Bednall Collection: No.s 801 to 825

The Bednall Archive 

Last updated 04/05/2004


REFERENCE 801 LOCATION Transfer Box 79

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Tharme; Melville; Laugharn; Milner; Biddulph; Stringer; Ince; Moore; Howard;

DESCRIPTION Miscellaneous bills/receipts dated between 1794 and 1796 paid by Richard Badnall of Leek, Staffordshire on behalf of the Gentlemen of the Leek Hunt. (1)William Howard's bill for one hat -5s dated 18th October 1794 and settled 27 November 1795. William Moore's bill for a huntsman's suit 10s 6d, a waist coat and coat mending 2s 6d, and mending bretches 6d. Total 13s-6d; (3) Joseph Tharme's bill 30 January to 2nd June 1795. Total 2-10s-8d for fetching and fleeing carcasses from Bradshaw and Meerbrook (10 on nine occasions). The Bill was settled on 13th June 1795. (4) Miss Margaret Melville's bill dated 23 February 1795 for 10 Ormskirk doses for dogs -15s. The bill was settled on 13th June 1795. (5) Joseph Tharme's bill for 20 June to 4th September 1795. Total 2-1s -..d for fetching and flaying carcasses (9 in all) from places such as Bottom House and Rudyard. (This is signed Thomas Paynton on the back. (6) John Stringer's bill dated October 20th 1794 It carries the heading R. Badnall fo J. Biddulph and included 6.125 yards of fine green cloth, 2 yards corduroy, 2.5 yards flannel, 1 yard fustian16 , pockets 9, silk 122, twist 8, tape 2, 18 buttons -18, 2.5 dozen ditton 16, shalloon 4.5, Thr 6, ....8 Bucm 10, Facing 4 Laces 2. The bill was paid on 30 November 1795; (7) John Stringer's bill dated December 24th 1795. Total 2 -10s -0d for 2.125 yards superfine blue cloth , 7/16 yard superfine buff cloth, calico, canvas, Bucrm, thr., tae, Dimmity and pockets. It was settled on 26 January 1796. (8) Miss Margaret Melville's bill dated 4 August 1795 for 5 Ormskirk doses for dogs 7/6. Settled November 30th 1795. Receipt signed by James Ince which carries a note "Hunt". (9) John Milner's bill dated 3 December 1794 for malt and hops 2 -8s -7d. Settled . Calculations of some sort on the back which may be connected with amount of malt and hops used and give an annual figure of 16.

 

REFERENCE 802 LOCATION Transfer Box 79

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Bednall; Ashton; Billinge; Buxton;Maddock; Cope; Walwyn;

DESCRIPTION Miscellaneous bills/receipts dated between 1794 and 1796 relating to goods, etc. purchased by Mr.& Mrs. Richard Badnall of Leek, Staffordshire. (1) John Ashton's bill dated 20 December 1794 to 17 October 1795 for cleaning and repair of clock and the supply of a brass mortar and pestle -Total 13s-0d ; (2) J. Buxton's bill for period from 5th February 17 to 14 January 1796 Total 28 -12s-0d. The bill includes gloves in tan and fawn, printed calico, muslin and silk handkerchiefs, white cotton hose, pockets and facings, dimmity, superfine cambrick,"Percion Sash", diaper, Dutch tape, white alum, India muslin, Gold Lace and scarlet cloth, embroidered hat, silk hose, white lace, striped London printed calico, a brown childs cap, pillow fustian, white lace, blue fan, wash leather gloves, a paper hat; (3) James Billinge's bill for 18th December 1793 to 17 December 1794 which was paid on 2 July 1795. Total 1-1s-11d. The bill is mainly for soaling, healing, foxing, binding and vamping Mr. and "Mrs.Bednell's shoes". (4) Mary Maddock's bill dated 1794 for 12 European Magazines -12/-; (5) Mary Maddock's bill dated 1795 for 4 packs of cards - 8/- ("settled the above for Mother Jas. Maddock"); (6) Mary Maddock's bill dated 1795 for 6 European Magazines 6/-. This was settled on 18 July 1795. It also carries a further note " paid to Mrs.Walker for newspapers, 4d left unpaid the year before & post letter 6d" Richard Badnall signed that he had settled the account on 17 November 1795; (7) James Walwyn's bill 11 April to 16 December 1795. Total 3-0s-11d for shoes and slippers and shoe repairs. The items include "Spanish slippers", "childrens red morroco pumps and slippers" and the sealing, vamping and binding of shoes. It was settled on 11 April 1795. On the back of the document is a list of costs for a journey - Supper 2s 6d, Horse 2s, Turnpike 6d, Servant at Inn 1s-6d, Carriage? of Trunk 1s, Man going over & expences 1s 6d; (8) Eli Cope's bill for the period from 25 March 1791 to 1st July 1795 which was settled on 24 July 1795. Total 5-2s-6d for medicines etc. The items listed include" Alterative Pills, Drawing a tooth, Purging Salts, Spirituous Embrocation, Nervous Drops, Camphorated Oil, Ingredients for Anodyne Fotus, Pectoral Pills, Anodyn Draught, Stomach Decoction, Antiscorbutic Ointment (cook), Laudanum, Astringent Pills, Indorific Drops, Emetic Powders, mixture for a child, Inoculation Physic, Collyriums for the eyes, Mixture for a child .. 2 y.

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REFERENCE 803 LOCATION Transfer Box 79

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Manchester;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Wright; Harrocks; Cope; Lovatt; Barlow; Hordern; Barker; Bode; Clulow; Buxton; Ryles; Billinge; Swann; Stringer; Etches; Froggatt; Roper; Gould;

DESCRIPTION Miscellaneous bills/receipts dated between 1794 and 1796 relating to goods, etc. purchased by Mr.& Mrs. Richard Badnall of Leek, Staffordshire. (1) Thomas Wright's bill 17 January to 6 December 1795 which was settled on 11 January 1796. Total 5-12s-0d. Items relate to jobs about the house, wood, nails, tacks, hanging bells in the house, 2 small clothes maids, a white stand, putting up a bed, putting lock on garden gate, towl roller and brackets, fitting knobs to a dresser, repairs to a mash rows, putting up blinds, putting up a large swing table in the kitchen, repairing a mahogany card table. Some of the workers names are mentioned i.e. Michael Lovatt, Cope,, ?brother, ?son, Barlow. (2) Edward Hordern's bill for 6th January to 11 December 1795 which was settled 25 February 1796. Total 10-1s-5.75d. Items are mainly textiles and similar materials such as double milled kersey, callico, quilting, pockets and facings, welsh kersey, muslin handkerchiefs, double twilled Florentine, gingham, long lawn, yellow Florentine, silk lace and thread, white cotton tassels, blankets, elastic cloth, Irish linen, womens kid gloves, card table covers. (3) John Barker's bill 10th May to 19th December 1795 settled 27 February 1796. Total 3-19s-0d. Items relate to uniforms including undress uniform suit, silk waistcoat, straps and pistol case, great coat, making, fitting and repair of coat and breeches. It also includes the altering and binding of carpets for the parlour and staircase and the making of a cushion for a pew in the church. On the back of this receipted bill is a list of expenditure on, principally, clothing in 1796 namely : "A mixr Ch. gin Mr.Hordern 6/-, Hunt coat & waist coat from Mr. Stringer paid for -Blue & Buff, A drab great coat from Mr. Joseph Ryle Manchester 7/-, 20th February. a pair of gloves -Buxton 2/2, Recd a pair of Cavalry Air.. at same time being the third pair ruined, A pair of new boots from Billinge. 20th February, A new hat from Buxton at 16/-, 20th May A waistcoat from Buxton at , August A hat from Buxton 1-1s. (in pencil below- Barley... Oats... Bran...; (4) B. Swann of ?Manchester bill dated 17 February 1795 and addressed to Mrs.Badnall. It was settled on 30 June 1795 and carries a note "Madam, I am sorry I could not sent it before hope you will receive it safe and if you are in want of anything else I shall be happy to oblige". The item purchased was a French stewpan which cost 13s 9d. (5). M. Clulow's bill for 10th February to 10th April 1795. It was settled on 30 January 1796 and the receipt was signed A. Bode, ex(ecuto)r M. Clulow. Total amount 4s-3d making and repairing coats, breeches etc. but includes " making a cover for a ...ass for the bottom of a door. (6) James Billinge's bill 6th February to 6th October 1795 which was settled on 18 November 1795. Total 2-3s-11d. The bill was for boot and shoe sales and repairs. On the back of this are pencilled notes including 5lb 12 oz mutton at 5d/lb Wednesday 18 April paid. The other items appear to be business or estate transactions and include a note which says "Do the assignees pay the interest?" (see original) (7) Ellen Etches bill 29 March to 19th December 1795 which was settled on 30th January 1796. Total 3-18s1d. The items listed include Irons and stands, hair slide, tub brushes, cambrick and thrum, a gallon boiler, furnace bars, polished steel snuffers, hand hammer, brass weights, copper seals and an iron pot. 

 

REFERENCE 804 LOCATION Transfer Box 79

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Manchester;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Lucas; Gibbs; Webb; Milner; Richardson; Sutton; Mollatt; Challinor; Walthall; Etches; Andrews; Beard; Bagley; Yates; Taylor;

DESCRIPTION Miscellaneous bills/receipts dated between 1794 and 1796 relating to goods, etc. purchased by Mr.& Mrs. Richard Badnall of Leek, Staffordshire. (1) James Lucas's bill for 2 loads of malt and grinding and 5 stone of hops supplied between 25 March and 20 October 1795. The total was 4-14s-0d and the bill was settled on 25 November 1795. (2) Joseph Gibbs receipt, dated 6 February 1795, for 6-15s half year's interest due to Frs. Richardson (as trustee to Humphrey Webb) and Mrs. Mary Milner on 300, which was received from Richard Badnall of Leek, Staffordshire. (3) William Challinor's receipt for the sum of 18 due to the executors of Mr.Walthall deceased from Richard Badnall as one years rent for Walthall's house. (4) Nathan Sutton's bill, dated 1795, for a jar of raisons, almonds, lemons and oranges. Total 5s-7.5d. The receipt was signed by J. Mollatt on Sutton's behalf. On the other side are lists made by Mrs.Badnall one of which includes meat, chicken, butter, flour, ca..., and "rolls for Mary" - total cost 1-1s-7d and the other currents, apples, lemons, sugar, letters and a payment to Mr.Etches totalling 17s-4.5d. (5) Mr. J. Andrew of Manchester's receipt dated 11 March 1795 for the cost of one mans hat 1-1s-0d. (6) E. Bagley's receipt re the purchase by Richard Badnall of a coal hammer on 23 February 1795. The bill for 1s-10.5d was settled on the 18 April 1795. (7) Thomas Beard's bill dated May 1795 for 1 pint of scarlet runner beans, leeks, spinage, mustard and cress, lettuce and turnips, late cabbage and a bunch of red plants. Total 2s-0d. (8) Joseph Gibbs receipt, dated 10 August 1795, for 6-15s half year's interest due to Frs. Richardson (as trustee to Humphrey Webb) and Mrs. Mary Milner on 300, which was received from Richard Badnall of Leek, Staffordshire via John Fynney. Mrs. Milner received 1-4s-3.5d and Richardson 5-10s-8.5d. (9) William Yates bill for the period 3rd June to 4th October 1795. Total 3s-6d for cleaning windows and cleaning a "pine cinque". The bill was settled on 23 January 1796 and the receipt was signed by Ann Yates. (10) George Taylor's bill for 20th July to 8th December 1795. Total 6-5s-5d. The items bought were foodstuffs -flour, bacon, malt, hops. 

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REFERENCE 805 LOCATION Transfer Box 79

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Manchester;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Beadnall; Frost; Atkin; Yates; Bakewell; Fynney; Stonehewer; Knight; Stretch; Lee;

DESCRIPTION Miscellaneous bills/receipts dated between 1794 and 1796 relating to goods, etc. purchased by Mr.& Mrs. Richard Badnall of Leek, Staffordshire. (1) Joseph Frost of Macclesfield's receipt for goods dated 27 July 1795 -Total 19s-0d. (2) Ollivant & Sons & Nephew of Manchester receipt dated 7 August 1795 for 4 silver labels, a skewer and a machine cork screw. Total 2-9s-0d. (3) William Atkins bill for a pair of breeches dated 1 August 1795. (4) George Moor's bill dated 15 August 1795 for "binding Hall's Dictionary 3 vols in calf and extra gilt and marbled" 2-2s-0d. Settled 24 September 1795. (5) William Yates bill 20 September 1794 to 1st January 1795. Total 19s-7.5d. Settled 25 March 1795. This bill is headed " Mr.Beadnall to Wm Yates" and related to a sash square in the parlour and to 15 more at various times. (6) William Bakewell's receipt for 1-8s-6d dated 15 August 1795. The receipt was written on the back of an old envelope addressed to "Mr. John Fynney, To be left at the post office Manchester". (7) Thomas Knight's bill dated 13 July 1795 for blue bravin, glazed linen, cambrick, buckram, tape, pockets and velvet. Total 1-11s-7.5d. (8) Samuel Stonehewer's bill dated 3 October 1795 for whitewashing and colouring the staircase. Sam and his son carried out the work which took 4 days. They charged 12/- for their labour, 1/6 for the colour for the staircase and 4/- for the whitewash - Total 1-3s-6d. The bill was settled on 28 December 1795. (9) Job Stretch's bill dated 5 October 1795 for cutting and repairing coffee mill. Total 1s-6d. The bill was settled on 7 January 1796. (10) Thomas Lee's bill for 19 September to 5 December 1795 for cleaning and balling ? breeches. Total 2s-8d. Settled 11 January 1796.

 

REFERENCE 806 LOCATION Transfer Box 79

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Paisley, Scotland;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Fynney; Daintry; Holroyd; Devill; Wright; Harrocks; Etches; Strainge; Douglas;

DESCRIPTION Miscellaneous bills/receipts dated between 1794 and 1796 relating to goods, etc. purchased by Mr.& Mrs. Richard Badnall of Leek, Staffordshire. (1) John Fynney's bill dated 24 September 1795 for taking a grate from Mr.Fynney's down to Mr.Daintry's old house 118 lbs. Total 1-4s-7d. There is also a separate calculation at the bottom which states 3-12-11.5 Hunt minus 1-4-7 (Fynney's bill) = 2-8s-4.5d. This seems to indicate that the cost was being charged either to a man named Hunt or to the "Hunt". (2) Joseph Holroyd's bill dated 10th October 1795 for "making good the smoke jack and pulling down furnace and setting up two. Myself 2.25 days -5s-7.5d, Man 2.25 days - 4s-6d, mortar 4s-6d, Team leading brick and mortar 6d. Total 15s-1.5d. Settled 4th January 1796. (3) S & J. Devill's bill dated 26 October 1795 for 4 dozen candles at 9/- a dozen and 4 mould candles at 10.5d. Total 1-19s-6d. Settled 1 December 1795. (4) James Harrocks bill dated 10 November 1795 for 2 cloak pins and a spigot. Total 9d. The bill is headed Mr.Wright for Mr.Badnall and the receipt is signed Thomas Wright. (5) John Douglas of Paisley bill dated 9 October 1795 for sarconett muslin. Total 3-14s. On the back there are further entries which may relate to the same firm and concern muslin aprons, a sprigged shawl and muslin handkerchiefs -Total 1-18s-6d. Below is the note " JF - Cr(editor) 27 Nov 1794 26 quart bottles 10th October 1795 14.25 lb cheese. Elsewhere on the back of this bill are the following Mrs.Fynney 20 November 1795 2yards 7n of muslin 3/3 ....7s-11.5d paid. Mrs. Etches 1.25 yards ditto (muslin) Mrs E Strainge 2 ditto (muslin).

 

REFERENCE 807 LOCATION Transfer Box 79

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Cruso; Bostock; Mills; Jones; Porter; Barker;

DESCRIPTION Lease for a year, dated 5th September 1803, by William Badnall of Leek, Staffordshire, silk dyer, and eldest son of Joseph Badnall of Leek, silk dyer, deceased, who was heretofore the eldest son and heir of William Badnall of Leek, dyer, by Esther his wife formerly Esther Bostock daughter of John Bostock of Congleton, Alderman all deceased, Richard Badnall of Leek, Button, Silk & Twist Manufacturer and only youngest son of Joseph Badnall to John Cruso the elder of Leek, The document is on vellum and is signed, sealed and witnesed by two of the clerks to Mills, Cruso & Jones, solicitors, of Leek, John Barker and Sinckler Porter. The lease involved all the Badnall lands, workshops, warehouses, pews, etc. The consideration paid to each of them was 5 shillings and the rent one peppercorn. The lease was for the purpose of breaking an entail for the benefit ultimately of William and Richard Badnall. 

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REFERENCE 808 LOCATION Box 19

PLACES Leek, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire; Bunney, Nottinghamshire; Pilsbury, Derbyshire; Middlesex;

FIELD NAMES Foker Moor;

PERSONS Folwer; Challinor; Boultbee; Rowley; Gould; Badnall; Hunt; Flint; Molineaux; Towgood;

DESCRIPTION Draft abstract of the title of trustees of John Fowler to Land on Foker Moor near leek, Staffordshire. Challinor, Leek, dated 8 April 1847. Contains hand drawn plan showing plots285 to 290 on the west side of the Leek to Macclesfield Road at a point almost opposite Foker Moor Road. Title starts with a grant to Fowler by the Commissioners of the leek Inclosure.. It gives deaths of Fowler and Badnall and other information.

 

REFERENCE 809 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Inverness, Scotland;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall;

DESCRIPTION Stamped envelope post marked Inverness 21 September 1891, addressed to Mr.Badnall, Thorpe, Ashbourne, Derbyshire . It has Photos written in pencil on the front and contains 5 photographs of William Beaumont Badnall and his wife.

 

REFERENCE 810 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Osbourn; Bednall;

DESCRIPTION Thomas Osborne's receipt, dated 17 September 1881, for "work done at Mr.Bednals property in Stockwell Street repairing roof. The work took one day and cost 5s-6d including 2 shillings worth of materials. Thomas Osborne made his mark.

 

REFERENCE 811 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Chesterfield, Derbyshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Black; Marshall; Challinor; Herbert;

DESCRIPTION Letter dated 17 May 1895 from Black and Marshall, solicitors, of Church Lane, Chesterfield to Challinor's & Co. re Mr.& Mrs.Badnall's trust. It relates to their witnessing 6 transfers of stock in the Caledonian, Manchester, Sheffield & Lincoln and the North British railways with a total value of 1750. The transfers were forwarded to Messrs Herbert & Sons.

 

REFERENCE 812 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; London;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; May; Challinor;

DESCRIPTION Letter dated 29 November 1873 from William Beaumont Badnall at Lincolns Inn, London to Challinor's & Co. re the case of Mays versus the North Staffordshire Railway Co. It concerns a fee for the brief and suggests that 100 in addition to the fee marked on the brief would be sufficient. 

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REFERENCE 813 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Purchas;

DESCRIPTION Draft of receipt sent by William Challinor to Olivia and Arthur Purchas 23 March 1871. They were to acknowledge the receipt of 200 and of 50-18s-8d from William Challinor as Trustee under the wills of Miss Charlotte Challinor and Mrs. Mary Badnall. as the balance of a legacy and share of Olivia Purchas under the wills of Charlotte Challinor and Mary Badnall.

 

REFERENCE 814 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; London;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Worthington; Bacon; Cruso;

DESCRIPTION Official notice from William Challinor to Mrs. Anne Cruso, William Beaumont Badnall and Hugh Ford Bacon that by virtue of a deed dated 11 July 1873 Andrew Jukes Worthington of Leek, silk manufacturer had mortgaged his silk mill in or near Brunswick Street, Leek, Staffordshire, to him as security for 512-12s-6d. The property had previously been mortgages to the three persons to whom the note was addressed. William Beaumont Badnall signed an acknowledgement on the back on 12 July 1873 whilst at his Lincolns Inn address.

 

REFERENCE 815 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Leekfrith, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Bailey; Shaw; Newall; Brealey; Cruso; Bacon;

DESCRIPTION Notice, dated 25 February 1891, to Edward Bailey of The Fold (otherwise Sheephouse ) Farm, Leekfrith, Staffordshire of the calling in of the mortgage principal of 4000 plus interest owing to W.B.Badnall and Anne Cruso. The mortgage was taken out on 2nd June 1871 and was to be paid off 6 months after receiving notice to do so. The original mortgagers included The Revd Hugh Ford Bacon and Thomas Brealey both since deceased. Badnall and Cruso were going to put the property up for sale if the monies were not repaid. A note by W. Newall on the back states that he had personally served the notice on the 5th February 1891.

 

REFERENCE 816 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Thorpe, Derbyshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Brealey; Mackrell; West; Gailey; Davenport; Wright; Jennings; Birch; Phillips; Turner; Barker; Knowles; Mellor; Barker; Barlow; Swindells; Osborne; Phillips; Grace; Woodhead; Fowler;

DESCRIPTION (1) Thomas Brealey & Son in account with William Beaumont Badnall 1878 to 10 October 1882. It includes rents paid by Robert West, Henry Davenport, Miss Mellor, F.W.Jennings, Edgar Gailey, Parrs Banking Co. James Wright at Thorpe, and Samuel Birch. Payments are made to Wm Knowles a bricklayer and S. Mackrell a joiner and Edwin Phillips, painter, for repairs to some of the houses. Other entries include the payment of the Mrs.Badnall's and the Revd Hopkins Badnall's life insurance policy premiums, Charles Turner's bill for two cheeses in 1878 and 1879, to W. Barker for the land and property tax, the building of a new wall at and repairs to Dr Gailey's house, Thomas Brealey's 3 years salary for collecting rents (12-12s) and for the purchase of the Thorpe property, its valuation and attending the sale. (2) Brealey's receipts (wrapper only) for Revd. Hopkins Badnall's and Mrs.Badnall's Clerical Life Insurance premiums 8th August 1871 to 8th August 1881; (3) Receipt for payment to J. Bloor 23 December 1881. (4) Receipt for payment to Thomas Osborne 18 September 1880. (5) Receipt for payment to Charles Turner for cheeses purchased between 1879 and 1880. (6) Receipt for payment to Charles Turner 6 October 1880. (7) Receipt for payment to J. Clarke 23 December 1881. (8) Receipt for payment to H. Davenport for repairs 8 April 1879. (9) Receipt for payment to James Fowler for 1.5 days work painting hurdles at Stockwell Street, Leek (5/-) 17 March 1882. (10) Receipt for payment to William Davenport dated 21 July 1882. (11) Receipt for payment to Thomas Osborne 15 September 1882. (12) Receipt for payment to W. Fowler 3rd February 1882.

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REFERENCE 817 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; London.

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Gregory; Challinor; Hall; Bacon; Cantrill; Hill; Rowcliffe;

DESCRIPTION Copies of letters from Messrs Gregory & Co. of 1 Bedford Row, London to Messrs Challinor & Co. of Leek, Staffordshire dated 15 & 16 April 1867 -"For Mr.Badnall". The letters concern the case of Hill versus Challinor and allocation of cost. In one part it states that "Mr. John Cantrell wishes Mr.Badnall to argue the point about the costs being thrown upon his farm, for him". (See Bed Coll. 818 re Oxhay Farm, Bradnop, Leek, Staffs.) The writer of the letter also asks whether Mr. Bacon had had the brief delivered to him. Badnall's address is given as 7 New Square, Lincolns Inn.

 

REFERENCE 818 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Bradnop, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Cantrill; Challinor; Tomkinson; Debank; Phillips; Brealey; Pickford; Wardle; Worthington; Gibson; Johnson; Sant; Cook; Lees;

DESCRIPTION Schedule, dated 25 January 1890, of deed and other documents relating to Oxhay Farm, Bradnop, Leek, Staffordshire belonging to Mr. George Cantrill and mortgaged to William Beaumont Badnall for 1500 and interest at 4%. The deeds start with an abstract of title dated 1815 and an indenture of lease and release between (1) Joseph Lay (2) Thomas Tomkinson and William Debank (3) John Cook and (4) William Lees and end with the mortgage to Badnall dated 25 January 1890.

 

REFERENCE 819 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Bradnop, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Cantrill; Challinor; Tomkinson; Debank; Phillips; Brealey; Pickford; Wardle; Worthington; Gibson; Johnson; Sant; Cook; Lees;

DESCRIPTION Second version of Bed Coll. 818 of a schedule, dated 25 January 1890, of deed and other documents relating to Oxhay Farm, Bradnop, Leek, Staffordshire belonging to Mr. George Cantrill and mortgaged to William Beaumont Badnall for 1500 and interest at 4%.

 

REFERENCE 820 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Whitchurch, Shropshire; Thorpe, Derbyshire;

FIELD NAMES Foker Moor;

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Brealey; Bailey; Gould; Bacon; Martin; Cole;

DESCRIPTION Draft release, dated 25 March 1892, by William Beaumont Badnall of Thorpe, Derbyshire to the Leek & Moorlands Building Society, of the Fold Villa and an adjoining close of land, now called Upper Foker Moor (9a-3r-13p) in Leekfrith, Leek, Staffordshire. Challinor & Shaw, Leek. Fold Villa was erected by Edward Bailey on part of Upper Foker Moor and was formerly occupied by George Henry Gould. The indenture was between (1) W.B.Badnall (2)Edward Bailey and (3) the Leek & Moorland Building Society. It mentions that T. Brealey died on 25 July 1871 and Hugh Ford Bacon of Whitchurch, Salop on 30 December 1882. It subsequently cites an indenture dated 30 December 1891 between (1) W.B.Badnall (2) The Society (3) Edward Bailey and (4) George Martin which itself stated that 4000 principle was owed to W.B.Badnall under a mortgage dated 2 June 1871 plus 300 interest. This sum was paid off by Geo. Martin and the property conveyed by Badnall at Bailey's direction and by The Society's direction, to George Martin in fee simple. The main document (which was a mortgage to cover 169 of unpaid capital) was to be witnessed by Mary Jane Cole -Mrs.Badnall's maid at Thorpe. 

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REFERENCE 821 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Castleton, Derbyshire; London;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Brealey; Bailey; Bacon; Davenport; Van Tuyl; Davenport; Longley; Arkwright;

DESCRIPTION Draft mortgage, dated 2 June 1871, by Edward Bailey of Fold Farm, Leekfrith, Leek, Staffs. to William Beaumont Badnall of 5 Stone Buildings, Lincolns Inn, London, the Reverend Hugh Bacon Ford of Castleton, Derbyshire, and Thomas Brealey of Leek, Staffs., Land Agent. The mortgage was of the Fold Farm and an adjoining close of land, now called Upper Foker Moor (9a-3r-13p) in Leekfrith, Leek, Staffordshire. Challinor & Shaw, Leek. Bailey had bought the property for the Revd. George Horatio Davenport and Harry Tichbourne Davenport on 1st June 1871 for 4300?. The mortgage related to the provision of security for this sum. The schedule of deeds starts with an indenture dated 18 June 1867 between G.H and H.T. Davenport, the Revd. George Arkwright, Arthur James Wigram and Henry Longley. A note adds that the deeds relate to the Park House property as well as to the Fold.

 

REFERENCE 822 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Canada;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Cruso;

DESCRIPTION Piece of silk dress said to have been sent by Mrs.Badnall to Kate Cruso to have been part of one of Mrs. Badnall's evening dresses. It was said to have been cut up when she couldn't wear it to balls anymore. Thought to be over 300 years old but this is unlikely. Ex-Challinor & Shaw, Leek, Staffs. Date and origin unknown.

 

REFERENCE 823 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Shaw; Burnett; Walwyn; ; Carding; Phillips; Woolley; Brealey;

DESCRIPTION Conditions of sale, dated 27 October 1904, relating to the sale by auction of No.s 5, 7, & 9 Stockwell Street, Leek, Staffordshire held at the Town Hall on that date. The houses were or had recently been occupied by Dr Burnett, W.H.Walwyn and Joseph Carding. The frontage to Stockwell Street was 85 feet 8 inches and the total site area 636 square yards. Challinor & Shaw. The contract on the rear page stated that an agreement had been signed between Joseph Challinor and Thomas Shaw and John William Woolley of Leek, Land Agent, for the purchase of the property for 1350. A 10% deposit was paid. Title to the property commenced with a deed of conveyance dated 18 November 1892 between (1) Joseph Challinor and Joseph Bright (2) William Beaumont Badnall and Jane Elizabeth his wife and (3) William Beaumont Badnall. This is followed by an agreement dated 16 August 1904 between (1) Joseph Challinor and Thomas Shaw and (2) Jane Elizabeth Badnall and (3) Sydney Mountcastle Phillips for tenancy and occupation of part of Dr Burnett's house. 

 

REFERENCE 824 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; Thorpe, Derbyshire;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; May; Adams; Searight; Robinson; Lockyer; Machell;

DESCRIPTION Draft account of William Beaumont Badnall acting for the Venerable Hopkins Badnall the surviving trustee under the marriage settlement of Mrs. Harriet Hopkins May deceased, dated 21 July 1847. The document is provisionally dated 1892 and at the bottom it states: "We the undersigned Charles May, Grace Adams, Ada Harriet Searight, Edith Robinson, Maud Elizabeth Lockyer, Constance Machell and Walter Edward May who are all the children of Harriet Hopkins May late of Leek, Staffordshire, widow, deceased and the parties entitled on her death to the funds subject to the trusts of her marriage settlement mentioned above, do hereby respectively acknowledge that we have examined the before written accounts and are in all respects satisfied therewith & that we have respectively received from Mr. William Beaumont Badnall of Thorpe near Ashbourne, Esquire, acting for his brother the Venerable Hopkins Badnall D.D. the surviving trustee under the said settlement....".
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REFERENCE 825 LOCATION Transfer Box 38

PLACES Leek, Staffordshire; London;

FIELD NAMES

PERSONS Badnall; Challinor; Gregory;

DESCRIPTION Letter, dated 9th November 1885, from Gregory & Co. 1 Bedford Row, London concerning draft costs in the case re Allen which had been "taxed by the Master this morning". They drew Challinor & Co.s attention to the fees paid to Mr. Badnall for which they had been unable to get vouchers " Mr.Badnall having relinquished practice". They thought the fees had been paid by Challinors and asked them to send the vouchers.