insurance policies held by the Bank  DT.SC/4/5  6 December 1879

1 paper

Sale contract, Trustees to the Tyne Publishing Co Ltd of print works at Felling with the adjoining quarry  DT.SC/4/6  18 March 1880

1 parchment

Anderson Brothers  [no ref. or date]

Partnership deeds  DT.SC/5  [n.d.]

Deed of partnership as licensed victuallers, at Dene Hotel, Scotswood Road, Newcastle  DT.SC/5/1  11 August 1891

1 parchment

Deed of dissolution of partnership  DT.SC/5/2  1 November 1894

1 parchment

Anderson and Son Ltd  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Wine and spirit and tobacco merchants, 10-18 West Blandford Street, Newcastle.

Deeds of 17-19 West Blandford Street, Newcastle.  DT.SC/5/6/1-15  12 March 1842 - 29 April 1893

10 parchments, 4 papers, 1 file

Contents:
DT/SC/6/1 includes marginal plan
DT/SC/6/4 includes a house and yard on south side of Gresham Street, Newcastle at the north end of Picton Place, measuring 24ft east to west

Anderson and Young  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Tobacco manufactures of 17, The Side, Newcastle.

Lease by Benjamin Colhoun Bradshaw of Newcastle, merchant to Thomas Anderson of Newcastle, grocer and Andrew Douglas Young of Newcastle, tobacconist of a shop in The Side, Newcastle with a tobacco manufactory behind including its steam engine and fixtures for 7 years. Includes inventory  DT.SC/7  2 April 1849

1 parchment

Henry Angus and Co  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Coach manufacturer, Westgate Street, Newcastle.

Partnership agreement  DT.SC/8  3 January 1870

1 parchment

Plans of coach manufactory, Westgate Street, Newcastle, by John Wardle, architect; Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]  DT.SC/9/1-2  7 August 1849

2 plans

Elizabeth Armstrong's Trustees  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Elizabeth Armstrong of Terrace Place, St James' Street, Newcastle, spinster  DT.SC/10  25 May 1865

1 parchment

London Gazette, containing announcement by Trustees about claims on Elizabeth Armstrong's estate  DT.SC/11  13 January 1891

1 printed booklet

Declaration of Emma Louise Mew, wife of William Baker Mew of Newcastle, saddler, concerning the descendants of Elizabeth Armstrong's sister, Alice, including birth, marriage, and death certificates  DT.SC/12  14 September 1891

1 file

Miss Ann Atkinson  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of Ann Atkinson of Newcastle, spinster  DT.SC/13  17 May 1851

1 parchment

Mrs Ann Atkinson  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Ann Atkinson of 10, Fernwood Road, Newcastle, widow  DT.SC/14  19 March 1888

1 parchment

James Barras of Gateshead, saddler  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance of a house and garden on the east side of Fore Street [High Street], Gateshead, bounded by house of Dorothy Milbank on south, house of Robert Robinson on north, extending from the street on the west to a common vennell [stream] on east  DT.SC/15  15 September 1682

1 parchment

Release of 2 messuages, stable, garden and malt mill on the south side of High Church Chair, Gateshead bounded by the garden of George Park on the south, messuage of Mary Hull, widow on east and messuage of Barbara Thompson, widow on west  DT.SC/16  5 April 1704

1 parchment

Copy of Court Roll admitting Thomas Armstrong of Gateshead, miller and his daughter, Mary to a tenement on south side of High Church Chair bounded by tenement of Joseph and William Turner on east and Mary Harrison, widow, on west  DT.SC/17  26 April 1716

1 parchment, parchment

Mortgage by John Masterman of Gateshead, yeoman to George Hasting of Gateshead, miller of a messuage and garth on the east side of Fore Street [High Street], Gateshead near to the head of Bottle Bank  DT.SC/18  7 November 1665

1 paper

Deeds of a messuage in Fore Street [High Street], Gateshead bounded by property of Barbara Thompson on east, High Church Chair on the north and property of Robert Green on south.  DT.SC/19/1-2  17 May 1710 - 5 May 1712

2 parchments

Contents:
DT/SC/19/1 also includes a messuage on the west side of Fore Street [High Street] bounded by an old lane on west, property of Eleanor Bryan, widow on south and property of William Softley on north

Deeds of property as described in DT/SC/16 and DT/SC/19/2  DT.SC/20/1-3  19 August 1729 - 25 May 1767

3 parchments

Deeds of a tenement on east side of Fore Street [High Street], Gateshead bounded by the property described in DT/SC/15 on north and a common vennell [stream] on east  DT.SC/21/1-8  21 January 1647 - 12 December 1735

8 parchments

Deeds of a messuage in High Church Chair, Gateshead, bounded by property of John Frier on south, property of John Swan on north, partly by property of George Park on south and east and by High Church Chair on west and north. (This property is also included in DT/SC/16 and DT/SC/20)  DT.SC/22/1-2  17 June 1708 - 16 March 1715

2 parchments

Deeds of messuage in High Church Chair bounded by property as in DT/SC/22 on north. Also a messuage on east side of Fore Street [High Street] with some old walls also on the east side of the street, bounded by the garden of Anthony Pattison on east and property of William Pemberton and Maryes Entry on south  DT.SC/23/1-2  24 December 1715 - 13 August 1727

2 parchments

Deeds of property as described in DT/SC/15-16, 22/1-2 and 23/1-2  DT.SC/24/1-8  2 June 1719 - 5 January 1784

7 parchments, 4 papers

Bertram and Parkinson  [no ref. or date]

Partnership agreement to carry on the business of merchant ship and insurance brokers and commission agents at Newcastle  DT.SC/25  31 December 1841

1 parchment

Edward Bilton  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of linseed oil mill, quay and landing stage at Walker, built on 3r of land formerly part of Stots House Farm  DT.SC/26/1-4  31 December 1828 - 1 July 1835

4 parchments

Partnership agreement between Edward Bilton of Newcastle, merchant, John Ostler of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, merchant and Ferdinand Christian Veith of Newcastle, merchant to carry on business of commission merchants trading as Bilton, Ostler and Veith  DT.SC/27  27 July 1837

1 parchment

Plans of land at East Jarrow belonging to John Straker proposed to be purchased by Edward Bilton, by Andrew Oliver  DT.SC/28  [n.d.]

Elevations of proposed houses on the east side of South Street and on cross streets, (Plot 1). No scale  DT.SC/28/1  16 July 1844

1 plan

Plan of Plot 1 (as above) and Plot 2, lying between the turnpike road and river Don. Scale: 1in = 66ft [1:792]  DT.SC/28/2  25 July 1844

1 plan

Deed of arrangement with Trustees of Northumberland and Durham District Banking Co, to settle Edward Bilton's debts  DT.SC/29  28 December 1850

1 parchment

Trustees of Mrs Sarah Blackett  [no ref. or date]

Copy mortgage, transfer of mortgage and further charge on the Tyne Lead Works, Hebburn  DT.SC/30  3 January 1863 - 7 June 1866

1 file

Settlement of the estate of Sarah Blackett of Hills Green, Stockbury, Kent, widow  DT.SC/31  13 May 1870

1 parchment

Blackwell, Falconer and Co  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Paper manufacturers and printers, Sunderland.

Assignment by Joseph Fletcher of Liverpool, tobacconist to John Blackwell of Newcastle, printer of 1/3 share of close called Claxheugh Bottom, Ford containing 5a 1r together with the paper manufactory there and the spring issuing from the foot of Claxheugh Rock. Also 2r 3p land with houses on it at Hylton. Also 1/3 share of the partnership of Blackwell, Falconer and Co  DT.SC/32  23 October 1854

1 parchment

Andrew Bowlt's estate  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of Andrew Bowlt of Gateshead, boat builder  DT.SC/33  8 October 1832

1 parchment

Deed of covenant between Penelope Bowlt, widow of Andrew, and William Bowlt, Andrew's business partner concerning the boat building partnership  DT.SC/34  20 October 1832

1 file

George Boyd's estate  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of George Boyd of Newcastle, gentleman  DT.SC/35  4 November 1869

1 parchment

Receipted bills to executors of George Boyd, (retained as examples of typical 19th century billheads)  DT.SC/36  25 September - 31 December 1869

10 papers

Agreement for the payment of an annuity of £50 to Margaret, widow of George Boyd  DT.SC/37  22 November 1869

1 paper

Inventory and valuation of furniture and fixtures transferred from George Boyd's executors to Mr Thomas Birkinshaw  DT.SC/38  13 December 1869

1 paper

Agreements for leases by the executors to William Jamson Jons of Newcastle, professor of music, of [118] Rye Hill, Newcastle  DT.SC/39/1-2  16 February 1870 - 16 February 1877

2 papers

Release by Joseph Greener of Newcastle, accountant to Thomas Edward Birkinshaw of Newcastle, plumber and brass founder, of his estate inherited from George Boyd in return for payment of creditors  DT.SC/40  26 March 1872

1 parchment

Thomas Thompson Brough's estate  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of Thomas Thompson Brough of 1, Tyrrell Street, Gateshead, grocer and provision dealer  DT.SC/41  30 August 1902

1 paper

Newcastle Daily Chronicle containing notices of claimants and creditors of the estate of T T Brough  DT.SC/42/1-2  14 July - 17 October 1902

6 printed papers

Deeds of 134/136 Redheugh Road and 159/161 Windsor Avenue, Gateshead  DT.SC/43/1-2  20 September 1863 - 30 October 1903

1 paper, 1 parchment

Accounts of Mary Jane Brough, administratrix of T T Brough with Edward Hudson Brough, heir to the estate  DT.SC/44/1-2  7 June 1902 - 2 November 1903

2 files

William Brown  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of William Brown of Derwenthaugh, Winlaton, wherryman  DT.SC/45  12 June 1852

1 parchment

Robert Burnett  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Robert Burnett of Newcastle, gentleman  DT.SC/46  12 June 1865

1 parchment

Cargill family of Newcastle  [no ref. or date]

Probates of wills  DT.SC/47  [n.d.]

Thomas Cargill, merchant  DT.SC/47/1  11 October 1849

1 parchment

William Cargill, merchant  DT.SC/47/2  10 February 1851

1 parchment

Jane Cargill, widow of Thomas Cargill, merchant  DT.SC/47/3  15 October 1853

1 parchment

Carr family of Wallsend, coke manufacturers  [no ref. or date]

Marriage settlement between John Carr of Scotswood, cinder merchant and Isabella Dorothy Ann Holden Hair of Scotswood, spinster  DT.SC/48  19 August 1839

1 parchment

Lease by Sarah Grace of Newcastle, widow to John Carr of Wallsend, coke manufacturer of a mansion house at Wallsend with gardens and an adjoining close of pasture containing 8a. Includes plan  DT.SC/49  17 October 1854

1 paper

Assignment by Thomas Carr the younger of Newcastle, agent to Thomas Laidler of Scotswood, coke manufacturer of a one third share in the partnership operating coke ovens on a piece of ground at Wallsend adjoining the river Tyne with a quay erected on it, together with other pieces of land totalling 4261½ sq yds  DT.SC/50  22 August 1853

1 parchment

Henry Chambers' estate  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Henry Chambers of Oxford Street, Newcastle, agent  DT.SC/51  5 January 1847

1 parchment

List of debts and appraisal of goods of Henry Chambers  DT.SC/52  nd [1847]

2 papers

Church Board of Finance for the Diocese of Newcastle, Bishop Jacob Hostel, Grainger Park Road, Newcastle  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
C H Stanton acted as Secretary to the Board and acted for the Board in its dealings with parishes, schools and charities.

Draft deed poll for the formation of a Society called Bishop Jacob Hostel, Newcastle  DT.SC/53  1909

1 printed booklet

Draft Trust Deed  DT.SC/54  nd [1909]

1 file

Lease by the agent for the Hostel to John Bradburn Dodds of 34/36 The Side, Newcastle, analytical chemist, of the northern of two semidetached villas in Grainger Park Road, Newcastle, recently part of the Hostel, together with schedule of fixtures and fittings and list of agreed alterations and repairs  DT.SC/55/1-3  1 March 1913

3 files

Lease by the agent to William John Jobling of 45 Eldon Street, Newcastle, consulting engineer, of the southern of two semi-detached villas, together with schedule of fixtures and fittings  DT.SC/56/1-2  17 May 1913

1 file, 1 paper

Church Board of Finance for the Diocese of Newcastle, Schools  [no ref. or date]

Newcastle Diocesan Association of Schools, Final Orders under Section 11 of the Education Act, 1902, indexed  DT.SC/57  June 1903 - 18 April 1905

1 volume

Grants of sites for schools  DT.SC/58  [n.d.]

Longhirst, Northumberland, on east side of the village bounded by road from Morpeth to Ulgham on west, measuring 23 yds north to south and 103 yds east to west, plan endorsed  DT.SC/58/1  30 September 1846

1 parchment

Whitley, a piece of the glebe land of the Chapelry of Whitley measuring 54ft by 49ft, in the south-west corner of West Field, bounded by a road on the south and Whitley Mill and Mollersteads Road on the west  DT.SC/58/2  24 November 1848

1 parchment

Appointment by Bishop of Newcastle of Commissioners (including C H Stanton) to investigate the best means of dealing with the spiritual needs of the increased population of the diocese  DT.SC/59  13 December 1901

1 file

Walker Church Extension Building Fund, illustrated booklet and appeal from the Bishop of Newcastle  DT.SC/60  1928

1 printed booklet

Plans  DT.SC/61  [n.d.]

Amble, Northumberland. Parish Hall, Dovecot Street. Section, elevation and ground plan by [King] and Douglas.  DT.SC/61/1-2  nd [1910's - 1920's]

2 plans

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Bedlington, Northumberland, Church of England School. Elevations, sections,ground plan and drainage sections of proposed improvements, by C Franklin Murphy of Morpeth, Northumberland, architect.  DT.SC/61/3  August 1931

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Bedlington, Whitley Memorial School. Ground plan, elevations and sections of proposed improvements, by C Franklin Murphy.  DT.SC/61/4-5  August 1931 - January 1932

2 plans

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Blyth, Northumberland. Proposed new church [St Cuthbert] site at the corner of Fifteenth and Sixteenth Avenues, including housing scheme layout between Newsham Road, Princess Louise Road and Plessey Road, by L Leeper, Borough Engineer, Blyth.  DT.SC/61/6-8  July 1933

3 plans

Contents:
Scales: 1in = 200ft [1:2400], 1:2500 and 1:500

Blyth, elevations and floor plans for proposed enlargement of St Cuthbert's parish hall by Hicks and Charlewood, architects, 4 Mosley Street, Newcastle.  DT.SC/61/9  nd [1930's]

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Blyth, St Mary's Church, elevations, sections and ground plan of proposed parish hall at the corner of Bowes Street and Wanley Street by Hicks and Charlewood.  DT.SC/61/10  December 1922

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Byker, Harbottle Street. Elevations, sections and ground plan of St Lawrence's parochial buildings, by Hicks and Charlewood.  DT.SC/61/11  October 1929

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Cowpen Quay, Northumberland. Elevations, sections and ground plan of St John's parish hall, by Hicks and Charlewood.  DT.SC/61/12  16 March 1933

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Heaton, St Gabriel's Church. Ground plan, elevations and sections by Frank W Rich of Newcastle, architect.  DT.SC/61/13-14  1913

2 plans

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Howdon Panns, St Paul's Church. Ground plan, sections and elevations of proposed new chancel by Marshall and Tweedy of Grey Street, Newcastle, architects. Also, letter commenting on the plans.  DT.SC/61/15-16  16 March 1922

1 plan, 1 paper

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Newcastle. Plans showing parish boundaries in east Newcastle including St Gabriel, St Anthony, St Michael (Byker), St Mark, St Silas (Byker), St Jude, Walker and St Ann. Based on 1921 edition O S plans sheets: Northumberland XCV.NW, XCV.SW and Durham III.SW.  DT.SC/61/17-18  nd [1920's]

2 plans

Contents:
Scale: 6ins = 1 mile [1:10560]

Newcastle, Leazes Lane. Block plan, floor plans, section and elevations of proposed rebuilding of St Andrew's Church schools, by Charles S Errington of Newcastle, architect.  DT.SC/61/19  April 1930

1 file

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Newcastle, St James, Barras Bridge vicarage. Floor plans and site plan.  DT.SC/61/20-21  1875

2 plans

Contents:
Scales: 1in = 8ft [1:96] and 1in = 16ft [1:192]

Newcastle, Westmoreland Road/Rye Hill. Floor plans, sections, block plan, elevations and architect's report relating to proposed parsonage for St Mary the Virgin church, by Charles S Errington, diocesan surveyor.  DT.SC/61/22  18 November 1931

1 file

Contents:
Scales: 1in = 8ft [1:96] and 1:500

North Shields, Balkwell Estate. Ground plan, elevations and sections of proposed church at the corner of Central Avenue, Oswin Terrace and The Quadrant, by William Stockdale of 71 Howard Street, North Shields, architect.  DT.SC/61/23-24  September 1931

2 plans

Contents:
No scale

Seaton Hirst, Northumberland. Elevations, sections, ground plan and block plan of proposed church of St Andrew by Oliver and Leeson of Newcastle, architects. Also ground plan of proposed extension by Hicks and Charlewood of 67 Westgate Road, Newcastle, architects.  DT.SC/61/25-28  May 1931 - February 1932

4 plans

Contents:
Scales: 1in = 8ft [1:96] and 1in = 20ft [1:240]

Shiremoor. Elevations, sections, site plan, ground plans and gallery plan of proposed St Mark's Church, by Hicks and Charlewood.  DT.SC/61/29-30  20 July 1904 - April 1931

2 files

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96] and 1in = 32ft [1:384] Includes Church Council minutes, 19 January - 5 October 1931

Wallsend, Station Road. Elevations, sections and ground plan of proposed church of St John by W B Edwards, of 52 Eldon Place, Newcastle, architect.  DT.SC/61/31  May 1939

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Cooke and Hewitt  [no ref. or date]

Partnership deeds between Edward Cooke of Newcastle and Edward Wright Hewitt of Newcastle  DT.SC/62  [n.d.]

Partnership agreement to carry on business of corn and flour factors at Newcastle  DT.SC/62/1  29 January 1851

1 parchment

Deed of dissolution of partnership  DT.SC/62/2  3 May 1852

1 parchment

Ralph Cook  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of a messuage on the east part of East Ballast Hills, Newcastle, adjoining the south side of ground leased to Robert Skelton and extending southward from there 27 yds and extending to the hedge of a garden of Matthew Ridley on east  DT.SC/63/1-3  10 August 1814 - 15 June 1839

2 parchments, 1 paper

Mrs Elizabeth Reynard Cookson  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of 6 Westfield Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire, widow.

Agreement concerning the estates of John Cookson of Whitehill Park, Chester le Street, Co Durham, esquire and Lutwidge Dunbar Reynard Cookson, esquire  DT.SC/64  4 April 1879

1 parchment

George & William Cowan  [no ref. or date]

Deeds relating to the partnership  DT.SC/65  [n.d.]

Agreement for sale by Mary Cowan of 106 Rye Hill, Newcastle, widow of her late husband's half-share in the business  DT.SC/65/1  30 December 1874

1 parchment

Partnership agreement to trade as George and William Cowan, provision merchants at 59 The Side, Newcastle  DT.SC/65/2  31 December 1874

1 file

Robert Cowens  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Robert Cowens of Benwell, teacher  DT.SC/66  22 March 1853

1 parchment

Thomas Coxon  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Thomas Coxon of Northumberland Square, Tynemouth, shipowner  DT.SC/67  14 July 1865

1 parchment

Crichton's Oil Co Ltd  [no ref. or date]

Balance sheet of D Crichton of Newcastle, oil merchant as at 28 February 1889  DT.SC/68  28 February 1889

1 file

Certificate of Incorporation of Crichton's Oil Co Ltd  DT.SC/69  21 March 1889

1 paper

Contract for sale of his business, by David Crichton of Newcastle, merchant and manufacturer, importer and shipper of oil, to Crichton's Oil Co Ltd  DT.SC/70  29 March 1889

1 parchment

Ruth Croser  [no ref. or date]

Administration, with will annexed, of the estate of Ruth Croser of St John's parish, Newcastle, widow  DT.SC/71  31 January 1838

1 parchment

James Davidson  [no ref. or date]

Conveyances of building sites by James Davidson of Newcastle builder  DT.SC/72  [n.d.]

To Peter Watson of Newcastle, painter, of site in Bridge Street, Newcastle measuring 22ft 6ins east to west and 55ft 4ins north to south, bounded by the turnpike from Newcastle to North Shields on north, a back lane on south, property of James Davidson on east and house mentioned in DT/SC/72/2 on west  DT.SC/72/1  26 July 1843

1 parchment

To William Sharp of Newcastle, mason of a site on south side of Regent Street, Newcastle measuring north to south at the east end 55ft 4ins and at west end 56ft and east to west at north end 41ft 4½ins and at south end 40ft 6ins, bounded by a back street on south, house of Mrs Henderson on west and property in DT/SC/72/1 on east  DT.SC/72/2  1 September 1845

1 parchment

Samuel Ferguson Davidson  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Heaton, contractor.

Conveyance by Robert Clay of Newcastle, brick manufacturer to S F Davidson of 2087 sq yds of land at Byker Bar, on north side of Wilfrid Street, with the Grand Theatre, shops and other buildings erected on it. Plan endorsed  DT.SC/73  4 June 1897

1 parchment

Deeds of a leasehold piece of land at Batley, Yorkshire, part of a close called Lower Croft, containing 940 sq yds, including half of a new street called James Street with the theatre currently being built on it  DT.SC/74/1-3  3 July 1896 - 29 October 1897

2 files, 1 parchment

Palmersville. Proposed layout of building land at Meadowfield Garden Estate, by S F Davidson. Architect: W Dixon and Son of 1 Collingwood Street, Newcastle.  DT.SC/75  February 1934

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1:500

Kelvin Park Estate belonging to S F Davidson. Elevations, sections and floor plans of proposed flats by W Dixon and Son.  DT.SC/76  February 1935

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Deeds of mansion house called villa Real and an adjoining field at the Minories, Jesmond formerly known as the Blindwells or Hurst Blindwell together with 2 fields called Blindwells Closes containing 4a 2r 8p. Also a field called Stoney Heaps, Jesmond containing 7a 9p  DT.SC/77/1-3  nd [1841] - 27 May 1871

3 files

Deeds of 4a 20p of land with mansion house on it formerly called Broomfield House but now called The Minories, Jesmond and three other pieces of ground in Jesmond containing 2a 6p (part of the Dean), 3a 26p and 442 sq yds. Plans included  DT.SC/78/1-7  5 December 1854 - 19 July 1926

4 parchments, 3 files

Deeds of fields in Jesmond called Barn Flatt, South Barn Flatt and Brandling Tack. Marginal plan  DT.SC/79/1-4  25 January 1806 - 2 February 1825

4 parchments

Deeds of Jesmond Park, Jesmond, formerly property as in DT/SC/79/1-4 with fields called Musgrave Haugh and Low Haugh and a piece of ground containing 6a 0r 17p called The Dean. Plans included.  DT.SC/80/1-13  1 February 1825 - 18 February 1899

7 parchments, 1 printed paper, 1 waxed linen plan, 1 paper, 2 files

Contents:
DT/SC/80/4 also includes fields in Heaton formerly part of Heaton Estate, 3 cottages in The Greens with a granary attached, a windmill and house in Mill Close and a house in Haugh Land, Heaton

Articles of partnership of the Jesmond Park Estate Co formed to develop Jesmond Park  DT.SC/81  27 May 1899

1 file

Deeds making provision for the remuneration and indemnity of the Trustees of the Jesmond Park Estate Co  DT.SC/82  2 October 1925

1 paper

Deed of partition of the unsold residue of the Minories and Jesmond Park Estates, and plan by A K Tasker, architect, of Newcastle and North Shields  DT.SC/83/1-2  August 1925 - 1 March 1932

1 plan, 1 file

Deeds relating to the quarter share of S F Davidson in Jesmond Park Estate, including mortgages, deed of indemnity to the heirs of his former partner, Joseph Bell, and agreement for sale of assets following his bankruptcy  DT.SC/84/1-5  1 September 1905 - 8 August 1932

2 parchments, 2 papers, 1 file

Collateral securities to the Northern Counties Permanent Building Society re mortgages for houses in Crossley Terrace, Clousden Hill, Forest Hall  DT.SC/396/1-9  4 September 1932 - 22 August 1934

9 papers

Collateral securities to the Northern Counties Permanent Building Society re mortgages for houses in Meadowfield Terrace, Forest Hall  DT.SC/397/1-6  22 October 1934 - 1 October 1935

6 papers

Collateral security to the Northern Counties Permanent Building Society re mortgages for house in Hubert Street, Newcastle  DT.SC/398  2 November 1935

1 paper

Thomas Dove  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of Thomas Dove of Gateshead, engineman  DT.SC/85  20 August 1834

1 parchment

Thomas William Dunn  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Thomas William Dunn of Newcastle, merchant tailor  DT.SC/86  12 April 1830

1 parchment

Elliot family of Newcastle  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Ebenezer Elliot of Newcastle, cabinet maker  DT.SC/87  18 December 1828

1 parchment

Letters of administration of the estate of William Elliot of Newcastle, cabinet maker, a bachelor  DT.SC/88  15 November 1837

1 parchment

Robert Emery  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of Robert Emery of Newcastle, free porter  DT.SC/89  17 December 1842

1 parchment

Errington Family  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of Shop Houses Garth, Loosing Hill, Sunniside  DT.SC/90/1-4  5 August 1823 - 8 April 1864

4 parchments

Conveyance by William Errington of Ravensworth, gentleman to Albert Errington of Whittingham, Northumberland, wood agent, James Errington of Newcastle, wholesale stationer and William Errington of Garesfield, Co Durham, wood agent of his quarter share in two cottages and gardens at Loosing Hill, bounded by the road from Loasing Hill to Lamesley on east, Shop Houses Garth on west and private road from Shop Houses Garth to the public road on the south  DT.SC/91  8 April 1864

1 parchment

Deeds of The Burnt House public house with a malting house, shop, house and workshops in The Side, Newcastle. Also 76 The Side, Newcastle. Also house on west corner of North Street formerly Saville Court, Newcastle, bounded by a passage on the south. Plans endorsed  DT.SC/92/1-2  15 January - 13 February 1873

2 parchments

Probate of the will of James Errington of Jesmond Villas, Newcastle, wholesale stationer  DT.SC/93  18 March 1880

1 parchment

Probate of the will of Elizabeth McClean of 206 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Warwickshire, spinster  DT.SC/94  20 August 1895

1 parchment

Featherston family; Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Cotfield House, Gateshead, merchants.

Deeds of Cotfield House, Gateshead and 2a 3r 35p ground behind it, previously described as a house and garden in a close called Stoney Flatt and 3 allotments on Gateshead Town Fields in the part called the Middle Flat. Plans included  DT.SC/95/1-10  25 March 1806 - 31 October [1823]

8 papers, 4 parchments

Deeds of Benthead Estate, Stanhope, Co Durham, comprising Brecken Bed Close; High Cleugh Field with adjoining house and outhouses; ¾ of a piece of ground formerly part of Moss Moor containing 3a 1r 10p; messuage on the west of houses belonging to Thomas Featherston with all frontsteads and pieces of ground where houses once stood and their outhouses; Old Turnip Garth; allotments on Burnhope Cow Pasture containing 2a 6p and 12a; 2 messuages with their outhouses at Benthead; Close at Benthead formerly part of Broad Field; 1¼ stints on Burnhope Fell; Pryfield  DT.SC/96/1-2  9 May 1776 - 14 May 1811

1 paper, 1 parchment

Stanhope, Co Durham. Plan of lands belonging to the heirs of the late John and Thomas Featherston, esquires, by Thomas Bell and Sons, surveyors. Comprises: Whynsyke Farm, Cleugh House Farm, Bent Heads Farm, Prye Hill Farm and allotments on Ireshope Moor.; Scale: 1in = 4ch [1:792]  DT.SC/97  April 1842

1 plan

Deeds of 2 new-built messuages with garden behind in Tynemouth, bounded by property of Alexander Cunningham on west, Cuthbert Hopper on east, John French, gentleman, on north and town street on south. Includes plan  DT.SC/98/1-13  1 May 1689 - 6 July 1791

11 parchments, 2 papers

Lease, part of a lease and release, by Armorer Donkin of Lowlights, Tynemouth, gentleman, to Ralph Richardson the elder of North Shields, customs officer and his wife, Jane, of a house and yard on the west side of Dockwray Square, Tynemouth, with a right of access along a passage on the south side and the right to take water from the pump behind the premises  DT.SC/99  28 November 1780

1 parchmente

Deeds of a messuage and quay in North Shields bounded by the low water mark of River Tyne on south. Also another messuage in North Shields striking down to the low water mark of River Tyne and a messuage and garden in Cullercoats on the west side of the street, now occupied by Alexander Bailey  DT.SC/100/1-2  14 December 1795 - 13 October 1797

1 parchment, 1 paper

Deeds of new-built messuages on west side of Bedford Street, North Shields, measuring 21ft from north to south and 60ft 9ins from east to west at the west end and 58ft 6ins at east end, bounded by a 9 foot passage on west.  DT.SC/101/1-4  9 June 1810 - 23 October 1827

4 parchments

Contents:
DT/SC/101/3 also includes messuages on east side of Custom House Quay, North Shields, bounded by the main street on the north and a passage from the main street to the river on the east

Deeds of messuages, warehouses and sailcloth manufactory at Wall Knoll, Newcastle (formerly described as at Pandon) bounded by Wall Knoll and Stock Bridge on south  DT.SC/102/1-14  17 April 1616 - 1 February 1820

12 parchments, 1 paper, 1 file

Deeds of a shop, malt kiln and malt lofts on the west side of the Groat Market, Newcastle formerly called the Vine or Vine Entry bounded by Fletchers Entry on north  DT.SC/103/1-2  18 January 1800 - 6 March 1810

2 parchments

Lease by Thomas Featherston of Newcastle, grocer to Messrs Chapman and Spence, bankers of North Shields of a shop on the north side of Collingwood Street, Newcastle, the 3rd shop from the Groat Market  DT.SC/104  12 April 1819

1 parchment

Deeds of 7 Collingwood Street, Newcastle, formerly houses and shops on the south side of Collingwood Street and the north side of Denton Chare at the east end of the streets, including the Spread Eagle Inn, Denton Chare. Plans included  DT.SC/105/1-20  30 October 1678 - 15 June 1869

5 files, 15 parchments

Featherston family, Estate of John Featherston of Newcastle, grocer  [no ref. or date]

Probate of will of John Featherston  DT.SC/106  30 September 1814

1 parchment

Conveyances by the beneficiaries under the will of John Featherston to the trustees of his will of all property devised to them, in trust  DT.SC/107/1-3  1 June 1837 - 22 June 1838

3 parchments

Featherston family, Estate of Margaret Featherston  [no ref. or date]

Probate of will of Margaret Featherston of Cotfield House, Gateshead, spinster  DT.SC/108  28 August 1837

1 parchment

Featherston family, Estate of Thomas Featherston  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Thomas Featherston of Cotfield House, Gateshead, grocer  DT.SC/109  15 April 1840

1 parchment

Transfers of trusteeship of estate of Thomas Featherston  DT.SC/110/1-2  4 April - 28 November 1840

2 parchments

Conveyance by Jacob Ralph Featherston of Black Dean, St John's Chapel, Co Durham to Thomas Featherston of The Abbey near Thetford, Norfolk esquire and Charles Milner of Newcastle, ironmonger, of Wester Black Dean, Pry - Hill and 5 plots of land totalling 59a 3r 20p on Sedling Pasture, Stanhope and all the rest of his share of Thomas Featherston's estate except The Plantation. Plan endorsed  DT.SC/111  20 May 1844

1 parchment

Assignment by Jane Featherston of Newcastle, widow of Thomas Featherston, to the trustees of her husband's will, of all her interest in surplus money raised by the sale of property in Newcastle  DT.SC/112  25 June 1845

1 parchment

Deed of partition between the beneficiaries under the will of Thomas Featherston of houses and shops on the north side of Collingwood Street, Newcastle, and a house and shop on west side of Pudding Chare, includes plan  DT.SC/113  1 July 1845

1 parchment

Featherston family, Estate of John Featherston of Cotfield House, esquire  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of John Featherston  DT.SC/114  4 April 1845

1 parchment

Transfer of trusteeship of John Featherston's will  DT.SC/115  19 September 1844

1 parchment

Assignment by Reverend Robert Nicholson Featherston of Accrington, Lancashire to Dr Isaac Earl Featherston of Newcastle, of his share of the estates of John Featherston of Newcastle, Thomas Featherston and John Featherston of Cotfield House  DT.SC/116  1 November 1873

1 parchment

Featherston family, Estate of Jane Featherston  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Jane Featherston of The Hall, Newton le Willows, Yorkshire, widow  DT.SC/117  28 September 1872

1 parchment

Conveyance by beneficiaries under the will of Jane Featherston, to the Trustees of her will, of all the property devised to them in trust for sale  DT.SC/118  25 November 1873

1 parchment

John Fenwick  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newcastle, gentleman.

Deeds of The Cock, Head of the Side, [formerly the Ironmarket] Newcastle, formerly two properties, The Sawpit, Head of the Side and The Cock, Denton Chare  DT.SC/119/1-4  1 August [1701] - 12 February 1812

4 parchments

Fenwick and Gray, brewers  [no ref. or date]

Partnership deed between Thomas Fenwick of Dipton, collierly viewer and Joseph Gray of Garesfield, Colliery, gentleman, to carry on the business of common brewers at Burnopfield, Co Durham  DT.SC/120  1 October 1814

1 parchment

Foster family of Newcastle, lead manufacturers; Hindley Estate  [no ref. or date]

Sale particulars, Hindley Estate near Stocksfield, Northumberland  DT.SC/121  29 June 1780

1 printed paper

Deeds of the whole estate  DT.SC/122/1-5  28 August 1849 - 18 May 1892

3 files, 2 papers

Agreement for sale by Alfred James Foster of Anick Cottage, Hexham, Northumberland, lead manufacturer, to David Richardson of Wheel Birks, Northumberland, gentleman, of 118a 29p of woodland near Hindley Hall. Includes plan  DT.SC/123  1 November 1904

1 file

Agreement for sale by Alfred James Foster to Frances Pumphrey, wife of Joseph Pumphrey of Minsteracres, Riding Mill, colliery owner, of Hindley Hall and estate containing 248a 1r 8p. Includes plan  DT.SC/124  6 November 1906

1 file

Forster marriage settlement  [no ref. or date]

Settlement on the marriage of Charles Frank Forster of Newcastle, lead manufacturer and Emma Jane foster of Newcastle, spinster  DT.SC/125  22 January 1877

1 parchment

Mortgage by the Trustees of James Foster's will to the Trustees of the above marriage settlement of shares in Fosters Bishop Middleham Brewery in exchange for a release of £5000 mortgage on Hindley Estate  DT.SC/126  5 February 1903

1 paper

Mrs Mabel Foster  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Wife of Alfred James Foster of Anick Cottage, Hexham, Northumberland.

Agreement for sale by Isabel Clayton of Chesters, Northumberland, widow, to Mabel Foster and Edward Francis Clayton of Walwick Hall, Northumberland, former army major, of 2 grass fields at Anick, Northumberland containing 7a and a beerhouse in Anick Village. Plan attached  DT.SC/127  14 November 1912

1 file

Agreement for sale by John Thomas Hodson, builder and Claude Hodson, estate agent, both of Tapsells Farm, Wadhurst, Sussex, to Mabel Foster, of Durgates and Tapsells Farms, Wadhurst, Sussex. Plan attached  DT.SC/128  16 August 1919

1 file

Foster, Blackett and Wilson Ltd  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Hebburn, lead manufacturers.

Proposed tramways, Jarrow  DT.SC/129  [n.d.]

Parliamentary plans  DT.SC/129/1  Session 1880/1

1 printed booklet of plans

Agreement for a lease by Foster, Blackett and Wilson Ltd to Jarrow and Hebburn and District Tramways of land in Hebburn Low Road on which to build a tramway. Plan attached  DT.SC/129/2  19 February 1881

1 file

Papers concerning the assignment by Thomas Joseph Edwards to the Company of his invention of an improvement in mechanical toys, including patent, 137392, specification, assignments and notices  DT.SC/130/1-6  27 January 1919 - 22 May 1922

5 papers, 1 printed booklet

John Gallon  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of John Gallon of Felling Shore, paper manufacturer  DT.SC/131  5 November 1847

1 parchment

Cuthbert Gardner  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Winlaton, builder.

Plans of Blaydon Glass Bottle Works  DT.SC/132  [n.d.]

Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]  DT.SC/132/1  nd [1850's - 1860's]

1 plan

Ground plans, elevations and sections of no IV and V glass houses, showing furnaces and neiling kilns. Scale: 1in = 4ft [1:48]  DT.SC/132/2  1871

1 plan

Plans of Winlaton Estate, nd [1870's]  DT.SC/133  [n.d.]

Key plan (no scale) and site plan of freehold building sites, by John Haigh Robinson, architect and surveyor, 25 Eldon Square, Newcastle. Scale: 1in = 32ft [1:384]; Streets are Watson Terrace, Gardeners Terrace, Percy Terrace and Anne Street  DT.SC/133/1  nd

1 plan

Plan of part of the estate.  DT.SC/133/2  nd

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 16ft [1:192]

Conveyance by Cuthbert Gardner to Jarred Nixon of Winlaton, chain manufacturer of a building site at Winlaton (Marginal plan), together with building contract for a house on the site  DT.SC/134  1867

1 parchment, 1 paper

Ralph Gofton  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of Ralph Gofton of Bullock Steads, Gosforth, farmer  DT.SC/135  26 April 1834

1 parchment

Mrs Nathaniel Grace's estate  [no ref. or date]

Settlement on the marriage of Nathaniel Grace of Newcastle, land agent and Margaret Bigger of Deckham Hall, Gateshead, spinster  DT.SC/136  30 October 1868

1 parchment

J G Smith, auctioneer, sale catalogue (with prices marked in) of furniture etc at 18, Windsor Terrace, Newcastle  DT.SC/137  24-25 October 1878

1 printed booklet

Letters of administration of the estate of Margaret Grace of 18, Windsor Terrace, Newcastle  DT.SC/138  27 March 1877

1 parchment

Abstract of title to reversionary shares in the purchase money of Bloomfield Towers, Jesmond, reciting deeds 31 March 1877 - 12 November 1887  DT.SC/139  1890

1 file

Probate of the will of Edward Nathaniel Grace of Newcastle, colliery engineer  DT.SC/140  26 January 1891

1 parchment

John Hall  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of John Hall of Millbourne [Milburn] Place, Tynemouth, gentleman  DT.SC/141  26 October 1824

1 parchment

William Hall  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of William Hall of Bells Close, West Denton, wherryman and publican  DT.SC/142  25 September 1835

1 parchment

Hardcastles and Handcock  [no ref. or date]

Partnership agreement between Benjamin Hardcastle of Newcastle, William Ingham Hardcastle of Newcastle and Albany Handcock of Newcastle, gentleman, to carry on the business of floor cloth manufacturers at Bigg Market, Newcastle, trading as Hardcastles and Handcock  DT.SC/143  6 August 1836

1 parchment

Hastings family of Newcastle  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Edward Godfrey Hastings of Newcastle, papers maker  DT.SC/144  28 October 1859

1 parchment

Probate of the will of Sarah Hastings of Newcastle, widow  DT.SC/145  12 August 1865

1 parchment

Henry Henley  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newcastle, gentleman.

Deeds of a piece of ground containing 537 sq yds with houses erected on it near the Ouseburn, Newcastle, bounded by Northumberland Terrace on north and Bridge Street on east  DT.SC/146/1-2  1 December 1840 - 15 March 1841

1 parchment, 1 paper

Misses Hickman and Walker  [no ref. or date]

Deed of dissolution of the partnership between Isabella Walker and Isabella Mary Ann Hickman, both of Newcastle who traded as Misses Hickman and Walker, milliners and dressmakers in Pilgrim Street, Newcastle  DT.SC/147  24 July 1868

1 paper

John Hood  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of John Hood of Heaton Blue House, Benton, joiner and cartwright  DT.SC/148  11 September 1875

1 parchment

Lee Hudson  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newcastle, solicitor (a partner in the firm of Stanton, Atkinson and Hudson).

Deeds of corner messuage on the north side of Butcher Bank (formerly All Hallow Bank), Newcastle, bounded by steps leading to All Saints Church on west and Dog Bank on south.  DT.SC/149/1-7  15 January 1749 - 23 June 1853

1 paper, 1 file, 5 parchments

Contents:
DT/SC/149/1 also includes a messuage and adjoining close called Cawsey Head Close, Shieldfield, Newcastle; 2 houses at the head of All Hallow Bank [Butcher Bank] and a stable, garth and shop adjoining at the west end in Plummers Chair

Elizabeth Jefferson  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Elizabeth Jefferson of Newcastle, spinster  DT.SC/150  1 April 1833

1 parchment

John Jobling and Son  [no ref. or date]

Partnership deeds between Frederick Richard Jobling and Edwin Francis Jobling both of Newcastle, merchants  DT.SC/151  [n.d.]

Partnership agreement to carry on business of merchants, coal fitters and ship brokers at Newcastle, trading as John Jobling and Son  DT.SC/151/1  30 November 1868

1 parchment

Dissolution of the partnership  DT.SC/151/2  5 November 1870

1 paper

Amendment to the terms of the dissolution agreement  DT.SC/151/3  1 June 1871

1 paper

John Johnson  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of John Johnson of Bradley Mill, Ryton, miller and farmer  DT.SC/152  3 December 1841

1 parchment

Stephen Hutchinson Johnson  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Stephen Hutchinson Johnson of Newcastle, engine fitter  DT.SC/153  16 December 1865

1 parchment

Joseph Joyce  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Joseph Joyce of Benwell, joiner  DT.SC/154  30 June 1860

1 parchment

Kenmir's Trust  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of 9, Ellison Place, Newcastle and a wire manufactory with warehouse, dwelling house, stables and workshops bounded by Nelson Street on south, Picton Terrace on west and a passageway, road and premises belonging to John Hardwick on north  DT.SC/155/1-2  10 May 1880 - 2 September 1980

1 parchment, 1 file

Probates of the wills of  DT.SC/156  [n.d.]

John Graham of St Thomas Square, Hackney London  DT.SC/156/1  10 May 1841

1 parchment

William Budden of 17, Kensington Crescent, London  DT.SC/156/2  20 November 1861

1 parchment

Edmund Graham the younger of Gresham Place, Newcastle, wire worker  DT.SC/156/3  14 March 1864

1 parchment

John James Hunter of 9, Ellison Place, Newcastle, chemical manufacturer and wire worker  DT.SC/156/4  14 April 1870

1 parchment

William Humphrys Budden of 4, St Thomas Place, Newcastle, gentleman  DT.SC/156/5  24 October 1883

1 parchment

George Johnson Kenmir of 6, Saville Place, Newcastle, gentleman  DT.SC/156/6  28 May 1888

1 parchment

Sarah Kenmir of 6, Saville Place, Newcastle, widow  DT.SC/156/7  17 January 1889

1 parchment

Letters of administration with will annexed of the estate of James Mountain Hunter of Newcastle, wire worker  DT.SC/157  19 April 1890

1 parchment

Settlement on the marriage of Sarah Graham of Newcastle, widow and John James Hunter of Low Walker, chemical manufacturer  DT.SC/158  17 April 1867

1 parchment

Lists of furniture and pictures bequeathed to John Mountain Hunter, Annie Graham and Edith Graham by [Mary Graham]  DT.SC/159/1-2  January 1871

2 booklets

Supplement deed of arrangement concerning the estate of Sarah Kenmir  DT.SC/160  16 November 1892

1 parchment

John Kimpster's estate  [no ref. or date]

Settlement on the marriage of William Moffatt of Gateshead, ironmonger and Jane Sarah Kimpster of Gateshead, spinster  DT.SC/161  19 September 1881

1 parchment

Abstract of title and deed of partition relating to a piece of ground at Washington with 57 cottages on it, bounded on north and east by land of Matthew Benjamin Robson, on west by land of James Robson and on south by glebe land. Plan included  DT.SC/162/1-2  29 October 1866 - 13 October 1891

1 parchment, 1 file

Charles Kirk's executors  [no ref. or date]

Minutes of executors meetings  DT.SC/163  8 July 1925 - 23 March 1935

1 volume

Contents:
Includes memoranda about the deceased's family and will, particulars of his real and personal property and liabilities as at 5 July 1925

Benton Lodge Estate, appreciation of the financial position of Charles Kirk's Trustees as at 22 March 1935  DT.SC/164  22 March 1935

1 file

Mrs Mary Kirkham's estate  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Mary Kirkham of Felling Shore, widow  DT.SC/165  17 August 1870

1 parchment

Statement of account of the money to be divided amongst the children of Mary Kirkham, with a covering letter from Stanton and Atkinson to the executors  DT.SC/166  3 November 1870

2 papers

Declarations concerning the rightful heirs  DT.SC/167  [n.d.]

Edward Pearson of 44, Eighth Avenue, Heaton, engineer  DT.SC/167/1  14 May 1895

1 paper

George Cairns of 1, Browns Place, High Felling, including birth, baptism, death and burial certificates  DT.SC/167/2  21 June 1909

1 file

Letters of administration of the estates of the following  DT.SC/168  [n.d.]

Mary Pearson of Gallons Yard, Felling Shore  DT.SC/168/1  16 December 1895

1 parchment

Richard Pearson of Gallons Yard  DT.SC/168/2  16 December 1895

1 parchment

Mary Temple wife of Isaac Temple of 90, Corbridge Street, Heaton  DT.SC/168/3  16 December 1895

1 parchment

Account of the division of Mary Kirkham's estate  DT.SC/169  1895 - 1896

2 papers

Joseph Kyle's estate  [no ref. or date]

Release by the Proprietors of the Northumberland Glass Works to Joseph Kyle of Ponteland, Northumberland, mason, of a piece of ground on the north side of The Close, Newcastle, measuring 113ft 9ins north to south and 58ft 7ins east to west on south side and 42ft 6ins on north side, bounded by Forth Banks on south, premises of John Anderson on east, premises of Robert Walters esquire on north and premises of [Mr] Velch on west  DT.SC/170  4 May 1824

1 parchment

Probate of will of Joseph Kyle of Church Hill Street, Newcastle, mason  DT.SC/171  3 January 1851

1 parchment

Elizabeth Laybourn's estate  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Elizabeth Laybourne of Gateshead, spinster  DT.SC/172  6 November 1848

1 parchment

Valuations of furniture and a looking glass  DT.SC/173  1848

2 papers

William Linskill  [no ref. or date]

North Shields. Plan of Tynemouth Lodge Freehold Estate, the property of William Linskill esquire, as laid out in building sites, by Edward Brown, civil engineer and surveyor, 79, Clayton Street, Newcastle.  DT.SC/174  1875

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 3ins = 200ft [1:800]
Streets are: Washington Terrace, Grey Street, Princes Street, Cobourgh Street, Whitby Street, Jackson Street, Payne Street, Linskill Terrace and Park Terrace,

Robert Lister and Son  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Elswick and Benwell, fire brick and crucible manufacturers.

Partnership deeds  DT.SC/175  [n.d.]

Partnership agreement between Robert Lister and Ralph Lister  DT.SC/175/1  24 July 1837

1 parchment

Deed of dissolution of partnership between Elizabeth Lister, widow of Robert, and Ralph Lister  DT.SC/175/2  9 September 1851

1 parchment

Probate of the will of Ralph Lister  DT.SC/176  1 May 1860

1 parchment

William Loades  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of William Loades of 7, Normanby Terrace, Gateshead, commission agent  DT.SC/177  7 October 1869

1 parchment

McKay (Mackey) family of Newcastle  [no ref. or date]

Lease by William Mackey, linen draper and James Smith of Newcastle, linen draper to George Peters of Tottenham, London and Philip James Antill of Newcastle, wine and spirit merchants of the Meters Arms Inn, Blue Anchor Chare, Newcastle  DT.SC/178  4 July 1851

1 paper

Lease by William Bell of Newcastle, gentleman to Thomas Cuthbert McKay, hosier and haberdasher of a shop and cellar, Sandhill, Newcastle  DT.SC/179  10 April 1852

1 paper

J and J Meikle, Property  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newcastle, wine and spirit merchants.

Deeds of Grange Hotel, Grange Road, Jarrow.  DT.SC/180/1-3  7 March 1868 - 29 July 1895

3 parchments

Contents:
DT/SC/180/1 also includes a piece of ground on the west side of Lower Ormonde Street, Jarrow measuring 52ft 4ins north to south and 20ft 2ins east to west.
DT/SC/180/2 also includes 2 adjoining pieces of ground on north side of Harton Green Lane, Harton, one measuring 60ft east to west and 75ft north to south and the other 46ft east to west and 75ft north to south.
DT/SC/180/3 also includes 7-13 (odd), Swinburne Place, Gateshead

Mortgage and redemption by John Meikle of "The Osborne Road", Newcastle, licensed victualler to Worthington and Co Ltd of Burton Trent Staffordshire, brewers, of "The American Coffee House", 45 Gibson Street, Newcastle; "The Cooksons Arms", West Street, Arthurs Hill, Newcastle; "The Scotch Arms" on the corner of Cumberland Street and York Street, Gateshead  DT.SC/181  25 September 1893 - 29 October 1894

1 parchment

Abstract of title to building ground in Crown Street, Elswick [34-42, (even), Crown Street] reciting deeds  DT.SC/182  2 June - 5 July 1864, 1866

1 file

Estate of James Meikle  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of the will and probate of James Meikle of Spring Bank Villa, Benwell  DT.SC/183  19 July 1883 - 9 October 1884 - nd [1885]

1 file

Agreement for sale by James Meikle's Executors to John Meikle of 17 Osborne Avenue, Newcastle, of James Meikle's share in J & J Meikle, wine and spirit merchants  DT.SC/184  19 January 1886

1 file

Copy minutes of order in the case of Meikle v Meikle in Chancery re James Meikle's estate  DT.SC/185  31 March 1886

1 paper

Mortgage by John Meikle and James Meikle's Executors to William Street Stobo of 46 Grainger Street West, Newcastle, solicitor of all the property of J & J Meikle, namely  DT.SC/186  18 May 1887

1 parchment

Contents:
Victoria Inn, St Cuthbert's Road, Gateshead
Half Moon Inn, Bigg Market, Newcastle
Albion Hotel, Newgate Street, Newcastle
Royal Station Hotel and 5 houses, Conyers Road, Byker
"American Coffee House" and tenements, Gibson Street, Newcastle
Blue Bell Inn, Shield Street, Newcastle
Clarence Hotel, Clarence Street, Newcastle
34-42 (Even), Crown Street, Newcastle
64 and 66, Park Road, Newcastle
"Ordnance Arms" and 2 and 6 Vale Street, Scotswood Road, Newcastle
"Cricketers Arms", Prudhoe Street, Newcastle
4 Houses in Swinburne Street, Gateshead
Grainger [Grange] Hotel, Jarrow
European and United States Hotel, North Shields
6-14 (Evens), Staple Road, Jarrow
Brewery and adjoining cottage, Bell Street, Arthurs Hill, Newcastle
Dun Cow Inn and houses, Willington Quay
Royal Oak Hotel and 63-67 (odds), Grange Road, Jarrow,

Abstract of title of James Meikle's Executors to a Brewery and adjoining cottage, Bell Street, Newcastle reciting deeds 19 July 1883 - 18 May 1887  DT.SC/187  1888

1 file

Monkhouse, Goddard and Co, accountants  [no ref. or date]

Partnership agreements  DT.SC/188  [n.d.]

Between George Benson Monkhouse of Newcastle, Frederick Robertson Goddard of Newcastle and John Hobart Armstrong of Pelaw House, Chester le Street, to take over the business of Monkhouse, Goddard, Miller and Co of Newcastle, Middlesbrough, West Hartlepool and Barrow in Furness  DT.SC/188/1  2 February 1880

1 parchment

Between the parties as in DT/SC/188/1 and Allen Henry Philip Stoneham of 28 St Swithin's Lane, London, to carry on business in London also  DT.SC/188/2  14 November 1882

1 parchment

Jasper Capper Mounsey, iron merchant  [no ref. or date]

Mortgages of ships, by their owners to Jasper Capper Mounsey and Charles Ianson of Newcastle  DT.SC/189  [n.d.]

Steamer Express owned by Thomas Nelson of Newcastle, waterman. Includes an undertaking by Nelson to become teetotal and empowering Mounsey and Ianson to sell the steamer if he breaks his pledge, and a letter from Nelson authorising the sale of the vessel  DT.SC/189/1-4  16 December 1848 - 17 January 1856

1 parchment, 3 papers

SS William Cargill of Newcastle built at St Lawrence, Newcastle in 1850 by John Elliot, owned by William Nelson of Newcastle, waterman  DT.SC/189/5  21 February 1851

1 paper

Vulcan of London built at Aberdeen, Scotland in 1840; Zephyr of London built at Thorne, Yorkshire; Marsden of London built at Hylton and Ann McKenzie of London built at Scutcoats, Yorkshire in 1806, all owned by Thomas Cummings Gibson of 20 Lower Thames Street, London, merchant  DT.SC/189/6  19 December 1845

1 parchment

Partnership agreement between Jasper Capper Mounsey and John Dixon of Bedlington, Northumberland to carry on business as ironmasters at Bedlington trading as Mounsey & Dixon  DT.SC/190  30 April 1863

1 parchment

Transfer by the owners (including several members of the Mounsey family) of Derwent and Consett Iron Co Ltd to William Backhouse of St John's Wolsingham, of their interest in the Company to facilitate its sale to the Northumberland and Durham District Banking Co  DT.SC/394  29 August 1859

1 parchment

Newcastle Rectifying Distillery Co  [no ref. or date]

Partnership agreement between Edward Hale Campbell of Newcastle, distiller and John Eskett Thwaites of Durham, gentleman to carry on the business of rectifying distillers and wine and spirit merchants at Quayside, Newcastle  DT.SC/191  2 April 1844

1 parchment

Newmarch family of Newcastle  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estates of  DT.SC/192  [n.d.]

Robert George Newmarch, gentleman  DT.SC/192/1  23 October 1865

1 parchment

Isabella Newmarch, spinster  DT.SC/192/2  13 November 1865

1 parchment

North Durham Coal Co  [no ref. or date]

Partnership agreement  DT.SC/193  9 October 1841

1 parchment

North Fenham Colliery  [no ref. or date]

Deeds  DT.SC/194  [n.d.]

Assignment by Trustees of will of William Bainbridge of Kenton, coal owner, to William Bainbridge's children, Mason Watson of Newcastle, land agent and Edward Watson of Newcastle, engineer, of William Bainbridge's share of North Fenham Colliery  DT.SC/194/1  4 June 1878

1 parchment

Partnership agreement of the Owners of North Fenham Colliery, Newcastle  DT.SC/194/2  1880

1 parchment

Ormston, Dobson and Co  [no ref. or date]

Partnership agreement between John Ormston and John Tweddle Dobson, both of Newcastle, to carry on the business of wharfinger and ship and insurance broker trading as Ormston, Dobson and Co  DT.SC/195  1 February 1855

1 parchment

William Patterson's Trustees  [no ref. or date]

Balance sheet, capital account, income account and beneficiaries' accounts of the Trust Estate of William Patterson of Thorneyholme, Blaydon, ironfounder, deceased  DT.SC/196  21 December 1908

1 file

Robert Pattinson and Sons  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newcastle, tanners and leather manufacturers.

Probate of the will of Robert Pattinson of Newcastle, tanner  DT.SC/197  1 August 1857

1 parchment

Partnership deeds of the Company  DT.SC/198  [n.d.]

[no title]  DT.SC/198/1  29 June 1866

1 parchment

[no title]  DT.SC/198/2  6 June 1871

1 file

[no title]  DT.SC/198/3  1 July 1874

1 file

[no title]  DT.SC/198/4  5 August 1879

1 parchment

Marriage settlement of Jesse Nanson Taylor Pattinson of Leeds, Yorkshire, commercial traveller and Jessie Turnbull of Whitley, spinster  DT.SC/199  10 September 1887

1 parchment

Matthew Plummer  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Sheriff Hill House, Gateshead, Insurance broker.

Deeds of Sheriff Hill House, Gateshead Fell  DT.SC/200/1-14  30 September 1774 - 26 December 1822

1 parchment, 10 papers, 3 files

Lease  DT.SC/201  29 December 1824

1 parchment

Contents:
Part of a lease and release, by Sir Henry Lawson of Brough Hall, Yorkshire, baronet, Thomas Gibson of Newcastle, esquire, George Townsend Fox of South Shields, ropemaker, Nicholas Fairless of South Shields, esquire, John Russell of Heworth, esquire, John Watson of Willington Quay, gentleman and William Row, shipbuilder and William Row the younger, gentleman, both of St Peter's Quay, to Edward Wildes of Chancery Lane, London, gentleman of a quay with a bottlehouse, warehouses and workmen's houses at St Peter's Quay containing 1a 25p and 3a 1r 24p of land on the north side of Bottle House Quay extending to the south side of West Bank Field.
Also West Bank Field, St Peter's

Declaration of Trust relating to the marriage settlement of Mary Spencer of Sheriff Hill House, spinster and Robert Plummer of Sheriff Hill House, gentleman  DT.SC/202  7 June 1830

1 parchment

Edward John Collingwood v Robert, Matthew and Mary Plummer  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The following documents were all produced in evidence in this case, 1861 - 1864

Probate of the will of James Bainbridge of Lumley Thicks, Co Durham, esquire  DT.SC/203  22 February 1854

1 parchment

Deeds and papers relating to mortgage by Matthew Plummer to Sir John Fife of Newcastle, surgeon, John Brown of Newcastle, gentleman and William Fife of Rothbury, Northumberland, gentleman, of Sheriff Hill House, Gateshead and property as described in DT/SC/201  DT.SC/204/1-6  1850 - 1 August 1859

3 parchments, 1 paper, 2 files

Sheriff Hill and St Peter's properties  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Jane Bainbridge of Lumley Thicks, Co Durham, spinster  DT.SC/205  28 January 1863

1 parchment

Joseph Davison, auctioneer, 72 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle, auction poster for  DT.SC/206  16 September 1867

1 printed paper

Contents:
Black of properly on the east side of Sandhill, Newcastle, frontage 41 ft 10ins including a beer shop and yard, fruiterers, barbers with 3 warerooms and a small warehouse, 7 flats and a large warehouse
2¾a Grassland at Sheriff Hill, Gateshead Fell adjoining Sheriff Hill Cottage
6, Lovaine Place, Newcastle
1-6, Stanley Street, St Peters
17, Somerset Terrace, Elswick
House in George Road, Elswick
2 Leaseshold houses, Pottery Bank, St Anthonys

St Peters, plan of streets and building sites in West Banks Field, including sections along Byker Lane and the east side of West Banks Field, by Septimus Oswald, architect and survey, Newcastle. Streets are: Stanley Street, Watson Street, Fife Street and Gibson Street  DT.SC/207  20 April 1869

Contents:
Scales: horizontal: 1in = 40ft [1:480]; vertical: 1in = 20ft [1:240]

Miss H E A Polglase  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of 144, Rye Hill, Elswick formerly 3-4 Elswick High Terrace.  DT.SC/208/1-14  8 February 1842 - 10 June 1922

8 parchments, 5 files, 1 printed booklet

Contents:
DT/SC/208/6-7 include a messuage and yard on the east side of Higham Place, Newcastle.
Includes Rules of Second Tyneside and Northern Direct Permanent Benefit Building Society, 1 Newgate Street, Newcastle, 1889 (DT/SC/208/12)

Jacob Potts  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Jacob Potts of Gateshead, spirit merchant and agent  DT.SC/209  24 March 1838

1 parchment

William Potts  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of William Potts of Benwell Boat House, Yeoman  DT.SC/210  26 August 1830

1 parchment

Joseph Raine  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of copyhold cottages in Benwell called Reeds Onsett, formerly part of Reeds Farm  DT.SC/211/1-7  30 April 1729 - 1824

6 parchments, 1 file

Deeds of the Black Horse public house, Benwell and adjoining copyhold property comprising that described in DT/SC/211/1-7 on west and a stable and half a garth on the east  DT.SC/212/1-4  10 July 1773 - 1 May 1820

2 papers, 2 files

Benwell, plan of 2 lots of property comprising Lot 1: malting and dwelling house and 2 pieces of garden; Lot 2: dwelling house fronting Benwell village, 2 cottages behind, a stable, butcher's shop and 320 sq yds garden  DT.SC/213  1844

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 16ft [1:192]

Richard Ramsey  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of Richard Ramsey of Eldon Street, South Shields, moulder  DT.SC/214  20 October 1866

1 parchment

Reavely family of Newcastle  [no ref. or date]

Marriage settlement of Thomas Reavely of Newcastle, merchant and Ann Wilson Sands of Kenton, spinster  DT.SC/215  14 October 1828

1 parchment

Settlement of the estate of Ann Sands of Newcastle, Widow, 10 December 1842; Endorsed: Appointment by Thomas Reavely under the terms of the settlement  DT.SC/216  14 January 1871

1 parchment

Settlement by Thomas Reavely of his shares in Northumberland and Durham District Banking Co, 2 January 1845; Endorsed: Appointment by Thomas Reavely under the terms of the settlement  DT.SC/217  19 March 1872

1 parchment

Settlement of Isabella and Mary Reavely of Newcastle, spinster, of property in Saville Court, Newcastle  DT.SC/218  28 November 1850

1 parchment

Marriage settlement and supplement of George Tyndall of Tours, France, civil engineer and Anne Frances Reavely of Newcastle, spinster  DT.SC/219/1-2  29 September - 17 November 1855

2 parchments

Deed of appointment under the terms of his marriage settlement by George Tyndall  DT.SC/220  16 March 1894

1 parchment

Family settlement amongst the children of George and Anne Frances Tyndall  DT.SC/221  7 May 1894

1 paper

John Reed  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of John Reed of Stamfordham Place, Newcastle, gentleman  DT.SC/222  17 July 1866

1 parchment

Thomas Reed  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Dockwray Square, North Shields, solicitor and notary public.

Deeds of a messuage, yard and stable on the east side of Dockwray Square, North Shields bounded by Beacon Street on east  DT.SC/223/1-2  7 November 1800 - 7 July 1858

2 parchments

Conveyance of shares in pieces of ground on the west side at the south end of Howard Street, North Shields and the library built on it  DT.SC/224  15 November 1847

1 parchment

Reed and Co  [no ref. or date]

Partnership agreement to carry on business as glass merchant at Newcastle trading as Reed and Co  DT.SC/225  11 October 1858

1 parchment

Benjamin Richardson  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Benjamin Richardson of Low Walker, butcher  DT.SC/226  11 October 1859

1 parchment

Riding Mill Estate Co Ltd  [no ref. or date]

Plans of Riding Mill building estate, Ryton  DT.SC/227  [n.d.]

High Plains, Oaklands, Broomhaugh High Fields and The Mill. Includes tenants' names, acreages and field names.  DT.SC/227/1  nd [1890's]

1 plan

Contents:
No scale

Building sites, by John M Clark, land agent and surveyor, Haltwhistle, Northumberland  DT.SC/227/2  13 September 1906

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 80ft [1:9601]

Sketch showing how site no 23 may be laid out, by [John M Clark]  DT.SC/227/3  17 December 1906

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

New 36ft road and Mr Rollins' site, by William Dixon & Son, architect and surveyor, Collingwood Street, Newcastle  DT.SC/227/4  nd [c1906]

1 plan, waxed linen

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 40ft [1:480]

Building sites no 2, showing water main in course of construction, by W Dixon & Son  DT.SC/227/5  nd [c1910]

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1:2500

Copy altered tithe apportionment for Riding Mill, including plan  DT.SC/227/6  18 September 1928

1 file

Contents:
Scale: 1:2500

Proposed alterations and additions to "Oaklands" for E J Dove, esquire. Floor plans, elevations, sections and roof plan, by Newcombe & Newcombe and W Dixon & Son, architects, Newcastle  DT.SC/227/7-12  nd [1920's]

6 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Conveyances by the Company of building plots  DT.SC/228  [n.d.]

To Arthur Andrews of Woodlands, plan endorsed  DT.SC/228/1  1924

1 file

To L N E R (Gosforth) Garden Village Ltd, of part of Long Rigg  DT.SC/228/2  1925

1 file

Robert Robinson's estate  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newcastle, wholesale stationer

Deeds of a piece of ground on west side of Wellington Street, Westoe, formerly part of Shieldshaugh Farm, measuring 34yds east to west and 9yds north to south, bounded by a common passage on north and Masons Lane on south  DT.SC/229/1-2  4 October 1805 - 2 November 1826

2 parchments

Administration with will annexed of the estate of Robert Robinson  DT.SC/230  17 February 1853

1 parchment

Partnership agreements to carry on the business of wholesale stationers at Newcastle trading as Robert Robinson and Co  DT.SC/231  [n.d.]

[no title]  DT.SC/231/1  24 April 1880

1 parchment

[no title]  DT.SC/231/2  31 March 1890

1 parchment

Jonathan Robson  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Gateshead, engineer.

Deeds of the steam vessel Hare of Newcastle, registration no 165, built at Gateshead in 1826  DT.SC/232/1-2  14 May 1831 - 12 May 1834

2 parchments

Apprenticeship indenture, Robert Thornton son of Robert Thornton of Percy Main, overman to Jonathan Robson  DT.SC/233  12 April 1828

1 parchment

Peter Ryder  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of Peter Ryder of Newcastle, labourer  DT.SC/234  14 January 1857

1 parchment

Mary Ryle  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of Mary Ryle of Low Elswick, spinster  DT.SC/235  24 January 1839

1 parchment

St Wilfrid's Mission Church  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Blandford Street, Newcastle. C H Stanton was Honorary Treasurer for several years.

Draft minutes of St Wilfrid's Local Committee  DT.SC/236  21 May 1885, 27 November 1894 - 31 May 1899

1 booklet

Reports and statements of account  DT.SC/237  [n.d.]

Reports and statements of account  DT.SC/237/1-2  1 February 1885 - 6 February 1886

2 printed papers

Reports and statements of account  DT.SC/237/3  6 February 1888 - 3 February 1889

1 printed paper

Reports and statements of account  DT.SC/237/4  4 February 1889 - [April] 1890

1 printed paper

Reports and statements of account  DT.SC/237/5  1891

1 printed paper

Reports and statements of account  DT.SC/237/6  1892

1 printed booklet

St Matthew's and St Wilfrid's Magazine  DT.SC/238  October 1900

1 printed booklet

Photographs  DT.SC/239  [n.d.]

Exterior  DT.SC/239/1  nd [c1890]

1 photograph

Interior, alter  DT.SC/239/2  nd [c1890]

1 photograph

Sir Walter Scott, baronet; Property development  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newcastle, contractor.

Deeds of a house, stable and front garden and 3 closes (formerly one close) called Cramer Dykes, Gateshead on the west side of the turnpike road leading from Gateshead to Durham, containing 7½a. Marginal plans  DT.SC/240/1-7  5 July 1799 - 1 September 1868

2 parchments, 2 papers, 2 files, 1 waxed linen plan

Gateshead, plan of building ground at Cramer Dykes by Matthew Thompson, architect, 5 Eldon Square, Newcastle  DT.SC/241  1868

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 40ft [1:480]

Deeds of 2 semi-detached houses called "Briarwood" erected on a plot of land on the north side of Jesmond Road. Plan endorsed. Includes plans of proposed alterations  DT.SC/242/1-2  30 April 1878 - 28 June 1881

2 parchments

Agreement between Walter Scott and the owners of houses on the north side of Clifton Road, Newcastle concerning liability to repair part of the road which has fallen into East Quarry. Marginal plan  DT.SC/243  29 January 1880

1 paper

Sale agreement relating to 4913 sq yds of land at North Elswick, bounded by Nuns Moor on north and Gloucester House on west. Includes plan  DT.SC/244  11 December 1882

1 file

Deeds of 2 closes at North Elswick called North East Gills Moor containing 6a 3r 28p and South East Gills Moor containing 7a 3r 11p. Also 6a 10p of land, part of Mill Close, adjoining South East Gills Moor on the south side. Includes plans  DT.SC/245/1-4  6 November 1820 - 13 November 1878

4 parchments

Newcastle, plan of a freehold building estate, North Elswick, belongiong to the Lands Allotment Co Ltd, by George and Taylor, estate agents and surveyors, 83 Westgate Road, Newcastle  DT.SC/246  1882

1 file

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 100ft [1:1200]
Streets are: Dilston Road, Croydon Road, Tamworth Road, Stanhope Street, Wellesley Terrace, Chelsea Grove and Bishops Avenue

Agreement concerning the division of sale proceeds for building land in Northcote Street, Westgate, Newcastle. Includes plan  DT.SC/247  11 April 1889

1 plan

Deeds of Heaton Junction Estate comprising  DT.SC/248/1-6  21 February 1866 - 1904

3 parchments, 3 files

Contents:
A piece of land bounded by Algernon Street (formerly Harrison Street) on west, Tynemouth Road on south and North Eastern Railway on north.
Also 4a 24p land near Byker Hill bounded by Newcastle and North Shields branch of North Eastern Railway on north, Newcastle and North Shields turnpike road on south and Chillingham Road on east.
Also 306 sq yds of land and a cottage on north side of the Newcastle to North Shields turnpike road.
Also freehold property in Heaton Park Road, 3r 7p land part of South Close and 1a 3r 35p land in Avenue Close. Plans included

Newcastle, plan of building sites, Heaton Junction Estate, by William Glover, architect, 16 Market Street, Newcastle  DT.SC/249  12 August 1889

1 printed plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 40ft [1:480]

Whitley, site plan and key plan of Whitley Park Estate showing freehold building sites  DT.SC/250  1895

1 printed plan

Contents:
Scales: 3ins = 200ft [1:800] and 1in = 800ft [1:9600] by William Glover

Gateshead, plan of building land at Felling Gate  DT.SC/251  nd [c1910]

1 plan, waxed linen

Contents:
Scale: 1:500
Streets are: Tulip Street, Asher Street, Oban Street, Sunderland Road, Fox Street and Bowman Street

Contracts for building work to be carried out by Walter Scott  DT.SC/252  [n.d.]

Bridge over the river Wear in Lambton Park, Co Durham for the Earl of Durham, with plans  DT.SC/252/1-2  4 August - 14 September 1887

1 file, 1 plan

Block of buildings intended as business premises at the junction of City Road and Melbourne Street, Newcastle, for Susanna Gibson of Newcastle, widow  DT.SC/252/3  6 July 1889

1 file

Graving Dock, no 2 dock at Blyth, Northumberland for Blyth Ship Building Co Ltd  DT.SC/252/4  27 January 1892

1 file

Brickmaking  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence between Walter Scott, Victoria Buildings, Grainger Street, Newcastle and I C Johnson and Co, cement makers, Gateshead, concerning the termination of Scott's lease of Teams Brick Works. Includes statement of bricks manufactured 1877 - 1887 and memorandum concerning rents and royalties over the same period  DT.SC/253  13 December 1878 - 24 April 1888

8 papers

Elswick, plan of St Ann's Brick Field lying between Elswick Road on the west, St Anne's churchyard on south, North Eastern Railway on east and Stepney Bank on north. Shows eastern boundary of Walter Scott's lease.  DT.SC/254  nd [1880's]

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1½ins = 100ft [1:800]

Wallsend Chemical Co  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Formerly J & W Allen Ltd of Wallsend.

Partnership agreements  DT.SC/255  [n.d.]

Partnership agreements  DT.SC/255/1  13 September 1883

1 file

Partnership agreements  DT.SC/255/2  13 September 1886

1 file

Notice of the retirement of John Spencer of Newcastle, merchant, from the business  DT.SC/256  13 September 1886

1 paper

Assignment by John Spencer to his former partners of his share of the Company  DT.SC/257  2 May 1887

1 file

Agreement for sale by Walter Scott and Joseph Edward Lee of Newcastle to United Alkali Co Ltd of the Wallsend Chemical Co  DT.SC/258  4 March 1891

1 file

Tyne Brass and Copper Tube Manufacturing Co Ltd  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Later became Jarrow Forge and Engineering Co Ltd.

Memorandum and Articles of Association  DT.SC/259  27 June 1899

1 printed booklet

Copy deeds of 2a of land at Jarrow with a chimney on the south-east corner, and its appropriate portion of the foreshore, bounded by river Tyne on north and Curlew Road on south  DT.SC/260/1-5  2 March 1883 - 16 September 1899

5 files

Patent no 8393/03, "Improvements in the manufacture of brass tubes" with specification and assignment of patent by the Company and Frederick Herbert Terry, managing director, to Walter Scott  DT.SC/261/1-3  11 April 1903 - 16 January 1904

3 papers

Agreement for the sale of the Company to Broughton Copper Co Ltd, Lower Broughton, Salford Lancashire  DT.SC/262  1 May 1912

1 file

Norwegian mining rights  [no ref. or date]

Papers relating to Walter Scott's purchase from William Steanies Vaughan of Newcastle, manufacturer, of licences to mine iron ore over the farms of Fuglestrand and Skravelaa on the Elfsfjord, Nordland, Norway. Includes Vaughan's purchase agreement from Ole Johannesen of Christiana [Oslo], Norway, correspondence, and notes on Norwegian mining law  DT.SC/263  6 July - 3 September 1894

2 papers, 1 file

Disputes  [no ref. or date]

Papers relating to the case of Walter Scott, plantiff v William Rochester Pape, defendant, concerning ancient lights belonging to the plantiff's block of buildings on Grainger Street, Newcastle backing on to Denton Yard  DT.SC/264  1883 - 1885

Brief for the plantiff  DT.SC/264/1  nd [1883]

1 file

Plantiff's statement of claim  DT.SC/264/2  5 November 1883

1 printed paper

Notes of evidence compiled by the plantiff's solicitors  DT.SC/264/3  nd [1883 - 1884]

1 booklet

Amended defence  DT.SC/264/4  nd [1884]

1 printed booklet

Judgement  DT.SC/264/5  nd [1885]

1 printed paper

Copy draft agreement between Scott and Pape concerning the height and pitch of rooves of Pape's new buildings on the east side of Denton Yard. Plan attached  DT.SC/264/6  16 October 1886

1 file

Plans  DT.SC/264/7-19  nd [1883 - 1885]

13 plans, waxed linen

Award of arbitrator, Joseph Oswald of Newcastle, architect and surveyor, in the dispute between Walter Scott and County Hotel Ltd about Scott's renumeration for alterations to the County Hotel, Neville Street, Newcastle  DT.SC/265  11 December 1903

1 file

Family papers  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of a house and yard containing 90½ sq yds at Coxlodge, conveyed by Walter Scott to his son, Walter Scott, Marginal plan  DT.SC/266/1-2  9 November 1854 - 20 January 1879

1 parchment, 1 file

Settlements by Walter Scott, conveying to trustees various investments for the benefit of his children, each with declaration of revocation  DT.SC/267/1-6  14 January 1899 - 13 March 1905

6 parchments

John Shields  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of 2 messuages, one with a cellar and room above it, on the north side of Dog Bank [Silver Street], Newcastle, bounded by All Hallows [All Saints] churchyard on north, High Street [Pilgrim Street] on west and property of Julian Gibson, widow on east  DT.SC/268/1-13  12 November 1711 - 1 May 1826

10 parchments, 3 files

Alexander Simpson  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of the estate of Alexander Simpson of Newcastle, publican  DT.SC/269  1 October 1853

1 parchment

Edward Smith's estate  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Edward Smith of 27 Park Avenue, Whitley, retired paper manufacturer  DT.SC/270  21 January 1901

1 file

Copy will of George Smith of Chapel Terrace, The Deans, South Shields, ironfounder  DT.SC/271  26 January 1897

1 file

Certified copy will of Thomas Smith of Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa  DT.SC/272  29 June 1901

1 file

Probate of the will of Dixon Smith of 14 Dean Road, South Shields, manager  DT.SC/273  15 September 1913

1 booklet

Probate of the will of Mary Ann Smith of 14 Dean Road, South Shields, widow  DT.SC/274  14 September 1920

1 booklet

Particulars of the will of John Edward Smith  DT.SC/275  nd [c1928]

1 paper

Robert Smart  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Scotswood Road, Newcastle, gentleman.

Partnership agreement of the Southwick Bottle Co of Southwick, glass manufacturers  DT.SC/276  31 March 1846

1 parchment

Conveyance of piece of ground in Southwick, formerly part of Starkey's Close, measuring 372ft east to west and 36ft north to south with the glass works of Southwick Bottle Co erected on it, bounded by a road belonging to the Representatives of Thomas Brunton on east, Adelaide Street on the north and other parts of the glassworks on south. Plan endorsed  DT.SC/277  7 August 1847

1 parchment

Mortgage of steam engines, paper machine, drying cylinders, stuff vats, beating engine and chopping machine at the paper mill of Robert Smart and others at Benwell Quay  DT.SC/278  20 February 1855

1 parchment

G D B H Soame's estate  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of property at Cloughton, Yorkshire, comprising house, outbuildings and garth on the east side of the town street; 3½a close on Cloughton Moor on the north side of the main road and 4a turf moor on the west side of the road  DT.SC/279/1-10  12 June [1596] - 5 April 1797

8 parchments, 1 file, 1 paper

Lease of Cinderhill Farm, Harwood Dale, Yorkshire for 7 years  DT.SC/280  21 February 1776

1 paper

Newcastle estate  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of 9a 1r 20p land in St Andrew's parish, Newcastle  DT.SC/281/1-10  30 October [1637] - 4 November 1847

9 parchments, 2 papers

Contents:
Comprising close called Little Breerly Laws and part of the close called Twelve Acres, also closes containing 3a 11p comprising parts of Shevills Close and Barras Bridge Close. All the property was formerly part of Nuns Lands on the north side of Magdalen Dene, and Great Riggs Close.
DT/SC/281/4 also includes Bainbridge Holme, Bishopwearmouth. Plan endorsed on DT/SC/281/10

Abstracts of title to property at Barras Bridge, Newcastle belonging to Thomas Day, Mrs Jane Hood and Mrs Ann Harrison  DT.SC/282  [n.d.]

Reciting deeds  DT.SC/282/1  6 July 1838 - 20 November 1847

1 printed booklet

Reciting deeds  DT.SC/282/2  9 November 1846 - 31 December 1849

1 printed booklet

Reciting deeds  DT.SC/282/3  9 November 1846 - 7 July 1853

1 printed booklet

Reciting deed  DT.SC/282/4  October 1859

1 printed paper

Deeds of a house on south side of Day Terrace, Newcastle [40 Lovaine Place] on a plot contaning 238 sq yds, bounded by Lovaine Terrace on west and a back lane on south  DT.SC/283  26 March 1859 - 10 June 1870

3 parchments

Abstract of title to 7, Hood Street, Newcastle, reciting deeds  DT.SC/284  24 August 1867 - 19 March 1869

1 file

Sale particulars  DT.SC/285  [n.d.]

8 Day Street, Newcastle  DT.SC/285/1  18 August 1858

1 paper

Includes plans.  DT.SC/285/2  31 July 1907

1 printed booklet

Contents:
Auctioneer, E Watson and Sons 28 Brandling Park; 12 Eldon Place; 29 Eldon Street; 5-6 Lovaine Row; 1-6, 19, 42 Lovaine Place; 14 + 16 Lovaine Crescent, 4 + 16 Bolton Terrace; 5 + 21 Alexandra Place and 4 + 11 Nixon Street, Newcastle.
4a Field of grass near Brockley Whins railway station, Hedworth.
Middle Dock Co Ltd Engineering Works site, West Holborn, South Shields, between Penny Pie Stairs and Sculler Stair

Plans by John Wardle, of Wardle & Walker, of 19 Blackett Street, Newcastle, architects and surveyors  DT.SC/286  [n.d.]

Freehold building ground near Barras Bridge, Newcastle belonging to the representatives of the late Joseph Nixon  DT.SC/286/1  1840

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 30ft [1:360]

Building sites, Sandyford Lane, Marianople Street, Alma Street, Day Street, Hood Street, Simpson Street, Nixon Street, Lovaine Place and Lovaine Crescent, Newcastle  DT.SC/286/2  May 1848

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 48ft [1:576]

Building sites, same area as DT/SC/286/2  DT.SC/286/3  1849

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 48ft [1:576]

Building sites, Hood Street, Day Street and Lovaine Place  DT.SC/286/4  nd [1840's]

1 plan

Contents:
No scale

Hood Estate, South Shields  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title to premises in South Shields  DT.SC/287  nd [1794]

1 file

Contents:
[Lower Thames Street, Queen Street, Hill Street and East Holborn] purchased by George Harrison from John Hill, reciting deeds 4 February 1745 - 26 February 1791

Deeds of a leasehold piece of ground in Lower Thames Street, South Shields formerly described as part of Shieldsheugh Farm, on the top of the bank behind the long row of South Shields bounded by a cart road from Shields to Ballast Hills on the west. Plan endorsed on DT/SC/288/4  DT.SC/288/1-4  30 September 1793 - 5 May 1868

4 parchments

Deeds of a leasehold messuage on north side of Queen Street, South Shields, formerly part of Shieldsheugh Farm bounded by a new street on north and a passage on west. Plans included  DT.SC/289/1-3  21 March 1844 - 30 July 1881

3 parchments

Deeds of leasehold property in East Holborn and Hill Street, South Shields  DT.SC/290/1-2  19 - 20 June 1868

2 parchments

Deeds of several houses and shops and waste ground in Hill Street and East Holborn, South Shields  DT.SC/291/1-3  3 February 1794 - 26 February 1814

3 parchments

Deeds of property in East Holborn and Hill Street, South Shields, as leased to Michael Longridge 21 July 1828. Plan endorsed on DT/SC/292/2  DT.SC/292/1-3  25 July 1887 - 9 February 1900

3 parchments

Plans, South Shields  DT.SC/293  [n.d.]

Commercial Hotel, corner of West Holborn and Weetman Street, plan of proposed rebuilding by Thompson and Dunn, of 5, St Nicholas Buildings, Newcastle, architects  DT.SC/293/1-2  12 October 1880

2 plans

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

East Holborn, plans, elevations and sections of proposed alterations for the Trustees of the late G D B H Soame, by W Dixon and Son, architects and surveyors, Newcastle  DT.SC/293/3-6  nd [c1900]

4 plans

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Thomas Day  [no ref. or date]

Letters to Thomas Day, 11 Nixon Street, Newcastle from Captain W H P Hooper abroad Thyatira, and John and Robert Young, agents at Glasgow concerning the voyages of the Thyatira shipping pig iron, coal, coke etc between British ports and ports in Europe and the near east, including Cork, Malta, Constantinople [Istanbul], Odessa and Antwerp  DT.SC/294/1-35  28 July 1851 - 15 October 1853

35 papers

Captain Hooper's account with the owner [Thomas Day] of the brig, Thyatira  DT.SC/295  24 July 1851 - 1 June 1852

1 paper, 1 booklet

James Burchiall of Crookhaven, Cork, Ireland, apprenticeship indenture to Thomas Day, and mariner's register ticket  DT.SC/296  19 June 1852

1 parchment, 1 paper

[Thomas Day's shipping agent's] letter book  DT.SC/297  6 November 1857 - 21 June 1859

1 booklet

Hood and Harrison families  [no ref. or date]

Probates of the wills of  DT.SC/298  [n.d.]

Sarah Jane Harrison of 38 Lovaine Place, Newcastle, spinster  DT.SC/298/1  25 November 1869

1 parchment

George Harrison of Lovaine Terrace, Newcastle, gentleman  DT.SC/298/2  2 November 1872

1 parchment

Mrs Jane Hood of Lovaine Place, Newcastle, widow of George Hood  DT.SC/298/3  3 August 1876

1 parchment

Marriage settlement of Jane Ann Hood of Saville Row, Newcastle, spinster and John Storey of Pilgrim Street, Newcastle, artist  DT.SC/299  30 June 1879

1 parchment

Thomas Sowler's Trustees  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Thomas Sowler of Sunderland, innkeeper  DT.SC/300  4 September 1874

1 parchment

Lease of Windsor Castle beerhouse, Zetland Street, Monkwearmouth Shore, for 34 years  DT.SC/301  23 November 1876

1 paper

Account of the Trustees with the beneficiaries under Thomas Sowler's will  DT.SC/302  27 April 1908

1 paper

Mrs Mary Spence's estate  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title to a messuage, bakehouse, yard and joiners shop on the east side of Silver Street, Sunderland measuring 29½ft north to south on the west side and 47ft 4ins on east side, and east to west on north side 72ft and 26ft on south side, reciting deeds  DT.SC/303  7 January 1695 - 6 November 1817

1 file

Stephenson Family, Robert Stephenson and Co.  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Stephenson Family of Newcastle and Great George Street, Westminster, engineers. Robert Stephenson and Co of South Street, Newcastle, engine manufacturers.

Partnership agreements  DT.SC/304  [n.d.]

Partnership agreements  DT.SC/304/1  13 April 1859

1 parchment

Partnership agreements  DT.SC/304/2  19 June 1863

1 parchment

Deeds of engine manufactory of Robert Stephenson and Co comprising pieces of land in Sussex Street, South Street, Regent Street, Forth Street, and Orchard Street, all formerly part of White Friars Close, Newcastle. Plans included  DT.SC/305/1-15  19 July 1816 - 1 May 1883

4 files, 11 parchments

Plans  DT.SC/306  [n.d.]

Newcastle, South Street. Plan of a manufactory and premises surveyed by Thomas Bell  DT.SC/306/1  January 1837

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 32ft [1:384]

Newcastle, property between South Street and the north side of Hanover Street and Occupation Road. "Plan shewing the premises demised and shewing the several approaches to the premises demised" by Thomas Bell and Sons, surveyors  DT.SC/306/2  March 1847

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 16ft [1:192]

Newcastle, Sussex Street, plan of premises purchased from R & W Hawthorn  DT.SC/306/3  January 1858

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 20ft [1:240]

Newcastle [Virgin Mary Hospital, White Friar] Estate plan showing property occupied by Robert Stephenson & Co  DT.SC/306/4  nd [1860's]

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 25ft [1:300]

Contract for Charles Jackson of Newcastle, contractor to erect buildings at the Company's Hebburn works  DT.SC/307  10 May 1887

1 file

Papers relating to William Weallens of Ashfield House, Newcastle, civil engineer, employee of the Company  DT.SC/308  [n.d.]

Patent for improvements in steam engines and boilers and in propelling and steering vessels  DT.SC/308/1  27 February 1861

1 parchment, great seal pendant

Letters of administration of William Weallens  DT.SC/308/2  7 January 1863

1 parchment

Assignment by Thomas Mordue of Newcastle, marine draughtsman to the Company, of his patent for improvements in steam boilers for marine engines  DT.SC/309  5 November 1868

1 parchment

Papers relating to the case of the Company, plaintiffs v Charles Mitchell and Co, defendant concerning money owed to the plaintiffs by the defendant for engines and machine parts for 3 Indian River Steamers, including evidence (no's 1-9) and court papers, (no's 10-11)  DT.SC/310  [n.d.]

Specification of two pair of Rowans Patent Engines with feathering paddle wheels and steel boilers  DT.SC/310/1  nd [1860]

4 papers

Invoices  DT.SC/310/2  20 October 1859 - 24 November 1862

25 papers

Copy contract between C Mitchell & Co and The River Steamer Co Ltd of London for engines and boilers  DT.SC/310/3  12 June 1860

1 file

Copy correspondence  DT.SC/310/4  27 March 1860 - 18 December 1862

1 file

Copy account of transactions between plaintiffs and defendant  DT.SC/310/5  30 June 1860 - 19 December 1862

1 paper

Copy letter from Arthur Shanks and B C Crawford at Ghaasery near Hawiah, Calcutta, India, to Mr Wallace, describing the trials of the boilers  DT.SC/310/6  21 February 1862

8 papers

Report of J Wallace concerning the delay in building machinery for the River Steamer Co  DT.SC/310/7  11 November 1865

9 papers

Engineering, volume IV, no 104, containing an article about Rowans marine engines  DT.SC/310/8  27 December 1867

1 printed booklet

Arbitration award concerning the defendant's late delivery of an iron paddle steam ship to the Australian Steam Navigation Co  DT.SC/310/9  14 March 1861

1 paper

Copy brief for the plaintiff  DT.SC/310/10  nd [1863]

1 file

Record  DT.SC/310/11  19 January - 22 June 1863

1 file

Papers relating to a dispute between the Company and A Leslie and Co concerning a pair of feathering paddle wheels for the SS Duchess of Sutherland  DT.SC/311  [n.d.]

Case for Counsel's opinion  DT.SC/311/1  1871

1 file

Copy correspondence  DT.SC/311/2  31 March 1868 - 6 November 1871

1 file

Copy agreement to refer the dispute to arbitration  DT.SC/311/3  26 January 1872

1 paper

Papers relating to the case of A Leslie and Co, plaintiffs v the Company, defendants, an action for damage due to the Company's alleged bad workmanship on the engines of the SS Sirius, including evidence (no's 1-6) and court papers (no's 7-8)  DT.SC/312  [n.d.]

Copy correspondence  DT.SC/312/1  1 December 1868 - 13 October 1871

1 file

Copy specifications for high and low pressure marine engines  DT.SC/312/2-3  11 December 1868 - 8 May 1869

2 files

Extracts from the diary of Mr T Mordue, principal marine draughtsman, respecting the engines of steam ships Sirius, Bield, Arcturus and Olbers  DT.SC/312/4  30 November 1868 - 13 February 1871

1 file

Survey report on engine and shaft of SS Sirius by Mr Hide, chief engineer, Government Dockyard, Kidderpore, India  DT.SC/312/5  24 May 1870

1 file

Copy correspondence re tender for repairs to SS Sirius  DT.SC/312/6  13-14 May 1870

1 file

Case for the defendants, and Counsel's opinion  DT.SC/312/7  1 November 1871

1 file

Agreement to settle the case  DT.SC/312/8  24 January 1872

1 paper

Papers relating to a dispute between the Company and A Leslie and Co concerning liability for the accident to the cylinder of SS Princess of Wales at Belfast Lough in July 1869  DT.SC/313  [n.d.]

Case for Counsel's opinion  DT.SC/313/1  1871

1 file

Copy correspondence, specification and contract  DT.SC/313/2  1869 - 13 December 1870

1 file, 39 papers

Copy agreement between North Lancashire Steam Navigation Co and A Leslie and Co for an iron paddle wheel steamer  DT.SC/313/3  24 May 1869

1 file

Plans of cylinder for SS Princess of Wales' engines  DT.SC/313/4  8 August 1870

1 plan

Contents:
No scale

Papers relating to the case of Thomas Adams, plaintiff v the Company, defendants concerning the plaintiff's claim for royalties in respect of safety valves patented by him  DT.SC/314  [n.d.]

Case for Counsel's opinion  DT.SC/314/1  1873

1 file

Copy correspondence  DT.SC/314/2  18 July 1872 - 5 November 1873

1 file, 1 paper

Specification for a goods engine for the North Eastern Railway Locomotive Department, Gateshead, including plans  DT.SC/314/3  February 1873

2 papers

"Stephensons patent Locomotive Engine, North Star", by C F Cheffins, 9 Southampton Buildings, Holborn, London  DT.SC/315  nd [c1860]

1 lithograph

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 1ft [1:12]

Snibstone Colliery Co  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Snibstone, Leicestershire

Copy partnership deeds  DT.SC/316  [n.d.]

Copy partnership deed  DT.SC/316/1  26 July 1832

1 file

Copy partnership deed  DT.SC/316/2  30 December 1859

1 file

Copy partnership deed  DT.SC/316/3  17 May 1870

1 file

Copy partnership deed  DT.SC/316/4  6 December 1870

1 file

Copy of covenant on the admission of Robert Stephenson to the share of the partnership of his deceased father, George Stephenson  DT.SC/317  9 November 1848

1 file

Robert Stephenson  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Great George Street, Westminster, civil engineer.

Mortgage by Nicholas Wood of Hetton le Hole, coal owner to Robert Stephenson, of a share of a plate glass manufactory, pottery and houses at Forth Banks, Newcastle  DT.SC/318  24 June 1848

1 parchment

Copy will  DT.SC/319  13 August 1859

1 file

George Robert Stephenson  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Great George Street, Westminster and Albemarle, Lodge, Wimbledon, Surrey, civil engineer.

Deeds of 24 Great George Street, Westminster, including deeds of the Institute of Civil Engineers built on a piece of ground on the north side of the property  DT.SC/320/1-8  26 December 1866 - 12 August 1868

6 files, 1 parchment, 1 paper

Abstract of a settlement of George Robert Stephenson's estates at Wimbledon Park, Wandsworth; Albemarle Lodge, Northwood, Isle of Wight and Grantham House, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, to provide for his wife and children  DT.SC/321  2 May 1861

1 file

Robert Stephenson  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Wimbledon, Surrey, esquire.

Deeds of Saltwell Hall, Gateshead, including plan  DT.SC/322/1-2  30 October 1861 - 23 June 1871

2 files

Stoker family  [no ref. or date]

Probates of the wills of  DT.SC/323  [n.d.]

George Stoker of Benwell Colliery, offputter  DT.SC/323/1  26 October 1841

1 parchment

Mary Stoker of Newcastle, spinster  DT.SC/323/2  17 December 1868

1 parchment

Jane Stoker of Newcastle, spinster  DT.SC/323/3  22 October 1869

1 parchment

Richard Stott  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Richard Stott of Ouseburn, Newcastle, glassmaker  DT.SC/324  27 May 1822

1 parchment

Aubone Surtees' estate; Pigdon Estate, Mitford, Northumberland  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newcastle, wine merchant

Deeds of Pigdon Estate including the tithes and half the rectory of Mitford and half the tithes of lands in the parish of Mitford  DT.SC/325/1-14  10 September [1560] - 29 February 1860

8 parchments, 6 files

Tithe accounts for Mitford parish  DT.SC/326/1-2  1734-5 2 February 1735

2 papers

Plan of Newton Underwood showing Jobson and Newlands farms and Todd and Waby's farms together with a statement of the acreage in tillage  DT.SC/327  September 1744

1 paper

Contents:
No scale

Thompson's observations on the land in tillage on West Side Farm, Jobson and Newlands' tenants, John Jobson and Jacob Newlands' Farm, William Todd and Henry Wawby's Farm, and Newton Underwood, with acreages of each farm  DT.SC/328  14 May 1745

1 paper

Comparisons by Henry Rawling of acreages of fields as depicted on an old map and on Thompson's map of Newton Underwood and Throstle Fence  DT.SC/329  nd [c1745]

3 papers

Abstract of Sir Benjamin Rawling's letters to his tenants concerning the management of their farms, and the tenants' replies  DT.SC/330  26 January 1744 - 30 March 1745

2 papers

Letter from J W Brougham at [Newcastle] to John Smith, Chancery Lane, London concerning the business affairs of Mr Corney, especially the Newton Estate  DT.SC/331  15 February 1777

1 paper

Sale of particulars of Pigdon Estate, including plan  DT.SC/332  8 October 1819

1 printed booklet

Papers relating to the sale of Pigdon Estate and tithe rent charges on other lands in Mitford parish, including sale particulars with plan, particulars of grassland, receipts from woodland, annual income and expenditure and valuations of the estate and its timber  DT.SC/333  24 June 1861

1 printed booklet, 6 papers

Copy apportionments of rent charges in lieu of tithes for townships in Mitford parish  DT.SC/334  [n.d.]

Benridge  DT.SC/334/1  18 January 1839

1 booklet

Spittle Hill  DT.SC/334/2  18 January 1839

1 booklet

Edington  DT.SC/334/3  11 March 1839

1 booklet

High and Low Highley  DT.SC/334/4  7 July 1839

1 booklet

Pigdon  DT.SC/334/5  23 June 1840

1 booklet

Nun Riding  DT.SC/334/6  5 May 1843

1 booklet

Mitford and Molesden  DT.SC/334/7  25 May 1843

1 booklet

Aubone Surtees of Newcastle, banker and alderman  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of Aubone Surtees  DT.SC/335  15 November 1800

1 parchment

William Surtees  [no ref. or date]

Release of a 7a allotment on Hedley Common [Fell] Northumberland  DT.SC/336  12 May 1785

1 parchment

Hedley and Woodhead, Northumberland. Plan of property of William Surtees, esquire by Robert Snowball. Includes a schedule of fields with acreages and details of land exchanged with the Duke of Northumberland  DT.SC/337  1800

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 4ch [1:792]

Aubone Surtees' Executors  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The executors named in Aubone Surtees' will were his two surviving sons Villiers Charles Villiers Surtees and Honeywood Graham Surtees both of Newcastle, wine merchants.

Settlement including assignment of shares in the wine merchant's business of the late Aubone Surtees  DT.SC/338  17 January 1861

1 parchment

Assignment by Caroline Elizabeth Surtees and Augusta Matilda Surtees of Benridge, Northumberland, spinsters to the executors, of their shares of Aubone Surtees' wine merchant's business  DT.SC/339  4 June 1863

1 parchment

Probates of the wills of  DT.SC/340  [n.d.]

Augusta Matilda Surtees  DT.SC/340/1  30 March 1865

1 parchment

Honeywood Graham Surtees of Chantrey House, Morpeth, Northumberland, wine merchant  DT.SC/340/2  22 April 1876

1 parchment

Caroline Elizabeth Surtees of Morpeth, Northumberland, spinster  DT.SC/340/3  10 April 1889

1 parchment

Villiers Charles Villiers Surtees  [no ref. or date]

Settlement to make provision for Hannah Patterson of Newcastle, spinster and his children by her. Endorsed with revocation of the trust  DT.SC/341  31 December 1873 - 13 August 1877

1 parchment

Partnership agreement between V C V Surtees and William White of Newcastle to carry on business as wine merchants at Newcastle trading as Surtees and Co  DT.SC/342  30 October 1876

1 file

John Fallow Swinburne  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by John Fallow Swinburne of Birtley, brick manufacturer, to the Archbishop of Westminster and others, of land in Birtley (plan attached), in exchange for another parcel of land (plan attached)  DT.SC/395  11 March 1910

1 parchment file

John Taylor  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of South Shields, wine and spirit merchant.

Deeds of the Black Bull Inn on the south side of Bridge Street, Gateshead and the adjoining shop and warehouse, totalling 349 7/9 sq yds  DT.SC/343/1-6  23 May 1850 - 8 November 1898

1 parchment, 1 paper, 4 files

Deeds of 13-14, Albion Terrace, Westoe, alias Victoria Assembly Hall and shops, formerly part of Fowlers Closes  DT.SC/344/1-5  2 December 1839 - 7 January 1902

5 files

Joshua Tetley and Sons Ltd, brewers  [no ref. or date]

Certified copy conveyance by the beneficiaries under the will of William Jackson of Harrogate, Yorkshire, spirit merchant to William Jackson (Sunderland) Ltd, 63 John Street, Sunderland of the following properties (mostly public houses)  DT.SC/345  17 March 1915 - 25 February 1964; 21 May 1968

1 file

Contents:
Alexandra, Dundas Street, Sunderland
Beehive, Hylton Road, Sunderland
Boilermakers Arms, High Street West, Sunderland
Bridge, Sunderland Street and High Street West, Sunderland
British Empire, High Street East, Sunderland
Chichester Arms, Chichester Road, South Shields
Clayton Arms, Clayton Street, Newcastle
Cottage, Hendon Terrace, Sunderland
Criterion, Ocean Road and Fowler Street, South Shields
Golden Eagle, Scotswood Road, Newcastle
Golden Fleece, Cattle Market and Derwent Place, Newcastle
Grand Hotel, Bridge Street and 20 Bedford Street, Sunderland
Grapes and 106-110 (even), Ocean Road, South Shields
Hendon and adjoining shops, Hendon Street, Sunderland
Holy Island Castle, Coronation Street, Sunderland
Hope and Anchor, Shields Road and Headlam Street, Newcastle
Jamaica, High Street East, Sunderland
Kings Arms, Hanover Place, Sunderland
Lambton Arms, Crowtree Road, Sunderland
Market, Market Place and Dean Street, South Shields
Nutwith, Coronation [...] and Upper Sans Street, Sunderland
Old Highlander, King Street, South Shields
Parade, Parade and Vane Terrace, Sunderland
Phoenix Hotel, 21 Chester Road, Sunderland
Prospect Hotel, Prospect Row and Hartley Street and land adjoining, Sunderland
Railway, Coronation Street, South Shields
Salutation, Hendon Road and Nicholson Street, Sunderland
Tyne Dock, West Holborn, South Shields
Warehouse, 9 Back Bridge Street, Sunderland
Warehouse, Pann Lane, Sunderland
Wheat Sheaf, Johnson Street and Railway Row, Sunderland
31 December 1914
Also memoranda endorsed recording conveyances and covenants for production of deeds for various of the above premises.

Thompson and Dunn  [no ref. or date]

Partnership agreement between Matthew Thompson and William Henry Dunn to carry on business as architects and land surveyors at 18 Eldon Square, Newcastle, trading as Thompson and Dunn  DT.SC/346  8 December 1873

1 parchment

Thompson Engineering Co Ltd  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Haddricks Mill Bridge, South Gosforth.

Plans of Thompson Rotary Dryer, patentee John Thompson of 8 Rows Terrace, South Gosforth and manufactured by Thompson Engineering Co Ltd  DT.SC/347/1-4  [n.d.]

As patented, plans and sections  DT.SC/347/1-4/1  nd [early 1920's]

1 blueprint

Contents:
Scale: ¾in = 1ft [1:16]

Final arrangements, plan and sectional elevation of a dryer for Alston Limestone Co Ltd crushing and tar macadam plant at Hexham, Northumberland  DT.SC/347/1-4/2-4  20-23 February 1924

3 blueprints

Contents:
Scales: ½in = 1ft [1:24] and 3/8in = 1ft [1:32]

John Tyzack  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newcastle, veterinary surgeon

Deeds of 17 - 20 High Claremont Place, Newcastle formerly described as a garden near Castle Leazes and 2 adjoining messuages with outbuildings bounded by the Town Moor on north-east and road dividing the property from Castle Leazes on south-west  DT.SC/348/1-13  17 December 1817 - 4 February 1863

10 parchments, 2 files, 1 paper

Edward Watson's Trustees  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Edward Watson was a butcher from Willington Quay.

Deeds of 23/24 Potter Street, Willington Quay, including plan  DT.SC/349/1-2  5 February 1862 - 11 November 1925

1 file, 1 parchment

Deeds of 135 sq yds of land at Willington Quay with a house, shop and slaughterhouse on it  DT.SC/350/1-6  8 June 1863 - 23 December 1912

3 parchments, 3 files

John Weighman  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
John Weighman was the purchaser of the Chapel Terrace tenements.

Sale particulars and conditions of sale for the following properties  DT.SC/351  20 December 1881

1 printed paper

Contents:
262 Westgate Road, Newcastle
118-122 (even), Blenheim Street, Newcastle
246 and 248, High Street, Gateshead
1, 8 and 13, Jackson Street, Gateshead with stables and workshops behind
Half of 15, Jackson Street, Gateshead
Scotswood House and 4,508 sq yds grass field between Scotswood House grounds and main road
Block of tenements, Victoria Terrace, Scotswood
Block of tenements, Chapel Terrace, Scotswood
Sold by Robert Mack, of 47 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle, auctioneer

West Denton Colliery Co Ltd  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Scotswood.

Statements of account for the years ended  DT.SC/352  [n.d.]

Statement of account  DT.SC/352/1  31 March 1915

1 paper

Includes report of Directors to the Annual General Meeting  DT.SC/352/2-3  31 March 1916

1 file, 1 paper

Balance sheet only  DT.SC/352/4  30 September 1926

1 paper

Statement of the position and prospects of the Company  DT.SC/353  nd [1912]

5 papers

Copy report from J E Riddle, manager of West Denton Colliery to the Directors of the Company concerning the future development of the colliery  DT.SC/354  7 August 1913

1 file

Copy report on West Denton Colliery by Edward Summerside, manager, to James Heslop, 18 Grainger Street, Newcastle  DT.SC/355  15 March 1916

1 file

Draft lease by the Trustees of the will of Henry, Baron Rokeby to the Company, of coal mines under part of the Sugley Estate, plan attached  DT.SC/356  1916

1 file

Deed of covenant setting out the terms under which the Company will surrender its lease of coal mines under 152a of land in West Denton lying to the south or east of the 90 Fathom Dyke (West Denton Royalty] Plan attached  DT.SC/357  1924

1 file

Correspondence between J E Riddle and Arthur L Bird, Victoria Buildings, Newcastle, giving weekly reports and receiving comments and instructions. Includes weekly cost and output sheets  DT.SC/358  21 September 1914 - 3 March 1917

149 papers

Plans  DT.SC/359  [n.d.]

Derwent Colliery, steel head gear and shaft framing by F Turnbull and Co, engineers, Heaton  DT.SC/359/1  October 1907

1 blueprint

Contents:
Scale: ¼ in = 1ft [1:48]

West Denton Colliery, workings in the Tilley Seam  DT.SC/359/2  nd [1924]

1 plan, waxed linen

Contents:
Scale = 1:2500

The London Gazette, containing copy special resolution and notice to creditors of the Company concerning its liquidation  DT.SC/360  11 November 1927

1 printed booklet

Wilkinson and Simpson Ltd  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newgate Street, Newcastle, wholesale druggists.

Deeds of 24 (formerly 2), 30, 32 and 34, Newgate Street, Newcastle, including a portion of Jackson's Court. Plans included  DT.SC/361/1-8  19 March 1825 - 29 October 1897

6 parchments, 1 file, 1 paper

John Cowie Williamson  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of John Cowie Williamson of Cottingham, Yorkshire, merchant  DT.SC/362  18 June 1861

1 parchment

John Wilson  [no ref. or date]

Probate of the will of John Wilson of Gateshead, innkeeper  DT.SC/363  17 September 1870

1 parchment

Winlo and Robson  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Dunston, timber merchants.

Articles of partnership between Henry Winlo, Thomas Forster and George Robson  DT.SC/364  24 March 1832

1 parchment

Deed of dissolution of partnership and assignment of shares between Winlo and Robson and Thomas Forster  DT.SC/365  3 May 1833

1 parchment

Deed of dissolution of partnership and assignment of shares between George Robson and Henry Winlo  DT.SC/366  16 April 1834

1 parchment

Robert Wooster  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Gallowgate, Newcastle, cabinet maker.

Certificate of admission to the Northern Counties Lodge of Freemasons  DT.SC/367  6 June 1863

1 parchment

Certificate of advancement to Mark Master in the Northumberland and Berwick Lodge of the Grand Lodge of Mark Masters  DT.SC/368  24 August 1863

1 parchment

Ralph Wylam  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Newcastle, spirit merchant.

Assignment by Ralph Wylam to William Wylam, his partner, of his share in their wine and spirit business in trust to settle debts  DT.SC/369  12 September 1851

1 parchment

Wylams Steam Fuel Co  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Later, Wylams Patent Fuel Manufacturers, South Shore, Gateshead.

Deeds of glasshouse, warehouse, messuage, wharf, 3 closes of meadow and pasture and ballast hills at Salt Meadows, Gateshead together with the lane from the grounds of Cuthbert Ellison esquire to the river Tyne. Marginal plan in 370/1  DT.SC/370/1-2  24 June 1824 - 7 March 1825

2 parchments

Plans of Saltmeadows, Gateshead  DT.SC/371  [n.d.]

"Road leading from Gateshead and Oakwellgate to the Raffyards, Landings etc on the south shore, and to the Ballast Quays etc on the Salt Meadows."  DT.SC/371/1  nd [c1820]

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 4ch [1:1056]

"Glass house and gardens leased to Mr Ridley."  DT.SC/371/2  1 February 1841

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 6ins = 400ft [1:800]

Yellowley and Daglish  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Of Pilgrim Street, Newcastle, grocers.

Articles of partnership between Henry Yellowley and William Daglish  DT.SC/372  6 May 1856

1 file

Agreement for sale by Henry Yellowley to William Daglish of his share of their business  DT.SC/373  6 May 1856

1 paper

Property Deeds  [no ref. or date]

Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically by place.


Contents:
The identities of clients are unknown.

Elswick  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of all the manor and lordship of Elswick lying on the north side of the turnpike road from Newcastle to Scotswood, and west of Elswick Dean, including Elswick House but excluding 1 close containing 6a or 20p, reciting, deeds, 10 November 1742 - 29 January 1838  DT.SC/374  nd [c1840]

1 file

Gosforth  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of a piece of land on the north side of Station Road, Gosforth, bounded by a back street on the north, and a new street on the east. Plan included  DT.SC/375/1-2  13 September 1906

1 parchment, 1 file

Newcastle  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of the Marquis of Granby (formerly the Duke of Cumberland) public house, Dog Bank, Newcastle  DT.SC/376/1-7  2 June 1810 - 1876

3 parchments, 4 files

Will of John Harrison of Newcastle, baker and brewer, relating to property in Plummers Chair, Newcastle  DT.SC/377  7 April 1703

1 parchment

Plans  [no ref. or date]

Archival history:
Plans deposited with the solicitors by clients who have not been identified.

Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically by place.


Benwell, plan of freehold building sites for sale, Benwell Grove Estate  DT.SC/378  nd [1890's]

1 printed plan

Contents:
Scale: 1:800
Streets are Barnsbury, Fairholm Road, Ladykirk Road, Hampstead Road, Ellesmere Road, Farndale Road, Wellfield Road

Eighton Banks, plans of lots 1-9 on the east side of the turnpike from Newcastle to Durham and on the west side of the road from Mount Pleasant to the turnpike.  DT.SC/379  nd [1840's]

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 30ft [1:360]

Heaton, plan referred to in unidentified conditions of sale of lots 1-4, property lying between the road from Newcastle to North Shields on north, Heaton Waggonway on south, Mr Eltringham's property on west and Mr Thompson's property on east. Lot 3 is highlighted  DT.SC/380  29 January 1834

1 parchment plan

Contents:
No scale

Hebburn, section of Tyne Coal Company's branch line and section of ground for proposed branch line for Macintyre and Co Ltd by [George] West of Hebburn.  DT.SC/381  June 1886

1 plan

Contents:
Scales: horizontal: 1in = 100ft [1:1200]; vertical: 1in = 10ft [1: 120]

Newcastle, Blackett Street/Grey Street. Plans of alterations to the Eldon Arms for Farquar Milne Laing, wine and spirit merchant of 21 Grainger Street, Newcastle, by Montgomery & Carr, architects, 42 Grainger Street, Newcastle. Show the building at various stages following a series of alterations some of which were approved by Newcastle Town Improvement Committee and some disapproved.  DT.SC/382/1-19  29 September 1887 - 10 February 1898

19 plans

Contents:
Scales: 1in = 8ft [1:96] and ½in = 1ft [1:24]

Newcastle, Black Gate. Floor and roof plans, longitudinal section and front elevation of warehouses and office for Turners Trustees by Eugene and Clephan, architects and surveyors, Stockton on Tees.  DT.SC/382/1-6  1891

6 plans

Contents:
Scale: ¼in = 1ft [1:48]

Newcastle, Grainger Estate. Plan of the projected new market [Grainger Market] and new streets [Grey Street, Grainger Street, Market Street, Nunn Street, Hood Street, Nelson Street, Clayton Street and Blackett Street] in the Nuns and neighbourhood, by Mitchells Lithography, Newcastle.  DT.SC/384  May 1834

1 lithographed plan

Contents:
No scale

Newcastle, Gresham Place. Ground floor plan of Mr Morrison's house.  DT.SC/385  nd [1850's]

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 4ft [1:48]

Newcastle, Grey Street/Hood Street/Market Street. Floor plans of a bank and ground plan of proposed shops fronting Grey Street, lithographed by M and M W Lambert, Newcastle.  DT.SC/386  1858

1 lithographed plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Newcastle, plan of proposed new road from Milk Market, Sandgate to Walker, a new street from Milk Market to Trafalgar Street [City Road] and other improvements within the Borough of Newcastle, by Thomas Bryson, Town Surveyor. Includes elevation of the proposed viaduct over the Ouse Burn, longitudinal and transverse sections.  DT.SC/387  1861

1 plan

Contents:
Scales: horizontal: 1in = 16ft [1:192]; vertical: 1in = 32ft [1:384]

Newcastle, Queen Square. Plan of Mr Green's house including ground floor and cellar plans.  DT.SC/388  January 1841

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 8ft [1:96]

Newcastle, St Peters. [The shipbuilding yards of The Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Co], of Exchange Buildings, Quayside, lithographed by M and M W Lambert, Grey Street, Newcastle.  DT.SC/389  nd [c1865]

1 lithograph

Newcastle, Sandyford. Plan of freehold building sites, Sandyford Estate, the property of Sandyford Estate Co by W Hope, 6 Grey Street, Newcastle. Key plan and site plan.  DT.SC/390  nd [1890's]

1 plan

Contents:
Scale: 1in = 80ft [1:960]
Streets are: Goldspink Lane, Amble Grove, Brandon Grove, Chelmsford Grove, Dinsdale Road, Starbeck Avenue, Helmsley Road, Doncaster Road, Kelvin Grove, Sandyford Road, Grantham Road, Arnside Road and Etal Terrace.

Newcastle, Waterloo Street. Elevations, floor plans and sections of the Black Bull public house. Includes elevation of Archibald Arrol and Sons Ltd of 27 Newgate Street, Newcastle, brewers, premises as proposed and as at present and Barclay and Cowper's old and new premises, [23 Dean Street] by Benjamin F Simpson, architect, 12 Grey Street, Newcastle.  DT.SC/391/1-2  July 1899

2 plans, waxed linen

Contents:
Scales: 1in = 8ft [1:96] and 41.66ft = 1in [1:500]
Plans were probably prepared in connection with a dispute over ancient lights

Ryton. Plan of Bucks Nook Farm including field names and acreages.  DT.SC/392  nd [1850's]

1 plan

Contents:
No Scale

Washington. Plan covering the area between Washington 'F' Pit on north to the river Wear near Worm Hill on south, and Brandy Row on west to Lane House on east. Includes The Old Engine, 'I' Pit, (and nearby cottages) The Glebe, Oxclose Waggonway, Biddick Hall, [North Biddick Hall] Biddick Burn, Fatfield Gears, Lane House and Holly Hill.  DT.SC/393  nd [c1860]

1 plan, waxed linen

Contents:
No scale but probably based on 1:2500 Ordnance Survey

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