Bednall Collection: No.s 176 to 200 

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Last updated 04/05/2004


REFERENCE 176 LOCATION Box 6 /15

PLACES Wolstanton, Chell, Staffs.; Congleton, Cheshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Wolrich ; Taylor ; Bourne

DESCRIPTION Bond, dated 4 December 1723, re probate of Ann Wolrich of Congleton, widow's estate. Bond in octoguinti pounds. One of the bondsmen was a trustee of her husband's (Thomas Wolrich) will.

 

REFERENCE 177 LOCATION Box 6 /12

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Brearley ; Challinor ; Shaw ; Hill ; Rendell ; Bowcock ; Galton ; Cruso ; Wheeldon ; Brough ;Burton ; Watts ; Wemyss ; Wardle ; Sleigh ; Macclesfield ; Nicholson ; Day ;

DESCRIPTION Catalogue re sale of Foxlow House, Market Place, Leek, Staffordshire by auction at the Swan Hotel, Leek on 14 December 1893. Includes 2 plans including a ground floor plan of the house.

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REFERENCE 178 LOCATION Box 6 /11

PLACES Liverpool

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Pinnock

DESCRIPTION Pinnock's map of Liverpool, 1834 with history of the Town. Taken from Pinnock's Guide to Knowledge June 30th 1834. pages 227 et seq.

 

REFERENCE 179 LOCATION Box 6 /10

PLACES Macclesfield, Cheshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Higginbotham ; Brocklehurst ; Bagshaw ; Slater ; Heelis ;Sowter ; Leycester ; Slack ; Rutland ; Fitchett ; Davenport Dodd ; Wilshaw ; Birchenhall ; Shaw ; Worrall; Bindloss ; Grimsditch ; Winterbottam ; Kidd ; Hodsgkinson

DESCRIPTION Catalogue of the sale by auction of Park Mount, Park Cottage, and Park Brook and several houses and farms on 27 April 1842 at the Macclesfield Arms Hotel, Macclesfield. Also a postcard showing Sycamore House, Macclesfield which it is thought may have stood on part of the lands offered for sale. Document includes a large map showing the various lots.

 

REFERENCE 180 LOCATION Box 6 /9

PLACES Ashbourne, Derbyshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Gell ; Eyre ; Chandos Pole ;

DESCRIPTION Derbyshire Record Office D258/M/S34/ C - D, Plan and elevation of Hopton Hall, Derbyshire the home of Phillip Gell, esq., 26 April 1799. Also description of hall and the Gell family showing coats of  arms.

 

REFERENCE 181 LOCATION Box 6 /8

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Shuttleworth; Freshfield; Killmister; Challinor; Cruso ; Gaunt ; Millward; Hammersley; Shawcross; Smith; Davenport; Milner; Plant; Tatton; Getliffe; Morley; Colquohoun; Mountford; Swain; Broadbent; Walton ; Abbot; Ball; Earls; Broster;

DESCRIPTION Catalogue of the sale of High Field House, Heath House Farm and various silk factories, weaving shades, warehouses, weaving rooms, dyehouses, a tanning establishment and various houses etc. at the Roebuck Inn, Leek, Staffordshire by Order of the Commissioner in the Commission of Bankruptcy awarded and issued against Richard Badnall, senior, of Leek. It includes a map and contains pencil notes concerning reserve and sale prices.

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REFERENCE 182 LOCATION Box 6 /8

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Spilsbury ; Worthington; Preston; Hill; Hammond; Cope; Mottershead; Berresford; Tatton; Davenport; Bott; Winterbottom; Wardle; Meakin; Clulow; Wardle; Large; Malkin; Newill; Devill; Whittles; Cruso; Turner; Hall; Poynton; Heath; Bowness;

DESCRIPTION Catalogue of the sale of High Field House, Heath House Farm Order of the Commissioner in the Commission of Bankruptcy awarded and issued against Richard Badnall, senior, of Leek. It includes a map and contains pencil notes concerning reserve and sale prices. Includes summary list at rear giving a total of 15,221 for the lots sold. 10 lots were not offered and when the value of Lots 1 (Highfield House), 26 (Dyehouses in Abbey Green Lane) and 31 (Brindley's House) are added the total came to 23171 - just about the amount owing on the Bank of England loan of 20000 to Richard Badnall senior. Continued.

 

REFERENCE 183 LOCATION Box 6 /7

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall ; Shuttleworth; Killmister; Challinor; Cruso; Gaunt; Cook; Griffiths; Sneyd; Challinor; Mycock; Wheeldon; Wardle; Pegg; Chapel; Titterton; Salt; Gould; Hammond; Burnett; Plant;

DESCRIPTION [THIS APPEARS TO BE A DUPLICATE ENTRY SEE 941]Catalogue of the sale on the 23 August 1827, at the Roebuck Inn, Leek, of Ashenhurst Hall and estates totalling 705 acres, 3roods, 25 perches by Order of the Commissioner in the Commission of Bankruptcy awarded and issued against Richard Badnall, junior, of Leek. The property also included a stone quarry and a corn mill. Includes a plan of the estates and pencil notes indicating prices etc. Note against Ashenhurst Hall states "possible bid 13000".

 

REFERENCE 184 LOCATION Box 6 /6

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Johnson; Cruso; Redfern; Jennings; Bolton; Lucas; Chorley; Tuyl; Strangman; Lucas; Bradley; Pointon; Wright; Ball; Bowyer; Leech; Forbes; Cotton; Gillies; Redfern

DESCRIPTION Catalogue for the sale on 27 November 18?? of a house on Spout Street, Leek, Staffordshire, with a twisting shade behind ( then occupied by Lucas & Co. and situated on Strangman's Walk), cottages, houses, gardens, meadow and pasture land. It also included a wheelwright's shop, barn and outbuildings as well as property on Blackshawe Moor. The document is signed by Maria Van Tuyl who bought lots 1 and 4 for 1385, and by John Cruso. Lot 1 was formerly Toft Chorley's house and was of "stone and brick" having formerly been two houses, the upper one erected in stone and the lower one in brick, parts of which were used as silk warehouses, counting houses etc. with a silk warehouse at the rear. The house had 8 ground floor rooms plus a conservatory, 14 bedrooms, 2 large cellars, 2 WCs, etc. and a garden of 1300 square yards with shrubs and trees and a summer house. Lot 4 was a wheelwright's shop on Spooner's Lane (the Newcastle Road) and had a frontage of 145 yards. The Town Wash ran onto this land.

 

REFERENCE 185 LOCATION Box 6 /5

PLACES Leek, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Hammersley; Fergyson; Brearley; Hacker; Allen; Gaunt; Nicholson; Glover; Clowes; Hulme; Dawson; Nichols; Middleton; Cartwright; Cruso; Brough; Searight; Gould;

DESCRIPTION Catalogue re sale of Freehold Estates in Leek, Staffordshire, by auction at the Swan Inn, Leek on the 10 September 1874. The property included a brewery and the sale was held in accordance with a decree in Chancery made in the cause of Hammersley v Hammersley (1864 H. No. 123) with the agreement of Mr William Henry Hammersley, the owner. Two maps included: one showing the Bridge End, Brewery, which was sited at the junction of the old and the new Macclesfield roads. The buildings were 95' long, 22' 6" wide and three stories high and the plant included a modern "8 Quarters Brewing Plant" on the "Improved Modern Principle by Mr William Nichols of Burton on Trent". Includes building plots on Abbey Green Road, Bridge Meadow.

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REFERENCE 186 LOCATION Box 6 /4

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Wardle; Beech; Sleigh; Maskery; Allen; Clowes; Smith Myatt; Davenport;

DESCRIPTION Photocopy of parts of a catalogue for the sale of Sir Thomas Wardle's property including No. 54 St. Edward Street, Leek; the adjacent shop and premises rented by the Leek Embroidery Society; the Hencroft Printing and Dyeworks and adjacent land; Rock Villa, Kiln Lane, Leek. Plans of house on St. Edward Street showing Mr Maskery at 58 St. Edward Street. The other shows the Hencroft works at the rear of Messrs Wardle and Davenport's dyeworks. Mr Clowes owned or occupied a strip of land at the the Hencroft and the Park Road. 

 

REFERENCE 187 LOCATION Box 6 /3

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Challinor; Badnall; Brearley; Sigwell; Brooks; Hilliard; Torr; Birchenough; Weaver; Salt; Harrison; Allen; Simon; Griffiths; Haynes; Cooper;

DESCRIPTION Catalogue for the sale by auction on 13 June 1861, of Ford House, Stockwell Street, Leek, Staffordshire other houses, a blacksmith's shop and building land in and around Ford Street, Market Street and Stockwell Street, 2 house on Ball Haye Green.

 

REFERENCE 188 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Broughton, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton

DESCRIPTION Drawing of Broughton Hall, Broughton, Staffordshire.

 

REFERENCE 189 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Dalbeatie, Kircudbrightshire; Burgess Hill, Sussex; Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Dickson; Challinor; Shaw;

DESCRIPTION Letter dated 4 July 1953 from A. Bruce Dickson of Rosebank, Dalbeatie, Kircudbrightshire to Challinor and Shaw, solicitors, Leek, Staffordshire re the Broughton Trust. Gives family details including dates of birth and death, age, addresses etc.

 

REFERENCE 190 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Lymington, Hants; Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Williams Freeman; Challinor; Shaw;

DESCRIPTION Letter dated 4 July 1953 from Lieut. Colonel A. Williams Freeman of Bridge End Cottage, Lymington, Hants, to Challinor and Shaw, solicitors, Leek, Staffordshire re the Broughton Trust. Gives family details including date of birth and his mothers (Mrs M.L. Williams Freeman) date of death. Two children of late cousin Reginald Broughton and of Revd. Walter Broughton believed to be alive.

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REFERENCE 191 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Cheltenham, Gloucester; Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Challinor; Shaw;

DESCRIPTION Letter dated 3 July 1953 from N.C.Broughton of 25 Eldorado Road, Cheltenham, to Challinor and Shaw, solicitors, Leek, Staffordshire re the Broughton Trust. Gives details of the family of the Rev. W.B.Broughton including dates of birth and death, age, addresses etc. Mentions trust capital of over 3000.

 

REFERENCE 192 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES London; Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Challinor; Shaw; Beck; Dickson;

DESCRIPTION Letter, dated 4 July 1953, from Commander R.A.Broughton (RN) of 5E Culford Gardens, London S.W.3., to Challinor and Shaw, solicitors, Leek, Staffordshire re the Broughton Trust. Gives details of the family of the Rev. C.F.Broughton, Mrs Dickson and his mother ( formerly of 31 Queens Gate Terrace, London S.W.7) including dates of birth and death, age, addresses etc.

 

REFERENCE 193 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Natal, South Africa; Leek, Staffordshire; Newbury, Bucks;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Challinor; Shaw; Beck; Dickson;

DESCRIPTION Letter dated 14 July 1953 from R.A.Bruce Dickson of Winston Park Estates, P.O. Hillcrest, Natal, to Challinor and Shaw, solicitors, Leek, Staffordshire re the Broughton Trust. Gives details of the family of his mother Mrs Grace Agnes Dickson ( formerly of Speen Vicarage, Newbury, Bucks) including dates of birth and death, age, addresses, etc. Letter also authorises his brother to act on his behalf.

 

REFERENCE 194 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Chelsea; Burgess Hill, Sussex;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Challinor; Shaw; Beck; Dickson;

DESCRIPTION Letter dated 7 July 1953 from Kenneth Dickson of 16 Ovington Crescent, Chelsea, London S.W.3, to Challinor and Shaw, solicitors, Leek, Staffordshire re the Broughton Trust. Gives details of the family of his mother Mrs Grace Agnes Dickson (formerly of Speen Vicarage, Newbury, Bucks), his aunts Jessie Beck and Eliza Broughton, including dates of birth and death, age, addresses etc.

 

REFERENCE 195 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Challinor; Shaw; Sneyd;

DESCRIPTION Letter dated 3 Nov. 1944 from R.E.Broughton of the Old Rectory, Manningford Abbas, Marlborough to Challinor and Shaw, solicitors, Leek, Staffordshire re C.L Broughton deceased. Requests W.E.Challinor and Mr Wardle to take over the trusteeship and conclude it when he and his brother died. He mentions that he knew the late Joseph Challinor intimately and that they had been customers of the firm for over 200 years. He had in his possession the marriage settlement of his grandfather Alexander D. Broughton who married Miss Susannah Sneyd, daughter of John Sneyd of Belmont in 1794 which was drawn up in the office of Challinor and Co.

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REFERENCE 196 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Leek, Staffs. ; Prestbury, Sandbach,Cheshire; Norbury, Snelston, Buxton, Derbyshire; Marlborough, Wilts; Canterbury, Kent; Burgess Hill, Sussex;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Challinor; Shaw; Dickson; Beck; Armitshead; Norton;

DESCRIPTION Affidavit of Kindred and Fortune in Support for the Appointment of a Receiver re Clement Lacon Granville Broughton, Form P.A.15. Royal Courts of Justice, 6 February 1933. The application was by Reginald Edmund Broughton, former Vicar of Prestbury, Cheshire, on behalf of himself so that he could act for his brother C.L.G.Broughton who was mentally ill. Both were sons of the Revd. Clement Francis Broughton, Rector of Norbury and Snelston, Derbyshire who died August 1879. C.L.G. Broughton became a patient in the care of Dr F. Dickson of Wye House , Buxton, Derbyshire in 3 August 1877. Details of the family their ages, addresses etc are given. The income was 150 to 160 a year on average with relatives making good any deficiency when required. C.L.G.Broughton's maintenance cost 164 a year or 3.30s a week. The income was derived from property provided under the wills of (1) Clement Francis Broughton his father and was mostly railway stock Great Western and LMS plus a few India shares. the total value was 4020 in 1933. The document also includes a copy of a medical affidavit by the medical superintendent of the Wye House Hospital, Buxton, Wifred Winnalt Norton. His diagnosis was mental infirmity due to disease which took the form of a dementia in which the patient took no notice of anything and rarely spoke. He preferred to sit in a chair with his head on his chest all day and would occasionally strike out with s stick when anyone went to near. C.L.G.Broughton had had his first attack at the age of 22 and had been treated at home for some time. By 1933 his illness had lasted for 55 years. He was then ill with a weak heart and dropsy.

 

REFERENCE 197 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Leek, Staffs. ; Norbury, Snelston, Buxton, Derbyshire; France; S.Afr; Cheltenham, Gloucester; Marlborough, Wilts; Canterbury, Kent; Burgess Hill, Sussex;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Challinor; Shaw; Dickson; Beck; Bell; Court; Robinson; Thursfield; Freeman; Newton;

DESCRIPTION Deed of release 31 December 1953 between (1) Jessie Beck, widow of 37 Church Road Burgess Hill, Sussex, (2) Lieut. Col. Arthur William Freeman, of Bridge End House, Lymington, Hants, (3) Reginald Herbert Bruce Dickson of Winston Park, Hillcrest, Natal, South Africa, Alexander Bruce Dickson of Rosebank Dalbeatie, Kircudbrightshire,(4) Monica Bruce Dickson 37 Church Road, Burgess Hill, Sussex, (5) Lieut. Ralph Armitage Broughton, RN (retired (6) Dagmar Newton, widow, of Starrs Hill, Marlborough, Wiltshire, (7) Olive Irene Broughton, spinster, of 37 Rue de S.Cloud, Ville D'Avry S.et.A France, and Stephen Percyvall Broughton of 25 Eldorada Road, Cheltenham, Gloucester known as the surviving beneficiaries, and (9) Lieut. Col. William Francis Challinor of the Upper House, Loosley Tow, Princes Risborough, Bucks and John Wardle, solicitor, of Leek, Staffordshire known as the present trustees. A deed of family arrangement is cited dated 18 May 1906 between (1) Mary Louisa Williams Freeman, (2) Lucy Clementia Broughton, (3) Grace Agnes Dickson, (4) Eliza Broughton, (5) Eleanor Frances Rosamund Adams, (6) Amy Georgina Broughton, (7) Jessie Beck, (8) The Revd. Reginald Edmund Broughton, (9) the Revd. Walter Basil Broughton, "the Beneficiaries" of the first part and (2) Eliza Broughton (3) Revd. Robert Bruce Dickson, Reginald Edmund Broughton and Clement John Edmund Broughton "the Trustees". Monies form the trust were to be used first for the support and nursing of Clement Laycon Broughton then after his death for Eliza and Amy Georgina Broughton jointly. When the survivor of these died then the residual trust was to be wound up and shared out amongst the surviving brothers and sisters and the issue of any deceased child of Revd. Clement Francis Broughton the father of Clement Laycon Granville Broughton who was resident in the Wye House Nursing Home in Buxton, Derbyshire until his death in1939. The document gives dates of death, addresses and other information and is signed, witnessed and stamped by all the surviving beneficiaries except Dagmar Newton and Olive Irene Broughton. Kenneth Dickson signed as attorney for his brother Alexander.

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REFERENCE 198 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Leek, Staffs.; Prestbury, Brackley, Cheshire; Dorchester; Newbury; Oxford; London

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Challinor; Shaw; Dickson; Beck; Adams; Freeman; Porter; Lane; Pierce; Meacock; Brain; Wooliscroft; Green; Valpy; Burgess;

DESCRIPTION Agreement under seal relating to the use of income from the estates of Bryan W.P. Broughton, deceased and Clement Lacon Granville Broughton, dated 18 August 1906. The agreement was between(1) Mary Louisa Williams Freeman, widow, of Ilsington Cottage near Dorchester, Dorset, (2) Lucy Clementia Broughton, spinster, of 33 Cheniston Gardens, Kensington, Middlesex,(3) Grace Agnes Dickson, wife of the Revd Bruce Dickson of Speen Vicarage, Newbury, Berkshire, (4) Eliza Broughton, Spinster, of 4 Lexham Gardens, Cromwell Road, London, (5) Eleanor Frances Rosamund Adams, wife of Sitgreaves Adams of 13 Colville Houses, London, (6) Amy Georgina Broughton,Spinster, of 1 Norham Road, Oxford, (7) Jessie Beck, wife of Colonel Charles Harrop Beck of Upton Priory, Macclesfield, (8) The Revd. Reginald Edmund Broughton, of Prestbury Vicarage, Cheshire, (9) the Revd. Walter Basil Broughton, of Brackley Vicarage, Cheshire, "the Beneficiaries" of the first part and (2) Eliza Broughton (3) Revd. Robert Bruce Dickson, Reginald Edmund Broughton and Clement John Edmund Broughton of Wortley near Sheffield," the Trustees". Bryan William Percyvall Broughton brother of the Beneficiaries had died on 2 March 1904, an intestate bachelor. The Beneficiaries and Clement Lacon Granville Broughton who is of unsound mind "but not so found by inquisition" were the next of kin. Document lists the stocks, shares and monies in the possession of the Trustees. C.L.G Broughton's stocks, etc. were insufficient to pay for his care and nursing and it was agreed that monies owing should be paid for out of the estate of the late B.W.P.Broughton and the remainder invested by the Trustees and used first for the support and nursing of Clement Laycon Broughton then after his death for Eliza and Amy Georgina Broughton jointly. When the survivor of these died then the residual trust was to be wound up and shared out amongst the surviving brothers and sisters and the issue of any deceased child of Revd. Clement Francis Broughton the father of Clement Laycon Granville Broughton. 

 

REFERENCE 199 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Leek, Staffs.; Prestbury, Cheshire; Oxford; Ashbourne; Asspuddle, Dorset; High Wycombe, Bucks; Dursley, Gloucester

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Challinor; Shaw; Dickson; Beck; Freeman; Riley, Roe; Consterdine; Burgin; Penny; Gresley; Norton Matthews; Ward; Mayo; Ridley; Pennell; Sneyd Kynnersley;

DESCRIPTION Indemnity, 30 May 1888, from the children of the late Reverend Clement Francis Broughton to the Reverend Robert Bruce Dickson and others. The parties to this were: (1) Mary Louisa Freeman wife of Henry Peere Williams Freeman of Asspuddle Vicarage near Dorchester, Dorset (Clerk in Holy Orders), Grace Agnes Dickson wife of Revd. Robert Bruce Dickson of Cadmore Vicarage, High Wycombe, Bucks, Clementina Broughton, Eliza Broughton, Eleanor Frances Rosamund Broughton and Amy Georgina Broughton all of Clifton near Ashbourne, Derbyshire and spinsters, Revd. Walter Basil Broughton of Dursley, Gloucester -The Beneficiaries" and (2) Revd. Robert Bruce Dickson, Reginald Edmund Broughton of 4 Dysart Buildings, Nantwich, Cheshire, and Clement Edmund John Broughton of Wortley near Sheffield -"The Trustees". The document supplements several others of 1 March 1888, one between Thomas Clement Sneyd Kynnersley and the Trustees appointing a new trustee of the will of William Pennell deceased, and the other between Thomas Clement Sneyd Kynnersley and Clement Edmund John Broughton and the Trustees for the appointment of new trustees of the will and second marriage settlement of the late Clement Francis Broughton. The second marriage settlement dated 10 February 1854 was made between William Pennell, Mary Jane Pennell, the Revd Clement Francis Broughton and Edward Gifford, and Thomas Clement Sneyd Kynnersley. It states that both Clement Lacon Granville Broughton and Bryan William Percyvall Broughton, sons of the late Revd. C.F.Broughton, were of unsound mind. The former was in the care of Doctor Dickson of Wye House, Buxton and the latter in Earlswood Asylum near Redhill, Surrey. The document is signed and carries an additional note from the Rev. R.E.Broughton of the Vicarage Prestbury dated 1902.

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REFERENCE 200 LOCATION Box 20

PLACES Leek, Staffs.; Norbury, Snelston, Derbyshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Broughton; Challinor; Shaw; Gifford; Ridley; Pennell; Sneyd Kynnersley; Hand; Allam

DESCRIPTION Appointment, 17 June 1879, by The Revd. Clement Francis Broughton in exercise of a power in the marriage settlement made on 14th February 1854 in connection with his marriage to Mary Jane Pennell, his late wife. It concerns the sum of 2000 invested in North Staffordshire Railway Company Preference stock, that trustees of the settlement -C.F.Broughton, Edward Gifford and Thomas Clement Sneyd Kynnersley held, secured by mortgage, the annual return on which was for the benefit of C.F.Broughton during his life, then his wife Mary Jane Pennell for her life and then to the benefit of some or all children of the two. On 10 March 1874 Francis Bryan Hand was appointed trustee in place of Edward Gifford. Mary Jane Broughton died on the 30 March 1876 . Their were 8 (eight) children of the marriage: Clement Lacon Granville; Bryan William Percyvall; Reginald ; Walter Basil (only the first two were over 21 in 1879) Eliza; Eleanor Francis Rosamund; Amy Georgina and Jessie (only Eliza was over 21 in 1879). The document establishes a trust fund to pay for the care of Clement Lacon Francis Broughton. The document was signed by the Revd. Clement Francis Broughton, Vicar of Snelston, Derbyshire.