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Miller Mundy family of Shipley Hall, Heanor

The records include title deeds for Allestree, Heanor, Mapperley, Shipley, etc. 1501-1895 and rentals 1796-1833, as well as various marriage and other settlements which detail acquisition of properties. There are title deeds 1520-1823 for out-county properties. For Shipley manor there is an abstract of title 1627-1716 and a survey 1805. Family business interests are represented in the records of Shipley Colliery, 1757-1874, and the Nutbrook Canal Company, 1879-1914.


Among the family papers, the account book of Hester Mundy (later Lady Newdigate) 1767-1772 includes names of servants...

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D517/1

Derbyshire Deeds

 

 

D517/1/1

Survey of the Manor of Shipley giving details of tenants, land and hereditaments held

 

1805

D517/1/2

Commission, Willoughby F M Mundy, gent as Lieutenant 85th Bucks Volunteer

 

1830

D517/1/3

Commission, Sir George Mundy Vice Admiral of the White Squadron of H M Fleet

 

9 Nov 1846

D517/1/4

Lease, Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley Esq to Thomas Creswell of Smalley, farmer, of a farm in Smalley

 

1 Aug 1820

D517/1/5

Lease, Edward Miller Mundy to Joseph Else of Mapperley, farmer of a farm in Mapperley

 

1 Aug 1820

D517/1/6

Lease, Edward Miller Mundy to Thomas Clay of Shipley, farmer, of a farm at Shipley

 

1 Aug 1820

D517/1/7

Lease, Edward Miller Mundy to James Tomlinson of Shipley, farmer, of a farm at Shipley

 

1 Aug 1820

D517/1/8

Conveyance, Gilbert Mundy of Allestree gent to Samuel Pole of Radborne esq (on behalf of Francis Mundy esq an infant son of William Mundy of Markeaton esq deceased) of property in Allestree

 

25 Sep 1686

D517/1/9

Deed of Covenant, John Montague of Hobart, Van Diemans Land to Alfred Miller Mundy of same, Lieutenant, re a fifth part share in a flock of sheep at Port Philip

 

19 Jun 1838

D517/1/10

Schedule of deeds belonging to Edward Miller Mundy - 3rd July 1764 - 15/16 July 1807

 

1831

D517/1/11

Fine, Patience Richardson quer William Richardson and Elizabeth his wife defendants of 35 acres of pasture in Mapperley

 

1634

D517/1/12

Deed to lead to uses of a fine, William Collier late of Allestree gent and Olive his wife to Gilbert Mundy of Allestree esq of a messuage, two cottages sixty acres of land ten acres of meadow and 20 acres of pasture in Allestree

 

20 Jun 1688

D517/1/13

Assignment of lease, Thomas Warriner of Humberston co Leics clerk and Thomas Harris of same yeoman to Peter Radford of Ripley yeoman and Thomas Radford of Derby shoemaker of several closes in Kilbourne - leased fromSir Henry Sacheverals's lands

 

18 Mar 1613

D517/1/14

Agreement, George Arthur late of Hobart, Tasmania, Colonel of the 1st part John Montagu of Hobart, of 2nd part and Alfred Miller Mundy of Hobart Esq Lieutenant, re a flock of sheep at Port Philip, Australia - Arthur 3/5 interest 1/5 each to Montagu and Miller Mundy

 

3 Oct 1837

D517/1/15

Rental, Edward Miller Mundy Esq for estates at Shipley, Heanor, Mapperley and Smalley due 10 Oct

 

1824

D517/1/16

Rental, Edward Miller Mundy Esq of cottages at Shipley,Heanor and Mapperley due 10 Oct

 

1824

D517/1/17

Rental, Edward Miller Mundy Esq for estates at Shipley, Heanor, Mapperley and Smalley due 5 Apr

 

1824

D517/1/18

Rental, Edward Miller Mundy Esq of cottage at Shipley, Heanor, Mapperley due 5 Apr

 

1824

D517/1/19

Charter, Thomas Twyford son and heir of Walter deceased of Langley to Ralph Delves esq. John Porte, John Knyveton son of Richd Knyveton of Bradley Esq Humphrey Knyveton son and Henry Proctor - Three pastures, The Lytell Launde, Lytell Hakwood Wolley in Longford

 

16 Sep 1502

D517/1/20

Release, Rt Hon Lady Georgiana Clinton eldest daughter of the Duke of Newcastle and Lady Georgiana (nee Trundy) to Edward Miller Mundy and Rev Frederick Mundy of Winston co Durham to Trustees of her share in the Chadwick Fund (James Mansfield Chadwick of Marazim, uncle to Lady Georgiana Newcastle)

 

8 May 1833

D517/1/21

Release, Rt Hon Lord Charles Clinton and Rt Hon Lord Thomas Clinton to Rev Frederick Mundy. Release in respect of their shares in the Chadwick Fund - see 20

 

2 Feb 1835

D517/1/22

Transfer, Richard Dodsley Flamsteed formerly of Willington now of Lambley Notts to George Mundy esq Captain H M Navy of shares No 92 and 93 in the Nutbrook Canal Navigation

 

17 Sep 1829

D517/1/23

Grant, Sir Henry Hunloke and Edward Miller Mundy to Nelly Mundy of Piccadilly, Spinster, of shares in Nutbrook Canal Navigation

 

20 Jun 1793

D517/1/24

Abstract of Title to the Manor of Shipley 1626, 1716

 

1626-1716

D517/1/25

Fine, Patrick Richardson gent and Richard Fisher quers Henry Brookes gent and Katherine his wife and William Stenson defendants of 10 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture in Mapperley, Smalley and Normanton

 

1668

D517/1/26

Quit Claim, Thomas Twyford son and heir of Walter deceased of Langley to Ralph Delves esq. John Porte, John Knyveton of son of Richard Knyveton of Bradley Esq Humphrey Knyveton son and Henry Proctor for three pastures, The Lytell Launde, Lytell Hakwood Wolley in Longford

 

1501

D517/1/27

Mortgage, Edward Mundy of Allestree esq and Hester his wife to Dorothy Leche of Bexley Kent spinster of a messuage and land in Allestree for 500 years to secure £800

 

14 Jun 1736

D517/1/28

Marriage settlement, Thomas Baker of Allestree yeoman to Robert Hope of Grange Field gent and Charles Hope brother of Robert. In consideration of marriage between Thomas Baker and Elizabeth Hough widow of John of Bradbourne, sister of Robt and Charles Hope. Settlement of:- a messuage in Allestree - two closes - The Park Leyes Pingles and one - The Little Ayries

 

1 Sep 1663

D517/1/29

Mortgage, Francis Robinson of Horsley Woodhouse baker son and heir of William Robinson of Allestree yeoman to Abraham Crompton of Derby gent. A messuage and land in Allestree in Crossehill Field, Abbey Field and Par Field. Mickle Meadow, Harry Meadow; a close Little Croft and two cowgates in Allestrey pasture

 

9 Apr 1701

D517/1/30

Lease, wm Robinson of Allestree of 1t part Thomas Skinner of Nottm and Robert Burton of Kilborne yeoman of 2nd part and Frances Robinson of 3rd part as deed 29 for life of William and Grace his wife

 

27 Mar 1701

D517/1/31

Conveyance, George Allestrye of Derby gent to John Mundy of Markeaton Esq, of messuage in Alletrye

 

23 Apr 1661

D517/1/32

Lease, Henry Cundy of Allestrye yeoman to John Harrisonof Allestrye, labourer, Joan his wife, and John his sonof a cottage and appurtenances in Allestree. A cowgate and 3 half acres in Netherfield, Abbe Field, Crosswell Field on Howfurlong - for lives

 

30 Sep 1614

D517/1/33

Bargain and Sale, Samuel Ward of Allestrye Maulster to Gilbert Mundy of same gent of a piece of land 6ft x 60ft lying by the side of that ancient way, Robin Croft called Mutton ane in Alletrye

 

1 Oct 1688

D517/1/34

Lease, Samuel Ward of Allestree to Gilbert Mundy, Three lands near Nutt Brown Flatt in Alletrye called The Three Long Acres

 

20 Oct 1696

D517/1/35

Feoffment, John Baker of Allestrye yeoman to Gilbert Mundy of two lands of arable ground in Parke Field between two closes called The Red Hills, two byres of grass lad in Burley Close - in Allestrye

 

3 May 1686

D517/1/36

Grant, Thomas Baker of Allestrye yeoman and Elizabeth his wife to John Baker their son and heir appt. of a mesuage, a close "The Litle Eyrye", another - Woolling Close, 5 acres in MickleMeadow: 1 ac 3 rds in "Harvey" 1/2 ac o Long Little Eyrye 3 rds in Allestrye Brink 81/2 acs in Abbey Field. 9 acs in Crosshill Field (nr Duffield) 8 1/2 acs in Parke Field in Allestrye and goods and chattels - inventory attached

 

10 Oct 1685

D517/1/37

Mortgage, Henry Collier of Alestrye yeoman and Elizabeth his wife to Sarah Rossell of Allestrye, widow for the Little Croft in Allestrye Moor to S The Dealte

 

7 Apr 1676

D517/1/38

Assignment, William Robinson of Allestrye yeoman of 1st part.Thomas Skinner of Nottm and Robert Burton of Kilborne yeoman of 2nd part. Francis Robinson son and heir of William 3rd part His messuage in Allestrye and 3 acs in Cross Hill Field, Abbey Field and Parke Field - 1 ac in Mickle Meadow, 1 rood in Harry Meadow, The Little Croft, 2 1/2 cowgates o Allestrye Pasture in trust for Francis

 

27 Mar 1701

D517/1/39

Grant, William Robinson of Allestrye to Thomas and Edward two of his sons of a cottage in Allestrye - The Little Croft. 2 1/2 cowgates in Allestrye Pasture and lands onCrossHill Field, Parkfield, Willow Close Hedge, Nuthole, Owler Leys, Over Ash Follow, Holly Bay Cram Roods, for £5 er year for lives of William and Grace his wife

 

1 Jan 1710

D517/1/40

Mortgage, William Collier the Elder ofAllestrye gent and William his son and heir appt to John Chambers of Derby gent of messuage and lands in Allestrye - closes. The Falling or The New Intake Falling and The Old Intake Fallings. The Black Acres

 

20 Nov 1667

D517/1/41

Lease, William Collier of Allestrye gent and Olive his wife to Thomas How of Derby, Bricklayer of ten lands in Abbey Field, and right to Quarry for stone - if in Alletrye - for 12 years

 

8 Feb 1676

D517/1/42

Mortgage, John Baker of Allestrye yeoman to John Bourne of Derby gent of a close - The Little Eyrye - -also Wooding Close and one ac 3 roods in the Harry - in Allestrye

 

23 Dec 1685

D517/1/43

Deed to make a tenant to suffer a Recovery, Edward Mundy of Allestry, esq of 1st part Joseph Barras of Clements Inn, gent and Joseph Dudbrige of same gent of 2nd part and William Turner of Derby gent and William Hodgkinson of Derby gent of 3rd part of the capital messuage in Allestry - several farms there, a farm on Markeaton,one in Ashover., one in Kirk Langley a farm in Derby and messuages there of The Assembly Room

 

20 Oct 1727

D517/1/44

Deed of exchange, Ann Mundy of Markeaton widow of Francis, Lady of The Manor of Markeaton Mackworth and Allestrye during the minority of Wrightson Mundy to Ellen Mundy of Allestrye widow of Robert of 10 lands of arable in Farr Field Allestrye for six lands in the same field to facilitate an inclosure

 

25 Jan 1725

D517/1/45

Lease for a Year, William Collier of Allestree and Olive his wife to Gilbert Mundy of same of a capital messuage, 2 farms and lands in Allestree

 

20 Jun 1688

D517/1/46

Arbitration Award, Gilbert Mundy of Derby and Samuel Ward, Thomas Baker and George Cooper also Thomas Sadler, William Robinson, Henry Cowley and William Foure all of Allestry for dispute over fences between Mickle Meadow, Allestree and the " Shire Holme" - arbitrators John Beresford, John Harpur

 

6 Sep 1706

D517/1/47

Covenant, Richard Baker of Allestree yeoman to Edward Sadler of same yeoman re issue of a writ for recorvery by John Baker brother of Richard, of a messuage and lands in Allestree as detailed on schedule attached

 

10 May 1617

D517/1/48

Mortgage, William Collier the younger gent of Allestree and Olive his wife to Sir John Curzon of Kedleston, of a messuage and lands in Allestrye

 

26 Mar 1683

D517/1/49

Articles of agreement, Gilbert Mundy of Allestrye and William Robinson of same, tailor, for exchange of a parcel of land in Allestry Field, called Darley Field for a piece in the same field shooting on Owler Carr - -in Allestrye

 

11 Feb 1690

D517/1/50

Settlements Schedule, William Robinson of a messuage and lands in Allestree

 

12 Jul 1696

D517/1/51

Conveyance, William Robinson of Allestrye tailor and Grace his wife and Joseph Shaw of Allestrye, Toe dresser and Elizabeth his wife to Gilbert Mundy of Three pieces of ground and pasture in Allestrye

 

29 Sep 1687

D517/1/52

Conveyance, Thomas Baker of Allestrye yeoman and Elizabeth his wife and John Baker their son and heir appt to Gilbert Mundy of two lands of arable in Allestrye in Parke Field

 

6 Jun 1684

D517/1/53

Feoffment, Edmund Smith of Allestry, yeoman and Edward his son and heir appt to George Allestrye of Alveston gent of a messuage or farm in Allestrye; a trust declared for John Mundy

 

28 Oct 1658

D517/1/54

Release, Samuel Ward of Allestrye yeoman to Thomas Vaux of Derby labourer of a cottage in Allestry

 

31 Oct 1681

D517/1/55

Conveyance, Henry Collier of Allestrye yeoman to Gilbert Mundy of several parcels of land in Allestrye and a cowgate in the Town Pasture

 

18 Aug 1682

D517/1/56

Conveyance, Samuel Ward of Allestrye gent to Gilbert Mundy of a close in Allestree - Greaves Roe Pingle

 

29 Jun 1686

D517/1/57

Conveyance, Joseph Shaw of Allestrye yeoman and Elizabeth his wife to William Robinson of same, tailor, and Grace his wife (Grace and Elizabeth daughters of Hen. Collier of Allestrye) of a moiety of the Little Croft in Allestrey

 

11 Jul 1689

D517/1/58

Lease, Edward Smith of Allestree yeoman to William Smith of Newthorpe, Notts yeoman of all these closes - Daryarte - Potter Flattes, Weare Head, Winney and Red Hill in Allestree - for 80 years

 

10 Aug 1626

D517/1/59

Fine, George Allestrye gent plaintif, Edmund Smith and Anne his wife defendants of a messuage and lands in Allestry

 

2 Nov 1658

D517/1/60

Mortgage, William Robinson and Grace his wife to Gilber Mundy of a Close in Allestrye - The Little Croft

 

23 Dec 1695

D517/1/61

Conveyance Francis Robinson of Horsley, framework knitter to Edward Mundy of Allestry of a messuage and lands wherever William Robinson dwelt in Allestry

 

5 Aug 1726

D517/1/62

Lease for a year, Thomas Baker of Allestry and Elizabeth his wife to Sir John Curzon of Kedleston, of a close in Allestry - Little Ayres

 

19 Dec 1682

D517/1/63

Conveyance, Henry Collier of Allestry yeoman and William Collier gent (brother of Henry) to William Robinson of Allestry tailor of a cottage and lands - in Allestry - for life of William R and successors

 

10 Sep 1681

D517/1/64

Conveyance, William Collier of Allestry to William Mundy of Darley by Derby esq of lands in Allestry in - New Close - Dockholme - Mill Pingle in Greave Rowe - Darwyn Close - Hohole

 

29 Sep 1663

D517/1/65

Conveyance, William Bullock of Norton esq to Thomas Baker of Allestry yeoman of a close in Allestry - Little Ayrie

 

20 Apr 1652

D517/1/66

Assignment of mortgage, Samuel Crompton of Derby gent (son and executor of Abraham) of 1st part Francis Robinson of 2nd part Edward Mundy and Samuel Ward of Derby gent on a messuage and land in Allestry

 

5 Aug 1726

D517/1/67

Conveyance Thomas Baker of Allestry and Elizabeth his wife and John their son and heir yeoman to Gilbert Mundy of Allestry gent of a messuage, a close "The Little Eyre", another - Woolling Close, 5 acres in Mickle Meadow: 1 ac 3rds in "Harvey" 1/2 ac on Long Little Eyre 3 rds in Allestrye Brink 8 1/2 acs in Abbey Field. 9 acs in Crosshill Field (nr Duffield) 8 1/2 acs in Parke Field in Allestrye and goods and chattels - inventory attached

 

10 Jun 1686

D517/1/68

Feoffment, William Botham of Mackworth gent to John Mundy of Allestree esq of a messuage in Mackworth

 

8 May 1652

D517/1/69

Lease Edward Miller Mundy to Samuel Walker of Hazlewood, farmer of a messusage and farm in Shipley and land in Smalley

 

1 Mar 1816

D517/1/70

Lease, Edward Miller Mundy to James Baker of Shipley farmer of a messuage or farm in Shipley

 

1 Aug 1820

D517/1/71

Lease, Edward Miller Mundy, Samuel Barker of Smalley farmer of a messuage or farm in Shipley

 

1 Aug 1820

D517/1/72

Assignment, draft, William Corderoy of London merchant of 1st part Frances Bold widow and exec of Edward Bold deceased of 2nd part Edward Mundy of Lincolns Inn esq of 3rd part of Frizor Close and Barn, Clay Pitt Close, in Mackworth and Allestrey and the Leherty's of Darley Abbey - Siddals Close on Litchurch - Long Lea and five lands in Over Cowley and a messuage in Derby

 

1709

D517/1/73

Marriage settlement, John Mundy of Markeaton esq to Adrian Mundy of Quorne Co Derby gent and John Stone of Stenson yeoman In consideration of marriage between Gilbert Mundy gent (younger son of John) and Marie Stenson daughter of William of Derby mercer:- A messuage in Allestree, and another in Little Ayrie - Dale Acre Meadow - Hbhole, Potters Flatt Black Acres - Banburie Close - pasture in Birrley Close - Foxcrofts - Mickle Meadow- The Brincke

 

9 Nov 1663

D517/1/74

Lease, Edward Miller Mundy to Thomas Green of Mapperley farmer of a messuage or farm in Mapperley

 

1 Aug 1820

D517/1/75

Fine, Patrick Richardson quer, William Richardson and Elizabeth his wife defendants of land in Mapperley

 

9 Oct 1633

D517/1/76

Lease, Samuel Ward of Allestrye yeoman and William Collier the Younger to Reginald Pynder of Duffield gent of a messuage in Allestry and lands The Little Croft, Harry Meadow, Park Field, Sherwoods Close Flatt, Midleing Slate Flatt, Pillow Croft, Lowsy Woods, Bradbury Gate, The Fallings, Broad Moore, Abbey Fields - Nut Brown Flatt, Stone Hill, Blackwall Banck for 86 years

 

30 Apr 1681

D517/1/77

Mortgage, John Baker of Allestry yeoman to John Bourne of Derby gent of a close - The Little Ayrie another Wooding Close 3 roods in the Harry Allestry

 

23 Dec 1685

D517/1/78

Commission, Duke of Devonshire Lord Lieutenant of Derby to Charles Cave Brown to be a Lieutenant of a company of the Supplementary Militia in the County of Derby

 

25 Jul 1803

D517/1/79

Appointment of Edward Miller Mundy as Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Derbyshire

 

30 Oct 1823

D517/1/80

Recovery, John Baker, Richard Baker, Edward Howse, of a messuage and lands in Allestry

 

2 Jun 1617

D517/1/81

Fine Francis Mundy esq quer John Baker and Anne his wife defendants, a messuage and lands in Allestry

 

1624

D517/1/82

Conveyance, Thomas Baker of Allestry and Elizabeth his wife to Sir John Curzon of Kedleston, of Little Ayries Close in Allestry

 

20 Dec 1682

D517/1/83

Lease for a year, Thomas Baker and Elizabeth his wife and John their son to Gilbert Mundy of a messuage and lands - Little Eyrie, Mickle Meadow Abbey Field - Parke Field

 

9 Jun 1686

D517/1/84

Plan Map and plan of Old Shipley Hall and premises

 

 

D517/1/85

Deed of Covenant, William Roby of Wilstroppe Co Derby and Mary his wife to John Mundy of Markeaton of a messuage in Allestrye

 

1662

D517/1/86

Grant Thomas Baker of Allestry to John Baker his son of all his lands at Allestry

 

4 Nov 1682

D517/1/87

Conveyance, Henry Collier of Allestry yeoman to William Roby of Willstrop co Derby gent, of land in Cross Hill Fields, Allestree

 

24 Jun 1672

D517/1/88

Fine, John Flamsteed gent quer Henry Powtrell esq and Ann his wife and Robert Powtrell gent defs, lands in Mapperley

 

1649

D517/1/89

Will, Henry Cundy of Allestree yeoman Bequests:- lands settled by indenture 1 Marck 20 Charles 1 1644 - interesting bequests from debts owed by William Collier, his nephew

 

14 Aug 1654

D517/1/90

Fine, John Curzon and Francis Burton quer William Colier and Olive his wife Penelope Wright, widow and Thomas Wright gent defendants of 2 messuages 40 acs of land 20 acs of pasture 20 acres of other land in Allestrye and Ashbourne

 

1673

D517/1/91

Settlement, Henry Cundie of Allestry yeoman to John Sadler of same, yeoman of his capital messuage in Allestree, a messuage or cottage and land - The Harry Meadow - the Oaks Mickle Meadow - Itche Rood - The Ollers - Brinck Close settled- Cross Hill Field - Cross Hill Hole - Birrley Lees Parkfield - Black Acres - Hobnole Midling Slade - to children of Anne Cowley his sister and Marie Collier also his sister

 

1 Mar 1644

D517/1/92

Conveyance, Antony Babynton of Dethick esq to William Cundie of Derby, gent of messuages and lands in Allestree, 20 Apr

 

 

D517/1/93

Fine, Abel Toolis, Henry Baker and Edward Baker quer William Collier and Ann his wife defendants of 5 acres of land, 6 acres of Meadow,8 acres of pasture and common of pasture in Allestree, Duffield and Quarne

 

1648

D517/1/94

Conveyance, William Robie of Willstrapp, co Derby gent and John Sherwin of Nottm, Tanner to Harry Collier of Allestrye and Elizabeth his wife and Henry Collier the younger sonne of a rood of land in Crossehill Field in Allestrye - Flaxe Meadow

 

6 Nov 1662

D517/1/95

Recovery, William Cundy, Antony Babyngton of 8 messuages and lands in Allestree

 

16 Nov 1530

D517/1/96

Conveyance, William Collier the elder of Allestrye gent and William Collier the younger his son and heir appt to Charles Cocke the elder of Newthorpe Notts gent and Charles the younger of same gent All the capital messuages, 3 messuages and a cottage and apportionment in Allestry

 

28 Sep 1669

D517/1/97

Articles of Agreement, William Mundy of Markeaton esq of 1st part and Gilbert Mundy of Allestree gent of 2nd part and Edward Mundy of Markeaton gent of 3rd part. Re the estate of John Mundy including lands etc on Mackworth, Markeaton and Allestrye Manor of W Hallon, Yorks. Messuage in Kirk Langley

 

10 Apr 1682

D517/1/98

Release, Anthony Cowliey of Derby framework-knitter and Mary his wife to Edward Mundy of Allestrye esq a messuage in Allestrye and lands in Crossel Field, Abbey Field, Mickle Meadow Warehead Close

 

31 Jan 1714

D517/1/99

Conditions of transfer, W Wyatt, Sam Wyatt and George Ingman commissioners foe Inclosure of Parish of Mackworth. Rights of tenants to plow and sow barley and pease crops - and succession of crops to be taken by tenants - Rent to be paid unto Lady Day 1762 - Proprietors see to enter to carry dung - to ditch and hedge

 

24 Feb 1761

D517/1/100

Abstract of each Pits account for six months ending June 30, 1824 (4 pits)

 

1824

D517/1/101

Will, Elizabeth Wood of Wirksworth spinster. Bequests: including house and land in Over Mathfield Staffs

 

16 Jan 1675

D517/1/102

Settlement, Gilbert Mundy of Allestrye to Edward Mundy of Lincoln's Inn his s and h appt of all his messuages and lands in Allestrey and Derby - Lead Mines in Wensley - and messuages etc in Alstonfield Staffs

 

4 Apr 1698

D517/1/103

Deed of Partition, Edward Paker of Derby mercer William Collier of Allestry yeoman of two messuages two cottages and lands in Allestry, Mackworth, Duffield and Breadsall - late the inheritance of Sir Francis Burdett

 

10 Jan 1647

D517/1/104

Quit Claim, Thomas Babyngton son and heir appt of Antony Babyngton of Dethick Knight to William Cundy messuages, cottages and lands in Adalastre

 

6 Apr 1531

D517/1/105

Abstract of Title, of William Collier to lands etc in Allestrye 29 Sept 1663 to 20 June 1688

 

1688

D517/1/106

Conveyance, Thomas Vaux of Allestree yeoman, Dorothy his wife and John Cheshire of Derby gent to Gilbert Mundy of Allestree gent of a messuage in Allestry mortgaged to John Cheshire

 

12 Jan 1686

D517/1/107

Conveyance - Exchange, William Robinson of Allestry tailor to Gilbert Mundy of a parcel of land in Allestry Field Field next to Darley for a similar parcel in the same field

 

11 Feb 1690

D517/1/108

Declaration of use of a fine, William Robye of Willstrap and Marie his wife of 1st part, William Walker the Edler of Breason yeoman and Elizabeth his wife of 2nd part, Hen Collier of Allestree yeoman and Elizabeth his wife of 3rd part, Hen Collier the younger of same weaver of 4th part, Francis Collier of 5th part, John Mundy of Markeaton esq of 6th part, William Collier of Allestre gent and William Walker the younger of Breason yeoman of 7th part, on a Close in Allestree - The Potters Flatt and a messuage and land in Crosswell Field _ Dranck well Netherfield, Mickle Meadow Pillow Croft...

 

25 Aug 1662

D517/1/109

Marriage Settlement, John Hill of Foolow gent to Thomas Hall of Pindale gent and Henry Balgay of Rowlee gent and Robert Glossop of Castleton Husbandman. In consideration of a marriage portion paid to John Hill by Thomas Hall, father of Mary wife of John. Settlement of :- a messuage and "Fodor Head" "Meare Flatts" in Foolow another mess. there and land in "Backsides" at Hill near Tideswell

 

9 Aug 1671

D517/1/110

Covenant, Edward Grace of Kirk Langley to John Mundy esq to surrender his moiety of a farm in Kirk Langley

 

14 Jun 1653

D517/1/111

Commission, for Alfred Miller Mundy appointed Colonial Secretary of S Australia

 

11 Apr 1844

D517/1/112

Rental of Shipley, Smalley, Mapperley and Heanor estates

 

1833

D517/1/113

Will of Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley Hall esq. Bequests and Estates - Manor of Shipley appurtenances in Shipley, Heanor, Mapperley and Smalley

 

12 Nov 1834

D517/1/114

Conveyance, Henry Powtrell of West Hallam esq and John Flamsteed of Little Hallam gent to Thomas Stanfield of Chilwell, Notts yeoman of Three Closes in Mapperley

 

5 Dec 1649

D517/1/115

Will of Nelly Mundy spinster. Bequests incl shares in Nutbrook Canal, House in Chesterfield St, London - details of personal jewellery

 

27 Aug 1813

D517/1/116

Grant, Sir Hnery Hunloke and Edward Miller Mundy rto Rev Richard Dodsley of Willington of shares Nos 92 and 93 in the Nutbrook Canal

 

20 Jun 1793

D517/1/117

Conveyance (?), Sir George Peckham of Shipley to Sir Edward Sleigh of - The Manor of Shipley

 

25 May 1626

D517/1/118

Agreement to Convey from Gilbert Mundy of Allestree (exec of John Mundy) to Samuel Pole of Radborne esq (for Francis Mundy son and heir of William who was eldest son and heir of John) of land in Mickle Meadow, Malt Acre in Lowhill Field Copsitch, Little Gosland Close, Lightning Stids, Crosse House Farm, Browlands Farm - Church Field, Brund Field Hartshead - High Greave Field - Wickerwood Field - Markeaton Field, Pyms Farm Kirkelands Mackworth Meadow - Hambleton Hole - Cotto Slade Stonehill Crosse - Furlong - Fearney Nook - Bratby's Farm Bobridge Field - Denby Row - Carrow Sitch - Wheat Hill...

 

24 Sep 1686

D517/1/119

Thanksgiving sermon preached at Heanor and Denby on 14 April 1833 the dat appointed… for celebration of Gods Goodness in delivering this country from the scourge of cholera

 

14 Apr 1833

D517/1/120

Surrender, Joseph Dale of Quarndon Moor, Quarndon yeoman and Ann his wife and Hannah Woodhouse of Denby widow to Edward Mundy of Shipley esq nephew and heir of Edward Mundy late of Allestree esq deceased a messuage in Allestree and lands in Abbey Field, Over Ash Furlong, Marrell Ash - on Cross Hill field, Crosshill Hole Hough Furlong - Pink Field Allestree Pasture

 

2 Nov 1759

D517/1/121

Lease, Edward Mundy of Allestree, esq to William Foulk als Greatoricke of same, yeoman of messuage and lands in Allestry as detailed on 120, for 99 years

 

18 Jan 1711

D517/1/122

Will of Abraham Foulke als Greatorex of Allestry, Bequests

 

15 Jan 1730

D517/1/123

Will of Elizabeth Fouke als Greatorex of Allestree, widow. Bequests

 

4 Dec 1751

D517/1/124

Thomas Taylor formerly of Matlock, schoolmaster, non attendance of the parish church of Matlock or other chapel between 8-March and 6th April 1678

 

8 Mar 1678

D517/1/125

Lease, Edward Grace of Kirk Langley gent to John Mundy of Markeaton esq of a moiety of a messuage in Kirk Langley for 80 years

 

15 Feb 1653

D517/1/126

Election certificate for Edward Miller Mundy elected aWoodman of the Forest of Farden

 

27 Jun 1788

D517/1/127

Fine, Gilbert Mundy gent quer Thomas Baker and Elizabeth his wife defendants of a messuage and lands in Allestrey

 

 

D517/1/128

Lease, Given to John Knyveton gent for The Tithes of lands etc in Shipley now in the occupation of Richard Strelley Knt and Elizabeth his wife, late the possessions of the Monastrey of Dale

 

28 Apr 1569

D517/1/129

Feoffment, Thomas Baker of Allestree yeoman to John Stables of Weston Underwood yeoman and William Smyth of Meadows, Duffield, yeoman in trust for Richard Baker son of Thomas lands in Allestrey as Schedule attached

 

13 Dec 1600

D517/1/130

Memo of an Agreement, between Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley Hall and Frances Fosbrooke of Willington spinster, Charles Fosbrooke of same, gentleman to deposit deeds to two closes in Heanor and a farmhouse and lands _ Lacey fields in Heanor as security for a loan of £4000

 

5 Jul 1832

D517/1/131

Marriage Settlement of William Leche and Jane Evelyn

Sir Edward Leche of Shipley of 1st part, William Leche his so & heir appt and Jane Evelyn d of Sir John Evelyn of Godstone, Surrey of 2nd part, Sir John Evelyn and Richard Hatton of Middle Temple esq of 3rd part, In consideration of marriage between William Leche and Jane settlement of The Manor of Shipley a farm called Newmanlyes and rights in Shipley, Ilkeston, Heanor, Mapperley & Kirk Hallam. The Manor of Hathersage, Over Padley & Nether Padley and messuages etc in Grindleford Cotes Thornhill Lecum Dunsut Castleton Bradwell & Overton. The Manor of Duffield - Makeney Hazlewood & Windley...

11 Dec 1649

D517/1/132

Settlement, Thomas Baker of Allestrey yeoman to Richard Baker his son settlement with John Stables and William Smyth in trust of the Stirley Yard close and 2 acs in Parkeleyes Pingles Allestrey purchased from Sir Ralph Sacheverell

 

13 Dec 1600

D517/1/133

A duplicate of the Hundred of Morleston and Litchurch with their several values as they were rated in 1647

 

1647

D517/1/134

Commission, HM Queen Victoria to Alfred Miller Mundy. Appointed Colonial Secretary of South Australia

 

2 Aug 1842

D517/1/135

Commission, Duke of Devonshire, Lord Lieutenant of Derbyshire to Edward Miller Mundy, Clerk of the Peace to be a Colonel of the Supplementary Militia of Derbyshire

 

22 Jul 1803

D517/1/136

Inventory, Edward Miller Mundy Esq of Shipley, an inventory of the plate

 

 

D517/1/137

Appointment, George Mundy KCB as Admiral of the Red Squadron of H M Fleet

 

28 Nov 1857

D517/1/138

Statement of coals sold at Shipley Colliery week ending Feb 26, 1871

 

25 Feb 1871

D517/1/139

Fine, George Allestrey gent quer Edmund Smyth and anne his wife, and Edward Smyth and Jane his wife defendants of a messuage and lands in Allestry

 

1658

D517/1/140

Rental, Edward Miller Mundy of an estate at Shipley proposed at surety for a loan of £23100 including cottages at Mapperley and Heanor

 

1800

D517/1/141

Sale bill, Marquis of Ormonde of Freehold Estates in Codnor, Pentrich, Loscoe, Langley Mill, Langley, Heanor to be sold by auction at the Bell Inn, Derby

 

27 Oct 1824

D517/1/142

Rentals Edward Miller Mundy for Estates at Shipley, Heanor, Smalley and Mapperley. Mich 1796, Lady Day and Mich 1797, 1798, 1799, Lady Day 1800, Mich 1802, Lady Day and Mich 1803, Lady Day 1804

 

1796-1804

D517/1/143

Estate account, A Miller Mundy esq Shipley Estate Accounts, 1874

 

1874

D517/1/144

Colliery accounts, A Miller Mundy, Shipley Colliery Accounts 1874

 

1874

D517/1/145

License, The King to Francis Lord Middleton to assign The Manor of Allenton Plumtree and Risley to Evelyn Pierpont Duke Kingston

 

23 Nov 1763

D517/1/146

Gamekeepers Bills. A bundle of gamekeepers bills for watching at 1/- per night - food for dogs, repairing nets - escorting persons etc on Shipley Estate

 

1874

D517/1/147

Colliery accounts, Edward Miller Mundy. Accounts for the several collieries, 1806, 1817, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1831

 

1806-1831

D517/1/148

Declaration of trust, Richard, Earl of Howe and Francis Noel Clarke Mundy and Edward Miller Mundy, with respect to trusts standing in their names upon the Trust of settlement on the marriage of Edward Miller Mundy and Lady Middleton

 

30 Oct 1794

D517/1/149

Grant, Sir John Statham of Wigwall to Edward Mundy of Allestree esq of all the goods and chattels of felons, felo de se's, fugitives, clekrks convicts etc happening or falling within the township of Allestree

 

1 May 1721

D517/1/150

Bond, Francis Robinson of Horsley Woodhouse baker son and heir appt of William R of Allestrey to Abraham Crompton of Derby, gent for a loan of £30 plus interest

 

9 Apr 1701

D517/1/151

Bond, Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley to Richard Arkwright of Willersley esq for a loan of £5000

 

3 Oct 1817

D517/1/152

Bond, Edward Mundy of Lincolns Inn to John Mathews for a loan of £100

 

21 Dec 1701

D517/1/153

Bond, Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley to Nelly Mundy of Wimpole St to secure an annuity for Nelly Mundy

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/1/154

Bill, Mr Mundy for school fees at Eton College term ending 18 Dec 18 1868

 

Dec 1868

D517/1/155

Will of Francis Collier of Allestrey tailor. Bequests

 

19 May 1681

D517/1/156

Will Mundy Musters. Heads of will

 

9 Aug 1769

D517/1/157

Bond, Thomas Baker and John his son and heir appt to John Bourne of Derby gent to keep covenants in indentures of same date

 

23 Dec 1685

D517/1/158

Receipt, John Baker to Gilbert Mundy for £45 purchase money for lands sold

 

11 Jun 1686

D517/1/159

Receipt, Samuel Warde of Allestrye gent to Gilbert Mundy for "20 consideration money in indentures of same date

 

29 Jun 1686

D517/1/160

Receipt, Thomas Baker of Allestrey yeoman to John Baker his son and heir appt for £100 mentioned in indentures of same date

 

10 Oct 1685

D517/1/161

Receipt, Elizabeth Baker, widow and exec of John Baker late of Allestrey- yeoman deceased to Gilbert Mundy for £135 part of purchase money for lands sold

 

15 Sep 1686

D517/1/162

Bond, Edward Mundy of Lincolns Inn to Thomas Bold of London distiller to poay £36.13.4 within 3 months after death of Elizabeth Webster, widow of Henry Webster of Derby baker

 

2 Nov 1711

D517/1/163

Ecclesiastical Survey (copy) The Vicarage of Kirk Hallam subsequently granted, 36 Hen Viii (1544-1545) to Francis Leche

 

1534-1535

D517/1/164

Agreement for references to settle what may be deemed a reasonable and fair compensation to the Vicar of Kirk Hallam to receive in lieu of all tithes

 

24 Sep 1802

D517/1/165

Lease for possession, Edward Willoughby of Aspley, Notts gent to Thomas Smith of Nottm gent of closes in Mapperley and smalley. Two called Gorsey Closes, Oxe Closes, Birrton Bugg Meadow, Cow Close

 

23 Mar 1691

D517/1/166

Case, Doctor Willmott v freeholders of Mapperley re pulling down of a building on Mapperley Sick - with plan of building

 

5 Aug 1727

D517/1/167

Terriers - copies of all church living at Kirk Hallam, 1612, 1685, 1795

 

1612-1795

D517/1/168

Letter, Francis Walker of Mapperley to Edward Willoughby at Aspley re share of expenses in trying for the Tithes of Mapperley against the Newdigate in Exchequer

 

10 Mar 1788

D517/1/169

Notes on the Manor of West Hallam bought of Lord Cromwell of Powtells

 

 

D517/1/170

List of Monies du Lammas, 1801 for Mapperley

 

1801

D517/1/171

Receipt, Samuel Heathcote to Francis Willoughby for deeds relating to lands in Mapperley and Smalley

 

1641

D517/1/172

Valuation. Bam's valuation of timber at Dale

 

10 May 1736

D517/1/173

Will of Phillip Leith of Sawley esq. Bequests - all to Miss Hesther Mundy - his niece - to be buried in Westerham, Kent if he die in London or if in Derbys in All Sts Church near to Iron Rails of Duke of Devonshire's monument

 

23 Oct 1730

D517/1/174

Opinion on Mrs Miller's Will

 

10 Apr 1730

D517/1/175

Conditon of Lease of West Hallam Colliery

 

1822

D517/1/176

[Number not used]

 

 

D517/1/177

Statement. Income of West Hallam School, built 1662

 

1822

D517/1/178

Resolutions of the Trustees of the Assembly Rooms Derby

 

6 Oct 1829

D517/1/179

Colliery Accounts. A bundle of miscellaneous accounts and weekly reports of Shipley Colliery

 

1807-1822

D517/1/180

Receipt, Ecclesiastical Commissioners to A M Mundy for £1500 endowment to Cotmanhay Living

 

28 May 1873

D517/1/181

List of deeds

 

30 Oct 1682

D517/1/182

Copy of will of Georgiana, Lady Middleton, wife of Edward Miller Mundy

 

1 Mar 1788

D517/1/183

Statement and Case for the Opinion on the will of Georgiana, Lady Middleton

 

Sep 1823

D517/2

Out of County Deeds

 

 

D517/2/1/1

Will of George Hyde of Mepershall, Beds

 

19 Jan 1684

D517/2/2/1

Assignment of mortgage between Rt Hon Georgiana, Dowager Lady Middleton, Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley and Rt Hon Viscount Howe and James Mansfield Chadwick re manors of Edendridge, Elstone and Prestbury

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/2/2/2

Fine, Walter Edwards esq, plaintiff, Lady Mary Middleton, defendant of manors and lands etc in Gloucestershire, Bucks, Southampton, Somerset, Oxfordshire, Berks.

 

1757

D517/2/2/3

Deed to declare uses of fines, Lady Mary Middleton to Walter Edwards of manors and lands etc in Gloucestershire, Bucks, Southampton, Somerset, Oxfordshire, Berks.

 

13 Oct 1758

D517/2/2/4

Will, Lady Mary Middleton, widow of Rt Hon James Lord Middleton. Bequests: to poor of Wollenton - lands etc in Gloucester, Dorset, Berkshire, Somerset, Oxfordshire, Bucks.

 

1 April 1762

D517/2/3/1

Recovery, William Andrew of lands at Sandon, Herts.

 

27 Nov 1637

D517/2/3/2

Fine, Zachary Gardener, gent and Anthony Spencer, gent quers, Nicholas Miller, defendant of a moiety of 2 messuages, lands in Sandon

 

1663

D517/2/3/3

Lease, John Adelmane alias Caesar of Sandon to James Willymott of Kelshall, Herts, Gent of two closes of road and pasture in Sandon, Herts for 21 years

 

21 Oct 1650

D517/2/3/4

Assignment, John Pettitt of Hide Hall, Herts to Sir Julius Adelmane alias Caesar of a right of way in Chipping, Herts for remainder of a term

 

26 May 1612

D517/2/3/5

Deed to lead to uses of a fine, Nicholas Miller of Rygate, Surrey and Mary, his wife, to Zachary Gardiner and Arthur Spencer of London a moiety of a capital messuage in Sandon, Herts.

 

1661

D517/2/3/6

Fine, William Fanklyn, plaintiff, John Cesar esq, defendant and Anne, his wife Lands etc in Sandon, Herts.

 

1659

D517/2/3/7

Assignment of a lease, John Pettitt the elder of Sandon, Herts to John, his son of a messuage, Hyde Hall in Haddon

 

6 Aug 1621

D517/2/3/8

Grant, Thomas, Earl of Exeter to Rt Hon Sir Julius Adlemane als Caeser and Lady Alice, his wife of a right of way through lands to Hide Hall, Sandon

 

14 Jun 1611

D517/2/3/9

Lease, Thomas, Earl of Exeter to John Pettitt of Sandon of lands and the capital messuage Hide Hall in Sandon

 

25 Nov 1610

D517/2/3/10

Recovery, Edward Waterhouse esq and John Hatt to William Franklyn of two messuages and land in Sandon and Layston, Herts.

 

1657

D517/2/3/11

Lease for a year, Edward Miller Mundy of Shiply esq to James Mansfield Chadwick (brother of Rt Hon Georgiana Lady Middleton) of lands in Hyde Hall, Sandon

 

6 Jan 1788

D517/2/3/12

Acquittance, Thomas Morrison of Sandon to Sir Julius Adelmare for £120 for certain lands in Sandon

 

18 Feb 1613

D517/2/3/13

Bargain and Sale Thomas Morrison of Sandon to Sir Julius Adelmare of Millfields - Sandon

 

3 Dec 1613

D517/2/3/14

Lease, Sir Nicholas Miller of Hyde Hall and Dame Mary, his wife, to Richard Archer of Sandon of a messuage at Millend Sandon and lands fo 12 years

 

26 Jun 1688

D517/2/3/15

Agreement to lease, Francis Miller of Loxley, Warwicks, John Bray of Kelshall, Herts of the farm at Millend - Sandon

 

23 Feb 1692

D517/2/3/16

Conveyance, William Turner of Therfield, Herts to Sir John Caeser of a close in Therfield, Herts

 

21 Jan 1621

D517/2/3/17

Declaration of trust, Ambrose Pearse of Kingsteare Co of S'hampton and Richard Matthews of Whitechapel and Mary Miller, wifoe of Nicholas M of Rygate, Surrey, daughter & heir of Mary Bateman of messuages etc in Sandon

 

5 Jun 1673

D517/2/3/18

Lease, William Franklyn of Grays Inn to John Tompson of Sandon of five closes in Sandon for remainder of 14 years

 

31 Oct 1659

D517/2/3/19

Assignment of lease, John Pettitt the Younger of Sandon, Elizabeth Pettitt widow, and Thomas Heigham of Layston, Herts to John Caeser of Hide Hall of a farm in Sandon

 

6 Sep 1674

D517/2/3/20

Assignment of lease, John Pettitt the Younger to Thomas Heigham of part of Hide Hall, Sandon

 

18 Aug 1621

D517/2/3/21

Articles of Agreement, Jane Miller, widow of Franklyn Miller and Mary Miller, widow of Nicholas Miller for estates in Sandon, East Greenwich with account of personal estate of Framklyn.

 

1730

D517/2/3/22

View of Frank Pledge, Richard Harris, Lord of Manor of Sandon of the Manor of Sandon

 

16 Apr 1688

D517/2/3/23

Lease, William Franklyn of Grays Inn to Thomas Nutting of Sandon of a messuage in Millend Sandon for 9 years.

 

10 Mar 1657

D517/2/3/24

Bond, Maria Miller of E Greenwich, widow and Jane Miller of same widow to keep covenants in articles of agreement of same date.

 

17 Dec 1730

D517/2/3/25

Marriage settlement, Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley of 1st part, Lady Georgiana Middleton, widow of 2nd part and James Mansfield Chadwick esq, her brother of 3rd part of a piece of land in Sandon, Herts to bar dower in the lands of Edward M M on his marriage to Lady Georgiana.

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/2/3/26

Grant, Leonard Hide of Hidehawle, Sandon, Hets to Thomas Turner of Westroode, Herst of a close called Nether Stocking in Thurfield, Herts.

 

31 Jan 1585

D517/2/3/27

Grant, Sir Thomas Cheek to Rt Hon Thomas, Earl of Exeter of Right of way over Burry Meade to Hide Hall, Sandon

 

23 Mar 1609

D517/2/3/28

Order, to Richard Bayly, gent to render to Robert Slingsby esq, Ferdinand Adelmare als Caeser and James Willymott the Younger 2 messuages and lands in Sandon.

 

21 Jun 1656

D517/2/3/29

Rt Hon Sir Julius Adelmare als Caeser, and Anne, his wife of 1st part, Sir John Adelmare of 2nd part, Phillip Gerard of Grays Inn and Thomas Gardner of 3rd part re messuage and lands in Herts.

 

May 1624

D517/2/3/30

Covenant to levy a fine, Nicholas Miller of Great Doods of Reigate and Mary, his wife to Edward Thurland of Inner Temple on messuages and lands in Sandon, Herts.

 

20 Oct 1664

D517/2/3/31

Release, Charles Morrison - co Northants to John Adelmare of Hide Hall Sandon of the Millfields pature in Sandon.

 

28 Jun 1650

D517/2/3/32

Conveyance, John Adelmare als Caeser esq and Ann, his wife to William Franklyn of Grays Inn of a close or pasture in Thurfield, Herts -Nether Stocking

 

2 Oct 1659

D517/2/3/33

Covenant to levy a fine, Nicholas Miller of Great Doods, Reigate and Mary, his wife, to Zachariah Garner of London and Arthur Spencer of Clements Inn on a moiety of messuages etc in Sandon, Herts - to the use of Nicholas and Mary

 

2 Jan 1661

D517/2/3/34

Lease, William Franklyn of Grays Inn to John Tompson of Wollington, Herts of a messuage and lands in Sandon, Herts for 14 years.

 

3 Nov 1658

D517/2/3/35

Settlement, Nicholas Miler of Great Doods Herts and Mary, his wife, to Edward Thurland of the Inner Temple of a moiety of the Manor of Sandon on Franklyn Miller, their son.

 

10 Oct 1664

D517/2/3/36

Conveyance, Leonard Hide of Hide Hall, Herts to Thomas Turner, the Elder of Westroode, Herts of a close - Nether Stocking in Thurfield, Herts.

 

31 Jan 1585

D517/2/3/37

Judgement, Margerie Thompson and Thomas Stubbing esq plaintiff, Mary Franklyn defendant re messuages and lands in Sandon, Herts, plaintiffs to enjoy a moiety of the lands.

 

13 Oct 1663

D517/2/3/38

?Lease, Charles Morison, Symon Andrew of (?) land in Sandon (Millfields).

 

1 Oct 1638

D517/2/3/39

Bond, Richard Archer of Sandon to Nicholas Miller of same to keep covenants on indentures of same date.

 

26 Jun 1688

D517/2/3/40

Release, Mary Miller, widow of Nicholas Miller to Jane Miller, widow of Franklyn Miller from all manner of actions etc which she had against Jane by reason of the personal estates of Nocholas Franklyn.

 

17 Dec 1730

D517/2/3/41

Release, Edmond Lincolne of Sandon to Rt Hon Sir Julius Adelmare als Caeser of a close in Sandon.

 

1613

D517/2/3/42

Lease, William Franklyn of Grays Inn to John Tompson of Wollington, Herts of Hide Hall with appurtenances in Sandon, Herts

 

3 Nov 1658

D517/2/3/43

Promissory Note, Richard Archer of Sandon to Sir Nicholas Miller and Dame Mary, his wife to pay rent for a farm at Millend.

 

20 Feb 1692

D517/2/3/44

Writs of Entry, Edward Waterhouse esq John Hall gent against William Franklyn into two messuages and lands in Sandon.

 

29 Apr 1657

D517/2/3/45

Marriage Settlement, Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley of 1st part, Rt Hon Georgiana Lady Dowager Middleton of 2nd part, James Mansfield Chadwick of 3rd part for land in Hyde Hall, Sandon to make a jointure and bar the dower of Lady Middleton, his inteded wife, on the estates of Edward Miller Mundy.

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/2/3/46

Settlement, Rt Hon Sir Adelmare to Henry Adelmare DD and William Grant of the manor of Lynwood, Lincs and the manor of Sandon, Herts, in trust for Sir John Caeser.

 

15 Nov 1616

D517/2/3/47

Will, Elizabeth Polhill of Sandon, Herts, spinster. Bequests.

 

17 Oct 1678

D517/2/3/48

Will, Elizabeth Dipford of Sandon, Herts, widow (sister of Nicholas Miller). Bequests.

 

11 Jun 1679

D517/2/3/49

Will, William Franklyn of Grays Inn. Bequests, including lands at Sandon, Herts.

 

27 Oct 1660

D517/2/3/50

Bond, John Adelmare als Caeser to William Franklyn of Grays Inn to keep covenants in indentures of same date.

 

2 Oct 1659

D517/2/4/1

Conveyance, Mary Johnson of Wrootham, Kent and Thomas Johnson of Offham, Kent to Elizabeth Johnson of Wrootham, spinster, of a piece of land in Wrootham.

 

1 Mar 1660

D517/2/4/2

Assignment, Rt Hon Georgiana Lady Dowages Middleton widow of 1st part, Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley of 2nd part, and Rt Hon Richard Lord Howe and James Mansfield of Chadwick, brother of Lady Georgiana of 3rd part of a principal sum of £400 on an estate at Chiselhurst, Kent.

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/2/4/3

Abstract of Title to property in Greenwich and Sandon, Herts 1665-1749

 

1749

D517/2/4/4

Lease and assignment of mortgage, Rt Hon Georgiana, Lady Dowager Middleton to Rt Hon Richd Lord Viscount Howe and James Mansfield Chadwick on messuages etc in Chiselhurst and Pauls Gray.

 

6-7 Jun 1788

D517/2/4/5

Mortgage, Nicholas Tooke of Stone next Dartford, Kent to Edward Nash of East Greenwich for a messuage in W Malling, Kent

 

10 Aug 1676

D517/2/4/6

Fyne of, Franklyn Miller and Arnold Warren quer William Norcliffe esq defendants of messuages and lands in Kent, Sussex, Hertfordshire, Bucks, Oxfords, Warwicks.

 

28 Oct 1732

D517/2/4/7

Will, David Polhill of Otteford, Kent. Bequests

 

27 Nov 1657

D517/2/4/8

Will, William Byng (at Oxford). Bequests, propoerties in East Greenwich

 

28 Sep 1654

D517/2/4/9

Will, Edward Nash of East Greenwich esq. Bequests, properties in East Greenwich.

 

14 Mar 1678

D517/2/4/10

Moses Helby of Sevenoke, Kent to Thomas Johnson of Offam, Kent to keep covenants in indentues of same date.

 

26 Jan 1665

D517/2/4/11

Copy of the last will and testament of Mrs Elizabeth Leche of Maidstone, Kent, died 17 May 1739.

 

1736-1737

D517/2/4/12

Inventory of property of Elizabeth Leche of Maidstone, Kent.

 

1739

D517/2/5/1

Settlement, Edward Butterworth of Chyesam, Lancs to Thomas Simon of Lughton, Essex and Elz his wife, sister & heir of Thomas Butterworth of Holt, Lancs decd of a dispute over diversion of Thomas Butterworth's estate in Lancs.

 

20 Aug 1558

D517/2/5/2

Release, Sir John Byron of Ryton, Lancs, Sir Peter Leigh of Lyme, co Ches, Sir Richard Assheton of Middleton, Lancs, John Moult of Stubley esq and Richd Assheton esq son of Sir Richd to James Butterworth of Lanthend, Lancs yeoman for a later payment of money.

 

24 Mar 1609

D517/2/5/3

Assignment of Lease, Robert Baye of Birchenlee, Lancs to James Collynge of Roweshill, Lancs of messuage in ratchdale, Lancs lease from Sir John Baron

 

16 Feb 1615

D517/2/5/4

Grant, Samuel Greare of Buersall, co Lancs, yeoman to William Greare and Garside his brother of two closes of land in Buersall

 

24 Oct 1611

D517/2/5/5

Grant, Samuel Greare of Buersall, Lancs, to William Greare of Garside his brother of two closes of land in Buersall

 

24 Oct 1611

D517/2/5/6

Grant - charter, Thomas Butterworth son of Edward to Ade Belfeld and Ralph Chetham gent of a close in Butterworth, Lancs.

 

9 Mar 1520

D517/2/5/7

Grant, Robert Boye of Birchenlee, Lancs to Jacob Collinge of Cowehill, Lancs of a messuage in Buersall, Lancs.

 

27 Feb 1615

D517/2/5/8

Quit claim, Robert Kaye of Birchenlee, Lancs to James Collinge of Cowehill in Oldham, Lancs, of interest on a messuage in Buerdsall

 

1 Mar 1615

D517/2/5/9

Covenant to levy a fine, Thomas Buckley the Elder of Little Haworth, Ratchdale, Lancs, gent and Elizabeth, his wife (daughter and heir of Nich Butterworth) to Samuel Hamer of Hamer, Lancs gent and Richd Scholefield of Shawe, Lancs of a moiety of a capital messuage in Butterworth, Lancs.

 

11 Feb 1685

D517/2/5/10

Mortgage, Gerard Scholefield of Scholefield, Lancs gent to William Butterworth of Little Haworth of a messuage - The Holt in Butterworth.

 

2 Aug 1625

D517/2/5/11

Bond, James Collinge of Oldham Lancs to Alexander Collinge of Birchenlee, Lancs to perform covenants in indentures of same date.

 

28 Feb 1622

D517/2/5/12

Bargain and Sale, James Collinge to Alexander Collinge of a messuage in Buerdsall.

 

28 Feb 1622

D517/2/5/13

Conveyance, Sir John Byron of Newstead, Notts, the elder, Sir John Byron the younger of Ryton, Lancs Knt son and heir apparent, Sir Peter Leigh of Lyme co Ches., Sir Richard Assheton of Middleton, Lancs, John Holt of Stubbhaye, Lancs and Richard Asheton son and heir of Sir Richard to James Butterworth, Savill Radcliffe of Todmorden, Lancs and Alexander Butterworth of Beckfield, Robert Heywood of Heywood, Lancs and Edmund Hasleworth of Clegge, Lancs of a messuage in Butterworth.

 

8 Mar 1608

D517/2/5/14

Conveyance, Alexander Colling of Birchenlee, Lancs to William Butterworth of Little Haworth, Lancs of a messuage in Butterworth.

 

21 Jun 1626

D517/2/5/15

Deed to relax proviso, Alex Collinge to William Butterworth - in deed No L14

 

18 Apr 1628

D517/2/5/16

Deed of covenant, Gervase Butterworth of Thesham, Bury, Lancs to Cuthbert Nolfielde of Nolfield, Rachedale, Lancs for messuages and lands in Holt, Homerfield, Butterworth and Spotland in Lancs purchased from Thomas Symon and Elizabeth, his wife, sister of Thomas Butterworth.

 

21 Feb 1560

D517/2/5/17

Conveyance, Edmund Butterworth of Castleton, Lancs to Michael Butterworth of Haworth, his brother of a capital messuage - Little Haworth and a messuage in Butterworth and another in Wardleworth - Buerdsall etc.

 

20 Apr 1636

D517/2/5/18a

Bond, John Whittike of Butterworth, Lancs and Ralph his son and heir appt to William Butterworth of same to keep covenants in indentures of same date.

 

11 Aug 1621

D517/2/5/18b

Memo of an agreement, Edward Buckley of Lancaster and Elizabeth Oliver of Bach, widow (his mother) re the sale of his estates the rent of such parts as remain unsold to be hers for life.

 

10 May 1797

D517/2/5/19

Fine, William Butterworth quer, Gerard Scolfield, gent, and Mary, his wife, def on a messuage etc in Butterworth.

 

29 Aug 1624

D517/2/6/1

Fine, Hill quer, Edward Mundy def on The Manor of Westhalton with appurtenances in West Halton, Bashill, Swindon and Long Preston.

 

1711

D517/2/6/2

Assignment, Rt Hon Georgiana Lady Dowager Middleton of 1st part, Edward Miller Mundy of 2nd part, and Rt Hon Richard Lord Viscount Howe and James Mansfield Chadwick of 3rd part of two principal sums upon the estate of Charles Chaplin esq in Wrangle, Lincs.

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/2/6/3

Marriage settlement William Dealtry of Gainsborough, Lincs of 1st part, Robert Dealtry of same and John Harrison of Lincoln of 2nd part and Anne Medley of Lincoln of 3rd part in consideration of marriage between William and Anne settlement of the Lordship of Harwick and a messuage in Gainsborough.

 

19 Jul 1729

D517/2/6/4

Assignment, Rt Hon Georgiana Lady Dowager Middleton of 1st part, Edward Miller Mundy of 2nd part, Rt Hon Richard, Lord Viscount Howe and James Mansfield Chadwick of 3rd part of a principal sum of £10000 on a messuages and lands in Holbeach, Lincs.

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/2/7/1

William Rutter, gent quer, Thomas Gant, gent def and Elz, his wife daughter & heir of John Wallowe def 4 messuages and land in Stepney.

 

1563

D517/2/7/2

Assignment of Lease, Geo Nash citizen and merchant tailor of London to John Hayman citizen and merchant tailor of London of a messuage in Stepney.

 

25 Apr 1628

D517/2/7/3

Intention of a Recovery, Paul Baynes, Clerk to Henry Gorringe of Horsham, Sussex of six messuages etc in Stepney.

 

10 Jun 1607

D517/2/7/4

Affidavit, Thomas Colwell, escheaton re a claim to an estate in Stepney by Henry and Christopher Hargrave of London after the death of Henry Baines

 

31 Oct 1596

D517/2/7/5

Quit claim, Edmund Cotton of Clavering, Essex to Henry Bane citizen and merchant tailor of London of messuages etc in Stepney.

 

10 May 1586

D517/2/7/6

Samuel Prindon of London, gent to Hugh Hubber of London - a messuage in parish of St Sepulchre, London.

 

2 Jun 1638

D517/2/7/7

Bargain and Sale, Edmund Cotton of Clavening, Essex, gent and Lettice, his wife to Henry Bane citizen and merchant tailor of London Shops etc in Stepney.

 

27 May 1584

D517/2/7/8

Discharge, Master and Warden of the Merchant Tailors of London to Edward Nash, citizen and merchant tailor of London exec of George Nash deceased for £40 bequeathed by George Nash for benefit of poor brethren of Guild.

 

10 Dec 1658

D517/2/7/9

Conveyance, Paul Bayn of University of Cambridge, clerk to Edmund Cordell, citizen and skinner of London, six tenements in Stepney.

 

28 Jun 1615

D517/2/7/10

Receipt, Henry Hudson to George Nash for £700 in full purchase of term and interest in two leases of lands in Smithfield.

 

25 Nov 1648

D517/2/7/11

Grant, Thomas Vyner Alderman and X of the Sheriff of London and Henry Hudson to George Nash of London of a house in West Smithfield the maintenance of Emmanuel College at a rent of £8 pa.

 

25 Nov 1648

D517/2/7/12

Quitclaim, Vincent Norrington of London, grocer to Nicholas Fuller of Grays Inn of a moiety of a messuage on Smithfield.

 

30 Apr 1587

D517/2/7/13

Uses of a recovery, Paul Baynes, clerk to Henry Gorringe of Horsham, Sussex for six messuages etc in Stepney to use of Paul Baynes.

 

10 Jun 1607

D517/2/7/14

Conveyance, Thomas Gent of Hockynge, Essex, Elizabeth, his wife, and of John Swallow to William Rutter of Clavering of messuages in Stepney.

 

20 Nov 1563

D517/2/7/15

Grant byThomas Butcher and Henry Tamer of London to John Swallow of London and Ann, his wife of four messuages in Stepney

 

14 Sep 1548

D517/2/7/16

Agreement, Thomas Gent of Middle Temple to Henry Bane of London re the sale by Edmund Cotton of lands etc in Stepney which included conditions to be relaxed.

 

30 May 1582

D517/2/7/17

Release, Edmund Cotton son and heir of Robt Cotton of Clavering, Essex to Henry Bane and Elizabeth, his wife of four messuages in Stepney.

 

29 May 1584

D517/2/7/18

Precept, Lord of the Manor of Stepney John Wicker esq for seven customary tenants to repair messuages etc of Joseph da Costa and Gabriel Long.

 

3 Apr 1733

D517/2/7/19

Lease, Henry Hudson exec of Robert Hudson and Elizabeth Sandall widow and executor of her late husband James Bandall to George Nash of London for lands etc in London.

 

25 Nov 1648

D517/2/7/20

Recognizance, Edmund Cotton son of Robt Cotton of Clavering, Essex, Harry Bane of London to keep covenants on indentures of same dates re bargain and sale of shops in Stepney.

 

30 May 1584

D517/2/7/21

Will, George Nash of London. Bequests including gifts to poor of London Parishes, and to hospitals also to Company of Merchants Taylors

 

7 Apr 1657

D517/2/7/22

Release, Thomas Dawney and Susan, his wife to Edward Nash for £200 bequeathed to Elizabeth Dawney his daughter, grandchild of George Nash - who died aged 6 yrs under will of George Nash.

 

30 Aug 1659

D517/2/7/23

Conveyance, Sara Fuller of Chamberhouse, Berks, widow, mother and executrix of Daniel Fuller deceased to Samuel Pindar of London, gent of a moiety of messuages etc in W Smithfield and St Sepulchres, London.

 

22 Oct 1638

D517/2/8/1

Release, Thomas Davison Bland of Kippax Park, Yorks, Henry Galby Knight of Langold Yorks and Barwell Browne of Priteman Sq, Midsx of 1st part, Catherine Mundy of Fulham, widow of 2nd part and Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley esq of 3rd part of a messuage on Montagn Square, Middlesex settled on a marriage of Edward Miller Mundy to Catherine Barwell widow - for the sum of £3543

 

18 Sep 1823

D517/2/9/1

Assignment, Rt Hon Georgiana Lady Dowager Middleton of 1st part, Edward Miller Mundy of 2nd part, Rt Hon Richd Lord Viscount Howe and James Mansfeld Chadwicke of 3rd part of a principal sum of £20000 secured by the Manor of Wall Poole, Norfolk.

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/2/10/1

Release, Rt Hon Thomas Lord Middleton to Hon Rothwell Willoughby his third son of messuages etc in Husley in parish of Harworth, Notts.

 

30 Nov 1725

D517/2/10/2

Assignment of a Life Rent Charge, Rt Hon Georgiana Lady Dowager Middleton of 1st part, Edward Miller Mundy of 2nd part, Rt Hon Richd Lord Viscount Howe and James Mansfield Chadwick of 3rd part for the Manor of West Leake, Notts

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/2/10/3

Will, Thomas, Lord Middleton of Wollaton, Notts. Bequests, no detail of real estate.

 

28 Jun 1775

D517/2/10/4

Marriage settlement, Rt Hon Thomas Lord Middleton and Lady Georgiana of 1st part, John Musters of Colwick, Notts and Atkinson Holden of Newark of 2nd part and John Whetham of Kirklington, Notts and James Mansfield Chadwicke (brother of Georgiana) of 3rd part and James Page of Middleton, Oxon and Robert Holden (above) of 4th part. Settlement of the Honour of Peverel in Cos Notts and Derbys Wollaton Hall, advowson of Woolaton, manors in Notts manors of Middleton and Hartley in Wks, manors of Stapleford and Carlton, Lincs

 

20 Jun 1775

D517/2/10/5

Lease for a year, The Hon Thomas Willoughby to William Welby of Middle Temple of the Manor of Little Leake (West Leake) Notts.

 

28 Mar 1770

D517/2/10/6

Marriage Settlement. Settlement of £30000 4% Cons Bank Annuities on marriage of Hon Thomas Willoughby and Georgiana Chadwicke - the Manor of Little Leake.

 

29 Mar 1770

D517/2/10/7

Release leading to uses of a recovery, Hon Thomas Willoughby of 1st part Georgiana Chadwicke of Little Leake of 2nd part, William Welby of 3rd part, Godfrey Bagnall Clarke of Sutton Derbys of 4th part, John Sutton of Norwood, Notts and Frances Page of Aston, Oxon of 5th part and settlement of the Manor of Little Leake on marriage of Thomas and Georgiana.

 

29 mar 1770

D517/2/10/8

Recovery, Godfrey Bagnall Clarke Demandt, William Welby, gent Tenant, Thomas Willoughby Vouchee of the Manor of Little Leake, Notts.

 

1770

D517/2/10/9

Recovery, John Lancaster, gent demandt Henry Wilmot esq tenant, Edward Miller Mundy and Frances, his wife, Henrietta Meynell, spinster and Thomas Davison and Ann, his wife of sixteen messuages and lands in Beckingham, Notts.

 

1777

D517/2/10/10

Power of attorney, Robert Willoughby jumior at Sens France to Robert Willoughby of Wick, Somerset to make agreements etc touching the Aspley estate, Notts.

 

16 Jun 1792

D517/2/11/1

Lease, John Buxton of Ashbourne to John Hill of Over Mansfield, Staffs of land in Over Mathfield.

 

25 Feb 1675

D517/2/11/2

Conveyance, Robert Healde of Baylisses Closes in Longford, yeoman to Thomas Hill son of John Hill of Over Mathfield, Staffs, yeoman of land in Over Mathfield, Staffs.

 

29 Mar 1651

D517/2/11/3

Feoffment, Nicholas Hurte of Blone, Staffs, gent and Thomas his son and heir appt to Richard Wood of Over Mathfield, Staffs.

 

15 Apr 1615

D517/2/11/4

Lease, Richard Wood of Mathfield co Staffs to Nicholas Wood of same innkeeper of a messuage in Over Mathfield, Staffs for 15 years.

 

17 May 1652

D517/2/11/5

Lease, Philip Eyton of Over Mathfield, Staffs, gent to John Hill of same, yeoman of a close "The Holme" in Over Mathfield for 4 years.

 

14 Sep 1624

D517/2/11/6

Notes on a feoffment dated 1 Sep 1649 Nicholas Wood enfeoffes to John Hey and William Buxton a croft in Mathfield, Staffs.

after 1649

[c1650-c1700]

D517/2/11/7

Lease, William Buxton of Middle Mathfield, Staffs, yeoman and John Hey of Hartington, co Derby mercer to Nicholas Wood of Over Mathfield, Staffs, yeoman and Alice his wife of a half part of a messuage conveyed to them by Nicholas - in Over Mathfield for lives of Nicholas and Alice

 

1 Sep 1649

D517/2/11/8

Discharge, Thomas Hill of Over Mathfield, Staffs, yeoman to Gilbert Mundy of Allestree for £300 consideration money mentioned in indentures of same date between Thomas Hill, John Hill of Over Mayfield, and Samuel Hill of Derby, ironmonger and Gilbert Mundy

 

22 Jan 1686

D517/2/11/9

Bond, Thomas Hill of Over Mathfield to Samuel Dalton of Inner Temple to keep covenants on indentures of same date.

 

27 Oct 1687

D517/2/11/10

Feoffment, Nicholas Wood of Over Mathfield to William Buxton of Middle Mathfield and John Hey of Hartington of a messuage in Over Mathfield.

 

1 Sep 1649

D517/2/11/11

Marriage Settlement, Nocholas Wood to William Buxton and John Hey. In consideration of a marriage already solemnized between Richard Wood, son and heir of Nicholas, and Ann, daughter of James Hey of Sutton, Cheshire, settlement of a meesuage in Over Mathfield

 

1 Sep 1649

D517/2/11/12

Conveyance, Philip Eyton of Over Mathfield, gent to John Hill of same, yeoman of a close - 'Middle Field' in Over Mathfield.

 

2 May 1629

D517/2/11/13

Mortgage, John Hill of Over Mathfield to John Hawkesworth of Osmaston, co Derby, gent of lands in Over Mathfield.

 

14 Jan 1669

D517/2/11/14

Mortgage- draft, Gilbert Mundy of Allestree, gent to John Hill of Over Mathfield re the bargain and sale of lands in Over Mathfield by John Hill to G Mundy 20 Jan.

 

 

D517/2/11/15

Feoffment, Nicholas Hurte of Blore, Thomas, his sonand heir appt to John Hill of a plot of land in Over Mathfield.

 

11 Apr 1615

D517/2/11/16

Grant, Nicholas Wood, his second son of a half part of a messuage etc in Over Mathfield.

 

2 Sep 1646

D517/2/11/17

Conveyance, Anne Wood of Wirksworth, widow to John Buxton of Ashbourne, gent of a messuage in Over Mathfield.

 

18 Feb 1676

D517/2/11/18

Lease, Ralph Eaton of Upper Mathfield, gent to John Hill of Over Mathfield, yeoman of a moiety of "The Holme" in Over Mathfield foe 9 years.

 

11 Oct 1620

D517/2/11/19

Release, Philip Eyton of Mathfield gent to John Hill of same of £13-6-8 for purchase of the Middle Field and another close - The Holme in Over Mathfield

 

Jun 1629

D517/2/11/20

Receipt, Thomas Hill of Over Mathfield to Gilbert Mundy of Allestree for purchase money for a little close in Upper Mathfield.

 

5 May 1691

D517/2/11/21

Bond, Ralph Eyton of Over Mathfield, Philip Eyton, his and heir appt, Ralph, Thomas, Wm, his younger sons to Thomas Hill of same to keep covenants in indentures of same date.

 

18 May 1620

D517/2/11/22

Assignment of mortgage, John Nickells of Wolverhampton of 1st part, Richard Hawkesford of Birmingham and Anne, his wife, Edward Walton of Alcaster, Wks and Frances, his wife, Joseph Mantell of Birmingham and Catherine, his wife, Ken Baddiley of Birmingham and Sarah, his wife, and Mountford Clarkson of Walsall, gent of 2nd part, Charles Magans of Birmingham of 3rd part and Rt Hon Francis Lord Middleton of Middleton Wks of 4th part of the Manor of Mutchall, co Staffs.

 

1 Sep 1737

D517/2/11/23

Lease, Ralph Eyton of Over Mathfield, Staffs, gent, Anne, his wife, and Philip his son and heir, and Thomas and Wm, his younger sons to Thomas Hall of Over Mathfield of a close in Over Mathfield for 21 years

 

8 May 1620

D517/2/11/24

Assignment and mortgage, Edward Mundy of Plaistow, Essex, gent to Richard Welles of Middlewich, Cheshire, gent of a messuage in Leek, Staffs.

 

14 Jul 1692

D517/2/11/25

Covenant to levy a fine, John Hill of Over Mathfield, Staffs and Philip Eyton of same and Lucy, his wife of 1st part William Prince of Marston Montgomerie, yeoman and John Lowe of same, yeoman of 2nd part and Richard Milward and Robert Webster of 3rd part on two closes in Over Mathfield to use of William Prince.

 

1 May 1629

D517/2/11/26

Conveyance, Philip Eyton of Over Mathfield, gent to John Hill of same, yeoman of a close called The Holme in Over Mathfield

 

12 Mar 1624

D517/2/11/27

Conveyance, William Slater the Elder of Comston, tanner and Margaret, his wife, Simon Malkin the Younger to Ellen Osborne of Ashbourne of a messuage in Over Mathfield

 

 

D517/2/11/28

Declaration of change of use, Nicholas Hurte of Blore, Staffs of a messuage etc in Over Mathfield conveyed Francis Fitzherbert of Tissington, John Beresford pf Newton Grange, George Jackson of Ashbourne and Thomas Leving of Tissington

 

14 Mar 1614

D517/2/11/29

[Number not used]

 

 

D517/2/11/30

Mortgage, Thomas Hill the Younger of Over Mathfield to Thomas Hill the Elder of same on a close in Over Mathfield

 

3 Jun 1665

D517/2/11/31

Lease, Thomas Webster of Ashbourne yeoman to Philip Eaton of Over Mathfield of the Holme in Over Mathfield for 99 years.

 

10 Feb 1624

D517/2/11/32

Lease, Ann Hood of Wirksworth, widow to John Buxton of Ashbourne of a messuage in Over Mathfield for six months.

 

 

D517/2/11/33

Quitclaim, Roger Hurte, citizen and grocer of London to Thomas Hill of Over Mathfield of estate, right, title etc on land in Over Mathfield, Staffs

 

1 Jun 1616

D517/2/11/34

Lease, Gilbert Mundy of Allestree esq to Thomas Bagnold of Loxley, Staffs of a messuage in Over Elkstone in parish of Alstonfield, Staffs for 10 years.

 

10 Apr 1707

D517/2/11/35

Lease for a year, Gilbert Mundy of Allestree, William Mundy of Markeaton and Edward Mundy of same to John Musters of Colwicke, Notts and Henry Gilbert of Lockoe of a capital messuage in Bradnope, Staffs.

 

12 Apr 1682

D517/2/11/36

Bond, Phillip Eaton to Thomas Webster to keep covenants in indentures of same date.

 

10 Feb 1624

D517/2/11/37

Lease, Roger Eaton of Mathfield to Thomas Buxton of Prestwood, Staffs of several messuages and lands in Staffs for 40 years

 

30 Apr 1611

D517/2/11/38

Bond, Thomas Hill of Over Mathfield, Staffs to Gilbert Mundy to keep covenants in indentures of same date.

 

10 Apr 1686

D517/2/11/39

[Number not used]

 

 

D517/2/11/40

Discharge, Thomas Hill of Over Mayfield to Samuel Dalton for £120 consideration money on indentures of same date.

 

21 Sep 1687

D517/2/11/41

Feoffment, Nicholas Hurte of Blore and Thomas Hurte, his son and heir to Thomas Hill of Over Mathfield of closes in Over Mathfield

 

30 Jul 1614

D517/2/11/42

Discharge, John Hill of Southwark to Gilbert Mundy for £500 purchase money for lands in Staffs and Derbyshire.

 

28 Oct 1692

D517/2/11/43

Lease, Phillip Eaton to Thomas Webster of Ashbourne "The Holme" in Over Mathfield for 99 years.

 

10 Feb 1624

D517/2/11/44

Conveyance, Richard Lewis of Derby, gent to Gilbert Mundy of a messuage etc at The Hall in Elkeston, Alstonfield.

 

5 May 1682

D517/2/11/45

Receipt, Thomas Hill of Over Mathfield, Staffs and John Hill of same to Gilbert Mundy of Allestree for £120 purchase money on indentures.

 

29 Jan 1687

D517/2/11/46

Receipt, John Hill of Over Mathfield to Gilbert Mundy for £600 consideration money on indentures of same date.

 

20 Jan 1686

D517/2/11/47

Bond, Phillip Eaton to John Hill to give peaceful seison of a piece of meadow - Eaton Holme in Over Mathfield for 6 years.

 

22 Oct 1624

D517/2/11/48

Bond, Anne Hood of Wirksworth to John Buxton of Ashbourne to keep covenants on indenture of Release of same date.

 

18 Feb 1675

D517/2/11/49

Request John Hill to Gilbert Mundy for £20 to be paid to John Harrison, 29 Oct

 

 

D517/2/11/50

Bond, John Hill and Thomas Hill and George Hill and John Harrison of Ashbourne to Gilbert Mundy to keep covenants on indentures of same date.

 

29 Jan 1686

D517/2/11/51

Bond, Thomas Hill and John Hill to Gilbert Mundy to keep covenants on indentures of same date

 

29 Jan 1686

D517/2/11/52

Receipt, Thomas Hill of Over Mathfield to Gilbert Mundy for £50 consideration money on indentures of same date.

 

10 Apr 1686

D517/2/11/53

Bond, Phillip Eyton to John Hill to keep covenants on indentures of same date.

 

May 1629

D517/2/11/54

Bond, Robert Healde of Bayley Closes, Longford, yeoman and Lawrence Cliffe of same to Thomas Hill and John Hill of Over Mathfield to keep covenants on indentures of same date.

 

29 Mar 1651

D517/2/11/55

Will, Richard Woode of Upper Mathfield, Staffs, yeoman. Bequests.

 

2 Aug 1622

D517/2/11/56

Bond, Adam Wood of Ausley, Staffs tailor to Nicholas Wood of Over Mathfield to keep covenants on indentures of same date.

 

24 Jun 1626

D517/2/12/1

Assignment, William Barnes of Shelton, Worcs, esq to Thomas Underhill of Loxley, Wks, esq of a half part of the Manor of Loxley for remainer of a term of 99 years.

 

11 Mar 1637

D517/2/12/2

Conveyanvce, Thomas Underhill of Loxley, Wks and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas, son and heir appt of 1st part Frances Clarke of Briergate, Kent, Robert Standard of Shipton, Oxon, Thomas Gilbert of Stretton Ashton, Wks and William Evans of Martclive, Wks of 2nd part, Mark Printer of Cockerington, Wks, gent and Elizabeth, his wife of the manor of Loxley, Wks.

 

1 Feb 1653

D517/2/12/3

Deed of gift by Dame Mary Forster, widow of Sir Reginald Forster, of Loxley and lands to her daughter Jane Miller, wife of Franklyn Miller.

 

30 Jan 1688

D517/2/12/4

Deed of covenant by Mark Parker of Loxley to pay several sums of money to his sons Simon, Mark, Walter and Woodchurch Parker.

 

1 Feb 1664

D517/2/12/5

Conveyance, Ludovic Grevytt of Mylcote, Wks and Thomasin, his wife to William Underhill of Newbold Revett, Warwicks of the Manor of Loxley

 

1 May 1568

D517/2/12/6

Assisgnment of lease, Joan Staunton of Warkwick, widow, Samuel Perkins of Oldberry and Marie, his wife, Henry Moorcott of Tachbrook, gent, and Henry Moorcott, his son and heir appt to Richard Dalbie of Brockhampton Wks and Thomas Underhill of Lamcott, Wks of a half part of a capital messuage in Loxley for remainder of 99 years

 

3 Oct 1629

D517/2/12/7

Mortgage, Sir Siom Clarke of Broome, Wks to Thomas Underhill of Loxley of the Manor of Loxley for 1000 years.

 

21 Aug 1637

D517/2/12/8

Assignment of lease, William Ewins of Montcleere, Wks, Mark Parker the elder of Loxley and Elizabeth, his wife, John Parker, their son and heir appt, Richard Neare of London, merchant, Ann, his wife (daughter of Mark), Simon, Mark, Elizabeth, Woodchurch and Walter, children of Mark to Thomas Danny of London, Ken, Amy of same and Edward Nashe of Greenwich of the Manor of Loxley for remainder of 100 years.

 

17 Nov 1664

D517/2/12/9

Deed of inheritance, Thomas Underhill of Loxley and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas, their son and heir apparent to Mark Parker of Cockerington, Wks and Elizabeth, his wife of the Manor of Loxley

 

1 Feb 1653

D517/2/12/10

Settlement, Edward Nashe to children and heirs of Mark Parker for various payments from the sale of Loxley Manor- receipts included.

 

4 May 1665

D517/2/12/11

Lease, Mark Parker of Stratford on Avon and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Ewins of Montcleare, Wks to William Pratt of Loxley of a messuage in Loxley for 61 years

 

22 Jan 1663

D517/2/12/12

Assignment of lease, Thomas Townsend of Alveston, Wks and Marke Parker of Loxley to Daniel Colwell of London and Edward Nashe of Greenwich of a messuage and lands in Loxley for remainder of a term of 60 years.

 

1 Mar 1664

D517/2/12/13

Confirmation of Lease, William Murcott of Shuckburgh, Wks, Henry Murcott the elder of Tachbrook and Henry, his son and heir appt to William Barnes of Tollton and Thom Underhill of Lamcott of a half part of the capital messuage called Clarkes Farm for 99 years.

 

3 Oct 1630

D517/2/12/14

Bill of Complaint, John Hopper of Loxley vs Foster and others re lands in Loxley.

 

4 Jul 1690

D517/2/12/15

Feoffment, John Hopper of Loxley to Franklyn Miller of Loxley and Jane, his wife of an inclosure of land in Loxley

 

30 Oct 1693

D517/2/12/16

Bargain and sale, Thomas Dawny of London, Henry Amy of same to Edward Nashe of Greenwich of the Manor of Loxley for 968 years

 

19 Sep 1668

D517/2/12/17

Conveyance, Anthony Daston of Warmington, Gloucs to Thomas Underhill of Loxley of the Manor of Loxley for the remainder of a term of 2000 years

 

11 Mar 1636

D517/2/12/18

Lease for a year, Dorothy Birkhead of Holborne, widow of 1st part, John Hardisty of Furnivals Inn of 2nd part and Sir Reginald Foster of Loxley and Franklyn Miller and Jane, his wife, of 3rd part a moiety of Loxley Farme

 

2 Jul 1689

D517/2/12/19

Marriage settlement, Bartholomew Clarke of Loxley to John Eden of Loxley and Paul Aylsworth of Willesbourne in consideration of messuage between Bartholomew and Johane, his wife - settlement of a messuage and land in Loxley

 

20 Oct 1613

D517/2/12/20

Release, Mark Parker ( son of Mark and Elizabeth decd) to Edward Nash for £100 raised out of Manor of Loxley

 

25 May 1665

D517/2/12/21

Orders. Orders agreed upon by the inhabitants of Loxley - hedging - no cattle on The Green - pasturing of cattle and sheep etc.

 

1662

D517/2/12/22

Agreement, Edward Nash and George Francis - a farm in Loxley let to Francis at a rent of £80 - rent to settle difference between them.

 

12 Nov 1667

D517/2/12/23

Lease - copy, Edward Nashto George Francis of Loxley of a farm in Loxley.

 

12 Nov 1667

D517/2/12/24

Receipt, George Parker of Spernal, Wks to Edward Nash for £100 for Woodchurch and Walter, sons of his brother, Mark decd, out of the Manor of Loxley

 

25 May 1665

D517/2/12/25

Note for £100 loan, Mark Parker of Loxley and Elizabeth, his wife, William Ewins of Montclire (trustee for Elizabeth) to John Francis of Willsbarne George Frances who holds a farm in Loxley at a rent of £100 to pay to John Frances £100 lent to Parkers.

 

20 Mar 1664

D517/2/12/26

Release, Walter Parker of Redditch, co Worcs, (administrator of Woodchurch Parker decd) to Edward Nash and Henry Amy, The Manor of Loxley in trust.

 

10 Jan 1672

D517/2/12/27

Receipt, Simon Parker to Edward Nashe for £100 out of the Manor of Loxley.

 

25 May 1665

D517/2/12/28

Agreement, freeholders of Loxley re the management of the town lands all sign.

 

30 Dec 1668

D517/2/12/29

Memorandum that an indenture granting Croft Farm to Thomas Dawny and Henry Amy for 972 years by William Ewins is in escrow till Edward Nash pays £1094 purchase money, 17 Nov

 

 

D517/2/12/30

Agreement, Sam Tyler, Edward Greene and John Hopper and Edward Nash on a survey of The Lowe in Loxley

 

15 Mar 1670

D517/2/12/31

Receipt, Sir Reginald Forster of Loxley to Robert Moore of Egham for £400.

 

16 Nov 1686

D517/2/12/32

[Number not used]

 

 

D517/2/12/33

Articles of agreement, Edward Nash and John Hopper of Loxley and John Bissill, vicar of Loxley re certain inclosures in Loxley.

 

4 Oct 1660

D517/2/12/34

Judgement, The Keepers of the Liberty of England to Thomas Underhill and William Colemore re the Manor of Loxley with a computation of rents and interest to be paid.

 

10 Jul 1652

D517/2/12/35

Power of attorney, Elizabeth Parker, wife of Mark Parker of Loxley, appoints John Parker, her eldest son, to take the rents and profits of the Rectory of Temle Grafton and Hilburrowe, Wks.

 

1 Mar 1665

D517/2/12/36

Assignment of lease, Richard Dalbie of Brockhampton, Wks to Thomas Underhill of Loxley, Wks for a capital messuage - Crofter Farm in Loxley for remainder of 99 years.

 

11 Mar 1636

D517/2/12/37

Lease, Richard Edes of Wellesborne, Wks to Henry Murcott of Tachbrooke Mallory, Wks of a capital messuage in Loxley - Crofts Farm for 2000 years.

 

20 Mar 1626

D517/2/12/38

Conveyance, Edward Nash to John Hopper of Loxley, closes in Loxley

 

29 Sep 1671

D517/2/12/39

Mortgage, Thomas Underhill to Sir Simon Clarke the Manor of Loxley for 1000 years with list of relevant deeds attached.

 

21 Aug 1637

D517/2/12/40

Grant, Sir Symon Clarke to Francis Clarke of Bridgate, Kent, Robert Standard of Shipton, Oxfords, Thomas Gilbert of Street Aston, Wks, and William Ewins of Montcleere, Wks of The Manor of Loxley in trust for his daughter, Elizabeth, wife of Mark Parker and their children.

 

26 Aug 1640

D517/2/12/41

Notes on deeds relating to Loxley.

 

 

D517/2/12/42

Confirmation, Sir Symon Clarke to Frances Clarke, Robert Standard, Thomas Gilbert and William Ewins of the Manor of Loxley limited to 99 years.

 

18 Apr 1651

D517/2/12/43

Bond, Thomas Underhill to Sir Simon Clarke for £2040 re Loxley

 

9 Jun 1637

D517/2/12/44

Bil of Sale and assignment, Rt Hon Georgiana Dowager Lady Middleton and Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley to Rt Hon Richard Lord Viscount Howe and James Mansfield Chadwicke in consideration of marriage between Lady Georgiana and Edward Miller Mundy - all the household effects at Middleton and her house in Piccadilly.

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/2/12/45

Conveyance, Mark Parker of Loxley and Elizabeth, his wife, John Parker, their son and heir appt and Fulware Skipwith of Broome Court esq to Edward Nash of Greenwich and Edward Owen of Clifford Chambers, Gloucs, of a capital messuage in Loxley

 

15 Feb 1664

D517/2/12/46

Assignment, Mark Parker and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Ewins of 1st part, John Parker, son and heir appt of Mark of 2nd part, Edward Nash of 3rd part of the Manor of Loxley to John Parker for 1000 years.

 

10 Aug 1664

D517/2/12/47

Deed of redemisi, Sir Symon Clarke of Broome Court to Thomas Underhill of Loxley for the Manor of Loxley

 

21 Aug 1637

D517/2/12/48

Lease and assignment, Rt Hon Georgiana Lady Dowager Middleton of 1st part, Edward Miller Mundy of 2nd part, Rt Hon Richard Lord Viscount Howe and James Mansfield Chadwicke of 3rd part of the Manor of Middleton, Wks.

 

7 Jan 1788

D517/2/12/49

Assignment and Mortgage, Dorothy Birkhead of Holborn, London of 1st part, John Hardisty of Furnivals Inn of 2nd part and Sir Reginald Foster of Loxley, Franklyn Miller of Hide Hall, Herts and Jane, his wife, of 3rd part of a moiety messuages and lands in Loxley.

 

3 Jul 1689

D517/2/12/50

Feoffment, John Hopper of Loxley to Franklyn Miller same of a close in Loxley.

 

30 Oct 1693

D517/2/12/51

Appointment, Elizabeth Parker, wife of Mark Parker of her childrens portions out of the Manor of Loxley.

 

10 Jun 1664

D517/2/12/52

Conveyance, John Hopper of Loxley to Edward Nash of a parcel of land in Loxley.

 

29 Sep 1671

D517/2/12/53

Bond, John Hopper of Loxley to Franklyn Miller of same esq to perform covenants in feoffment of same date.

 

30 Oct 1693

D517/2/12/54

Receipt, John Hopper to Reginald Forster of Loxley for £2-7-0 half a year's rent for land in Loxley

 

9 Mar 1677

D517/2/12/55

Receipt, George Parker to Capt Edward Nash for £100 part of purchase money for Loxley - for use of his brother Mark.

 

6 May 1665

D517/2/13/1

Declaration of Trust, Rt Hon Francis Lord Middleton to Elizabeth Willoughby of Nottingham, spinster and Ann Cassandra Willoughby, spinster of messuages in Gaiton, in Holderness at Benningholme Grange, Holderness, Yorks purchased from William Constable in trust for the Willoughbys.

 

26 Jun 1756

D517/2/13/2

Verification to Registrar, Walter Gittons that he saw Edward Mundy and M Fanshaw of London, spinster, sign and seal an indenture concerning the Manor of West Halton, Yorks.

 

7 Dec 1716

D517/BOX

Box-listed records

Boxes 1-8, 11-12 and 14 are unlisted (see searchroom supervisor for interim list)

17th-20th cent

D517/BOX/1

Box 1 - Nutbrook Canal

Includes promotion of Act, construction, minutes, dividends.


For more detail see attached interim box list.

1789-1842

D517/BOX/1/Bdl

Nutbrook Canal bundles

 

1776-1824

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/1

Nutbrook Canal records

Abstract of Boat weighing account Jan 1805 & Sep 1816; Minutes and resolutions of meetings in respect to Gauging Vessels 28 Feb 1797 (multiple copies) & 18 Jan 1805; Abstract of monies made and received by Trent Navigation Company, 1 Apr 1813; Correspondence regarding Nutbrook Canal Company meeting and business with Burton Boat Co. and Trent Navigation, Mar to Jun 1801, and Nov 1804 to Feb 1806; Mr. Godfrey’s correspondence regarding Nutbrook Canal Co. business, Dec 1796 – Jun 1800; Account of the expense of building the Weigh Houses Weighing Boats, with list of the subscribers [undated]

1796-1816

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/2

Nutbrook Canal dividend papers

 

Jan 1789-Oct 1819

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/3

Nutbrook Canal Parliamentary Bills, with draft

A Bill for making and maintaining a navigable canal from the collieries at Shipley, in the County of Derby, to the Erewash Canal, on Stanton Heath, in the said County 32 Geo III, 1792; A Bill for making and maintaining a navigable canal from the collieries at Shipley and Westhallam, in the County of Derby, to the Erewash Canal, on Stanton Heath, in the said County 33 Geo III, 1793 (3 copies); Draft clauses concerning landowners effected by the collieries, [c.1792]

1792-1793

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/4

Nutbrook Canal Parliamentary Bills (duplicates) and related expenses

A Bill for making and maintaining a navigable canal from the collieries at Shipley, in the County of Derby, to the Erewash Canal, on Stanton Heath, in the said County 32 Geo III, 1792 (duplicate of Bill in bundle 3); Fees and expenses accounts regarding the Act for making and maintaining a navigable canal 1791-1793; correspondence, receipts, and contracts relating to work on the canal

1791-1793

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/5-14

Nutbrook Canal receipts

 

1795-1796

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/15

Nutbrook Canal accounts and correspondence regarding payments for lands

 

1795-1800

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/16

Nutbrook Canal Parliamentary Bills regarding progress

 

1792-1793

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/17

Nutbrook Canal correspondence regarding Proprietors’ meetings

 

1796

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/18

Nutbrook Canal Parliamentary Bills

A Bill for making and maintaining a navigable canal from the collieries at Shipley, in the County of Derby, to the Erewash Canal, on Stanton Heath, in the said County 32 Geo III, 1792 (Printed copy of document in Bundle 3; A Bill for making and maintaining a navigable canal from the collieries at Shipley and Westhallam, in the County of Derby, to the Erewash Canal, on Stanton Heath, in the said County 33 Geo III, 1793 (3 manuscript copies); and draft clauses

1792-1793

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/19

Nutbrook Canal records

Lists of land owners and occupiers, undated; consent of land owners and occupiers1791-1792; extracts form book of reference 1792 & undated; Nutbrook Canal bye-laws 1796 & undated; statements of accounts and receipts 1793-1824

1791-1824

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/20

Nutbrook Canal correspondence, estimates and receipts regarding construction

 

1792-1794

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/21

Nutbrook Canal papers

Papers from Proprietors’ draft minute book, including draft clauses, lists of land, agreement, proposals by the Earl of Stanhope, case notes, grant of two shares in the Nutbrook Canal Navigation to William Fillingham, Jun 1793

[c.1791-1793]

D517/BOX/1/Bdl/22

Nutbrook Canal Parliamentary Bills and related papers

Abstract of clauses of the of 33 Geo III, 1793 referring to the Nutbrook Canal (4 copies); Abstract of clauses in the Bill of 17 Geo III, 1776 referring to Erewash Canal; Rules, by-laws and orders made by the Cromford Canal Company and by the Nottingham Canal Company 1804 and 32 Geo III, 1792 respectively; Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal Navigation penalties 32 Geo III, 1792

1776-1804

D517/BOX/1/Vol

Nutbrook Canal volumes

 

1793-1842

D517/BOX/1/Vol/1

Minute book of the orders and proceedings of the Proprietors of the Nutbrook Canal

 

Jul 1793-Jun 1842

D517/BOX/1/Vol/2

Nutbrook Canal tonnage cash account book

 

Nov 1794-Jul 1796

D517/BOX/1/Vol/3

Nutbrook Canal general cash account book

 

Aug 1793-Jul 1796

D517/BOX/2

Box 2 - Nutbrook Canal

 

1793-1873

D517/BOX/2/Bdl

Nutbrook Canal bundles

 

1793-1871

D517/BOX/2/Bdl/1

Papers regarding the construction Shipley and Mapperley reservoirs

 

1819-1821

D517/BOX/2/Bdl/2

Nominations of proxies by the Proprietors of the Nutbrook Canal

 

1793-1852

D517/BOX/2/Bdl/3

Nutbrook Canal records

Papers and correspondence relating to: transfer of the Nutbrook Canal shares under the Will of the late Frederick Mundy, Apr 1846, and also of the late Edward Miller Mundy, May 1825; James Wood succeeding his father as Toll Collector, Oct 1846; Nutbrook Valley Railway, Jul 1846 – Jun 1847; Income and Property Tax, Feb – Apr 1846; receipts for tonnage and 55th general assembly of Proprietors, Oct 1846 – Jun 1847; and nominations of proxies by the Proprietors, Jun 1847

1825-1847

D517/BOX/2/Bdl/4-5

Correspondence regarding the running of Nutbrook Canal, 1830-1864 & 1866-1871

 

1830-1871

D517/BOX/2/Bdl/6

Legal papers concerning an escape of water at Limekiln Lock, with plans

 

1867-1871

D517/BOX/2/Bdl/7

Copy returns made to House of Commons of total share capital of Nutbrook Canal Co. & rate of dividend paid on 31 Mar 1858

With accompanying House of Commons correspondence

Mar 1855-May 1858

D517/BOX/2/Bdl/8

Nutbrook Canal list of Dividends ordered

 

Oct 1820-Oct 1837

D517/BOX/2/Bdl/9-11

Nutbrook Canal correspondence regarding dividends

1801-1810, 1811-1820, and 1821-1830

1801-1830

D517/BOX/2/Vol

Nutbrook Canal volumes

 

1793-1873

D517/BOX/2/Vol/1

Nutbrook Canal Co. Proprietors’ minute book

 

Jul 1793-Jul 1835

D517/BOX/2/Vol/2

Nutbrook Canal Proprietors’ account book

 

Oct 1827-Jun 1873

D517/BOX/2/Vol/3

Nutbrook Canal cash book

 

Jan 1821-Sep 1823

D517/BOX/2/Vol/4

Nutbrook Canal cash book

 

Oct 1865-Sep 1866

D517/BOX/2/Vol/5

Nutbrook Canal account book for monies paid for work done at the Limekiln Lock, and other work

 

Oct 1865-Mar 1867

D517/BOX/3

Box 3 - Nutbrook Canal

 

1793-1819

D517/BOX/3/Bdl

Nutbrook Canal bundles

 

1793-1819

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/1

Nutbrook Canal records

Includes letter regarding limestone cargos (1976), Receipts, notes and accounts regarding the Completion of the canal (1796), calculations of expenses incurred during the completion of the canal (25 March 1795), bills for work done to the canal principally the reservations (25 March 1795), summary of state of repair of canal path (15 Jan 1798), state of accounts (1794-1797)

1795-1797

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/2

Nutbrook Canal tonnages (1797), and receipts for contributions to the canal (1797-1798)

 

1797-1798

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/3

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1793-1797

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/4

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1798-1800

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/5

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1801-1803

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/6

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1804-1806

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/7

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1807

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/8

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1808-1813

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/9

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1811-1813

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/10

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1814-1816

D517/BOX/3/Bdl/11

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1817-1819

D517/BOX/4

Box 4 - Nutbrook Canal

 

1816-1828

D517/BOX/4/Bdl

Nutbrook Canal bundles

 

1820-1828

D517/BOX/4/Bdl/1

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1820-1822

D517/BOX/4/Bdl/2

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1822-1823

D517/BOX/4/Bdl/3

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses including salaries

 

1824-1825

D517/BOX/4/Bdl/4

Permits to navigate the Nutbrook Canal

 

1820

D517/BOX/4/Bdl/5

Permits to navigate the Nutbrook Canal

 

1821

D517/BOX/4/Bdl/6

Nutbrook Canal Check Accounts

 

1824

D517/BOX/4/Bdl/7

Nutbrook Canal Check Accounts

 

1825

D517/BOX/4/Bdl/8

Nutbrook Canal Check Accounts

 

1821-1823

D517/BOX/4/Vol

Nutbrook Canal volumes

 

1816-1828

D517/BOX/4/Vol/1

Nutbrook Canal Tonnage Account

 

1816-1825

D517/BOX/4/Vol/2

Nutbrook Canal Wages Account Book (no personal details contained)

 

1828-

D517/BOX/5

Box 5 - Nutbrook Canal

 

1822-1852

D517/BOX/5/Bdl

Nutbrook Canal bundles

 

1822-1852

D517/BOX/5/Bdl/1

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1822-1829), accounts of tonnage (1825-1829), letter from Edward Millar-Mundy to Clerk of Nutbrook Canal Proprietors regarding tonnages payable (1826)

1822-1829

D517/BOX/5/Bdl/2

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents and draft minutes of meetings of Committee of Proprietors

1827-1829

D517/BOX/5/Bdl/3

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents and draft minutes of meetings of Committee of Proprietors

1829-1831

D517/BOX/5/Bdl/4

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1831-1834), accounts of tonnage (1832-1984), notice appointing Edward Miller-Mundy proxy for canal Proprietors (1833), statements of accounts (1833-1834), draft minutes of meeting of Committee of Proprietors (1833)

1831-1843

D517/BOX/5/Bdl/5

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1834-1837), accounts of tonnage (1835-1837), draft minutes of Committee meeting (1836)

1834-1837

D517/BOX/5/Bdl/6

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1837-1841),Statements of account (1839-1841), tonnage accounts (1838-1841), draft minutes of meetings Committee of Proprietors (1839-1841), correspondence including letters from Richard Birch, collector of tonnage, regarding repairs to his house (1831), letter from Samuel Birch to the company regarding the death of his father Richard Birch (1839)

1831-1841

D517/BOX/5/Bdl/7

Nutbrook Canal dividend receipts

 

1838-1852

D517/BOX/5/Bdl/8

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1841-1844), accounts of tonnage (1841-1844), statements of account (1841-1844), dividend receipts (1841-1842), draft minutes of meetings of Proprietors (1843-1844), memorandum of state of repair of the Nutbrook canal (n.d), certificate of Formal Registration of the Nutbrook Canal Company (1845), notice of appointment of Edward Miller-Mundy proxy for John Ray, Proprietor (n.d)

1841-1845

D517/BOX/6

Box 6 - Nutbrook Canal

 

1838-1871

D517/BOX/6/Bdl

Nutbrook Canal bundles

 

1838-1871

D517/BOX/6/Bdl/1

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1844-1848), accounts of tonnage (1845-1848), statements of account (1845-1848), notice of First Assessment under Property & Income Tax Act (1845), draft minutes of meetings of Committee of Proprietors (1845-1848)

1844-1848

D517/BOX/6/Bdl/2

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1848-1851), statements of account (1848-1851), accounts of tonnage (1848-1851), draft minutes of meetings of Committee of Proprietors (1849-1851) Report of Rental (1849), draft minutes of General Annual Meeting (1848)

1848-1851

D517/BOX/6/Bdl/3

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1851-1855), statements of account (1852-1855), accounts of tonnage (1852-1855), draft minutes of meetings of Committee of Proprietors (1852-1857), boat weighing account (1852), letter from Sir H S Wilmot, Bart, to the company re supply of water to the canal (1855), report by John Thomas Woodhouse re increasing water supply to the canal (1855)

1851-1857

D517/BOX/6/Bdl/4

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1855-1858) draft minutes of meetings of Committee of Proprietors (1838-1857), statements of account (1856-1858), accounts of tonnage (1856-1858)

1838-1855

D517/BOX/6/Bdl/5

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1858-1861), statements of account 1859-1861), accounts of tonnage (1859-1861)

1858-1861

D517/BOX/6/Bdl/6

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1861-1865), accounts of tonnage (1862-1865), statements of account (1862-1865)

1861-1865

D517/BOX/6/Bdl/7

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents, accounts of tonnage, statements of account

1865-1869

D517/BOX/6/Bdl/8

Nutbrook Canal receipts of expenses

Including salaries and rents (1869-1871), accounts of tonnage (1870-1871), papers re the Butterley Co. v The Nutbrook Canal Co. and damage to ironstone pits (1870), dividend receipts for shares in Nutbrook Canal Co. (1854-1866)

1854-1871

D517/BOX/7

Box 7 - Nutbrook Canal

 

1834-1898

D517/BOX/7/Bdl

Nutbrook Canal bundles

 

1834-1898

D517/BOX/7/Bdl/1

Minutes of meetings of the Committee of Proprietors of the Nutbrook Canal Company, as well as some general and half-yearly meetings

1834, [c1830s] and 1859-1872

1834-1872

D517/BOX/7/Bdl/2

Nutbrook Canal financial papers

Including Quarterly statement of accounts to 31 Mar 1895, and half-yearly statements of accounts 30 Jun and 31 Dec 1895; statements of receipts and payments for years ending Michaelmas 1887-1894; summary of receipts and payments years ending Michaelmas 1888-1994; list of various rate payments to unions traversed by canal

1874-1895

D517/BOX/7/Bdl/3

Papers re government regulation of canals

Including parliamentary bill for the Registration and Regulation of Canal Boats used as Dwellings, May 1877 (Printed) with related papers; Boiler Explosions Act, 45 and 46 Vic ch 22, 1882 (Printed); Circulars from the Board of Trade re regulation of canals and changes introduced by legislation, e.g. the Railway and Canal Traffic Act 1888; record of changes in depth at various points along the canal [mid-19th cent]; details of length of canal, names and dimensions of locks, tunnels and reservoirs, etc. as at 31 December 1888, returned to comply with the Act; return re loans, interest, share...

1877-1898

D517/BOX/7/Bdl/4

Solicitor’s bill for work carried out from 1862-1871

Receipted by Simpson, Taylor and Simpson 23 Jan 1872; abstract of accounts etc., 1876-1896

1872-1896

D517/BOX/7/Bdl/5

Bills and invoices

Including for engineers, surveyors, iron foundries, hotel, photographer, rates and taxes, as well as court receipts for case of Wright vs. Wilmot Bart., re damage by Butterley Company to Nutbrook Canal, 1871

1870-1872

D517/BOX/7/Bdl/6

Quarterly statements of accounts

30 Jun 1873 to 30 Sep 1883 (Printed)

1873-1883

D517/BOX/7/Bdl/7

Quarterly statements of accounts

31 Mar 1884-31 Dec 1894

1884-1894

D517/BOX/7/Bdl/8

Quarterly statements of accounts

31 Dec 1887-31 Dec 1891

1887-1891

D517/BOX/7/Bdl/9

Papers re Railway and Canal Traffic Act 1888

Including copy of three orders issued 1810-1818 re arrangements for tonnage payments by boats laden with coal; lists and schedules of maximum tolls and charges on the Nutbrook canal, inc drafts and revisions (ms and printed) [mid-late 19th cent]; rules for canals charging tolls provided for by legislation; notices of toll increases; Correspondence with the Board of Trade re proposed amendments to Nutbrook Canal’s schedule of maximum tolls, 1893-1894; Bill for an Act confirming the order of the Board of Trade re classification of merchandise transport; revisions of the classification of...

[1890s]

D517/BOX/7/Vol

Nutbrook Canal volumes

 

1873-1894

D517/BOX/7/Vol/1

Trowell forge time book

Recording names of personnel, daily attendance, rate of pay and amounts paid out

Mar 1874-Mar 1876

D517/BOX/7/Vol/2

Nutbrook Canal ledger

Receipts and payments, indexed by person/company

1873-1894

D517/BOX/8

Box 8 - Nutbrook Canal

 

1793-1914

D517/BOX/8/Bdl

Nutbrook Canal bundles

 

 

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/1

Various agreements and related papers

Including: Nutbrook Canal Company to Great Northern Railway Company: grant of right to build and maintain a bridge over land in the parish of West Hallam, 7 Oct 1875; West Hallam Coal and Iron Company: agreement to pay for right of way over canal, 31 May 1878; Nutbrook Canal Company to Herbert Toplis of Little Hallam: rental agreement for house near Straws Lock, Ilkeston, 8 Feb 1901; Proprietors of Nutbrook Company and Derbyshire County Council and Shardlow Rural District Council: agreement to replace bridges with roads; Nutbrook Canal Company to Manners Colliery Company re use of water...

1875-1901

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/2

Papers re construction of bridge over Nutbrook Canal for Stanton Branch extension

Including valuation of damage done by overflow of canal, 1879; Notice re forthcoming compulsory purchase of land for Great Northern Railway (GNR) and correspondence with contractor James A Mousley, Ilkeston, West Hallam Coal and Iron Works and Thomas Marshall and Son, Merchants, Leicester, re compensation for stoppages during construction of canal bridge, 1884; Plan of bridge, scale 6 inches: 16 chains, with section plans, 1884 (Printed); site plan of bridge at scale 1:500, with section plans, 1884

1879-1884

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/3

Correspondence with Stanton Iron Works Co.re water being drawn from Nutbrook Canal

Includes notes taken at Stanton Iron Works on quantities of rough cinders removed from the new works, 30 Jun 1887

1885-1887

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/4

Correspondence re canal management

Letters to John Shaw, largely from E Miller Mundy, F Newdigate and Charles Sebastian Smith of Shipley Collieries. All three express critical opinions of Mr Stafford’s management of the canal in e.g. sustaining water levels and maintaining company property. Miller Mundy suggests his dismissal

1886-1887

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/5

Applications for the position of canal overseer (also described as overlooker, canal manager, keeper, lock carpenter)

Aug to Sep 1895, with accompanying letters of reference, and some correspondence between major shareholders in the Nutbrook Canal Company. Inc letter dated 22 Oct 1885 from Charles Sebastian Smith of Shipley Collieries to John Shaw, describing successful candidate Joseph Stafford as a dissenting preacher “worse in politics than a radical”. Sebastian Smith adds “I hope Colonel Newdigate will like this, but I am quite certain Mr Mundy will not”; Letter from Miller Mundy expresses disapproval on these grounds

1885

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/6

Applications for the position of canal overseer

With Shaw’s copies of applicants’ references

Nov 1887-Dec 1887

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/7

Correspondence between John Shaw, F Newdigate and E Miller Mundy among others, re Trent Navigation Co’s proposed improvements to navigation of River Trent, 1887

Also includes notices of payments for rent and damages from John Fletcher of Head House Farm, Mapperley, 1889

1887, 1889

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/8

Correspondence

Valuation of land in West Hallam, Stanton by Dale and Ilkeston for Midland Railway Company in respect of proposed Stanton and Shipley line, 1890; Correspondence with P S McCallum and J Argyle, Engineers, of Midland Railway, re alleged damage done by Midland Railway to the Kirk Hallam bridge, with sketch of the bridge; Extract from contract plan for Midland Railway’s Stanton and Shipley branch at scale 1 inch: 2½ chains, [c1882]; Extract from Grant of Easement by Trustee for the Proprietors of the Nutbrook Canal Company to the Midland Railway Company to construct bridges, including plan, 16...

1890-1892

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/9

Clerk’s correspondence

General correspondence to Nutbrook Canal Company clerk John Shaw, Land Agent, Derby, with copies of some outgoing letters. Subjects include a dispute re alleged damage to canal by mining, sale of shares by Shaw to Edward Miller Mundy and overdue rents

1890-1894

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/10

Clerk’s correspondence

Subjects include rent of land from Cossall Hospital Trust, proposed winding-up of the Nutbrook Canal Company, and use of water from the canal by the Ilkeston Corporation. With circular from Board of Trade re Railway and Canal Traffic Act 1888, and letters from representatives of Lord Belper, Duke or Rutland and Col F Newdigate re Shaw’s action in locking the canal gates because of unpaid rents

1895

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/11

Clerk’s correspondence

Several letters from colliery companies, coal suppliers etc. asking for the gates to be re-opened. Other subjects include dispute with Ilkeston Corporation re their use of water, repair of fences along edge of canal, and proposed merger of Nutbrook Canal Company with those of Derby, Erewash, Loughborough and Leicester canals

1896

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/12

Papers and correspondence re proposed winding-up of Nutbrook Canal Company

Including memorandum of [canal overseer] Joseph Stafford’s rent accounts for 1886-1887 dated 1888; Extract from Ilkeston enclosure award of 1798 re canals and Cossall almshouses, [c1890s]; List of assets of Nutbrook Canal, [c1890s]; Copy opinion of counsel re winding-up of Nutbrook Canal Company, 1895; Report of Local Government Board on Nutbrook Canal Bill of 1896 (Printed)

[1888-c1890s]

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/13

Abandonment of Nutbrook Canal

Including particulars of works connected with the canal and notes on how each is to be dealt with, [c1896]; Inspection report on Nutbrook Canal re continuing obligations on various parties after closure, 6 Sep 1896; Plan traced from 25 inch Ordnance Survey map by Stanton Iron Works to show location of proposed 12 inch pipe between the canal and a weir, 26 Jun 1898, 30 cm x 30 cm; Draft Bill for Abandonment of Nutbrook Canal, 1896, Plan of Nutbrook Canal centred on the road from Kirk Hallam to Little Hallam, endorsed with water depths, 28 Nov 1898. Scale 1:2500, 30 cm x 60 cm

1896-1898

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/14

Papers re application to abandon canal

Correspondence with Manners Colliery re prospects of abandoning the canal or re-opening it to traffic, 1899; Copy resolution of Special General Meeting of the Nutbrook Canal proprietors to apply to the Board of Trade for abandonment, with forms for proxy voting at the meeting, 31 May 1901; Correspondence 1901-1907 re Nutbrook Canal Company’s outstanding commitments, e.g. repairs to fences, proposed grant of easement to Stanton Company, etc, inc letter dated 22 Apr 1907 from E Miller Mundy’s estate office to Fuller [of John Shaw and Sons, Derby] calling for acceptance of “the Midland Railway...

1897-1907

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/15

Correspondence from Midland Railway to Shaw and Sons [Land Agents, Derby] re proposed closure of bridges over Nutbrook Canal

With plan of bridges number 2, 21 and 16, centred on Great Northern Railway line from Heanor to Trent, 28 May 1906, scale 1 inch: 3.156 chains (Printed)

1906-1907

D517/BOX/8/Bdl/16

Correspondence

Letters from Albert Ball, Land Agent, purchaser of F Newdigate’s West Hallam and Kirk Hallam estates to T A Fuller [of Shaw and Sons, Land Agents, Derby], re rents allegedly due from the Nutbrook Canal Company, and possibility of re-opening canal to traffic. With letter from George H Morgan of Rutland Estate Office, re registration of one disputed property as copyhold, with tracing from West Hallam estate sale plan, showing areas bought by Ball, 30 Jan 1914; Letters from Stanton Iron Works Company and Shardlow Rural District Council re damaged bridge over Nutbrook Canal, with Stanton Iron...

1913-1914

D517/BOX/8/Item

Nutbrook Canal items

 

 

D517/BOX/8/Item/1

Copy of portion of Mapperley tithe map showing canals

Scale approx 25 inches: 1 mile

1914

D517/BOX/8/Item/2

Copy of portion of Kirk Hallam tithe map showing canals

Scale approx 25 inches: 1 mile

1914

D517/BOX/8/Item/3

Copy of portion of West Hallam tithe map showing canals

Scale approx 25 inches: 1 mile

1914

D517/BOX/8/Item/4

Copy of portion of Stanton By Dale tithe map showing canals

Scale approx 25 inches: 1 mile

1914

D517/BOX/8/Item/5

Copy of portion of Mapperley tithe award

 

1914

D517/BOX/8/Item/6

Copy of portion of Kirk Hallam tithe award

 

1914

D517/BOX/8/Item/7

Copy of portion of West Hallam tithe award

 

1914

D517/BOX/8/Item/8

Copy of portion of Stanton By Dale tithe award

 

1914

D517/BOX/8/Item/9

Plan showing Nutbrook Canal and Stanton Iron Works (coloured in red)

Apparently from a sale catalogue (not included). Scale 1:2500; 50cm x 100cm

early 20th cent

D517/BOX/8/Item/10

Plan showing Nutbrook Canal

Coloured to show ownership of land abutting the canal, centred on Mapperley. Scale 1:2500; 40cm x 100cm

early 20th cent

D517/BOX/8/Item/11

Plan showing Nutbrook Canal, centred on Kirk Hallam

Scale approx 1:2500; 30cm x 100cm

early 20th cent

D517/BOX/8/Item/12

Plan showing Nutbrook Canal and adjoining reservoir beside the road from Kirk Hallam to Little Hallam

Scale 25 inches: 1 mile; 20cm x 30cm

early 20th cent

D517/BOX/8/Vol

Nutbrook Canal volumes

 

 

D517/BOX/8/Vol/1

Acts of Parliament

Comprising: Nutbrook Canal Act 1793; Regulation of Rail and Canal Traffic Act 1854, and 1873 amendment; Rail and Canal Traffic Act 1888; Minutes of proceedings before the Committee of the House of Lords, 18-19 March 1896

1793-1896

D517/BOX/9

Box 9 - Family papers and correspondence

Largely family correspondence and papers from the 19th Century. Includes correspondence to George Mundy, Captain of HMS Hydra, including letters from Admiral Lord Nelson and other naval officers, c.1806-1816, and (item 64) letter from John Franklin to Rear Admiral Mundy on HMS Rainbow offering passage for the Admiral's nephew to Malta, 30 Nov 1830 ; accounts and papers relating to Shipley Collieries, c.1820s-1830s


For more detail see attached interim box list.

1629-1908

D517/BOX/9/Bdl

Bundles

 

 

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/1

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

 

May 1834

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/2

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

 

Jun 1834

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/3

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

 

Jul 1834

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/4

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

 

Sep 1834

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/5

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

This bundle has been marked “October 1834” but also contains items from Mar 1833 up to Oct 1834

Mar 1833-Oct 1834

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/6

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

 

Nov 1834

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/7

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

 

Dec 1834

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/8

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

 

Jan 1835

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/9

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

 

Feb 1835

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/10

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

 

Mar 1835

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/11

Bills addressed to Edward Miller Mundy, mostly for household goods, groceries, clothes etc.

 

Apr 1835

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/12

Quarterly and annual accounts of the Coal Association

Recording details of the sale of coal (divided into type) at the various collieries near Shipley, with particulars of expenses

1822

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/13

Quarterly and annual accounts of the Coal Association

Recording details of the sale of coal (divided into type) at the various collieries near Shipley, with particulars of expenses

1823

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/14

Quarterly and annual accounts of the Coal Association

Recording details of the sale of coal (divided into type) at the various collieries near Shipley, with particulars of expenses

1824

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/15

Quarterly and annual accounts of the Coal Association

Recording details of the sale of coal (divided into type) at the various collieries near Shipley, with particulars of expenses

1825

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/16

Quarterly and annual accounts of the Coal Association

Recording details of the sale of coal (divided into type) at the various collieries near Shipley, with particulars of expenses

1826

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/17

Quarterly and annual accounts of the Coal Association

Recording details of the sale of coal (divided into type) at the various collieries near Shipley, with particulars of expenses

1827

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/18

Quarterly and annual accounts of the Coal Association

Recording details of the sale of coal (divided into type) at the various collieries near Shipley, with particulars of expenses

1828

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/19

Quarterly and annual accounts of the Coal Association

Recording details of the sale of coal (divided into type) at the various collieries near Shipley, with particulars of expenses

1829-1830

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/20

Letters from John Chambers to E M Mundy outlining Chambers’ suggestions for selling or letting parts of the Mundy estate, including land and buildings at the Rye Hill

Also includes Chambers’ expenses

1827-1828

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/21

Accounts of Executors of Edward Miller Mundy, debtors to George Beeland, silk mercer and draper, all expenses apparently related to Mundy’s funeral

Receipted 28 Jun 1849

1849

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/22

Correspondence addressed to Edward Miller Mundy at Shipley Hall regarding coal trade with Duke of Buckingham

Most letters are from [?Mundy’s agents] William Beardsley and J A Twigg and concern negotiations with the Duke through his agent George Parratt. With some copy letters to Parratt.

1820-1829

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/23-24

Bills addressed to Mrs H Brentnall for expenses in respect of land management

Expences include fencing, digging (bundle 23) and general household expenses (bundle 24)

1815-1826

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/25

Statement of Mrs Hannah Brentnall’s effects, settled and paid by the assignee Edward Miller Mundy Esq, with accounts of sales of Mrs Brentall’s agricultural equipment and livestock (13 Feb) and furniture (12 Dec)

 

1826

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26

Shipley Collieries/Mundy family papers

 

1826-1854

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/1

Statement of profits of Shipley Colliery 1780-1803, dated 1826

 

1826

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/2

Statement of wages of various collieries, giving rate of pay for types of work, not individual employees

 

Jan 1826

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/3

Minutes on a journey to Lincoln, Boston etc by George Pickering and John Buxton, giving a detailed report on the coal trade in the area

 

28 Feb 1831

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/4

Statement of annual coal sales and profits of Old and New Shipley Collieries and Abbotsford

 

1827-1834

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/5

Letter from William Beardsley regarding coal trade in Leicester

 

1834

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/6

Report from George Pickering giving comparison of coal prices, tonnage rates etc between Yorkshire collieries and Langley Mill collieries, when transporting to Lincoln, Boston, Spalding, Stamford and Thrapstone, and between Staffordshire collieries and La

 

 

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/7

J A Twigg [?to Edward Miller Mundy] regarding proposed coal wharf at Newport Pagnell, Co Bucks

 

[c1820s]

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/8

Letter to Alfred Miller Mundy at Chaddesden Hall from his uncle [?George Miller Mundy], congratulating him on returning to England and encouraging him to take possession of his estates and allow his tenants a resident landlord

 

1849

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/9

Sarah Mundy to Alfred Miller Mundy, requesting loan of £800, 21 Dec 1852, with reply from Mundy declining to help, 24 Dec, and further letter from Sarah Mundy, suggesting her husband George Mundy provide a bond for the money, 27 Dec

 

1852

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/10

George Pickering, Adelaide, South Australia, to Alfred Miller Mundy, Shipley, regarding his experiences since leaving England

 

7 Oct 1851

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/11

Death certificate of Edward Grey Miller Mundy, son of Colonial Secretary Alfred Miller Mundy in Adelaide, South Australia, at age of 10 months

 

20 Feb 1849

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/12

Letter from [Sir John] Hindmarsh [Governor of Heligoland] enclosing transfers of railway stock totalling £2700, asking the recipient to sign them and send to Coutts bank with authority to pass dividends into Hindmarsh’s account

Complains about postal services from Heligoland. Recipient is probably his son-in-law Alfred Miller Mundy, whom Hindmarsh, as Governor of South Australia, appointed Colonial Secretary in 1843.

14 Feb 1854

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/13

Blackwood to Mundy, returning his Heligoland paper

Suggests he send it to “one of the directors”, 19 Nov [1852], with (enclosed) letter from two magistrates in Heligoland to Alfred Miller Mundy, offering to send a statue of Gustavus Adolphus [Gustav Adolf, King of Sweden (1594-1632)] to London for £600, 25 Oct 1852.

1852

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/14

George Valentine to Alfred Miller Mundy, requesting financial help

 

[c1850s]

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/26/15

Statement of original and accruing shares of the younger children of the late Edward Miller Mundy in the sum of £10 000 directed to be raised by his marriage settlement and of the shares of the next of kin of the late Mr Willoughby and Miss Millicent Mund

 

[c1834]

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/27

Shipley Colliery monthly statements

Recording names of people supplying coal, from which mine, number of days worked at each pit, prices paid, market into which coals are sold, quantities and types of coal sold, etc. See D517/Box/9/Bdl/18

1828

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/28

Vouchers to Fitzroy Mundy and Edward Miller Mundy, for household expenses

 

1834

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/29

Vouchers and receipts to Edward Miller Mundy, for rents, annuities etc., with statement from Simpson and Frear, solicitors

With duplicate statement and vouchers referred to in the statement

1837-1839

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/30

Statement of Edward Miller Mundy’s cash account for 1 Jan 1844 to 1 Jan 1845, with Simpson and Frear, solicitors

 

1845

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/31

Correspondence, labelled (possibly inaccurately) “letters from the Hydra’s officers”

All are addressed to George Mundy, who had served as captain of the Hydra

[Early 19th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/31/1

Letter from an officer on board the Prometheus, Algiers

Describes experiences of fighting during the Bombardment of Algiers, and of being captured and marched inland in chains

4 Sep 1816

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/31/2

Letter from A Harbin, Hydra, to Mundy, thanking him for his kindness in preparing him “for so great a shock” and for overlooking recent ill conduct

 

[c1810s]

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/31/3

Letter from Andrew Hay, Edinburgh, to Mundy

Discusses his health, his reasons for visiting Scotland and the difficulties of the journey. Thanks “Mr Mundy and yourself for your kind offer”. Was astonished by the letter discovered among the papers of Mr Radford. Suggests only temporary insanity could have led him “to pen such a pile of scurrility and falsehood”. Mr McKenzie will not be returning to sea as his farming is profitable.

14 Nov 1810

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/31/4

Letter from an officer at Portsmouth.

Is sailing to the East Indies shortly and offers “to execute any commands” on Mundy’s behalf. Russel, the Hydra’s mate, has disgraced the ship and his country by serving in the Irish French Brigade in Spain against the English.

9 Apr 1811

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/31/5

Letter from Duval, Bishop’s Waltham, to Mundy

Complaining about his treatment. Has heard news of Mundy’s intention to speak to Capt Boyle of the Transport Office on Duval’s behalf and asks him to intercede with Thomas Penny, agent for prisoners [of war]. Has refused offers to take him to Portchester Hospital [formerly Portchester Castle, used to house French prisoners during the Napoleonic Wars]. (French)

19 Apr 1811

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/31/6

Letter from James Little, Liverpool, to Mundy

Has read Mr ?Radford’s letter [name partly deleted] and is “surprised he should think so disrespectfully of you and most of the Hydra’s officers”.

5 Nov 1810

D517/BOX/9/Bdl/31/7

Letter from W M Wills, London, to Mundy

His shipmates have been “unworthily calumniated” by ?Radford’s letter [name deleted]. Compliments him on his running of the ship.

26 Oct 1810

D517/BOX/9/Item

Items

 

 

D517/BOX/9/Item/1-2

Letter from John Thomas Woodhouse to Edward Miller Mundy regarding proposed air shaft at the colliery, 1 Jun 1854.

With rough notes for another letter, mid-nineteenth century, largely illegible but mentioning recent legislation

1854

D517/BOX/9/Item/3

Letter from Mary Stephens, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, to Edward Miller Mundy, enclosing duplicate (not included) of letter from her brother John

She is confused by its “unkind and uncharitable” content, especially aspersions on her husband’s character and conduct, and asks whether he, Mundy, had read and approved it.

14 Aug 1852

D517/BOX/9/Item/4

Account of Messrs Simpson Frear and Simpson for work done during the lifetime of Edward Miller Mundy (d. 1834) and after his death up to 1847

 

13 May 1848

D517/BOX/9/Item/5

Bill for Turkey Carpet to George Miller Mundy, MP

 

Feb 1848

D517/BOX/9/Item/6

Shipley Collieries balance account recording names of purchasers, and quantities sold

 

1848

D517/BOX/9/Item/7

Note requesting Mr Mundy to examine accounts

 

24 Jan 1845

D517/BOX/9/Item/8-9

Cash account between Trustees and Executors of the late Edward Miller Mundy and Mr J B Simpson

 

1852

D517/BOX/9/Item/10

Business card of Wells and Son, saddlers and harness makers, London, with notes on cost of items on reverse

 

[19th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Item/11

Shipley Collieries monthly statements for month ending 13 Sep 1834

Recording names of people supplying coal, from which mine, number of days worked at each pit, prices paid, market into which coals are sold, quantities and types of coal sold, etc.

1834

D517/BOX/9/Item/12

Shipley Collieries monthly statements for month ending 11 Oct 1834

Recording names of people supplying coal, from which mine, number of days worked at each pit, prices paid, market into which coals are sold, quantities and types of coal sold, etc.

1834

D517/BOX/9/Item/13

Shipley Collieries monthly statements for month ending 9 Sep 1837

Recording names of people supplying coal, from which mine, number of days worked at each pit, prices paid, market into which coals are sold, quantities and types of coal sold, etc.

1837

D517/BOX/9/Item/14

Shipley Collieries monthly statements for month ending 29 Dec 1849

Recording names of people supplying coal, from which mine, number of days worked at each pit, prices paid, market into which coals are sold, quantities and types of coal sold, etc.

1849

D517/BOX/9/Item/15

Note headed “A note of the interests my master hath to mortgage or sell the Manor of Shipley”

 

[early 16th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Item/16

Diary of [?Alfred Miller Mundy’s] journey across Australia, (e.g. Adelaide, Albany) trading in livestock.

Refers to local news, flora and fauna, social events attended and travelling experiences. On inside cover: receipt for purchase of 27 head of horned cattle from Mr Mundy, 8 Apr 1840

[c1840s]

D517/BOX/9/Item/17

Shooting card from Gunton recording number of various game animals shot by members of the party, which included Edward Miller Mundy and the Prince of Wales

 

1893

D517/BOX/9/Item/18

Photograph of General Fitz Roy Mundy, uncle of “A E M M” [Alfred Edward Miller Mundy (1849-1920)]

 

[19th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Item/19

Photograph of seated man [probably Alfred Edward Miller Mundy] wearing a bowler hat

 

[19th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Item/20

Articles of agreement regarding buildings in West Smithfield, parish of St Sepulchre, London

Between (1) Paul Coles of London, Carpenter, (2) Edward Nash of London, merchant, (3) Theobald Hotherseill of London, vintner

21 Dec 1662

D517/BOX/9/Item/21

Almanac volume containing pasted pages of a printed 1842 almanac (e.g. anniversaries of historic events, phases of the moon) and diary entries, some dated 1849.

Includes description of an afternoon tea and evening ball to celebrate a child’s baptism on 4 July

[1840s]

D517/BOX/9/Item/22

Extract from bible in [Shipley Hall] library regarding genealogy of Mundy family, 1675-1707

 

[19th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Item/23

Letter from Andrew Hay to Capt Mundy RN, writing from ship of the line HMS Dictator

[HMS Dictator was deployed in the Gunboat War of 1807-1814, between Norway/Denmark and Great Britain.] Is uncertain of the political atmosphere, but “we must be on very good terms with the Swedes”.

20 May 1812

D517/BOX/9/Item/24

Receipt for bricks

 

19 Aug 1749

D517/BOX/9/Item/25

Letter from Aunt Barton, Arbury, Warwickshire, to Edward Miller Mundy, expressing happiness at his engagement to Nelly Barton.

Suggests he marry at Arbury and the ceremony be conducted by her brother.

6 Dec 1799

D517/BOX/9/Item/26

Letter from Francis Evans, Nottingham, to Edward Miller Mundy, regarding his manorial rights

 

28 Jan 1788

D517/BOX/9/Item/27

List of deeds and documents regarding Shipley

 

[early 18th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Item/28

Certificate of asset transfer recording the transfer of annuities from South Sea Company stock

Certificate of asset transfer recording the transfer of annuities from South Sea Company stock to Mark Thurston, Accomptant General of the Court of Chancery, in trust, to attend the order of the court in the cause of Nicholas Franklyn Miller, Mary Miller and others, plaintiffs, against Jane Norcliffe and another, defendants

1737

D517/BOX/9/Item/29

Agreement regarding the stocking of the commons and ordering of the fields, agreed upon by all the inhabitants of Loxley, Warwickshire

 

1629

D517/BOX/9/Item/30

Letter from Thomas Rawlins, Stratford upon Avon, to Edward Nash, London

Reports on progress of “your purchase in Loxley business”. Mr Parker appears “inclined to put you off your bargaine”. Suggests that Nash write a letter to Parker asking for an answer [1664/5]

[1665]

D517/BOX/9/Item/31-34

Receipts for purchase of South Sea Company stock by John Pinder and William Fitzherbert

 

May 1770

D517/BOX/9/Item/35

Notes from C S Gilbert’s History of Cornwall vols 1 and 2, regarding Mundy family members

 

[early 16th cent-19th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Item/36

Letter from Edward Miller Mundy, Cheltenham, to Mr Sutson, Heanor, announcing his engagement to Lady Middleton and his preference to offer the living of Heanor to Mr Thompson.

 

28 Oct 1787

D517/BOX/9/Item/37

Notes from Penaluna’s Historical Survey of Cornwall, regarding Mundy family members

 

[19th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Item/38

Letter from Ezra F Mundy, Kingston, New Jersey, USA, to Edward Miller Mundy, asking about origins of the Mundys of New Jersey, whose ancestor arrived in c1670.

Suggests possibility of Derbyshire origins

1884

D517/BOX/9/Item/39-40

Letter from Percy Mundy, Hove, Sussex, to “Dear Mundy”, enquiring about his progress in preparing a Mundy pedigree, with genealogical notes

 

1908

D517/BOX/9/Item/41

Letter of appointment of George Mundy as Captain of HMS Hydra

 

21 Oct 1802

D517/BOX/9/Item/42

Short document in Latin from the reign of James I mentioning Thomas Hill, John Oldfeild and others, 4 Jul

 

[1603-1625]

D517/BOX/9/Item/43

Page of diary regarding journey from Shipley to Edinburgh,and tour of Scotland

 

1854

D517/BOX/9/Item/44

Notes on descent of the manor of Olivers, Hertfordshire, also known as East End, Southall or Hyde Hall, during the 17th cent

 

[19th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Item/45

Notes [?possibly by Admiral Sir George Mundy (d.1861)] on the rioting in Derby in October 1831, after the House of Lords defeated the Reform Bill.

Including description of personal experiences, e.g. attack on house during the night

[c1831]

D517/BOX/9/Item/46

Letter of appointment of George Mundy as Captain of HM Yacht Prince Regent

 

27 May 1825

D517/BOX/9/Item/47

Letter from Augusta Mundy (as a small child), Shipley Hall, to her mother at Scarborough, regarding family life

 

9 Sep 1850

D517/BOX/9/Item/48

Letter from Lord Chesterfield to George Mundy, asking for a recommendation of his neighbour’s son, Thomas Halsall, to the Captain of a line of Battle ship

 

15 Jan 1813

D517/BOX/9/Item/49

Letter from Lady Elizabeth Exeter to Captain Mundy regarding arrangements for family / social gatherings

 

10 Dec 1813

D517/BOX/9/Item/50

Letter from E P Clinton to his uncle regarding immediate plans for his naval career

 

1833

D517/BOX/9/Item/51

Letter from [?Thomas] Mundy to George Mundy, Markeaton, asking for news of George’s father’s health

 

[early 19th cent]

D517/BOX/9/Item/52

Letter from Thomas F Heathcote MP, Embley, Hampshire, regarding arrangements for Mundy’s visit

 

1821

D517/BOX/9/Item/53

Letter from Maria Wilmot, Chaddesden, to her uncle, Rear Admiral George Mundy, Shipley. Is sorry to hear of his poor health.

Discusses family and a visit to a Wild Beast Show.

[c1831]

D517/BOX/9/Item/54

Letter Maria Wilmot, to George Mundy, Bath, regarding his health

Suggests he has derided all possible benefit from Bath and it would be better if he had a change of air and some companionship. Invites him to stay.

Apr 1831

D517/BOX/9/Item/55

Letter from Maria Wilmot to George Mundy, Bath.

Is pleased to read his reply, agreeing to come to stay. Also discusses mutual acquaintances and the weather.

Apr 1831

D517/BOX/9/Item/56

Letter from Augusta Mundy, Shipley (small child) to parents, Scarborough, regarding life at the family home

 

2 Sep 1851

D517/BOX/9/Item/57

Letter from Augusta Mundy to her mother at Price’s Hotel, London, regarding end of Crimean War

Has been watching the procession [at Shipley Hall, to celebrate the end of the Crimean War], with a pretty carriage and javelin men. [See Derby Mercury 19 Mar 1856]

17 Mar 1856

D517/BOX/9/Item/58

Letter from E Grey to Mrs Mundy, London, regarding social engagements

 

12 Jul 1850

D517/BOX/9/Item/59-60

Letters from Thomas Barker, Reresby Parsonage, Boston, to A M Mundy, Shipley, regarding educational progress of his son, Alfred Edward Miller Mundy

 

1868-1869

D517/BOX/9/Item/61

Letter from Alfred Miller Mundy, Government House, Adelaide, South Australia, to his brother Edward Miller Mundy, Shipley, regarding resignation of the Colonial Secretary [John Alexander Jackson (?1809-1885)] and the offer of the job to him, by Governor S

 

10 Jun 1843

D517/BOX/9/Item/62

Letter from Alfred Miller Mundy to Edward Miller Mundy, regarding his appointment as Colonial Secretary and other news

 

17 Jun 1843

D517/BOX/9/Item/63

Letter from [?Alfred Miller Mundy] to Mrs L Hall, Needwood House, Burton on Trent, Co Staffs about news including birth of first child

 

1843

D517/BOX/9/Item/64

Letter from Sir John Franklin, HMS Rainbow, to Rear Admiral George Mundy, regarding his nephew having gone to Malta

 

30 Nov 1830

D517/BOX/9/Item/65

Letter from George Mundy, at sea, to Admiral Lord Nelson.

Mr Tyler, promoted to lieutenant by Nelson, has gone absent without leave. Writes to explain the circumstances “in extenuation of the faults of a very young man”. States the sudden departure from duty in Malta is due to “an unhappy intimacy with a female, who was the cause of his neglecting his duty”. Requests Nelson to intercede with the Admiralty so he would not be discharged. With note in George Mundy’s hand that the Admiralty accepted the request, but only when it was put to them directly by Mundy. Adds that Tyler later claimed to have been “driven from the ship by my tyranny...

[1830s]

D517/BOX/9/Item/66

Letter informing Alfred Miller Mundy that the Lt Governor accepts his resignation as visiting magistrate and thanks him for acting with such “zeal and independence”.

 

31 Mar 1836

D517/BOX/9/Item/67

Letter from [Abel] Hawkins, Saltash, Cornwall [?to George Mundy]. Thanks him for his recommendation and says that “the Endymion is certainly the most desirable frigate in the navy”.

 

24 May 1813

D517/BOX/9/Item/68

Letter from Alfred Miller Mundy to his wife at Shipley Hall regarding family news.

 

19 Dec 1861

D517/BOX/9/Item/69

Letter from Maria [Phipps, née Miller Mundy (1842-1902), wife of diplomat Constantine Phipps], Montreal, Canada, to her mother Jane Mundy [née Hindmarsh], regarding travelling in the USA and Canada

Travels include Trenton Falls, New York State. Sends pair of moose hair slippers made by native Americans.

[1865]

D517/BOX/9/Item/70

Letter from Baron Collingwood to George Mundy, Hydra. Will assist whomever Mundy considers suitable for advancement

 

22 Feb 1808

D517/BOX/9/Item/71

Letter from Baron Collingwood to George Mundy, wishing him success on the Hydra and discussing possible transfers of personnel

 

28 Jan 1808

D517/BOX/9/Item/72

Letter from M C to George Mundy, answering his questions regarding what constitutes admissible evidence in a criminal trial.

Signed M. C.

[1800s]

D517/BOX/9/Item/73

Letter from Lt. Abel Hawkins, Saltash, Cornwall, to George Mundy

Attacking “that compound of lies and villainy”, the letter from ?Radford [name deleted]. (See D517/BOX/9/bdl/31). Is glad Mundy has found out early enough to prevent his promotion

23 Nov 1810

D517/BOX/9/Item/74

Letter from Maria [Phipps, née Miller Mundy (1842-1902), wife of diplomat Constantine Phipps], Buenos Aires, Argentina, to her mother Jane Mundy [née Hindmarsh] at Victoria Hotel, St Leonard’s on Sea, Sussex.

Discusses her travels, including Bahia and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where the botanical gardens were the “most beautiful I have ever seen”. Intends “to go in for anything and everything I can get in the way of amusement and I don’t care how commercial and vulgar the people are as long as they are hospitable”.

[1871]

D517/BOX/9/Item/75

Letter to George Mundy on the death of his father, from one of his brothers.

First page only.

20 Oct 1822

D517/BOX/9/Item/76

Letter from the Duke of Newcastle under Lyme [Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham-Clinton (1785–1851), husband of Georgiana Miller Mundy (1789-1822)] to George Mundy regarding the death of his father

 

4 Nov 1822

D517/BOX/9/Item/77-78

Letter from the Duke of Newcastle to George Mundy regarding repayment of loan

 

1845-1848

D517/BOX/9/Item/79

Empty envelope addressed to George Mundy

 

1846

D517/BOX/9/Item/80

Letter from Duke of Newcastle to George Mundy regarding arrangements with Coutts Bank.

Second page only

1829

D517/BOX/9/Item/81

Letter from Louis Vaudon, HMS Royal Oak, Portsmouth to George Mundy.

Apologises for not coming to pay respects in person. Asks for advice for what to do if the Royal Oak should be sent to America or the West Indies. Is hoping to get passport to return to France, partly because he is in danger of losing property inherited from his father.

12 Jul 1813

D517/BOX/9/Item/82

Letter from Alfred Miller Mundy, Plough Hotel, Cheltenham, to his wife, Shipley Hall regarding arrangements for travel to Derby

 

[1864]

D517/BOX/9/Item/83

Letter from Maria [Phipps, née Miller Mundy (1842-1902), wife of diplomat Constantine Phipps], St Petersburg, Russia, to her mother, Jane Mundy [née Hindmarsh].

Regarding travelling including investiture party for the new ambassador, Lord Vane [George Henry Robert Charles Vane-Tempest, fifth marquess of Londonderry (1821-1884), British Ambassador to Russia from 1867 to 1871]. Reports being seated between Vane and Lord Albert Gower. The investiture went better than she expected “from a knowledge of Lord Vane’s peculiarities, not the least of wh[ich] is a tendency to drink … small but perpetual doses of a liquid called B. V. [a vodka cocktail]”

[1867]

D517/BOX/9/Item/84

Letter from Maria [Phipps, née Miller Mundy (1842-1902), wife of diplomat Constantine Phipps], Lisbon, to her father Alfred Miller Mundy, regarding the death of her mother, Jane Mundy [née Hindmarsh]

 

[1874]

D517/BOX/9/Item/85

Letter from Nelly Mundy to her mother, regarding family news

 

29 Mar 1856

D517/BOX/9/Item/86

Letter from Alfred Miller Mundy to his wife Jane.

Pleased to hear of her arrival in Heligoland [of which her father was Governor].

7 Jul 1855

D517/BOX/9/Item/87

Letter from Alfred Miller Mundy to his wife, describing events at the opening ceremony of the Great Exhibition in London.

“A more magnificent sight it is impossible to have beheld”

[1851]

D517/BOX/9/Item/88

Letter from J Lichfield, London, to Alfred Miller Mundy, Shipley, undertaking to recommend his son to Mr Carter

 

11 Jul 1862

D517/BOX/9/Item/89

School reports for one of the sons of Alfred Miller Mundy at Eton College, Co Berks,

Including letter from Mr Dupuis regarding his son’s conduct.

2 Aug 1864

D517/BOX/9/Item/90

Letter from Louis Vaudon, Royal Oak, Plymouth Sound, to George Mundy, thanking him for helping get his discharge from the Royal Oak and leave to return to France

 

4 May 1814

D517/BOX/9/Item/91

Letter from Alfred Miller Mundy, Adelaide, South Australia to Edward Miller Mundy, Shipley, with news including birth of his second daughter, Nelly

 

1843

D517/BOX/9/Item/92

Letter from Duke of Newcastle under Lyme [Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham-Clinton (1785–1851), husband of Georgiana Miller Mundy (1789-1822)] to George Mundy, apologising for his failure to get a payment to him, and assuring him that the bank have now credite

 

29 Jan 1833

D517/BOX/9/Item/93

Letter to George Mundy congratulating him on his appointment, and thanking him “for not applying to my father for assistance on Godfrey’s and my account”. First page only

 

1814

D517/BOX/9/Item/94-95

Cards signed by King Edward VII, with a note that they are “a souvenir in remembrance of a charming cruise on board the [Royal Yacht Squadron] Narcissus”

 

11 Aug 1905

D517/BOX/9/Item/96

Admission card for the funeral of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, St Paul’s Cathedral

 

18 Nov 1852

D517/BOX/9/Item/97

Letter from Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) on board HMS Victory to George Mundy, Captain of the Hydra, ordering him to look for the French Fleet near Toulon before joining him

He should proceed round the island of Toro and leave a letter for him at Madalena, Cagliari or Palma if he nears them

13 Apr 1805

D517/BOX/9/Item/98

Letter from Nelson to the commander of any HM Ships or vessels in search of the French fleet

Ordering the recipient to look for the fleet westward towards Rendezvous nos. 97, 84 and 85. He will get to the westward either by Rendezvous nos 60, 70 or South End of Sardinia.

11 Apr 1805

D517/BOX/9/Vol

Volumes

 

1822-1907

D517/BOX/9/Vol/1

Resettlement of Shipley Hall Estate (Printed)

 

18 Jul 1907

D517/BOX/9/Vol/2

Edward Miller Mundy’s colliery cash book in account with Samuel Smith

 

Jan 1822-Oct 1822

D517/BOX/9/Vol/3

Edward Miller Mundy’s colliery cash book in account with Samuel Smith,

 

Jan 1846-Feb 1849

D517/BOX/10

Box 10 - Vouchers and associated documents

For more detail see attached interim box list.

1789-1828

D517/BOX/10/Bdl

Bundles

 

1819-1828

D517/BOX/10/bdl/1

Eight letters from George Brentwall to Edward Miller Mundy regarding coal supplies to the Erewash Canal

 

May 1820-Jul 1820

D517/BOX/10/bdl/2

Receipts for bills paid by the Executors of the late Edward Miller Mundy

 

Oct 1822–Jul 1824

D517/BOX/10/bdl/3

Receipts for bills paid by the Executors of the late Edward Miller Mundy

 

Nov 1821–Oct 1824

D517/BOX/10/bdl/4

Receipts for bills paid by the Executors of the late Edward Miller Mundy

 

Jun 1819-Dec 1825

D517/BOX/10/bdl/5

Receipts for bills paid by the Executors of the late Edward Miller Mundy

 

Oct 1822-Aug 1823

D517/BOX/10/bdl/6

Receipts for bills paid by the Executors of the late Edward Miller Mundy

 

Dec 1821–May 1823

D517/BOX/10/bdl/7

Receipts for bills paid at Derby by the Executors of the late Edward Miller Mundy

 

May 1823–Jan 1824

D517/BOX/10/bdl/8

Receipts for bills paid at Shipley by the Executors of the late Edward Miller Mundy

 

Jun 1823–Jul 1824

D517/BOX/10/bdl/9

Receipts for bills paid by the Executors of the late Edward Miller Mundy

 

Apr 1824–Nov 1825

D517/BOX/10/bdl/10

Receipts for bills paid by the Executors of the late Edward Miller Mundy

 

Mar 1819–Apr 1826

D517/BOX/10/bdl/11

Rent receipts, detached from accounts dated Jun 1829

 

Jun 1828

D517/BOX/10/Item

Items

 

1789-1848

D517/BOX/10/Item/1

Will of Maria Groscher Huntley of Cork Street near Burlington Gardens, Middlesex

 

22 Aug 1800

D517/BOX/10/Item/2

Copy Will of James Mansfield Chadwick of Colston Bassett, Nottinghamshire, late of Mazarion [Marazion], Cornwall, then of Piccadilly, Middlesex

 

9 Oct 1789

D517/BOX/10/Item/3

Will of Edward Miller Mundy of Shipley Hall

 

7 Sep 1848

D517/BOX/10/Item/4

Brief for defendants, in the case of William Stenson, plaintiff and Edward Miller Mundy, William Charlton, Elizabeth Sutton and John Ray, defendants regarding coal seams in land at Heanor (photocopy)

 

[1822]

D517/BOX/10/Item/5

Abstract of the Will of James Mansfield Chadwick concerning his legacies

 

[19th cent]

D517/BOX/10/Item/6

Letter – William Welby to Edward Miller Mundy regarding payment of a bond of £22,500

 

5 Aug 1789

D517/BOX/10/Item/7

Letter – Robert Baxter to Edward Miller Mundy regarding the latter’s affairs with Messrs. Colvin and Smith

 

5 Feb 1814

D517/BOX/10/Item/8

Three bills of account, including one relating to Nutbrook and Erewash Canal Companies

 

[19th cent]

D517/BOX/11

Box 11 - Additional deposit 08/05/78

 

1823-1850

D517/BOX/11/1

Probate of the will of Edward Miller Mundy

 

29 Apr 1823

D517/BOX/11/2

Private account book of the executors of Edward Miller Mundy

 

1842-1848

D517/BOX/11/3

Shipley Colliery statements, 1834 and 1849

 

1834-1849

D517/BOX/11/4

Mr Pickering's accounts for sale of coal from various collieries

 

1830-1833

D517/BOX/11/5

Edward Miller Mundy's account with Messrs Simpson and Frear

 

1843-1844

D517/BOX/11/6

Edward Miller Mundy's account with Messrs Simpson and Frear

 

1845-1846

D517/BOX/11/7

Edward Miller Mundy's account with Messrs Simpson and Frear

 

1847

D517/BOX/11/8

Edward Miller Mundy's account with Messrs Simpson and Frear

 

1848-1849

D517/BOX/11/9

Edward Miller Mundy's account with Messrs Simpson and Frear

 

1849-1850

D517/BOX/12

Box 12 - Correspondence

 

 

D517/BOX/13

Box 13 originally labelled 'Inventory'

Account books

1661-1780

D517/BOX/13/1

Account ledger of Mrs Elizabeth Clerke and John Tufnayle, Staffordshire, later used as estate rental for the Palmer family of Ladbroke Hall, Warwickshire

Parchment bound volume, with embossed lozenge pattern on front. The first page is inscribed: ‘Ledger for Accompt of Mrs Elizabeth Clerke & John Tufnayle in Equall Staffs Begune in London ye 14: June 1661’. Underneath, in an 18th Century hand is the signature of C Palmer, probably Charles Palmer Esq. of Ladbroke Hall.


The ledger from 14 June 1661 to August 1662 relates to a textile business, in which Elizabeth Clerke and John Tufnayl appear to have had equal share. The ledger includes expenses relating to the dying, transport and cargo space in London for cloths such as baize, bocking...

1661-1780

D517/BOX/13/2

Combined accounts ledger and journal / day book belonging to Edward Mundy

Parchment bound volume, with embossed lozenge pattern on front, with a ledger at the beginning of the volume and journal towards the rear, 11 Apr 1682-23 Aug 1697.


The volume begins with ‘Inventory Account’ followed by other ledger entries including corne account, quick stock account, wool account, household expanses, apparel [clothing], horseflesh, and accounts with named individuals. The accounts refer to, amongst other things, voyages to Barbados and Cadiz; purchase of shares in The Royal African Company; accounts with individuals including Edward Mundy's brothers William and...

1682-1697

D517/BOX/A

Box A - Family papers and correspondence

Includes the following item 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:


DRO, D517M Box A 10/12 - [Heanor, No title]. [c1750] Scale: no scale shown. Size: 30 x 19 cm. Materials: ink on watermarked paper. Centred on: SK435455 Notes: cardinal points named, north at top. Well drawn sketch of house with other houses alongside The Mar Pool, with gardens and Langley Common.

 

D517/BOX/A/1

Correspondence

Unclassified correspondence, c.1804-1850. Includes House of Commons Divisions 1781-3 and Colonial Office appointments. Mainly Australia

c1781-c1850

D517/BOX/A/2

Sundry early papers

Includes bills and receipts for Mrs Mundy's funeral, 1753; travel: stay in Brighton; list of silver sold or melted, 1792; list of silver bought from Wekelin and Taylor, 1790; Rev Kennedy's letter; Mrs Barton's letter from India, 1773; Thomas Meynell's will, 1796; Wakelin and Taylor tradecard; bill for a funeral; entries from the marriage register of St George Hanover Square for the marriage of Edward Miller Mundy and Nellie Barton; summary account of household and personal payments, 1800; summary of Newdigate legacies; account of funerals, 1830.

 

D517/BOX/A/3

Family correspondence

 

c1801-1850

D517/BOX/A/3/1

Letters from Captain George Mundy RN to his father Edward Miller Mundy I

Includes a first hand description of the Battle of Trafalgar

1798-1817

D517/BOX/A/3/2

Letter from Robert Dundas, 2nd Viscount Melville, to Edward Miller Mundy MP responding to criticisms about his son Captain George Mundy not having received command of a line of battle ship

 

21 Jun 1813

D517/BOX/A/3/3

Descriptions of conversations between Davenport and Fazakerley with Napoleon Bonaparte, probably at Elba

In both French and English.

[1814-1815]

D517/BOX/A/3/4

Letter from Captain George Mundy to his brother Edward Miller Mundy

 

6 Feb 1798

D517/BOX/A/3/5

Letters from Francis Noel Clarke Mundy to Edward Miller Mundy I

Includes drafts of an epitaph to Nelly Mundy.

1813-1815

D517/BOX/A/3/6

Letter from Francis Noel Clarke Mundy to Edward Miller Mundy II

 

18 May 1804

D517/BOX/A/3/7

Letter from unknown author to Edward Miller Mundy II

Postmarked Congleton

early-mid 19th cent

D517/BOX/A/3/8

Letter from unknown author to 'Ned' (probably Edward Miller Mundy I)

 

[1801]

D517/BOX/A/3/9

Letters from Rev Matthew William Peters about painting a portrait of the late Mrs Mundy

 

1807-1809

D517/BOX/A/3/10

Letters from Edward Miller Mundy to his brother Alfred Miller Mundy in Australia

4 letters and 2 envelopes

1846

D517/BOX/A/3/11

Letter from Maria Wilmot to her brother Alfred Miller Mundy

 

28 Jan 1846

D517/BOX/A/3/12

Part of letter from [George Mundy?]

 

[c 1840s]

D517/BOX/A/4

Unlisted correspondence, mainly Naval

 

early 19th cent

D517/BOX/A/5

Colliery and canal correspondence

Includes account of Ironstone, Shipley Colliery, 1825; 3 Walker's letters 1825 colliery report; proposal to supply coal to Walker & Gates Foundry; letter from Edward Miller Mundy. 1825; calcualtion of water needed to work large engine; profit from Ironstone at Shipley; calculation of profit re. coal under farm at Shipley Hall, 1825; correspondence re. Melton Canal and transport of coal; amount of coal fetched to Loughborough; valuation of Johnson House Farm; Brentnall's opinion re. coal from Smalley; pit expenses in No. 3 pit, 1823; cost of sinking new pit, 1825; cost of sending coal to...

1823-1826

D517/BOX/A/6

Folder of correspondence from abroad

 

 

D517/BOX/A/7

Shipley and Mapperley

Includes William Emes' plans for gardens 1772 (relates to Q3 map of Shipley); lands in Smalley, 1797; Peake's farm; 2 farms and cottages, Heanor: Fletcher's farm; lands in Smalley for sale, v1797; Chamber's bill for valuing Shipley, 1815; valuation of Estate at Mapperley; survey of Shipley, c1800; 3 closes by Hawley's pond, 1798; letter re. Chamber's valuation, 1814; valuation of Trueman's farm; letter re. sale of property in Loughborough.

early 19th cent

D517/BOX/A/8

Colliery correspondence

Include sale of coal at Shipley, 1757; terms re. William Tissington working coal, 1761; accounts for sinking new pit at Heanor, 1766; letters from William Tissington, Swanwick, re. working coal' inventory of tools, timbers and gears at Shipley Colliery, 1765; account for coals sold at Shipley, 1760, 1759, 1757-9, 1758.

18th cent

D517/BOX/A/9

Correspondence and papers re. building of Cromford Canal

Copy minutes of a meeting of the Gentlemen interest in making and maintaining a Navigable Cut or Canal from Langley Bridge in the County of Nottingham and there to join with the present Erewash Canal to Cromford in the County of Derby, 15 Dec 1788; four letters from John Sutton to his 'master' Edward Miller Mundy about estate matters, 1788-1789; note of cost projections for sale of coal on the intended canal, 1789; five vouchers for payments by Edward Miller Mundy to John Sutton, 1792-1793, and two receipts by John Sutton, 1791 and 1793; abstract of account for Paul Brentnall in account...

1788-1816

D517/BOX/A/10

Satirical verse in different hands

Mostly undated but includes ‘Verses written by C:M: of W: Aprill 5th 1698 comeing from Badminton’ and a letter dated 26 March 1743. Also ‘An Elegy to my wife’ who is identified as Lady Bowman.

late 17th cent-late 18th cent

D517/BOX/A/11

Original bundle of correspondence from Henry Mundy to his father E M Mundy at Walton-on-Trent.

 

1820s

D517/BOX/A/12

Correspondence relating to Carleton Trust and Wilsons

Originally 2 bundles but later put into 1 folder.

early 19th cent

D517/BOX/A/13

Particulars of Mr Mundy's Estate valued by Mr Saint

Includes names of occupiers

Oct 1833

D517/BOX/A/14

File of estate papers

/1 Lands in Smalley belonging to Edward Miller Mundy in the occupation of John Carrington: Drury Lowe's land in the occupation of Thomas Peake, 1797;

/2 Letter: ? of Middleton re. Barker's farm, 9 Dec 1788;

/3 Letter: Abraham Bracebridge re. Barker's farm, 6 Aug 1790;

/4 Letter: Hugh Batemen re. Else's farm, 6 Aug 1790;

/5 J Radford's tenancy in Smalley;

/6 Letter: Benjamin Chambers of Tibshelf. Bill for valuation of Shipley, 10 Oct 1806;

/7 Letter: S R Radford, Derby, re. sale of Loughborough property, 5 Jul 1819;

/8 Agreement of sale from Jos Clarke et al to Edward Miller Mundy...

c1770-1820

D517/BOX/B

Box B - Family papers and correspondence

 

 

D517/BOX/R1

Box I - Deeds

 

1772-1889

D517/BOX/R1/1a

(Langley 35) Title to the Nether Breach Closes, bought of Abraham Whysall by Alfred Miller Mundy in 1873

 

1823-1873

D517/BOX/R1/1a/1

Attested copy (made 9 May 1855) deed of covenant between John Taylor of Heanor, yeoman, and his wife Sophia, and Thomas Cockayne of Derby, gent

To levy a fine for securing to Taylor and his wife the house which had been occupied by James Hlmes and then thomas Wrightman, that built by Taylor since the death of Adam Woodward, occupied by John Orton, and the five Breaches containing 9 acres, 2 roods.

1 Aug 1823

D517/BOX/R1/1a/2

Abstract title of John Horridge and Francis Tantum Howitt, devisees in trust under the will of Joseph Taylor

Recites that Adam Woodward of Heanor, baker, by his will dated 26 April 1805 gave to his wife Phebe an annuity of £28 for life, charged upon the estates devised upon his daughters, £12 part from Sophia Taylor, £8 part from Jane Woodward and £8 part from Phebe Woodward in quarterly amounts, and gave the house in Heanor occupied by James Holmes and the four closes called the Breeches, also in Heanor, subject to the £12 part of the annuity, to his daughter Sophia Taylor; will proved at Lichfield and Coventry Consistory Court by his wife and friends Thomas Howitt and John Taylor, both of Heanor...

1808-1858

D517/BOX/R1/1a/3

Conveyance from Horridge and Howitt

With approval of Samuel Taylor of Langley, coal miner, Phoebe, wife of Abraham Whysall of Langley, joiner, and Joseph Taylor of Ripley, mining surveyor, to Whysall of the two Nether Breaches occuped since William Taylor by William Spray and John Austin. Consideration £240

17 Oct 1863

D517/BOX/R1/1a/4

Mortgage of Whysall to Jeremiah Eggleshaw of Langley, coal miner, securing £150 at 5%

 

19 Oct 1863

D517/BOX/R1/1a/5

Schedule of title deeds relating to property at Langley belonging to Whysall

Items D517/BOX/R1/1a/1-4 above and document witnessing Eggleshaw's mark

1 Aug 1823-19 Oct 1863

D517/BOX/R1/1a/6

Supplemental abstract title of Whysall

Recites items 3 and 4 above, the mortgage transfer dated 12 December 1858 and the will of Joseph Taylor, who died on 6 August 1858. Also that White's loan had been fully discharged, that Joseph Taylor, the youngest child, had become 21 on 26 June 1863, and that Whysall had agreed to purchase the two Neather Breaches of about 3 acres for £240.

1858-1863

D517/BOX/R1/1a/7

Conveyance of two closes at Langley from Whysall late of Langley, joiner, but now of Newhall, and his mortagee to Alfred Miller Mundy

Consideration £255 to Whysall and £150 to Eggleshaw

10 Oct 1873

D517/BOX/R1/1b

(Langley 84) Title to three houses and three closes at Langley, bought of Messrs F C and H A Smith of Nottingham, bankers, by the trustees of the 1872 Settlement in 1889

 

1776-1889

D517/BOX/R1/1b/1

Copy (made in 1782) conveyance from Samuel Fletcher of Heanor, gent, brother and heir and deviace in will of Goodere Fletcher, lade of Heaor, dec; eldest son and heir to Robet Fletcher of Heanor, gent to John Wright of Nottinham, banker, of two freehold

Recites mortgage by Robert Fletcher, late father of Goodere and Samuel Fletcher, to Hugh Bateman of Derby, gent, securing £1,200 upon a farm and other lands at Stanton juxta Dale, occupied by William Birch, the yearly rent of £2 for a farm at Ripley occupied by John Shirland, 3s 4d for another farm in Ripley formerly occupied by William Phips, dec, 10s for a farm in Codnor successively occupied by John Woolley, Samuel Woolley and Mary Woolley, widow, £1 0s 8d for another farm in codnor, held by William Armefield and then by Samuel Woolley, 6s 8d for a close on which there was formerly a...

1776

D517/BOX/R1/1b/2

Conveyance from John Wright to Anthony Woodward of Heanor, malster, and Adam Woodward of Heanor, baker, trustee for Anthony, of the two freehold closes called the Branches, formerly in three parts occupied by Thomas Brownshire and then by Charles Lomas.

Consideration £300. Dated 16/17 January

Jan 1782

D517/BOX/R1/1b/3

Conveyance for Anthony Woodward to Adam Woodward

Consideration £300. Dated 29/30 September

Sep 1785

D517/BOX/R1/1b/4

Copy of Will and codicil of Adam Woodward

Charging his wife Phebe's £28 annuity in different portions upon the estates devised to his daughters Sophia Taylor, Jane and Phebe Woodward, £12 part upon the house occupied by James Holmes and the four Breaches. Will dated 26 Apil 1805 and codicil dated 19 February 1806 proved at Lichfield and Coventry Consistory Court by his wife and friends Thomas Howitt and John Taylor both of Heanor, 12 October 1808

1805 -1808

D517/BOX/R1/1b/5

Conveyance from Edward Gillott of Heanor, butcher, and his wife Martha, to John Jarfson of Heanor, Bricklayer, and George Brough of Heanor, Joiner, trustee for Jarfson

524 yards bounded by George Brough's land on the east, the Loscoe-Heanor road on the west, land which Bernard Prince bought from Gillott on the north and Gillott's remaining land on the south, being part of the land to Fletcher Bullivant and then sold to Gillott. Rentee of mortgage from Joe Turner of Smalley, farmer, to John Curzon of Derby, gent, dated 1 November 1805 and securing £285 10s upon certain properties; agreed reconveyance to Gillott and his wife for absolute sale to Jarfson. Considered £30 11s. Dated 2 September

2 Sep 1812

D517/BOX/R1/1b/6

Deed of convenant and final concord between John and Sophie Taylor and Thomas Cockayne of Derby

(see D517/BOX/R1/1a/1)

1 Aug 1823

D517/BOX/R1/1b/7

Copies Will and Codicil of John Taylor

Settling annuity of £12 upon his wife out of his own and William Taylor's houses and 6 acres in the Top Croft. Long Close and Break Piece devised to his son John; to his son William (baptised at Heanor 28 April 1806) went the home of John Alton and 7 acres in three of the Breeches, and to his other son Joseph (baptised at Heanor 9 October 1814) the house of Thomas Lilly and the Common Piece, including the two Nether Breeches of 3 acres, the houses of Thomas Whiteman, John Bridge Senior, John Bridge Junior, John Fletcher, and 4 1/2 acres in the two Far Closes, with a road through John's and...

1825-1826

D517/BOX/R1/1b/8

Surrender and conveyance from Sophie Taylor, widow, to William Taylor of Langley, farmer

Whereby the widow surrendered her share of the estate in exchange for a sum of £50 and an annuity of £7. William having given up his association with Mary Steer to marry Mary Harrison of Radford the family released their interest in the properties which he would have inherited; William now occupied the house of Joseph Gibson

4 Dec 1834

D517/BOX/R1/1b/9

Grant of rent charge £7 fro the property by William Taylor to Sophie Taylor

 

5 Dec 1834

D517/BOX/R1/1b/10

Mortgage from William Taylor to Mark Attenborough of Heanor, victualler, securing £120#

Dated 5/6 December

Dec 1834

D517/BOX/R1/1b/11

Merger of Tithes upon 8 acres perch of land and cottages owned by Wiliam Taylor and occupied by John Osborne and others

Confirmed 30 December

Dec 1848

D517/BOX/R1/1b/12

Conveyance from William Taylor now of Pentrich, miller, to John Shorthose of Cotmanhay, wheelwright

Of the house now occupied by John Alton with the three Breeches and two house built upon them by Taylor and occupied by Alton's undertenants, free of the £7 annuity to Sophie, now married to William Spray, in exchange for £50 out of the purchase. Consideration £620.

10 Sep 1849

D517/BOX/R1/1b/13

Abstract title of Frederic Chatfield Smith and Henry Abel Smith

Recites item D517/BOX/R1/1b/12 above; an indenture dated 21 November 1872 made between John Shorthose, John Henry Shorthose of Cotmanhay, timber merchant, and Joseph Shorthose of Shipley, stating seisin of John Shorthose, who was desirous of settling upon his son, daughters and grandson, Viz. John Henry Shorthose, Sarah Willoughby, Elizabeth Shardlow and Joseph Shorthose. John Henry Shorthose died intestate on 18 January 1873 without marrying and so his father heir at law (letters of administration granted on 5 February 1873 being produced). An indenture dated 20 March 1873 between John...

1849-1888

D517/BOX/R1/1b/14

Conveyance from F C and H A Smith to Sir Henry Wilmot and Francis Nicholas Smith

Recites that Alfred Miller Mundy, late of Shipley Hall, made his Will on 23 September 1874, appointing Sir Henry Wilmot and Edward Hall and Alfred Edward Miller Mundy as executors. That part of his estates ere subject to an indenture of settlement dated 2 November 1872, in which Sir Henry Wilmot and Francis N Smith were trustees. That the testator gave the remainder of his estates whih were exempt from that settlement to the trustees, leaving them free for exchange for lands elsewhere at no incresed charge. That he died on March 1877. Three houses and closes (mineral rights reserved...

19 Nov 1889

D517/BOX/R1/2a

Settlement upon the marriage of Edward Miller Mundy with Frances Meynell.

 

1772

D517/BOX/R1/2a/1

Release made between Edward Miller Mundy, of Shipley, Esquire, son and heir of Edward Mundy, late of Shipley, Esq, dec, by Mester and Miller, John Lancaster of Bloomsbury Square, gent, and Henry Wilmot of Bloomsbury Square, Esq.

To estinguish entail remainders and reversions and limiting to Edward Miller Mundy, his heirs and assigns, the manor of Shipley in Heynor parish, the Hall and lands in Shipley, Ilkeston, Heynor, Mapperley, Kirk Hallam (with tenancies listed as at 1734). Dated 11/12 November, 13 Geo III.

Nov 1772

D517/BOX/R1/2a/2

Recovery

 

1772

D517/BOX/R1/2a/3

Settlement made between Edward Miller Mundy, Frances Maynell, widow and relict of Godfrey Meynell, nee Dealty, Frances Meynell Junior, aged 19.

Thomas Buckley of Preston and John Pinder of Owston, Lincs, trustees of the any children of the marriage, and Francis Noel Clarke Mundy of Marton, Derbyshire and Richard Lowe of Denby, trustees for the intended wife. Dated 18/19 December.

Dec 1772

D517/BOX/R1/2b

Appointment of Trustees made by Edward Miller Mundy

 

1785-1791

D517/BOX/R1/2b/1

Indenture made between Edward Miller Mundy, Thomas Pinder of Crookham, Newbury, Berks, and Daniel Parker Coke of Derby and John Radford of Smalley

Recites settlement of 1772, that the marriage was solemnized shortly afterwards but the wife had since died, leaving 5 sons and 1 daughter. Buckley and Pinder were also dead and the latter's nephew releases his interest in favour of the new trustees, Parker Coke and Radford. Lease and release, latter dated 5 May

1785

D517/BOX/R1/2b/2

Conveyance from Mundy to Parker Coke and Radford of an estate in Owlgreaves to the uses of the settlement

Recites sale of other properties at Langley to Cornelius Brough of Langley for £3,000 and transfer of this sum to Mundy in exchange for properties purchased at £4,584 in Oldgreaves, alias Owlgreaves

27 Oct 1785

D517/BOX/R1/2b/3

Conveyance from Mundy to Parker Coke and Radford of Property at Oldgreaves, Smalley and Mapperley to the uses of the settlement

Recites sale of property at Maithfield to George Oldham of Derby, currier, for £2,100 and transfer of this sum to Mundy in exchange for properties at £1,400 and £1,825 on 28 and 29 September1789 William Greves of Cornhill, London, late Bersham, sussex, surviving assigns of John Barber, late of Weddington, Warwiks, and then Drayton, Leicestershire, miner and coal dealer

5 Apr 1791

D517/BOX/R1/2c

Settlement upon the marriage of Edward Miller Mundy Junior with Nelly Barton

 

1800

D517/BOX/R1/2c/1

Release

 

1800

D517/BOX/R1/2c/2

Recovery

 

1800

D517/BOX/R1/2c/3

Settlement made between Edward Miller Mundy Senior, Edward Miller Mundy Junior, his eldest son, James Barton Senior of Penwortham, Lancs, and Nelly Barton, spinster, 19

Francis Mundy of Markeaton and John Radford Junior of Smalley, trustees for the estate, Jame Barton Junior, of Patna in the East Indies and William Coke of Brookhill, trustees for any children of the marriage, Charles Mundy of Markeaton, and the Rev. John Dolphin of Ryford, Glos, trustees for the intended wife.

5 Mar 1800

D517/BOX/R2

Box II - Deeds

 

1727-1895

D517/BOX/R2/1a

Settlement made between Edward Miller Mundy, Catherine Barwell of Bognor, Sussex, and Montayn Square, Middlesex, widow, Thomas Davison Bland, of Kippax, Yorks, Henry Gally, Knight, of Langold, Yorks, Nathaniel Hastings Middleton, of Charles Street, St James

 

18 Oct 1811

D517/BOX/R2/1b

Settlement of Edward Miller Mundy Junior as successor to Edward Miller Mundy senior

 

1822

D517/BOX/R2/1b/1

Release

 

14 June 1822

D517/BOX/R2/1b/2

Recovery

Dated Trinity Term in the third year of the reign of George IV

1822

D517/BOX/R2/1b/3

Appointment made between Edward Miller Mundy of Walton on Trent and Edward Miller Mundy the younger of Christ Church, University of Oxford

Mentions issue of Edward and Nelly the said Edward younger and ten other children

22 Mar 1822

D517/BOX/R2/2a

(Shipley 67) Title from 1727 of a house and lands at Olgreaves purchased from Samuel Fletcher in 1785 but not free of annuities until 1789

 

1727-1789

D517/BOX/R2/2a/1

Copy Will of Goodere Fletcher

Giving to his servant Ann Mapples a life interest in a house and orchard on Langley Common occupied by Thomas Osborne and an annuity of £10, with another annuity of £20 to six-year old Eleanor Mapples, the remaining property going for life only, without waste , to his brother Samuel for the use of the latter's eldest son Samuel and the other children of his wife Mary.

3 Jul 1767

D517/BOX/R2/2a/2

Copy assignment by indenture between (i) John and Thomas Wright. (ii) Samuel Fletcher brother to Goodere (iii) the Rt Hon George Harry, Earl of Stamford, (Iv) Thomas Pares the Elder of Leicester and Robert Evans of Nottingham.

Reciting that by an order dated 20 April 1773 the Chancery Court had certified and confirmed John Burnham to be the best purchaser of Stanton Lots 1 and 2 at £6,220 and £850 respectively. Dated 31 May.

1776

D517/BOX/R2/2a/3

Copy Grant of Mines by lease and release from (i) Samuel Fletcher, brother of Goodere, (ii) William Fletcher, Samuel's eldest son and also borther and heir of Mary Fletcher, spinster, dec., Robert and Goodere Fletcher, Samuel's other sons, and Edward Gr

Reciting a Mortgage by release dated 9 Decemer 1735 from Robert Fletcher to Hugh Bateman of Derby, securing £1,200 upon the Stanton and other estates, descent of the property through Goodere, died on 9 March 1770 after the eldest Samuel 7 just before the birth of another of the same name, the Decree and Orders in Chancery dated 8 March 1774, 14 February, 17 November and 9 December 1774, 26 June 1775 and 27 March 1776, the latter mentioning that Samuel Fletcher had refused to make over £958 3s 8d in rents upon the unsold remainder of his brother's property and beoing unable to pay he was...

Jul 1777

D517/BOX/R2/2a/4

Copy conveyance of Mine shares by lease and release from (i) William and Elizabeth Fletcher, Samuel Fletcher, the youngest brother, Robert and Mary Fletcher, Goodere Fletcher, Edward Green and Elizabeth Fletcher, their sister Ann and her husband Thomas H

Reciting a Deed Poll, an Award dated 1 April 1784 by John Radford and Christopher Colclough to John Sutton, stating that William wasseized of one-tenth part of the one-third share in the mines granted by the Indenture dated 24 July 1777, of those of Goodere's properties still unsold and, being heir to his sister Mary and their youngest brother Samuel, of another two-tenth parts of the mine, Robert, Goodere, Elizabeth, Anne, Sarah, and their husbands each holding one-tenth, all of them subject to the outstanding debts and annuities, and that John Sutton had agreed to pay £200 for each of...

Jan 1785

D517/BOX/R2/2a/5

Chirograph Indenture of Fine between (i) John Sutton, gent, plaintiff, (ii) William and Elizabeth Fletcher, Robert and Mary Fletcher, Goodere Fletcher, Edward Green and Elizabeth Fletcher, Thomas and Ann Hall, and George and Sarah Radford.

Securing to Sutton eight of the ten parts of one-third of the mines under 200 acres in Heynor and Pinxton. Dated Hilary Term, in the 25th year of the reign of George III

1785

D517/BOX/R2/2a/6

Proposition in respect of the above transaction (D517/BOX/R2/2a/7)

 

1785

D517/BOX/R2/2a/7

Copy conveyance other mine shares from (i) Thomas Fletcher, youngest son, Peter Webster of Ilkeston, yeoman, his wife Kitty, daughter of Goodere Fletcher's brother Samuel, to (ii) John Sutton and John Harrison.

Reciting that Thomas was seized of one-tenth share in the mines granted by the leae of 1777 and Peter Webster and his wife of another, for which Sutton had agreed to pay £200 and £300 respectively, thus obtaining the outstanding two-tenths part of the one-third share in the Owlgreaves Mines. Dated 4/5 April.

Apr 1785

D517/BOX/R2/2a/8

Chirograph Indenture of Fine between (i) John Sutton, plaintiff, and (ii) Peter Webster and his wife Katherine, deforceants.

Securing to Sutton their one-tenth share in one-third of the mines. Dated Easter Term in the 25th year of the reign of George III

1785

D517/BOX/R2/2a/10

Grant of annuity interest by Indenture of Release from (i) Joseph Pywell of Littleover, farmer, his wife Eleanor (nee Mapples) to (ii) Edward Miller Mundy, whereby Mundy contracted to purchase her £20 annuity for £200

 

6 Apr 1789

D517/BOX/R2/2a/11

Chirograph Indenture of Fine relating to a house, two barns, two stables, two cow houses, a garden and orchard, and 50 acres of land in Owlgreaves

Dated Trinity Term in the 29th year of the reign of George III

1789

D517/BOX/R2/2a/12

Abstract of title to property in Owlgreaves, purchased by Edward Miller Mundy from Samuel Fletcher in 1785 (No 3).

Recites Settlement by Indenture of lease and release dated 19/20 May 1727. betwenn Robert Fletcher, his wife Katherine, (ii) John Fletcher, John watson and John Heron, in consideration of the marriage already affect between Robert Fletcher and Katherine the considerable fortune in money and lands brought by her and requiring a jointure in case she survived, whereupon (ii) obtained the house in Heanor occupied by Richard and Johnson together with Limekiln Close, Round Meadow, Rowland Close, two Tansey Crofts, High Field, Thistle Close, two Oxpastures, Broad Meadow, White Close and other...

1727-1822

D517/BOX/R2/2b

(Shipley 68) Owlgreaves Coal and Collieries, purchased by Miller Mundy from John Sutton in 1785

 

1727-1785

D517/BOX/R2/2b/1

Grant of one-third of the coals and collieries in Owlgreaves from John Sutton and John Harrison to Edward Miller Mundy

In consideration of £1,024 and a life annuity of £40 payable to Samuel Fletcher securing the whole one-third part in the Owlgreaves mine inherited by John Fletcher of Stainsby House, Horsley, and Robert Fletcher of Smalley, namely in the Rough Close, Sough Pitt Close, Oak Tree Close, Park close, near Channel Close, farr Channel Close, farr Paddock Close, farr Barn Meanow, Upper Dumble, the fields mentioned in an indenture of 1727 and Barrel Field, the Close next the Mill, Water Close, Square Close and all the other properties in Heanor which had been inherited from Charles Low Esq.

15 Jun 1785

D517/BOX/R2/2b/2

Abstract (no. 4) title of Edward Miller Mundy

Recites partition of estate and minerals by indenture dated 17 May 1727 made between John Fletcher and his wife Sarah, Robert Fletcher and his wife Katherine, Henry Franceys of Derby, gent, John Wilson of Heanor, James and Thomas Booth, both of Heage, yeomen, and Richard Woodhouse of Derby, yeoman, stating John and Robert Fletcher to be jointly seized of Owlgreaves Mansion, together with Chaldings Close, the three Broom Closes, Sough Close, Broad Oak Close, The Floated Close, Older House Close, Heifer Close, the Park, two Barn Crofts, an Orchard, Paddock, pitt field, Gregory Dimples, Lime...

1727-1785

D517/BOX/R2/2c

(Shipley 69) Oldgreaves estate, purchased by Edward Miller Mundy from the Rev Henry Swindell in 1789

 

1773-1789

D517/BOX/R2/2c/1

Conveyance from John Barber of Stainsby, nephew and devises of John Fletcher of Stainsby, Esq, surviving son and heir of John Fletcher of Stainsby, gent, and also surviving brother and heir to Robert Fletcher, the eldest son, to the Rev H. T. Swindell of

of the house in Oldgreaves with it's appurtenances and the Nether Dumble (2a 2r op), the near or Little Heifer Close (3a 1r 1p), far Heifer Close (5a or 4p), Bricklin Close (9a 1r 17 1/2p), Square Close (5a or 27p), Seven Acre Close (6a 3r 16p), Weather Close (4a 3r 17 1/2p), Aldred or Older House Close (5a 0r 3p), occupied by Thomas Smith and Mark Dennis, with a moitey of one half of Barber's seats or pews in the church or access through his remaining property in the near Channel Close and Park Close, reserving the mineral rights to Barber upon his paying 40s per year per acre so worked...

1773

D517/BOX/R2/2c/2

Conveyance from Swindell to Edward Miller Mundy

Consideration £1,400

6 Apr 1789

D517/BOX/R2/2c/3

Abstract (No. 5) title of Edward Miller Mundy to lands in Oldgreaves.

Refers to a shedule containing all deeds in Abstract No.2 in Box 2a 1/15 from its commencement up to the release of 2 April 1767, except the two fines of Michaelmas Term in the 6th and 23rd years of the reign of George II, the Will of Robert Fletcher dated 8 July 1742 and that of John Fletcher dated 4 May 1765.

1773-1789

D517/BOX/R2/2d

Old deeds relating to Shipley and not given up to Mr Bateman

Shares and leases of Oldgreaves Mine

1727-1785

D517/BOX/R2/2d/1

Articles of partnership between John and Robert Fletcher

 

18 May 1727

D517/BOX/R2/2d/2

Counterpart conveyance one-third part in the coal mines in Oldgreaves from John and Robert Fletcher to Francis Barber

 

23 Nov 1727

D517/BOX/R2/2d/3

Articles of copartnership in Oldgreaves Mines between John and Robert Fletcher and Francis Barber

 

24 Nov 1727

D517/BOX/R2/2d/4

Lease of Oldgreaves Farm for 7 years from John Barber to Samuel Clay

 

17 Mar 1774

D517/BOX/R2/2d/5

Lease of Collieries at Oldgreaves, Morley and Horsley from John Barber to George and James Goodwin

 

23 Jun 1774

D517/BOX/R2/2d/6

Assignment in lease of collieries in Oldgreaves, Morley and Horsley from George and James Goodwin with Barber's consent to Samuel Barraclough

 

27 Aug 1778

D517/BOX/R2/2d/7

Surrender of lease of mines in Oldgreaves from Barraclough, with Barber's consent to Edward Miller Mundy

 

25 Mar 1779

D517/BOX/R2/2d/8

Copy conveyance of an estate in Heanor lately belonging to Goodere Fletcher, and assignment of Messrs Wright's mortgage from Samuel Fletcher and others to John Sutton and his trustee

 

28 Jul 1785

D517/BOX/R2/3

Miscellaneous property transactions in Shipley

 

1851-1895

D517/BOX/R2/3/1

(Shipley 57) Merger of Tithes

Merger of the smaller Tithes upon 2,080 acres 1 rood 0 perches land (tabulated), prepared by Edward Miller Mundy on 8 September 1848, confirmed by the commisioners on 5 September 1851 and settled on 16 September 1851.

1848-1851

D517/BOX/R2/3/2

(Shipley 106) Conveyance of land behind Shipley Schools

Conveyance from (i) Sir Henry Wilmot Bt of Chaddesden Hall, Francis Nicholas Smith of Wingfield Park, (ii) Alfred Edward Miller Mundy and (iii) and the Ilkeston Local Board, whereby the latter obtained 1r 31p of land behind Shipley Schools. Consideration £133 2s 6d.

4 Feb 1879

D517/BOX/R2/3/3

(Shipley 145) Conveyance

Convey from (i) the Midland Railway Company to (ii) Alfred Edward Miller Mundy, (ii) Sir Henry Wilmot Bt and Francis Nicholas Smith, formerly of Chaddesden but now of Wingfield Park, his trustees, whereby the railway company sold to Mundy 3 1/2p of land acquired as plot 4 under its Additional Powers Act of 1875, reserving the minerals. Consideration £5. Dated 12 May.

1888

D517/BOX/R2/3/4

(Shipley 107) Convyeance of part of Eastwood Glebe land

Conveyance from (i) the Rev Henry Western Plumptre, Rector of Eastwood, (ii) the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, (iii) Charles John Plumptre of Tredville, Kent, Patron of the living, to iv Alfred Edward Miller Mundy, whereby Mundy obtained 13 perches of Eastwood Glebe land in the Brown Hollows [through which the attached plan indicates that he intended to divert the River Erewash, the undeclared purpose being to make room for the restored railway connection between Shipley Collieries and the Erewash Canal - see C.S. Smith's evidence to the Parliamentary enquiry on the closure of...

1895

D517/BOX/R3

Box III - Deeds

 

1815-1899

D517/BOX/R3/1

(Mapperley 80) Deeds relating to messuages and gardens in Mapperley

 

1847-1899

D517/BOX/R3/2

(Mapperley 60) Deeds relating to Mapperley Estate formerly E W Hunloke

 

1815

D517/BOX/R3/3

(Mapperley 61) Mortgages for Mapperley properties [1698-] 1817-1873

Mortgages of property belonging to Edward Miller Mundy in Mapperley once belonging to Sir Henry Hunloke and to Joseph Clarke, his wife and others, and reconveyance to the uses of the 1872 settlement

1817-1873

D517/BOX/R3/3/1

Abstract title of Edward Miller Mundy to property in Mapperley purchased from Sir Henry Hunloke

20 January 1698 - Michaelmas Term in the 58th year of the reign of George III (1817). And to premises bought of John Clarke, his wife and others for £4,200: 6 and 7 November 1817; subsquent recovery in Michaelmas Term in the 58th year of the reign of George III (1817).

early-mid 19th cent

D517/BOX/R3/4

(Mapplerley 82) Abstract of title and deeds relating to an estate in Mapperley

 

1818-1866

D517/BOX/R3/5

(Mapperley 85) Conveyance and title deeds to a house and shop at Mapperley, Sir Robert Bancroft to Sir Henry Wilmot Baronet

 

1844-1882

D517/BOX/R4

Box IV - Deeds

 

1691-1888

D517/BOX/R4/2/2

Abstract title of Christopher Lowe Smith, William Smith, Moses Mason and Mrs Mary Smith to six houses and land at Mapperley

Recites Indenture dated 26 December 1776 between (i) John Sutton of West Hallam, gent, and (ii) Ben Taylor of Mapperley, Coal Miner, whereby (i) bargained and sold to (ii) for sum on £40 a house and coalhouse with garden fenced out from adjoining croft (which croft agreed purchased by Christopher Lowe from John Sutton) and occupied by Robert Derbyshire. Also Indenture 10 April 1795 between (i) Taylor and (ii) John Lowe of Mapperley , labourer, whereby (i) bargained by and sold to (ii) for sum of £75, 10s same property, then occupied by Josh Briggs. Also Will of John Lowe, now of Ilkeston...

1776-1881

D517/BOX/R4/2/3

Supplemental abstract title of Christopher Lowe to land in Mapperley, 26 December 1776.

Recites Indenture dated 26 December 1776 between (i) John Sutton and (ii) Christopher Lowe, whereby (i) bargained and sold to (ii) for sum of £30 a parcel of land in Mapperley in possession of (ii) except small piece adjoining house occupied by Robt Derbyshire, agreed for purchase by Ben Taylor.

1776

D517/BOX/R4/2/5

Statutory declaration in support of title of Christopher Lowe and others for sale to executors of the late Alfred Miller Mundy.

I, John Lowe of Gallows Inn declare that (i) am the son of Christopher Lowe of Ilkeston, Maltster, who died on 4 June 1845. and am now aged 78, well acquainted with the six houses [mentioned above], two of which his father inherited from his mother Ann in 1834 under terms of his father's will and the other four he built on land belonging. Details of the surviving inheritors as in abstract.

1883

D517/BOX/R4/2/6

Sucession duty payable on property of Martha Smith, who died 2 September 1869.

 

1869

D517/BOX/R4/2/7

Agreement right to production of documents in sale from Christopher Lowe Smith and others to Sir Henry Wilmot Bt and another

 

 

D517/BOX/R4/2/8

Conveyance of six houses at Mapperley

Six houses occupied by Samuel Flint, William Hewitt, Humphrey Hart, Arthur Day, John Flint and Isaac Moon, bounded on N and W by properties of Alfred Edward Miller Mundy and on E and part S by those of Mrs Moon and the main street of Mapperley from (i) Christopher Lowe Smith of Nottingham, fitter, (ii) Ann Rickling of Peach Terrace, Mansfield Road, Nottingham, widow (iii) William Smith of Ilkeston, solicitor's clerk, (iv) Mary Smith of Ilkeston, spinster, (v) Moses Mason of Ilkeston, Tallow chandler, to (vi) Sir Henry Wilmot of Chaddesden Hall, Bt., M.P. Edward Hall of 11 West Cromwell...

13 Dec 1883

D517/BOX/R5

Box V - Deeds and legal papers

 

1630-1855

D517/BOX/R5/1

Merton Abbey Estate legal case papers relating to land tax

 

1844-1854

D517/BOX/R5/2

Merton rentals and rent receipts

 

1845-1855

D517/BOX/R5/3

Legal papers relating to Mrs Mansfield's marriage settlement

 

1815-1854

D517/BOX/R5/4

Sales particulars for a freehold estate situate in the parish of St Werbergh, Derby

A messuage, house, former malt house, stable, yard and garden in the occupation of John Johnson and a house called the Apple House with an orchard and garden in the occupation of Ann Walton.

1820

D517/BOX/R5/5

Abstract of title / extracts from title deeds relating to lands in Windmill Hill and Windmill Pit Field, Derby

 

1736-1738

D517/BOX/R5/6

Marriage Settlement of John Mundy, son of Francis Mundy and Anne Coke, daughter of Sir Francis Coke

 

1630

D517/BOX/R5/7

Deed of conveyance for lands in Allestree between

Parties: (1) Francis Mundy, (2) Gilbert Mundy, (3) Samuel Pole

1688

D517/BOX/R6

Box VI - Deeds

 

1587-1904

D517/BOX/R6/1

(Smalley 98) Conveyance of an estate in Smalley

Henry Bromley Esq and John Gisborne Esq and wives and trustees to Edward Miller Mundy Esq

25 Mar 1797

D517/BOX/R6/4

(Smalley 149) Conveyance of an estate of Riddesley inthe Liberty of Smalley and parish of Morley

Sacheverell Pole Esq to Edward Miller Mundy Esq

5 Apr 1799

D517/BOX/R6/5

(Smalley 167a) Conveyance under the Ecclesiastical Leasing Acts of hereditaments in the parish of Smalley to the uses of the Settlement of 2 Nov 1872

The Rev J B Charlesworth with the approval of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England and Consent of the Patron to E K Hall and A W Hartopp Esquires

16 Feb 1905

D517/BOX/R6/6

(Heanor 88) Conveyance and incidental documents relating to land at Heanor

Samuel Cave Tomlinson, Hugh Browne and others to Alfred Miller Mundy

1876

D517/BOX/R6/7

(Heanor 47) Deeds relating to the Rectory of Heanor

 

1587-1827

D517/BOX/R6/8

(Heanor 90) Conveyance of a piece of land at Heanor

William Day to Sir Henry Wilmot Baronet and others

1888

D517/BOX/R6/9

(Heanor 91) Houses on Heanor Common

Title deeds to two houses on Heanor Common purchased of William Glassbrook to the uses of the 1872 Settlement.

1803-1883

D517/BOX/R6/9/1

Feoffment piece of land on Heanor Common: Messrs Sutton and Bullivant to G. Matthews and his trustee

 

29 Jul 1803

D517/BOX/R6/9/2

Settlement of real estate and assignment of effects from George Matthews and his trustee to Thomas Garner and Gervase Matthews

 

21 Mar 1815

D517/BOX/R6/9/3

Feoffment by way of mortgage of piece of land and premises at Heanor, securing £60 and interest: Garner, Matthew and others to C. D. Shilton in trust for Mrs Frances Jones

 

20 Nov 1819

D517/BOX/R6/9/4

Declaration of the uses of an estate and premises: George Matthews to C. D. Shilton

 

22 Nov 1819

D517/BOX/R6/9/5

Appointment of plot of land, stable and premises upon trust: G. Matthews and wife to William Glassbrook and trustee

 

2 Jan 1823

D517/BOX/R6/9/6

Conveyance equity of redemption and premises at hassock Lane, Heanor, from C. D. Shilton, at the direction of John Hartshorn and his wife, to William Glassbrook and his trustee

 

25 Mar 1828

D517/BOX/R6/9/7

Probate of Will of William Glassbrook of Marlpool

 

9 Aug 1861

D517/BOX/R6/9/8

Mortgage of two houses land and hereditments at Marlpool, securing £100 and interest: John Clay and William Glassbrook

 

3 Aug 1861

D517/BOX/R6/9/9

Further charge on land etc. at Marlpool, securing £50 and interest: John Clay and William Glassbrook

 

12 Sep 1862

D517/BOX/R6/9/10

Conveyance two houses, land etc. at Marlpool and assignment of annuity charged on same: John Clay and Sarah Glassbrook to William Glassbrook

 

12 Oct 1863

D517/BOX/R6/9/11

Abstract title of John Clay to freehold land and houses

29 July 1803 - 25 March 1828

1803-1828

D517/BOX/R6/9/12

Supplementary abstract of title William Glassbrook to two houses at Hassock Lane

14 August 1852 - 12 October 1863

1852-1863

D517/BOX/R6/9/13

Conveyance to two houses on Heanor Common to the uses of 1872 Settlement. William Glassbrook to Sir Henry Wilmot Bt.

 

26 Dec 1883

D517/BOX/R7

Box VII - Deeds: Heanor

The box includes some [medieval?] seal fragments which do not match any of the documents in the box.

1636-1908

D517/BOX/R7/1

(Heanor and Langley 48) Ancient deeds - Dunstead Coal

 

1636-1711

D517/BOX/R7/2

Heanor Enclosure, Common Rights, etc.

 

1790-1827

D517/BOX/R7/2/1

Act for Dividing and Inclosing certain Commons or Waste Grounds within the Lordships or Liberties of Heanor and Codnor, in the Parish of Heanor

Dated 31st year of the reign of George III

6 June 1791

D517/BOX/R7/2/2

Grant and conveyance to Edward Miller Mundy by purchase in the sum of £572 of common rights to which Francis Tantum the younger of Heanor, gent, entitled to right of ownership

Includes the following estate in Heanor, all in the occupation of the said Francis Tantum:

Upper Smithy Coates - 4 acres 2 roods 10 perches;

Stone Quarry Close - 4 acres 3 roods 12 perches;

Granser Close - 2 acres 3 roods 4 perches;

Barn Close - 8 acres 3 roods 9 perches;

Nether Smithy Coates - 4 acres 1 roods 8 perches;

Nether Barn Close - 6 acres 0 roods 3 perches;

Brook Pingle - 1 acres 0 roods 36 perches;

Far Calf Close - 5 acres 2 roods 29 perches;

Near Calf Close - 6 acres 0 roods 21 perches;

Wet Meadow - 1 acres 0 roods 4 perches;

Wood - 8 acres 3 roods 39 perches;

Fall...

5 Apr 1792

D517/BOX/R7/2/3

Similar purchase for £261 of rights to which Joseph Crammer of Codnor Breach, gent, and his trustee William Cutts of Nottingham, gent, entitled in the respect of estate in Langley

Great Dunstead Close - 11 acres 0 roods 4 perches;

Little Dunstead Close - 4 acres 1 rood 55 perches;

North Nether Dunstead Close - 6 acres 0 roods 21 perches;

Middle Dunstead Close - 5 acres 2 roods 32 perches;

South Dunstead Close - 5 acres 1 rood 29 perches;

The Lane - 1 acres 0 roods 0 perches;

with guaranteed access to the following deeds relating to above estate and common rights; indenture dated 9 and 10 July 1790 between Katherine Bullivant of Langley, spinster, only daughter, devisee and executrix of John Bullivant, late of Langley, gent, Fletcher Bullivant of Swathingcote...

5 Apr 1792

D517/BOX/R7/2/4

Similar purchase for £594 of rights to which John Sutton, late of Kirk Hallam but then of Heanor, gent, and his trustee, John Harrison of Derby, gent, entitled in the respect of estate in Heanor

House etc., yard, garden and orchard; Long Close; Shoulder of Mutton Close; The Flatts or Flates; Little Starth; Pasture or Deans Close, 27 acres, and Hawley's or Summer House Farm, formerly the Hayes, 37 acres. With access to the following deeds relating to above estate and common rights; indenture dated 23 and 24 July 1777 between Samuel Fletcher, William, Robert, Goodere and Edward Green Fletcher, John Bullivant and Anthony Tissington; indenture dated 11 and 12 January 1785 between William and Elizabeth, Robert and Mary, Goodere, Edward Green and Elizabeth Fletcher, Thomas and Ann Hall...

5 Apr 1792

D517/BOX/R7/2/5

Similar purchase for £206 5s of rights to which Henry Greatorex of Great Thurlow, Suffolk, gent, entitled in respect of estate in Heanor and Langley

House, garden, orchard and croft in the possession of John Wilton and four other houses with gardens occupied by Thomas Tantum, John Hufton, John Wright and Christopher Shardlow Garden in the Lane; Owler Close; Flats Close Lane; Four Acre Close; Nether Close and Plantation; Upper Close and Pingle (heretofore called Broad Close, Upper Oulers, Nether Oulers and Heanor Lane, otherwise Carter Lane) 26 acres 1 rood 8 perches. All in of possession of John Pynegar with access...

5 Apr 1792

D517/BOX/R7/2/6

Similar purchase for £184 8s of rights to which George Hodgkinson of Felley Mills, miller, entitled in the respect of estate at Milnhay

House etc., Calf Croft Close against the house, Little Close, Upper Close, Long Close, Close against Hunt's Nether Close Lane, Langley Meadow, Milnhay Croft, Carbrook Meadow, 25 acres 2 roods 20 perches. Lately occupied by John Raynor. [Consequent allotment No.92, 3 acres 3 roods 11 perches, and 93, 29 perches.]

5 Apr 1792

D517/BOX/R7/2/7

Similar purchase for £84 of rights to which Thomas Bingley of Mansfield, baker, his wife Ann, Jonathan Horsley of Mansfield, cordwainer, and his wife Mary, James Parsons of Skegby, bricklayer, and his wife Catherine, Henry Taylor of Mansfield, butcher, w

Whole or part of house, garden, orchard, yard etc., occupied by John Manners and then by Henry Shaw with Upper Croft, Nether Croft, Hillocky Close 13 acres. [Consequent allotment No.94, 2 acres 2 roods 24 perches].

5 Apr 1792

D517/BOX/R7/2/8

Similar purchase for £20 of rights to which the Proprietors of the Erewash Canal entitled in respect of the house and water corn mill called Langley Mill.

[Consequent allotment No.95, 2 roods 13 perches].

5 Apr 1792

D517/BOX/R7/2/9

Notebook survey of ancient inclosures in Heanor (numbered 40-318) and of the allotments at Heanor and Codnor [which tally in number and detail in those set out in the Enclosure Award]

[318 plots were also marked out by S. H. Surplice on his plan of the Township at Nottinghamshire Archives, Charlton Papers, Ref. DD/CH/33/50]

1827

D517/BOX/R7/3

(165 and 166) Acts of Parliament

Acts of Parliament for Ilkeston and Heanor Water Act 1901 and Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Tramways 1908

1901-1908

D517/BOX/R8

Box VIII - Marriage Settlement

 

 

D517/BOX/R8/1

Marriage settlement of Sir Edward Dering [5th Baronet] with Elizabeth Henshaw

 

[1727-1728]

D517/BOX/R9

Box IX - Deeds, wills and settlements

 

1772-1891

D517/BOX/R9/1

(Settlements 71) Duplicates of settlements [marriage settlements of Edward Miller Mundy and his eldest daughter Frances]

Settlements and Assignments of sums thereby secured upon the marriages of Edward Miller Mundy and of Miss Frances Mundy, his eldest daughter

1772-1795

D517/BOX/R9/1/1

Settlement upon the intended marriage of Edward Miller Mundy with Miss Frances Mynell, upon the manor and estate of Shipley and other properties In Heanor and Langley and at Maithfield (Mayfield), Staffs

 

19 Dec 1772

D517/BOX/R9/1/2

Settlement upon the intended marriage of the Rt Hon Charles Fitzroy with Frances Mundy, eldest daughter of Edward Miller Mundy

 

19 Jun 1795

D517/BOX/R9/1/3

Assignment of £1,600, part of the £8,000 secured by settlement, from Frances Mundy to Edward Miller Mundy

 

19 Jun 1795

D517/BOX/R9/1/4

Assignment of £2,000, bequest by the late Lady Middleton, from Frances Mundy to Edward Miller Mundy

 

19 Jun 1795

D517/BOX/R9/2

(Probates 43) Probate of wills

Probate Wills of Georgiana, Lady Middleton, [second wife of Edward Miller Mundy I], Edward Miller Mundy II, and Edward Miller Mundy III

1789-1849

D517/BOX/R9/2/1

Probate Will (dated 1 March 1788) of Georgiana, Lady Middleton, [second wife of Edward Miller Mundy I]

 

15 Jul 1789

D517/BOX/R9/2/2

Probate Will and Codicils of Edward Miller Mundy II

 

4 Aug 1835

D517/BOX/R9/2/3

Probate Will and two Codicils of Edward Miller Mundy III

Dated 11 August 1849. Registered in Nutbrook Canal books by B. Frear on 28 January 1851 and in those of the Midland Railway by J. Fox Bell on 6 February 1857 (No.611).

1849-1857

D517/BOX/R9/3

(Settlements 72, 74, 110)

Settlement between Alfred Miller Mundy and his son Alfred Edward Miller Mundy, assignment of interest by Charles Francis Miller Mundy and appointment of new trustees.

1872-1891

D517/BOX/R9/3/1

Disentailing deed on Shipley and other properties between Alfred Miller Mundy, Alfred Edward Miller Mundy, Sir Henry Wilmot and Francis Nicholas Smith

 

2 Nov 1872

D517/BOX/R9/3/2

Settlement upon Shipley and other properties between the parties above

 

2 Nov 1872

D517/BOX/R9/3/3

Probate Will and Codicil of Alfred Miller Mundy

 

14 May 1877

D517/BOX/R9/3/4

Disentailing deed, conveyance and assignment of interest of Charles Francis Miller Mundy in the estates of Edward and Alfred Miller Mundy from C. F. Miller Mundy

With consent of of Alfred Edward Miller Mundy, to Sir Henry Sacheverell Wilmot in trust for A. E. Miller Mundy

31 Jul 1880

D517/BOX/R9/3/5

Appontment by Alfred Edward Miller Mundy of Edward Kirkpatrick Hall and Aleck William Hartopp to be new trustees in place of Sir Henry Sacheverell Wilmot and Francis Nicholas Smith

 

28 May 1891

D517/BOX/R9/4

(Settlements 83) Marriage settlement for John Rooper and Miss Bonser

Settlements upon the marriage John Rooper with Miss Bonser, Edward Miller Mundy being trustee

1776

D517/BOX/R9/4/1

Settlement upon property in Berkhampstead, Herts, upon the marriage of John Rooper with Miss Bonser

John Trevor of Glyndale, Sussex and Edward Miller Mundy being trustees

5 Jun 1776

D517/BOX/R9/4/2

Cross settlement between Miss Bonser and Mr Rooper

Thomas Halsey of Great Galsden, Herts, and William Fitzherbert of Tissington as trustees

5 Jun 1776

D517/BOX/R9/5

(Shipley 65) Mortgages of Hall and Estate, conveyances affecting settlement etc.

[1682-] 1830-1888

1830-1888

D517/BOX/R9/5/1

Abstract No.1 (1882) title of Edward Miller Mundy, his son and grandson to the manor and mansion of Shipley and lands in Smalley, Mapperley, Heanor, Ilkeston and Kirk Hallam. 1 October 1682 - January 1823.

 

1682-1823

D517/BOX/R9/5/2

Lease for a year and transfer of mortgage (securing £23,000) from Mrs Elizabeth Bateman, at request Edward Miller Mundy Senior and Junior, to William and Samuel Evans

 

6 Aug 1830-7 Aug 1830

D517/BOX/R9/5/3

Further mortgage from Edward Miller Mundy Senior and Junior to william and Samuel Evans. Securing a further £14,000. Dated 16 December.

 

16 Dec 1833

D517/BOX/R9/5/4

Receipt for £5,959 9s paid by Alfred Miller Mundy to T. W. and Samuel Evans due on mortgage

Including £98 14s 4d purchase money for land sold to Midland Railway co by deed dated 22 January 1855. Due on mortgage dated 16 December 1833 from the trustees of the late Edward Miller Mundy to the late William Evans, T. W. and Samuel Evans promising to reconvey on demand.

31 Mar 1863

D517/BOX/R9/5/5

Reconveyance to the uses of the 1872 settlement, discharged of the mortgage to Samuel Evans and the Executors of the late William Evans to Sir Henry Wilmot and F. N. Smith

 

16 Jan 1873

D517/BOX/R9/5/6

Conveyance of land along both sides of the railway north of Shipley Gate station from Alfred Edward Miller Mundy and others to the Midland Railway Company

 

1888

D517/BOX/R10

Box X - Deeds, maps and plans largely relating to Heanor Colliery mineral rights

 

1581-1853

D517/BOX/R10/1

Indenture for a messuage farm or tenament in Kirk Langley, William Knyvton of Bradley to Nicholas Grace and John Grace, brothers

 

5 July 1581

D517/BOX/R10/2

Grant of tithes from Hester Miller to Charles Lowe of Oldgreaves, Heanor

 

18 Oct 1715

D517/BOX/R10/3

Lease of a farm and lands in Mapperley, Edward Miller Mundy to Joseph and Elizabeth Clarke

 

1 Dec 1817

D517/BOX/R10/4

(Heanor? 28) M154 Mundy Settled Estates re. Charlton Minerals - old deeds received from Messrs Freeth Rawson & Co

 

1634-1658

D517/BOX/R10/5

Decree in Chancery for Heanor mineral rights, Charlton v Ward

 

20 Jun 1659

D517/BOX/R10/6

Depositions relating to the lordship of Oldgreaves labelled 'for Edward Mundy Esq'

 

late 17th cent

D517/BOX/R10/7

Depositions, Charleton et al contra Leche et al relating to mineral rights at Oldgreaves

 

30 Jul 1707

D517/BOX/R10/8

Abstract of title to the colliery at Heanor

Covers deeds and documents from 1542 to 1791

1824

D517/BOX/R10/9

Abstract of title to the collery at Heanor

Covers deeds and documents from 1542 to 1836

mid-19th cent

D517/BOX/R10/10-11

Two small plans

Plan showing the new house, the old house and Clay's house at Langley, early 19th cent; plan showing William Howet's cottage and house built by Mr Charlton, early-mid 19th cent.

early - mid 19th cent

D517/BOX/R10/12

Draft deed of mutual conveyances: release an dcovenants between the devisees in trust of the late E M Mundy Esq and Mr Charlton and the Butterley Company as to coal mines at Loscoe and elsewhere

 

12 July 1853

D517/BOX/R10/13

Draft lease of coal mines at Loscoe and elsewhere, Sir H S Wilmot and L K Hall Esq and J B Charlton Esq to the Butterley Company

 

13 Jul 1853

D517/BOX/R11

Box XI - Out of county deeds

 

1617-1867

D517/BOX/R11/1

(81) Conningham Trust - deeds relating to a house: 98 New Sydney Place, Bath

 

1808-1867

D517/BOX/R11/2

Deed for a messuage called The Holt, in the parish of Butterworth, Lancashire, James Scolfeild of Scolefeild in the parish of Ratchdale [Rochdale], Lancashire to Michael Butterworth of the parish of Little Haworth, Lancashire

 

20 Apr 1617

D517/BOX/R11/3

Bargain and sale of closes of land in Butterworth, John Whitiker of Butterworth, Lancashire and Raufe Whitiker, his son, to William Butterworth of Little Haworth, Lancashire

 

11 Aug 1621

D517/BOX/R11/4

Bargain and sale of nine messuages or tenaments in Stepney, London, adjoining onto the churchyard

Parties:


(1) Edmund Cordell, citizen and skinner of London, Anna his wife, daughter of Henry Bane, merchant tailor of London, deceased and sister and heir of Paul Bane, late of the University of Cambridge, Clerk, deceased, and Sarah Wardey of Twickenham, Middlesex, widow, daughter of Christopher Hargrave of London and Susan his wife, deceased, who was also one of the daughters of Henry Bane.


(2) George Nash, citizen and merchant tailor of London


Consideration: £520


Messuages or tenaments occupied by William Ambrose, Robert Tibballs, George Browne, Jasper Bowan, William Sulham...

15 Jun 1624

D517/BOX/R11/5

Deed for a half part of messuage or tenament in West Smithfield, parish of St Sepulchres, London

Hugh Hubbert to Henry Hudson. Recites earlier deed of 1587.

7 Jun 1646

D517/BOX/R11/6

Indenture relating to messuages and land in Dale Green, Wrotham, Wynfield and Plaxtol, all in Kent, Sir Nicholas Miller of Oxenhouth in the parish of West Peckham, Kent to William James of Ightam, Kent

 

1 Dec 1650

D517/BOX/R11/7

Contemporary copy of a Decree in Chancery relating to land in the parish of Sandon, Hertfordshire

Thompson Stubbing, plaintive and Miller & his wife, formerly Mary Franklyn, defendants

1660

D517/BOX/R11/8

Deed of declaration of trust of John Hardisty relating to messuages and lands in Cherington and Loxley, Warwickshire [now Gloucestershire] held in trust for the marriage settlement of Franklin Miller and his wife Jane

Reciting lease and release of [?2] February1687 [1688] and 2 May 1689. Deed dated 5 March in the second year of the reign of William and Mary 1689 [by modern calendar 1690]. Large parts illegible.

With letter inside from J. Hardisty to Franklyn Miller esquire, at Hidehall, Hertfordshire

5 Mar 1690

D517/BOX/R11/9

Lease from Sir Reginald Forster of Stratford upon Avon to William Ingram of Milend in the parish of Stepney of a close called Eastfield in Milend for 21 years at £25 per annum

 

30 Nov 1695

D517/BOX/R11/10

Copy will of Mary Miller, widow, of Hyde Hall, Sandon, Hertfordshire, dated 26 December 1698 and proved 25 June 1700

 

[c1710]

D517/BOX/R11/11

Deed to lead the uses of a fine of estates in Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire

The three daughters and coheirs of William Dealtry, Mildred Dealtry of Owston, Lincolnshire, Elizabeth Dealtry of Lincoln and Frances Meynell of Yeldersley, Derbyshire, widow, to John Mayer of Greys Inn, Middlesex

17 May 1760

D517/BOX/R11/12

Counterpart lease of messuage or tenament etc. known as the Three Cranes in the hamlet of Ratclife in the parish of St Dunstan's Stepney

Jane Miller of Greenwich, Kent, widow to Simon Avy of Stepney

18 Mar 1729

D517/BOX/R11/13

Marriage settlement of Agnes Needley of Lincoln and William Dealtry of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

 

19 Jul 1729

D517/BOX/R11/14

Lease of a close called Eastfields in Milend, Stepney

Franklin Miller of West Greenwich, Kent and Jane his wifte to Edward Edlerton of Whitechapel, Middlesex

26 Dec 1705

D517/BOX/R11/15

Tithe Commission Office form for remarks on the draft apportionment and map for Boscobel, Shropshire

 

mid 19th cent

D517/BOX/R12

Box XII - Deeds and draft legal papers (unlisted)

Includes copy of the probate of Dame Hester Newdigate, copy will of Henry Mundy, draft legal papers including marriage settlement for K J Wilmot Esq with Miss Mundy, transfers of Nutbrook Canal shares, brief for case at Derby Assizes in 1781, Bullivant v Howitt relating to the sale of an unsound black mare to work in a coal mine.

late 17th cent-late 19th cent

D517/BOX/R13

Box XIII - Deeds

 

 

D517/BOX/R13/1

Reconvenyance of estates at Kiddersley and Smalley in the parish of Morley, Arthur Edward Guest to Sir Henry Wilmot baronet

 

28 Aug 1878

D517/BOX/R13/2

(Kiddesley and Smalley 10) Mrs Chapman's Settlement Trustees £2000

 

[c1800]-1853

D517/BOX/R13/2/1

Abstract of the title of Edward Miller Mundy Esq to an estate at Smalley in the parish of Morley, purchased by him of Mr and Mrs Bromley and Mr and Mrs John Gisborne

Recites deeds from 1691 to 1796.

[c1800]

D517/BOX/R13/2/2

Abstract of the title of Edward Miller Mundy Esq to an estate at Kiddesley in the parish of Morley purchased by him of Sacheverel Pole Esq

Recites deeds from 1691-1796.

[c1800]

D517/BOX/R13/2/3

Supplemental abstract of the title of Edward Miller Mundy Esq to an estate at Kiddesley and Smalley

 

1827

D517/BOX/R13/2/4

Mortgage of the equity of redemption of an estate at Kiddesley and Smalley, Edward Miller Mundy to George Cox

With draft

8 Dec 1826

D517/BOX/R13/2/5

Mr Chambers's estimate of value of land included in morgage to Miss Bigsby

 

[c1800-c1825]

D517/BOX/R13/2/6

Transfer of mortgage in fee of an estate at Kiddelsey and Smalley, George Cox Esq to Alfred M Mundy Esq

 

21 Jan 1853

D517/BOX/R13/3

(11a) Release of estates at Mapperley in the parish of Kirk Hallam on discharge of a mortage for £4,100, Arthur Edward Guest and others to Sir Henry Wilmot baronet and Francis Nicholas Smith

 

1878

D517/BOX/R13/4

(Mapperley 11) Mrs Chapman's Settlement £4,100

 

1721-1827

D517/BOX/R13/5

Bundle of deeds

 

 

D517/BOX/R13/5/1-2

Indentures relating to property in Lancashire and Nottinghamshire

Parties:

(1) Sir John Biron [Byron] of Newsteed [Newstead], Nottinghamshire, the elder, and Sir John Biron [Byron] of Ryton, Lancashire, his son and heir apparent, Sir Peter Leighe of Lyme, Cheshire, Sir Richard Asshton of Myddleton, Lancashire, John Holt of Stubley, Lancashire, and Richard Asshton, son and heir apparent of Sir Richard Asshton

(2) Samuel Greave of [Baerdsall?], Castleton, Lancashire, husbandman, Savyle Radcliffe of Todmorden, Lancashire, esquire, Alexander Butterworth of Belfield, Lancashire, gentleman, Robert Heywood of Heywood, Lancashire, gentleman and Edmond Haworth of...

8 Mar [1609]

D517/BOX/R13/5/3

Counterpart of release from Mrs Leche, to Mr Kinsey of properties in Shipley

Parties:

(1) Elizabeth Leche, widow and executrix of Sir John Leche

(2) Hester Leche, her daughter

(3) William Kinsey of London, chirurgeon

(4) Thomas Hussey, citizen and haberdasher of London

15 Jul [1708]

D517/BOX/R13/5/4

Articles of agreement between John Fletcher of Stainsby Houses, Horseley, Robert Fletcher of Smalley and Francis Barber of Greisley Castle, Nottinghamshire, gentleman relating to coal mines in Owlgreaves, Heanor

 

24 Nov 1727

D517/BOX/R13/5/5

One of the parts of a deed of covenant to levy a fine, Mr and Mrs Mundy to Mr Pole and Mr Gilbert re. Shipley Hall

 

24 Jan 1734

D517/BOX/R13/5/6

Deed to lead the uses of a fine relating to a number of farms and pieces of land in Mackworth, Allestree, Quarndon, Markeaton and Derby, including land formerly belonging to the Abbey of Darley as well as the Manor of Westhalton, Yorkshire and property in Kirk Langley and Meynell Langley

Parties:

(1) William Mundy of Markeaton

(2) Gilbert Mundy of Allestree

(3) Edward Mundy of Markeaton

(4) John Musters of Colwicke, Nottinghamshire and Henry Gilbert of Lockoe [Loscoe?]


Names of farms and their occupiers given

14 Apr 1682

D517/BOX/R13/5/7

Mortage for 'The Holte' in Butterworth, Lancashire

Parties: Gerard Scolefeild [Schofield] and William Butterworth

2 Aug [1629]

D517/BOX/R13/5/8

Lease of the seigniory or lordship of Harwick, Linconshire

Parties:

(1) William Dealtry of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, gentleman

(2) Robert Dealtry of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, gentleman and John Harrison of Lincoln, gentleman

18 Jul 1729

D517/BOX/R13/5/9

Correspondence to the executors of the late Mr A M Mundy esquire concerning Plumptre's share of coal in Kiddesley

 

1885

D517/BOX/R14

Box XIV - Shipley

 

 

D517/BOX/R15

Box XV - Deeds

 

 

D517/BOX/R15/1

(Parcel No 62) Shipley Hall, Manor and Estate

 

1682-1746

D517/BOX/R15/1/1

Release by John Leche of Maidstone, second son of the late William Leche of Westerham, Kent, to make John Fowle of Maidstone perfect tenant of the freehold in the manor of Shipley and New Manleys In order to bar other entail by suffering recovery

Thomas Clements Inn and Richard French of Maidstone other parties thereto.

1 Oct 1682

D517/BOX/R15/1/2

Fine, enrolled Michaelmas Term in the 34th year of the reign of Charles II, with exemplification of Common Recovery

 

1682

D517/BOX/R15/1/3

Conveyance from John Leche of Hollingborne, Kent, and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Duke of Maidstone, of properties in Shipley occupied by John Gregory, Robert and George Brentnall

Excepting two thirds of certain barns and stables to Richard Duke, as agreed between themselves and William Mann of Greys Inn and Thomas Hussey of Maidstone on 30 November 1680, in anticipation of the marriage.

29 Aug 1689

D517/BOX/R15/1/4

Mortgage from John Leche of Boxley, Kent, of properties at Shipley occupied by Henry Godfyn, William Trueman and William Wardlowe, Joseph Mather - the New Field, in two parts - and William Leaper - except two thirds of certain barns and stables - to John

Consideration £1,000

27 Oct 1698

D517/BOX/R15/1/5

Mortgage from John Leche of Maidstone of property at Shipley occupied by George Brentnall and Henry Corden to Arthur Harris of East Farleigh, Kent

Consideration £300.

6 Jun 1700

D517/BOX/R15/1/6

Mortgage from John Leche of property at Shipley occupied by John Wandon and Thomas Hutchinson - Hardye's farther grounds - rented at £46 4s 6d, to Elizabeth Collins of London, widow

Consideration £300.

28 Jun 1700

D517/BOX/R15/1/7

Abstract Will of John Leche, late of Maidstone

To his wife and heirs the Manors in Suffolk and Derbyshire, preferring sale of the former to meet his debts by settling £100 annuity upon the widow out of the Derbyshire estates. To his daughters Elizabeth and Hester and any other daughter his wife might be carrying at his death the manors and mines in Derbyshire. to any son born the same estates, charged with £1,500 to each daughter at 21. To his sister Jane, while she remained unmarried, £20 annuity from the Shipley property. Dated 13 June. Probate granted 9 June 1704.

13 Jun 1701

D517/BOX/R15/1/8

Assignment of mortgage from John Amshurst and Elizabeth Leche under Chancery decree dated 14 April 1708

She and her infant daughter Hester having been presented together with the mortgages at the instance of Benjamin Charleton and Elizabeth Gallant, creditors - to William Kinsey of London, chirurgeon, and Thomas Hussey of London, haberdasher. Consideration £1,445 11s 6d to mortgages out of £2,400 advance by Kinsey on those parts of the estate not subject to the jointure, i. e. occupied by Henry Godkin, Abraham Trueman, William Wardlow - cottage etc. in New Field now in two parts - Joseph Mather - except within the park and one third of the barns and stables occupied by William Leaper and...

15 Jul 1708

D517/BOX/R15/1/9

Assignment of mortgage from Arthur Harris and Elizabeth Leche to William Kinsey and Thomas Hussey as above

Consideration £336 3s.

15 Jul 1708

D517/BOX/R15/1/10

Assignment of mortgage from Charles Russell of London, merchant, and his wife Elizabeth (previously Elizabeth Collins, widow), to Kinsey and Hussey as above

Consideration £415 1s 1d.

15 Jul 1708

D517/BOX/R15/1/11

Conveyance from John Amshurst and Elizabeth Leche to John Greenhil of Maidstone, Kent, of one third of the barns etc. in the occupation of William Leaper in trust to the use of Elizabeth Leche for life as jointure

 

15 Jul 1708

D517/BOX/R15/1/12

Conveyance from Elizabeth Leche and her only daughter Hester to Kinsey and Hussey

Property at Shipley occupied by Robert and Joseph Brentnall, George Neale, Christopher Colcloug, George Rowe, John Hutchinson, John Whitworth, Elizabeth and Thomas Potter, Henry Corden, George Eaton, Robert Lym, John Brentnall, Richard Maultby, William Potter, John Godkin, George Brentnall, John Gregory, Anne Godkin, Leonard Palmer, Francis Low - in Owlgreaves - Francis Tantum, Thomas Clay, Philip Severne - Hardy's Hen Field - John Severne, William Smith, Thomas Sewell - moiety and one fifth of the produce - Charles Lym, Thomas Jewitt, the manor of Shipley and Newmanleys, John Gregory...

15 Jun 1708

D517/BOX/R15/1/13

Assignment of mortgage from Humphrey Miller of Horsewaite, Wrotham, Kent, and his wife Hester, only daughter of Elizabeth Leche, John Tolson of Staple Inn and his trustee William Kinsey, Thomas Hussey to the Rt Hon Philip, Earl of Chesterfield, Thomas Bay

Consideration £2,400 to Tolson and £600 to Miller. Dated 18 April. Endorsed with deed poll transferring the properties assigned from John Fisher to Samuel Smith of London, goldsmith, on 21 July 1716 and subsequently to Samuel Parker on 4 July 1721.

1713-1721

D517/BOX/R15/1/14

Fine levied Easter Term

 

1713

D517/BOX/R15/1/15

Assignment of mortgage from the executors to Philip, Earl of Chesterfield - Rt Hon Gertrude, Dowager Marchioness of Halifax, Henry Lord Paget, now Earl of Uxbridge, John Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, Rt Hon James Stanhope, called General Stanhope, Se

A Will dated 17 December 1713 having left mortgages in trust for the purchase of lands to be settled upon his grandson Charles Stanhope, with remainders to his other grandsons John, Philip and William Stanhope and then to his own son Philip, Lord Stanhope, now Rt Hon Earl of Chesterfield, and finally to James and the Rev Henry Stanhope etc. - to Thomas Smith of Nottingham, Mercer, and John Cartlick Jnr of London, goldsmith, with the acknowledgement of Hester Miller of Shipley, widow of Humphrey Miller of Horsenail Crouch, Wrotham, Kent, and of Thomas Bayley of St Andrews, Holborn...

21 Jul 1716

D517/BOX/R15/1/16

Assignment of mortgage from Smith and Cartlick to William Hallowes and John Bury of Nottinham

Consideration £3,000.

4 Apr 1721

D517/BOX/R15/1/17

Abstract Will of Hester Mundy of Poland Street, St James, Westminster, widow

Devised the Manor of Shipley and estate at New Manleys to her mother Elizabeth Leech in trust until her daughter Hester married or attained 21, subject to £20 annuities to her uncle Philip and aunts Dorothy and Anne Leech. If the daughter married during her grandmother's lifetime the latter was to receive £1,000 and a £200 annuity in trust to William Glanville of Soho Square and payable to the daughter after her marriage. Charities of £100 payable to the vestries of Heynor and Maidstone to the use of the poor and £10 direct to the poor of these parishes. £20 each to her aunts Hester...

10 Jun 1719

D517/BOX/R15/1/18

Settlement upon the marriage of Edward Mundy with Hester Miller, securing £200 jointure on lands in Shipley and Crouch, Wrotham, Kent, by fine in trust to German Pole of Bradbourne and John Gilbert Radbourn of Southouse Grange, Derby

 

24 Jan 1734

D517/BOX/R15/2

[Unlisted / page missing?]

 

 

D517/BOX/R15/3

(Parcel No.64) Shipley Hall, Manor and estate, 1 January - 30 October 1823

 

1823

D517/BOX/R15/3/1

Release of legal estate by Edward Bootle Wilbraham of Latham House, Lancs, John Ford of Bath, John Radford snr of Smalley to the uses of Edward Miller Mundy of Walton on Trent and his son Edward Miller Mundy of Christ Church College, Oxford

Recites release from William Hallows and John Bury to John Lowe of Denby in trust for Edward Mundy upon payment £3.120 on 5 April 1737, subsequent mortgage to John Ford for £1,500 on 30 July 1843, increased upon endorsement by £300 on 14 December 1744 and further sums of £200 7 February 1744 and £1,000 on 7 November 1746. Also the settlement prior to the marriage of Edward Miller Mundy jnr with Nelly, daughter of James Barton, dated 5 March 1800, under which £1.500 was payable to the son so long as his father lived, an £800 annuity was settled upon the wife in bar of dower and after the...

1823

D517/BOX/R15/3/2

Limited letters of Administration appointing Benjamin Frear to act for John Dovey of Clements Inn, deceased, party to an indenture dated 30 July 1743, together with Edward Mundy of Shipley, John Lowe of Denby and John Ford of Middle Temple

 

17 Apr 1823

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