Bednall Collection: No.s 651 to 675

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Last updated 04/05/2004


REFERENCE 651 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Nicholson; Barlow; Brough; Hall; Challinor; Badnall; Shoobridge; Newall; Shaw; Nixon;

DESCRIPTION Conveyance, dated 20 June 1874, of plots of land in Leonard Street, Leek, Staffordshire from John Challinor of Leek, Stafford, colliery proprietor, to Messrs J. Nicholson, Benjamin Barlow, William Spooner Brough, Arthur Nicholson, Edwin Brough and John Hall all of Leek, silk manufacturers and co-partners. Document was signed, sealed, witnessed, receipted and delivered. It refers to lands sold by Stephen and Elizabeth Shoobridge which consisted of 1738 square yards of land, with a frontage of 209 feet 6 inches to a new street to be called Leonard Street, together with a strip one foot wide which formerly belonged to William Beaumont Badnall. The consideration was 330.

 

REFERENCE 652 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Chesterton, Longsdon, Woolstanton, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Burslem; Beard; Hatrell; Cooke; Nabbe; Jackson; Lankford; Watson-Bateman;

DESCRIPTION A fine between William Burslem, and John Beard, plaintiffs and William Beard and Henry Hatrell for recovery of lands in Longsdon, Leek, Chesterton, Woolstanton dated 1st year of Queen Anne. A note on the front states "for Mr. Lankford. Recovery in Mr. Richard Jackson of Blurton's lands".

 

REFERENCE 653 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Chesterton, Longsdon, Woolstanton, Knutton, Newcastle under Lyme, Holditch, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Bateman; Hatrell; Burslem; Beard; Wardle; Wheildon; Harrison; Hargreaves; Webb; Malkin; Cope; Coates; Pinnar;

DESCRIPTION Copy, made on 16 May 1729 by Walter Noble and William Nicolls, of an indenture between (1) Mary Bateman of Holditch, Staffordshire, widow and Watson Bateman son and heir of John Bateman late of Holditch (2) William Beard of Clifford's Inn, London and Henry Hatrell of Newcastle under Lyme, (3) William Burslem of Newcastle and John Beard of Newcastle, grocer, dated 1 April 1702. A note on the front states" Mrs.Bateman & Sons deed to make ... to recovery for Mr. Lankford. Original deed inrolled in Mr. Webb's hands". The indenture grants to William Beard and Henry Hatrell -a property in Longsdon where John Bateman the grandfather of Watson Bateman lived and William Wheildon "now doth" plus a house which John Bateman had purchased from Richard and Gilbert Malkin "now in the holding of John Wardle"; a house in Leek where Richard Hargreaves used to dwell and Jeremiah Cope "now doth"; the cottages of James Bloor and John Pinnar in Langsdon; a property at Holditch, Woolstanton where Mary Bateman and Tho. Coates then lived and a water corn mill at Holditch in the holding of Thomas Harrison. William Burslem and John Beard were to present a writ of entry sur deseizin against William Beard and Henry Hatrell for all the properties listed so that Watson Bateman could make a recovery. The house and Holditch Mill the lands associated with it and premises in Knutton, Chesterton or the parish of Woolstanton, were to be for Mary Bateman's use for life and (together with all the other property) after her death for the use of her son and his heirs forever. The indenture was witnessed by J. Whishaw, John Astbury; Thomas Bateman; Thomas Bolton; James Pattison.

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REFERENCE 654 LOCATION Not put away

PLACES Leek, Handley Green, Eaves, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Hide; Locker; Bulkeley; Wardle; Stonehewer; Goodwin; Moyott; Taylor; Gaskill; Moor; Dale; Tatton; Baddiley; Fox; Presman; Boocock; Davenport; Lancelot; Simpson; Dakin; Saunt; Williams; Ferny; Heath; Wood; Shatto; Gould;

DESCRIPTION An indenture dated 1 April 1757 between Samuel Hyde of Leek, Joyner, and Joseph Locker of Eaves, Staffordshire, yeoman. The document starts with a listing of Hide's tenants in Leek, namely in Leek: Sarah Moor, widow; Ann Gaskill, widow; Thomas Dale, labourer; William Smith, silk weaver; Thomas Presman, labourer; Thomas Baddiley, silk weaver; Joshua Stonehewer, joiner; Ellen Davenport, widow; George Boocock, silk weaver; Hannah Lancelot, widow; Ann Ferny, spinster; John Heath blacksmith; John Taylor, twister; Samuel Taylor, twister; Joseph Moyott, twister; Peter Shatto, bricklayer; William Wood, silk weaver; Samuel Goodwin, dyer; William Wardle, baker; John Tatton, gardener; John Saunt, cooper; John Dakin, shoemaker; William Fox, whitesmith; Elizabeth Williams, widow. Other tenants of Samuel Hide included Robert Simpson of Handley Green, Staffordshire, earth potter. The document lists the rents that each paid. Hide had raised 100 from Locker on the security of a mortgage on his property drawn up two years earlier and made between (1) James Bulkeley (2) Samuel Hide (3) Joseph Locker. By April 1757 Hide owed Locker an additional 29 : 6s : 8d and thus in addition to this document Hide signed a bond in favour of Locker and his assigns, etc. in the "penal sum" of 58 :13s : 4d. The indenture states that it was drawn up " for the further securing " the money and interest at the rate of 4% and in it Hide assigned all the rents due to Locker and appointed him his attorney with the right to collect the rents due and distrain property, etc. on non-payment by the tenant. The amounts Locker was to receive from each tenant was spelt out. The document is signed, witnessed, sealed and stamped. The witnesses were James Bulkeley and Francis Gould.

 

REFERENCE 655 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Liverpool, Rocester, Lancashire

FIELD NAMES Broadbridge Meadow; the Upper Linnies; the Lower Linnies; the bleaching yard; the kiln croft; Leadbeters Lees; the Square Meadow; the Eyes;

PERSONS Sykes; Statham; Nixon; Bosville;

DESCRIPTION Indenture between Elizabeth Statham of Liverpool, widow of William Statham, late of Leek, Staffordshire, Innholder and Edward Sykes of Leek, button merchant, dated 1 July 1748. It cites an indenture of lease dated 1 February 1737 between (1) Ann Bosville of ..ocester, Lancashire, spinster, (2) William Statham of Leek by which Ann Bosville leased to Statham a property in Leek known as Millgate House (then occupied by Henry Nixon) and the land and outbuildings belonging to it together with the Broadbridge Meadow, the Upper Linnies, the Lower Linnies, the Bleaching yard, the kiln croft, and one butt of land known as Leadbeters Lees and the Square Meadow lying at the bottom of a piece of land called the Eyes which were then occupied by William Statham. Statham's lease was for 21 years for a yearly rent of 19 : 10s : 0d. In the1748 indenture Elizabeth Statham assigned the remainder of the lease to Edward Sykes in consideration of 23. T he document was witnessed by William Harding, junior, and John Shaw and was signed (by Elizabeth Statham) and stamped. It also carries Elizabeth Statham's receipt for the 23.

 

REFERENCE 656 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Leekfrith, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES Compton; Cornhill Croft; Thornyleigh; Clerks Bank;

PERSONS Alcock; Gent; Walmslow; Stevenson; Armett; Dawe; Frost; Mellody; Appleby; Taylor; Lockett; Prime; Groves; Ash; Wood; Pilsbury; Ash;

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: Names beginning with A. George Astles, Thomas Armett, A. Appleby, the Almshouses, Ralph Alcock,

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REFERENCE 657 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Leekfrith, Waterhouse, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Bamfield; Bott; Fynney; Thomas; Newill; Burnett; Howard; Plant; Birtles; Bagnall; Wheeldon; Tharme; Booth; Lee; Tunnicliffe; Stonier; Brentnall; Morgan; Phillips; Fenton Grosvenor; Goodwin; Fynney; Osborne; Hall; Johnson; Lovatt; Jones; Brunt; Robinson;

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Enclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: Names beginning with B. John Bott of Thorncliffe; John Bamfield ;James Burnett of Waterfall; Martha Birtles of Mill Street widow of Joseph Birtles; John Bagnall of the Ring, Cheddleton; Sarah Brentnall.

 

REFERENCE 658 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Leekfrith, Tittesworth, Middle Hulme, Over Hulme,, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Booth; Godwin; Malkin; Gaunt; Lucas; Lay; Bradbury; Forster; Scotton; Ball; Gould; Bullock; Walwyn; Brough; Braddock; Alcock; Marley; Brunt; Booth; Lovatt; Bould; Lowe; Plant; Mellor; Daft; Lightfoot; Simpson; Sherratt; Walker; Gibson; Brough; Bowcock;

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Enclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: Names beginning with B (continued from 657).

 

REFERENCE 659 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Leekfrith, Tittesworth, Middle Hulme, Over Hulme, Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Bulkeley; Beard; Travis; Bagnall; Phillips; Sleigh; Haywood; Boyer; Bowyer; Tatton; Lovett; Davenport; Barker; Farrington; Turnock; Brough; Goodwin; Maskery; Osbourne; Plant; Walwin; Mellor; Williams; Johnson; Harrison; Crosby; Clewlow; Walmslow;

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: Names beginning with B (continued from 658).

 

REFERENCE 660 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Leekfrith, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES Vicars Close; Leek field;

PERSONS Bullock; Booth; Bentley; Braddock;

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: Names

beginning with B (continued from 659). Richard Bentley, Vicar of Leek claimed for the Vicarage and the Vicars Close in Leek field then occupied by Samuel Braddock; Thomas Bailey for the Smiths' Shop and dwelling room at the bottom of Spout Street opposite the Alms Houses and occupied by Thomas Bailey and Sarah Jackson; William Booth for houses in Spout Street occupied by Patience Smith and Elizabeth Burton, and others occupied by George Lovatt, Rebecca Cope, Samuel Hassall, Elizabeth Robinson, William Whitam and Charles Sigley; Enoch Hand claimed as agent for Ferdinando Bullock

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REFERENCE 661 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Leekfrith, Upperhulme, Tittesworth, Gunside, Nether Easing, Heaton, Oakamoor, Staffordshire; Congleton, Cheshire;

FIELD NAMES Clowes Fields, Barnetts Meadow, Spout Croft, Nursery, Well Field, Bankey Field, Nixhill, Long Dale, Handkerchief Piece,

PERSONS Cope; Fynney; Condlyffe; Chorley; Clulow; Clowes; Challinor; Cruso; Cooper;;

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: Names beginning with C. Eli Cope of Church Lane, Leek; Eli Cope & John Fynney devisees of Isaac Cope; Joseph Condlyffe house and 50 acres at Upperhulme and property tenanted by Mollatt; Ash; Howard; Townsend; Rose. Toft Chorley held land tenanted by Solomon Ash, Thomas Plant, George Nixon, Moses Nixon, William Davis, Ann Heath, George Hambleton, John Clewlow, Gaunt, Lucas & Lay and Mary Whitall. James Clulow claimed for Alderlee Farm; Aaron Cope for property in Leek tenanted by Simon Getcliffe, Simon Horne, John Frost, Alice Clulow, Charles Washington, John Falkner, John Biddulph, Thomas Osborne, George Waters, Samuel Bowcock, Daniel Wath, Alice Bradley, John Waters, Henry Faulkner. John Clowes claimed for Horseylands; Joseph Clulow for a house in Mill Street occupied by George Bould, George Trafford, Thomas Trafford, William Hassall and ? Birch; Jeremiah Condlyffe claimed for Roch House; Mary Chorley for lands in Tittesworth and elsewhere occupied by William Stubbs, George Nixon, Thomas Plant, Elizabeth Atkinson; Benjamin Challinor for property in Leek occupied by Joseph Davenport, Mrs.Porter, Miss Dales, Mary Hallows, Samuel Clough, Mary Barker, James Rushton, Daniel Wath, Mr. Woolf, James Nixon, William Wheeldon, Jonathon Vickerstaff. John Cruso as trustee for Maddocks - for Ralph Bullocks house in the Market Place, Leek. John Cooper claimed for Withy Stake, Hazlewood occupied by Ralph Hunt. Samuel Challinor of Oakamoor claimed for Sarah Trafford's house in the Sheep Market, Leek and Joseph Clulow of Congleton for land in Leekfrith occupied by Joseph Dale. William Clulow of Congletonclaimed for Broadlee near Meerbrook occupied by Richard Collins.

 

REFERENCE 662 LOCATION Not put away

PLACES Leicester; Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Shaw;

DESCRIPTION Letter from Rose E. Badnall of 40 Archdeacon Lane, Leicester to Challinor & Shaw, solicitors, Leek, Staffordshire dated 10th August 1889. She states that they had not received 32 -6s-1d and that as the shop was dear and "not much doing & if things do not improve we shall have to get a smaller one.

 

REFERENCE 663 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Leekfrith, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES Black Acre; Long Acres; New Close; Modeley Meadow; Barn Meadow; Hollow Field;

PERSONS Emerson; Edge; Ford; Fowler; Fynney; Farrington;

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: Names beginning with E and F. Robert Emerson claimed for lands at the bottom of Derby Street, Leek which had been enclosed within 20 years and upon which a building "has now been erected which was lately in the occupation of Messrs Titley & Greenwood but now in my possession". He also held properties tenanted by Cornelius Ball and R. Burchenugh. John Edge claimed for tenement occupied by Richard Gould; Hugh Ford; John Fowler claimed for land occupied by Samuel Braddock; John Fynney; Mrs. Hannah Farrington claimed for property occupied by Mr. Laugharn, Mr. West and Thomas Milward.

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REFERENCE 664 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Leekfrith, Staffordshire; Wilmslow Green, Cheshire; Bicester, Oxfordshire;

FIELD NAMES Ladyway Dale; Square Field; Heath Croft;

PERSONS Gaunt; Gould; Goodwin; Grey; Bradley; Worthington; Radford; Killmister; Crompton; Jackson; Davies; Pratt; Sutton; Washington; Fisher; Hammersley; Birch; Titley; Greenwood; Lovatt; Johnson; Hall; Watts; De'Cerney; Mellor; Toplis; Ash; Moss; See below.

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: Names beginning with G and H. Josiah Gould; Joseph Goodwin claimed for lands occupied by Mr. Killmister and himself. Richard Goodwin claimed for a house occupied by J. Bradley and himself. A claim was made by George Worthington, acting as agent for Booth Grey of Bicester, Oxon, which included Westwood Farm occupied by John Crompton, and Wallbridge Farm occupied by Thomas Jackson. Richard Gould claimed for a freehold messuage and 24 acre farm in Leekfrith called Benthead then occupied by William Fisher. Samuel Goodwin claimed for the Heath Croft which he was under contract to purchase from Lewis Davies, the Blackamoors Head Inn in the Market Place Leek with outbuildings yard and garden then occupied by Thomas Radford, a workshop in the yard occupied by Messrs Sutton & Pratt and a garden behind occupied by Sam Goodwin; 2 houses, etc. in the Blackamoor's Head yard occupied by Thomas Washington, a warehouse, candle house and stable, etc. occupied by Sam Goodwin; a messuage in the Blackamoor's Head Yard occupied by Cushin Lightfoot and also a messuage in the same yard occupied by James Boocock and seven more occupied respectively by William Moss, Jermyn Winterbottom, a Frenchman, William Bunting, Joseph Garner, a Frenchman, Charles Chalner, Phoebe Garnier; a messuage in Spout Street occupied by Matthew Nixon; six houses in Jacob's Alley occupied respectively by Margaret Pilsbury, Sampson Kidd, Charles Horn, Mary Huish, Joseph Crommery and William Lovatt. The claim made by Thomas Fenton Grosvenor included property occupied by George Chappel, John Moss, Sarah Barker, Mary Provost, Thomas Tatton, the Sign of the Spread Eagle at bottom of Derby Street occupied by Benjamin Turnock with yard garden and bowling green, plus four adjoining houses occupied by John Mellor, Betty Toplis, Widow Ash, Joseph Moss, Charles De'Cerney, a barn occupied by John Joinson. He also claimed for a messuage occupied by John Smith and other property occupied by William Birch, Messrs Titley & Greenwood, the Sign of the Fox in the Market Place occupied by Nathaniel Hammersley, a half of the Tolls of Leek shared with Henry Townsend, the houses of Joseph Lovatt and James Johnson in Spout Street, a half share with Mrs.Sarah Brentnall in the Sign of the Black Swan in the Sheep Market, Leek occupied by William Goodwin plus property occupied by John Fynney, Sarah Brentnall, Thomas Osbourne Mary Hall and John Johnson, John Bamfield, Smallbrooke Fynney, Betty Thomas and William Newhill, Ladyway Dale occupied by John Bamfield, Pickwood held by virtue of a lease for the term of the life of Mrs. Catherine Hall of Wilmslow Green, Cheshire and a Blacksmiths' Shop in the Sheep Market occupied by Daniel Watts. Grosvenor appears to have been living at Pickwood at this time.

 

REFERENCE 665 LOCATION Transfer Box 89

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Macclesfield Cheshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Boultbee; Rowley; Gould; Daintry; Ryle; Cruso;

DESCRIPTION Order addressed by John Boultbee, Thomas Rowley and Joseph Gould, Commissioners for the Inclosure of Commons and Wastes in Leek, to Messrs Daintry & Ryle "Please pay to Mr. John Cruso or draw the sum of one Hundred Pounds as a fund to pay Workmen's Wages in the Leek Inclosures and place the same to the Leek Inclosure Account". Dated Macclesfield 16 January 1808.

 

REFERENCE 666 LOCATION Box 4

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES Hencroft; Waterlagg; Meadow Dale; Surey Meadow; White Fields;

PERSONS Badnall; Fynney; Perkins; Bramwell; Emerson; Hammersley;

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: Richard Badnall claimed for Water Lagg which was occupied by Robert Emerson and Meadow Dale and White Fields which were occupied by Badnall and Richard Perkin. He also claimed for small houses in Mill Street, Leek occupied by Sarah Bramwell, P. Hammersley, William Hammersley and James Badnall; sundry dyehouses and warehouses in Mill Street occupied by William & James Badnall; his own house, garden and stable; the adjoining house occupied by Hugh Hall and the warehouse occupied by Fynney Badnall & Co.

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REFERENCE 667 LOCATION Box 4

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Fynney; Lees; Mean; Sleigh; Sutton; Pratt; Daintry; Alcock; Taylor; Pilsbury; Heywood;

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Enclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: John Fynney & Richard Badnall claimed for a twisting shed and weaving shop in their own possession; a weaving shop occupied by Sutton & Pratt; a stable occupied by Charles Daintry; a stable or slaughter house occupied by Ralph Alcock; a house, etc. occupied by George Taylor; a small piece of land between the two working shops adjoining Charles Daintry's garden and a wretching yard below the shed. (These were all (probably) behind the Blackamoor's Head in the Market Place, Leek. They also claimed for a shed and workshop, late Myatts; a house, etc. occupied by Joseph Heywood; a garden next to the Methodist Meeting House; four houses occupied by George Mien, George Pilsbury, Hannah Large, and a Frenchman. The latter was "a house let by Mrs. Myatt who receives the rent during her life". The end of the shed was occupied by William Sleigh. Fynney & Badnall also claimed for Miss Lees house, small house and bakehouse.

 

REFERENCE 668 LOCATION Box 4

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Tatton; Astles; Bowcock; Womslow; Sutton; ; Hunt; Pickford;

DESCRIPTION Claims made to the Commissioners for Enclosing Lands in the Parish of Leek dated 1805: William Badnall claimed for a number of fields occupied by Edward Tatton, George Astles, Joseph Bowcock, Emmanuel Womslow, and himself; houses occupied by himself, Miss Sutton, Joseph Bowcock, Ralph Hunt and Isaac Pickford; and also a house, dyehouse, croft and garden.

 

REFERENCE 669 LOCATION Box 4

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Thorpe Derbyshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Shaw; Nivin; Aspinall; Roebuck; Cruso; Brown; Northcott; Bridgwater;  Frost; Acton; Deacon; Cock; Sadler; Latham;

DESCRIPTION Copy of the second codicil to the will of Mrs. Jane Elizabeth Badnall of Thorpe near Ashbourne, Derbyshire dated 4th January 1916 Challinors & Shaw, Leek. Note on the front states "Revoked by new codicil dated 16 February 1916.

 

REFERENCE 670 LOCATION Box 4

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Bowden, Cheshire; London;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Cruso; Cooper; Beresford;

DESCRIPTION Draft deed of appointment of a new trustee of the settlement made on the marriage of William Beaumont Badnall and Miss Jane Elizabeth Cruso, dated 1871 Challinor & Co., Leek.

 

REFERENCE 671 LOCATION Box 4

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Bowden, Cheshire; London;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Cruso; Cooper; Beresford;

DESCRIPTION Draft deed of appointment of a new trustee of the settlement made on the marriage of William Beaumont Badnall and Miss Jane Elizabeth Cruso, dated 1872 Challinor & Co., Leek.

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REFERENCE 672 LOCATION Box 4

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; London; Chesterfield, Derbyshire; Bowden, Cheshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Cruso; Cooper; Eardley; Brearley; Bright

DESCRIPTION Draft conveyance of 3 houses and premises No.s 5, 7 and 9 Stockwell Street, Leek, Staffordshire from the trustees of the settlement made on the marriage of William Beaumont Badnall and Miss Jane Elizabeth Cruso, to William Beaumont Badnall, dated 1892. Challinor & Shaw, Leek. Coloured scale plan of site. The houses were occupied by Miss Hawkesworth, John Fallon and Thomas Harrod.

 

REFERENCE 673 LOCATION Not put away

PLACES Thorpe, Derbyshire; Leek, Staffordshire; Canada.

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Cruso; Boswell; Challinor; Shaw; Fawcett;

DESCRIPTION Letter dated 24 July 1894 from William Beaumont Badnall at Thorpe near Ashbourne, Derbyshire to Challinors & Shaw, solicitors, Leek, Staffordshire concerning a letter he had received from H.B Cruso. Cruso's letter asked for Badnall's opinion as to whether a gift to him and his family by the will of his father to take effect if the real estate should not amount to more than 8000 dollars net of charges, etc.was revoked by a codicil.

 

REFERENCE 674 LOCATION Box 4

PLACES Leek, Onecot, Kingsley, Hanley, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Berresford; Ford; Cook; Bourne;

DESCRIPTION Trustees of Mr. & Mrs. W.B.Badnall's marriage settlement. Particulars of mortgage securities dated 16 July 1883. The mortgagees were Mrs. Sarah Badnall for property on Church Street, Leek 210: Mrs. Berresford for property at Kingsley, Staffordshire 72-13s-10d; Thomas Cook for property at Onecot 500; Thomas & Charles Ford on property at Hanley 2000; and John Bourne on property at Hilderstone, Staffs. 5585.

 

REFERENCE 675 LOCATION Box 4

PLACES Leek, Burslem, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS May; Millward; Badnall; Challinor;

DESCRIPTION Memoranda, dated 18 April 1873, of a conference with Mr. Milward and Mr. Badnall in the case of Messrs C & J. May of Sneyd Colliery, Burslem versus the North Staffs. Railway Company concerning C & J. May's marl pit. Challinor & Co., Leek. The document contains estimates of profits for one year. The cost of producing marl was put at 1s 6d per ton and receipts for one year were estimated at 5364 on the basis of a selling price of 5 shillings a ton. The estimated value of the plant was 4000 and the capital in the brick and marl works at 3500.

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