Bednall Collection Part 2 (BC2) No.s 726 to 750   

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726

Leek, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire; Liverpool, Lancashire; Manchester; Guelph, Wellington County, Canada;

Appointment, dated 20 April 1855, of new trustees under the marriage settlement of the Reverend William and Mrs Elizabeth Rose Badnall of Wavertree, Liverpool. The parties to the document were Thomas Johnson late of Liverpool, brewer but then of Guelph, Wellington County, Canada, West North America; John Parr late of Liverpool but then of Walton on the Hill, Lancashire, brewer; Elizabeth Rose Badnall wife of the Reverend William Badnall of Wavertree, near Liverpool, Archibald Findlay of Manchester, merchant and William Beaumont Badnall of Leek, Staffordshire. W. B. Badnall and Archibald Findlay were appointed in place of Thomas Johnson and John Parr. Document also includes the appointment of Edward Challinor of Great Fenton House, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire as a trustee on 21 November 1872.

Badnall; Johnson; Parr; Findlay; Wynne; Dodge; Martin; Smith; Clifford

727

Leek, Staffordshire; Leicester;

Receipts signed by Arthur Robert Badnall;

[1] Receipt for an advance of £87-14s-2d on the security of his trust money, dated 5 October 1888 and signed by Arthur Robert Badnall.

[2] Receipt for an advance of £10 on the security of money under the trusts of the marriage of the Rev. William Badnall and Miss Elizabeth Rose Parr and the trusts of the will of Mrs. Elizabeth Rose Parr, dated 19 December 1889 and signed by Arthur Robert Badnall, Rose Elizabeth Badnall and Florence Mary Badnall.

[3] Receipt for an advance of £30 on the security of money under the trusts of the marriage of the Rev. William Badnall and Miss Elizabeth Rose Parr and the trusts of the will of Mrs. Elizabeth Rose Parr, dated 1 June 1889 and signed by Arthur Robert Badnall, Rose Elizabeth Badnall and Florence Mary Badnall.

[4] Receipt for an advance of £38-1s-9d on the security of money under the trusts of the marriage of the Rev. William Badnall and Miss Elizabeth Rose Parr and the trusts of the will of Mrs. Elizabeth Rose Parr, dated 4 August 1889 and signed by Arthur Robert Badnall, Rose Elizabeth Badnall and Florence Mary Badnall.

[5] Receipt for an advance of £10 on the security of money under the trusts of the marriage of the Rev. William Badnall and Miss Elizabeth Rose Parr and the trusts of the will of Mrs. Elizabeth Rose Parr, dated 15 April 1890 and signed by Arthur Robert Badnall, Rose Elizabeth Badnall and Florence Mary Badnall.

[6] Authorisation, dated 3 March 1899, by Arthur Robert Badnall and his daughter and only surviving child, Florence Mary Sault to William Beaumont Badnall and William Saddington Watson, trustees of money under the trusts of the marriage of the Rev. William Badnall and Miss Elizabeth Rose Parr and the trusts of the will of Mrs Elizabeth Rose Parr, to sell shares and raise money to pay Messrs Challinors & Shaw, of Leek, solicitors, £30 which they had advanced to A.R. Badnall and his daughter. Document is signed by Arthur Robert Badnall and Florence Mary Sault.

Badnall; Parr; Challinor; Watson; Shaw;
728 Thorpe near Ashbourne, Derbyshire; Leek, Staffordshire;

 [1] Receipt by William Beaumont Badnall late of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex but then of Thorpe near Ashbourne, Derbyshire, for £800 secured to him by an indenture dated 6 April 1867 between Eleanor Smith, Charles Clifford and his wife Eliza, William Pen Smith, William Beaumont Badnall and William Saddington Watson of Leek, Staffordshire. relating to money held in trust for Mrs Ellen Badnall wife of the Reverend James Badnall, under an indenture dated 24 September 1884 between William Wykeham Badnall, the Reverend James Badnall, Arthur Robert Badnall, William Saddington Watson and William Beaumont Badnall. 

[2]Receipt by William Beaumont Badnall late of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex but then of Thorpe near Ashbourne, Derbyshire, for £500 secured to him by an indenture dated 26 November 1869 between Edward Jones, William Beaumont Badnall and William Saddington Watson of Leek, Staffordshire. relating to money held in trust for Artur Robert Badnall for life, under an indenture dated 24 September 1884 between William Wykeham Badnall, the Reverend James Badnall, Arthur Robert Badnall, William Saddington Watson and William Beaumont Badnall.

Badnall; Parr; Watson; Jones; Clifford; Smith;
729 Fenton, Stone, Staffordshire; Wansford, Hull, Yorkshire;

Deed of settlement on the marriage of Thomas Hornby of Cattleholmes, Wansford near Hull, Yorkshire and Miss Harriet Martha Badnall of Hilderstone Villa, Stone, Staffordshire, dated 12 March 1875. The settlement gave Harriet £150 a year for life. Edward Challinor of The Manor House, Fenton, Staffordshire was also a party to the settlement.

Badnall; Hornby; Challinor; Musty; Greenhill;
730 Stone, Staffordshire;

[1] Bank book for the Manchester & Liverpool District Banking Co. Ltd in account with the executors of Mrs Elizabeth Rose Badnall deceased, 1884. The executors were William Beaumont Badnall and W. Saddington Watson.

[2]

 Badnall; Watson;
731 Wavertree, Liverpool, Lancashire; … Hill, Shropshire;

[1] Settlement made previous to the marriage of Miss Elizabeth Rose Parr of Wavertree, Liverpool and the Reverend William Badnall M.A. of Wavertree, Liverpool, dated 26 June 1833. The other parties to the settlement were Thomas Johnson of Wavertree, brewer, and John Parr of Liverpool, merchant. The settlement mentions a trust set up on the marriage of James Parr and his wife Rose for life and then to the use and benefit of their children, involving Parr's Tenement in the Manor of West Derby. Elizabeth Rose Parr was one of the children of James and Rose Parr. The sale of Parr's Tenement (10 acres) raised £746-6s-8d.

The document carries a note that it was used in the case of the Rverend James Badnall and Elizabeth his wife versus William Saddington Watson and William Beaumont Badnall in the matter of the will of Mrsd Elizabeth Rose Badnall and of Badnalls' settlement of 2 June 1882, in Chancery. 

[2] Appointment, dated 26 June 1833, by Miss Elizabeth Rose Parr of Wavertree, Thomas Parr of Lythwood Hill, Shropshire and the Reverend William Badnall of Wavertree to Thomas Johnson of Wavertree, brewer and John Parr of Liverpool, merchant, of new trustees and assignment of £1000 upon trust under the will of the late Miss Hannah Parr of Wavertree dated 27 April 1833.

Parr; Badnall; Johnson; Oughton; Cheetham; Gladstones;
732 Liverpool, Lancashire;

Abstract of the title of Thomas Parr of to a leasehold piece of land (29ft by 64 ft) on the North side of Ann Street, Liverpool for the residue of a term of 75 years, dated 1852. The Mayor and Aldermen of Liverpool had leased the land to Thomas Dover of Liverpool, in 1851, for building purposes. Dover promised to erect a building of not less than £600 value on the site.

Parr; Mullion; McDougal; Dover;
733 Wavertree, Liverpool, Lancashire;

[1] A letter addressed to Miss Parr, Liverpool, from George B. Carter dated 29 September 1830. This relates to pews in Wavertree Church and states that the executors had asked £140 for the pew "occupied by you and the one at the back in which you have two sittings for your servants". An annual ground rent of £4 was also payable.

[2] A letter addressed to George B. Carter, solicitor, Castle Street from H. Parr of Wavertree and dated 13 November 1830. She states she will give £130 for the pews provided she had "no charge in conveying them to me".

[3] Copy of a letter from H. Parr of Wavertree.

 Parr; Carter; Eden;
734 Endon, Staffordshire;

Probate of the will of Mrs Elizabeth Rose Badnall of Endon, Staffordshire, widow. Her will is dated 25 May 1882 and was proved in the Principal Registry on 10th January 1884 by William Beaumont Badnall, nephew of the deceased, and William Saddington Watson. Bequests are made to her surviving children William Wykeham Badnall, the Reverend James Badnall and Arthur Robert Badnall. It carries railway company stamps and notes concerning its exhibition to two banks and its use in Chancery in the case of the Rev. James Badnall & Elizabeth his wife versus William Saddington Watson and William Beaumont Badnall

Badnall; Watson; Kay; Challinor;
735 Stockton-on-Tees, Durham; Wavertree, Liverpool, Lancashire; Leek, Staffordshire; Probate of the will of the Reverend William Badnall, Vicar of Wavertree, Liverpool who died on 28 July 1859. The will is dated 30 May 1846 and probate was granted in the Principal Registry on 6th June 1860 to Elizabeth Rose Badnall, widow of the deceased and the Reverend Hopkins Badnall and William Beaumont Badnall nephews of the deceased. The will lists the testator's children as Mary Elizabeth, William Wykeham, James, Arthur Robert and Harriet Martha Badnall. Only one specific bequest is made -that of a silver tea urn that had belonged to the testator's mother, which he gave to his son William Wykeham Badnall. In the will Hopkins Badnall is described as "of Stockton-on-Tees in the County of Durham, Clerk". Badnall; Watson;
736 Leek, Staffordshire;

Conveyance in Fee of three messuages, houses, gardens and land at the bottom of Derby Street, Leek, Staffordshire by Thomas Smith of Knivedon, Leek, gent and John Sleigh of Leek, gent, devisees in trust under the will of Miss Ann Davenport, to Mrs Catherine Whillock of Leek, widow, dated 22 June 1827. The land included Dragon Fields bounded on the West by Ball Hay Street and on the South by intended new street to be called Queen Street. A schedule of deeds is attached running from 1738 to 1827 which shows that the property originally belonged to Joseph Pedley who borrowed money from William Badnall on the security of it.

Davenport; Sleigh; Smith; Barlow; Plant Lowndes; Whillock; Pooley; Jolliffe; Badnall; Moreton; Davenport; Farrington; Bakewell; Gratton; Thornycroft; Mellor; Pilsbury; Challinor; Buxton; Phillips; Ford; Lowndes; Finney; Godwin; Hordern; Cruso; Gould;
737 Endon, Leek, Fenton Culvert, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire; Deed of covenant by Thomas Fenton Grosvenor of Leek, Staffordshire, esquire, and his wife Mary with John Cruso of Leek, Staffordshire, to levy a fine of estates in Staffordshire, dated 25 March 1826. The document lists all there holdings in Leek, Fenton Culvert, Stoke-on-Trent, and elsewhere in Staffordshire. It includes tithes and also Leek Market tolls. Grosvenor; Cruso; Keates; Bentley; Salt; Ridd; Barlow; Peacock; Lovatt; Meakin; Birchenough; Etches; Mollatt; Wooliscroft; Birch; Potts; Ashton; Large; Hilliard; Robinson; Tatton; Phillips; Ford; Sleigh; Stonehewer; Hunt; Lees; Critchlow; Hanney; Spode; Stretch; Thompson; Ball; Lockett; Challinor;
738 Wavertree, Liverpool, Lancashire; Lawon, Cheshire;

Grant by John Carter of Liverpool, merchant, the Reverend William Carter of Lawton, Cheshire and James Taylor of Liverpool gent, to Miss Hannah Parr of Wavertree, Liverpool, Lancashire, of pews numbers 55 and 96 in the north gallery of Wavertree Church, dated 18 December 1830. Hannah paid £125 for the pews which the Carters had purchased from the Dannell family in 1806

Carter; Dannell; Parr; Taylor;
739  Macclesfield, Cheshire; Bradnop, Overhulme, Leek, Staffordshire; Indenture of bargain and sale by William Cartwright of Over Hulme, Staffordshire, yeoman to William Plant of Stonycliffe, Leek, Stafforshire of two close of land in Bradnop, Leek, Staffordshire, dated 30 January 1692. The other parties to the sale were Cartwright's wife Hannah, Thomas Oldham of Macclesfield, Cheshire, button man and Sarah his wife (who was the mother of William Cartwright), John Cartwright of Overhulme, Staffs., skinner (brother of William Cartwright), and Richard Edge of The Acre, Staffordshire, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife. The document was signed and sealed by all the parties. Witnesses were: John Houghton; William Mills; Thomas Needham; Isaac Morris; Sarah Morris, William Taylor and John Pedley. Cartwright; Plant; Oldham; Edge; Houghton; Mills; Taylor; Pedley; Needham; Morris.
740 Manchester

Assignment of three messuages in Lord Street and 10 houses in Elsworth Street, Cheetham, Manchester by Miss Hannah Snape and Miss Teresa Snape of Manchester, Ann Finn (formerly Ann Snape) wife of Thomas Finn of Manchester, mill manager, Thomas Finn and Samuel Bednal of Manchester, stationer, to Thomas Finn and Matthew Bergin of Manchester, dated 23 June 1875. Bednal had bought the property when it was put up for sale for £3320 but had been unwilling to complete the purchase.

Snape; Finn; Bergin; Bednal;
741 Leek, Staffordshire; Printed schedule of lands and property belonging to the Leek Town Lands Trustees 16 June 1902. Heath; Jones; Gaunt; Beaumont; Peach; Myatt; Tatton; Thompson; Smith; Benson; Rushton; Pegg; Day; Simpson; Sillito; Brealey.
742 Cheadle, Leek, Staffordshire; Market Lavington, Wiltshire;

Agreement, dated 24 March 1849, between the Reverend George Bourdon Rogers of Market Lavington, Wiltshire and George Rogers of Leek, Staffordshire, yeoman and William Fynney Johnson of manchester, Josiah Astles of Leek, Staffs., silk manufacturer,  John O'Donnell, of leek, Staffs., pawnbroker, Joseph Hambleton of Leek, Staffs., innkeeper, and Micah Wooliscroft of Cheadle, Staffordshire, grocer, relating to deeds to Harehouse Farm, Leek and other lands which were in the possession of the two members of the Rogers family and which they agreed to produce copies of when needed.

Rogers; O'Donnell; Astles; Johnson; Hambleton; Wooliscroft; Vaudrey; Gaunt;;
743 Leek, Staffordshire;

[1] Inventory and valuation of the household furniture, bedding, linen, plate etc, the property of the late Henry Bermingham of Ladydale, Leek, Staffordshire who died on 16 February 1903. Valued by W. H. Walwyn, cabinet maker of 61 St. Edward Street, Leek on 20 March 1903 at the sum of £153-14s-6. Attched to this is a balance sheet of the partnership firm of H. Bermingham & Sons, silk manufacturers. 

[2]Mr Shaw's report and observation to the Leek & Moorlands Building Society on the value of the real estate of Henry Bermingham deceased, dated 18 November 1910. Lists the property with rents and rates and names of some occupants.

 [3] Balance sheet for Henry Bermingham & Sons of Leek, Staffordshire, silk manufacturers on 17 July 1915 and trading and profit and loss accounts for the year ending 17 July 1915, Bourne Bullock & Co., Chartered Accountants, Leek, Staffordshire.

[4] Oath for executors in the High Court of Justice re the estate of Henry Bermingham of Leek, Staffordshire, silk manufacturer who died on 16 February 1903.

 Bermingham; Walwyn; Walters; Massey; Hartley; Arckoll; Blade; Brassington; Baddeley; Baker; Carr; Johnson; Hand; Magnier; Platt
744 Edgbaston, Birmingham; Leek, Staffordshire;

Draft conveyance of a silk mill, houses and lands and premises known as Euston Mills in Wellington Street, Leek, Staffordshire, by Job White of Leek, Staffs., silk manufacturer, and Herbert Trafford of Leek, Staffs., silk manufacturer, and Cyril Henry Bermingham of Leek, Staffs., retired silk manufacturer to Joseph Francis Bermingham of Leek, Staffs., silk manufacturer, dated 1 March 1920. Euston Mill was formerly Nixhill Mill and was in Wellington Street, Leek.

White; Bermingham; Trafford; Smyth; Allen; Heaton; Shaw;
45 Snelston, Derbyshire; Regent's Park, London;

[1] Epitome of the will of William Pennell (19 May 1873) and his daughter Mary Jane's settlement on marriage to the Reverend Clement Francis Broughton of Snelston, Derbyshire. Challinor & Co., Leek, Staffordshire. A pencil note on the cover states " The Rev C. F, Broughton died 16 August 1879 Mrs Broughton had died sometime before 14 November 1876".

[2] Minutes, dated 1 April 1885, as to proving the will of Francis Bryan Hand of Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, solicitor, who died on 13 March 1885, his trusteeship of the Broughton Settlement and aspects of Sneyd trusts. Hand's will appointed C. J. E. Broughton as executor;

Pennell; Broughton; Kinnersley; Sneyd; Giffard; Hand; Halcombe; Hutchinson;
746  Leek, Staffordshire;

Documents relating to the Leek Spun Silk And Manufacturing Company Limited, Gordon Mills, Leek, Staffordshire;

[1] Letter from J. D. Jackman on company headed paper to Messrs Blagg Son and Mayfield, solicitors, concerning the administration of the estate of Ellen Masson James. It mentions the registering of the Letters of Administration and arrangements for the payment of dividends to Miss Francis Sarah Brealey of Daisy Bank, Leek.

[2] Printed letter from H. C. Wade, liquidator of 1 Martin Street, Stafford, dated 26 September 1959, headed "Leek Spun Silk And Manufacturing Company Limited in members voluntary liquidation", announcing a first dividend of 38 shillings on a nominal share value of £2.

[3] Printed "Final Report to Members" from H. C. Wade, liquidator of 1 Martin Street, Stafford, dated 26 September 1959, headed "Leek Spun Silk And Manufacturing Company Limited (in members voluntary liquidation)". It presents two possible courses of action and states he had decided to work through the raw material and stock in process to final spun silk stage, spinning it into types of yarn which seemed to have the best prospect of a market, dispose of the machinery and then the mill, while trying to find purchasers for them.

[4] Two letters relating to shares in the Leek Spun Silk & Manufacturing Company Limited held by Lieutenant Colonel W. F. Challinor D.S.O.

Jackman; Wade; Blagg; Mayfield; Wade; Carter; Hinks; Robinson; Halfpenny;
747 Leek, Staffordshi re;

Three cheque books of Challinor & Shaw, of Leek, Staffordshire, solicitors dated[1] 30 October 1905 to 29 January 1906; [2] 17 January to 27 February 1920 and [3] 14 May to 18 June 1920 respectively. They contain references to payments to (amongst others) members of the Badnall family. [5 January 1905 J. E. Badnall; 21 January 1920 Mrs J.E. Badnall deceased £100; 23 January 1920 Ethel M. Badnall 13s 6d; 27 January 1920 Norman Lockyer £1-8s-0d and Evelyn C. Browne 19s-3d; 27 January 1920 Gertrude Badnall £1-12-6, Florence Wilson £1-12-0, also Craven, Machell and Angas; 6 January 1920 Norman Lockyer £4-6s-8d; 18 February 1920 Constance Machell; 27 February 1920 Constance Machell; 20 May 1920 Executors of Mrs J. E. Badnall £850; 21 May 1920 Executors f Mrs J. E. Badnall £10;

Challinor; Shaw; Badnall; Sleigh;Dakeyne; Barnett;Smith; Scragg; Hammerlsy; Bowcock; Tunstall Sneyd;
748 Leek, Staffordshire;

Documents relating to Mrs Fowler of Highfield, Leek, Staffordshire, deceased;

[1] A receipt issued by William Blore deputy to Richard Dean, for 13s -7.5d church rate received from John Leech agent for the executors of Mrs Fowler, dated 10 May 1848.

[2]List of property and income tax due from the executors of the late Mrs Fowler for the half year from property in Leek Frith, Staffordshire, occupied by William Bowcock, Mrs Fowler's executors, James Stevenson and Samuel Shawcross, dated 24 January 1848. Signed as received by William Taylor, collector, on 26 January 1848.

Blore; Dean; Fowler; Leech; Stevenson; Shawcross; Ttaylor; Bowcock;
749 Thorpe, Derbyshire; Leek, Staffordshire;

Letter dated 24 March 1896, from William Beaumont Badnall of Thorpe near Ashbourne, Derbyshire to Mr Howard, Leek, Staffordshire. It concerns Badnall's absence from William Challinor's funeral which took place in Leek that day and his wish that his absence should be accounted for in the Leek papers in any account that might be made of those who attended the funeral. He had, he said, been a friend of Challinor's for fifty years and had been prevented from attending by "a recent indisposition".

 
Badnall; Howard; Challinor;
750  Leek, Staffordshire;  Printed sales particulars of freehold property in Leek, Staffordshire for sale by auction at the Red Lion Inn, Leek on 28 February 1828. Cruso, Leek, The property included the Red Lion Inn and a house adjoining, in the Market Place, Leek, houses on Spout Street with gardens and a shade behind and four farms (New Grange, Gunside and Franklins Hay, Horsecroft and Taylor's Green) in Leekfrith, Tittesworth and Horton. Cruso; Braddock; Griffin; Heywood; Coupland; Grosvenor; Abbott; Critchlow; Thompson; Meakin; Horn; Wood; Bowyer;Osborne; Corbishley; Pimlott; Rudyard;
 

 

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