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D2535

Hurt family of Alderwasley

Family and estate papers of the Hurt family of Alderwasley Hall, Derbyshire and Castern Hall, Staffordshire and their predecessors, the Fowne [also Fawne] family and the Lowe family. The majority of the documents comprise title deeds, settlements, and estate correspondence concerning Alderwasley, Ashleyhay, Crich, Morley Park, Heage and Wirksworth, chiefly 16th-20th centuries, including leadmining in Crich and lead smelting, coal and ironstone mining at Morley Park, 16th- 19th centuries. A 1536 lease refers to the supply of 4000 loads of wood a year from Alderwasley manor for the burning...

1428-[20th cent]

D2535/M

Family and estate records

 

17th-18th cent

D2535/M/1

Alderwasley and Ashleyhay Estate papers (items /1-65), title deeds (items /66-90), shrievalty (/91-93)

 

17th-18th cent

D2535/M/1/1

Survey of Banks, Ashleyhay by Samuel Hutchinson, with assistants John Blackwall and Mr Bower. Scale: 5 chains to 1 inch [Private enclosure]

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Survey of a Piece of Ground called the Banks Lying in Ashleyhay by Mr. Sam Hutchinson of Carson taken in year 1721 And alotted by him and his Assistants Jon. Blackwale and [-] Bower of Cawloe to the persons under mentioned. Surveyor: Samuel Hutchinson with John Blackwall and Mr Bower. Scale: of 5 chains [1:4000] Size: 36 x 24cm. Materials: ink on...

1721

D2535/M/1/2-9

Bills and receipts for lag and a line of foal, legal expenses, oats, rents, builders expenses

 

1724-1729,

D2535/M/1/10

Account of the "stence" (stints) of Carsington pasture (the Hill, the Brecks Hill and Coshill) - with list of owners and stint payment.

18th cent

nd

D2535/M/1/11

Draft valuation or rental of land at Carsington

 

mid 18th cent

D2535/M/1/12

Note from Thomas Walker with notes on rents on back

 

1729

D2535/M/1/13-15

Notes on poor rate assessment, land tax and church rates

18th cent

1728

D2535/M/1/17

Draft Carsington rental

 

c1730

D2535/M/1/18

Estate account for Carsington - repairing Tower Head stable etc

 

c1730

D2535/M/1/19

Blacksmith's bill to Charles Hurt

 

1726

D2535/M/1/20

Letter John Beresford to Charles Hurt request to borrow £50

 

1732

D2535/M/1/21

Memo on Nether Castern taxes, Staffordshire

 

c.1730

D2535/M/1/22

Bill Ploughing and repairs to "icirus"

 

1726

D2535/M/1/23

Inventory Goods of John Fletcher distrained by Charles Hurt- estate accounts 1733 - 1734 on back

 

1733-1734

D2535/M/1/24-31

Bills (attached to D2535/M/23)including candles, soap and rent memoranda

 

1728-1733

D2535/M/1/32-38

Bills, memos and rent receipts

 

1731-1732

D2535/M/1/39

Draft notes for survey and rental of Alderwasley and Ashleyhay including water corn mill, Smithing mills and lead mill; acreages divided into land, meadow, pasture and wood

 

mid 18th cent

D2535/M/1/40

Letter Ger(vase?) Rosell to Charles (?) Hurt- requesting £15 to lend to "Nann"

 

1731

D2535/M/1/41

Letter Duke of Devonshire to Hurt- asking for his vote. Farm accounts on rear

 

1732-1733

D2535/M/1/42

Draft accounts for wood and rents

 

1721-1722

D2535/M/1/43

Receipted payments for wheat and peas

 

c.1730

D2535/M/1/44

Notes and prices for sale and purchase of oats

 

c.1730

D2535/M/1/45

Note on Willmot's estate at Alsop

[18th cent]

nd

D2535/M/1/46-57

Receipted bills for oats, shoes, blacksmith, husbandry utensils and repairs

 

1719-1732

D2535/M/1/58

Rental- part of Alderwasley

[18th cent]

nd

D2535/M/1/59

Letter J E Leeke to Charles Hurt- Mrs Port's death and bequest to Justice FitzHerbert and Mrs Betty FitzHerbert of Tissington estate for life

 

1725

D2535/M/1/60

Account of Widow Harrison's goods

 

1725

D2535/M/1/61

Draft letters- C Hurt's man borrowing money from Mr Gell- gift of hare and pheasant

[early18th cent]

nd

D2535/M/1/62

Copy will Nicholas Hurt of Castern, devising property at Castern to his wife for life, with reversion to sons Roger and Nicholas, 27 Jul

 

1637

D2535/M/1/63

Survey Commons at Millhay allotted to John Lowe and commoners [? private enclosure]

 

c1740

D2535/M/1/64

Letter Sam Hutchinson to C Hurt- share in Ashleyhay enclosure [see D2535 M/1/1]

 

1721

D2535/M/1/65

Rental and survey Ashleyhay and Millhay showing copyholders' and freeholder's parts of common [D2535 M/1/1]

?1721

1721

D2535/M/1/66-69

Leases of tithes in Nether Castern (Duke of Devonshire and others - N and C Hurt)

 

1742-1751

D2535/M/1/70-90

Manor of Over Castern and Nether Castern, Staffordshire: Title deeds

 

1670-1875

D2535/M/1/72

Exemplification of recovery Philip Gery against Sampson Baker, the manors of Over Castern and Nether Castern with app and one messuage, 400 acres of land, 80 acres of meadow, 520 acres of pasture, 140 acres of furze and heath and 50 acres of moor in Over Castern. Nether Castern, IIam, Stanshope, Wetton and Mayfield, Staffordshire

 

1671

D2535/M/1/73

Deed to levy a fine. Charles Hurt, Francis Hurt, Anthony Hurt, Henry Hurt (1) Thomas Brown of Hungry Bentley, Derby and Gervas Rossell of Wirksworth (2) - for the docking of estates tail on manors of Over Casternand Nether Castern and Lawrence Wright's part of IIam Moor and Dovedale. (1) agree with (2) they will levy a fine before the end of coming Easter term

 

1710

D2535/M/1/74-75

Final concord and counterpart - Thomas Browne and Gervase Russell Esq. plaintiffs and Charles Hurt, gent, Francis, Anthony and Henry Hurt gents, deforciants of the manors of Over Castern and Nether Castern and 3 messuages, 2 cottages 200 acres of land, 80 acres of meadow, 220 acres of pasture, 150 acres of furze and heath, 40 acres of moor in Over Castern, Nether Castern, IIam, Stanshope, Wetton and Mayfield. £600 consideration.

 

1711

D2535/M/1/76-77

Family settlement and counterpart Charles Hurt (1) Mercy Hurt for ensuring payment of £1000, the portion or fortune of MH (1) has demised to (2) a part of the manors of Over Castern and Nether Castern (as before) for 1000 years at a peppercorn rent: null and void if CH pays to MH £1000 on 15 Apr 1715

 

1715

D2535/M/1/78-79

Family settlement and counterpart (Charles Hurt - Grace Hurt) Demise for 1000 years for securing payment portion of £1000 of ? of manors of Over Castern and Nether Castern 31 Aug

 

1710

D2535/M/1/80

As D2535/M/1/76+79 but Mary Hurt spinster 31 Aug

 

1710

D2535/M/1/80-81

As D2535/M/1/76 - 77

 

1710

D2535/M/1/81

Counterpart of D2535/M/1/80

 

1710

D2535/M/1/82

Lease Nicholas Hurt and Nicholas Hurt to George Cope All mines or veins of lead ore in Castern, for 21years. Rent: 2 shillings for every nine dishes of lead mined. Dated 14 Oct

 

1669

D2535/M/1/83-84

Assignment of manor of Over Castern and Counterpart (William Fitzherbert and others - Ferdinando Lowe and Luke Vallence)

 

1670

D2535/M/1/85

Demise by Nicholas Hurt (1) Robert Willimott eldest son of Nicholas Willimott of Grays Inn and Thomas Catesbie of Osmaston (2) (a) appointment by (1) that Philip Gery of Osmaston shall be possessed of an annuity of £200 for the maintenance of his wife Isabella for the residue of a term in an indenture of 1 Jan 1647 (b) demise by (1) to (2) of all his estates in Staffs and Derbyshire for 40 yrs for better securing the payment of the £200 Dated 21 Jan

 

1663

D2535/M/1/86

Deed to lead to the recovery of Over Caston manor [see 1/83] N Hurt the elder (1) N Hurt the younger (2) William Fitzherbert of Tissington, Robert Willimott of Grays Inn, Thomas Rudyard of Rudyard, Christopher Lea of Mayfield (3) Sampson Baker servant to Nicholas Willimott serjeant at law (4). Making provision for the payment of all the debts on (1) and for making provision for the portions of the younger children of (2). (1) and (2) agree to suffer a recovery of the manors of Over Castern and Nether Castern together with the portion of Ilam Moor and Dovedale known as Laurence Wright's...

 

1669

D2535/M/1/87

Feoffment by Nicholas Hurt of Castern (1) gent, to Henry Jackson of Stansopp (2) in consideration of £349, of a close, meadow or pasture called Weille Close in Nether Castern in occupation of HJ, a parcel of ground 1 rod in a close called Byshorne in Upper Castern, parcel of ground called the Rakes 1 rod by est with all appurtenances 18 October

 

1617

D2535/M/1/88

Final concord between Gervase Rossell Esq.and Anthony Hurt plaintiffs and Charles Hurt and Katherine his wife deforciants of the manor of Alderwasley and Ashleyhay 20 messuages, 22 cottages, 4 mills, 530 acres of land, 130 acres of meadow, 670 acres of pasture, 270 acres of wood, 700 acres of furze and heath, and pasture for 36 cattle in Alderwasley and Ashleyhay, Belper, Carsington and Wirksworth, and the manors of Over Castern and Nether Castern, and three messuages, 2 cottages, 150 acres of land, 80 acres of messuages, 320 acres of pasture, 100 acres of furze and health, 50 acres of moor...

 

1728

D2535/M/1/89

Marriage settlement. Marriage of Nicholas Hurt and Elizabeth Lowe and Nicholas Hurt senior and Philip Gery to suffer a common recovery of the manors of Over Castern and Nether Castern, and part of Ilam Moor to various uses

 

1670

D2535/M/1/90

Albert Frederic Hurt of the Outwoods, nr Derby Esq. Lord of the manor of Heage (1) Isaac Bourner of Crich gent (2) grant of mines and minerals under several pieces of copyhold land in Manor of Heage, Barn Close, Shore or Dicks Pingle, Dicks o "th" Hill Lane - 6 acres 1 rood 36 perch. Long Close 3a 1r 38p N and NW parts of the Well Close 4a 1r 37p the Patch 1a 2r 04p NW part of Lower Town Field 3a or 18p -including bed of clunch or fire clay supposed to be 80 yds deep - plan on back with area delineated in red: dial and measure the area worked each half year Royalties mentioned but sums not...

 

1875

D2535/M/1/91

Appointment of Francis Hurt as Sheriff of Derbyshire (with bond and account)

 

1814

D2535/M/1/92

Quietus roll

 

1814

D2535/M/1/93

Great roll

 

1813-1814

D2535/M/2

Crich leadmining (items /1-12), Manor of Alderwasley and Ashleyhay title deeds (/13-23), Settlement on Marriage of Cassandra Hurt to P Gell (/24-27), Settlement on Marriage of Elizabeth Hurt and Thomas Webb Edge (/28-31), Settlement on marriage of Elizabeth Hurt and Thomas Webb Edge and to wills of Francis Hurt died 1783 and Francis Hurt died 1801 (/32-35), Catherine Port's Charity (/36-57), Settlement on Marriage of Mary Hurt and Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Goodwin Keats (/58-63), Marriage settlement of Miss Anne Hurt and Thomas Gell (/64-68)

D2535/M/2/1-12

1778-1836

D2535/M/2/1

Crich mines bargains book Containing memos of bargains for mining lead and "sparr", repairing engine and other tasks

 

1781-1800

D2535/M/2/2

"An account of all the veins belonging to Crich Sough within the manor and liberty of Crich"

 

1778

D2535/M/2/3

Agreement between the proprietors and partowners of Ridgway Sough and the partners in mines: Leather Ears, Bacchus Pipe, Pearson Venture, Crooked Rake and Ferney Nook, Captains Venture, Pig Trough,Red Rake, Rodneys Taker Meer, Rodney Barkers Field - proprietors agree to keep open the sough 1/6 of all free ore to be paid to sough proprietors - level of standing water to be measured by plumb line - partners and proprietors to depute two persons to settle all disputes- schedule of mines with list of partners in each Ridgway Sough (proprietors also scheduled)

 

1803

D2535/M/2/4

Minutes of a meeting of the proprietors of Ratchwood Mine in which they agree not to pay any composition to the proprietors of Cromford Sough on account of its neglected state

 

c1835

D2535/M/2/5

Letter William Brittlebank to Francis Hurt re forefeiture by proprietors of Cromford Sough to their claim to composition having allowed the Sough to be abandoned and "run in"

 

c1836

D2535/M/2/6

Covering letter to 2/4 and 2/5

 

1836

D2535/M/2/7

Copies from records of Wirksworth Barmaster. Notice of the proprietors of Ratch- wood Mine that no composition is due from them to the proprietors of Cromford Moor or Meerbrook Sough - to the Bar Master of the Liberty of Wirksworth

 

1824

D2535/M/2/8

Notice by the solicitors of John Alsop and Co, some of the shareholders in the Ratch- wood Mine, to the mine agent that they will carry on the working of the mine within three days unless the agent puts into full and mineral workmanship the part of the mine "southwardly and eastwardly" which was lately in workmanship

 

1826

D2535/M/2/9

Covering letter for D2535/M/2/7 and 2/8 Brittlebank to Hurt

 

1835

D2535/M/2/10

Letter from Andrew Brittlebank (William's son) to Francis Hurt re the title to Old End mine, Crich with schedule of documents handed over to P Hubbersty

 

1835

D2535/M/2/11

Bill. W and A Brittlebank to the partners in the Ratchwood Mine (Charles Hurt et al)

 

1824-1826

D2535/M/2/12

Other papers relating to Crich lead mining. Handbill advertising sale of land in Winster property of Robert Long Esq.

 

1835

D2535/M/2/13

Surrender by Thomas Pickard and Susannahis wife of a messuage or dwelling house in Alderwasley with orchard and garden and 2 closes 5 acres called the Backsides to use of Thomas Pickard for life with remainder to Susanna for life and admittance of Susanna Pickard, fine of £3

 

1769

D2535/M/2/14

Admittance of Thomas Pickard grandson of Thomas Pickard above to premise as above Fine £10

 

1808

D2535/M/2/15

Feoffment Francis Hurt to Thomas Pickard - in consideration of £18 - a piece o parcel of land north west of a lane in Alderwasley called Town Gate adjacent a yard of TP's on which a stable is built, another piece or parcel of land lying at the bottom of a close called the Nethermost Homestead 2 rood by est, and a parcel of land staked out and adjacent a garden in Alderwasley belonging to Thomas Pickard.

 

1815

D2535/M/2/16

Presentment of death of Thomas Pickard and admittance of Susanna and Ann Pickard - fine £10

 

1815

D2535/M/2/17

Surrender by Susanna Pickard spinster one of daughters of late Thomas Pickardof property as before to uses declared in her will and admittance - fine £5

 

1844

D2535/M/2/18

Surrender by Arthur Erdswick Broster and John Barker (trustees named in Susanna Pickard's will) in consideration of £300 of property as before to use of AF Hurt for ever.

 

1885

D2535/M/2/19

Mortgage of property as in 110 etc by A F Hurt to Messrs J and C J M Hallewell for £300+ 4% interest and reconveyance 5 Aug 1895

 

1886

D2535/M/2/20

Release by Crown Life Assurance Company to Albert Frederic Hurt of Alderwasley Hall Esq. from a mortgage for £15000 of the manor of Heage and a house, bakehouse and use of pump with three closes 6a 3 35p in Fritchley in occupation of Thomas Bowmer 31 Mar 1876

 

1876

D2535/M/2/21

Bundle of executorship accounts extracts from parish registers, correspondenceand other papers relating to the executorship of Lady Keates, widow of SirRichard Goodwin (Francis Hurt was an executor)

 

1885

D2535/M/2/22

Probate of the will of George Smith of Alderwasley, labourer

 

1867

D2535/M/2/23

Deed of covenant between Nicholas Hurt and Elizabeth his wife, sister and heir of John Lowe of Alderwasley; their children and Henry Balguy of Hope reciting the will of John Lowe, 1 Oct 1788, of which Henry Balguy one of the devisees - now agreed between all the parties that Balguy should convey and surrender the property as follows:- Copyhold messuages lands, etc of John Lowe in Holmesfield, reversion of property in Matlock (immediately after decease of Elizabeth Turner) to use of Francis Hurt messuage and farm in Alderwasley in occupation of Richard Smith (£12 rt), messuage farm in...

 

1710

D2535/M/2/24

Bond by Francis Hurt to Philip Gell in £1200 to pay an annuity (charged on land at Heage and Calton) of £60 to Gell (as per marriage settlement)

 

1802

D2535/M/2/25-26

Marriage settlement by lease and release in trust, marriage of Cassandra Hurt and PhilipGell, settling estates at Kirk Langley, Meynell Langley and Littleover upon Cassandra, Philip the younger and their sons. Francis Hurt conveys to Thomas Bainbridge the younger of Woodseat, co Staff Esq. and Bradshaw Galliard of Edmonton,co Middx Esq., messuage in liberty of Heage ("Highedge") lately built by Francis Hurt, closes etc in possession Thomas Poyser at clear rent £95; closes etc in Heage in possession John and Thomas Hawkins at clear rent £23, awarded to Hurt in enclosure award for that part...

 

1776

D2535/M/2/27

Release Philip Gell to Francis Hurt Claim to trust lands in settlement above on account of annuity and sum of £2,000 due to him, in consideration of £2,000 paid by Hurt and annuity of £60 to be paid him (reciting that the marriage took place, but that Cassandra died soon after without issue) appointment of £2,000 by Gell to use of Hurt, and release of trust lands by Toplis who, with Ince, now dead, was trustee of the marriage settlement, to Francis Hurt

 

1802

D2535/M/2/28-29

Marriage settlement by lease and release in trust, in consideration of marriage between Elizabeth Hurt of Wirksworth and Thomas Webb Edge of Sherborne, co Warwick and of £4,000, part of Elizabeth's portion and £1,000 payable on the death of her mother Mary Hurt widow, to provide for Elizabeth's dower and for portions for the younger children (an eldest son being provided for). Edge conveys to Philip Gell of Wirksworth Esq. and Rev Barlow Evetts of Strelly, co Notts, clerk, 2 manor Sherborne and Over Norton or Norton Lindsey, the rectory of Sherborne, glebe lands, tithes, various messuages...

 

1785

D2535/M/2/30

Release Margaret Webb of Sherborne, Warwickshire, Thomas Webb Edge, herbrother. Having received £5,000 due to her under the will of her father John Webb (recited) and payable under the marriage settlement of John Webb and Margaret Edge dated 30 Ap, 1 May 1754 (recited), all sums payable to her out of the premises comprised in the settlement or out of the estate of John Webb

 

1785

D2535/M/2/31

Final concord Philip Gell and Barlow Evetts clerk plaintiffs, Thomas Webb Edge deforciant, Properties in parishes of Sherborne, Butlers Marston, St Mary in Warwick Wootten Wawen, Over Norton or Norton Lindsey, Rectory of Sherborne, tithes, 2 messuage of Sherborne and Over Norton or Norton Lindsey; £1,160

 

1786

D2535/M/2/32

Thomas Webb Edge of Notts. to Francis Hurt, inconsideration of payment of legacies of £4,000 and £1,000 left to Edge's wife Elizabeth by her father Francis Hurt of Alderwasley Esq. in his will dated 13 Feb 1782 (£4,000 to be paid after Hurt's death, £1,000 after Mary his wife's death) of claims to the Manor of Heage, properties at Morley Park and Heage in parish of Duffield and at Calton, Blore, Waterfall and Northfield in co Stafford and at Alderwasley and in parish of Crich, which were charged with the payment of the legacies of the will, and reciting inter alia that Mary Hurt died in...

 

1802

D2535/M/2/33-34

Lease and release Thomas Webb Edge, Richard Arkwright and John Toplis, devisees in trust and executors of Francis Hurt, to Francis Hurt, reciting that the testator left premises below to his devisees in trust to sell them to his son for £4,000 and such further sum as the premises purchased by him had cost when his son reached age 21, and reciting that Francis the son is now 21 In consideration of £4,000 for the iron works etc and £4,697 13s 5d for the lands, Edge Arkwright and Toplis convey to Hurt iron furnaces, iron works and forges in Alerwasley near the River Derwent with all dams...

 

1802

D2535/M/2/35

Thomas Webb Edge, Richard Arkwright and John Toplis, in consideration of £1,502 3s 7d paid them by Francis Hurt , release all right to premise mentioned below reciting in part the will of Francis Hurt, dated 13 Feb 1782 by which he charged the manor of Heage and other properties, with payment of legacies of his personal estate etc was insufficient for their payment, that he died 6 Aug 1783, that his son Francis made his will 30 Aug 1800,which recited that he had paid his father's debt and legacies of £4,000 to Edge and £3,500 to Rev John Moore in the whole £9,775 and his father's personal...

 

1802

D2535/M/2/36

Copy will Catherine Port of Ilam, Staffordshire, spinster, sole daughter and heir of John Port of Ilam Esq. decd. Refers to a lease dated 1 March 1719/20 of messuage and lands in Ballidon, Derbyshire and 3 parcels of land in Ilam, co Stafford, called Hoods Moor, Hall Moor and Ilam Moor, for 99 years from her death upon trust to pay £100 annually to persons mentioned in the lease, which is confirmed; other properties mentioned in the will are manor of Ilam, advowson of Ilam, parcel of land in Blore, Staffordshire

 

1722

D2535/M/2/37

Memorandum: "Some reasons offered to Mrs Port's Trustees to persuade them to distribute her money according to her intent" re dispute as to whether it may be paid to old clergymen

 

1728

D2535/M/2/38

Copy bond Rowe Port and George Newell bound in £510 to pay £255 by instalments to Richard Rawlinson John Blackshorne, Charles Hurt, Richard Fitzherbert, John Beresford and Roger Jackson.

 

1733

D2535/M/2/39-57

Accounts, letters, legal papers concerning dispute over payment of Mrs Port's charity. One, D2535/M/2/43 is endorsed with letter about wheat prices. Many of the letters are from Thomas Bedford to Charles Hurt

Nd, 1751,1758

1751-1758

D2535/M/2/58

Marriage settlement by covenant and declarationof trusts. In consideration of the marriage, Mary Hurt of Derby spinster covenants to transfer £3,700 Navy 5% Annuities into the names of Francis Hurt of Alderwasley Esq. and Sir John Borlase Warren of Stapleford Hall, co Notts. Bart and Keats covenants to invest £2,300 in purchase of Navy 5% Annuities and to purchase annuity of £400 for Mary Hurt's life both in the names of Hurt and Warren, within one month of the marriage; Hurt and Warren to hold in trust as to the £3,700. Annuities to pay dividends to Mary, as to Keat's purchases to pay...

 

Jun 1820

D2535/M/2/59

Settlement in pursuance of settlement Jun 1820, by which Sir Richard Goodwin Keats and Mary, Lady Keats, formerly Hurt, declare that they have carried out their undertakings in June deed, except that the annuity of £400 has been purchased for their joint lives instead of Mary's life only, and declaration by Francis Hurt and Sir John Borlase Warren that they hold the Navy 5% Annuities and the annuity of £400 in trust as in the deed of 26 June.

 

1820

D2535/M/2/60

Copy will and codicils Admiral Sir Richard Goodwin Keats

 

1883

D2535/M/2/61-63

Packet containing abstract of will of Keats, account of bonds money etc and receipt for the marriage settlement above, received by P C Le Geyt from Francis Hurt.

 

1834

D2535/M/2/64-65

Memorandum of proposed trusts etc of marriage settlement, and memorandum concerning a house owned by Mrs Hurt and (?) her daughters, including Anne, nd

 

1833

D2535/M/2/66

Marriage settlement Reciting that Thomas Gell of Gatehouse, Wirksworth Esq. has transferred £5063 16s 8d in £3 10 % Annuities and Anne Hurt of Derby spinster has transferred £5,700 in £3 10% Annuities, to Francis Hurt younger of Yeldersley Esq. and John Sherbrooke Gell of Standard Hill, co Notts, gent, and now in consideration of her marriage with Thomas Gell, Anne Hurt assigns to Francis Hurt and John S Gell, a bond securing £1,000 from Lord Vernon and his wife Frances Maria Warren Trusts of settlement are declared to be that Hurt and Gell hold the annuities and bond to pay the dividends...

 

1833

D2535/M/2/67

Letter Re purchase money for sale of house late occupied by Mrs Hurt in Friar Gate, Derby

 

1834

D2535/M/2/68

Envelope containing letter to ?Fr Hurt Esq. at Alderwasley, concerning payment of bills, mentioning a Mr Upperton, a valuation, and enclosing 2 bills for packing of china and clocks, from George Harling to 23 Brunswick Terrace, posted at Brighton, 20 Ap

 

1855

D2535/M/3

Morley Park deeds and associated papers including /1-29 Stanhope family including coal and ironstone mining, 1568-1767. /30-45 Spendlove family of Heage: title deeds, 1471-1592. /46-53 Wentworth family: title deeds: 1703-1768 (items 1-2), Spendlove Family of Heage title deeds (/30-45), Manor of Heage including Morley Park: Wentworth title deeds (/46-53), Wentworth correspondence re Heage coal & ironstone, leases 1764-1766 (/54-66), Notebooks & Papers of Francis Hurt (/67-148), Marriage settlement of Miss Grace Hurt and Richard Milnes (/149-155), Settlement on marriage of George Moore and...

 

1428-1871

D2535/M/3/1

Lease for 6 years Sir John Stanhope of Elvaston, Sir Thomas Hutchinson of Owthorpe, Nottinghamshire Timothy Leving of Derby to Walter Edge of Nottingham gent. Manor of Heage ("Hiedge") which had been conveyed by Edward Dichfield, John Highlord, Humfrey Clarke and Francis Mosse to Stanhope under annual fee farm rent of £16 8s 22d.

 

1629

D2535/M/3/2

"A Survey of Morley Park in the hamlet of Headge and parish of Duffield, The Lands of William Stanhope Esq." William Gent Surveyor -subdivided by tenant giving field names and acreages and ? reference to a map (missing) summarised at end, and giving total acreage as 561 acres 2 rood 10 perch

 

1677

D2535/M/3/3

Covenant Godfrey Wentworth of Wolley, Yorkshire. Lord of the manor of Heage and Isaac Bowmer of (Crich) miller Recites that Bowmer has a water corn mill in Crich owned by Earl Thanet, Bowmer and Shipley Kestever, which serves Crich and Heage, that a sough or level "now bringing up" to lead mines in Crich is expected to lay the mill dry, that Bowmer has agreed to purchase 2 acres in liberty of Heage next to River Amber on which to build another mill, that Wentworth in a deed poll of even date has given permission for a weir to cross the Amber at the Walker Hole, from lands of George Alton...

 

1753

D2535/M/3/4

Letter John Whitaker to Francis Hurt re crown rent reserved out of the manor of Heage, manner of paying it, other rents due to lord of manor, details concerning preparation of conveyance and fine relating to Morley Park, Heage.

 

1767

D2535/M/3/5-6

Lease and release Godfrey Wentworth to Francis Hurt In consideration of £16,000, of the manor of Heage or Highedge, Morley Park within the manor and in the township of Heage, Duffield, several messuages, cottages, lands belonging, heretofore in tenures of various named persons and now of various other persons in township of Heage and piece of ground, part woodland and part pasture, in township of Heage called the Graves or Highedge Graves containing 7 acres in occupation of David Ridge

 

1767

D2535/M/3/7

Bargain and sale Edward Dichfield salter, John Highlord skinner, Humprey Clarke dyer and Francis Mosses scrivener, all citizens of London (by direction of the City of London commissioners authorised to dispose etc of premises recently given to them (Dichfield etc) by the King at the nomination of the City) to John Stanhope of Elverstone and Timothy Leving of Derby, for 10 shillings paid to them and £420 paid to Robert Bateman, chamberlain of the City of London, of the manor of Highedge, to hold of the Crown by fealty and free and common socage, paying to the Duchy of Lancaster £16 8s 22d...

 

1630

D2535/M/3/8

Copy, of inspeximus dated 11 Ap 8 Charles [1632] of letters patent dated 25 Sep 4 Charles [1629] of grant to Edward Ditchfield, John Heighlord, Humprey Clarke and Francis Mosses, of the manors of Duffield, excepting the mill of Duffeilde and Hasselwood, Beaurper (mentioning Hoppingsmill and another water mill) excepting Morley Park, Holebrook, Highedge, Endrichey, Holland and Bigginge, excepting the liberty and jurisdiction of forest and chase of Duffield Frith; and the park of Beaurper, to hold as of manor of Endfield, co Middx by fealty and in free and common socage. [Many details of...

 

1632

D2535/M/3/9

Assignment of lease for 30 years in reversion Christopher Hatton of Holdenby, Northamptonshire. to Thomas Stanhope of Shelford, Nottinghamshire. Of the herbage and pannage of Morley Park (excepting sufficient pasture for the Queen's game and deer) and small pieces of land in parish of Spondon, reciting Crown lease dated 4 May 4 Elizabeth to James Cockeram of the herbage and pannage of Morley Park (excepting as above) for 21 years at rent of £4 13s 4d old rent and 2s 6d of new increased rent, Crown lease to William Brownell, Robert Locker, John Fulshawe, Hugh Brownell and Thomas Locker, of...

 

1568

D2535/M/3/10

Assignment of lease Thomas Stanhope to Laurence Wright of Snelston and William Brownell of Stoke Bardolph, Nottinghamshire.

 

1576

D2535/M/3/11

Final concord Thomas Stanhope and Laurence Wright plaintiffs William Hanbury and Alice and his wife deforciants. Concerning 4 messuages, 4 tofts, 4 gardens, 200 acres land. 60 acres meadow, 100 acres pasture, 2 acres wood, frees fishing in Trent, in Barton alias Barton in the Beans, 230 marks of silver.

 

1576

D2535/M/3/12

Lease for 41 years John Stanhope to William Sneyd of Bradwell, Staffordshire, Morley Park in Duffield. Rent 20 marks Copy

 

1602

D2535/M/3/13

Confirmation of recited settlement of 1609 (1) Sir Philip Stanhope of Bretby, son and heir of Sir John Stanhope late of Elvaston deceased to (2) William Stanhope, one of Sir John's younger sons. Recites that Sir John, for natural love of sons Sir John, William, Thomas and Francis covenanted with Francis Trentham of Rocester, Staffs, William Sneyd of Keele, Staffs Esq. and Thomas Wright ofSnelston gent that they stand seised of (a) Morley Park and properties in Belper and Duffield to Sir John the father for life, then to William until Sir John the son and his wife Olive ("Oliffe") convey to...

 

1611

D2535/M/3/14

Award made by Lawrence Wryght of Snelston gent chosen to arbitrate between Sir Philip Stanhopp of Shelford co Notts and Dame Katherine Stanhopp of Elvaston widow of Sir John Stanhopp of Elvaston, Sir Philip's father, concerning manor of Bingham and Rectory of Ratcliffe upon Trent, Notts, and Morley Park, Derbyshire. Concerns settlement provisions and provides inter alia for payments of £800 and £1000 to Dame Katherine for her younger children.

 

c1611

D2535/M/3/15

Feoffment to use Willliam Stanhope to Sir Thomas Delves of Dedington, Chester, and Francis Trentham of Rocester, Staffordshire. of Morley Park and lands etc in Belper and Duffield, in trust to pay debts of William and Sir John Stanhope in annexed schedule (missing) out of profits of lands and sale of woods, then to convey premises to William and heirs male (until Sir John Stanhope conveys to him Sowethouse Grange in Dale, lands belonging and any other lands in counties of Derby and Nottingham to clear annual value of £100) then after the conveyance to use of Sir John and heirs male, with...

 

1618

D2535/M/3/16

Conveyance in trust William Stanhope to Francis Trentham of Rocester, Staffordshire and William Cooper of Thurgarton, Nottinghamshire to pay debts and for love towards William's brothers, of reversion, remainders in fee simple expectant upon estate tail, to use of Trentham and Cooper and their heirs,so long as William Stanhope, wife Anne and their issue live, then to uses as William shall appoint then, or in default of appointment, to use successively of brothers Thomas, Francis, John Posthumus and Sir John Stanhope and their heirs male, and right heirs of William of Morley Park, meadow in...

 

1623

D2535/M/3/17

Feoffment to uses Sir Thomas Delves and Francis Trentham to Thomas Levinge of Stenson gent and William Osbourne of Elvaston yeoman lands etc in Belper and Duffield called Morley Park, to use of William Stanhope of Hiedge Esq. and heirs male, with successive remainders to Thomas, Francis, John Posthumus, Sir John Stanhope, William's brothers and their heirs male and William's right heirs.

 

1622

D2535/M/3/18

Annexed to 3/17. Appointment as attornies, by Sir Thomas Delves and Francis Trentham, of John Holland and Thomas Glue of Morley Park yeoman to deliverseisin of Morley Park to Thomas Levinge and William Osborne.

 

Nd

D2535/M/3/19

Condition of recognisance in statute merchant (by which Sir Philip Stanhope, Baron Stanhope of Shelford bound himself to his sister Katherine to pay £1,200) declaring that the recognisance is void if Sir Philip pays Katherine £600 by 16 Oct 1629.

 

1625

D2535/M/3/20

Lease for 21 years by William Stanhope of Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk to John Bland of Heage butcher of Close in Morley Park adjoining Buriper Ward, containing 20 acres (reserving timber, mines, quarries of stone, coal or iron) Rent £5 5s

 

1628

D2535/M/3/21

Bargain and sale Sir John Stanhop, Sir Thomas Hutchinson and Timothy Leving to William Stanhope. In performance of a trust, of manor of Heage ("Hiedge") which were conveyed to them by Edward Dichfield, John Highlord, Humphrey Clarke and Francis Mosse.

 

1629

D2535/M/3/22-23

Mortgage and counterpart William Stanhope and William his son to RobertRawworth and John Warren of Grays Inn For £1,000 and interest of messuages, lands etc called Morley Park, in Duffield and Belper (naming tenants) containing 600acres.

 

1656

D2535/M/3/24

Quitclaim John Warren to Robert Raworth of claim to Morley Park as above.

 

1657

D2535/M/3/25

Final concordWilliam Humble and Roger Price plaintiffs and Robert [Ra]worth, Katherine his wife, William Stanhope, William Stanhope and Richard B[yron?] and Elizabeth his wife deforciants regarding 5 messuages, gardens and orchards, 300 acres land, 100 acres meadow, [?100] acres pasture in Heage ("Hiedge"), Belper and Duffield, for £100. [Writing in poor condition.]

 

1658

D2535/M/3/26

Release Sir William Humble and William Stanhope to William Stanhope For £1500 paid to Humble and 10 shillings to Stanhope the elder, of Morley Park but also said to be in Hiedge, conveyed to Humble and Roger Price his trustee (deceased) in deed dated 22 Nov 1657 between (1) Robert Raworth Esq, the two Stanhopes, Richard Lord Byron, wife Elizabeth and (2) Humble and Price.

 

1671

D2535/M/3/27

Copy of warrant under Privy Seal Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster to grant under the seal of the Duchy, Morley Park and 2 pieces of meadow in Spondon (one called Borough Ash Tryme or Barrows Ash Tryme) to John Stanhope Esq. to hold of the honour of Tutbury in free socage, paying annually £5 9s 2d for Morley Park and 13 shillings 4d for the meadow. Recites earlier leases of the herbage and pannage of the Park and of Spondon land, dated 22 Jan 18 Elizabeth

 

1753

D2535/M/3/28

Articles of agreement between (1) William Stanhopp of Bury [St Edmunds] Suffolk and (2) Thomas Launder of Morley Park (1) leases to (2) his coal delph and coal mines in Belper Warde with all gins, gin houses, houses of office, barns or stables belonging with liberty to get coal between the pale of Morley Park and the house of Thomas Park in the meadow in his tenure, for 12 years, at rent £50 each of first 3 years, and £55 each of remaining 9 years: (1) will not assign any other delph in Morley Park which may be harmful to Launder; (2) will pay (1) for timber at 3shillings a cord for 4, then...

 

1629

D2535/M/3/29

Lease Sir William Stanhope to George Smith of Morley Park Messuage in Morley in hamlet of Heage, Duffield in Smith's occupation, reserving timber, quarries of stone, coal and iron, for 21 years, at rent £23 doing suit at court of manor of Heage; Smith to set and preserve 20 trees of oak, ash or willow, to use of Stanhope, upon the premises.

 

1702

D2535/M/3/30

Feoffment with warranty to uses of will Richard Spendlove to Walter Townrowe chaplain, Robert Spendlove, William Wodhous and Robert Bowman Of 82 acres lying together in field called Alcokfeld in le Fernelee in Heagge, which descended to Richard Spendlove after death of mother Witnesses William Parker, Ralph Bradshawe, Hugh Dykons, Henry Parkall, John Pierson, Christopher Newham, John Vypound. Heage, Assumption of Mary 11 Edward IV

 

1471

D2535/M/3/31

Indented will quadripartite of Richard Spendlove concerning 82 acres in Alcofeld in le Fernilee in Heegge and 26 acres in field in Heegge called Walterlond: his feoffees of the 82 are to make an estate in law, after his death, to his wife Elena for her life if she does not remarry, if she does remarry the estate is to be void and Elena shall take 42 acres in Alcokfeld as her dower; Elena may take after Richard's death, for her life reasonable dower out of the 26 acres whether she remains unmarried or not; Richard wishes and Elena wishes that if she lives elsewhere than at Heege or if she...

 

1471

D2535/M/3/32-33

Feoffments to uses by James Spendlove of Highedge [Heage] in consideration of his love towards Walter Spendlove alias Alsopp (his son now one of the yeomen of the Queen's Chamber) and his other sons, to George Radford senior of Crich yeoman and Thomas Fyrebrase of Derby saddler, of messuage in Heage ("Highedge") in which James lives with buildings, lands etc belonging close called Fernelee and close called Alcoke Feld now divided into several parts, to the use of James for life, then to Walter and heirs of his body if Edward another of James's sons does not pay to Walter £20 by feast of St...

 

1590

D2535/M/3/34

Will and testament of Walter Spendlove alias Alsopp of Heage ("Highedge") reciting that he is seised of houses in the Kings Bench in Southwark Surrey and gardens belonging and leased to Gamaliel Woodford for a term of years, and of freehold messuage and lands in Heage by feoffment made by father James deceased on 29 Aug 32 Elizabeth [see above] and of copyhold lands in Heage for life then to uses of Walter's will. Lands in Southwark came to Walter by wife Joan and 8 years of term are still to run, they have a son Walter and daughter Elizabeth and testator Walter is in debt, therefore the...

 

1613

D2535/M/3/35-36

Mortgage and counterpart for £70 by Walter Spendlow alias Alsopp to Mathew Bate of Derby draper, of messuage in Heage, lands belonging, close called Fernelee and Close called Alcock field divided into several parts.

 

1617

D2535/M/3/37

Exemplification of common recovery Francis Hathecote junior and John Pownall gent plaintiffs, Anthony Hathecote deforciant. Robert Bate gent Walter Spyndalow alias Alsopp gent and Frances his wife vouchee to warranty, concerning messuage 15 acres land, 5 acres meadow, 10 acres pasture and common of pasture in Heage, Duffield and Belper.

 

1618

D2535/M/3/38

Bond in £400 Thomas Greaves of Shephouse, York gent and William Derby of Rolleston, Staffs to William Stanhope For the payment to Stanhope of the value of so much of a messuage and lands in Heage late the inheritance of Walter Spenlowe gent deceased conveyed to Stanhope by Greaves, and copyhold lands, late Spendlowe's, which Greaves has agreed to have surrendered to Stanhope, which lands are supposed to be charged with payment of £200 to a daughter of Spendlowe by his will, as Stanhope may not possess without trouble from claimants under the will, the premises being worth £400.

 

1621

D2535/M/3/39

Surrender by John Spenloof of 262 acres called Walter land to use of John Spendloof son of Richard, entry fine 15d (pence)

 

1473

D2535/M/3/40

Admission of John Spendlove of Hyghege to 262 acres land recently in tenure of Richard (?) Baseger, and surrender by Thomas Atkynson of 3 acres next (?) Vatte land to use of John Spendlove, entry fine 2 shillings

 

1428

D2535/M/3/41

Geofrey Spendloff son of John sought admittance to 262 acres called Walter lond with Dob Crofte, admittance Thursday in St Nicholas the Bishop. 14 Henry VII [6 Dec 1498] entry fine 6 shillings

 

1498

D2535/M/3/42

James Spendlove son and heir of Geoffrey, seeks admittance to 262 acres called Walter Lande, and Dobcroft, of which Geoffrey died seised, admittance 9 Feb Edward VI [1548] entry fine 6 shillings

 

1547

D2535/M/3/43-44

Surrender by James Spendlove of Highedge yeoman of 4 closes and a parcel of land on which yonge springe wood now grows, all commonly called Walkers lands, to uses admittance of James and sons, Walter and Edward 8 Oct 32 Elizabeth [1590]

 

1590

D2535/M/3/45

Surrender by Walter Spendlove alias Alsopp gent of his lands within the manor to himself for life then to uses of his will, or if he dies intestate, to use of his heirs male with remainder to right heirs of James his father, admittance of his attornies 11 Jan 35 Elizabeth [1593]

 

1592

D2535/M/3/46

Abstract of title Godfrey Wentworth to manor of Heage and Morley Park

 

18th cent

D2535/M/3/47

Rental of "Manor of Heage or Morley Park" [according to endorsement]. Only the Manor of "Highedge" is mentioned. Gives tenants and rent. Total £233 4s 8d

 

1766

D2535/M/3/48

Memo of agreement between Godfrey Wentworth of Hickleton, Yorkshire Esq. and Francis Hurt of Wirksworth Esq. that Hurt may, for £5 annually, mine for ironstone on "Highedge" Common and may recover and repair an old sough near the School House on the Common to get the ironstone more easily, 17 Jan 1765

 

1765

D2535/M/3/49-50

Final concord Francis Hurt plaintiff and Godfrey Wentworth deforciant Manor of Heage, 10 messuages 10 cottages, 300 acres land, 200 acres meadow, 200 cres pasture, common of pasture in Heage parish Duffield £700. (With counter-part)

 

1768

D2535/M/3/51

Receipt by Alan Johnson, steward of Godfrey Wentworth, for £25 10s from Francis Hurt, the fine for admittance toToadmere (surrendered to him by Anthony Street and his wife) being 12 year's rent, and £8 10s, half a year's rent, being returned him by favour of Wentworth. Also received 11s 3d for the fees and copy

 

1763

D2535/M/3/52

Office copy of the Will of Godfrey Wentworth Money to daughters, Anne Maria and Dorothea, estate to son Godfrey

 

1718

D2535/M/3/53

Office copy of Sir William Stanhope's Will to William Stanhope youngest son of John Stanhope, late of Elvaston, estate at Linby including the advowson, manor of Heywood, parish of Bingham, Notts. With stock of sheep and conies, lands at Darton Grange, Oxton, Notts, lands at Blidworth, Notts and a messuage and lands lately purchased of Samuel Jebb, with power to make a wife a jointure (exceptions specified) provided he remarry with one of Lady Wentworth's daughters; these are entailed to William and heirs male, remainder to nephew George Gook; 2 Heynor Coal Delph, entailed as above; to...

 

1703

D2535/M/3/54

Abstract of title of Godfrey Wentworth to Morley Park and Manor of Heage, with legal opinion, 12 Jan

 

1767

D2535/M/3/55

Letter John Whitaker, Worksop, to Francis Hurt at Wirksworth re the Hurt purchase of Morley Park and Manor of Heage. 3 Mar 1767

 

1767

D2535/M/3/56

Letter Wentworth to Francis Hurt Believes there is ironstone at Highedge [Heage] and asks what Hurt's proposals are, would not have the ground broken into or tenants disturbed for a trifling profit. 30 Aug

 

1764

D2535/M/3/57

Letter Wentworth to Hurt re coal in Morley Park; is unwilling to let it unless it will yield him "something considerable", would like to know Hurt's proposals, would let it by load 27 Apr 1766

 

1766

D2535/M/3/58

Draft letter Hurt to Wentworth Hurt waiting for Wentworth's decision about the coal and ironstone in Morley Park, the season advances fast for trying the ground

 

1766

D2535/M/3/59

Letter Wentworth to Hurt explains delay in answering Hurt's proposals, accepts Hurt's offer to come to Hickleton; objects to some of Hurt's proposals, cannot see why Hurt should not be answerable to the tenants for damage to their ground

 

1766

D2535/M/3/60

Letter Wentworth to Hurt accepting Hurt's offer to come to Hickleton to try to agree about the coal etc

 

1766

D2535/M/3/61

Letter Wentworth to Hurt has received information that the value of the ironstone is much above what Hurt has offered

 

1766

D2535/M/3/62

Letter Wentworth to Hurt, saying he had remembered only when Hurt had gone, that the estate is charged by his marriage settlement, but Hurt's "gentleman" has only to propose what security he thinks necessary to indemnify Hurt against it and it shall be complied with

 

1766

D2535/M/3/63

Draft letter Hurt [to Wentworth], probably in answer to letter above and concerning a first payment of £8000; adds that 3 of his ironstone getters have been served with writs by the freeholders' attorney at the suit of George Alton and others, Mr Thomas Gell [his attorney] will inform addressee further

 

1766

D2535/M/3/64

Letter Wentworth to Hurt, has written to Mr Johnson who will give Mr Gell the meeting at Hickleton and is acquainted with the nature of the dispute about the Common

 

1766

D2535/M/3/65

Memorandum concerning measurement of [iron] stone, cost of getting it, cost of carriage, price of sale of the owner

Nd c1766

nd

D2535/M/3/66

Wentworth's proposals for letting ironstone and coal in Morley Park to Hurt; to take a lease for 21 years; to pay 2 shillings per load according to the measure of a load for which Mr Burn pays the same at Eastwood Colliery "by the said Measure more or less," to pay 5s for the ironstone per stack per stack load, 9' x 6' x 22", Mr Hurt to get 1,000 loads of coal annually, except the first year, and 400 loads of ironstone; the first year to be on trial only and to pay that year according to quantity got; Hurt to fill up the pits and to make good the damages to tenants; to begin at the lowest...

 

c1766

D2535/M/3/67

Short abstract of Francis Hurt's will including provisions for the Red Lyon, the Devil's Bowling Green, Rolling Mill and Red Lead Mill

 

1782

D2535/M/3/68

Peacock's Polite Repository or Pocket Companion 1800, property of Francis Hurt, Alderwasley. With entries re pheasants killed, visits made or expected, farming notes eg began sowing oats. Receipts to cure or prevent scab in sheep, for getting stains out of leather breeches, farming memoranda, notes of sales of wood, and of Lawn Green for £3,600 31 Dec [17]99, at end. At beginning dimensions of stacks of soft and hard coals, cords of wood, dozen of ironstone and sale price (except for the ironstone), acreage of woods etc

 

c1800

D2535/M/3/69-75

Enclosures in D2535/M/3/68: 2 papers of shooting notes; packet of skin-coloured plaster for cure of cuts etc; [Dr] E Darwin's medical advice to Mr Hurt, Jul 30 1800; calculation of expenses and profits of the 10 acres made 15 Jan 1799; calculation of difference between gorse or heath with lime and dung as a manure; with thin black note book 22 Feb 1798, manure put on potatoes, land in F Hunt's hands, giving types, names and acreages, manuring practices, price of lime at Crich, oats and barley sown per acre, method of cropping, seeds sown per acre

 

c1799-1800

D2535/M/3/76-79

Enclosures in D2535/M/3/68: of weight of 2 sheep, note 3 Feb 1800; receipt for liquorice tea, for gravel or stone; 2 bills for breakfasts, fires, horses, maids etc., one paid 6 Mar 1799

 

1799-1800

D2535/M/3/80

Alderwasley Rental giving name of tenant and rent, Total £2,240 17s 6d [Small note book]

 

1785

D2535/M/3/81

Small note book, giving dimensions of one dozen of ironstone, weight before and after burning, amount of pig iron produced from it "Cast at the Pitts" price sold at; dimensions and sale prices of stacks of hard and soft coals; note of custom whereby men have 1pt ale each Friday; dimensions and sale price of cord of wood; 2 cords to make a cartload of charcoal; cost of load of charcoal

 

1784

D2535/M/3/82-83

Letter John Bateman to [?Francis Hurt] concerning anonymous letters making accusations (not specified) against Bateman and a meeting involving Mr Mundy inter alia to which Bateman was summoned as a result. Enclosed copy of Bateman's letter to Mundy. Also involved seem to be Mr Pole and Mr Darwin (13 Nov 1793)

 

1794

D2535/M/3/84

Letter of Richard Arkwright from Willersley to Francis Hurt at Alderwasley, hoping Dr Darwin will set him right, saying the £3,500 will be at his service whenever he pleases, Arkwright would like to know when it will be needed, how paid etc

 

1800

D2535/M/3/85-120

Bills for cloth, blacksmith's work, haberdashery foodstuffs, travelling expenses, domestic utensils, work done [?carpentry], coals, barley, glazier's work and glass, misc building jobs and materials medicines, "thack", oysters, making clothes etc

 

C1780-1799

D2535/M/3/121

Receipt for legacy paid to Mrs Mary Hurt by her son Francis

 

1783

D2535/M/3/122-148

Probate of Mary Keats nee Hurt (d.1855) and associated papers. Probate of will of Mary Keats of Burnswick Terrace, Hove, Brighton, widow, dated 30 Oct 1845 and codicil 4 May 1849. Money and goods only. Devisees in trust and executors are Francis Hurt the younger of Alderwasley and Edward Shuttleworth Holden of Aston Hall Esq.. Annexed is (282) copy of prayer and decree to alter Shuttleworth to Anthony in the Probate, as Shuttleworth is a mistake in the will and probate. Enclosures (283-307) legacy receipts, bills paid by executors, bill of executors expenses etc 1855-1856 [See also D2535...

 

1855

D2535/M/3/149

Articles of agreement between 1. George Milnes of Dunston 2. Richard his son and heir, 3. Charles Hurt of Alderwasley 4. Grace his daughter For the marriage of Richard Milnes and Grace Hurt, portion of £2,200, 1. his wife Dorothy and son Richard will convey to Richard Pyott of Highfield, Chesterfield and Francis younger son of 3, capital messuage called Dunston Hall and lands containing 210 acres, messuage and lands in tenure of Cornelius Waine containing 70 acres, barn and lands in Dunston, Newbold and Whittington, in occupation Samuel Hernshaw containing 70 acres, messuage and lands...

 

1744

D2535/M/3/150-151

Receipts for interest paid by C Hurt to R Milnes

 

1745

D2535/M/3/152-153

Post-nuptial settlement by lease and release, of Richard and Grace Milnes. 1. George Milnes of Dunston Esq. Dorothy his wife 2. Richard his son and heir and Grace his wife, a daughter of Charles Hurt of Alderwasley Esq. 3. Charles Hurt 4. Richard Pyott of Highfield, Chesterfield Esq. and Francis Hurt younger son ofCharles 5. Nicholas Hurt of Alderwasley son and heir of Charles and Roger Newham of Whittington gent. For the marriage, settling the lands below, making a jointure for Grace, and in performance of 308 and in consideration of Grace's portion of £2,200 properties as above are...

 

1745

D2535/M/3/154

Assignment of trust sum of £2,000 1. Richard Milnes of Dunston Esq. Grace his wife 2. Roger Newham of Staveley Forge, parish Staveley, gent 3. Francis Hurt of Wirksworth Esq. Recites that the £2,000 has been laid out on mortgage in names of Newham and Nicholas Hurt, that Hurt died 5 May 1767 and Newham the surviving trustee is very infirm; assignment of trust sum to Francis Hurt

 

1769

D2535/M/3/155

Copy of will of George Milnes of Dunston Chesterfield

To poor of Dunston and Newbold £10, to sister Grace wife of John Richardson of Chesterfield annuity of £10, to sister Catherine Milnes annuity of £12, to servant John Godber annuity of £12, to servant Ann Soules annuity of £6, to trustees, money and stock, plate etc to be sold to pay debts, funeral expenses, legacies, surplus to hold in same trust as lands, to trustees all lands to manage them to pay annuitants above, then to allow brother Richard up to £119 4s annually, the remainder of personal estate and rents etc to be placed out at interest. After Richard's death, the estate and...

1787

D2535/M/3/156

Marriage settlement 1. George Moore of Snareston Lodge, co Leicester, Esq. 2. Elizabeth Hurt of Derby spinster a daughter of Francis Hurt late of Alderwasley Esq. deceased 3. Francis (brother of Elizabeth) Hurt of Alderwasley Esq. 4. Valentine Green of Normanton on the Heath, co Leicester Esq. Rev George Holcombe of West Lake, co Nottingham DD Recites marriage settlement of George Moore and Susan Drummond, by which was settled various lands in Measham being the whole of the lands on South side of Ashby-de-la-Zouch Canal, conveyed to George Moore of Appleby, in 1809 and recites that...

 

1815

D2535/M/3/157

Bond in £10,000, George Moore of Snareston Lodge, co Leicester Esq. to Valentine Green of Normanton on the Heath, co Leicester Esq. and Rev George Holcombe of West Lake, Notts, that Moore's executors, heirs etc will pay to Elizabeth Hurt during her widowhood the amount by which the rents fall short of £1,000

 

1815

D2535/M/3/158

Memo of agreement between 1. Midland Railway Co by John Sherland Gratton their land agent 2. Albert Frederick Hurt of Alderwasley, to exchange small piece of land near Ambergate Station. The new fence wall which will be required to be removed and rebuilt at Hurt's expense. Sketch plan of land involved

 

1871

D2535/M/4

Family and business papers

 

1537-1630

D2535/M/4/1

The examination of certain witnesses taken at Alderwasley on the part of Anthony Lowe - answers of deponents to various questions re ownership of the manor of Alderwasley and common rights

 

1537

D2535/M/4/2

Depositions of witnesses taken at Alderwasley for the "separating, dividing, limiting, meating, butting and bounding" of the manor of Alderwasley and Ashleyhay ... and making a "plott" (plan) thereof

 

1630

D2535/M/4/3

Interrogatories to be ministered to witnesses for taking a survey and making a plott of the manor of Ashleyhay and Alderwasley

 

1630

D2535/M/4/4

Royal commission to Christopher Fullwood, Thomas Henry Gregson to carry out the same

 

1630

D2535/M/4/5

Plea roll - Westminster

 

1606

D2535/M/4/6

Deed of exchange between the trustees of Heage School and A F Hurt - the old schoolhouse and land to Hurt in exchange for Barnet Croft adjoining. 3 Feb Plan inset

 

1870

D2535/M/4/7

Agreement between Francis Hurt of Alderwasley esq., Richard Arkwright of Cromford esq., and Samuel Travis of Belper esq., and the Clay Cross Company, for the lease of part of Hagg Wood for the construction of a railway from lime worksto Crich Cliff

 

1840

D2535/M/4/8

Small bundle of papers concerning agreement between Edward Strutt esq. and others and Francis Hurt younger of Duffield Bank regarding the use of the circular stone weir above the Strutt's cotton mills at Belper - increasing the height of the weir and thereby affecting the Hurt's ironworks at Ambergate. 13 Apr

 

1844

D2535/M/4/9

Map of the River Derwent between Hurt's forge at Ambergate and the circular weir at Belper. Watermark 1816

 

c1816

D2535/M/4/10

Copy of Mr Topping's opinion regarding the circular weir

 

1818

D2535/M/4/11

Opinion of John Richardson re the circular weir - danger of flooding with Strutt's impounding water

 

1818

D2535/M/4/12

Case for the opinion of Mr Richardson accompanying the plan (4/9) reciting that in 1764 Francis Hurt erected a large iron forge on his land at Alderwasley

 

1818

D2535/M/4/13

Case for the opinion of Mr Topping - as D2535/M/4/12

 

1818

D2535/M/4/14

Copy deed of special covenants between Messrs Hurt and Messrs Strutt, again re use of stone weir. 9 Apr

 

1825

D2535/M/4/15

Bundle of deeds: Manor of Heage - copyhold recovery - 12 May - surrender by Job Barrett and Millicent Barrett of a messuage or tenement in Heage in the occupation of Anthony Street adjacent to a place called Toadmere to use of Millicent Barrett, widow for life, then to the use of Job and Mary his wife, then to uses directed in his will

 

1720

D2535/M/4/16

Agreement prior to the marriage of Joseph Barrett of Nottingham grocer to Millicent Reyner of Nottingham, spinster - entirely financial -3 May

 

1690

D2535/M/4/17

Agreement regarding the use of a road on "Tadmear" (Toadmoor) 8 Mar 1660 (sic)

 

1660

D2535/M/4/18

Assignment by Thomas Orgill of Denby Lodge, yeoman, to John Bland of Heage yeoman, of a croft and barn, being a parcel of Heage Hall, leased by Patrick Chaworth and William Firth to John Bland 10 Nov 2 Anne for 21 years, the croft and barn subsequently being assigned by Bland to Orgill 15 Oct

 

1709

D2535/M/4/19

Demise Thomas Bland of Heage, victualler, and Christian his wife to Henry Hunter of Heage, All their interest in a house, shop and garden called Fisher House: in Heage for the life of John, brother of Thomas Bland 28 Nov

 

1721

D2535/M/4/20

Assignment of lease of Heage Hall: John Bland of Heage, yeoman, to Thomas Orgill of Denby Lodge, yeoman, for residue of term granted by Chaworth and Firth 3 Oct

 

1709

D2535/M/4/21

Letters of administration, granted to Millicent Barrett on the death of Joseph Barrett 11 Jan 1698 (sic)

 

1698-1699

D2535/M/4/22

Agreement by Job Barrett of Bewdley, Worcs to surrender all his copyhold messuage and lands in Heage to the use of Anthony Street 19 Apr

 

1725

D2535/M/4/23

Further copy of agreement prior to marriage of Millicent Reyner to Joseph Barrett 3 May

 

1690

D2535/M/4/24

Manor of Heage - 23 Oct - surrender by Anthony Street and Elizabeth his wife, of all that messuage, dwellinghouse or tenement withbarns etc and croft called the Little Hill and closes called the Broad Meadow. The Lane, Amber Holme, The Leys, Ford Close, Little Wood, The Slash, The Well Close and Cow Pasture to the use of Francis Hurt of Wirksworth, lead merchant

 

1762

D2535/M/4/25

Manor of Heage - 21 Apr - surrender by Anthony Bradshawe and Thomas Bradshawe and Anthony Turner and Elizabeth his wife, Mary Bland, John Toule and Ellen his wife, of a copyhold messuage in Heage and a parcel of copyhold land called Toadmere adjoining the said messuage: to the use of Anthony Turner and Elizabeth his wife

 

1635

D2535/M/4/26

Poor rate assessment for Heage

 

1719

D2535/M/4/27

Manor of Heage - 6 Apr - surrender, in consideration of £341, by the Rev Job Barrett of Chipping Campden, Gloucs, of all that messuage, dwellinghouse or tenement, croft called the Little Hill in which it stands, and closes called Broad Meadow, The Lane, Amber Holme, the Leys, Ford Close, Little Wood, the Slash, Well Close and the Cow Pasture, all near Toadmere within the manor of Heage: to the use of Anthony Street for life, then 1/3 to the use of Elizabeth his wife, then to uses expressed by dead or will of Anthony Street

 

1755

D2535/M/4/28

Deed of appointment - Street and Hurt - Street to surrender Toadmere Farm to Hurt for £600 23 Oct

 

1762

D2535/M/4/29

Copy will of Thomas Webb Edge of Strelley, Notts 5 Jul

 

1842

D2535/M/4/30

Release James Thomas Edge to Francis Hurt and George Moore Trusts under the will of T W Edge released 3 Oct

 

1848

D2535/M/4/31

Release from the family of the late Rev G Holcombe and wife to the trustees of their marriage settlement, of two sums of £4000 and £1000 17 Jul

 

1843

D2535/M/4/32

Copy deed of disclaimer by P Arkwright Esq. to F Hurt Esq.., and F Hurt Jr Esq.., under Mrs Holcombe's will - with legal bills 30 Nov

 

1846

D2535/M/4/33

Wirksworth rental. Sir Godfrey Foljambe bailiff ("Wirksworth with the socke" [soke])

 

1538

D2535/M/4/34

Fragment of Wirksworth rental: Ashbourne rental: Sir Godfrey Foljambe bailiff

 

1538

D2535/M/4/35

Wirksworth rental as [4/33]

 

1538

D2535/M/4/36

Cardanus Rider's British Merlin, 1705 (almanac) some farm accounts, memos re Castern (eg taking glass out of the windows), wages for work at Castern, parish accounts, corn tilled - memos 1745-1751

1705, 1745-1751

1705-1751

D2535/M/4/37

Memorandum book, chiefly 1677-8, [with a few earlier references - probably copied] - farming, legal notes, notes of journeys etc - including inventory of the goods of John Lowe late of Alderwasley - 18 Aug 29 Charles II - by Luke Vallence, Thomas Sanderson and Thomas Bagshaw

 

1677-1678

D2535/M/4/38

Memorandum book - very miscellaneous entries including to make blacking, Leicester election 1741, colts born, farm accounts, notes on rents, medical recipes, Syersham rents, servants' wages

 

1731-1757

D2535/M/4/39

Unattributed book of manuscript verse

 

[late 16th cent]

D2535/M/4/40

Wood (timber) account book

 

1747-1766

D2535/M/4/41

Unattributed book of manuscript verse

 

mid 17th cent

D2535/M/4/42

Box of receipts John Lowe's fee farm rents for the manor of Alderwasley (Honour of Tutbury)

 

1615-1671

D2535/M/4/43

Copy will of Elizabeth Houlgate: 23 Dec - with associated papers

 

1831

D2535/M/4/44

Letter from Mr Buck, Park Lane, to Francis Hurt regarding a legacy - 14 Mar

 

1855

D2535/M/4/45

Grant (and copy) by Thomas Nabbs of Slade House, Staffs, yeoman, to Thomas Hoode of Calton, husbandman, in consideration of £20, of the tithes of corn, grain and hay issuing out of the messuage or tenement where Thomas Hoode lives in Calton, parish of Waterfall Dated 17 Dec

 

1614

D2535/M/4/46

Probate copy of the will of Thomas Hood Dated 24 Jan

 

1704-1705

D2535/M/4/47

Grant of small tithes on Hood's tenement (with attested copy) by James Yates of Calton, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife to Henry Millward of Calton, blacksmith, in consideration of £8 Dated 10 Nov

 

1716

D2535/M/4/48

Copy release by Peniston Lamb of LincolnsInn, gent, to Thomas Rivett of Derby, Esq., and Richard Taylor of Blore, Staffs , yeoman, in consideration of £4471 15s, of the manor of Calton, with messuages etc recited in detail Dated 25 Feb

 

1719-1720

D2535/M/4/49

Lease and release by Thomas Rivett and Richard Taylor to Henry Hurt of Castern, gent, in consideration of £1120, of all those messuages,farms or tenements in Calton that is one messuage with appurtences in the occupation of Henry Milward , one messuage with appurtenances in the occupation of John Longford, and another messuage in the occupation of Henry Milward called Hoods Farm 25/26 Mar

 

1720

D2535/M/4/50

Copy will of Henry Millward 11 May

 

1735

D2535/M/4/51

Copy will of William Hood, 17 Jul

 

1739

D2535/M/4/52

Release of small tithes on Hoods Farm: Thomas Kent and Elizabeth his wife (late widow of Henry Milward) to Thomas Millward. 4 Dec

 

1744

D2535/M/4/53

Release (and lease) by Thomas Millward of Calton parish Waterfall yeoman, and Sarah his wife, to George Blower of Cauldon, yeoman, in consideration of £45, of all the tithes of corn, grain and hay on Hoods Farm 6 Apr

 

1762

D2535/M/4/54

Probate copy of the will of George Bloor: 16 Jan

 

1777

D2535/M/4/55

Release by Francis Hurt of Alderwasley Esq. to the Rev Thomas Nadauld of Makeney in Duffield, in consideration of £55, of all that piece or parcel of land commonly called the Pike Road at Calton in a field called the Nether or Lower Field, 1 acre 1 rood 20 perch 5 Apr

 

1777

D2535/M/4/58

Lease and release by John Bloor of Caldon Mill House miller (son and heir of George Bloor) to Francis Hurt of Alderwasley, esq.,in consideration of £125 of all manner of tithes on closes at Calton viz Stanthorn Closes, the Cliff, Capings Head, Broad Butts, Town Head Lands, the Common Land and Stone Pitts: and assignment of mortgage to Philip Gell for residue of 500 year term, to Francis Hurt 19/20 Jul

 

1787

D2535/M/4/59

Assignment of a term of 500 years (as above) in several closes and hereditaments at Calton -Philip Gell to Mr Wolley (in trust for Mr Hurt) 1 Sep

 

1802

D2535/M/5

Emma Hurt probate and personal papers

 

c1857-1888

D2535/M/5/1

Bundle of personal estate papers of Miss Emma Hurt: Bank book 1863-1888, envelope of vouchers etc relating to building of Fritchley School 1869, sundrycorrespondence, numerous reports, statements of accounts etc. London, Chatham and Dover Railway 1850s, 1860s; executorship accounts, probate of will of Miss Emma Hurt of Chase Cliff, 3 Jan 1866

 

c1857-1888

D2535/M/5/2

Bundle of common recoveries and settlement: Recovery by Robert Shuttleworth and George Milnes against Sir Robert Burdett Bt and Philip Gell Esq. the manor of Alderwasley and Ashleyhay, and 50 messuages, 2 smelting houses, 200 gardens, 4000 acres of land, 600 acres of wood, common of pasture for all cattle in Alderwasley, Ashleyhay, Wirksworth and Belper: 28 Nov (Francis Hurt common vouchee)

 

1778

D2535/M/5/3

Counterpart of D2535/M/5/2

 

1778

D2535/M/5/4

Release - Francis Hurt, junior, to Francis Hurt the elder - all actions etc: 29 Aug

 

1778

D2535/M/5/5

Assignment by the Rev C S Holden, at the direction of Mrs Hurt and others, to Mr Wolley, of a term of 500 years in several messuages, closes and hereditaments, in Ashleyhay and Belper Dated 1 Jul

 

1802

D2535/M/5/6

Settlement and counterpart - marriage of Francis Hurt the younger, to Miss Elizabeth Shuttleworth: 29 Aug

 

1778

D2535/M/5/7-8

Numbers not used

 

nd

D2535/M/5/9

Family and estate papers

 

1856

D2535/M/5/9/1

Release and indemnity on winding up the trusts under the will of Sir J B Warren - Lord Vernon to Francis Hurt 16 Feb 1856

 

1856

D2535/M/5/9/2

Deed of indemnity - re Vernon marriage settlement: 6 Jun 1856

 

1856

D2535/M/5/10

Release from John Gresley and his sons to F Hurt of £1000 held in trust: 16 Apr

 

1779

D2535/M/5/56

Attested copy of mortgage - John Bloor to Mrs Roe - for £350, of lands in Calton - closes called Long Lands, Clew Butts and Intack 31 Mar

 

1781

D2535/M/5/57

Bond of indemnity against the dower of Elizabeth the wife of Mr Bloor - 20 Jul

 

1787

D2535/M/6

Wirksworth title deeds, 17th-18th cent

 

1601-1770

D2535/M/6/1

Title deeds relating to Crabtree, Ludwell Flatts, Dunbolke, Stainsburrow and Hempyard, Wirksworth

 

1639-1770

D2535/M/6/1/1-7

Title deeds relating to Crabtree, Ludwell Flatts, Dunbolke, Stainsburrow and Hempyard, Wirksworth passing to Elizabeth Hurt from John Lowe and including Edward Walker and Robert Heyward

 

1639-1770

D2535/M/6/2

Title deeds relating to Ludwell Flatt, Crabtree, Littlebroad Meadow, Woodhouse Croft, Caro Closs and a house in Wirksworth

 

1601-1659

D2535/M/6/2/1-7

Title deeds relating to Ludwell Flatt, Crabtree, Littlebroad Meadow, Woodhouse Croft, Caro Closs and a house in Wirksworth inc: D2535/M/6/2/6 will of John Fern, 1658

 

1601-1659

D2535/M/6/3

Title deeds relating to property in Woodthorpe in the manor of Holmesfield including Cowpasture, Wellfield, Cowcroft and Horsecroft, the Bridgley, Birch Ridding, Suble Ridding, Totley, Brockfield

 

nd

D2535/M/7

Hurt family wills, probates and associated papers, 17th-early 19th cent

 

17th cent-19th cent

D2535/M/7/1

Hurt family wills, probates and associated papers, 17th-early 19th cent

 

1684-1858

D2535/M/7/1/1

Will Anthony Low- made when wounded on night of 17 Jan at the Temple, London

 

1684

D2535/M/7/1/2

Will Captain John Low

 

1688

D2535/M/7/1/3

Will Grace Hurt

 

1716

D2535/M/7/1/4

Will Mercy Hurt

 

1716

D2535/M/7/1/5

Will and Probate Mary Hurt

 

1716

D2535/M/7/1/6

Will and Probate Mercy Hurt

 

1732-1741

D2535/M/7/1/7

Will Grace Hurt

 

1732

D2535/M/7/1/8

Will Charles Hurt

 

1744

D2535/M/7/1/9

Will, Codicil and Probate Charles Hurt

1752, 1760, 1767

1752-1767

D2535/M/7/1/10

Extract from Will Charles Hurt

 

1760

D2535/M/7/1/11

Administration Anthony Hurt

 

1755

D2535/M/7/1/12

Will and Probate Grace Hurt

 

1757-1758

D2535/M/7/1/13

Will John Borlase Warren

 

1758

D2535/M/7/1/14

Will Francis Hurt

 

1763

D2535/M/7/1/15

Will and Probate Nicholas Hurt

1766, 1767

1766-1767

D2535/M/7/1/16

Will Francis Hurt

 

1767

D2535/M/7/1/17

Will Francis Hurt

 

1768

D2535/M/7/1/18

Will Francis Hurt

 

1774

D2535/M/7/1/19

Will Francis Hurt

 

1780

D2535/M/7/1/20

Abstract of Will Mr Hurt

 

1782

D2535/M/7/1/21

Will and Probate Francis Hurt

 

1782

D2535/M/7/1/22

Will, Codicil and Probate Francis Hurt

1800, 1801

1800-1801

D2535/M/7/1/23

Letters of Administration Henry Hurt

 

1812

D2535/M/7/1/24

Releases, accounts and executors correspondence Wirksworth

 

1695-1812

D2535/M/7/1/25

The Riddings, Wirksworth Conveyance for securing Buntings Charity and letter from John Goodwin

 

nd

D2535/M/7/2

Number not used

 

 

D2535/M/7/3

Heage manorial records: During the 18th century the manorial court met twice a year. See also D2535/M/28/2

 

1739-1791

D2535/M/7/3/1

Heage manorial records: Suit Rolls Oct 1739

 

1739

D2535/M/7/3/2

Heage manorial records: Suit Rolls May 1740-Oct 1753

 

1740-1753

D2535/M/7/3/3

Heage manorial records: Suit Rolls May 1754-May 1766

 

1754-1766

D2535/M/7/3/4

Heage manorial records: Suit Rolls Oct 1766-May 1779

 

1766-1779

D2535/M/7/3/5

Heage manorial records: Suit Rolls Oct 1779-Oct 1792

 

1779-1792

D2535/M/7/3/6

Heage manorial records: Suit Rolls Oct 1792-Oct 1801

 

1792-1801

D2535/M/7/3/7

Heage manorial records: Verdicts: Oct 1736-Oct 1739

 

1736-1739

D2535/M/7/3/8

Heage manorial records: Verdicts: Apr 1740-Oct 1753

 

1740-1753

D2535/M/7/3/9

Heage manorial records: Verdicts: May 1754-Oct 1765

 

1754-1765

D2535/M/7/3/10

Heage manorial records: Verdicts: May 1766-Oct 1791

 

1766-1791

D2535/M/7/3/11

Heage manorial records: Surrenders: Oct 1736-Oct 1738

 

1736-1738

D2535/M/7/3/12

Heage manorial records: Correspondence and information concerning common rights

 

1756-1758

D2535/M/7/4

Heage Common Bundle of papers concerned in case of rights to Heage Common. King v Earl of Newcastle and others

 

1750s

D2535/M/7/5

Francis Hurt's Settlement Memoranda and letters

 

1825-1858

D2535/M/7/6

Francis Hurt's Settlement

 

1825-1858

D2535/M/7/6/1

Francis Hurt's Settlement Injunction of Lord High Chancellor in case of Alsop vs Leach concerning mining in Crich

 

nd

D2535/M/7/6/2

Francis Hurt's Settlement List of Lords of the Spar and Limestone in Crich

 

nd

D2535/M/7/6/3

Francis Hurt's Settlement Plan of enclosures in Crich Cliff, 19th cent

 

nd

D2535/M/7/7

Property in Heage formerly held by William Bowler, William Blount and Pembroke College, Oxford

 

nd

D2535/M/7/8

Hurt family, settlements, title deeds, etc Sarah Bollington and Harrison

 

1829-1852

D2535/M/7/8/1

Sarah Bollington and Harrison Marriage settlement

 

1829

D2535/M/7/8/2

Sarah Bollington and Harrison Probate copy of will

 

1852

D2535/M/7/8/3

Sarah Bollington and Harrison Executors accounts and receipts

 

1851-1852

D2535/M/8

Hurt family, settlements, title deeds, etc Lady Borlase Warren

 

1477-1878

D2535/M/8/1

Executorship including D2535/M/Box M/1/1 Accounts of the estate of Lady Warren, deceased

 

1841-1849

D2535/M/8/2

Warren papers

 

1822-1844

D2535/M/8/2/1

Copy will of Sir John Borlase Warren - 1823 With list of legacies - 1822 Correspondence concerning deed

 

1822-1823

D2535/M/8/2/3

Correspondence concerning appointment of new steward or receiver for Stapleford and Toton, Notts

 

1834

D2535/M/8/2/4

Correspondence concerning payments by tenents of Stapleford and Toton, Notts to pay for damages caused by riots

 

1835

D2535/M/8/2/5

Grant of an annuity given in marriage settlement of Anne Trevitt, 1810

 

1844

D2535/M/8/3

Title deeds relating to conveyance of Manors of Over Castern and Nether Castern and of estates in Over Castern, Nether Castern, Ilam, Stansop, Wetton, and Mayfield

 

1477-1662

D2535/M/8/4

Title deeds Property in Province of Canterbury, New Zealand

 

1862-1871

D2535/M/8/5

Enfranchisements of copyhold hereditaments in the Manor of Heage. A Hurt to J Morrell

 

1877-1878

D2535/M/8/6

Mrs Cockayne's Trust. Correspondence, accounts and other papers concerning the settlement of Mrs Cockayne's estate after her death in 1838 Including sale catalogue of estate including the hundred and manor of Rovell, Northamptonshire

 

1838-1839

D2535/M/8/7

Mary Shuttleworth. Office copy of the will of Mrs Mary Shuttleworth, 1791, with account of division and payment of a legacy of £1500 amongst Mr Hurt's sisters and other papers

 

1791-1831

D2535/M/8/8

Power of Attorney Samuel Young to Francis Hurt with accounts and correspondence relating to Samuel Young's estate in Alderwasley and the settlement of his uncle; John Young's, estate Including Description and rental of late John Young. 1827. Freehold premises at 64-66 Devonshire St and 17 - 19 Eagle St, Derby. Power of attorney Samuel Young to John Hurt 1829

 

1829

D2535/M/8/9

Hurt papers

 

1810-1851

D2535/M/8/9/1

Bargain and Sale Tithes in Hurt estate in Heage and Morley Park

 

1810

D2535/M/8/9/2

Abstract of title of William, Lord Beauchamp to the rectory of Duffield

 

1810

D2535/M/8/10

Oxenden Trust Correspondence and releases relating to Charles Oxenden and Elizabeth Catherine Holcombe's marriage settlement

 

1831-1851

D2535/M/9

Hurt family Marriage settlements and related documents, title deeds, conveyances

 

1711-1920

D2535/M/9/1

Marriage settlements and related documents including leases and releases

Including: (D2535/M/9/1/1) Settlement of Francis Hurt's estate previous to his marriage with Miss Arkwright; (D2535/M/9/1/4) Settlement on marriage of Francis Hurt and Cecilie Emely Norman; (D2535/M/9/1/7) Deed to bar the entail of Albert F Hurt on Manors of Alderwasly, Ashleyhay, Heage and estates of the same and Crich and Belper; (D2535/M/9/1/9) Settlement on marriage of Albert F Hurt and Alice Delme Radcliffe of Miss Radcliffe's fortune

1802-1862

D2535/M/9/2

Title Deeds and assocociated documents

 

1839-1926

D2535/M/9/2/1

Deeds relating to shares in Bowmer Rough wood, Crich

 

1839-1910

D2535/M/9/2/2

Deeds relating to land in Crich exchanged with Clay Cross Company including Abstract of title of Clay Cross Co. Ltd

 

1913-1915

D2535/M/9/2/3

Conveyance of lands, titles and shares in lands in Crich. Samuel Travis to Francis Hurt including Buxton Wood, Swine Gate Close, Well Close, Hill Side, Upper Curzon Close, Galadine's Rough and the Furlong. With map by Robert Brombly, surveyor Scale 6 chains : 1 inch 39 x 26 cm

 

1846

D2535/M/9/2/4

Conveyance O.S. Nos 873, 874, 875 in Crich Carr F.C Hurt to Mrs F R Starr

 

1920

D2535/M/9/2/5

Conveyance and Exchange The Derwent Hotel, Whatstandwell and O.S Nos 840, 897, 898, Whatstandwell F Hurt to Hensons Ltd

1920, 1928

1920-1928

D2535/M/9/2/6

Conveyance Footpath at Whatstandwell F Hurt to Belper R.D.C

 

1908

D2535/M/9/2/7

Conveyance Site for sewage works, Whatstandwell F Hurt to Belper R.D.C

 

1926

D2535/M/9/2/8

Conveyance Toll Bridge at Ambergate A Hurt to Derbyshire County Council

 

1900

D2535/M/9/3

Title deeds relating to Alderwasley and Heage

 

1711-1920

D2535/M/9/3/1

Conveyance Bridgehill, Alderwasley George Burton to John Uston

 

1711

D2535/M/9/3/2-4

Lease, appointment and declaration of trust. Lands in Heage formerly in possession of John Harrison and John Sims, Chase Steal, Greengate, Vicar Stone, Trafoil and Sheep Wash Closes, Little Spring, Great Spring, Rough Hill Carr, The Jackfield, Spring Wood and those lands marked no.s 9 and 10 on the Belper Wood enclosure map R L Sykes and other to Peter Arkwright

 

1821

D2535/M/9/3/5

Conveyance of legal estate. Lands in Heage Peter Arkwright to A F Hurt

 

1869

D2535/M/9/3/6-10

Surrenders and Admittances Lane End Close, Ashleyhay, Thomas Winson to George and William Peat to Samuel Kays to Eleazer Boot to Mary Boot to A F Hurt

 

1837-1873

D2535/M/9/3/11-12

Grants of Right of Way Stripe Farm and Wiggonlee Farm, Alderwasley

 

1919-1920

D2535/M/9/4

Family Settlements Papers relating to administration of Hurt family settlements

 

1872-1931

D2535/M/10

Hurt family: title deeds

 

1748-1891

D2535/M/10/1

Title deed Rectory and right of patronage in parish of Adenborough, Notts

 

1748-1774

D2535/M/10/2-4

Mortgages and Assignments on properties in Derbyshire and Staffordshire

 

1846-1892

D2535/M/10/5

Manorial. Title deeds Surrenders and Admittances Property in Alderwasley formerly held by William Brocklehurst and German Sims along with Jays Fields and Nether Crafts

 

1835-1891

D2535/M/11

Hurt family: Abstracts of Title, 19th cent

 

1861-1927

D2535/M/11/1

Alderwasley papers

 

1861-1900

D2535/M/11/1/1-4

A F Hurt Freehold lands in Alderwasley

 

1861-1895

D2535/M/11/1/5

William Arkwright To charges on estates of A F Hurt

 

1895

D2535/M/11/1/6

A F Hurt to estates in Alderwasley

 

1900

D2535/M/11/2

Alderwasley and Ashleyhay

 

1837-1851

D2535/M/11/2/1

Copyhold land in Land End Close, Ashleyhay

 

1837

D2535/M/11/2/2

Richard Longden to lands in Alderwasley and Ashleyhay

 

1851

D2535/M/11/3

Hurt family: Leases, late 19th-20th cent

Including: (D2535/M/11/3/1) Alderwasley Hall and Home Farm Lease of house and sporting rights. Francis Hurt to Cecil Shephard-Evans. Apr 1913; (D2535/M/11/3/5) Alderwasley Hall and Home Farm Inventory of contents of Alderwasley Hall. Mar 1913; (D2535/M/11/3/7) Alderwasley Hall and Home Farm Plan of acre of sporting rights, outlined on 25 inch O.S. map Mar 1913; (D2535/M/11/3/8) Alderwasley Hall and Home Farm Surrender of lease. Dec 1919; (D2535/M/11/3/11) Alderwasley Hall and Home Farm Lease of Alderwasley Hall F.C.A Hurt to Isabel C Hurt Oct 1925

19th-20th cent

D2535/M/11/4

Leases and related papers

 

1894-1925

D2535/M/11/4/1-3

Lease of brickyard, field, tollhouse, clay, coal mines and church at Alderwasley, deed of modification and epitome A F Hurt to James Alsop

 

1894-1895

D2535/M/11/4/4

Epitome of lease to R & J Johnson

 

1895

D2535/M/11/4/5

Lease of Alton Coal at Heage. A F Hurt to Cockayne

 

1904

D2535/M/11/4/6

Lease of seam of genister, stone, coal and fireclay, Ridgeway, Heage F C A Hurt to William Eaton

 

1916

D2535/M/11/4/7

Lease of above F C A Hurt to Midland Refractories Co Ltd

 

1921

D2535/M/11/4/8

Modification of mineral lease F C A Hurt and Charles Ford

 

1919

D2535/M/11/4/9-10

Lease of Parsonage House, Alderwasley with Assignment F C A Hurt of Alfred H Hughton to John H Warren

 

1921-1924

D2535/M/11/4/11

Lease of Kennelwood, Alderwasley F C A Hurt to Ernest Paige

 

1921

D2535/M/11/4/12

Agreement to let two cottages in Pendleton Lane, Alderwasley F C A Hurt - D Hains and E M Ward

 

1917

D2535/M/11/4/13

Lease of site for Sherwood Foresters' War Memorial Tower, Alport

 

1924

D2535/M/11/4/14

Agreement for tenancy of "Old Pipe Works" Alderwasley F C A Hurt - R Glossop and W Smith

 

1925

D2535/M/11/5

Leases of land at Crich for railway

 

1859-1860

D2535/M/11/5/1-3

Leases of land at Crich for railway F Hurt - Sir Samuel Morton Peto and others

 

1859-1860

D2535/M/11/6

Contracts for sale of timber

 

1924-1927

D2535/M/11/6/1-5

Contracts for sale of timber

 

1924-1927

D2535/M/11/7

Business and estate papers

 

1786-1891

D2535/M/11/7/1

Enclosure Act, Crich and South Wingfield

 

1786

D2535/M/11/7/2

Declaration of Israel Poyzer re Calladine and Rough Wood, Crich

 

1846

D2535/M/11/7/3

Conditions of Sale Colebrook House

 

1850

D2535/M/11/7/4

Declaration of Martha Longden

 

1851

D2535/M/11/7/5

Bond of Indemnity Isaac Bowner - F Hurt

 

1860

D2535/M/11/7/6

Probate of Will of William Brocklehurst

 

1872

D2535/M/11/7/7-8

Agreement re sale of George Peat's lands in Ashleyhay

 

1873

D2535/M/11/7/9

Schedule of documents relating to "Mr Adam's sale"

 

1891

D2535/M/11/7/10

Warrant of satisfaction, C H Coulson with related letter

 

1891

D2535/M/11/7/11

Letter John Jackson of Coal and Iron Works, Clay Cross to Hallewell - rebuilding of the Strand, Crich

 

1891

D2535/M/12

Medieval and 16th cent deeds, Alderwasley

 

[15th-20th cent]

D2535/M/12/1

Deeds

 

[15th-16th cent]

D2535/M/12/1/1

Grant Thomas Fawne to Henry Grey, Lord Grey, William Blount, William Troutebek, Ralf Pole, Ralf Saucheverell, Richard Curson, Philip Leche and John Mills, chaplain. All of Fawne's lands, tenements, rents and services in Alderwasley and elsewhere in Derbyshire. Witnesses: John Curzon, William Leech, Henry Pole, Thomas Newton, William Waynfield and others. At Alderwaslegh 31 Aug, 7 Edward IV Latin

 

1467

D2535/M/12/1/2

[Four deeds stitched together:] I Grant Henry Graye, Lord Grey, William Troutebek, Ralf Sawcheverell, Richard Curson, Ralf Pole and Philip Leche to Thomas Handford, son of Handford of Chorley, deceased and to Joan, daughter of Thomas Fawne. All messuages, bands etc which once belonged to John Fawne, father of Thomas, in Allerwasslegh, [Alderwasley] Assheleyey, [Ashleyhay] Derbyshire Alsetter (Alcester) and Ordesley, Warwickshire and elsewhere in Derbyshire and Warwickshire to them and their heirs with the remainder to Thomas Fawne. Witnesses: Philip Olcer, Reginald Legh of Annesley...

 

1471

D2535/M/12/1/3

Agreement Thomas Fawne and Joan Fawne Joan "in her clene virginite and beying of age xxiii yeres" undertakes to pay 10 marks to Thomas or to either of her sisters after they are married, at a time to be appointed by Ralf Saucheverell, Thomas Fawne, James Rolston and Edmund Levet. If either marrywithout the consent of the above the whole grant to go to the other sister. If both marry without their consent the grant to be void, provided that either sister, before she is married or when she is over 21, shall release to Joan all her right and claim to all lands that were formerly John and...

 

1471

D2535/M/12/1/4

Grant Thomas and Joan Lowe to Laurence and George Lowe, his brothers, Otiwell and Brian Lowe, his sons, Roger Hulme, rector of Astbury (Cheshire),Geoffrey Davy, rector of Swetenham (Swettenham, Cheshire), Richard Newton and Humfrey his son, Richard Eyton and Laurence his son, William Rode and John Lowe All their lands, tenements, rent and services in Allerwaslegh and elsewhere in Derbyshire Witnesses: Henry Vernon, Ralf Saucheverell, Henry Columbell, James Taliour of Allerwaslegh, Richard Newton of Allerwasleghand others Monday after the purification 11 Edward IV Latin

 

1472

D2535/M/12/1/5

Declaration William Cotton of Derby, Peris Lallowe of Northwyche (Northwich, Cheshire), John Halynpreste of the parish of Witton (Cheshire), Thomas of the Lowe of the same, William of the Lowe of the same and Laurens Lallowe of the same. That Thomas Whityngton of Belpar (Belper) and Margere his wife have released and quit claimed to John Whityngton their eldest son, all their right and title to a messuage and 7 acres in Belpar in view of the proposed marriage of the said John Whityngton to Joan, daughter of the said Thomas of the Lowe 1 Sep, 13 Edward VI English

 

1473

D2535/M/12/1/6

Declaration Thomas Fawne of Allerwaslegh [Alderwasley] "byng in goddes handdes and felyng my self in perell of dethe and beyng whole in my mynde doe and take on my charge as I wille answer a fore god" that a gift and grant made by him to Thomas Lowe and Joan, his eldest daughter of all his land at Allerwaslegh, Assheleyhey and elsewhere in Derbyshire was good and valid, that he never knew of any entail upon the property, neither on heirs male nor general but that he might, at the marriage of Thomas and Joan, give or sell it to whom he liked, save monks or Jews, and that he had never made...

 

1478

D2535/M/12/1/7

Release and quitclaim Thomas Fawne, son and heir of John Fawn, to Joan Fawne. All his claim to lands at Allerwasslegh [Alderwasley] Asshelehay [Ashleyhay], Alsetter (Alcester, Warks,) Ordesley (Warwickshire) and elsewhere in Derby and Warwickshire, which had been granted to her and to Thomas Hondford, son of William Hondford of Chorley, deceased by Henry Graye, Lord Graye, William Trowtbeke, Ralf Saucheverell, Richard Curson, Ralf Pole and Philip Leche, and of which she is in full possession since Thomas Hondford died before the marriage between them could be effected 11 Dec Edward IV Latin

 

1471

D2535/M/12/1/8

Declaration by Ralf Saucheverell that, whereas Walter Wynter, Margery his wife and Elyn her sister claim to have as good a claim to such lands as were formerly of Thomas Fawne their father, as do Thomas Lowe and Joan his wife, eldest daughter of Thomas Fawne, since the lands were entailed on heirs general, and whereas a meeting was arranged between the parties at Nottingham on 5 April 21 Edward IV (1481) at which Walter, Margery and Elyn desired him to be present and they also brought Thomas Poutrell as their counsel and Thomas and Joan brought Laurence Lowe as their counsel, it was agreed...

 

1481

D2535/M/12/1/9

Grant Anthony Lowe of Alderwasley to Arthur Lowe, clerk. That for a term of 60 years he shall deliver to Arthur within the manor of Alderwasley, Asshelehay and Mylnehay, 400 loads of wood yearly for the burning of "bolles of laid" [lead] the proceeds to be paid to Brigide, wife of Anthony and daughter of John Fogge, deceased, so that she may have money and goods to distribute as she wishes 11 May, 28 Henry VIII English

 

1536

D2535/M/12/2

Deeds

 

[15th-16th cent]

D2535/M/12/2/1

Bargain and sale Edward Lowe of Alderwasley, to Richard Blackwall of the Calke. In consideration of £45 and more, of all woods and underwoods growing and being in two hedges, places or parcels of wood or ground, one of which is called Thesselee Lee, and in one other hedge that is parcel of Shinnge Cliffe 15 Jan 1563 English

 

1563

D2535/M/12/2/2

Bargain and sale Edward Lowe of Alderwasley to Rauff Leek of Hasland and James Flynte of Wirkesworth, [ore] burner In consideration of £21, of a parcel of land in Gythyeene in the over part of Shenyngclyffe [Shining Cliff] in Alderwasle [Alderwasley], with all woods and underwoods, provided that they shall leave standing all crabbeyes (crab apples?), hollyes, 26 standells (young trees) and 2 ashes 27 Feb, 15 Elizabeth 1 English

 

1573

D2535/M/12/2/3

Lease Thomas Fowne of Allerwaslegh to John Bridde senior and Thomas Bradschawe of Derby. In consideration of 60 shillings for 4 years at 15 shillings per annum of his park or wood called Shynyngcliffe and a parcel of land called Derwentfield with 20 waggonloads of firewood to be received yearly. Witnesses; Thomas Babynton, John Saucheverell, Ralf Saucheverell, Thomas Columbell, Henry Columbell and others At Alderwaslegh, 27 Dec, 38 Henry VI Latin

 

1459

D2535/M/12/2/4

Lease Thomas Lowe to Cristofer Wilde for 5 years at 4 shillings per annum of a close in Allerwaslegh [Alderwasley] called the Nether Derwyndfeld, with covenant to grub up all "whitewode" growing thereon so that it may be made arable or meadow from the Neyer Pirle and the Lowbe Broke the goes between the Ring Yarde Hegge and the water of Derwynde. Thomas covenants that Cristofer may remain in possession after the expiry of the term, at the same annual rent, provided that he himself does not wish to occupy the land 4 Mar, 12 Edward IV English

 

1472

D2535/M/12/2/5

Lease Thomas Lowe to Henry Bradshawe. For 3 years at 40 shillings per annum of two closes in Allerwasleghe, known as Derwyntfeld and Shynyng Cliff, with covenant to grub up all "whitwode" growing upon the arable of Derwyndfeld. Thomas covenants that Henry may remain in possession after the expiry of the term, at the same rent, provided that he does not wish to occupy the land himself 2 Mar, 12 Edward IV English

 

1473

D2535/M/12/2/6

Lease Edward Lowe of Alderwaslee to Agnes Fearne of Wirkesworth [Wirksworth]. In consideration of £100, for 21 years at a peppercorn rent, of a tenement called Water Place in Alderwaslee [Alderwasley] with all manner of woods and underwoods growing or being therein. Covenant to levy a fine. 31 Oct, 5 and 6 Philip and Mary English

 

1558

D2535/M/12/3

Estate papers

 

[15th-17th cent]

D2535/M/12/3/1

Memoranda re the Shynyngclyff [Shining Cliff] providing it to be charter land and not copyhold. Cites deeds of John Fawne to Ralf, son of Perys of Pole, 6 Henry (1418-1419); Ralf Pole and others to John Saucheverell, 23 Henry VI (1444-1445); Thomas Fawne to John Bridde the elder and Thomas Bradshawe, 38 Henry VI (1459-1460); Thomas Fawne to Lord Grey and Lord Grey and others to Thomas Honford and Joan daughter of Thomas Fawne. no date English

 

c1480

D2535/M/12/3/2

Grant Thomas Lowe of Allerwaslegh to Philip Okovere of Okover, Ralf Sacheverell of Snyterton, Reginald Leghe of Blackbroke, Reginald Legh of Annesley, Laurence Lowe, Humphrey Lowe, James Royston of Legh, George Lowe, Ottiwell Lowe, Brian Lowe, Richard Newton of Newton, Richard Eyton of Malefeld [Mayfield] and William Hyll. All his goods and chattels, live and dead, in England, as his executors and assigns, together with all debts owed to him. Witnesses;- John Wygley of Wyrkesworth, Richard Blackwall of the same, Thomas Storer of the same, William Glossop of the same Henry Bradshawe of...

 

1481

D2535/M/12/3/3

Bond in 500 marks Between Anthony Lowe and Thomas More, Knight, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, by Thomas Audeley his attorney the obligation being that, after the grant of the manor of Alderwasley etc to Anthony by Henry VIII, he shall "stand to and performe the order and decree of the chaunceler and counsell of the said duchy for the tyme beyng and for all suche tymber and wodes now beyng and growyng wythyn the said maner or any other premysses" 16 Feb, 20 Henry VIII English

 

1529

D2535/M/12/3/3-4

Certificates of search, Supreme Court of Judicature

 

1900

D2535/M/12/3/5

Inquisition Post Mortem on Anthony Lowe taken at Derby before Edward Boothe, escheator, returned that Anthony held the following;- the manor of Alderwasley, 27 messuages, 5 cottages, 2 watermills, 300 acres arable, 300 acres meadow, 300 acres pasture, 1000 acres wood and 400 acres heath in Alderwaslee, Ashlehay and Milnehaylande, held of the Queen at £26 10s. per annum and is worth £10 more. -1 messuage, 20 acres arable, 4 acres meadow, 10 acres pasture in Wirkeworth in the tenure of John Spencer recently the property of the chantry of the Holy Cross within the church of Wirksworth, now...

 

1600

D2535/M/12/3/6

Decree of the Court of Wards Following an inquisition taken at Derby on 14 Jan 1607 into the wardship and marriage of Edward Lowe, son and heir of Anthony Lowe, deceased and whereas Edward Lowe later exhibited a petition of travers, by Anne Fearne his "prochein amie", against Pattricke Lowe his guardian and was admitted to his travers by decree dated 7 Jas I (1609) and whereas Pattricke Lowe, Thomas Wilson and Nicholas Otwell became bound to the King in 6 obligations of £40 each, dated 9 May, 4 James. I (1606), being for the fine of the marriage of Edward Lowe and for the lease of his...

 

1615

D2535/M/12/3/7

[Documents stitched together] i) Petition Edward Lowe of Charles I. Concerning a petition made by him the previous March touching certain charters and grants made to his ancestors, which the King referred to the attorney general and the attorney of the Duchy of Lancaster for advice. The advice now having been delivered, he requests the King to give a warrant to the attorney general for the preparation of a bill for the King's signature, confirming the said grants with such additions as may be thought fit. With note signed by Thomas Aylesbury that the King wills that the petition be...

 

1628-1632

D2535/M/12/3/8

Copy petition Edward Lowe to Charles I Recalling that, at his own expense, he had fitted out his eldest son with a troop of horse in the service of Charles I, in which his other 5 sons served as officers, as a result of which his house and lands were sorely plundered by the parliamentary troops, and asking for the sequestration of the estates of the plunderers in compensation for the damage suffered by him. With a list of depredations committed by the troops of Colonel Gell and others in 1642, to the value of £2555 13s. 4d Undated 19th century copy

 

c1645

D2535/M/12/3/9

Petition John Lowe to Charles II. Asking that, whereas Charles I had on 23 May, 7 CharIes (1631) granted to John Fearne the court house or moot hall of Wirksworth together with several messuages, for 31 years at £1 6s. 8d per annum and had furthermore made him receiver and bailiffe of the manor, lordship and soke of Wirksworth and granted him all the benefits, thereof and whereas John Fearne had died on February 1649/1650 and John Lowe was now in possession of the above lease as executor under the will of the said John Fearne and whereas the petitioner was captain of horse to the late King...

 

c1670

D2535/M/12/3/10

Agreement Between John Lowe of Alderwaslee and the Rt. Hon. William, Earl of Yarmouth. For the purchase by the Earl of Lowe's share in a sough called Long Sough on Cromford Moor and of all his share in the groves and lead mines which benefit from the sough and of which he is owner as sough master. In consideration of 10 guineas to be paid to Lowe at the time of the agreement and which he is to retain if the Earl does not complete the purchase, and of £129 5s. to be paid upon completion. Lowe is not to convey the groves and mines which he has as a miner, but only such as he holds in right...

 

1687

D2535/M/12/4

Family and estate papers

 

1471-1540

D2535/M/12/4/1

Indulgence for all sins from William Sutton, master of the house of Burtonsed Lazan (Burton Lazars, Leics) to Thomas Lowe At Burton 1 Aug 1471 Latin

 

1471

D2535/M/12/4/2

Holograph letter Henry, Lord Grey, to Christofer Wylde and John of Newton. Instructing them to go into the Schynyng Clyff and take as much timber as necessary for his house in Alderwaslye At Codnor 1 Jun c.1480 English

 

c1480

D2535/M/12/4/3

Declaration by the inhabitants of the townships of Alderwasslegh, and Asheleyhey. Being far from a parish church which causes great hardship and whereas, with the consent of their ordinary and curate, they have repaired and rebuilt a chapel in honour of St Margaret in Alderwasslegh, that they have given a yearly rent, some money and some cattle for the sustenance of a priest there. It is agreed that the administration of this endowment should be entrusted to Thomas Low, Henry Bradshaw, John Ward, Richard Legh, Robert Alsoppe and Richard Newton of Alderwaslegh and William Bayghton, Richard...

 

c1540

D2535/M/12/5

Hurt family correspondence and misc. papers, 19th-20th cent

 

19th cent-20th cent

D2535/M/12/5/1

Letter Moore and Robinson's Notts. Banking Co. to Mrs Mary Boot, Gainsborough re her half yearly payments

 

1876

D2535/M/12/5/2

Schedule of deeds of Mrs Mary Boot, deceased, relating to the mortgage

 

1898

D2535/M/12/5/5

Memorandum Transfer of securities by A F Hurt

 

1901

D2535/M/12/5/6-7

Power of Attorney F C A Hurt to Mrs Isabel Clara Hurt

 

1915

D2535/M/12/5/8

Assent by London County Westminster and Parrs Bank to F C A. Hurt's sale of estates at Alderwasley, Crich and Heage

 

1920

D2535/M/12/5/9

Fire insurance policy on 7, The Crescent, Filey, Yorkshire

 

1921

D2535/M/12/5/10

Notice by Randolph Eddowes and Co, Wardwick that all interest of F C Hurt interest in securities has been assigned to him by James Thomas Walker by way of mortgage

 

1930

D2535/M/12/5/11-13

Bundles of baptism, marriage and death certificates and declarations re Hurt family

 

1829-1872

D2535/M/12/5/14

Declaration of A F Hurt re family settlement

 

1895

D2535/M/12/5/15

Agreement re maintenance, F C A Hurt and C Hurt

 

1925

D2535/M/12/5/16

Declaration of Trust and related documents re transfer of mortgage of A F Hurt.

 

1880

D2535/M/12/5/17

War stock receipts Henry A Le Fawne Hurt

 

1929

D2535/M/12/6

Francis Edward Hurt

 

1781 - 1854

D2535/M/12/6/1

Abstract of Will of Francis Edward Hurt

 

1854

D2535/M/12/7

Francis Hurt

 

1803 - 1861

D2535/M/12/7/1

Abstract of will Francis Hurt

 

1856

D2535/M/12/7/2

Probate copy of will Francis Hurt

 

1861

D2535/M/12/7/3

Undertaking of executor re mortgage advance to A F Hurt

 

1883

D2535/M/12/7/4

Statutory declaration by Theodore Octavius Hurt re charge on realty in second codicil of will

 

1893

D2535/M/12/8

Albert Frederic Hurt (d.1835)

 

1835

D2535/M/12/8/1

Probate of will Albert Frederic Hurt

 

1906

D2535/M/12/8/2

Probate and trust documents Albert Frederic Hurt

 

1908

D2535/M/12/9

Frances Hurt (d.1893)

 

1893

D2535/M/12/9/1-3

Abstracts of will Frances Hurt

 

1887-1888

D2535/M/12/10

Elizabeth Hurt (d.1890)

 

1890

D2535/M/12/10/1

Abstract of will Elizabeth Hurt

 

1887-1888

D2535/M/12/11

Selina Hurt

 

nd

D2535/M/12/11/1

Probate of will Selina Hurt

 

1902

D2535/M/12/12

Francis Cecil Albert Hurt (d.1878)

 

1926

D2535/M/12/12/1

Probate of will Francis Cecil Albert Hurt

 

1926

D2535/M/12/12/2-3

Corrective affidavit Francis Cecil Albert Hurt

 

1926

D2535/M/12/13

Seymour Frederic Auckland Albert Hurt (d.1879)

 

1914

D2535/M/12/13/1

Letters of administration Seymour Frederic Auckland Albert Hurt

 

1914

D2535/M/12/14

Alice Mary Sophia Hurt (d.1894)

 

1894-1920

D2535/M/12/14/1

Trust documents

 

1894-1914

D2535/M/12/14/2

Executor's receipt

 

1918

D2535/M/12/14/3

Certificate of discharge from estate duty

 

1920

D2535/M/13

F C A Hurt Deeds relating to the Crich Estate, 19th-20th cent

 

c1799-1901

D2535/M/13/1

Rental for Alderwasley, Ashleyhay, Alderwasley stone quarry, Castern, Crich, Heage

 

1852-1875

D2535/M/13/2

Abstract of valuation of Francis Hurt's estates in Alderwasley, Ashleyhay, Belper, Crich and Heage in Derbyshire and Castern in Staffordshire. Gives tenants names, acreages, annual values, fixed rents.

 

1853

D2535/M/13/3

Survey and particular of the estate of Francis Hurt in township of Crich. Gives tenants' names, particulars of land including numbers on map (not found), field names, acreage

 

1853

D2535/M/13/3/4

Will of Joane Lowe: Her body to be buried in the rood choir of Wirksworth next to her husband; 4d (pence) each to the churches of Coventry and Lichfield; the stock of her chapel goods to be used to maintain a priest at Alderwasley; to her tenants 12d., to her household 2 shillings and her son Antony to be executor. Witnesses;- Henry Eyre, priest, William Ayrson, priest, Crystover Eyton, priest, Roger Lynder and John Feech and others 17 Aug 1531 English

 

1531

D2535/M/13/4

Act for Canal from Cromford Bridge to Erewash Canal near Langley Bridge and a cut from intended canal near Codnor Park Mill to Pinxton Mill, cap LXXIV 29 George III (printed)

 

c1799

D2535/M/13/5

Conveyance to Francis Hurt by Thomas Towndrow and others 1803, Betty and Kitty Tatam 1807 and Joseph Bowmer 1808 of properties in Crich (No 4)

 

1803-1808

D2535/M/13/6

Conveyance (and title deeds) from Richard Arkwright esq. to Francis Hurt esq. of various properties including 1/8 part of Crich Chase, Fourteen Acres Wood, Hag Wood, Hillside Wood, Bilbery Wood, Billberry Hill, 1/12 part of Spring Wood in Crich and of Crich manor, also parts of limestone, lead mines, lot and cope in manor of Crich (No 5)

 

1843

D2535/M/13/7

Conveyances from trustees of David Woodhouse's will 1842 and from trustees and Samuel Travis to Francis Hurt esq. of properties in Crich (No 6)

 

1842-1843

D2535/M/13/8

Conveyance (and abstracts), Robert Hay to Francis Hurt esq. to several houses (formerly a warehouse) and other premises, Crich Chase (No 12)

 

1848

D2535/M/13/9

Conveyances in exchange 1. Francis Hurt esq. to trustees of settlement of Francis Hurt jun Esq. of Buxtons Wood with tithes in Crich 2. Duke of Devonshire to trustees of same settlement of meadow land in Crich (for land taken by railway) (No 13)

 

1847-1848

D2535/M/13/10

Conveyances in exchange 1. trustees of settlement of Francis Hurt jun Esq. to Francis Hurt Esq. of Great Croft in Crich 2. Duke of Devonshire to Francis Hurt Esq. of meadow land in Crich (for land taken by railway). (No 14)

 

1847-1848

D2535/M/13/11

Conveyance, Manchester, Buxton, Matlock and Midland Junction Railway Co to Francis Hurt esq. of land (late Poysers) in Crich (No 16)

 

1851

D2535/M/13/12

Agreement between railway as in 13/11 and Francis Hurt esq., numbered in red '21' and endorsed 'A In Chancery' and referred to in affidavit, 1852. Encloses agreement for occupation of farm in Crich, Francis Hurt and Israel Poyser 1853

 

1853

D2535/M/13/13

Agreement between railway as in 13/11 and Francis Hurt esq., pencilled "Bundle No 16," numbered in red 20 and endorsed B In Chancery and referred to in affidavit 1852

 

1847

D2535/M/13/14

Conveyance, Robert Hay to A F Hurt esq. of 2 messuage, lands, tithes rent charge etc at Crich

 

1862

D2535/M/13/15

Release by George Edward Hurt esq., for balance of his portion under marriage settlement of father Francis Hurt esq. deceased. (No 25)

 

1873

D2535/M/13/16

Lease and counterpart, A F Hurt esq. to Joseph Glossop, of house etc at Ambergate, endorsed with further lease 1888 surrendered 1897 (No17)

 

1878-1897

D2535/M/13/17

Deeds with writings relating to title of A F Hurt esq. to 10 cottages at Thurlow Booth, Crich in mortgage to - and reconveyance to A F Hurt esq. (No27)

 

1831-1901

D2535/M/13/18

Conveyance (with title deeds), Woodhouse's trustees to Francis Hurt esq. of lands, part of Crich Chase, house and warehouse, stone quarry , tithes, part of manor of Crich and of lot and cope of Crich. Includes map of Crich Chase 1683, survey of Crich Chase and Hagg 1744/5 (No 7)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


Criche Chase in the parish of Criche in the County of Derby 2/3 parts belonging to the rt. Hon. George Lo. Marquis of Halifax and Charles Earle of Shrewsbury, 1/3 part belonging to several other persons who were purchasers of the same. Imm. Halton delin. 1683. Surveyor:Immanuel Halton. Scale: of 20 perches [1:6400 with dividers. Size: 76 x 64 cm...

1848

D2535/M/13/19

Grant, Samuel Argile to Francis Hurt, esq., of fee farm rent from Heage lands

 

1853

D2535/M/13/20

Epitome of the will and codicils of Francis Hurt esq. deceased

 

1861

D2535/M/13/21

Probate of will of Miss Emma Hurt, deceased

 

1866

D2535/M/13/22

Various including conveyance, S Walker and J Harvey to A F Hurt, of Crich land 1901 and abstract of title of the late George Topham's trustees (No 28)

 

c1901

D2535/M/13/23

Mr and Mrs Hurt's settlement . . . Receipts for portion moneys

 

1879-1892

D2535/M/13/24

A F Hurt esq. to the Misses Hurt, charge of a sum of £6,666 13s 4d on the Castern Estate

 

1883

D2535/M/13/25

Assignment, N A Hurt esq., to T O Hurt esq. and Reverend R N Hurt, of share of residuary personal estate of Francis Hurt esq. deceased by way of settlement

 

1888

D2535/M/13/26

Copy of will and codicil of the late Miss Selina Hurt (1895, 1900)

[?1902]

1902

D2535/M/13/27

List of legacies and securities belonging to the late Miss Selina Hurt

 

1902

D2535/M/14

Papers regarding No 7, The Crescent, Filey, Yorkshire

 

1854-1900's

D2535/M/14/1

No 7, The Crescent, Filey, Yorkshire Chiefly correspondence, also repair bills, insurance papers, papers concerning purchase in 1854 and re letting agreements etc, 1854-1900's particularly 1890's, 1900's

 

1854-1900s

D2535/M/15

Sale of Meerbrook Sough Co, Crich

 

1841-1902

D2535/M/15/1

Papers concerning sale of the Meerbrook Sough Company undertaking to Ilkeston Corporation and Heanor Urban District Council or to Derby Corporation. Derby Corporation withdrew and Ilkeston and Heanor Water Board promoted a bill to constitute a board representative of the Ilkeston and Heanor local authorities with power to acquire the undertaking and to construct works to intercept the sough waters (1901). Chiefly dated 1895 - 1902. The papers include:- Act to incorporate the proprietors of the Meerbrook Sough 1841. Meerbrook Sough Co reports and accounts 1885-1900 (incomplete series...

 

1841-1902

D2535/M/16

Frances Hurt d.1893

 

1840- early 20th cent

D2535/M/16/1

Papers concerning affairs of Miss Frances Hurt of Bryn Eithin near Aberdovey, Merioneth, deceased including:- Probate of will (will 1887, probate 1893, 1894) capital and income accounts, bank pass books (1840-1902), sale particulars of properties near Aberdovey (1889, 1894) , correspondence chiefly after death of Miss Hurt, agreement to build house at Brynhyfryd, Merioneth (1876), letter from the Crimea (1854-5)

 

1840- early 20th cent

D2535/M/17

J N Hurt (d.1887)

 

Late 19th-early 20th cent

D2535/M/17/1

Papers concerning affairs of James Nicholas Hurt deceased including:- Probate of will (will 1883, proved 1887), commission as sub-lieutenant in royal navy 1872, certificates of service on ships, 1869-1873, certificate of competency as master of a home trade passenger ship 1880 certificate of discharge 1883, receipted bill concerning articles of partnership in a tug boat to ply on the Mersey 1874-5, correspondence, financial papers.

 

Late 19th-early 20th cent

D2535/M/18

Mrs C Crich estate deeds and papers, chiefly 19th cent

 

1799-1844

D2535/M/18/1

Certificates for redemption of Land Tax on Mr Hurt's estates in Alderwasley, Ashleyhay, Belper, Crich, Heage and Morley Park; Castern Wetton and Calton in Staffordshire (No 9)

 

1799

D2535/M/18/2

Grants to Francis Hurt esq. by 1. Sir Robert Wilmot of tithes of farm at Whatstandwell, Crich, 1804, 2. David Towndrow's trustees of tithes of the Barn Croft and Wire Meadow in Crich 1833, 3. Robert Hay of tithes of Bilberry Hill Wood, Cliff Allotment and allotments in Thurlow Booth in Crich 1844. (No 11)

 

1804-1844

D2535/M/18/3

Conveyance (abstract and title deeds) from Thomas Bowmer to Francis Hurt esq. of various named properties in Crich (N0 15)

 

1853

D2535/M/18/4

Conveyance by Francis Hurt esq. to trustees of his marriage settlement of lands etc in Crich (No 17)

 

1854

D2535/M/18/5

Conveyance (abstract and title deeds) from Robert Langley Sykes and Mr and Mrs Fincham to Francis Hurt esq. of the Thacker Chase Estate in Heage (freehold and copyhold) (No 7)

 

1824

D2535/M/18/6

Crich deeds

 

1859-1870

D2535/M/18/6/1

Conveyance of shares in lands in Crich, Mr R W Smith to the Misses Hurt

 

1859

D2535/M/18/6/2

Conveyance of tithe rent charge of lands etc in Crich, Thomas Lister and others to the Misses Elizabeth and Selina Hurt

 

1870

D2535/M/18/7

Crich deeds

 

1859-1860

D2535/M/18/7/1

Conveyance of 1/3 share in lands near Crich Carr by Lord Scarsdale to the Misses Hurt

 

1859

D2535/M/18/7/2

Conveyance of lands at Crich, James Taylor to the Misses Hurt

 

1860

D2535/M/18/8

Conveyance of lands in Crich, John Wilmott to the Misses Hurt.

 

1864

D2535/M/18/9

Conveyance of messuages, lands etc at Crich, Robert Turner to Misses Elizabeth and Selina Hurt

 

1869

D2535/M/18/10

Conveyance of share in premises in Crich, William Jones to Misses Elizabeth and Selina Hurt

 

1874

D2535/M/18/11

Albert F Hurt esq., deeds relating to 2 fields at Crich Chase purchased fro Mrs Hadfield

 

1899

D2535/M/19

Alderwasley and Castern estates: deeds etc

 

[16th-20th cent]

D2535/M/19/1

Map of the Park and part of the demesne lands at Alderwasly the seat of Francis Hurt Esq. with some alterations by William Emes [landscape designer and gardener active, mid-18th - early-19th cent, noted for his laying out of water], the alterations are described as 'proposed']

 

1784

D2535/M/19/2

Old deeds relating to the Castern Estate (chiefly 16th-17th C) (No 1)

 

[16th-17th cent]

D2535/M/19/3

Conveyance to Francis Hurt esq. from Anthony and Peter Walker 1782 and from Peter Walker 1791 of Crich properties

1782, 1791

1782-1791

D2535/M/19/4

Conveyance (and title deeds) from Messrs Webster and Goodwin to Francis Hurt esq. of farm at Whatstandwell Bridge (No 3)

 

1800

D2535/M/19/5

Deed by Francis Hurt esq. to make a tenant to the precipe to suffer a recovery of manors of Over and Nether Castern, estates in Over and Nether Castern, Ilam, Wetton, Calton, Blore, Waterfall, Mayfield, 1802 with recovery; merger by Duke of Devonshire of tithes in estate of Francis Hurt esq. at Wetton 1841 (No 4)

1802, 1841

1802-1841

D2535/M/19/6

Conveyance (and title deeds) from Anthony Massey and others to Francis Hurt esq. of farmhouse and lands at Damgate, parish Ilam, Staffordshire (No 6)

 

1829

D2535/M/19/7

Conveyance (and title deeds) from Samuel Travis to Francis Hurt esq. of Buxton Wood and several other named properties and tithes, in Crich (No 8)

 

1846

D2535/M/19/8

Releases from John Broadhurst elder and younger to Francis Hurt and other relating to Broadhursy settlement, law bill and other papers (No 14)

 

1843

D2535/M/19/9

Conveyance by Francis Hurt esq. to A F Hurt esq. messuages and hereditaments at Thurlow Booth, Crich (No21)

 

1859

D2535/M/19/10

Conveyance, William Bradley to Francis Hurt esq. of house and land at Toad Meer, Heage, (No 3)

 

1780

D2535/M/19/11

Grant, Reverend Charles Holden to Thomas Anthony Dean esq. and F Hurt Esq. to receive a rent charge of £500 per annum to Mrs Holden (No 4)

 

1791

D2535/M/19/12

Conveyance, John Sims and John Gration to A F Hurt esq., 2 cottages and gardens at Heage (No13)

 

1878

D2535/M/19/13

Bundle in 2 parts, of title deeds relating to Crich

 

18th cent -19th cent

D2535/M/19/14

A F Hurt esq., deeds relating to property at Crich Chase purchased from Robert Hay and his devisee (the bundle contains 2 sub-bundles) (No 26)

 

17th cent-19th cent

D2535/M/20

Annual files of Hurt estates corresp

 

c1905-1923

D2535/M/20/1

File relating to Alderwasley estate - lease to Shepherd-Cross, draft leases and correspondence

 

1913

D2535/M/20/2

Alderwasley estate correspondence file including draft assignment of Parsonage House

 

1924

D2535/M/20/3

Alderwasley estate correspondence file including handbills relating to the sale of timber and Articles of Association of the Theosophical Educational Trust

 

1918

D2535/M/20/4

Alderwasley estate correspondence file

 

1915

D2535/M/20/5

Lease of coal and fireclay at Heage - A F Hurt to Joseph Cockayne. Dated 1 January

 

1904

D2535/M/20/6

Agreement with Walter Glossop for sporting rights - Major F C Hurt.

 

1921

D2535/M/20/7

Alderwasley estate correspondence

 

1918

D2535/M/21

Business papers

 

early 20th cent

D2535/M/21/1

Hurt family - general business papers

 

1929-1933

D2535/M/21/2

Correspondence regarding Hanklin's Farm

 

1921

D2535/M/21/3

Widening of Cromford Whatstandwell main road

 

1929

D2535/M/21/4

Bundle relating to the site of "Crich Stand"

 

1922

D2535/M/21/5

Tenancy of "Chase Cliffe" - Maurice Deacon, Esq..

 

1909

D2535/M/21/6

Midland Railway co. - wire netting on fence near Longlands Tunnel, Ambergate

 

early 20th cent

D2535/M/21/7

Whatstandwell sewage

 

1925

D2535/M/21/8

Lease of "Kennelwood" to G N Ediss - lease and correspondence

 

1924

D2535/M/21/9

Lease of land at Heage to Belper UDC for allotments - lease and correspondence

 

1910

D2535/M/21/10

Letting of White Wells Farm to E O Davies - correspondence

 

1923

D2535/M/21/11

New Barn Farm water supply - correspondence and small plans

 

1921

D2535/M/21/12

Lease of "Chase Cliffe" to Maurice Deacon (see B5) lease and correspondence

 

1921

D2535/M/21/13

Proposed sale of wire works to Messrs. Johnson and Nephew - correspondence and analysis of 1874 lease.

 

1920

D2535/M/21/14

Alderwasley correspondence file

 

1916

D2535/M/22

Alderwasley estate

 

1908-1925

D2535/M/22/1-3

Alderwasley correspondence files

 

1921-1923

D2535/M/22/4

Notebook - Alderwasley agenda

 

1908

D2535/M/22/5

Envelopes of miscellaneous receipts

 

1924-1925

D2535/M/22/6

Agreement with Anthony Sims Ltd. and correspondence

 

1919

D2535/M/22/7

Alderwasley estate correspondence file

 

1925

D2535/M/22/8

Alderwasley estate correspondence file.

 

1914

D2535/M/23

Alderwasley estate

 

1909-1925

D2535/M/23/1

Alderwasley estate correspondence file including some War Agricultural Committee correspondence.

 

1917

D2535/M/23/2

Tenancy agreement for 7, the Crescent, Filey.

 

1915

D2535/M/23/3

Alderwasley estate correspondence

 

1916

D2535/M/23/4

Alderwasley estate correspondence

 

1915

D2535/M/23/5

Alderwasley estate correspondence

 

1914

D2535/M/23/6

Memo regarding timber sale on Alderwasley estate

 

1915

D2535/M/23/7

Alderwasley estate correspondence file

 

1917

D2535/M/23/8

Alderwasley Parsonage House - lease and correspondence

 

1921

D2535/M/23/9

White Wells Farm - application for charge and loan: correspondence, copy ward etc.

 

1924

D2535/M/23/10

Sale of land to L.M.S. - Ambergate and Broadholme widening - draft conveyance and correspondence

 

1925

D2535/M/23/11

Agreement with the Duke of Devonshire regarding boundary with the Hurt property at Whatstandwell

 

1912

D2535/M/23/12

Longlands Tunnel - correspondence

 

1925

D2535/M/23/13

Tenancy agreement with Roy Glossop for pipeworks at Longway Bank

 

1925

D2535/M/23/14

Blue print - Messrs. Johnsons' proposals for new sidings, Ambergate

 

1925

D2535/M/23/15

Sale of lot 9, Alderwasley sale

 

1925

D2535/M/23/16

Sale of Chase Wood timber to Joseph Glossop and Sons

 

1921

D2535/M/23/17

West Bank Farm, Heage.

 

1909

D2535/M/24

Alderwasley estate

 

1919-1930

D2535/M/24/1

Alderwasley estate correspondence file.

 

1919

D2535/M/24/2

Alderwasley estate correspondence file.

 

1920

D2535/M/24/3

Alderwasley estate correspondence file.

 

1928

D2535/M/24/4

Alderwasley estate correspondence file.

 

1927

D2535/M/24/5

Alderwasley estate correspondence file.

 

1929-1930

D2535/M/25

Family papers

 

1920-1926

D2535/M/25/1

File regarding Major F C A Hurt's divorce including many draft deeds

 

1925

D2535/M/25/2

Correspondence file including Major Hurt's personal account book.

 

1926

D2535/M/25/3

General business file - Hurt family.

 

1920

D2535/M/26

Property and business papers

 

1905-1928

D2535/M/26/1

Correspondence files relating to Whitwells Farm.

 

1921

D2535/M/26/2

Francis Hurt - general business file.

 

1905

D2535/M/26/3

Release to Roy Glossop - pipeworks at Longway Bank

 

1919

D2535/M/26/4

Miss E S Lawrence's annuity - correspondence.

 

1917

D2535/M/26/5

Correspondence regarding Cattistock Cottage.

 

1928

D2535/M/26/6

Derwent Hotel - sale to Hardys and Hansons

 

1928

D2535/M/26/7

Surrender of Shepherd-Cross lease.

 

1919

D2535/M/27

Heage, Ambergatea and Alderwasley

 

1907-1929

D2535/M/27/1

Alderwasley estate correspondence file.

 

1907

D2535/M/27/2

F C A Hurt's mortgage of his personal estate to Parr's Bank

 

1917

D2535/M/27/3

Sale of land at Ambergate to Derbyshire County Council - including conveyances.

 

1917

D2535/M/27/4

Correspondence regarding proposed sale to Heage UDC

 

1920

D2535/M/27/5

Proposed further allotments at Heage - Heage UDC

 

1918

D2535/M/27/6

General business file.

 

1917

D2535/M/27/7

Joseph Glossop and Sons' lease of Longway Bank pipeworks

 

1929

D2535/M/27/8

Correspondence regarding option to bore for Black Rock with draft agreements.

 

1914

D2535/M/27/9

Lease of "Tythe Cottage" Kinsterworth.

 

1932

D2535/M/27/10

Ilkeston and Heanor Water Board's new main.

 

1929

D2535/M/27/11

Sale of a piece of land at Whatstandwell to L.M.S.R.

 

1924

D2535/M/27/12

T.O. Hurt's trust.

 

1915

D2535/M/27/13

Lease of Alderwasley fishing rights.

 

1927

D2535/M/28

Selina Hurt

 

1871-1923

D2535/M/28/1

Trust and Probate Documents re Miss Selina Hurt

 

1902-1903

D2535/M/28/2

Heage Manor Court Minute Book Apr 1878 - Feb 1892

 

1878-1892

D2535/M/28/3

Alderwasley and Ashleyhay Manor Court Minute book Oct 1833 - July 1860

 

1833-1860

D2535/M/28/4

Alderwasley and Ashleyhay Manor Court Minute book May 1878 - Apr 1906

 

1878-1906

D2535/M/28/5

Survey Properties of A F Hurt in Crich - giving occupier, plot no, description and area

 

1871

D2535/M/28/6

Leases, surrenders and related correspondence re mineral rights in Heage

 

1914-1923

D2535/M/28/7

Documents re road to Stripe Farm, Heage

 

1917-1920

D2535/M/28/7/1

Draft of grant of road F C A Hurt to Edgar Stone

 

1917-1920

D2535/M/28/7/2

Map showing road to Stripe Farm 60 x 48 cms, no scale, c1917

 

1917-1920

D2535/UL

Hurt family of Alderwasley: unlisted records

Under D1056 there were 11 boxes, labelled A-J and 'Additional May 1977, 1985'. It appears that the first nine boxes were re-listed under D2535/M/20-28 (although no documents are numbered, and a thorough check has not been made). It is possible that Box J and the box of additions were not re-listed at the same time, or it could be that there contents are incorporated within D2535 and specific details have not yet been identified

Becky Sheldon, 16 Nov 2018

 

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