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Rotherham Archives and Local Studies: 2014 Accessions

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  • Athorpe family of Thorpe Hall: Yorks (Dinnington and Owsthrope) manorial and parish records 1619-1894, Kent (Southfleet) steward's summons 1738, with deeds, family and estate papers, mainly rel to Dinnington, with Carver family papers [transferred from Sheffield Archives, former ref: AM] c1350-1823 (916-M)
  • Fullerton family of Thrybergh: family and estate papers c1678-1946 (966-F, 968-F)
  • Payne family of Newhill, Yorkshire: glass plate negatives featuring family members and their properties, with notebook of John Payne (fl 1820) incl catalogue of books at Newhill Hall and historical notes on South Yorkshire villages c1820-1986 (971-F, 972-F)
  • Isaac & Israel Walker & Co Ltd, chemical works, Rotherham: corresp, certificates and technical data sheets 1949-1980 (965-B)
  • Maltby Colliery: plans, handbooks, photographs and slides c1908-2000 (956-B)
  • Rotherham Football Association League: minutes, fine book, papers rel to suspension, agendas, corresp and booklets 20th cent (927-G)
  • South Yorkshire Coroner (Rotherham District): return of inquests, register of deaths reported, and selected inquests papers 1928-1974 (936-R)
  • Kimberworth enclosure: enclosure maps (4) 1800 (974-Z)
  • York and Lancaster Regiment: administrative records, incl operation orders, plans, trench maps and instructions for military engagements, recruitment and training material, with digests of service, war diaries for some battalions, reports and narrative accounts, publications, photographs and c900 sets of soldiers' personal papers [transferred from York and Lancaster Regimental Museum] 1758-1980 (578-K)
  • Unnamed civil engineers' aerial photographs of collieries in the South Yorkshire area, incl Manvers, Barnburgh, Kilnhurst, Silverwood, Wath Main, Cortonwood and Cadeby c1950-1959 (955-B)
  • Thrybergh manor: map 1739 (969-F)