RepositoryDerbyshire Record Office
Archive Reference / Library Class No.D1564/7
TitlePlan of the River Derwent from Blackbrook to Lawn Farm, Belper, including Belper Mills, showing the Horseshoe Weir which was built in 1797 and shaded to show where the land flooded as a result
DescriptionSurveyor: James Hicking
Scale: 1 inch to 4 chains
Extent1 roll
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Archive CreatorStrutt family of Belper
Physical DescriptionSize: 64 x 82 cm
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RelatedMaterialThis item appears to correspond to a large bundle of papers relating to a dispute between William and Samuel Ward and the Strutts concerning weirs, flood-gates and embankments on and near the Derwent. It is particularly referenced in D3772/T19/10/7 Brief for Defendants, 23 Mar 1808, which gives a detailed account of the weirs on the river, referring to the same shading as on this plan.
AcknowledgementsAdditional catalogue description provided by Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Great Place Scheme project volunteers 2018.
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