Ref No

D4899

Hopkins and Proctor of Chesterfield, solicitors

Personal and practice papers, will books, title deeds, clients' business papers, adoption papers, other

1998

D4899/1

Hopkins and Proctor, solicitors: wages

 

1954-1962

D4899/1/1

Hopkins and Proctor, solicitors: wages account book

 

1954-1962

D4899/2

Chesterfield Battalion of the Home Guard, "C" Company

(1-2) roll book, giving name, date of birth, date enrolled, address, rank and financial accounts;

manual by Major J M Haycroft, "Tactical Notes for the Infantry Commander" (Aldershot : Gale & Polden, [1940]), property of C Proctor, Chesterfield

1940-1943

D4899/3

Correspondence to A E Hopkins, solicitor of Market Hall, Chesterfield, from his son Sidney in New South Wales, Australia, inc on his business in providing an omnibus service

 

1915-1922

D4899/4

Papers of appointment

(1-2) re Arthur Ernest Hopkins as Commissioner to Administer Oaths, 1887 and as Registrar of County Court of Derbyshire, 1892

(3-4) re Arthur John Hopkins as Commissioner for Oaths, 1924 and Solicitor of the Supreme Court, 1932

1887-1932

D4899/5

Will books

Indexed at the front

1822-1998

D4899/5/1

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

c1850-1881

D4899/5/2

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1822-1881

D4899/5/3

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1862-1895

D4899/5/4

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1874-1904

D4899/5/5

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1901-1920

D4899/5/6

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1920-1927

D4899/5/7

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1920-1938

D4899/5/8

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1940-1953

D4899/5/9

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1953-1964

D4899/5/10

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1964-1975

D4899/5/11

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1975-1985

D4899/5/12

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1985-1997

D4899/5/13

Will book (date given is by year of probate)

 

1997-1998

D4899/6

(1-24) Deeds relating to land and property at Ashover and Stretton (parties to the deeds: Milnes-Rooth; Barker-Rooth; Lomas-Rooth; Baxter-Rooth; Hunloke-Rooth)

Including:

D4899/6/3 Copy will of Edward Lomas of Ashover, yeoman 1768. No details of probate given

D4899/6/5 Abstract of title (1719-1793) of Francis Lomas to an estate at Ashover, 1795

D4899/6/13 Copy probate copy of will of Joseph Rooth of Chesterfield, tanner, 1820, proved 1822

D4899/6/17 Abstract of title (1741-1816) of Sir Thomas Windsor Hunloke, baronet, to the manor of Walton and to sundry estates in Walton and Brampton and Spital and Hasland, 1823

D4899/6/21 Copy probate copy of will of John Rooth of Chesterfield, tanner, 1840,proved 1840

1719-1853

D4899/7

Feoffment of Goodale's Croft Ashover Hill Side, Ashover (parties to the deeds: Barker-Allin)

 

1749

D4899/8

(1-3) Agreement and conveyance of Goodalls Croft (1775-1776, 1835) later known as Stubbin-Croft, Ashover (parties to the deeds: Allen-Twigg Watts)

 

1775-1835

D4899/9

(1-2) Deposition and mortgage relating to Rattle, Ashover (parties to the deeds: Watts-Whitehead)

 

1829-1832

D4899/10

(1-3) Deeds of a messuage with the parlour, coalhouse, stable, necessary house and garden in Birchover (parties to the deeds: Hardy-Robinson-Robinson)

 

1775-1807

D4899/11

(1-5) Deeds of 3 closes adjoining in Birchover called Upper or Over Ash Tree Close, Lower Ashtree Close and Baileys Close with tithes of wool and lamb arising from the premises (detail of neighbourhood closes etc). (Parties to the deeds: Anne Countess Massereane (nee Eyre)- Gregory-Robinson)

 

1787-1796

D4899/12

(1-4) Deeds relating to property at Stanton Hill Side (location details given)(parties to the deeds: Gregory-Robinson-Yates)

 

1770

D4899/13

(1-18) Deeds of messuage at Stanton Moor Side withgarden, outbuildings (parties to the deeds: Watson-Watson-Yates-Gregory-Hardy)

Including:

D4899/13/11 Probate of will (1831) of Joshua Hardy of Stanton Hill Side miner, proved 1835

D4899/13/15 Copy will of Alice Hardy of Birchover, Widow, 1896

D4899/13/16 Abstract of title (1807-1896) of Alfred Hardy, 1897

1788-1835

D4899/14

Assignment of legacy charged upon Robinson (1819, 1823) property (3 fields in Birchover, house and garden on Stanton Moorside) as security for payment for goods supplied to Edward Robinson of Birchover shopkeeper by Anthony Broadhurst of Sterndale currier, with Broadhurst's receipt

 

1819-1823

D4899/15

(1-13) Deeds relating to land and property in Old Road, Brampton (parties to the deeds: Eyre-Gratton-Hutchinson)

Including:

D4899/15/1 An Act for inclosing lands in Brampton, 55 Geo III, 1814-1815 (printed)

D4899/15/4 Abstract of title (1826-1838) of John Hutchinson

D4899/15/9 Abstract of the will of John Hutchinson of Bakewell, innkeeper, 1866-1895

D4899/15/11/1 Abstract of title (1855-1891) of the devisees in trust under the will of Herbert Longson

D4899/15/12 Copy will of Rev William Melland of Port Eynon, (Glamorgan), Apr 1900

1815-1933

D4899/16

(1-24) Deeds relating to house, land, workshop and premises in Old Road and Cross Street, Brampton (parties to the deeds: Gratton-Doe;Parkes; Mashman)

Including:


D4899/16/2 Copy probate of the will of Richard Gratton of Chesterfield, gent., proved Oct 1841

D4899/16/3 Abstract of title (1838-1841) of Harriet Gratton, 1851

D4899/16/7 Copy probate of the will of Harriet Gratton, of Chesterfield, widow, 1857

D4899/16/10 Copy will of James Haslam of Trafalgar Street, Sheffield (Yorkshire), table knife manager, proved 1888

D4899/16/13 Probate of the will and codicil of George Doe of Brampton, wheel wright, 1876

D4899/16/ Probate of the will of Mary Doe of 14/1 Brampton, widow, 1886

D4899/16/15 Probate of the will of Edwin Mould Parkes of...

1841-1908

D4899/17

(1-5) Deeds of 2 cottages in Cross Street, Brampton, formerly described as on Brampton (Nether) Moor (parties to the deeds: Wilcockson-Turner and others-Hogg-Wheatcroft-Carsington)

Including:

D4899/17/1 Abstract of title, referring also to other properties in Brampton, Chesterfield and Walton (1824-1869) 1870

D4899/17/3 Abstract of title (1875-1899) 1907

1870-1908

D4899/18

(1-30) Papers, accounts, correspondence and draft legal documents concerning the estates of Joseph Haslam, Bridget Mary Haslam and Alfred Haslam, including houses on Chatsworth Road, Brampton and Old Road, Chesterfield

 

1925-1960

D4899/19

(1-21) Assorted deeds and other documents, originally loose, relating to properties at Chatsworth Road, Brampton (parties to the deeds: Haslam/Scott/Thomas/Jarvis/Hoskin)

 

1830-1938

D4899/20

(1-7) Documents relating to land at Brampton awarded to Messrs Hewitt Longson and Co under the Brampton Enclosure, later part of the property owned by the firm's successors Hewitt Bunting and Co candlewick manufacturers at Walton Works, Walton near Chesterfield, and conveyed to Thomas Scott in 1894. Scott conveyed part of the land to Arthur Gibbons, who built 2 messuages on the property before reconveyancing it to Thomas Scott.

Including:

D4899/20/1 Abstract of the title of representa- tives of Joseph Haslam, deceased, to 338, 340, 342, 344, 346 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield, (1947-1948)

D4899/20/2 Receipt for documents in this group, not signed, 1975

D4899/20/3/ Sale catalogue for corn mill, mill 1-3 dam, land and cottages at Walton, with plan based on Ordnance Survey map, Scale 1 : 2500, on which the property is said to be in Brampton and Walton 1884

1884-1975

D4899/21

Abstract of title (1880-1893) relating to property at Brampton Moor belonging to Charles Beresford inc Hewitt Bunting and Co, candlewick manufacturers, Walton Works, Chesterfield

 

1896

D4899/22

Particulars and Conditions of Sale of properties in Palterton, Walton and Brampton

Properties on corner of Walton Road and Chesterfield Road (east side), corner of Chatsworth Road and Old Hall Road (east side), land to west of Mill Pond; Walton: Matlock Road, property next to Blue Stoops) (printed)

1884

D4899/23

(1-6) Deeds of 17,117 square yards of land on Storrs Road at Upper Moor, Brampton (Drabble-James Collis and Sons Builders and Contractors-Messrs Jas Collis & Sons Ltd-various persons) Possibly the documents are the title deeds to the property in abstract of title of 1944, part of the main property.

Including:

D4899/23/1 Statutory declaration re Drabble property referring to pre 1867, with plan 1919 (copy)

D4899/23/2 Plans, 1920 and ?1922

D4899/23/3 Abstract of title, also including reference to other Drabble property at Brampton: 3 cottages, weaving shop at the Bowling Green and lands in 1869 (1869-1909) 1922

D4899/23/6 Abstract of title of Messrs Jas Collis & Son Ltd to no 7 Westbourne Grove, Off Storrs Road, Chesterfield (1922-1934), 1944

1922-1944

D4899/24

(1-5) Deeds relating to land on Brampton Over Moor, Brampton and land in Old Road and Storrs Road, Brampton

Including: D4899/24/3 Abstract of title (1896-1915) of Frances E S May 1933

1933

D4899/25

Conveyance of land at Brampton Moor (parties to the deeds: Rhodes-Wilkins)

 

1906

D4899/26

(1-13) Deeds to two messuages and croft of land in Brimington (parties to the deeds: Saxton-Whitehead-Lenthal-Challenor-D'Ewes Coke-Bacon-Allen-Carrington)

 

1741-1853

D4899/27

Deed of covenant and declaration relating to land at Brimington (parties to the deeds: Haselhurst-Butterman)

 

1826

D4899/28

(1-2) Abstract of title (1798-1873) of Thomas Moore (1813, 1873) (assignee of James Camomile) in a close of land, public house and hereditaments at Wheeldon Mill, Brimington 1873; and conveyance of equity of redemption 1813

 

1813-1873

D4899/29

(1-3) Deeds relating to land in Brimington and Whittington (parties to the deeds: Wheldon-Cartledge-Wass)

 

1798-1804

D4899/30

Mortgage, of dwelling house, shop and premises at Haywood Street, Brimington to secure £300

 

1898

D4899/31

(1-2) Deeds relating to Tween Sicke, Calow (parties to the deeds: Leppington-Flint, Cooke-Bricksopp)

 

1649-1655

D4899/32

(1-8) Deeds to 4 dwelling houses and adjoining land, 120-126 Top Road, Calow (parties to the deeds: Evans-Peacock-Arthur-Clarke -Derbyshire County Council)

 

1906-1970

D4899/33

(1-29) Properties to the south of Chesterfield Market inc Brown's Yard, the Tan Yard, the Hat Factory and in the Shambles including the Royal Oak Inn and adjoining Malthouse (parties to the deeds: Seale-Wheldon-Cooper-Hutchinson- Harrison-Bourne-Rooth-Hadfield and Sons Ltd; Wyldbore-Outram)

Including:

D4899/33/1 Marriage settlement, John Seale to Ann Savidge of Ashby Old Park, Ashby de la Zouch (Leicestershire) Royal Oak Inn in tenure of Thomas Oswell with adjoining malthouse in tenure of Godfrey Mercer and Tanyard in tenure of Samuel Oldham, Chesterfield; messuage with the Malthouse, Jackson's Pingle and land in various fields, Markeaton, 1728

D4899/33/1-29 Properties to the south of Chesterfield Market etc 1728-1922

D4899/33/2 Revocation of uses John and Ann Seal to Joshua Wheldon 1736

D4899/33/8 Conveyance of three houses between Market Place and River Hipper, 1791...

1728-1922

D4899/34

(1-2) Abstract of title and schedules of deeds relating to nos 28 and 30 Eyre Street, Chesterfield (1860-1948 and 1966 respectively) schedules of deeds relating to no 22 Eyre Street (1960) 1966, and copy of memorandum of conveyance of nos 22, 30 and 30a Eyre Street to the Borough of Chesterfield (1973)

 

[20th cent]

D4899/35

(1-6) Conveyance by Chatsworth Estates Co to Messrs Jas Collis and Sons Ltd of 3.867 acres of land on north side of Spital Lane, and 4.385 acres opposite on south side of Spital Lane, Chesterfield 1936 with list of persons to whom parts of the premises were conveyed by Collis and Sons 1954-1960; Deed of grant of right drainage re land fronting Spital Lane, Jas Collis & Sons Ltd to Charles Henry Pattison with plan, scale 40 feet : 1 inch. size 33 x 20 cm, 1953; Agreement to dedicate land to widen Spital Lane, Jas Collis & Sons Ltd with Borough of Chesterfield, including plan 1944; Deed of...

 

1936-1960

D4899/36

(1-10) Deeds and papers re 400 square yards of land south of Spital Lane, Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: Chatsworth Estates Co-Jas Collis and Sons Ltd- Adams-Jas Collis and Sons Ltd.)

Including:

D4899/36/6 Abstract of title with plans (1936-1953) 1954

D4899/36/7 Note from envelope referring to No 159 Spital Lane

1936-1960

D4899/37

(1-8) Deeds relating to St Helens Street, Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: Allison-Eyre; Burrows-Eyre; Duke of Devonshire-Eyre)

Including:

D4899/37/1 Sale particulars of freehold property in and near Chesterfield (printed) with plans scales 1 inch : 5 chains and 1 inch : 1 chain sizes 27 x 41 cm and 20 x 13 cm

D4899/37/4 Abstract of title (1856-1858) of Joseph Burrows of hereditaments at Stonegravels, Chesterfield, 1859

D4899/37/7 Abstract of title (1812-1855) of hereditaments in or near Chesterfield, 1861

1854-1864

D4899/38

(1-9) Mortgages and leases etc relating to shops at 135 Sheffield Road, Chesterfield; 42 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield and land and property at 71, 600 & 602 Sheffield Road, Chesterfield; elsewhere in Chesterfield, and Kirton

 

1926-1961

D4899/39

(1-8) Deeds relating to land in Ashgate Road, Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: National Coal Board-Walker-Sawyer)

Including: D4899/39/2 Abstract of title (1921-1951) of the NCB

1958-1969

D4899/40

(1-20) Deeds relating to premises in Wilcocksons Yard, (formerly Bradshaws Yard) Low Pavement, Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: Bradshaw-North-Sanders; Cullen-Richardson

-Wood-S Hadfield & Sons; Fieldsend-Hadfield)

Including:

D4899/40/17 Abstract of title (1899) of Kendwick Waterfall Fieldsend, 1901

D4899/40/25 Abstract of title (1877-1902) of Joseph Hodkin, trustee of the will of Peter Richardson, dec'd 1902

D4899/40/29 Abstract of title (1902) of S Hadfield & Sons Ltd., 1923

1851-1923

D4899/41

(1-30) Deeds relating to property in Brown's Yard, Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: Brown-Brown-Holmes-Wordsworth; Dobbs-Lomas; Royston-Crompton and Evans' Union Bank Ltd-Mitchell-Pilkington-Wright; Pilkington-S Hadfield & Sons Ltd)

Including:

D4899/41/4 Copy will of John Frith of Chesterfield, grocer. Proved Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Jul 1808

D4899/41/28 Abstract of title (1852-1912) of M E Clarke Rooth

D4899/41/29 Abstract of title (1922) of S Hadfield & Sons Ltd

1831-1922

D4899/42

(1-25) Deeds relating to lands in Calow and Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: Leppington-Flint-Brocksopp-Bosville; Sheffield-Wilcockson-Drabble)

Including:

D4899/42/6 Copy will of John Brocksopp of Calow , yeoman. Written Jul 1683. No details of probate given

D4899/42/7 Copy will of Edmund Brocksopp the elder, of Hasland, butcher, proved Apr 1714

D4899/42/8 Copy will of Edward Brocksopp of Hasland, butcher. Written Nov 1732. No details of probate given

D4899/42/10 Marriage settlement of Gervase Bosevile of Glapwell, Bolsover, gent, and Anne Brocksopp, of Hasland, spinster Dec 1751

D4899/42/11 Abstract of title (1632-1777) of Mr Bosville to Twin Sickers, Calow

1632-1825

D4899/43

Lease of premises at Hipper Street, Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: S E Redfern Ltd-Howorth)

 

1938

D4899/44

Valuation of 4 closes of land off Walton Road, Chesterfield owned by Joseph Haslam, for sale to Alderman P M Robinson

 

1946

D4899/45

(1-14) Deeds relating to house, premises and land (440 sq yd)at St Mary's Gate, Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: Gamble-White-Boucher-Brown-Hardy-Sanforth-Hill-Boyer-Dixon-Dickens)

 

1763-1896

D4899/46

(1-16) Deeds relating to dwelling house and premises, later called "Bridge House", 49 Lordsmill Street, Chesterfield (later sold by the Trustees of Chesterfield and District Medical Association to Dr Margaret Mary O'Neill) (parties to the deeds: Foresaith-Roberts-Jebb-Street-Eyre-Bunting)

 

1707-1873

D4899/47

(1-2) Assignment to Victoria Enterprises Ltd of benefit of agreement with Chesterfield Corporation relating to sale by the Corporation of land in Knifesmithgate, Chesterfield and their purchase and resale of 3 cottages and land in Elder Yard, sale of strip of land to the Corporation, building of 3 cottages in order to demolish the Elder Yard cottages; with draft agreement of sale

 

1920

D4899/48

(1-31) Deeds relating to property in Chesterfield including St Marys Gate (parties to the deeds: Brocksop-Smith-Champermoone-Bower; Lee-Bower; Brocksop-Bower-Benne-Wragg-Wood-Smith)

Including:

D4899/48/8/1-2 Copy of copy will of Thomas Bower the elder, of Chesterfield, tanner, 1727. No details of probate given (2 copies)

D4899/18/10 Copy will (with probate) of Richard Bower of Chesterfield, tanner. Proved 1730

D4899/48/20 Copy will of George Wragg of Brook- house, Treeton (Yorkshire), yeoman written 1770. No details of probate given

D4899/48/28 Doctors medical bill for the late Mr [Joseph] Wragg, 1817

D4899/48/29 Probate copy will of Joseph Wragg of Whittington, farmer. Proved 1817

1713-1823

D4899/49

Epitome of title, and other papers relating to Methodist Manse, Loundsley Green, Chesterfield

 

1979

D4899/50

(1-2) Abstracts of title of trustees of Louisa Fell to freehold lands and buildings in Corporation Street, Chesterfield and Supplemental Abstracts of title of Joseph Drage White to hereditaments and premises in Corporation Street, Chesterfield (1916, 1922)

 

1916-1922

D4899/51

Abstract of title of Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of Borough of Chesterfield to land at Clayton Street, Chesterfield, with plan showing location of Horse Croft scale I inch: 80 feet, size 38 x 29 cm

 

1928

D4899/52

Assent to devise property in St Mary's Gate, Beetwell Street, Derby Road and Newbold, Chesterfield (Tennant and Mitchel to Tennant)

 

1941

D4899/53

Release of interest claimed in a freehold messuage and garden in Elder Yard, Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: Ellis-Eyre)

 

1882

D4899/54

Mortgage of premises in Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: Martha Gill-Joseph Burbick)

 

1779

D4899/55

(1-7) Deeds relating to Mill Street, Spa Lane, Eyre Street and Derby Road, Chesterfield and at Whittington (parties to the deeds: Duke of Devonshire-Eyre; Fowler-Eyre; Dobbing-Eyre and White; Eyre-Warmsley- Eyre)

 

1854-1858

D4899/56

(1-3) Conveyance, agreement and abstract of title (1880-1891) of William Facer to land in Wheeldon Lane, Chesterfield (parties to the deeds: Facer-Hadfield)

 

1900

D4899/57

Documents relating to Beech House, cottage etc at Hasland in envelope marked deeds relating to Buck House Cottage: main property (parties to the deeds: Ainsworth-Hoole-Collis (builders); part of property Collis-Hoole)

Including:

D4899/57/1 Abstract of title of Hoole 1913-1922, including plan, 1922

D4899/57/3 Plan 1945

1913-1945

D4899/58

Conveyance of 47 Storforth Lane, Hasland (parties to the deeds: Wheatcroft-Carr)

 

1962

D4899/59

Lease for possession, John Calow of Holymoorside and mortgagee to George Bingham of Holymoorside and others of piece on the East of Cathold Road, Holymoorside (further details given) on which a chapel is to be built

 

[1840]

D4899/60

(1-4) Holymoorside Methodist Church Trustees - conveyance (parties to the deeds: Calow-Bingham), appointment of new trustees, schedule of deeds, and licence for use of schoolroom 1840, 1921,1968

 

1840-1968

D4899/61

Conveyance relating to and at Cathole Road, Holymoorside (parties to the deeds: Manlove & Kent-Thompson & others)

 

1887

D4899/62

(1-9) Deeds relating to property in Hope (parties to the deeds: Bennitt-Greaves-Eyre-Burdekin; Eyre-The Midland Railway Co)

Including:

D4899/62/3 Copy will of George Eyre of Hope, yeoman. Proved 1779

1742-[c.1892]

D4899/63

(1-3) Supplementary abstract of title of John Towle copyhold estate at Long Eaton, Manor of Sawley and deeds of covenant to surrender copyhold hereditaments at Long Eaton (parties to the deeds: Towle-Hall & Howitt; Towle-Stanfield)

 

1818-[c.1820]

D4899/64

(1-7) House in Matlock with the Croft adjoining (parties to the deeds: Milward-Greenhough-Flint-Boden)

Including:

D4899/64/5 Copy will of Samuel Boden, 1803, proved 1806

D4899/64/6 Copy will of Mary Boden, 1831, proved 1831

D4899/64/7 Will of Anthony Boden, cotton spinner, no probate, 1848

1774-1848

D4899/65

(1-2) Mortgage and transfer of mortgage of land on the Race Common, Newbold - No 2 on enclosure Award (parties to the deeds: Elliot-Stoppard)

 

1875-1880

D4899/66

(1-32) Deeds relating to freehold land in Newbold Moor, Scarsdale Road, Sheepbridge [Newbold]

D4899/66/22 Abstract of title (1873-1902) of James Lomax

1871-1947

D4899/67

Conveyance of 11 Holmgate Lane, Clay Cross (parties to the deeds: Oxley-Evans)

 

1911

D4899/68

(1-7) Deeds to 2 closes of land called Hen Bath Close and Lillyman Locco Close at Pilsley, par North Wingfield (14 acres) and piece of land called the Far Lands (2 roods) (parties to the deeds: Johnson-Parsons-Saunders-Calton-Wilson)

 

1805-1815

D4899/69

Agreement to sell by Mavis Bate of Old Tupton, widow, to James Roland Penney of Chesterfield, furnace man, and Winifred Penney his wife, of 2 pieces of land at George Street, Hepthorne Lane, North Wingfield with poultry houses and livestock

 

1951

D4899/70

Conveyance of house at Danesmoor, North Wingfield (parties to the deeds: John Pennistone to Matthew Boucher)

 

1809

D4899/71

Documents re "The ... Works situated at Scarcliffe ... belonging to A W Byron Esq."

D4899/71/1 Lease of a seam of coal called 'The Clown Coal' by Earl Bathurst to The Bahurst Fire Stone and Fire Brick Co Ltd [date illegible, but 19th cent]

D4899/71/2 Copy of agreement relating to reduced rent to be paid to Earl Bathurst by the Bathurst Fire Stone and Fire Brick Co Ltd for lease of beds of coal and fine clay, for certain works to be executed by the firm (schedule included), company to buy from Bathurst stratum of fire and brick clay at Bolsover (plan annexed) (photocopy), 1889

[19th cent]

D4899/72

(1-2) Abstract of title of William Hopkinson to a plot of ground, barn, 2 cottages etc at Toddhole Furnace, Shirland, contracted to be sold to William Beastall (1807-1852) 1860 with conveyance of same property Hopkinson to Beastall, 1860

 

1860

D4899/73

(1-14) Deeds and mortgages re Toadhole Furnace Shirland (parties to the deeds: Hunt-Hunt)

Including: D4899/73/12 Will of John Hunt, 1843 (copy)

1723-1843

D4899/74

(1-2) Conveyance and abstract of title (1721-1755) of Lord Thanet's property in the manors of South Wingfield, Crich, Stretton and Shirland and other places (parties to the deeds: Earl of Thanet-Barker)

 

1781

D4899/75

(1-10) Deeds relating to property at South Wingfield (parties to the deeds: Thorpe-Beardsley-Richards-Hall and Gosling)

Including:

D4899/75/2 Abstract of title (1696-1808) of Francis Thorpe

D4899/75/5 Abstract of title (1808-1810) of Lot Beardsley

1808-1817

D4899/76

Number not used

 

 

D4899/77

Abstract of title of Messrs Walter Revill and Elliott Beresford to property fronting Swaddale Avenue, Tapton

 

1939

D4899/78

(1-17) Deeds relating to Cocktop Farm, Tibshelf (parties to the deeds: Morgan-Bingham; Ford-Heald; Ashmore-Coupe-Reeve-Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Co; Pilsley Colliery Co Ltd-Sampson; Coupe-Pilsley Colliery Ltd)

Including:

D4899/78/2 Conditions of sale, 1832

D4899/78/3 Abstract of title (1725-1832) of the late Miss Lydia Brocksopp

D4899/78/4 Abstract of title (1721-1836) of Humphrey Ford as trustee for the sale of Goose Houses and other lands in Tibshelf

D4899/78/7 Copy will of Nathan Heald of Tibshelf, saddler and harness maker, proved May 1859

D4899/78/13 Abstract of title (1832-1890) of Mrs Coupe, Mrs Reeve and Mrs Cliff of minerals under Cocktop

[1725]-1904

D4899/79

Lease of coal and ironstone at Wingerworth, (Hon. Adelaide A W Hunloke-The Clay Cross Co.)

With plan by Joseph Archer, Sheffield (Yorkshire). No scale; size 75 x 68cm.

Note The above refers to Wingerworth, Woodthorpe, Tupton and Morton "south of the Main Fault"

1889

D4899/80

Abstract of title of the assignees of Henry Woolley the elder a bankrupt to close called Thurlbridge (c.1 acre) in Winster. Endorsed for Mr Gregory who purchased lot 9.

 

1723-1825

D4899/81

Abstract of title of the assignees of Matthew Marsden a bankrupt to Slack's Close (c.3 acres) Winster, conveyed by Lord Scarsdale to Benjamin Marsden in 1806; earlier deeds cited are settlement deeds of the Curzons, Lords Scarsdale.

 

[c.1830]

D4899/82

Lease for 1 year of property in Elton, (Huntingdonshire) (Elizabeth Wingfield-William Parker)

 

1765

D4899/83

(1-3) Deeds relating to estates at Elton Market, Overton and Thistleton (?Huntingdonshire)

Including:

D4899/83/3 Abstract of title (1791-1842) of John Ormond to lands etc in Elton, 1873

1841-1873

D4899/84

(1-9) Deeds and copy deeds relating to land at Cowbit (Lincolnshire) (until the beginning of the 19th century, messuages are also referred to) (Maplesden-Sansom-Spackman-Bond-Guy-Beach-Hesson)

Including:

D4899/84/3 Abstract of title of Benjamin Guy to a parcel of land in Cowbit (1720-1828) 1831

D4899/84/7 Continuation of abstract of title of Robert Beach (1831-1840) 1840

D4899/84/9 Copy will of William Hesson of Cowbit farmer (1866) with note he died 1873

(1720)-1873

D4899/85

(1-10) Deeds relating to property in Croxton (Norfolk) (Goodwin-Green-[Stokes]-Humphry-Filby)

 

1786-1902

D4899/86

(1-15) Deeds relating to property in Sheen (Staffordshire) (Fowkes-Ball-Gilman-Titterton)

Including:

D4899/86/10 Agreement for a partition John Gould and Joseph Gilman Scaler Sitch, Sheen, 1832

D4899/86/15 Probate copy of the will of Joseph Gilman of Sheen, yeoman. Proved 1865

1814-1865

D4899/87

(1-12) Deeds relating to property in Sheen (New Piece and New Low Side) (Staffordshire)

Including:

D4899/87/12 Abstract of title of Charles Flint (1760-1824) made 1829

1829-1873

D4899/88

(1-4) Mortgage of hereditaments in Sheen (Staffordshire) (Robert Gilman-Mary Marsden and others)

 

1884

D4899/89

(1-19) Deeds relating to land at Sheen (Staffordshire) (including Scaldersitch Farm) (Coke-Bingham)

Including:

D4899/89/5 Copy will and codicil of John Bingham of Derby, gentleman. Proved 1773

D4899/89/13 Copy will of Richard Coke, of Derby, apothecary. Proved 1792

D4899/89/16 Copy will of Emma Coke of Spondon, gentlewoman. Proved 1708. Copies 1814

1750-1884

D4899/90

Underlease of Unit 8, Norfolk Hall Market, Sheffield, (Yorkshire) (photocopy)

 

1962

D4899/91

Declaration of merger of tithes in messuage and 9 acres of land at Standedge, Saddleworth, (Yorkshire), the property of John Bentley of Oldham,(Lancashire)

 

1845

D4899/92

Agreement for sale of business of Arthur Whiteley Swale, draper, tailor, etc of Chesterfield to Arthur Swale Ltd

 

1947

D4899/93

Carter & Sons (Chesterfield) Ltd (coal etc merchants): Memorandum and Articles of Association

 

1956

D4899/94

Chesterfield and District Hide and Skin Co Ltd: Memorandum and articles of association

 

1899

D4899/95

F L Lowe & Son (grocers & corn merchants)

 

1936-1953

D4899/95/1

Memorandum and articles of association

 

1936

D4899/95/2

Share certificate book

 

1936-1953

D4899/96

Hippodromes (Chesterfield) Ltd: Papers re intention to establish and carry on a place of entertainment with cinematography exhibitions, music and dancing in Dealing Yard, Church Lane, Chesterfield. The company leased the Corporation Theatre.

 

20th Cent

D4899/96/1

Partnership agreement

 

1910

D4899/96/2

(1-2) Memorandum and articles of association

 

1912

D4899/96/3

Draft lease of Palace Theatre in Dealing Yard

 

1914

D4899/96/4

Statement in lieu of prospectus

 

1921

D4899/96/5

Deed of variation of lease of Corporation Theatre

 

1926

D4899/96/6-22

Other miscellaneous material (prospectus etc) re Hippodromes Theatre

 

20th cent

D4899/97

(1-5) Hippodromes (Chesterfield) Ltd: Corporation Theatre: leases and inventories relating to the Corporation Theatre. The 1928 lease includes a plan and inventory.

 

1917-1948

D4899/98

(1-8) Hippodromes (Chesterfield) Ltd/Corporation Theatre: correspondence

 

1919-1923

D4899/99

(1-2) J G Robinson Ltd (woodworking machinists): Memorandum and articles of association, with debenture

 

1922

D4899/100

(1-2) K and W H Howarth Co Ltd (shirt makers): Memorandum and articles of association

 

1954

D4899/101

Legards Leather Stores (Chesterfield), Ltd

 

20th Cent

D4899/101/1

Memorandam and articles of association

 

1938

D4899/101/2

Draft memorandum and articles of association, agreement, correspondence and related papers on formation of a new company

 

1938-1939

D4899/101/3

Lists of deeds and documents (1864-1944) relating to messuage and shop, 23 South Street, Chesterfield

 

[c.1944]

D4899/101/4

Photostat Plan of South Street, 19th Cent. scale 1 : 250 size 30 x 42 cm

 

[20th cent]

D4899/102

OK Pools Ltd, Knifesmith Gate, Chesterfield (football pools, bookmakers)

 

1942-1948

D4899/102/1

Minute book Oct 1942-Nov 1945

 

1942-1945

D4899/102/2

Memorandum and articles of association, Oct

 

1942

D4899/102/3

Share certificate book 1942-1945, with related papers on shares

 

1945-1948

D4899/103

Oliver & Co Ltd (Brass founders)

 

1866-1878

D4899/103/1

14th Annual report and balance sheet (printed)

 

1878

D4899/103/2-3

Agreement relating to purchase of Victoria Foundry, Chesterfield

 

1874

D4899/103/4

Apprenticeship indenture: Henry Parker

 

1866

D4899/103/5

Apprenticeship indenture: George Henry Lea, (draft)

 

1874

D4899/103/6

Apprenticeship indenture: Stephen Rogerson

 

1874

D4899/103/7

Apprenticeship indenture: George Herbert Gillyott (draft)

 

1874

D4899/103/8

Apprenticeship indenture: Henry Scorer

 

1875

D4899/103/9

Apprenticeship indenture: Constantine Joseph Czaikowski

 

1875

D4899/103/10

(1-8) Legal papers: Oliver & Co Ltd v John Greenwood. Copy correspondence

 

1880-1883

D4899/103/11

(1-30) Oliver & Co Ltd v J Grafton Jones

 

1870-1875

D4899/103/12

(1-2) Oliver & Co Ltd v Humble

 

[19th cent]

D4899/103/13

(1) Copy correspondence relating to Magpie Mining Co

 

1883-1884

D4899/103/14

(1-19) Oliver & Co Ltd (Brass founders): Bills of costs

 

1880-1886

D4899/103/15

(1-2) Messrs John Knight & Sons

Contract for the wrought and cast iron work required for the superstructure for supporting the coppers and flooring in the soap and lye house, Messrs John Knight & Sons new factory at North Woolwich [London], 1879 (D4899/103/15/1) and particulars of stock and property for insurance, 1884 (D4899/103/15/2)

1879-1884

D4899/104

S Hadfield and Sons Ltd (butchers, bakers and wine and spirit merchants): Memorandum and articles of association

 

1910

D4899/105

(1-6) Scott and Haslam (butchers): Annual accounts, of Mr J Haslam, trading as Scott and Haslam of Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield, butchers and estates of Mrs S A Scott

 

1934-1938

D4899/106

(1-3) Tennant Brothers Ltd (brewery): Site plan, with block plan of new hotel, Boythorpe, for Tennant Brothers Ltd. Wilcockson and Cutts, Architects, Chesterfield. scale 15 feet : 1 inch and 1 : 1250 size 56 x 78 cm (106/1), scale obscured. Size 90 x 43 cm (106/2), scale 8 feet : 1 inch. Size 69 x 62 cm (106/3)

 

[20th cent]

D4899/107

Walter Stubbs & Son Ltd (tailors): Memorandum and Articles of Association

 

1958

D4899/108

(1-12) Chesterfield Juvenile Court adoption papers and orders

D4899/108/1/1-28 Unnumbered, 1927-1930 and orders numbered 52-55, 57-70 1934-1935

D4899/108/2/1-16 order numbers 61-77 for years 1936-1937

D4899/108/3/1-3 order numbers 78-80 for years 1937-1938

D4899/108/4/1-16 order numbers 91-106 for years 1939-1940

D4899/108/5/1-23 order numbers 107-126, 128-130, for years 1940-1942

D4899/108/6/1-19 order numbers 131-138, 140-148 for years 1942-1943

D4899/108/7/1-22 order numbers 149-163, 166-172 for years 1943-1944

D4899/108/8 order number 165 for 1944 (loose)

D4899/108/9/1-22 order numbers 173-194 for years 1944-1945

D4899/108/10/1-17 order...

1927-1952

D4899/109

(1-32) Photographs of Chesterfield public houses

D4899/109/1 Ye Old Angel Hotel

D4899/109/2 Ye Old Angel Hotel

D4899/109/3 Ye Old Angel Hotel

D4899/109/4 Commercial Hotel

D4899/109/5 Bricklayers Arms Hotel

D4899/109/6 Spread Eagle

D4899/109/7 J B White and Sons

D4899/109/8 Ye Royal Oak

D4899/109/9 Three Horse Shoes

D4899/109/10 [Red] Lion Inn

D4899/109/11 Cathedral Vaults

D4899/109/12 T P Wood & Co

D4899/109/13 Crown and Cushion

D4899/109/14 Ye Olde Crooked Spire

D4899/109/15 Kings Head

D4899/109/16 Anchor Inn

D4899/109/17 The Ship Inn

D4899/109/18 Hare and Greyhound Inn

D4899/109/19 Phoenix Inn

D4899/109/20 Prince of Wales

D4899/109/21...

1940s

D4899/110

(1-5) Photographs of individuals

D4899/110/1 Wilfred Hawksley Edmunds, one time mayor (died 1942)

D4899/110/2-4 Unidentified men, two in military uniform

D4899/110/5 Unidentified [?regimental] photograph

[1930s-1940s]

D4899/111

Illustration, showing W B Thomas esq., who was a solicitor in Chesterfield in the early 19th cent

 

20th cent

D4899/112

Chesterfield Grammar School: Cestrefeldian magazine

(1-3) issues for May 1957, May 1960, Dec 1960

1957-1960

D4899/113

Chesterfield Grammar School: Old Cesterfeldians' Society notice of annual dinner

On reverse: list of presidents 1920-1951

[1950s]

D4899/114

Sale notices

 

1848-1933

D4899/114/1

Sale notice re 2 closes of land at Hasland (Great Pennmore and Little Penmore), printed

 

1848

D4899/114/2

Sale particulars, with plan, of 56 dwelling houes at Boythorpe, Chesterfield, second portion of the estate of William Spooner

 

1933

D4899/115

Plans

 

1877-[20th cent]

D4899/115/1

Plan

 

1877

D4899/116

(1-17) East Derbyshire Election of 1868: cartoons by JPA

Printed and published by Richard John Smithson, Chesterfield.


Some of the cartoons appear as part of the Chesterfield Crow , a political pamphlet also published and printed by Smithson. These are listed at the end of the series.


D4899/116/1 Title sheet

D4899/116/2 Bolsover Bowls Overend

D4899/116/3 Sermons in Stones

D4899/116/4 Similia Similibus Cusanter, 5 Sep

D4899/116/5 Which Will Win?12 Sep

D4899/116/6 Hic Jacet, No 8

D4899/116/7 A leap in the dark, No 9

D4899/116/8 Paul Pry in East Derbyshire, No 10

D4899/116/9 Too Clever by Half or the Celebrated Rope Trick by Blondin QC, No 11...

1868

D4899/117

Political cartoons

D4899/117/1 Political cartoons. The Drop Scene, North Derbyshire Election, 27 Nov (printed), 1868

D4899/117/2 Knock-em-Down, cartoon relating to use of Irish Church tithes (printed), [1860s]

D4899/117/3 The Radicals Capsized by the Irish Church Life Buoy (printed), [1860s]

D4899/117/4 Nature Teaches Men to Know their Trends (pen drawing), [19th cent]

19th Cent

D4899/118

Unidentified cash book covering years 1814-1834 and 1922-1925. Includes references to Jebb, Slater & Malkin and Graham & Collier

 

1814-1925

D4899/119

Number not used

 

 

D4899/120

Chesterfield Cinemas: amount of Sunday opening contribution paid by Chesterfield Cinemas

 

20th Cent

D4899/121

W E Greenslade, 28 Fairfield Street, Chesterfield: assorted correspondence, bills, Civil Defence papers

 

1937-1945

D4899/122

Brampton St Thomas: correspondence and estimate for new clock

 

1919-1920

D4899/123

James Mottram of Doncaster (Yorkshire), hatter: bankruptcy order made by Alice Holmes and Henry White of Chesterfield, hatmakers and partners

 

1813

D4899/124

Case for opinion of council re F W Stanton deceased

 

1950

D4899/125

(1-2) Appointments of new trustees re Samuel Hadfield, deceased

 

1951-1957

D4899/126

Probates

 

1838

D4899/126/1

Probate will of Robert Nall the elder of Chesterfield, butcher, proved 1838

 

1838

D4899/126/2

Probate will of Robert Nall of Chesterfield, butcher, proved 1856

 

1856

D4899/126/3

Probate and copy will and codicil of John Higgs of Chesterfield, gentleman, proved 1833

 

1833

D4899/126/4

Copy will of Joseph Graham of Chesterfield, banker (date obscured) and codicil, Jan 1823, proved Oct 1823, copied Jan

 

1860

D4899/127

Borough of Chesterfield: Agreement with N Crossland re erection of gate giving access to Somersall Playing Fields

 

1954

D4899/128

(1-4) Derbyshire Compensation Authority

Renewal of licence for Star Inn, New Whittington and Ye Olde Angel Inn, Chesterfield - preliminary statement and brief for licensing justices. Inc floor plan of Star Inn. W A Derbyshire, architect, Chesterfield, scale 8 feet: 1 inch. Size 47 x 41 cm.

1936

D4899/129

Valuation of a house, garden and barn at Lords Mill Street, Chesterfield

 

1810s

D4899/130

(1-2) Deed of family arrangement re freehold properties in Chesterfield, 1936, and 1963 supplemental abstract of title (1912-1961) of representatives of Harry Collis, deceased, relating to 13 and 17 Markham Road, Chesterfield

 

1936-1963

D4899/131

Number not used

 

 

D4899/132

Foxwood estate, Sheffield (Yorkshire): correspondence and related papers re development

 

1934-1935

D4899/133

(1-52) Executors of Frederick Senior: papers re settlement of the estate of Frederick Senior of 7 Hollis Lane, Chesterfield, inc case papers re unsettled loan from his wife Mary Jane Senior and preoprteis in Hadnesford and Chadmoor (Staffordshire)

 

1901-1921

D4899/134

Brimington Enclosure Act (printed)

 

1841

D4899/135

(1-3) Alma Farm, North Wingfield: correspondence file re land acquired by National Coal Board for opencast mining. With plan scale 1: 2500, size 42 x 50 cm

 

1953-1955

D4899/136

(1-13) Correspondence and related papers mainly concerning Frederick Lord Clay and the Hill, Tupton

Inc: D4899/136/1

Letter from Frederick Lord Clay to William Drabble saying would not have come to Melbourne (Australia) had the whole of the Hill been left to him; is going into partnership with Mr Carrington, solicitor; prices of commodities, labour, land and legal services; description of growing new town of Melbourne, Nov 1840

1840-1880

D4899/137

Hopkins and Proctor, solicitors: private ledger

 

1887-1963

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