Ref No

D303/

Fox family

 

[14th-19th cent]

D303/1

Deeds relating to Church Gresley, Twyford and Stenson

 

[14th cent]-1556

D303/1/1

Gift by William Galet son of Richard Galet of Twyford to William de Muschamp, clerk, son of Hugh de Muschamp of two acres of meadow in Twyford. Witnesses: Matthew de Curzon, Richard de Curzon, William de Coddington, Henry de Chambers, William Norman, Richard son of William de Steyneston [Stenson], Robert son of Richard de Erliston[Arleston]

 

[14th cent]

D303/1/2

Gift by Adam Eliot of Linton to his son Ralph of a tenement in Linton and in Castle Gresley. Witnesses: John Oky, Robert son of Matilda, Robert Anketel, John son of Reginald, Ralph Thurmot [Thormond] de Linton

 

[14th cent]

D303/1/3

Quit claim by Robert son of Richard de Gresley to Adam Helyot [Elliott] of Linton and his wife Agnes and their son Ralph of an acre of arable land in Gresley. Witnesses: William of the Hall of Gresley, Engelard the miller, Adam Thormunt [Thurmond] of Linton, John Shepherd, William Blakgreve

 

3 Jul 1305

D303/1/4

Gift by Richard Galet of Twyford to Thomas Galet of a messuage in Twyford. Witnesses: Robert de Mountjoy,, William de [ ], Henry de Chambers, Robert Norman, William le Walsche. Sunday after the feast of St Mark the Evangelist (25 Apr) 1 Ed II

 

1308

D303/1/5

Quit claim by Isolda, once wife of Ralph de Mountjoy, to Robert Ferbray [Firebrace]of Willington and his wife Isolda, of two messuages in Steyneston [Stenson] and Twyford. Sunday before the feast of St Andrew the Apostle (30 Nov)

 

1308

D303/1/6

Gift by John Oky of Linton to John son of John le Taylour of half an acre of arable land in Linton. Witnesses: Nicholas of the Hall of Gresley, Ralph Thormot [Thormond] of Linton, Adam son of John of Linton, William son of Michael Oky, John Blagreve. Friday after the feast of the anunciation of the Virgin Mary (25 Mar) 22 Ed III

(damaged)

1348

D303/1/7

Gift by William [ ] of Linton to John son of [ ] of land in Linton. Witnesses: Walter Oky of Linton, William son of Matilda of Linton, Nicholas Anketel, John Thormot [Thormond], Adam son of John. Monday after the feast of St Nicholas (6 Dec) 36 Ed III

(damaged)

1362

D303/1/8

Gift by Robert Tooke, lord of Sinfin to John Warde of Stenson and his wife Alice of 5s a rent a year from land which Joan Warde (mother of John) holds. Witnesses: John Firebrace, William Atha[? at the Hall of Gresley], Richard de Elkesley, Robert Smythe. Saturday in the feast of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary (8 Sep) 9 Hen IV

(damaged)

1408

D303/1/9

Quit claim by John Findern, knight, to John Warde of Stenson of a messuage and a virgate of land in Stenson and 5s of rent a year. 12 Jun 5 Hen V

 

1417

D303/1/10

Gift by John Frodesham of Ashby de la Zouch [Leics.]to John Granger of Blackfordby and his wife Joan of a parcel of land with the buildings and eight and a half acres of arable land. Witnesses: Robert Thurmund of Linton, Ralph Blagreve of Linton, John [ ] of Linton, John Oky, John Smyth. 8 Jul 4 Hen VI

 

1426

D303/1/11

Gift by John Clement chaplain, John Benet chaplain, William Dawson chaplain, William de Findern and John de Willington to John Ward of lands in Derbyshire. Witnesses: John Ilkesley, Thomas Symnet, Henry Plompton. 5 Aug 16 Hen VI

 

1438

D303/1/12

Gift by Robert Cannibile [?Kemble] of Castle Gresley to William Smyth als Taillour son of William Taillour of six and a half acres and a rood of arable land in Linton in a place called the Overendefyeld. Witnesses: Henry Holand of Caldwell ,Robert Thormond of Linton, Ralph Blacgreve of Linton, Reginald Ronndell of Stapenhill,, Henry de Caldwell. Tuesday after the feast of St Luke the Evangelist (18 Oct) 18 Hen VI

 

1439

D303/1/13

Gift by John Smyth, Henry Peek and Ambrose Fischer ,chaplain to John Gresley knight, and Roger Smyth chaplain of lands in Derbyshire which they (together with Richard Vernon and Robert Hay, now deceased) recently acquired from John Warde. Witnesses John Wright the elder of Stenson, John Wright junior, John Fischer of Twyford, Richard Symnet of Stenson, William Campion of Twyford.. 4 Aug 36 Hen VI

 

1458

D303/1/14

Agreement in which William Crewker, John Warde of Stenson, and John Warde junior are bound to John Gresley knight that they will honour the award of two messuages in Stenson]and two oxgangs of land in Twyford and Stenson (on verso is a transcription made 1759 by S B jun). Feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist (24 Jun) 6 Ed IV

(In English)

1466

D303/1/15

Gift by William Hughwett [Hewitt]of Kings Newton to Henry Wyldhar [Wilder] of all his movable and immovable goods. Witnesses: Robert Wilne of Melbourne, vicar, Robert Revet of Kings Newton, John Wymond, Thomas Ragge. (On verso, signed by Bristowe jun, 1760). Monday after the feast of Corpus Christi 9 Ed IV

 

1469

D303/1/16

Gift by William Warde of Stenson to his wife Margaret of an annual rent of 13s 4d of his messuages and lands in Stenson for life in lieu of all dower and jointure after his decease. 27 Jan 20 Hen VIII

 

1529

D303/1/17

Gift by Roger Oky of Linton, husbandman to Richard Wakefeld of Castle Gresley yeoman of a virgate of land in Linton called Amflottes Lond. 6 Nov 27 Hen VIII

 

1535

D303/1/18

Gift by John Adams of Ashby de la Zouch to John Warde of Gresley of half a burgage in Ashby in a place called Caleys. 23 Mar 2&3 Philip and Mary

 

1556

D303/2

Deeds relating to property in Warwickshire

 

[14th cent]-1556

D303/2/1

Gift by William Wychyng of Minworth [Warwickshire] to Thomas son of Emeric of Bonebroc of half an acre of meadow in Minworth. Witnesses: William Jordan of Minworth , Peter son of Nicholas at the Heath, Richard Dobyn of Wychyngehull, Thomas son of Gervase de Wysshaue, Walter Gamel

 

[15th cent]

D303/2/2

Quit claim by Henry Bygge of Water Orton [Warwickshire] to Edward Wyllughby of lands in Werley [Walmley], Wyginhull and Sutton [Coldfield, Warwickshire]. 25 Jun 6 Hen VIII

 

1514

D303/2/3

Quit claim by John Brydd of Balsall, Henry Bigge of Orton and Thomas Nowbull of London to Antony Fitzherbert and his wife Matilda of lands in Warmeley [Walmley], Wygynshull and Sutton in Colfeld [Sutton Coldfield, all Warwickshire 24 Jul 10 Hen VIII

 

1518

D303/3/1-15

Deeds relating to a messuage in Church Gresley

(Ward)

Includes:

D303/3/4 Will and probate inventory of John Warde of Church Gresley, yeoman, 20 Sep-12 Oct 1604

D303/3/11-12 Will of Francis Ward of Repton, yeoman, 14 Feb 1645

D303/3/15 Schedule of deeds relating to land in Church Gresley owned by Ward, c1703

1561-1703

D303/4

Deeds relating to property in the parish of St Peter in Derby

 

1619-1681

D303/4/1

Feoffment by Thomas, Ellen, Mary and Elizabeth Houghton to Joseph Werden of a messuage in the parish of St Peter in Derby (late the inheritance of Francis Aspinall). 28 Sep 17 Jas I

 

1619

D303/4/2

Quit claim by Katheryne Aspinall to Edward Pymme of the same property as in D303/4/1. 4 Sep 20 Jas I

 

1622

D303/4/3

Lease for a year by Percival Willughby and Thomas Hurt to Hugh Bateman and Thomas Wild of the same property as in D303/4/1, as well as cottages in Baglane and Greene Lane Close in Derby and a close in the manor of Normanton

 

8 Apr 1681

D303/5/1-2

Fine between William Laxton and Henry Spencer and his wife Barbara (plaintiffs) and William Bradshawe and his wife Ann (defendants) of two messuages in Derby

 

1614

D303/6/1-8

Deeds relating to a meeting house at Burton upon Trent

(Walker-Pike)

Includes:

D303/6/1 Will of Gregory Walker of Burton upon Trent, clothworker, dated 25 Aug 1658

D303/6/6 Will of William Pike of Burton upon Trent, clerk, dated 6 May 1706

1658-1722

D303/6/9

Agreement for the lease for a year of a house and schoolroom on the High Street of Burton upon Trent and the chapel in the yard of the house by Peter Crompton of Eaton to Samuel Fox of Thurlston Grange and others (trustees of the Society of Presbyterians at Burton upon Trent)

 

16 Oct 1807

D303/7/1-23

Deeds relating to a messuage in Church Gresley

(Ward-Fox)

Includes:

D303/7/1 Will of Gilbert Ward of Derby, mercer, 5 Jul 1661

D303/7/7-8 Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Francis Ward and Constance Cheshire, both of Derby, 11-12 Oct 2 Anne (1703)

D303/7/13 Will of Philip Ward of Derby, gentleman, 17 Nov 1710

D303/7/14-16 Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Samuel Fox and Elizabeth Wagstaffe, both of Derby, 29-30 Nov 1711

D303/7/18 Survey of the inclosure and arable land in Church Gresley belonging to Samuel Fox, 1714

1661-1789

D303/8/1-6

Deeds relating to a messuage called the Cross House in Repton

(Ward-Fox)

Includes:

D303/8/1-2 Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Francis Ward of Ticknall and Frances Richardson of Thurlston, 10 Jun 1665

D303/8/3 Will of Francis Ward of Ticknall, clerk, 12 Dec 1667

D303/8/6 Will of Francis Ward of London, 29 Mar 1737

1665-1737

D303/9/1-23

Deeds relating to Windmill Pit Field in the parish of St Werburgh in Derby

(Radforth-Mills-Hogkinson-Fox-Richardson)

Includes:

D303/9/23 Abstract of title of Samuel Fox to two closes called the Upper Windmill Field and the Little Hill Close in Litchurch sold to Samuel Richardson, 1807

1677-1807

D303/10/1

Lease for 99 years of a messuage called Parke Head in the manor of Okeover (Staffs) by Sir Rowland Okeover of Okeover to Philip Moreton the elder of Okeover Woodhouses

 

27 May 1668

D303/11/1-20

Deeds relating to a messuage in Waldwick [Wardwick] Street in Derby and land in Parkefeild

(Cranwell-Greenwood-Fox)

Includes:

D303/11/1 Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Francis Gilbert and Esther Taberer, both of Derby, 22 Apr 1671

D303/11/4 Schedule of deeds and questions to be asked concerning the will of Lidia Cranwell, c1695

D303/11/9 Inventory of the goods, chattels, rights and credits of Lidia Cranwell late of Derby, 25 Mar 1695

D303/11/15 Copy of the will of Lydia Cranwell, dated 29 Oct 1692, examined 5 Aug 1720

1671-1720

D303/12/1-20

Deeds relating to the Derby Boat Company (of which Samuel Fox was a partner)

Includes:

D303/12/3-4 Notices of a meeting to be held by Derby County Hall concerning the Act to make the River Derwent navigable, 31 Mar-18 Apr 1721

D303/12/12 List of deeds deposited in the undertakers' chest at the George Inn in Derby, 26 Jun 1741

D303/12/20 Abstract of title to an acre of land late Robert Bakewell's purchase by undertakers, 18th cent

1679-1786

D303/13/1-6

Deeds relating to a shop in the Shambles in Derby

(Wagstaffe)

Includes:

D303/13/2 Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Gilbert Wagstaffe and Elizabeth Heaward, 21 Jan 1692

D303/13/3 Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Benjamin Bacon and Constance Hayward, 1 Jul 1692

D303/13/5 Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between John Calton and Elizabeth Wagstaff, 24 Oct 1699

D303/13/6 Will of John Caulton of Derby, butcher, 18 Apr 1707

1687-1707

D303/14/1-6

Deeds relating to a messuage in Waldwick [Wardwick] Street in Derby and another messuage in Babington Lane

(Mugge-Gisbourne-Wagstaffe)

Includes:

D303/14/4 Copy of settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Thomas Gisbourne junior of Derby and Temperance Parker, 22 Dec 1715

1698-1722

D303/15/1-2

Transfer of mortgage (from Elizabeth Wagstaffe to Benjamin Ashton) of lands in Wormhill, Tideswell and Stoney Middleton, owned by Alexander and Francis Sharpe

 

6 May 1713

D303/16

Schedule of deeds relating to the mortgage of Middleton manor by Samuel Fox to Hugh Bateman

 

27 Apr 1727

D303/17

Lease for 1000 years by John Parr and John Stamford, churchwardens of the parish of All Saints in Derby, to Samuel Fox of a close in the parish of St Peter near Babbinton [Babington] Lane, to raise money to build a workhouse

 

31 Jan 1728 [1729]

D303/18

Undertaking by Robert Holden of Foremark to defend Thomas Jackson and Samuel Fox against any charges or costs arising from his purchase of lands at Sawley and Wilne

 

5 Jan 1732

D303/19/1-2

Deeds relating to messuages and lands in Aston upon Trent

(Gisbourne-Fox, Burton and Greaves)

 

1743

D303/20/1-11

Deeds relating to the estate of Samuel Fox deceased, including a messuage in the parish of St Peter in Derby, and the guardianship of Samuel Fox junior

 

1747-1818

D303/21/1-4

Deeds relating to Babington Lane Close and the Windmill Pit Field in the parish of St Peter and St Werburgh in Derby

(Fox)

 

1747-1754

D303/22/1-9

Deeds relating to a messuage on a street called the Wardwick in Derby, parcels of land in the Windmill Pit Field and the Gallows Intack and closes in Trusley

(Fox)

Includes:

D303/21/1-2 Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Samuel Fox and Mary Bristowe, 30-31 Dec 1754

D303/21/9 Memorandum concerning a house and land situate in the Wardwick sold by Samuel Fox to the trustees of the Derby Mechanics Institute in 1837, 1 Aug 1840

1754-1840

D303/23/1-2

Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Samuel Fox and Ann Darwin (6 Mar 1799), and appointment of Edward Strutt, William Leaper Newton, Samuel Fox junior and William Forbes as trustees of the marriage settlement (7 Apr 1834)

On the verso of the fourth sheet is a statement of the amount of money comprised in the settlement, including a list of testators with date of death (5 Sep 1836)

 

1799-1836

D303/24/1

Schedule of deeds relating to lands in Trusley belonging to Samuel Fox and in mortgage to Messrs Gorham and Taylor

 

4 Sep 1812

D303/24/2-3

Deeds relating to Thurlstone Grange [Thulston]

(Fox-Darwin)

 

1819-1820

D303/25

Probate

 

18th cent-19th cent

D303/25/1

Will of Timothy Fox of Caldwell

 

17 Nov 1710

D303/25/2

Will of Frances Fox, widow of Timothy Fox of Caldwell, clerk, dated 1 Jan 1706 (proved 11 Apr 1712)

 

1706-1712

D303/25/3

Volume containing 'A funeral sermon occasioned by the decease of Mrs Lettice Marriott' who died 15 Aug 1711 by John Shower, preached at the meeting house in the Old Jewry, London, 19 Aug 1711, to which is added some copies and extracts of Lettice Marriott's papers. Transcribed by Samuel Marriott and dedicated to Francis Ward

 

11 Jun 1714

D303/25/4

Will of Thomas Bridges of Burton on Trent (Staffs) apothecary (witnesses include Samuel Fox)

 

21 May 1741

D303/25/5

Will of Elizabeth Bridges of Burton on Trent, widow of Thomas Bridges

 

29 May 1760

D303/25/6

Note on the burial of Elizabeth Bridges and William Cotton

 

[18th cent]

D303/25/7

Funeral expenses for Elizabeth Fox

 

1760

D303/25/8

Copy of the will of John Savidge of Great Tower Street, London, cooper

 

20 May 1773

D303/25/9

Office copy of administration of the goods of Gilbert Fox, granted to his sister Elizabeth Crampton

 

9 Apr 1782

D303/25/10

Will of Martha Fox, wife of Samuel Fox of Derby, dated

 

19 Jul 1791

D303/25/11

Will of Mary Bromfield

 

1 Aug 1791

D303/25/12

Will of Sarah Huthwait

 

1790s

D303/25/13

Valuation of the property belonging to Samuel Fox

 

Jan 1816

D303/25/14

List of property delivered to Laetitia Fox, from the estate of the late Thomas Bromfield

 

4 Jul 1817

D303/25/16

Engagements by Daniel Denison Rogers and Revd Eliphalet Pearson to pay annuities of £14 to Elizabeth and Laetitia Fox

 

10 Oct 1822-12 Feb 1823

D303/25/17

Will of Elizabeth Fox, late of Islington (Middlesex) but now of Cheltenham (Glous), dated

 

7 Nov 1823

D303/25/18

Deed of gift of personal estate by Elizabeth Fox to Laetitia Fox

 

8 Nov 1823

D303/25/19

Volume containing the will (dated 25 Jun 1828) and codicil (dated 23 Aug 1834) of Jane Darwin of Osmaston Hall (widow of William Alvey Darwin, formerly of Grays Inn and late of New Sleaford, Lincs); agreement by Samuel Ellis Bristow to pay to George Hodgkinson an annuity of £100 (13 Jun 1838); and will of Samuel Fox the elder of Osmaston Hall (incomplete)

 

1828-1838

D303/25/20

Probate of the will and codicils of Mrs Jane Darwin of Osmaston Hall (widow of William Alvey Darwin)

 

22 May 1835

D303/25/21

Will of Laetitia Fox, late of Islington but now of Cheltenham

 

31 Mar 1836

D303/25/22

Note concerning the affairs of Laetitia Fox, deceased (executor is Samuel Fox)

 

6 Sep 1836

D303/25/23

Statement concerning the property bequeathed to Mrs Fox (with references to Darwin bequests)

 

16 Jun 1835

D303/25/24

Analysis of settlement of Samuel Fox of accumulations of personal property

 

Aug 1835

D303/25/25

Funeral expenses for Samuel Fox deceased

 

1851

D303/25/26

Statement of the settled property of the late Samuel Fox and Ann his wife, now deceased (4 parts)

 

1852

D303/25/27

Grant to William Darwin Fox and his heirs of the exclusive right of burial in vault no 5256 in second class consecrated ground at Nottingham Road cemetery (with a list of charges for burials in the cemetery)

 

7 Jul 1859

D303/25/28

Will of Samuel Fox of Derby

 

29 Jul 1859

D303/26/1

Terrier and survey of one moiety of inclosed land in Elvaston and Thurlston belonging to Anne Piggin and Samuel Fox of Derby

 

1714

D303/26/2

Account book of the estate of Samuel Fox deceased

 

1767-1781

D303/27/1

Letter from Samuel Fox to his son Samuel concerning his stay in London against the wishes of his father

 

11 May 1752

D303/27/2

Letter from E Darwin to W A Darwin, referring to Mr Erasmus, with instructions on how to treat the 'chincough' and measles

 

23 Sep 1776

D303/27/3

Four letters from Laetitia Fox to her nephew Samuel Fox concerning family news such as his brother's delay in journeying due to floods and an injured arm, visit by Samuel Crompton and his improvement in writing

 

1806-1809

D303/27/4

Bundle of letters from Samuel Fox the elder to his son Samuel studying at Youlgreave. The elder Samuel frequently travelled and his letters are sent from Thurlston Grange, London, Cambridge, Edinburgh and York. In most of the letters the elder Samuel instructs his son on the importance of gentlemanly behaviour, and the benefits of a career in the law. The letters also refer to the birth of Samuel junior's sister Frances Jane (24 Nov 1806), the dissolution of Parliament (6 May 1807), a production of Coriolanus at Drury Lane (15 May 1807), the collection of pictures at Burleigh (23 May 1807)

 

1806-1811

D303/27/5

Letter to Samuel Fox at Osmaston Hall from Mr Harrison concerning the sale of bonds and other financial matters

 

26 Feb 1841

D303/27/6

Letter to Mr Fox from Emma Darwin concerning family news, dated at Down, Beckenham in Kent, concerning Charles Darwin's illness, Charles's son Frank, Henrietta, George and Leona

 

18 Oct [19th cent]

D303/28/1

Pardon granted to Sir Thomas Fox (with a translation)

 

20 Dec 1660

D303/28/2

Apprenticeship indentures: Christopher Soar of St Werburgh, Derby apprenticed to Thomas Sheppard of All Saints, Derby, whitesmith (4 Oct 1733) and Mary Peters of St Werburgh apprenticed to Luke Peters of St Michael's parish, Coventry, ribbon weaver (8 Jul 1734)

 

1733-1734

D303/28/3

Appointment of Robert Scot as a captain

 

18 Sep 1741

D303/28/4

Appointment of Samuel Fox of Thurlston Grange as a deputy lieutenant of Derbyshire

 

21 Aug 1798

D303/28/5

Notice to attend the assize to hear the case between John Doe (on the demise of Thomas Bromfield and wife Mary) plaintiff and Martha Smith widow defendant, in a plea of trespass and ejectment, 20 Jun 44 Geo III

 

1804

D303/29/1

Drawing and explanation of the Fox coat of arms with pedigree copied from the visitation of Shropshire 1623 and from Edmundson's Baronagium Genealogicum

 

[18th cent]

D303/29/2

Copy of the pedigree of the Fox family descended from William Fox of Grete (Worcs) 1253 (in which is compared one copy drawn by William Booth of Witton 1646, another in the hands of Charles Beighton and a third made for Thomas Fox at the Exchequer by Lawrence Crump, York Herald c1703, and is brought down to 1730 by Samuel Marriott (2 copies)

 

1730

D303/29/3

Copy of pedigree as in D303/29/2, continued to 1809

 

1809

D303/29/4

Volume of notes on the birth and baptism of six of the children of Samuel Fox by his wife Mary (Bristowe), 1756-1766

 

1766

D303/29/5

Pedigree of Every of Egginton from John Every (in the 17th cent) down to the death of Edward Every in 1785

 

c1785

D303/29/6

Pedigree and notes on the Bristowe family

 

[19th cent]

D303/29/7

Pedigree of the Fox family showing descendants of William Fox of Grete

 

[19th cent]

D303/29/8

Pedigree of the descendants of Timothy Fox and his second wife Frances Ward

 

[19th cent]

D303/29/9

Note on the death of Mrs Mary Bromfield (formerly wife of Samuel Fox)

 

[19th cent]

D303/29/10

Note on the descendants of Samuel Crompton (d 1757)

 

[19th cent]

D303/29/11

Drawing of the memorial stone of Erasmus Darwin FRS (d 1802)

 

[19th cent]

D303/29/12

Stories about Dr D at dinner with Mr Corbett

 

1 Jun 1853

D303/29/13

Pedigree of the Darwin family (last entry is for the burial of Erasmus Darwin in 1800), copied by William Darwin Fox at Shrewsbury from one in the possession of Dr Darwin of Shrewsbury out of a book of pedigrees written by William Alvey Darwin

 

8 Jun 1835

D303/29/14

Note on the funeral for Uncle Bromfield, with a list of attendees and the length of mourning

 

16 Feb 1837

D303/29/15

Copy of the memorial stone for Samuel Fox (d 1851) and his widow Ann (d 1859)

 

1851-1859

D303/29/16

Notes on the Bristow and Darwin families, 1799-1856

 

1856

D303/29/17

Note on the Bristowe family

 

Dec 1857

D303/29/18

Note on the Darwin pedigree

 

Jan 1880

D303/29/19

Newspaper cutting concerning the marriage of Emily Mary Chance and Robert Gerald Fox (son of William Darwin Fox)

 

7 Oct 1880

D303/30/1

Directions for shoeing a horse by Jedediah Strutt

 

[19th cent]

D303/30/2

Drawing of the 'copernician' or solar system with a table of the diameters etc of the planets [by W D Fox]

 

[19th cent]

D303/30/3

Watercolour of Delamere Church by F M A Fox (Woods)

 

[19th cent]

D303/30/4

Booklet of sermons

 

[19th cent]

D303/30/5

Natural history and agricultural notes including 'on the torpidity of the common tortoise' and 'dimensions and weight of two carrots grown at Thurlston Grange, 1822'

 

[19th cent]

D303/30/6

Ms copy of a printed work: Newes out of Cheshire of the new found well (London, 1600)

 

[19th cent]

D303/30/7

Pen and ink drawing of Mary Davis of Great Saughall, near Cheshire, who had horns growing out of her head

 

[19th cent]

D303/30/8

Tracings (pasted onto cardboard) of a picture-story: 'Sainte Impudentia, or a Pylgrymage to Westmynster, contaynynge The Wonderful Hystorye of a Pope, a Cardynal, a Lyon & a Bull'

 

[19th cent]

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