Ref NoD4899/33
Title(1-29) Properties to the south of Chesterfield Market inc Brown's Yard, the Tan Yard, the Hat Factory and in the Shambles including the Royal Oak Inn and adjoining Malthouse (parties to the deeds: Seale-Wheldon-Cooper-Hutchinson- Harrison-Bourne-Rooth-Hadfield and Sons Ltd; Wyldbore-Outram)
Date1728-1922
DescriptionIncluding: D4899/33/1 Marriage settlement, John Seale to Ann Savidge of Ashby Old Park, Ashby de la Zouch (Leicestershire) Royal Oak Inn in tenure of Thomas Oswell with adjoining malthouse in tenure of Godfrey Mercer and Tanyard in tenure of Samuel Oldham, Chesterfield; messuage with the Malthouse, Jackson's Pingle and land in various fields, Markeaton, 1728 D4899/33/1-29 Properties to the south of Chesterfield Market etc 1728-1922 D4899/33/2 Revocation of uses John and Ann Seal to Joshua Wheldon 1736 D4899/33/8 Conveyance of three houses between Market Place and River Hipper, 1791 (Heath and Rooth - Rooth) D4899/33/9 Copy will Joshua Wheldon, 1798 D4899/33/10 Abstract of title of Susannah Wheldon, Joshua Wheldon and Elizabeth Wheldon to properties in Chesterfield and Brimington, 1806 D4899/33/13 Abstract of title of George Gosling to messuages, Malthouse, warehouse, candlehouse, dyehouse, gardens and premises on the south side of the Market Place, Chesterfield, 1816 D4899/33/21 Sale particulars and Plan, 1826 Lot 1: Two messuages between Market Place and River Hipper in possession of John Toplis and Alice Wells Lot 2: Newly built brick house with two cottages, hat factory, dyehouse, work- shops and outbuildings Plan of above lots with details of occupation No scale. Size 41 x 24 cm D4899/33/26 Abstracts of title George Henry Strutt as mortgagee of Mr Harrison, 1873 D4899/33/29 Conveyance of eleven house in Brown's Yard with plan scale 1 inch : 41.66 feet. size 23 x 23 cm 192
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