Ref No

D1000

Sitwell Family of Renishaw

Papers relating to the coal and iron interests of the Sitwell family of Renishaw. For personal and family papers, see D6573

1640-1937

D1000/1

Miscellaneous papers relating to the coal and iron interests of the Sitwell family. Financial, business, estate and miscellaneous papers

 

1640-1860

D1000/1/1

Agreement to take possession of a glasshouse at Gawber Hall, Yorkshire, between William Thorp and Francis Sitwell

 

1733

D1000/1/2

Agreement to deliver pig iron to the forge at Clipstone between Henry Wigfall, George Sitwell and John Wright, John Parker and Arthur Parker, 6 February 1643/4

 

1644

D1000/1/3

Sale of wood called Woodthorpe Springe for conversion to charcoal by John Nodder of Woodthorpe, Co. Yorks to George Sitwell of Renishaw for 4s 6d per cord

 

1667

D1000/1/4

'Goods sold for Mrs Katherine Sitwell of Derby widow' - iron, nails, bar iron and other iron goods

 

1678

D1000/1/5

Bill for hearth, Jan

 

1736

D1000/1/6

An account for work done by Samuel Vintine at Foxbrooke Furnace, Nov

 

1697

D1000/1/7

Mr Sampson's general account for cordwood, Apr

 

1674

D1000/1/8

An account of cordwood received from the Duke of Newcastle by Mr George Sitwell and Mrs Katherine Sitwell, Mansfield, Edwinstowe, Lindhurst

 

1673-1674

D1000/1/9

Clipstone Forge account of corwood and coals

 

c1700

D1000/1/10

Further account of wood in Sherwood Forest purchased from the Duke of Newcastle for conversion to charcoal

 

1676

D1000/1/11

An account concerning the culling and cording of wood in Colliers Spring and Lower Stubbing

 

1680

D1000/1/12

An account concerning wood to be used for charcoal, furnace and for general sale

 

1680-1681

D1000/1/13

George Sitwell's bill for nails, Mar

 

1692

D1000/1/14

Account of money disbursed by Thomas Starkye to Mrs Katherine Sitwell's concerning the Parlour at Staveley Forge and house adjoining which was burnt down and the half blast at Staveley Forge

 

1680-1681

D1000/1/14

Account of money disbursed by Thomas Starkye to Mrs Katherine Sitwell's concerning the Parlour at Staveley Forge and house adjoining which was burnt down and the half blast at Staveley Forge

 

1680-1681

D1000/1/15

Stock book of nails with the headings 'London nails' and 'Nails in my warehouse'

 

1668

D1000/1/16

An account between Mrs Katherine Sitwell and Mr George Sitwell, merchant. Purchase of finery and furnace bellows and pig iron

 

c1700

D1000/1/17

Isaac Fentham's receipts and disbursements. Detailed accounts of nails made

 

1679-1680

D1000/1/18

Lease of timber in Clipstone by John Clarke to George Sitwell

 

1650

D1000/1/19

Note of iron sold to scythe smiths

 

17th cent

D1000/1/20

Agreement to buy timber for charcoal between Lionel Cobley of Wadsworth, Yorkshire and Francis Sitwell, Wood Aston, Yorkshire, Jan

 

1668-1669

D1000/1/21

Agreement to buy timber in Sheffield by Dowager Duchess of Kent to George Sitwell , Sep

 

1642

D1000/1/22

Goods sold for account of Katherine Sitwell - mainly nails

 

1679

D1000/1/23

Receipt to George Sitwell for wood from the Surveyor General of his Majesties Woods north side of Trent, Apr

 

1663

D1000/1/24

George Sitwell's account for charcoal, iron and rent

 

1689

D1000/1/25

An account of several parcels of nails sold for the use of George Sitwell

 

1689-1690

D1000/1/26

Agreement by George Sitwell to John Finch of Dudley, Worcestershire, ironmonger to sell 110 tons of iron by long weight (80 tons of slitt iron and 30 tons of bar iron) to be delivered to Finch at Nottingham and Derby, Apr

 

1664

D1000/1/27

Prices of goods sold - mainly nails

 

1681

D1000/1/28

Receipt for the excise of iron made and cast at George Sitwell's forges and furnaces at Staveley, Corburton, Pleasley, Wingfield and Foxbrooke

 

1689

D1000/1/29

Staveley Furnace account

 

17th cent

D1000/1/30

Reckoning book for nails

 

1673-1674

D1000/1/31

General furnace and forge account

 

1668

D1000/1/32

Isaac Fentham's account

 

1672-1676

D1000/1/33

Receipt of payment for timber

 

1650

D1000/1/34

Purchase by Katherine and George Sitwell of wood in Sherwood-Lindhurst, Mansfield

 

1673-1675

D1000/1/35

Isaac Fentham's nail making receipts and disbursements - Eckington Smithy

 

1676-1677

D1000/1/36

Isaac Fentham's receipts and disbursements

 

1674-1675

D1000/1/37

Assignment by George Sitwell and Henry Wigfall to John Wright of Woodseats for the remainder of the term of a lease of ironworks, house and land at Stone, Yorkshire, with bellows, grazing, stock and coals, Nov

 

1640

D1000/1/38

Inventory of tools and equipment with the heading 'An account of the tools sow mettle etc. delimited at Staveley Forge and Furnace of Mrs Katherine Sitwell for Mr George Sitwell's use, of London, merchant.'

 

1678

D1000/1/39

Draft assignment by Henry Wigfall and George Sitwell to John Wright of Woodseats for the remainder of the term of a lease of ironworks, house and land at Stone, Yorkshire

 

1640

D1000/1/40

An account of iron sent to Mr Burgesse from Clipstone, Jun

 

1677

D1000/1/41

Isaac Fentham's nail account of receipts and disbursements - Eckington Smithy

 

1673-1674

D1000/1/42

Mr Collin's nail account

 

1679

D1000/1/43

Account of metal and tools weighed at Clipstone Forge

 

1680-1681

D1000/1/44

Agreement between George Sitwell and Thomas Tibbatts of West Bromwich for Tibbatts to build a slitting mill for George Sitwell for £40, Sep

 

1656

D1000/1/45

Miscellaneous account

 

c1680

D1000/1/46

Agreement between George Sitwell and Henry Wigfall - partners in an iron mill or furnace near Plumley, Eckington - that Wigfall shall have sole use and benefit of the furnace for two years, Oct

 

1649

D1000/1/47

Receipts and disbursements for nail making

 

1675-1676

D1000/1/48

Lease by Francis Sitwell to Thomas Porter and William Rotherham of four closes in Eckington

 

1736-1737

D1000/1/49

Counterpart lease by Francis Sitwell esq. To Thomas Porter and William Rotherham of four closes ( Harberlands, the Stubbinge, Osmondhough and Marsh Close ) 41 acres, a small house, used as a counting house, and a small coal depth within the closes

 

1740

D1000/1/50

Lease for forty years by Sir George Sitwell to Messrs Clarke, Appleby and Appleby of part of a bed of coal in Eckington and Staveley called Wells Bed, with schedule of property under which coal is to be mined (with plan), Mar

 

1840

D1000/1/51

Instructions regarding a coal lease to Rhodes of Black Shale coal in Eckington, Jan

 

1860

D1000/1/52

Copy lease of tramway and grant and arrangement for making a railway from the colliery to the Midland Railway, Mar

 

1860

D1000/1/53

Draft lease - Sitwell to Rhodes

 

1860

D1000/1/54

Agreement relative to North Midland Railway, Apr

 

1836

D1000/1/55

Draft lease (part missing) to Wells

 

1849

D1000/1/56

Memo re Rhodes lease

 

1860

D1000/1/57

Additional memo re Sitwell to Rhodes lease

 

1860

D1000/1/58

Terms of agreement for Rhodes lease

 

1859

D1000/1/59

Lease of use of tramway on Eckington Estate

 

1857

D1000/1/60

Further memo re coal lease

 

1859

D1000/1/61

Instructions for coal lease - Sitwell to Rhodes

 

1860

D1000/1/62

Lease by Sitwell Reresby Sitwell to Messrs Wells for the use of a tramway, Mar

 

1857

D1000/1/63

Letter relating to Wells' collieries

 

1844

D1000/1/64

Remarks re Well's lease

 

1857

D1000/1/65

Memo re provisions of a lease - Sitwell to Wells

 

1857

D1000/1/66

Memo re Wells' lease

 

1857

D1000/1/67

Draft lease of a tramway - Sitwell to Rhodes

 

1860

D1000/1/68

Instructions for draft plan - Sitwell to Wells

 

1857

D1000/1/69

Two further notes re Wells' lease

 

1857

D1000/1/70

Instructions for counsel re draft coal lease

 

1857

D1000/1/71

Letter re Rhodes lease

 

1860

D1000/1/72

Map of the land taken by the North Midland Railway for the station at Eckington

 

1839

D1000/1/73

Draft lease by Sitwell to Joseph Glossop for 21 years of a colliery in Eckington

 

1797

D1000/1/74

Letter re 'idle colliers' at Renishaw, Sep

 

1720

D1000/1/75

Draft Instructions for counsel with abstracts of title for various deeds - Sir George Sitwell to North Midland

 

19th cent

D1000/1/76

Extract from conveyance of part of Eckington Estate to show recoveration of minerals

 

1836

D1000/1/77

Nail Making Accounts

 

1673-1680

D1000/1/77/1

Nail making accounts

 

1673

D1000/1/77/2

Nail making accounts

 

1674

D1000/1/77/3

Nail making accounts

 

1675

D1000/1/77/4

Nail making accounts

 

1675-1676

D1000/1/77/5

Nail making accounts

 

1676-1677

D1000/1/77/6

Nail making accounts

 

1679-1680

D1000/1/77/6

Wages paid at Eckington Smithy, Oct

 

1674

D1000/2

Miscellaneous papers relating to the coal and iron interests of the Sitwell family

 

1655-1890

D1000/2/1

Detailed coal account book

 

1726

D1000/2/2

Sacheverell estate paper mentioning getting coal at Smalley and Kiddesley

 

1730

D1000/2/3

Sale by John Clarke of London, draper, to George Sitwell and others for £2928 1s 6d of woods in Clipstone, Fliscarr, Annetts Bower and the Shrogge, Sep

 

1655

D1000/2/4

Agreement between George Sitwell and Godfrey Conye, George Brownrs, Robert Turner and Richard Carenail - labourers - to get all the coal above Foxbrooke Furnace

 

1657

D1000/2/5

The account of John Burges of Yarmouth for iron sent to him by William Heays from Clipstone Forges to Hull and Yarmouth

 

1678

D1000/2/6

A note of what money Isaac Harrison has paid for rod iron to several persons

 

1674-1680

D1000/2/7

Goods at Brigg Caister and Horncastle (iron), May

 

1681

D1000/2/8

An account of iron sold and delivered for the account of William Sacheverell

 

1680

D1000/2/9

A note of debts for bars made at Clipstone Forges, Jun

 

1680

D1000/2/10

Isaac Fentham's account of receipts and disbursements

 

1673

D1000/2/11

Isaac Fentham's account of receipts and disbursements

 

1678-1679

D1000/2/12

Information concerning the theft of iron from Staveley Forge, May

 

1674

D1000/2/13

Account between John Frechvile of Staveley and George Sitwell concerning the bar iron made at Staveley Forge

 

1683

D1000/2/14

Petition to Parliament from the iron makers of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire complaining about the import of vast quantities of cheap ore from Sweden and elsewhere

 

c1680

D1000/2/15

List of debts for rod iron, Apr

 

1681

D1000/2/16

An account of the sow metal received from Mrs Clayton at Clipstone Forges

 

1671-1673

D1000/2/17

John Burgesse's account at Clipstone Forge

 

1678

D1000/2/18

Money 'in part of Clipstone debts'

 

1681-1682

D1000/2/19

An account of what money is at present due upon the bill of debts for bar iron, Jun

 

1680

D1000/2/20

Isaac Fentham's account for coals

 

1722-1725

D1000/2/21

An extract account of every particular sum of money I have received of those persons that Mr Hayes delivered iron at/to Clipstone works'

 

1681

D1000/2/22

Memo relating to a lease by Sir Sitwell Reresby Sitwell to Messrs Wells of coals under part of Renishaw Estate

 

1857

D1000/2/23

An account of 'boreing to the cole' in Francis Atkin's ground at Killamarsh

 

c1720

D1000/2/24

Memo on agreement with Richard Wells for a colliery, Nov

 

1810

D1000/2/25

Letter re Wells' coal lease

 

1857

D1000/2/26

Haberlands Colliery account book

 

1798-1799

D1000/2/27

Haberlands Colliery account book

 

1800-1801

D1000/2/28

Case paper relating to coal on Sacheverel Estate in Smalley and Kiddesley

 

1730

D1000/2/29

Number not used

 

 

D1000/2/30

Letter relating to a way leave, Oct

 

1860

D1000/2/31

Case paper mentioning the incumbent at Morley mining coal on the glebe

 

nd

D1000/2/32

Letter from Wells to Bellsye - a cheque for overgetting coal, May

 

1857

D1000/2/33

Notes relating to Soughs at Bramley Moor, Jul

 

1815

D1000/2/34

Sketch plan of Sir George Sitwell's coal at Loundsley Green, Apr

 

1821

D1000/2/35

Case paper relating to coal in the manor of Eckignton

 

1844

D1000/2/36

Sale of wood in the manor of Clipstone by the copy holders of Clipstone to George Sitwell, May

 

1658

D1000/2/37

Letter relating to the working of coal in the crown lands at Eckington, Apr

 

1814

D1000/2/38

Receipts for work on the canal bank

 

1816

D1000/2/39

Memo agreement between Sitwell and Richard Wells and Sons to get coal (by virtue of an engine) under Eckington Marsh, Nov

 

1810

D1000/2/40

Plan of Bythorp Colliery on Sir George Sitwell's Estate

 

1823

D1000/2/41

Articles of agreement between John Parker of Troway, wheelwright, and Jonathan Turner of Troway, coalminer, for Turner to dig for coal in certain closes in Eckington at £50 per acre, Jan

 

1792

D1000/2/42

Note regarding Sir George Sitwell's interest in coal on the estate to be conveyed to Mr Clayton

 

1828

D1000/2/43-44

Memos of the principal provisions of a lease proposed to be undertaken by Mr John Rhodes of a coalfield under part of Sir Reresby Sitwell's estate at Eckington, Dec

 

1859

D1000/2/45

Notes on Stoke Sough

 

c1810

D1000/2/46

Letter by John Morton to Hugh Parker regarding the state of Bramley Moor Colliery for which he is the tenant of the manor.

 

1826

D1000/2/47

Mineral accounts for : Consolidated mines, Stoke Sough, Sykes Milne and Co.

 

1794

D1000/2/48

Value of coal on Ridgeway Estate

 

nd

D1000/2/49

Account of 'Great Coals Got'

 

1725-1727

D1000/2/50

Bill of sale for a colliery at Mosborough Moor, Oct

 

1843

D1000/2/51

Letter regarding Taylor's coal at Mosborough Moor

 

1843

D1000/2/52

Letter by Jonathan Turner to Hugh Parker regarding Mr Thomas' scheme for coal mining in Eckington and other matters concerning coal in Eckington, Oct

 

1874

D1000/2/53

Letter re borings for coal on the crown land from Sir Sitwell Reresby Sitwell, Oct

 

1854

D1000/2/54

Letters regarding coal under copyhold land at Eckington (2 items)

 

1842

D1000/2/55

Memo regarding the surrender of coal at Manor Court, Oct

 

1841

D1000/2/56

Memo regarding Bramley Moor Colliery, Eckington

 

1815

D1000/2/57

Letter from the Office of Woods regarding minerals sold by the crown to Sir George Sitwell

 

1853

D1000/2/58

Memo regarding George Turner's lease of coal on copyhold coal at Eckington

 

nd

D1000/2/59

Small bundle of accounts for work done at Haberlands Colliery

 

1801

D1000/2/60

Notes on Eckington Slitting Mill

 

1826

D1000/2/61

Notice to Mr Ephraim Billam respecting coal and minerals lying under copyhold lands held in the Manor of Eckington, Aug

 

1843

D1000/2/62

Receipts and payments for Haberlands Colliery

 

1795-1801

D1000/2/63

Return of Sitwell regarding 8 acres of ironstone worked and retailed out by himself from his estate at Brampton in four years

 

1805

D1000/2/64

Agreement to become tenants to Carlton Wheel, Eckington, Oct

 

1805

D1000/2/65

Notice to Messrs sayles, Tingle and others regarding coal on Mosborough Moor, Nov

 

1843

D1000/2/66

Letter concerning minerals sold by the Crown to Sir George Sitwell, Feb

 

1853

D1000/2/67

Letter by H.R. Appleby to Bellyse regarding coal under copyhold land, Dec

 

1861

D1000/2/68

Letter from John Morton to Mr Thomas giving Mr Tuner notice to quit the colliery, Sep

 

1814

D1000/2/69

Case paper regarding property tax on coal in Brampton

 

1806

D1000/2/70

Sir George Sitwell's reply to Sir E. Watkins' offer regarding Renishaw Park Colliery

 

c1890

D1000/2/71

Bill of sale of Gawber Hall Estate including Colliery, Feb

 

1821

D1000/2/72

Lease by Sitwell to Messrs Sturges, Schofield and Paley of Gawber Hall Colliery for 21 years, Mar

 

1811

D1000/2/73

Correspondence regarding the lease of a small amount of coal at Walton

 

1823

D1000/2/74

Draft memorial to the Commissioners of Woods, Forests regarding coal under crown land at Eckington

 

1825

D1000/2/75

Note concerning boring at Brampton

 

1775

D1000/2/76

Results of boring a section through the coal at Brampton by Richard Davison

 

1775

D1000/2/77

Further notes regarding Brampton Coal

 

1781

D1000/2/78

Notes regarding Barnes coal and ironstone at Ashgate

 

1790

D1000/2/79

Detailed notes on coal at Brampton and estimated costs of working

 

c1790

D1000/2/80

Copy lease by the Duchess of Portland to Barnes and Wilcockson of coal in Brampton, May

 

1866

D1000/2/81

Further notes on coal and iron at Brampton

 

1793

D1000/2/82

Valuation of Sir George Sitwell's coal at Loundsley Green, Apr

 

1821

D1000/2/83

Joint lease of a colliery at Loundsley Green by Thomas barker and Sitwell to Joseph Glossop for 21 years with agreement regarding use of the sough, Mar

 

1798

D1000/2/84

Lease of Gawber Hall Colliery to Messrs Schofield, Sturges and Paley, Mar

 

1811

D1000/2/85

Conveyance of a corn mill in Killamarsh by Sacheverell Pole to William Cooper

 

1795

D1000/2/86

Lease by Francis Sitwell to John Fell of Fosbrooke of a Furnace and Renishaw Slitting Mill for 21 years, Mar

 

1750

D1000/2/87

Conveyance of forges, messuages and lands at Killamarsh by Benjamin Currey to Sir George Sitwell

 

1829

D1000/2/88

Lease by Sitwell Reresby Sitwell to Joseph Wright Bishop of Black Shale Bed for 21 years - with plan

 

1856

D1000/2/89

Lease by Sir George Sitwell to John Oxley of a colliery at Whiston for 21, Feb

 

1836

D1000/2/90

Surrender of lease by John Oxley to Sir George Sitwell

 

1844

D1000/2/91

Coal delivered from Haberlands Colliery to Renishaw hall

 

1801

D1000/2/92

Book of copies of mining leases

 

1857-1876

D1000/2/93

Letter of Attorney from Thomas Stones esq. to surrender copyhold premises within the Manor of Eckington to the Rector of the parish of Eckington upon Trusts

 

nd

D1000/3

Miscellaneous papers relating to the coal interests of the Sitwell family

 

1798-1936

D1000/3/1

Lease by Sir George R. Sitwell to Messrs Chandler and Son Ltd. of Parkgate seam at Marsh Lane or Bramley Moor for 20 years - with plan, Jul

 

1913

D1000/3/2/1

Copy lease of Eckington seam of coal at or near Toadpool Farm by Sir George Sitwell to Mr William Horrox and Mr Reginald Edward Horrox for 30 years, Oct

 

1922

D1000/3/2/1-3

Papers relating to the Eckington Seam of coal at or near Toadpool Farm

 

1922-1936

D1000/3/2/2

Deed of covenants relative to the Eckington seam of coal at Toadpool Farm by Sir George Sitwell to Mr William Horrox and Mr Reginald Edward Horrox, Oct

 

1922

D1000/3/2/3

Correspondence associated with the lease of the Eckington Seam of coal at or near Toadpool farm

 

1931-1936

D1000/3/3

Letters from Jonathan Longbotham to Sir George Sitwell regarding the Parkgate seam in the Plumbley area

 

1910

D1000/3/4

Letters regarding the mineral valuations under the Finance Act 1910

 

1912-1913

D1000/3/5

Letter regarding the setting up of a new company to work Sir George Sitwell's coal at Whiston, Dec

 

1896

D1000/3/6

Letter regarding Warde-Aldam's claim to Wickersley coal

 

1899

D1000/3/7

Letter regarding mining on the Whiston estate

 

1908

D1000/3/8

Letter regarding Horrox's wish to use two old shafts to work the Eckington seam

 

1923

D1000/3/9

Letter regarding the Parkgate Seam at Plumbley

 

1900

D1000/3/10

Letter regarding Mineral Rights Duties and Royalties

 

1937

D1000/3/11

Letter by C. E. Rhodes, mining engineer, to Sir George Sitwell concerning the value of the Swallow Wood and Parkgate Seams

 

1907

D1000/3/12

Letter to W. B. Thomas, agent, regarding Gawber Hall coal

 

1812

D1000/3/13

Letter regarding reserved coal areas in Eckington

 

1934

D1000/3/14

Copy lease by Sir Sitwell to Messrs Schofield, Sturgess, Paley and Mason of the Barnsley Coal at Gawber Hall, Mar

 

1811

D1000/3/15

Letter regarding the state of the watercourse adjoining Renishaw Foundry

 

1812

D1000/3/16

Assignment by Thomas Wolstenholme to Charles Speight of the water mill known as Park Mill, Renishaw, Aug

 

1853

D1000/3/17

Draft lease by Sitwell to Joseph Glossop of coal in Brampton

 

1798

D1000/3/18

Notes on coal and ironstone at Brampton

 

c1800

D1000/3/19

Acceptance of lease of Parkgate coal in the Plumbley area by Chandler and Son (2 items), Aug

 

1913

D1000/3/20

Correspondence file regarding workings at Whiston Grange - with plans

 

1904-1913

D1000/3/21/1

Report on the Silkstone workings in Renishaw Park by J and G Wells Ltd

 

1909

D1000/3/21/1-10

Miscellaneous papers relating to leases of Seams of coal owned by the Sitwell family

 

1898-1909

D1000/3/21/2

Case paper by Sir George Sitwell v. Worrall Ltd.

 

1898

D1000/3/21/3

Notes on the average selling price and rate per acre of the Silkstone seam

 

1903

D1000/3/21/4

Clauses from coal lease

 

nd

D1000/3/21/5

Opinion of Mr John Dixon on lease by Sir George Sitwell to Rothervale Collieries Ltd

 

1902

D1000/3/21/6

Observations of Sir George Sitwell on lease to John Brown and Co.

 

1903

D1000/3/21/7

Agreement for lease between Sir George Sitwell and John Brown Co.

 

1907

D1000/3/21/8

Further clauses in a lease

 

nd

D1000/3/21/9

Copy agreement between Sir George Sitwell and Mr F. J. Jones for the Barnsley coal in Wickersley and Brampton le Moors

 

1901

D1000/3/21/10

Copy of Mr Scott Fox's opinion on Wells' workings on the Sitwell settled estates

 

1902

D1000/3/22/1-2

Correspondence file regarding the opening of Walton Colliery - with plan

 

1898-1913

D1000/3/23/1

Correspondence file relating to Shady Hall Colliery, Eckington

 

1911-1912

D1000/3/23/1-5

Papers relating to Shady Hall Colliery

 

1911-1912

D1000/3/23/2

Plans relating to Shady Hall Colliery, Eckington

 

1911-1912

D1000/3/23/3

Sale catalogue of part of the Sitwell estate in Eckington, Killamarsh and Staveley, Aug

 

1911

D1000/3/23/4

Sale catalogue of parts of the estate in Eckington, Sep

 

1912

D1000/3/23/5

Sale catalogue of part of the estate in Troway

 

Sep 1912

D1000/3/24/1-2

Correspondence file and plan regarding to leases to J and G Wells Ltd. of coal in Eckington

 

1901-1903

D1000/3/25

Correspondence file relating to Shady Hall Colliery

 

1913

D1000/3/26

Correspondence file relating to Chandler and Sons' lease of Marsh lane Colliery

 

1913

D1000/3/27

File on the Mining Royalty Owners Association

 

1911

D1000/3/28/1

Correspondence file relating to the Sheffield Colliery Company

 

1885-1905

D1000/3/28/1-5

Papers relating to the Sheffield Colliery Company's leases of Sir George Sitwell's copyhold coal in Eckington, Moorhole and Birley Collieries

 

1885-1905

D1000/3/28/2

Plans relating to the Sheffield Colliery Companies leases of Sir George Sitwell's coal in Eckington, Moorhole and Birley Collieries

 

1885-1905

D1000/3/28/3

Abstract of 1885 lease to Sheffield Colliery Company with plan

 

1885

D1000/3/28/4

Sheffield Coal Company plan of workings in copyhold property belonging to Mr Swallow and Mr Mirfin Hughes

 

1896

D1000/3/28/5

Copy judgement of action taken by Sir George Sitwell against John Worral and Mary Wells over coal rents

 

1898

D1000/3/29

Correspondence with J and G Wells Ltd. regarding wayleaves

 

1905-1911

D1000/4

Coal records

 

1651-1937

D1000/4/1

Bramley Moor Colliery Account Books

 

1774-1780

D1000/4/1/1

Bramley Moor Colliery Account Book

 

1774

D1000/4/1/2

Bramley Moor Colliery Account Book

 

1775

D1000/4/1/3

Bramley Moor Colliery Account Book

 

1776

D1000/4/1/4

Bramley Moor Colliery Account Book

 

1777

D1000/4/1/5

Bramley Moor Colliery Account Book

 

1778

D1000/4/1/6

Bramley Moor Colliery Account Book

 

1779

D1000/4/1/7

Bramley Moor Colliery Account Book

 

1780

D1000/4/2

Haberlands Colliery Account Book

 

1795

D1000/4/3

Haberlands account book with the Colliers'

 

1795

D1000/4/4

Haberlands Colliery Account Book

 

1799-1800

D1000/4/5

Haberlands Colliery Account Book

 

1797-1800

D1000/4/6

[?plan of] an area of unworked Black Shale Coal at Eckington Collieries, Oct

 

1903

D1000/4/7

Letter from Elizabeth Osborne to her cousin, Mr Sitwell, mentioning the opening of the coal pits, Jun

 

1735

D1000/4/8

Number not used

 

 

D1000/4/9

Memo of sale of 345 cords of wood to George Sitwell of Renishaw

 

1651

D1000/4/10

Small bill for coal

 

1805

D1000/4/11

Advertisement for sale of timber

 

1804

D1000/4/12

Counsel's opinion regarding Wells' Colliery lease

 

1852

D1000/4/13

Notes on ironstone

 

nd

D1000/4/14

Letter by Mr Wake to Sir Reresby Sitwell regarding the 'overgetting' of coal, Apr

 

1854

D1000/4/15

Memo regarding the lease of Mr Sitwell's two grinding wheels

 

1807

D1000/4/16

Draft case paper regarding the coal annually sold by Sitwell out of his estate in Brampton Common and Mr Thomas, a working collier and retailer of the coal

 

nd

D1000/4/17

Coal account book by John Morton, banksman at Bramley Moor Colliery, Eckington

 

1781

D1000/4/18

Letter regarding gritstone for Sheffield trade

 

1814

D1000/4/19

File relating [coal interests] on the Renishaw Estate

 

[19th cent]

D1000/4/20

Counterpart lease by Sitwell to Appleby and Walker for ironstone at Ashgate, Brampton, May

 

1805

D1000/4/21

Lease by Thomas Barker and Sitwell to Joseph Glossop for a colliery at Lounds Green, Brampton, Mar

 

1798

D1000/4/22

Langley Mill annual account of the sale of the respective collieries giving the amount of coal/coke produced at collieries along the Erewash and Cromford Canals with number of boats, coal produced, value and expenses

 

1804

D1000/4/23

Lease by John Sampson and Francis Sitwell to Godfrey Worsnam and John Mason for woods and minerals in the Manor of Eckington, Jul

 

1668

D1000/4/24

Letter from Messrs Smith with proposals for Sir George Sitwell's' Ironstone in Newbold Lane, Aug

 

1818

D1000/4/25

Draft lease for 21 years of a colliery at Whitton, Yorkshire by Sir George Sitwell to Mr Thomas Pearson

 

1834

D1000/4/26

Judgement by Justice Byrne in the matter of Sitwell v Worral on action taken by Sir George Sitwell to restrain the defendants from working coal under copyhold land situate at Mosborough, Aug

 

1898

D1000/4/27/1-8

Bundle of case papers relating to a dispute between George R. Sitwell and J and G Wells Ltd. concerning the abandonment of works under lands owned by Sir George Sitwell

 

1915-1920

D1000/4/28

Draft Lease of the Eckington seam of coal at or near Toadpool Farm, Eckington for 25 years by Sir George Sitwell to William Horrox

 

1915

D1000/4/29

Correspondence file with Sydney Smith, mining surveyor, regarding coal mining on Sir George Sitwell's estate

 

1926-1927

D1000/4/30

Summary of correspondence and actions taken by Sydney Smith regarding work Messrs Wells wished to undertake on old areas beyond new Barrier to Holbrook

 

1923

D1000/4/31

Copy report to Sir George Sitwell regarding a dispute between Sir George Sitwell and the Sheffield Coal Co., Nov

 

1905

D1000/4/32

Proposed heads of terms for a lease of the Parkgate Seam of coal belonging to Sir George Sitwell and underlying Copyhold lands at Moorhole, Eckington, Apr

 

1925

D1000/4/33

Extracts from Bill Book of accounts in connection with work done for Messrs Chandler and Sons

 

1912-1924

D1000/4/34

Bill for services rendered by George Longbotham, mining engineer

 

1928

D1000/4/35

Summary of areas still workable for coal extraction on the Eckington Estate of Sir George Sitwell, Aug

 

1920

D1000/4/36

Mineral statements for Deep Softs Seam and Parkgate Seam at Renishaw Park Collieries

 

1937

D1000/4/37

Report on the scheme of Sinking versus Pumping

 

1905

D1000/4/38/1-7

Small bundle of miscellaneous mining plans

 

nd

D1000/4/39

Draft agreement for Barnsley Seam in Yorkshire for 40 years by Sir George Sitwell to John Brown and Co.

 

1908

D1000/4/40

Letter from Sydney Smith to Sir George Sitwell regarding the closure of the workings at the Barnsley Seam

 

1921

D1000/4/41

Particulars of Barnsley coal worked year ending March 1927

 

1927

D1000/4/42

Scaling figures for Barnsley Bed, Mar

 

1927

D1000/4/43

Casting figures in connection with Barnsley coal and accompanying mineral statement, Sep

 

1927

D1000/4/44

Scalings for Barnsley Bed and statement of workings, Sep

 

1927

D1000/5

Miscellaneous Papers Relating to Eckington Collieries

 

1838-1907

D1000/5/1/1-15

Bundle of draft title deeds and associated papers relating to the seam of coal known as Wells Bed situated in the parishes of Eckington and Staveley (Sir George Sitwell - Messrs Clarke, Appleby and Appleby)

 

1838-1839

D1000/5/2/1-23

Bundle of title deeds and associated papers relating to the seam of coal known as Black Shale Bed situated in the parish of Eckington, including: D1000/5/2/2 Lease of the Black Shale and Eckington Beds under part of the Sitwell Estate by Sir Sitwell R. Sitwell to Messrs Imrie, Jones, Anderson and Gregory, 1856; D1000/5/2/4 Particulars of freehold estates situated in parishes of Eckington, Staveley and Dronfield - with plan, 1854; D1000/5/2/23 Lease of copyhold coal between Sir George Sitwell and the Plumbley Colliery Co., 1886

 

1855-1886

D1000/5/3

Duplicate agreement for Parkgate and Silkstone seams of coal under land in the parish of Eckington by Sir George R. Sitwell to J and G Wells - with plan, Mar

 

1907

D1000/5/4/1-

Case papers in the matter of Sitwell v Stovin, including: D1000/5/4/1 Lease of Black Shale coal and ironstone in the parish of Staveley by his grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury and Dame Louisa Lucy Sitwell (guardians of Sir George Sitwell - an infant) to Mr C. E. Clarke, Jan

 

1880

D1000/5/5

Duplicate lease for the use of the Tramway on the Eckington Estate by Sir Sitwell R. Sitwell to J and G Wells, Mar

 

1857

D1000/5/6

Duplicate Grant and Arrangement for making a Railway from the Black Shale Bed to the Midland Railway by Sir Sitwell R. Sitwell to Sir John Rhodes, Mar

 

1860

D1000/5/7

Transfer of a Grant of Right to construct a Railway by Sir John Rhodes to Plumbley Colliery Co. Ltd, Feb

 

1882

D1000/5/8

Fair draft deed of grant and release as to a branch of canal leading form a Lime Stone Rock and Quarry in the parish of Long Itchington between Mr William Handley and Sir Sitwell R. Sitwell

 

1854

D1000/5/9/1-2

Valuation of minerals in a part of the estates belonging to Sir Sitwell Reresby Sitwell with plan

 

1856

D1000/5/10

Correspondence concerning colliery leases and agreements. 7 items

 

1860

D1000/5/11/1-13

Bundle of assorted of plans concerning seams owned by the Sitwell family and worked by J and G wells and the Plumbley Colliery Co, including: D1000/5/11/12 Plan showing diversion of the Chesterfield Canal from the Old Quarry to Bailey Bridge

 

19th cent

D1000/5/12

Request to the Reverend Dean of Windsor to sell consoles in the name of the late Richard Wildman esq. -and the later Archbishop of Canterbury - and pay proceeds to the account of Sir George R. Sitwell, Jul

 

1888

D1000/5/13

Bills and correspondence concerning work undertaken at Long Itchington Church

 

1860s

D1000/5/14

Letter by J Sorham responding to an advertisement regarding the whereabouts of the illegitimate daughter of Sir Sitwell

 

1866

D1000/5/15

Financial statement of the Trustees for the Rentees or Debenture Holders of the Theatre Royal Drury lane

 

1865

D1000/6

Miscellaneous Estate Papers

 

c1690-1854

D1000/6/1

Sale of Renishaw estate

 

1854

D1000/6/1/1

Conditions of sale of the Renishaw estate

 

1854

D1000/6/1/2

Additional conditions of sale of the Renishaw estate

 

1854

D1000/6/1/3

Sale catalogue for Renishaw Hall and 2000 acres of the Renishaw estate in Eckington, Staveley and Dronfield with plans of the hall and the estate

 

1854

D1000/6/1/4

Sale catalogue for Renishaw Hall and 2000 acres of the Renishaw estate in Eckington, Staveley and Dronfield with plans of the hall and the estate, inc lithograph of Renishaw Hall

 

1854

D1000/6/1/5

Handbill outlining the sale of the Renishaw estate

 

1854

D1000/6/2

Survey of Brampton, Ashgate and Wadshelf with detailed terrier of strips in Brampton and Wadshelf open fields (damaged)

 

1682

D1000/6/3

Survey of Wadshelf with detailed terrier of open field land

 

1728

D1000/6/4

Plan of part of Cutthorpe. Property held by Cornelius Clarke in trust for nephew George Heathcote during minority

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:


A Survey of Cutthorpe in the Parish of Brampton in the County of Derby. Property held by Cornelius Clarke in trust for nephew George Heathcote during minority. [c1690]. Scale: of ye 4 pole chains [1:2400] Size: 41 x 33 cm. Materials: faded sepia ink on parchment with colour. Centred on: SK345735 Notes: compass rose, NNW to top. Shows named fields with...

c1690

D1000/6/5

Photograph of 18th Century estate Map

 

nd

D1000/6/6

Print of Renishaw Hall

 

nd

D1000/7

Miscellaneous Household and Business papers

 

1790-1861

D1000/7/1

Bundle of bills and receipts (including legal, household, personal and estate)

 

1790-1795

D1000/7/2

Bundle of bills and receipts (including legal, household, personal and estate)

 

1796-1812

D1000/7/3

Copy resolution taken at the Great Court of the new river company

 

1812

D1000/7/4

Sale particulars of land in Eckington and Dronfield

 

1859

D1000/7/5

Rough plan of Brampton, Yorkshire

 

1857

D1000/7/6

Letter regarding Mr Thomas' estate

 

1861

D1000/7/7

Sale particulars of an estate in Whiston, Staffordshire

 

1856

D1000/7/8/1-5

5 bundles of miscellaneous bills and receipts

 

1820

D1000/7/9

Map of part of Killamarsh

 

1806

D1000/8

Miscellaneous receipts and bills

 

1821-1845

D1000/8/1

Bundle of receipts and bills

Jan 1821

1821

D1000/8/2

Bundle of receipts and bills

Feb-Mar 1821

1821

D1000/8/3

Bundle of receipts and bills

Apr-Jun 1821

1821

D1000/8/4

Bundle of receipts and bills

Jul-Sep 1821

1821

D1000/8/5

Bundle of receipts and bills

Oct-Dec 1821

1821

D1000/8/6

Bundle of receipts and bills

Jan-Mar 1823

1823

D1000/8/7

Bundle of receipts and bills

Apr-Jun 1823

1823

D1000/8/8

Bundle of receipts and bills

Jan-Feb 1833

1833

D1000/8/9

Bundle of receipts and bills

Jan-Jul 1845

1845

D1000/8/10

Bundle of receipts and bills

Aug-Dec 1845

1845

D1000/8/11

Lady Sitwell's account book with Stevenson and Dyson, Haberdashers

 

1820

D1000/8/12

Lady Sitwell's account book with Stevenson and Dyson, Haberdashers

 

1822

D1000/8/13

Sir George Sitwell's account with Stevenson and Dyson, Haberdashers

 

1822

D1000/8/14

Lady Sitwell's account book with Stevenson and Dyson, Haberdashers

 

1821

D1000/8/15

Lady Sitwell's account book with Stevenson and Dyson, Haberdashers

 

1829

D1000/8/16

Lady Sitwell's account book with Stevenson and Dyson, Haberdashers

 

1830

D1000/8/17

Lady Sitwell's account book with Stevenson and Dyson, Haberdashers

 

1830

D1000/8/18

Account book for travelling expenses for journeys from Renishaw to Balmoral and from Balmoral to Renishaw

 

1842-1845

D1000/8/19

Sir George Sitwell's account with R. Roberts of Chesterfield, Grocer

 

1820

D1000/9

Miscellaneous Receipt and bills

 

1818-1846

D1000/9/1

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1818

D1000/9/2

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1824

D1000/9/3

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1828

D1000/9/4

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1831

D1000/9/5

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1841

D1000/9/6

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1846

D1000/10

Further financial records

 

1819-1842

D1000/10/1

Bundle of receipts and bills

Jan-Apr 1819

1819

D1000/10/2

Bundle of receipts and bills

May-Dec 1819

1819

D1000/10/3

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1823

D1000/10/4

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1824

D1000/10/5

Bundle of receipts and bills

Jan - Nov 1842

1842

D1000/10/6

Account book of Sir George Sitwell with Robert Taylor

 

1839-1840

D1000/10/7

Release of a legacy by Thomas Keyworth to Roger Belk

 

1819

D1000/10/8

Release of a legacy by Mary Marples to Roger Belk

 

1819

D1000/11

Further estate records

 

nd

D1000/11/1

Estate plan of Lees Hall, Norton

 

nd

D1000/11/2

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1829

D1000/11/3

Bundle of receipts and bills

Feb-Dec 1833

1833

D1000/11/4

Bundle of receipts and bills

Feb-Dec 1827

1827

D1000/11/5

Bundle of receipts and bills

1847-1848

1847-1848

D1000/11/6

Bundle of receipts and bills

Feb-Dec 1851

1851

D1000/11/7

Papers Relating to Eckington Collieries

 

19th cent

D1000/11/7/1

Eckington collieries

Valuations and inventory

1856

D1000/11/7/2

Eckington collieries

Accounts of sinking

19th cent

D1000/11/7/3

Eckington collieries

Costs of working

19th cent

D1000/11/7/4

Eckington collieries

Correspondence file regarding lease if ironstone to Appleby and Co.

1854-1856

D1000/11/7/5

Eckington collieries

Correspondence file regarding Eckington Collieries

1856

D1000/11/8

Power of attorney by John Wadoff to Richard Hassilhurst, Feb

 

1528

D1000/11/9

Surrender in Mansfield Manor Court by John Nunney and Isabel, his wife, of a messuage in Sutton, Feb

 

1428

D1000/11/10

Valuation of Tenants Right from Mr James Lowe to the Trustees of Sir George Sitwell on Thirley Cliff Farm, Jun

 

1851

D1000/11/11

Valuation of machinery at Renishaw Mill, May

 

1851

D1000/12

Lady Sitwell's miscellaneous bills and receipts for clothes, lace and linen

 

1812-1862

D1000/12/1

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1812-1828

D1000/12/2

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1840-1845

D1000/12/3

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1842-1854

D1000/12/4

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1849

D1000/12/5

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1850-1852

D1000/12/6

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1861-1862

D1000/13-14

Further estate records

 

19th cent

D1000/13/1

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1824

D1000/13/2

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1833-1834

D1000/13/3

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1836

D1000/13/4

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1838-1939

D1000/14/1

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1821-1851

D1000/14/2

Sale catalogues

 

19th cent

D1000/14/2/1

Sale catalogue

Chesterfield Estate

1854

D1000/14/2/2

Sale catalogue

Notice of a sale near Chesterfield

1845

D1000/14/2/3

Sale catalogue

Whiston Estate (no plan)

1856

D1000/14/2/4

Sale catalogue

Plan from 1854 sale catalogue coloured for 1860 Rhodes mineral lease

19th cent

D1000/14/2/5

Sale catalogue

Walton Estate

1812

D1000/14/3/1-36

Miscellaneous estate and personal papers

Bundle of miscellaneous personal and estate papers, including: D1000/14/3/1 Account of profits from canal shares in the name of Francis Sitwell, 1825; D1000/14/3/2 letter form Joseph Outram regarding an exchange between Sitwell leases and the Crown, 1803; D1000/14/3/3 Letter regarding Killamarsh estate matters, 1809; D1000/14/3/4 Small sketch plan of Killamarsh, 19th cent; D1000/14/3/5 Lease of Coldwell Cottage at Eckington, 1851

1803-1851

D1000/14/4

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1830

D1000/14/5

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1844-1848

D1000/14/6/1-2

2 bundles of receipts and bills

 

1826

D1000/14/7/1-17

Miscellaneous Case Papers

Bundle of miscellaneous case papers - mostly affidavits

1828-1832

D1000/15

Miscellaneous Bills and Receipts

 

1800-1852

D1000/15/1

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1847

D1000/15/2

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1848

D1000/15/3

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1820-1852

D1000/15/4

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

1843

D1000/15/5

Detailed abstracts of expenditure

 

1847-1848

D1000/15/6

Bundle of receipts and bills

 

C1800-1850

D1000/16

Miscellaneous papers

 

19th-20th cent

D1000/16/1

Speeches and letters by Sir George Sitwell, Conservative candidate for Scarborough, Yorkshire, Nov

 

1884

D1000/16/2

Handbill advertising sale of hay, oats, farm implements and stock at Renishaw, Sep

 

1811

D1000/16/3

Notice stating that reports that it is no longer intended to preserve game in the manor of Eckington are erroneous

 

1811

D1000/16/4

"The Pilgrim" by George Sitwell

 

1912

D1000/16/5/1-3

3 bookplates

Comprising D1000/16/5/1: A bookplate designed by Rex Whistler for Osbert Sitwell; D1000/16/5/2: a bookplate designed by Severini for Osbert and Sacheverell Sitwell; D1000/16/5/3: a bookplate of Robert Gresley of Drakelow, extracted from the Gresley family album and presented to Reresby Sitwell by Laurence Gresley

20th cent

D1000/16/6

Photocopy of an extract from the Times inc advertisement for sale of furniture, Renishaw Hall

 

1849

D1000/16/7

Postcard of a watercolour portrait of Sir George Sitwell used in 1981

 

c1981

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