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D5557

Chandos Pole family of Radbourne Hall, Radbourne

Estate papers, correspondence, surveys, rentals and accounts relating to Chandos Pole properties and interests in Derbyshire


There is a good series of correspondence, especially for the time of German Pole (1626-1683), who married Anne, daughter of Richard Newdigate of Arbury in Warwickshire. The correspondents include John Gell (D5557/2/131) and members of the Mundy family (for example, D5557/2/35,36,42,43,45,51). There are also letters from Barbados (D5557/2/120,126).


The collection also includes papers of Reginald Walkelyne Chandos Pole relating to the Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry...

17th cent-20th cent

D5557/1

Correspondence: German Pole (d. 1634)

 

17th century

D5557/1/1

To German Pole from Walter Vernon

 

4 Jun 1594

D5557/1/2

To Sir German Pole from John [Wolric?]

 

Nov 1624

D5557/1/3/1-5

To German Pole from John Adderley

 

Oct 1624-3 Dec 1633

D5557/1/4

To Henry Pole from Charles Bagshawe

 

3 Dec 1632

D5557/1/5-7

Additional letters temp Sir German Pole (d1634)

 

 

D5557/2

Correspondence: German Pole (1626-1683)

 

17th century

D5557/2/1

To Lady Pole from John Adderley

 

22 May 1636

D5557/2/2

To Madam [?] from Francis Bennett at London

 

13 Oct 1640

D5557/2/3/1-2

To German Pole from Rob Sherbrooke

 

23 Nov 1646 and nd

D5557/2/4

To Madam Pole from her son German at Grays Inn

 

5 Apr 1647

D5557/2/5/1-8

To Lady Milicent Pole and German Pole from William Holland

 

1648-31 May 1662

D5557/2/6

To German Pole from Francis Bradshawe

 

18 May 1648

D5557/2/7

To German Pole from Edward Wood

 

11 Sep 1648

D5557/2/8/1-8

To German Pole and Madam Pole from John Lowe

 

28 Nov 1648-12 Jun 1659

D5557/2/9/1-5

To German Pole from Mr Sleigh

 

8 Oct 1649-27 Jan 1651/1652

D5557/2/10

To [German Pole] from Parker Poulton

 

14 Mar 1649/1650

D5557/2/11

To German Pole from Francis Burdett at Derby

 

25 May 1650

D5557/2/12/1-7

To German Pole from Roger Allestry and George Allestry

 

1650-22 Nov 1656

D5557/2/13

To [?] from William Merry

 

20 Jan 1650/1651

D5557/2/14

To German Pole from Elizabeth Pole

 

23 Jan 1650/1651

D5557/2/15/1-35

To German Pole from his father-in-law, Richard Newdigate

 

20 Apr 1651-22 Apr 1672

D5557/2/16/1-20

To German Pole from Mr Thornward

 

22 Nov 1651-25 May 1661

D5557/2/17

To German Pole from George Hill at Stamford

 

6 Jan 1651/1652

D5557/2/18/1-49

To German Pole from his wife Anne

 

3 Feb 1651/1652-14 Oct 1662

D5557/2/19/1-7

To German Pole from his mother Milicent Pole (M P)

Photocopy to be used of letter dated 10 Jan 1656

14 Feb 1652/1653-18 Nov 1657

D5557/2/20

To Ann Pole from her brother Richard Newdigate

 

28 May 1652

D5557/2/20A

To German Pole from Thomas Styam

 

3 Jun 1652

D5557/2/21

To Mr Pole from George Allcock at Bromley Parke

 

2 Apr 1653

D5557/2/22

To Madam Pole from Charles Egerton

 

6 Jun 1653

D5557/2/23

To German Pole from Gilbert Walbanck

 

22 Dec 1653

D5557/2/24

To Madam Pole from Mr Knyveton

 

[c1664]

D5557/2/25/1-3

To German Pole from Hugh Radcliffe

 

5 Jan 1653/1654-1655

D5557/2/26/1-2

To German Pole from his cousin Henry Pole

 

12 Jan-13 Mar 1653/1654

D5557/2/27

To Madam Pole from William Yates

 

6 Jul 1654

D5557/2/28

To German Pole from Humfrey Fysshe in Essex

 

5 Aug 1654

D5557/2/29

To Milicent Pole from Nath Hallosse

 

2 Oct 1654

D5557/2/30/1-2

To German Pole from Henry Merry and Thomas Merry

 

7 Oct-6 Nov 1654

D5557/2/31

To German Pole from Dutton Hill

 

26 Oct 1654

D5557/2/32

To German Pole from German Pole

 

13 Jan 1654/1654

D5557/2/33

To German Pole from James Wood at Derby

 

2 Feb 1654/1655

D5557/2/34

To German Pole from [?] at Barton

 

4 Jan 1654/1655

D5557/2/35

To Mrs Elizabeth Mundy from her husband Edward

 

5 Jan 1654/1655

D5557/2/36

To Milicent Pole from her brother Edward Mundy

 

5 Jan 1654/1655

D5557/2/37/1-2

To Lady Pole from Elizabeth Pole

 

19 Feb 1654/1655 and nd

D5557/2/38

To Lady Pole from Constance Waideson

 

25 Feb 1654/1655

D5557/2/39/1-4

To Lady Pole and German Pole from Edward Bradshawe

 

Mar 1654-22 Apr 1661

D5557/2/40

To Lady Milicent Pole from William Walker

 

13 Mar 1654/1655

D5557/2/41

To Lady Pole from Katherin Coke

 

25 Mar 1655

D5557/2/42/1-2

To Lady Milicent Pole from Elizabeth and Edward Mundy

 

29-30 May 1655

D5557/2/43/1-8

To Madam Pole and German Pole from Francis Mundy at Markeaton

 

5 Nov 1655-25 Oct 1656

D5557/2/44/1-2

To his mother from German Pole

 

2 Apr 1656-26 May 1657

D5557/2/45

To German Pole from Francis Mundy

 

4 Aug 1656

D5557/2/46

To German Pole from Ed Palmer

 

13 Aug 1656

D5557/2/47/1-6

To German Pole from Mr A Knyveton

 

25 Aug 1656-1664

D5557/2/48/1-13

To Lady Pole from her father, Richard Newdigate

 

16 Nov 1643-22 Sep 1678

D5557/2/49

To Lady Pole from [Marysbury?]

 

9 Dec 1656

D5557/2/50

To German Pole from his cousin John Pole

 

nd and 20 Jan 1656/1657

D5557/2/51/1-2

To German Pole from Adryan Mundy

 

11 Feb 1656/1657-20 May 1663

D5557/2/52

To German Pole from Thomas Parker

 

2 Mar 1656/1657

D5557/2/53

To German Pole from his cousin [?]

 

18 Mar 1656/1657

D5557/2/54/1-2

To German Pole from A Turvile

 

16-17 Jun 1657

D5557/2/55

To John Dunnidge from Edward Bradshawe

 

1659

D5557/2/56

To German Pole from Richard Coke at Trusley

 

7 Aug 1659

D5557/2/57

To German Pole from William Brockhurst at Derby

 

22 Sep 1659

D5557/2/58/1-3

To German Pole from Gervas Rayner

 

29 Jan-16 Feb 1659/1660

D5557/2/59

To German Pole from [?] Bennett

 

28 Mar 1659

D5557/2/60

To her mother from Anne Pole

 

31 Jul 1660

D5557/2/61

To Lady Pole from her daughter Anne Pole

 

8 Sep 1660

D5557/2/62

To German Pole from his tenant Margret Haugh

 

6 Nov 1660

D5557/2/63

To German Pole from Jemimah Spakeman

 

5 Jan 1660/1661

D5557/2/64/1-2

To German Pole from John Newton and Thomas Newton

 

29 Jan 1660/1661-1 Nov 1662

D5557/2/65

To German Pole from Ed Longson

 

28 Feb 1660/1661

D5557/2/66

To German Pole from Godfrey Meynell

 

5 Mar 1660/1661

D5557/2/67/1-3

To German Pole from Edward Bradshaw

 

9 Mar 1660/1661-6 Oct 1662

D5557/2/68/1-8

To German Pole from Mr Greenwood

 

16 Apr 1661-7 Jul 1682

D5557/2/69

To [?] from Edward Bradshaw

 

1661

D5557/2/70

To German Pole, Gervas Rayner, Robert Barker and William Johnson from Robert Mellor

 

3 May 1661

D5557/2/71

To German Pole from [J Turvile?]

 

3 Oct 1661

D5557/2/72

To Lady Pole from Robert [Curtisy?] junior at London

 

13 Jun 1662

D5557/2/73

To Madam [Pole] from Mr Mundy

 

15 Jul 1662

D5557/2/74

To Lady Pole from her sister Jane Pegge at Ashbourne

 

16 Jun 1662

D5557/2/75

To German Pole from [Eli Frym?]

 

6 Oct 1662

D5557/2/76/1-2

To German Pole from his cousin George Pole

 

9 Sep 1662-1667

D5557/2/77

To German Pole from Francis Meynell

 

8 Oct 1663

D5557/2/78

To Edward Pole from John Collingwood

 

11 Nov 1663

D5557/2/79

To Nicholas Millenton from George Burton

 

c1663

D5557/2/80

To German Pole from Richard Coke at Trusley

 

31 May 1664

D5557/2/81

To Chris Pegge from his father

 

6 Jul 1664

D5557/2/82

To German Pole from Samuel Wilson

 

1665

D5557/2/83

To German Pole from William Bullok

 

19 Oct 1665

D5557/2/84

To German Pole from Henery Holmes at Greenwich

 

2 Mar 1665/1666

D5557/2/85/1-5

To German Pole from his cousin Elizabeth Brinsley

 

16 Mar 1665/1666-16 Aug 1669

D5557/2/86

To German Pole from Philip Gery at Derby

 

6 Oct 1666

D5557/2/87/1-12

To Christopher Pegge from German Pole

 

2 Feb 1666/1667-12 May 1669

D5557/2/88/1-6

To Christopher Pegge from his brother Ed Pegge

 

29 Mar 1667-24 Apr 1669

D5557/2/89

To German Pole from Thomas [Hebers?]

 

1 Jun 1667

D5557/2/90/1-9

To German Pole from Christopher Pegge

 

19 Aug 1667-2 Jan 1668/1669

D5557/2/91/1-2

To Mr Cope from Mary Pole and from [?]

 

2 Sep 1667 and nd

D5557/2/92/1-6

To German Pole and Madam Pole from J Shore

 

12 Sep 1667-2 May 1670

D5557/2/93

To German Pole from [Hutton?]

 

15 Sep 1667

D5557/2/94/1-5

To German Pole from Robert Beale

 

8 Nov 1667-16 May 1671 and nd

D5557/2/95/1-3

To German Pole from Gilbert Coke

 

14 Dec 1667-30 Mar 1682

D5557/2/96

To German Pole from [Effinston?]

 

17 Feb 1667/1668

D5557/2/97

To German Pole from [?]

 

14 Oct 1668

D5557/2/98

To Chris Pegge from Cath Smith at Ashbourne

 

9 Dec 1668

D5557/2/99

To German Pole from Thomas May (includes orders and pains made at the court baron of Sir Verny Nowell and Sir German Pole at Congeston 1669)

 

1669

D5557/2/100

To Chris Pegge from John Buxton

 

22 Jun 1669

D5557/2/101

To Christopher Pegge from Thomas Petit

 

6 Jul 1669

D5557/2/102/1-10

To German Pole from John Buxton

 

12 Aug 1669-20 Mar 1672

D5557/2/103

To German Pole from Peter Jones at London

 

20 Aug 1669

D5557/2/104

To German Pole from Ger Hough

 

6 Nov 1669

D5557/2/105

To German Pole from John, Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry re repairs to Lichfield Cathedral

 

18 Jan 1669/1670

D5557/2/106/1-5

To German Pole from William Clarke and Cor Clarke

 

18 Jan 1669/1670-16 Jul 1672

D5557/2/107

To Mrs Pole from Mary Beale

 

15 Mar 1670/1671

D5557/2/108/1-3

To German Pole from Mary Wakeman

 

17 May 1670-25 Aug 1682

D5557/2/109/1-2

To German Pole from W Middelton at York

 

7 Apr-4 May 1671

D5557/2/110

To German Pole from Mr Newton at London

 

28 Aug 1671

D5557/2/111/1-2

To German Pole from Peter and Mary LeGay at Barbados

 

3 Nov 1671-3 Nov 1672

D5557/2/112

To [?] from his cousin John Pole

 

9 May 1672

D5557/2/113

To German Pole from Stephen Thornley at London

 

3 Jul 1672

D5557/2/114/1-10

To Madam Pole from Robert Beale

 

12 Sep 1672-10 Apr 1682

D5557/2/115

To German Pole from William Clarke

 

Jan 1672/1673

D5557/2/116

To German Pole from Thomas Brockefort

 

26 May 1673

D5557/2/117

To Mrs Elizabeth Wigfall from Gervas [Nevile?]

 

18 Jan 1673/1674

D5557/2/118

To Madam Pole from Elizabeth Wigfall and her son John

 

23 Jun 1673/1674

D5557/2/119

To German Pole from his cousin George Pole

 

31 Jan 1675/1676

D5557/2/120/1-8

To German and Madam Pole from Thomas and Mary Quintyne at Barbados

 

27 Feb 1675/1676-23 Mar 1681/1682

D5557/2/121

To Mrs Pole from her sister Mary Parker

 

12 Jan 1676/1677

D5557/2/122

To German Pole from Thomas Wandell

 

1678

D5557/2/123/1-2

To German Pole from Geo Dodson at Barnards Inn

 

5-14 Nov 1678

D5557/2/124/1-2

To German Pole from Daniel [?]

 

4 Jun 1678 and [?]

D5557/2/125

To German Pole from [?]

 

11 Jan 1678/1679

D5557/2/126

To German Pole from Edward Mundy at Barbados

 

25 Jul 1679

D5557/2/127/1-2

To Mrs Pole from her brother Thomas Newdigate

 

1680-19 Nov 1698

D5557/2/128

To German Pole from Mary Lee

 

12 Dec 1680s

D5557/2/129/1-4

To Mrs Pole from her brother Richard Newdigate at Arbury and London

 

16 Mar 1679/1680-26 Mar 1684

D5557/2/130/1-2

To Samuel Pole from Mr Turner

 

7 Jun 1680-7 May 1683

D5557/2/131/1-2

To German Pole from John Gell

 

22 Jun-15 Oct 1680

D5557/2/132

To German Pole from Joseph Rowland at Chaddesden

 

18 Nov 1680

D5557/2/133

To German Pole from Robert Cuthbert

 

22 Nov 1680

D5557/2/134

To German Pole from Samuel [Wilks?] at Derby

 

31 Dec 1680

D5557/2/135/1-5

To German Pole from Arthur Woolley

 

Jan 1680/1681-23 Oct 1682

D5557/2/136/1-2

To Madam Pole from John Smith at London

 

24 Jun 1681-20 Dec 1684

D5557/2/137/1-3

To German Pole and Madam Pole from Ellis Farneworth

 

5 Aug 1681-23 Nov 1686

D5557/2/138/1-3

To German Pole and Madam Pole from their cousin Elizabeth Taylor at Newell

 

3 Oct 1681 and nd

D5557/2/139/1-2

To German Pole from [Pegge?]

 

28 Jan 1681/1682-13 Apr 1684

D5557/2/140

To German Pole from John Gisbourne junior

 

21 Mar 1681/1682

D5557/2/141

To German Pole from William Sacheverell

 

9 May 1682

D5557/2/142/1-2

To German Pole from Thomas Cotchett and Robert Cotchett

 

20 May 1682 and 28 Sep nd

D5557/2/143

To German Pole from Jon Acklam

 

4 Jul 1682

D5557/2/144

To Mrs Pole from Katherine Coke at London

 

7 Jul 1682

D5557/2/145

To German Pole from Will Townesend at London

 

23 Oct 1682

D5557/2/146

To German Pole from John Hayne

 

23 Dec 1682

D5557/2/147

To German Pole from Thomas Cooper

 

23 Dec 1682

D5557/2/148

To German Pole from W Middleton

 

10 Jan 1682/1683

D5557/2/149

To German Pole from Richard Wright, blacksmith, at Derby gaol

 

16 Mar 1682/1683

D5557/2/150

To German Pole from Robert [Colekett?]

 

9 Jan nd

D5557/2/151

To Lady Milicent Pole from [FD?]

 

nd

D5557/2/152

To [?] (brother of German Pole) from cousin [?]

 

3 Oct nd

D5557/2/153

To Madam Pole from A C

 

nd

D5557/2/154

To Mrs Pole from her sister Mary Parker

 

[17th century]

D5557/2/155

To Mrs Pole from Mill Fuller

 

nd

D5557/2/156/1-2

To Madam Pole from her mother Julian Newdigate

 

10 Feb nd and nd

D5557/2/157

To Lady Pole from Eli [?]

 

nd

D5557/2/158

To Mr Thomas Styand, Mr James Tompson and other tenants of Glenfield pastures re suit between Aunt Pole and the writer

 

nd

D5557/2/159

To Milicent Pole from Edward Mundy

 

nd

D5557/2/160/1-2

To Lady Pole from her niece Elizabeth Mundy

 

nd

D5557/2/161

To Mrs Pole from her cousin Eli [?]

 

nd

D5557/2/162

To Henry [ ]ymminge from Samuel Leichfeild

 

nd

D5557/2/163

To German Pole from his sister

 

nd

D5557/2/164

To German Pole from [Boughsye?]

 

nd

D5557/2/165

To German Pole from Anne Mundy

 

nd

D5557/2/166

To Milicent Pole from Godfrey Broockhose, 29 Oct

 

nd

D5557/2/167

To Lady Pole from Nath Barton

 

nd

D5557/2/168

To John Hough from Sam Hough

 

nd

D5557/2/169

To Lady Pole from Mary Newdigate

 

2 Apr nd

D5557/2/170

To Chris Pegge from J Morewood

 

10 Nov nd

D5557/2/171

To Milicent Pole from her brother John Mundy

 

nd

D5557/2/172

To German Pole from Ed Kymersley

 

nd

D5557/2/173

To Lady Pole from [?] Parkin

 

nd

D5557/2/174

To German Pole from [Gisborne?] at Derby

 

nd

D5557/2/175

To German Pole from William Mundy

 

nd

D5557/2/176

To German Pole from Ger Broughe

 

16 Oct nd

D5557/2/177

To German Pole from John Martyn

 

3 Oct nd

D5557/2/178

To German Pole from Ralfe Johnston

 

2 Dec nd

D5557/2/179

To German Pole from Richard Kerke

 

nd

D5557/2/180

To German Pole from [?]

 

nd

D5557/2/181

To German Pole from Thomas Folkingham

 

nd

D5557/2/182

To German Pole from Edward Bagot

 

nd

D5557/2/183

To German Pole from R Beresford

 

nd

D5557/2/184-238

Additional letters temp German Pole

 

1626-1683

D5557/3

Correspondence: Samuel Pole (d. 1731)

 

16th century-17th century

D5557/3/1/1-3

To German Pole and Madam Pole from Abel Litchford

 

29 Jan 1682/1683-2 Nov 1684

D5557/3/2

To Madam Pole from her cousin Millicent Acklam at Bawtry

 

9 Apr 1683

D5557/3/3

To Madam Pole from John Wake[ ]an

 

Sep 1683

D5557/3/4/1-6

To Samuel Pole from his uncle Charles Coke

 

3 Feb 1683/1684-1698

D5557/3/5/1-4

To German Pole and Madam Anne Pole from Job Peacock at Marston Parke

(photocopy of letter dated 21 Feb 1683/1684)

 

21 Feb 1683/1684-17 Oct 1685

D5557/3/6

To [?] from [Turner?] at Derby

 

17 Mar 1683/1684

D5557/3/7/1-5

To Samuel Pole and Madam Pole from her nephew Richard Newdigate junior

 

15 Feb 1683/1684-16 May 1700

D5557/3/8

To Madam Pole from John Smith at London

 

20 Dec 1684

D5557/3/9

To Samuel Pole from Thomas Pool

 

12 Sep 1684

D5557/3/10

To Madam Pole (the elder) from Mr Rayner

 

9 Feb 1684/1685

D5557/3/11/1-2

To Samuel Pole and Lady Pole from George Vernon

 

2 Feb 1685/1686-11 Aug 1687

D5557/3/12

To Samuel Pole from Job Peacock at Marston Park

 

3 Jun 1686

D5557/3/13/1-2

To Madam Pole from her goddaughter Elizabeth Middleton

 

15 Oct 1686 and nd

D5557/3/14

To Madam Pole the elder from [Turner?]

 

20 Nov 1686

D5557/3/15/1-2

To Madam Pole from Thomas Hall

 

30 Jul-6 Aug 1687

D5557/3/16

To Samuel Pole from George [Vernon?]

 

4 Oct 1687

D5557/3/17

To Anne Pole from Edward Abney

 

20 Nov 1688

D5557/3/18

To Samuel Pole from Thomas Smyth

 

Oct 1690

D5557/3/19

To cousin [?] from [ ]eene

 

31 Jan 1691/1692

D5557/3/20

To Mrs Anne Pole from Mary [?]

 

5 Feb 1691/1692

D5557/3/21

To German Pole from William Townsend

 

15 Dec 1692

D5557/3/22

To Madam Pole from [?] at London

 

7 Apr 1694

D5557/3/23

To Robert Wilmot at Osmaston from John Hayne

 

18 Apr 1694

D5557/3/24

To William Turner from Robert Wilmot

 

20 Apr 1694

D5557/3/25

To Madam Pole from [?]

 

14 Jul 1694

D5557/3/26

To Mr Pole from [?]

 

26 Jul 1694

D5557/3/27/1-5

To Mrs Pole from Thomas Newdigate

 

15 Jun 1695-19 Nov 1698

D5557/3/28/1-5

To Madam Pole from Charles Coke at London

 

20 Sep 1697-27 Jul 1698

D5557/3/29

Number not used

 

 

D5557/3/30/1-4

To Madam Pole and Samuel Pole from Mr Beresford

 

7 Feb 1697/1698 and 23 Jan nd

D5557/3/31

To Madam Pole from Laurence Smith at London

 

21 May 1698

D5557/3/32

To Madam Pole from [?] at London

 

23 Dec 1704

D5557/3/33/1-3

To John Hutton at Madam Pole's from Laurence Smith

 

Jan 1704/1705-22 May 1705

D5557/3/34/1-6

To Charles Coke at Madam Pole's from Laurence Smith

 

13 Mar 1704/1705-21 Apr 1705

D5557/3/35

To [?] from Samuel Pole

 

10 Feb 1708/1709

D5557/3/36

To William Turner from German Pole

 

30 Sep 1711

D5557/3/37

To Mrs Pole from her son Samuel Pole at Cambridge

 

Feb 1712/1713

D5557/3/38

To cousin [?] from Mil Acklom

 

27 Apr 1712

D5557/3/39

To Samuel Pole from his son Samuel Pole junior at Jesus College

 

14 May 1713

D5557/3/40

To Samuel Pole from E Coke

 

1714/1715

D5557/3/41

To Samuel Pole from Flanders

 

18 Jan 1714/1715

D5557/3/42

To Samuel Pole from Thomas Newdigate

 

22 Jan 1714/1715

D5557/3/43

To Charles Pole from his brother John Pole at Radbourne

 

14 Dec 1718

D5557/3/44

To William Frazier from John Pole

 

14 Dec 1718

D5557/3/45

To Samuel Pole from John Bagnold at Derby

 

28 Dec 1719

D5557/3/46

To William Turner from German Pole

 

5 Sep 1721

D5557/3/47

To German Pole from his father Samuel Pole

 

1 Jan 1727/1728

D5557/3/48

To Samuel Pole from Mr Holden

 

5 Jul 1727

D5557/3/49-71

Additional letters temp Samuel Pole (d1731)

 

 

D5557/4

Correspondence: German Pole (d. 1765)

 

18th century

D5557/4/1

To German Pole from Richard Clarke

 

17 Jun 1729

D5557/4/2

To German Pole from W Turner

 

12 Oct 1730

D5557/4/3

To German Pole from Thomas Baker

 

1 Nov 1734

D5557/4/4

To German Pole from [C Viner?]

 

13 Jan 1735/1736

D5557/4/5

To German Pole from Thomas Barsham

 

16 Oct 1736

D5557/4/6

To German Pole from H[ ]sham at Bloomsbury

 

20 Apr 1737

D5557/4/7/1-2

To German Pole from Charlotte Chaworth

 

1737-29 Apr 1738

D5557/4/8/1-2

To German Pole from Edmund White

 

16-18 Mar 1737/1738

D5557/4/9/1-3

To German Pole from George Chaworth at Nuthall

 

22 Apr-21 May 1738

D5557/4/10

To German Pole from Samuel Pole

Photocopy

19 Jun 1738

D5557/4/11

To German Pole from Mr Newdigate at Lewes

 

5 Aug 1738

D5557/4/12

To German Pole from George Ashmore at Derby County Gaol

 

24 Mar 1739/1740

D5557/4/13

To the Mayor of Derby from Thomas Coke

 

27 Nov [1741?]

D5557/4/14

To Mr Webb at German Pole's from Richard Alleyne

 

16 Jun 1742

D5557/4/15/1-7

To German Pole from W Turner

Photocopy to be used of letter dated 26 May 1746

27 Dec 1744-6 Dec 1746

D5557/4/16

To sister Francis Pole from [?]

 

5 Jan 1744/1745

D5557/4/17

To [?] from Eardley Wilmot at Osmaston

 

28 Apr 1745

D5557/4/18

To [?] from G Shebbeare at the King's Bench

 

3 Apr 1759

D5557/4/19-20

Additional letters temp German Pole (d1765)

 

 

D5557/5

Correspondence: Sacheverell Pole (c1769-1813)

 

18th century-19th century

D5557/5/1

To W Meynell re hunting

(Photocopy)

 

19 Nov 1793

D5557/5/2

From H Harpur re exchanges with Mr Holland, Sir Robert Wilmot and Captain Hagne

(Photocopy)

 

6 Aug 1803

D5557/5/3

To Mrs Pole from Louisa [?]

(Photocopy)

 

Jun 1799

D5557/5/4

To Mary Pole from her husband Sacheverell re a request that William Cox should continue as the receiver and manager of his estates and other personal bequests supplementary to his will

 

11 Jan 1805

D5557/5/5

Copy of letter to Francis Townsend at London from Adam Woolley at Matlock, re Sacheverell Pole's wish to assume the surname Chandos

 

22 Nov 1806

D5557/5/6

Correspondence and related papers of Sacheverell Pole re Radbourne glebe lands and roads

 

1807-1808

D5557/5/7

To Sacheverell Pole from Ger Ride at Ravensdale Park

 

19 Apr 1811

D5557/6

Correspondence: Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole (1792-1863)

 

19th century

D5557/6/1/1-4

To George Wheeldon at Radbourne from Anne Pole, Charles Mundy and E S Pole re purchase of horses

 

12 Sep 1814-4 Apr 1816

D5557/6/2/1-9

To Countess Ferrers from her niece Mary Chandos Pole and from Reginald Chandos Pole

 

23 Oct 1822-6 Jan 1827

D5557/6/3

To Countess Ferrers from Mrs Pole

 

12 Mar 1823

D5557/6/4

To Edward Sacheverell from his son Sacheverell

 

[19th century]

D5557/7

Correspondence: Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole (1825-1873)

 

19th century

D5557/7/1

Correspondence re estate of Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole deceased and Revd H R Chandos Pole deceased

(Photocopies)

 

13 May 1865-16 Sep 1870

D5557/7/2

To Edward Sacheverell from Eton School and Llanwenarth Rectory re his son's education

 

28 Jul 1869-24 Aug 1871

D5557/7/3

To Edward Sacheverell from J Bromwich re building works at Radbourne

 

29 Sep 1870-29 Mar 1872

D5557/8

Correspondence: Reginald Walkelyne Chandos Pole (1853-1930)

 

19th century-20th century

D5557/8/1

To R W Chandos Pole from Anna Chandos Pole (his mother)

 

30 Jun 1865-18 Jul 1912

D5557/8/2

To Lady Harrington from [?] Hamilton

 

29 May-30 Aug 1879

D5557/8/3

To R W Chandos Pole from Millicent Dremel (his aunt)

 

1880s-8 May 1906

D5557/8/4

To R W Chandos Pole from W B Denison at Nun Appleton (Yorks)

 

22 Jan 1882-25 May 1889

D5557/8/5

To R W Chandos Pole from William Chandos Pole (his uncle)

 

28 Feb 1882-12 Oct 1892

D5557/8/6

To R W Chandos Pole from Maud at Nun Appleton [Yorkshire]

 

6 May 1883-30 Oct 1884

D5557/8/7

To R W Chandos Pole from [Mary?] Denison

 

11 Sep 1883-5 Nov 1884

D5557/8/8

To R W Chandos Pole from Leonard Edwards, land agent

 

14 Jul 1888-26 Nov 1892

D5557/8/9

To R W Chandos Pole from Leonard Edwards, land agent

 

28 Nov 1904-16 Jan 1913

D5557/8/10

To R W Chandos Pole from Dorothy Wilmot-Sitwell nee Chandos Pole (his daughter)

 

9 Nov 1888-20 Apr 1909

D5557/8/11

To R W Chandos Pole from Olga Chandos Pole (his sister-in-law)

 

19 May 1900-Dec 1908

D5557/8/12

To R W Chandos Pole from Inez Chandos Pole (his wife)

 

26 Dec 1905-24 Jul 1911

D5557/8/13

To R W Chandos Pole from G A Percy

 

28 May 1907-15 Feb 1909

D5557/8/14

To R W Chandos Pole from Olga Chandos Pole (his daughter)

 

25 Oct-13 Nov 1911

D5557/8/15

To R W Chandos Pole from John Walkelyne Chandos Pole (his son)

 

23 Nov 1924

D5557/8/16

To Olga Chandos Pole from Alan Lockhart

 

16 Apr-28 Jul 1924

D5557/8/17

To Olga Chandos Pole from Alan Lockhart and Bernard

In English and German

3 Dec 1924-26 Mar 1926

D5557/8/18

Miscellaneous personal and business letters to R W Chandos Pole

 

1860s-1920s

D5557/9

Estate maps and surveys

 

18th cent-20th cent

D5557/9/1

Map of the Radbourne estate, giving field names, acreages, roads and buildings in block plan. Schedule includes 'small fishing house on island'. Surveyer: Thomas Hand. Paper. Size: 75cmx54cm

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


Endorsed 'Surveys of Radborne'.This map done by Thos. Hand in the year 1711. Surveyor:Thomas Hand. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 75 x 54 cm. Materials: sepia ink on paper backed onto stiffened paper. Centred on: SK285360 Notes: no orientation. Title defaced and overwritten: shows 2000 acres, named fields with acreage, houses in perspective, 3 storey...

[1711]

D5557/9/2

Detailed landscape plan of Radbourne Hall and gardens including trees, water features etc. Surveyor: William Eames. Scale: 5 chains = 1 1/4 inch. Parchment. Size: 70cmx57cm

 

1790

D5557/9/3

Plan of John Bowler's farm: showing detached fields in Radbourne parish, woodland and hedges, with schedule of field names and acreages. Scale: 4 chains = 1 inch. Parchment. Size: 49cmx79cm (irregular)

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


John Bowler's Farm. n.d. [?early 18c.]. Scale: 2 separate scales for different parts of the map [1:4000, 1:3200]. Size: 79 x 49 cm. Materials: ink on parchment with parcels coloured green: rough edges, hole in parchment does not affect the map, some rubbing, difficult to read. Centred on: ?SK279359 Notes: Shows 409 acres, named fields with double...

[mid 18th cent]

D5557/9/4

Map of Nottinghamshire, made for Dr Richard Kaye, prebendary of York and Southwell, by John Chapman. Surveyed in 1774

 

1 May 1776

D5557/9/5

Plan of road leading from Radbourne Hall to Derby beginning at Mill Field Wood and ending at Mickleover Common, adjoining landowners and field names, woodland shown. Scale: 4 chains = 1 inch. Paper. Size: 100cmx32cm

 

[early 19th cent]

D5557/9/6

Schedule book of Mercaston manor inclosures (giving name, quantity and valuation of land)

 

19th century

D5557/9/7

Plan of the estates of Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole in Barton Park, Dalbury Lees, Langley, Littleover and Hulland Ward. Scale: 8 chains = 1 inch

 

1818

D5557/9/8

Survey of the manor of Barlborough by Josiah Fairbank and Son

 

1827

D5557/9/9

Radbourne tithe map, with a copy of the tithe apportionment. Church shown in block plan, roads shown. Scale: 10 chains = 1 1/4 inch. Map on linen-backed paper. Size: 75cm x 75cm

 

13 Sep 1848

D5557/9/10/1

Map of Mercaston and of lands in Ravensdale Park and Brailsford, belonging to Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole, by James William Neighbour of Oxford, surveyor. Fields numbered, woodland shown, and buildings in block plan, ponds and roads shown. Scale: 3 chains = 1 inch. Size: 120cmx170cm

 

1869

D5557/9/10/2

Map of estate at Newborough in Hanbury in Staffordshire, belonging to Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole, by James William Neighbour of Oxford, surveyor. Fields numbered, woodland shown and landowners named, roads etc shown. Scale: 3 chains = 1 inch. Size: 106cmx120cm

 

1869

D5557/9/10/3

Map of the glebe estate at Radbourne, belonging to Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole, by James William Neighbour of Oxford, surveyor. Radbourne Hall shown in block plan. Fields and landowners, roads etc shown. Schedule of field names, cultivation, acreages. Scale: 3 chains = 1 inch. Size: 90cmx90cm

 

1869

D5557/9/10/4

Schedule of the Radbourne Hall estates

 

1869

D5557/9/10/5

Map of estate at Meynell Langley and Kirk Langley belonging to Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole

Surveyor: James William Neighbour

Scale: 3 chains: 1 in

 

1869

D5557/9/10/6

Map of the parish of Radbourne, estate of Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole includes Radbourne Park

Surveyor: 3 chains: 1 in

Dimensions approximately 180cm by 225cm

1869

D5557/9/10/7

Map of estates in Mickleover Littleover, Barton Blount and Hulland Ward, belonging to Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole

Surveyor: James William Neighbour

Scale: 3 chains: 1 in

 

1869

D5557/9/10/8

Map of lands in Barlborough, Renishaw, Beighton Fields and Spinkhill, marked 'Park Hall sales'

 

1921

D5557/9/11

Schedule books of occupiers of land (giving name of field, state, quantity)

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/11/1

Barton Blount and Newborough (maps enclosed)

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/11/2

Radbourne

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/11/3

Radbourne and Dalbury Lees

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/11/4

Mercaston and Hulland Ward

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/11/5

Mercaston, Hulland Ward and Ravensdale Park

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/11/6

Mercaston, Hulland Ward and Ravensdale Park, and parts of Brailsford and Langley

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/11/7

Mickleover and Littleover

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/11/8

Mickleover and Littleover, with enclosed maps by L Edwards

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/11/9

Kirk Langley, Brailsford, Mackworth and Trusley, with enclosed maps by John Coleman and L Edwards

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/11/10

Park Hall Estate

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/12

Schedule and valuations of the estates of Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole

 

[19th century]

D5557/9/12/1

Estates in Newborough in Hanbury (Staffs) and Mickleover and Littleover

 

[19th century]

D5557/9/12/2

Estates in Mercaston, Ravensdale Park, Hulland Ward, Kirk Langley, Brailsford, Mackworth, Trusley, Etwall, Dalbury Lees, Mickleover and Radbourne

 

[19th century]

D5557/9/12/3

Estates in Radbourne, Barlborough, Barton Park, Dalbury Lees, Hulland Ward, Killamarsh with Treaton, Littleover, Langley, Mickleover, Mercaston and Newborough

 

[19th century]

D5557/9/13

Schedule book of occupiers of land (giving crops in 1886-1887)

 

[1887]

D5557/9/13/1

Barton Blount

 

[1887]

D5557/9/13/2

Radbourne

 

[1887]

D5557/9/13/3

Mercaston and Hulland Ward

 

[1887]

D5557/9/13/4

Mickleover and Littleover

 

[1887]

D5557/9/13/5

Langley

 

[1887]

D5557/9/14

Schedule books of deeds

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/14/1

Schedule of deeds re estates of R W Chandos Pole in the possession of Messrs Gregory Rowcliffes & Co

 

Dec 1878

D5557/9/14/2

Dalbury

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/14/3

Mickleover, Littleover, Finderne and Rough Heanor

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/14/4

Park Hall Estate

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/14/5

Egginton advowson and charities

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/14/6

Index

 

[19th cent]

D5557/9/15

Plan of estates in Langley, Mercaston, Hulland Ward, Ravensdale Park, Brailsford, by L Edwards. Scale: 9 chains = 1 inch

 

[19th cent-20th cent]

D5557/9/16/1

Annotated Ordnance Survey map of Barton Blount (giving field numbers)

 

[19th cent-20th cent]

D5557/9/16/2

Annotated Ordnance Survey map of Radbourne (giving field numbers)

 

[19th cent-20th cent]

D5557/9/17

Terrier of estates in Radbourne, Langley, Mercaston, Hulland Ward, Ravensdale Park, Brailsford, Trusley, Mackworth, Dalbury Lees, Etwall, Barton Blount, Mickleover, Littleover and Newborough, belonging to R W Chandos Pole

 

1895

D5557/9/18

Park Hall Estate: schedule book of tenants and tithe payments (1922), with annotated Ordnance Survey maps showing the settled / unsettled estate (3 Nov 1921)

 

1921-1922

D5557/9/19

Map of lots 18-23. Scale: 1:2500

 

c1935

D5557/9/20

Schedule of lands belonging to Major Chandos Pole (giving names of tenants, description of land and quantity)

 

c1935

D5557/9/21

Schedule of lands referring to numbers on OS maps, giving details of tenants, description of land and acreage

 

c1935

D5557/10

Accounts and valuations

 

17th cent-20th cent

D5557/10/1

Account of expenses from funds received from his mother

 

1649-1650

D5557/10/2

List of expenses from 1 Oct

 

1653

D5557/10/3

Account of the chief rent paid to German Pole at Egginton

 

1679

D5557/10/4

Account of disbursements for German Pole

 

Oct 1679-May 1680

D5557/10/5

Inventory of goods of William Mundy, late of Darley

 

19 Nov 1682

D5557/10/6

Bond in which German Pole, George Pole of Heage, Gervas Rayner of Duffield and Robert Mellor of Idridgehay are bound to Peter Yates of Egginton for £80

 

27 Sep 1666

D5557/10/7

Bond in which Anne Pole is bound to Mary Hulland of Radbourne for £20

 

21 Apr 1685

D5557/10/8

Inventory of silver plate

 

6 Dec 1710

D5557/10/9

Bond in which Edward Mugleston of Pockington and Alexander Taylor of Ashbourne are bound to John Brome of Wolverhampton

 

29 Jan 1710/1711

D5557/10/10

Accounts

 

1714-1717

D5557/10/11

Number not used

 

 

D5557/10/12

Haymaking account (giving names of the haymakers)

 

1735

D5557/10/13

Valuation of the plate of German Pole

 

19 Jun 1756

D5557/10/14

Accounts of woods

 

1750-1764

D5557/10/14/1

Stoned Horse Paddock

 

1750-1753

D5557/10/14/2

Parkhall Woods

 

1753-1754

D5557/10/14/3

Parkhall Woods

 

1753-1754

D5557/10/14/4

Parkhall Woods

 

1755-1756

D5557/10/14/5

Parkhall Woods

 

1755-1756

D5557/10/14/6

Old Spring Intack Bottom

 

1759-1763

D5557/10/14/7

Coppies Wood

 

1764

D5557/10/15

Cash book (includes valuation of wood at the back)

 

1751

D5557/10/16

Cash accounts with J Bromehead

 

1756-1763

D5557/10/16/1

Rental of Mrs Pole (with account of J Bromehead with Mrs Olivia Pole at the back)

 

1756-1763

D5557/10/16/2

Cash accounts with J Bromehead

 

1756-1763

D5557/10/16/3

Cash accounts with J Bromehead

 

1760-1763

D5557/10/16/4

Cash accounts with J Bromehead (Colonel Pole)

 

1763-1766

D5557/10/16/5

Cash accounts with J Bromehead (Mrs Olivia Pole)

 

1763-1764

D5557/10/16/6

Letter from Jane Bromehead at Eckington

 

4 Oct 1765

D5557/10/17

John Wilson's account paid for housekeeping at Park Hall for three servants, and account of malt, wheat and oats

 

1761-1762

D5557/10/18

Notebook of Mr Hall's bills

 

Aug 1775-Dec 1778

D5557/10/19

Account of Sacheverell Pole with Erasmus Darwin junior

 

1786-1796

D5557/10/20

Account book with William Ward

 

1791-1792

D5557/10/21

Receipts for wages

 

1794-1796

D5557/10/22

Cash book

 

1797-1798

D5557/10/23

Account of bills owed to James Simpson by Sacheverell Pole

 

1803-1805

D5557/10/24

Account book with William Parker, Derby

 

1803-1811

D5557/10/25

Cash book for meat

 

1806-1808

D5557/10/26

Account book with Robert Grayson

 

1800-1811

D5557/10/27

Account book with William Morley

 

1808-1811

D5557/10/28

Account book with Cox & Weatherhead

 

1812-1813

D5557/10/29

Account book with John and Roger Cox, wine merchants, Derby

 

1812-1813

D5557/10/30

Account book with John Chatterton, Derby

 

1812-1813

D5557/10/31

Account book with Thomas Wright, Derby

 

1812-1813

D5557/10/32

Account book with William Holbrook, Derby

 

1812-1813

D5557/10/32/5

Bundle of receipts

 

1799

D5557/10/33

Account book with John Cooper, Derby

 

1812-1813

D5557/10/34

Account book with Thomas Mason, Derby

 

1812-1813

D5557/10/35

Account book with Mosley & Tunicliffe, Derby

 

1813

D5557/10/36

Account book with George Gregory

 

1813

D5557/10/37/1

Account book with Richard Smith, Italian warehouse

 

1808-1811

D5557/10/37/2

Account book with Jane Smith, Italian warehouse

 

1813

D5557/10/38

Bundles of receipts

 

1751-1813

D5557/10/38/1

Bundle of receipts

 

1751

D5557/10/38/2

Bundle of receipts

 

1772

D5557/10/38/3

Bundle of receipts

 

1788-1791

D5557/10/38/4

Bundle of receipts

 

1794

D5557/10/38/5

Bundle of receipts

 

1799

D5557/10/38/6

Bundle of receipts

 

1807

D5557/10/38/7

Bundle of receipts

 

1813

D5557/10/38/8/1-16

Vouchers to account

 

1801

D5557/10/38/9/1-19

Vouchers to account

 

1802

D5557/10/38/10/1-21

Vouchers to account

 

1804

D5557/10/38/11/1-16

Vouchers to account

 

1805

D5557/10/38/12/1-5

Misc vouchers to account

 

early 19th cent

D5557/10/39

Accounts of the Radbourne troop yeomanry cavalry

(Photocopy)

 

1811-1813

D5557/10/40

Timber account

 

Jan 1819-Oct 1831

D5557/10/41

Accounts ledger

 

1823-1826

D5557/10/42

Book of receipts

 

1828-1842

D5557/10/43

Bills of house expenses

 

1832

D5557/10/44

Park Farm (includes workmen's time account and receipts)

 

Mar 1860-Mar 1861

D5557/10/45

Wages books (include labourers' names, no of days and rate of wages)

 

1863-1865

D5557/10/45/1

Wages book for Radbourne Hall

 

Jan 1863-Jul 1865

D5557/10/45/2

Wages book for Radbourne gardens

 

Jan 1863-Jul 1865

D5557/10/45/3

Wages book for Radbourne farm

 

Apr 1863-Jul 1865

D5557/10/46

Inventory and valuation of effects on the Silver Hill and Hall Farms at Radbourne

 

Oct 1866

D5557/10/47

Farm expenses book

 

1867-1870

D5557/10/48

Labour account

 

1865-1867

D5557/10/49

Labour accounts

 

1868-1873

D5557/10/50

Current expenditure accounts

 

1874-1930

D5557/10/50/1

Current expenditure accounts

 

1874-1882

D5557/10/50/2

Current expenditure accounts

 

1883-1886

D5557/10/50/3

Current expenditure accounts

 

1887-1892

D5557/10/50/4

Current expenditure accounts

 

1892-1895

D5557/10/50/5

Current expenditure accounts

 

1896-1900

D5557/10/50/6

Current expenditure accounts

 

1901-1910

D5557/10/50/7

Current expenditure accounts

 

1923-1926

D5557/10/50/8

Current expenditure accounts

 

1926-1930

D5557/10/51

Accounts ledger (includes rent returns, roads, draining, poor rates, tax etc)

 

1882-1890

D5557/10/52

Trustees of the settled estate of R W Chandos Pole: account book of expenditure of capital monies on holdings

 

1885-1923

D5557/10/53

Expenditure and receipts

 

1891

D5557/10/54

Business diary

 

Oct 1899-Oct 1902

D5557/10/55

Radbourne Estate: farm and cottage rentals

 

1877-1917

D5557/10/55/1

Lady Day

 

1877

D5557/10/55/2

Michaelmas

 

1877

D5557/10/55/3

Book of rentals

 

1882-1900

D5557/10/55/4

Book of rentals

 

1906-1919

D5557/10/55/5

Michaelmas

 

1907

D5557/10/55/6

Michaelmas

 

1910

D5557/10/55/7

Lady Day

 

1916

D5557/10/55/8

Michaelmas

 

1916

D5557/10/55/9

Michaelmas

 

1917

D5557/10/55/10

Michaelmas

 

1876

D5557/10/56

Current receipts

 

1883-1930

D5557/10/56/1

Current receipts

 

1883-1910

D5557/10/56/2

Current receipts

 

1910-1919

D5557/10/56/3

Current receipts

 

1910-1930

D5557/10/57

Account books

 

1891-1930

D5557/10/57/1

Account book

 

1891-1906

D5557/10/57/2

Account book

 

1907-1930

D5557/10/58

Register of returns for duties on land values

 

1909

D5557/10/59

Pay sheets

Pay sheets are also included in the correspondence of Leonard Edwards

1911-1913

D5557/10/59/1

Pay sheet

 

6 Jul 1911

D5557/10/59/2

Pay sheet

 

4 Jan 1913

D5557/10/60

Number not used

 

 

D5557/10/61

Estate of Lady Anna Carolina Chandos Pole, deceased

 

1914-1917

D5557/10/61/1

Inventory of certain items at Harrington House, 13 Kensington Palace Gardens

 

May 1914

D5557/10/61/2

Supplemental account of proceeds of sale of furniture and effects

 

Feb 1917

D5557/10/61/3

Administration account of the estates of Geraldine Evelyn Countess of Milltown and Lady Anna Carolina Chandos Pole

 

1914-1917

D5557/10/61/4

Catalogue of jewels the property of Lady Anna Chandos Pole deceased

 

15 Jul 1914

D5557/10/62

Park Hall Estate rentals

 

1916-1917

D5557/10/62/1

Lady Day

 

1916

D5557/10/62/2

Michaelmas

 

1916

D5557/10/62/3

Michaelmas

 

1917

D5557/10/63

Receipts and payments ledger

 

1919-1931

D5557/10/64

Ledgers

 

1919-1957

D5557/10/64/1

Ledger

 

1919-1923

D5557/10/64/2

Ledger

 

1923-1927

D5557/10/64/3

Ledger

 

1928-1934

D5557/10/64/4

Ledger

 

1934-1937

D5557/10/64/5

Ledger

 

1937-1939

D5557/10/64/6

Ledger

 

1940-1942

D5557/10/64/7

Ledger

 

1943-1945

D5557/10/64/8

Ledger

 

1946-1948

D5557/10/64/9

Ledger

 

1949-1951

D5557/10/64/10

Ledger

 

1952-1955

D5557/10/64/11

Ledger

 

1955-1957

D5557/10/65

Accounts of J W Chandos Pole

 

1942-1951

D5557/10/65/1

General statement of accounts of Captain J W Chandos Pole

 

Feb 1942

D5557/10/65/2

Analysis of securities of Captain J W Chandos Pole

 

22 Mar 1943

D5557/10/65/3

Schedule of investments of Major J W Chandos Pole

 

7 Nov 1951

D5557/10/66

Ledger sheets of the trustees of the Radbourne settlement

 

Apr 1988-Mar 1991

D5557/10/67

Bank book of Colonel Chandos Pole in account with Messrs Samuel Smith and Company

 

Apr 1902-Feb 1907

D5557/10/68/1

Colonel Chandos Pole: statement of monies paid into private account

 

1906

D5557/10/68/2

Colonel Chandos Pole: account of revenues and expenditure

 

1910

D5557/10/69

Sale catalogue for portions of the Mercaston estate, comprising three dairy farms (includes map 6 inch = 1 mile)

 

23 Apr 1969

D5557/11

Killamarsh estate

These papers were bundled together in a folder entitled 'Killamarsh'

18th cent-19th cent

D5557/11/1/1

Bill of account of the proprietors of Killamarsh

 

1775-1779

D5557/11/1/2

Extract from the award made under the Killamarsh Inclosure Act

 

16 Jan 1779

D5557/11/1/3

Expenses re Killamarsh Inclosure

 

1776

D5557/11/1/4

Two letters to Erasmus Darwin junior from John Willson re inclosure

 

29 Apr 1797-18 Mar 1798

D5557/11/1/5

Letter to Mr Lax at Mr Woods, Southampton Street, Covent Garden from [?] re inclosure of the manor of Killamarsh

 

c1797

D5557/11/2

References to the plan of the staff drift belonging to C H Rhodes of Barlborough, surveyed by William Fairbank

 

1777

D5557/11/3

Extract from the award made under the Barlborough Inclosure Act

 

15 Sep 1798

D5557/11/4

Letter to Sacheverell Pole from Mr Gisbourne re the Clifton mortgage

 

10 Aug 1802

D5557/11/5

Schedule of owners of houses and land in Killamarsh

 

[19th cent]

D5557/11/6

Particulars of an estate in Barlborough, Eckington and Killamarsh (giving names of tenants and quantity of land)

 

[19th cent]

D5557/11/7

Petition by the landowners of Killamarsh to Colonel Pole against inclosing the commons

 

nd

D5557/12

Legal papers (purchase of lands and court cases)

 

19th cent

D5557/12/1

Memorandum re a particular of three lands in mortgage by Lady Poole and her son to German Pole from Abell Litchford

 

[17th cent]

D5557/12/2

Appointment by German Pole of Francis Mundy of Markeaton and Christopher Hynton of Etwall as his attorneys

 

21 Sep 1634

D5557/12/3

Interrogations to the witnesses on behalf of Christopher Pegge (plt) against Edward Pegge (def)

 

16 Mar 1668

D5557/12/4

Note of agreement between [German Pole] and his tenants

 

1680-1685

D5557/12/5

Case of John Hayne with Madam Pole re £20 lent to Timothy Greenwood

 

c1682

D5557/12/6

Note re the estate of German Pole deceased

 

25 Dec 1691

D5557/12/7/1

Observations of the case of Pole vs Meynell

 

1702

D5557/12/7/2

Opinion of Robert Bromley of Derby, land surveyer, on the case of Pole vs Meynell

 

c1702

D5557/12/8

Memorandum re purchase of a farm in Radbourne by Samuel Pole from the corporation of the hospital and free school of Sir John Port, Etwall

 

25 Sep 1717

D5557/12/9

Assignment of tenant right to a messuage at Heanors in Mickleover by Edward Bayley to Theophilus Beardsley and William Campion

 

4 Feb 1724/1725

D5557/12/10/1

Schedule for a decree determining the boundaries of several wards in Duffield Frith, by Robert Holden

 

1724

D5557/12/10/2

Legal precedents and sample cases by R Holden

 

1739-1744

D5557/12/11

Order for the summons of William Holebrook of Radbourne to answer charges of assualting and beating Robert Locker, keeper of the turnpike road, and for passing through the toll gate without paying the toll

 

20 Feb 1747

D5557/12/12

Papers and correspondence re exchange of lands between Sacheverell Pole and the rector of Barton

 

1806-1808

D5557/12/13

Letter from Sacheverell Pole re mortgage of a farm

 

25 Jan 1813

D5557/12/14

Copy agreement between C E Newton and R W Chandos Pole for sale of Smevils Farm in Etwall

 

14 Aug 1886

D5557/12/15

Proposed heads of terms for agreement for a lease of Park Hall by R W Chandos Pole to Mr and Mrs Jowitt of Wingfield Hall

 

8 Jun 1912

D5557/13

Plans

 

19th cent-20th cent

D5557/13/1

Sketch for bridge in Radbourne Hall. Elevation, transverse section and plan showing 'new road'. 'Present bridge' [footbridge] and brook shown. Scale: 4ft = 1 inch

 

1856

D5557/13/2

Proposed alterations to Radbourne Church. Scale: 8ft = 1 inch

 

nd

D5557/13/3

Proposed additional bedrooms, Silver Hill. Scale: 8ft = 1 inch

 

18 Mar 1912

D5557/13/4/1-2

Additions to Silver Hill, Radbourne (sketches B and C)

 

1813

D5557/13/5

Plan of new farm buildings at Radbourne occupied by Joseph Lowe

 

24 Jul 1888

D5557/14

Probates

 

19th cent

D5557/14/1

Will of Alice Smyth of West Hallom

 

7 Aug 1643

D5557/14/2

Quitclaim by German Pole to Samuel Pole of legacies from his father's will

 

26 Dec 1689

D5557/14/3

Papers of Jane Pegge to be opened by her son Chris on her death

 

[17th cent]

D5557/14/4

Copy will of Margaret Pole of Chesterfield, spinster, dated 17 Jan

 

1750

D5557/14/5

Will of Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole, dated 24 Dec

 

1857

D5557/15

Derbyshire Imperial Yeomanry

 

1871-1901

D5557/15/1

Appointment of R W Chandos Pole as an infantry officer

 

14 Oct 1871

D5557/15/2

Correspondence

 

1899-1900

D5557/15/2/1

Correspondence re volunteers for the Yeomanry

 

Dec 1899-Jan 1900

D5557/15/2/2

Correspondence re sale of horses for the Yeomanry

 

Jan 1900

D5557/15/2/3

Miscellaneous correspondence and papers re the Yeomanry

 

1899-1900

D5557/15/3

Regimental Order by Colonel Paget Mosley

 

11 Feb 1898

D5557/15/4

Regimental Order by Lieut-Col Reginald Chandos Pole

 

1899

D5557/15/5

6th Yeomanry Brigade, statement of accounts

 

1899

D5557/15/6

Bill of account of H Lehmann, tailor and military outfitter

 

Jun 1899

D5557/15/7

Annual inspection report

 

27 Jul 1899

D5557/15/8

Camp accounts (Aston-on-Trent)

 

1900

D5557/15/9

Report of arrangements for assembly for permanent duty

 

1900

D5557/15/10

Confidential report and amendment re annual inspection of 1900

 

1900

D5557/15/11

Instructions to be issued by the Imperial Yeomanry Committee to the commanding officers of Yeomanry Regiments at a meeting to be held on 11 Jan

 

1900

D5557/15/12

Roll of the Derbyshire Yeomanry Cavalry

 

1900

D5557/15/13

List of horses (giving description, age, price and from whom bought)

 

c1900

D5557/15/14

Description of duties of various offices

 

c1900

D5557/15/15

Confidential report of annual inspection

 

1901

D5557/15/16

Poem: 'The Man of the Spurs'

 

c1900

D5557/15/17

Plans of a general service wagon and an ammunition wagon for South Africa. Scale: 1ft = 1 inch

 

c1900

D5557/16

Mugginton School

Mugginton School was founded by the charity of Rev Samuel Pole and Ann Pole. In 1746 Rev Samuel Pole granted to his brother German Pole a moiety of certain lands for teaching poor children. Their mother, Ann Pole, then bequeathed £100 in her will for the instruction of poor children at Radbourne.

1844-1924

D5557/16/1

Account book

 

1844-1870

D5557/16/2

Account book

 

1882-1903

D5557/16/3

Correspondence re Mugginton School

 

1868-1924

D5557/16/4

Statement of accounts

 

1889-1890

D5557/16/5

Statement of accounts

 

21 Nov 1901

D5557/16/6

Abstract of title of the trustees of the Mugginton and Radbourne Schools to a close of land at Turnditch

 

1902

D5557/16/7

Account book of R W Chandos Pole for Samuel and Ann Pole's charity

 

1922-1938

D5557/16/8

Summary of particulars of charities

 

7 May 1924

D5557/17

School reports

 

1869-1925

D5557/17/1

Examination reports for F C Pole and J C Pole (8 Norfolk Terrace, Brighton)

 

1869

D5557/17/2

Examination report for S Pole, with order of examination and a letter from the teacher (8 Norfolk Terrace, Brighton)

 

1873

D5557/17/3

Reports from St Aubyn's, Rottingdean for [John Walkelyne?]

 

1924-1925

D5557/18

Pedigrees

 

17th cent-19th cent

D5557/18/1

Family tree with coats of arms, down to Francis Pole, son of German and Dorothy Pole

 

[17th cent]

D5557/18/2

Extracts from the Radbourne register, re Pole family members

 

[c1864]

D5557/18/3

Article from 'The Week' entitled 'Some Old Halls of Derbyshire' on Radbourne Hall with a family tree from Henry de Ferrars (11th cent) down to Dorothy Violot Chandos Pole

 

12 Apr 1890

D5557/18/4

Two letters from B Tacchella to R W Chandos Pole re Pole family history and a printed booklet 'Walkelin de Derby: a benefactor of Derby School, AD 1176' by B Tacchella

 

1898-1903

D5557/18/5

Letter from Karl Pearson at the University of London to R W Chandos Pole re Francis Galton whose grandmother was the widow of Edward Sacheverell Pole

 

6 Nov 1911

D5557/19

Miscellaneous

 

17th cent-20th cent

D5557/19/1

Petition of Col Symon Rugeley for compensation for damage to his estate

 

[17th cent]

D5557/19/2/1

Copy of agreement made between the abbot and lords of Radbourne and Langley re common pasture land

 

[18th cent]

D5557/19/2/2

Map showing 'The Abbot's Way' through Radbourne and Langley Commons

[damaged]


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


No title. n.d.[c1738]. Scale: of 40 chains or halfe an English mile [1:6700]. Size: 70 x 55 cm., piece missing top left corner and piece cut out towards top right. Materials: ink and colour on parchment. Centred on: SK296372 Notes:compass directions in margins. Shows Radbourne, Markeaton, Langley, Mackworth Commons with Abbot's Way through...

[c1738]

D5557/19/3/1-2

Two small notebooks of poems and riddles

 

nd

D5557/19/3/3

Poem by Francis Linton for Richard Newdigate on the occasion of his daughter's marriage into the Pole family

 

[17th cent]

D5557/19/3/4

Poems and cookery recipes by Robert Newdegate for his sister Mrs Anne Pole, including a poem beginning 'A papist dy'd and at last gasp did tell' and 'to make a sack posset' and 'to make a caudle'

 

30 Jul 1687

D5557/19/3/5

Poem entitled 'The Answere of Mr Wallers Painter to his many new advisers 1667'

 

[17th cent]

D5557/19/4

List of items stolen from the house on 25 Apr

 

1665

D5557/19/5

List of books

 

nd

D5557/19/6

Petition of Edward Pole to the Bishop of Lincoln

 

9 Nov 1624

D5557/19/7

Epitaph by Chris Pegge made on the death of William Waine, late vicar of Ashbourne, who died 6 Jan 1659

 

1659

D5557/19/8

Certificate that Sarah Pole, wife of German Pole of Aldershott took the oath to King George at the Quarter Sessions

 

15 Oct 1723

D5557/19/9

Report of a meeting of the commissioners appointed to execute the Act of Parliament for repairing the roads from Loughborough to Derby, attended by German Pole and Rev Samuel Pole

 

10 Aug 1740

D5557/19/10

Recipe to cure the gout in the stomach

 

1 Jun 1759

D5557/19/11

Notebook of puppies foaled

 

1766-1780

D5557/19/12

'The Poor Supporters of the Poor Old Interests: a song by an Oxfordshire freeholder'

 

nd

D5557/19/13

Grant to Henry Reginald Chandos Pole of the rectory of Mugginton

 

26 Mar 1832

D5557/19/14

Manuscript book of music of Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole junior

 

19 Feb 1842

D5557/19/15

'Suffragettes' speech'

Not a genuine speech but rather a fictitious account mocking the Suffragette movement by authors unknown

early 20th cent

D5557/19/16

Rules of the Four-in-Hand Driving Club

 

Jun 1907

D5557/19/17

In memoriam card for Carolina, wife of Lord Claud John Hamilton

 

1911

D5557/19/18

Baptism certificates of John Walkelyne Chandos Pole

 

4 Nov 1913

D5557/19/19

Membership book of the First or Grenadier Guards' Club

 

1915

D5557/19/20

Certificate presented to Olga Chandos Pole on her coming of age

 

6 Jan 1923

D5557/19/21

File of subscriptions to the Nottingham University Endowment Fund

 

1928-1929

D5557/19/22

Appointment of John W Chandos Pole as an officer in the land forces

 

29 Aug 1935

D5557/19/23

Number not used

Formerly an account of the contents of the twenty tin boxes in the strong room at Radbourne [20th cent] [withdrawn May 2002]

 

D5557/19/24

Descriptive catalogue of the Charters and Muniments in the Possession of Reginald Walkelyne Chandos Pole at Radbourne Hall, compiled by Isaac Herbert Jeayes (London, 1896)

 

1896

D5557/19/25

Number no longer used

 

 

D5557/19/26

Number no longer used

 

 

D5557/20

Correspondence

 

1790-1850

D5557/20

Correspondence

including D5557/20/15-16 Letters while schoolboy at Harrow

1790-1813

D5557/21

Letters of Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole while on active Service with army including campaigns in Spain and Portugal

 

1807-1813

D5557/22

Letter on death of German Pole

 

1821

D5557/23

Miscellaneous personal papers of Chandos-Pole family

including:

D5557/23/1 Henry Williams bill for furniture [Radbourne] 1752

D5557/23/2 Christmas boxes to servants [Radbourne] 1779

D5557/23/3-6 Foxhunting papers including: list of hounds, some belonging to Mrs. Sitwell; and hunting places fixed bt township, MrPole and Mr Cotton 1790-1797

D5557/23/7 Erasmus Darwin Junior's bill for expenses including salary to executors of E S Pole 1793-1799

D5557/23/8 John Chatterton's bill for expences on house and garden [Radbourne] 1799-1800

D5557/23/9 Offer of Sacheverell Pole to raise troop of Yeomanry cavalry with list of names c1806

1752-1873

D5557/24

Additional Estate records

 

1751-c.1833

D5557/24/1

Timber sales book, Killamarsh

includes: sales at Bawtry, Yorkshire; and agreements with shipbuilders at Sunderland and Newcastle (booklet)

1751

D5557/24/2

Nathaniel Edwards' bill of legal costs for sale of Egginton estate to Sir Henry Every

 

1800

D5557/24/3

Rough notes by township of rateable values and poor rates, arranged by hundred

includes Appletree, Morley, and Scarsdale [Fragile]

c1833

D5557/24/4

Tenancy agreement, William Allen

 

1851

D5557/25/1

Silverhill farm accounts

 

1865-6

D5557/25/2

Radbourne estate auditor's accounts

 

1882-1887

D5557/25/3-4

Radbourne estate receipts & expenditure, half yearly

 

1878-1879

D5557/26

Miscellanea

 

 

D5557/26/1

Newscutting regarding battle of Salamanca and events in Peninsular War

 

c 1813

D5557/26/2-5

Legal notes ? of Edward Chandos Pole

 

1820s

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