Ref No

D2536

James Oakes of Riddings, ironworks

Business papers and title deeds and associated papers, 19th cent including mineral leases

1720-1946

D2536/1

Bundles of deeds in numbered series

 

19th-20th cent

D2536/1/1

Deeds bundle no. 1. Land in Bullock Lane, Riddings bought from Elizabeth Maltby 1892

 

1892

D2536/1/2

Deeds bundle no. 2. Cottages and land in Riddings bought from Mr and Mrs Herbert Knighton and others (late property of Thomas Johnson) 1884

 

1884

D2536/1/3

Deeds bundle no. 3. Spring Close and cottages at Riddings bought from Abraham Taylor and another 1839

 

1839

D2536/1/4

Deeds bundle no. 4. Two shares in real and personal property of the late John Farnsworth of Riddings - sub-titled land above the Wesleyan Chapel Hill Hurst Lane [Riddings] bought from Joseph Farnsworth 1874

 

1874

D2536/1/5

Deeds bundle no. 5. Messuages and land [in Water Lane] Riddings bought from John and Jonathan Dobb wives 1860

 

1860

D2536/1/6

Deeds bundle no. 6. Seven cottages in Dobbs Row, Riddings bought from trustees of late Jonathan Dobb, 1877

 

1877

D2536/1/7

Deeds bundle no. 7. Walker Croft, Green lane, Riddings, bought from John Wagstaff 1867

 

1867

D2536/1/8

Deeds bundle no. 8. Two messuages in Holly Hurst Lane, Riddings bought from Messrs Richardson, Marriott and others, 1845

 

1845

D2536/1/9

Deeds bundle no. 9. Land and hereditaments, subtitled Holly Hurst, bought from Thomas Parsons, 1838

 

1838

D2536/1/10

Deeds bundle no. 10. Five messuages in [Riddings Road] Riddings bought from Charles Robert Colvile, 1875

 

1875

D2536/1/11

Deeds bundle no. 11. Two messuages and land [adjoining Methodist Chapel Club and Townside] in Riddings bought from James Naylor, 1839

 

1839

D2536/1/12

Deeds bundle no. 12. Cottage and garden in Town Side, Riddings bought from Elizabeth Eaton and others 1853

 

1953

D2536/1/13

Deeds bundle no. 13. Cottages mainly in the Town Street, Riddings bought from William Wilson and Joseph George Wilson, 1875

 

1875

D2536/1/14

Deeds bundle no. 14. Plot of land adjoining premises purchased from William Wass in Riddings, bought from Abraham Taylor, 1840

 

1840

D2536/1/15

Deeds bundle no. 16. House and land at ridings bought from James Farnsworth, 1844

 

1844

D2536/1/16

Deeds bundle no. 16. House and land at Riddings bought from John and William Farnsworth, 1844

 

1844

D2536/1/17

Deeds bundle no. 17. House and land in [Spring Lane] Riddings, subtitled House No 203, bought from Thomas Cutler, 1823

 

1823

D2536/1/18

Deeds bundle no. 18. Land and premises in Riddings, subtitled Deeds bundle no. 430 Inclosure Plan, and 1 Greenhill Lane, bought from Timothy Richardson, 1843

 

1843

D2536/1/19

Deeds bundle no. 19. Property in High Street, Riddings subtitled next to Cinema [bought as at Greenhill Lane], bought from John Smith and wife, 1872

 

1872

D2536/1/20

Deeds bundle no. 20. Deeds belonging to owners of messuages in Greenhill Lane, Alfreton, deposited with James Oakes for safekeeping 1819-1836, annotated with notes of subsequent purchases from Reverend J Bincliff and his trustees, n.d.

 

n.d.

D2536/1/21

Deeds bundle no. 21. Five messuages in [Riddings Road] Riddings, bought from Robert Askew, 1840

 

1840

D2536/1/22

Deeds bundle no. 22. Portions of houses and land in Riddings Street and West Lane, Riddings [subtitled………….…and oppose Bothy] bought from Joseph and George Hodgson, 1863

 

1863

D2536/1/23

Deeds bundle no. 23. Five cottages in Cinder Road, Somercotes bought from Trustees of late Anne Hall, 1921

 

1921

D2536/1/24

Deeds bundle no. 24. Piece of land in [Far Long Close], Riddings, bought from William Fletcher, 1843

 

1843

D2536/1/25

Deeds bundle no. 25. Four dwelling houses and premises in Riddings, bought from William Wass and wife, 1840

 

1840

D2536/1/26

Deeds bundle no. 26. House and premises at Riddings, bought from Joseph Evans, 1840

 

1840

D2536/1/27

Deeds bundle no. 27. House and land called Nether croft in Riddings, bought from Joseph Walker, 1845

 

1845

D2536/1/28

Deeds bundle no. 28. House and land adjoining Maltby's Croft and running between Nottingham Lane, and Town Street, Riddings, bought from Thomas Sutton, 1861

 

1861

D2536/1/29

Deeds bundle no. 29. Long Closes, Riddings, subtitled land between Bullock Lane and Nottingham Lane, bought from Reverend Thomas Snell and mortgagees, 1831

 

1831

D2536/1/30

Deeds bundle no. 30. Manor of Riddings with certain Ironstone and Coal mines under the same, bought from Lancelot Rolleston, 1832, and remaining coal beds from Lancelot Rolleston, 1850, [with rough sketch map of later date] and further re-conveyance to Oakes of mineral rights mortgaged by Rollestone by Sir Oswald Mosley, 1874

 

1832-1874

D2536/1/31

Deeds bundle no. 30A. Re-conveyance to Oakes of mines at Riddings mortgaged by Rolleston in 1833 to Reverend I Rolleston, 1864

 

1864

D2536/1/32

Deeds bundle no. 30B. Riddings Mineral leases by Lancelot Rolleston to Saxelbye and Co 1808, and James Oakes 1832 with abstract of Rolleston title to manor of Riddings, and Joseph Dawes' supplemental abstract of title to an estate at Riddings 1809 and 1829-30, with Rolleston mineral a/cs etc, early 19c

 

1808-1832

D2536/1/33

Deeds bundle no. 30C. Rolleston Deeds of manor of Riddings, associated minerals, and other properties in Riddings mid 16 cent - 1843

 

1843

D2536/1/34

Deeds bundle no. 31. Messuages and land at Riddings bought from John Wagstaff 1878, and copy of conveyance of messuage and frontage in Church Street, Riddings by James Oakes and Co. to Alfreton UDC [plan missing] 1895, subtitled "Cottage in front of Lygons public house now pulled down".

 

1878-1895

D2536/1/35

Deeds bundle no. 32. Part of close formerly called Chapel Yard with 5 messuages in Riddings, subtitled "Well Lane", bought from Nathan Mellors and wife, 1876

 

1876

D2536/1/36

Deeds bundle no. 33. Land in Greenhill Lane near Mill Lane Alfreton bought from Mrs Phebe Langton, 1844

 

1844

D2536/1/37

Deeds bundle no. 42. [Parcels of land called The Smith's Long Close, The Cotton Croft and Barn Croft with 4 cottages at Riddings] entitled 7 cottages and land at Spring Terrace, Nottingham Holly Hurst Lane, Riddings, bought from Mrs Elizabeth Maltby, 1891

 

1891

D2536/1/39

Deeds bundle no. 57. Seven dwelling houses, shop and premises in Greenhill Lane in Riddings, subtitled "adjoining Infant School", bought from James Bugg and Mark Shipley and wife, 1855

 

1855

D2536/1/40

Deeds bundle no. 58. Four closes of land at Riddings, subtitled "Land below Holly Hurst in the meadow, and Vicars Close, Greenhill", bought from Miss Anne Hall, 1899

 

1899

D2536/1/41

Deeds bundle no. 59. Land at Greenhill Lane, Riddings, [3 messuages, Barn Close, The Allotment, and Great Vickers], subtitled "Field, Vicars and others at top of plan", bought from Thomas Lener, 1849

 

1849

D2536/1/42

Deeds bundle no. 64. Cottages and Fields in Cinder Road, Somercotes, bought from Martha Platt's Trustees, 1857

 

1857

D2536/1/43

Deeds bundle no. 99/1 "Old deeds relating to land at Selston" [Nottinghamshire]: actually loose deeds relating to purchase of anthill family of lands at Selston and Rolleston property in Riddings, 1806-1809, Anthill sales to Oakes in 1818, and Oakes mortgages 1818-1827; and bundle of Anthill and Rolleston deeds for Snelston, Riddings, 18 cent; and schedule of deeds to be produced to Great Northern Railway

 

1806-1827

D2536/1/44

Deeds bundle no. 99/2. "Several closes of land at Selston, Notts, and Riddings, Derbys, together 26 acres 3 roods 5 perches together with 76 houses erected thereon" being messuage and lands bought from Charles Anthill in 1818 and subsequent Oakes mortgages 1834-1842

 

1834-1842

D2536/1/45

Deeds bundle no. 103. Plot of land in Alma Street, Alfreton, with 4 houses erected thereon, bought from Mrs Ann Hopkinson, 1902

 

1902

D2536/1/46

Deeds bundle no. 104. House and garden in Greenhill Lane, Riddings, bought with William Barlow, 1887

 

1887

D2536/1/47

Deeds bundle no. 106. Land and 2 houses in Shaw Street, Greenhill Lane, Riddings, bought from Thomas Skinner Carlin and Samuel Littlewood, 1846

 

1846

D2536/1/48

Deeds bundle no. 56. Piece of land at Greenhill Lane, in parish of Alfreton, subtitled "Infant School and Croft", bought from James Walters 1844 [Note that property contained in Family Deeds of 1845]

 

1844

D2536/1/48

Deeds bundle no. 108. Land at Snelston, also described as land at Pyehill bought from Great Northern Railway Co, 1878

 

1878

D2536/1/49

Deeds bundle no. 113. Cottage in Hodgins Row [fronting Town Street] Riddings, bought from Alfred Shaw, 1875

 

1875

D2536/1/50

Deeds bundle no. 114. Two messuages and garden [piece of land formerly part of the near Over close later known as Robinsons Close, bounded northwardly by highway from Riddings to Greenhill Lane] Riddings, bought from John Riley, 1874

 

1874

D2536/1/51

Deeds bundle no. 118. School Croft, [messuage and small dwelling house, and croft, plan attached] Riddings, bought from Barnett Goulder 1863

 

1863

D2536/1/52

Deeds bundle no. 119. Church Street East of Congregational Chapel [Messuages and premises], Riddings, bought from Messrs Boothby, parsons, 1836

 

1836

D2536/1/53

Deeds bundle no. 120. [Several closes, Long Close, Near Hall Croft, and 2 messuages and land at Greenhill Lane, Riddings, bought from Joseph Tomlinson, 1847]

 

1847

D2536/1/54

Deeds bundle no. 121. Close called Edmund Croft, subtitled "now part of Kitchen garden Mill Ground," bought from William Hollingworth, 1846

 

1846

D2536/1/55

Deeds bundle no. 122. Mill Close or Upper Town Croft, Riddings, bought from Eramus Thomas Horsley 1847 and duplicate conveyance to Derbyshire County Council of land adjoining Riddings, 1933

 

1847-1933

D2536/1/56

Deeds bundle no. 123. Brinsley Gin Farm, Brinsley, p. Greasley, Notts, bought from Trustees under will of Christopher Royston, dec. 1918

 

1918

D2536/1/57

Deeds bundle no. 124. Deed of exchange between James and Charles Henry Oakes and Albert Green of part of the Brinsley Gin Farm [minerals reserved], 1919

 

1919

D2536/1/58

Deeds bundle no. 125. Crowfield and Brinsley Hall estates at Heanor, Derbys, and Greasley, Notts [bought from trustee of late James Christopher Royston 1907]. Label also refers to mortgage to T J Watson and subsequent which are missing, and cross references to B6 529 for old deeds

 

1907

D2536/1/59

Deeds bundle no. 125A. (formerly 529) Old deeds to Crowfield and Brinsley Hall estates 1786-1872

 

1786-1872

D2536/1/60

Deeds bundle no. 126. [Four closes] at Brinsley, Notts., bought from Musson Frederick George Stubbs, 1919

 

1919

D2536/1/61

Deeds bundle no. 133. Three dwelling houses and gardens, Riddings, bought from Mrs Hannah Shelton, 1859

 

1859

D2536/2

Leases to Messrs Oakes & Co, 19th cent, unless otherwise stated

 

19th cent

D2536/2/1

Original number 3. J T Woodhouse. Mines of coal, ironstone and other minerals in Alfreton. Lease, legal fees and abstract of title, 1865-67

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1865-1867

D2536/2/2

Original number 4. Right Hon Francis Earl Cowper. Two seams of 'Furnace Coal' and 'Black Shale or Clod Coal' in Selston, Notts (enclosed plan). Lease and agreement, 1870, surrendered 1894

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1870-1894

D2536/2/3

Original number 7. Rev Charles Evans and others. Beds of coal at Outseats in Alfreton. Draft agreement, 1869

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1869

D2536/2/4

10. C R Palmer Morewood Esq. Hard and soft coal under lands (plan enclosed) in Alfreton for 30 years. Nov 1877

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1877

D2536/2/5

10. Midland Railway Co. Agreement re sewage disposal at Newlands Inn, Golden Valley, 1908

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1908

D2536/2/6

11. Vaughan H Radford Esq. Lease of hard and soft coal under land (plan enclosed) at South Normanton. 1879, extended 1890

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1879-1890

D2536/2/7

13. CRP Morewood Esq, 2 seams of coal under land (plan included) in Alfreton (29 1/2 acres). 1868

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1868

D2536/2/8

13a. CR Palmer Morewood Esq. Seam of coal (Kilburn coal) under land at Alfreton. Plan included, 1875

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1875

D2536/2/9

17. George C Hall, Esq. 2 seams of hard and soft coal under land at Alfreton. Plan included. 1886

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1886

D2536/2/10

21. Mr Luke Evans. 2 beds of coal under land at Alfreton. Plan included. Conveyance and abstract of title, 1886

 

1886

D2536/2/11

22. George C Hall. Grant of wayleave through hard and soft coal under land at Alfreton. 1890

 

1890

D2536/2/12

25. Miss Anne Hall. Lease of 2 seams of coal under land at Alfreton Plan included. 1982

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1982

D2536/2/13

29. Midland Railway Co. Agreement as to construction of driftways at Outwoods, Alfreton. Plan included, 1879

 

1879

D2536/2/14

23 and 39. Messrs James Oakes and Co with the Blackwell Colliery Co Ltd. Agreements for leases of coal in Alfreton, and correspondence re exchanges of land. Plans included. 1891

 

1891

D2536/2/15

34. Right Hon Francis Earl Cowper. Lease of coals in Selston (Notts), West of fault (plan included): estate no 1. 1895

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

1895

D2536/2/16

35. Right Hon Francis Earl Cowper. Lease of coals in Selston (Notts), Eest of fault (plan included): estate no 2.

Lease to Messrs Oakes & Co

C1890s

D2536/2/17

36. Rt Hon Francis, Earl Cowper and Right Hon John Earl of Mexborough. Lease of coals under manor lands in Selston (Notts), East of fault; (plan included), manor no 3. 1895

 

1895

D2536/2/18

36. Rt Hon Francis, Earl Cowper and Right Hon John Earl of Mexborough. Lease of coals under manor lands in Selston (Notts), west of fault; (plan included), manor no 4.

 

C1890s

D2536/2/19

38. Miss Anne Hall. Further lease and way leave at Alfreton. 1895

 

1895

D2536/2/20

40. Miss M Radford (and trustees under the will of Samuel Radford). Conveyance of seams of coal under cottage and land in Mansfield Road, Alfreton, with abstract of title and sale particular. 1896

 

1896

D2536/2/21

42. Mr R G Adlington and mortgagees. Lease of a seam of coal under land at Selston (Notts). Plan included 1897.

 

1897

D2536/2/22

43. Messrs W & J G Wilson. Grant of wayleave through seams of coal under lands in Alfreton. Plan included, 1898

 

1898

D2536/2/23

45. Midland Railway Co. Lease of 2 seams of coal in Alfreton, 1898 (extended to include coal in the same seams in South Normanton, 1900). Plan included.

 

1898

D2536/2/24

49. Butterley Co. Leases of coal under land in Codnor and Codnor Park, 1902-1911

 

1902-1911

D2536/2/25

64. Midland Railway Co. Lease of coal under land at Alfreton and South Normanton, 1922. But, envelope contains lease by J T Woodhouse of 2 seams of coal at Outseats in Alfreton (plan included) 1867

 

1922

D2536/3

Bundles of personal and business papers, 19th cent

 

19th cent

D2536/3/2

Bundle 3. Copy will and codicil of John Hardcastle Mousley Esq of Hilton (Derbys), 1875

 

1875

D2536/3/3

Bundle 4. Samuel Hollingworth's property in Riddings. Mortgages, correspondence, inventory, legacy duty receipts and related papers, 1797-1836

 

1797-1836

D2536/3/4

Bundle 5. Acts of Parliament re Cromford Canal and local railways, 1789-1894

 

1789-1894

D2536/3/5

Bundle 6. 'Title deeds of John Griffith's house', 1720-1782 in St Peter's parish, Derby. Includes a copy of will 1802 appointing James Oakes of Derby his devisee and executor

 

1720-1782

D2536/3/6

Bundle 7. Counterpart underlease, Oakes - Storer, 2 houses in St Peters parish, Derby, 1841

 

1841

D2536/3/7

Bundle 9. Mortgage and transfer of mortgage, property in (Exeter Street) Derby, 1826-31. Oakes and foster to Eaton

 

1826-1831

D2536/3/8

Bundle 10. Letters of admin of Sarah Oakes, 1861, with correspondence between James Oakes, his Alfreton solicitors and various Haden relatives in receipt of payments. Correspondence with estate duty office. 1861-1864

 

1861-1864

D2536/3/9

Correspondence between James and Thomas Oakes and Dr Lyon Playfair. Includes an advance of money to pay for house building at Somercotes, and a covenant relating to a marriage settlement, 1855-1877

 

1855-1877

D2536/3/10

Bundle 13. Epitome of settlement (Col Robert MacGregory Stewart R A and Miss Jessie Ann Peel) and related correspondence, 1889-1919

 

1889-1919

D2536/3/11

Bundle 14. Schedule of deeds re Riddings and Summercoates estate, belonging to James Oakes, 1852. Abstract to 1787

 

1852

D2536/3/12

Bundle 15. Draft settlement, release and dissolution of co-partnership between James Oakes senior and James Oakes junior, 1825-26

 

1825-26

D2536/3/13

Bundle 16. Miscellaneous accounts, inventories, correspondence, draft conveyances and plans relating to property in Riddings, 1820s-1870s. Includes faculty for gallery at Derby St Peters, c1790, and a number of lists of title deeds (some relate to deeds in 1/ )

 

1820-1870

D2536/3/14

Bundle 19. Plan of ironstone from Home Closes at Snelston 1828; section of proposed railroad, n.d.

 

n.d.

D2536/3/15

Bundle 20. Draft agreements and correspondence for exchange of land at Waterloo meadow with the Butterley Co, 1818-20. Include plans

 

1818-1820

D2536/3/16

Bundle 21. Merger of tithe rent charges in Alfreton parish: James and Thomas Haden Oakes; James Oakes and Timothy Richardson, 1847-49

 

1847-1849

D2536/3/17

No reference. Bundle of jottings and calculations, from pocket book. Includes Alfreton Iron Works receipts. 1825-1840. Some in hand of James Oakes

 

1825-1840

D2536/3/18

[Former wrapper for 3/1-17] Draft plan, 1946 of Blackshale seam with projected development

 

1946

D2536/4

Unnumbered deeds and bundles

 

19th-20th cent

D2536/4/1

Riddings minerals correspondence and agreements re sale of ironstone and coal leases in Riddings (including letter book copy replies): Lancelot Rolleston, W E Mousley 1830-33

 

1830-1833

D2536/4/2

Abstract of title (from 1675) of Edward Waters to property at Somercoates in Alfreton, sold in 1816 to John Wild; and 'Great Wheat Close', Pye Bridge (also to 1675). 1819

 

1816-1819

D2536/4/3

Abstract of title (to 1787) of Samuel and Mrs Ann Hollingworth to premises at Riddings, sold by them to James Oakes, Esq. 1845

 

1845

D2536/4/4

Abstract of title (to 1809) of James Oakes to an estate at Riddings purchased from Richard Elnor 1819

 

1819

D2536/4/5

Abstract of will of Rev Jonathan Bincliff, 1841

 

1841

D2536/4/6

Correspondence between James Oakes and the Butterley Co, re property in Riddings and Somercotes, 1836-49

 

1836-49

D2536/4/7

Newlands minerals and Portland Collieries in Alfreton (Derbs) and Kirkby (Notts), Correspondence and agreements between Butterley Co and James Oakes. 1837-54

 

1837-1854

D2536/4/8

Estimate of coal on Riddings estate 1843, with draft leases, correspondence with Jessop of Butterley re siting of houses, and minutes of meetings to settle a dispute between Wood and Morewood, 1836-1843 (some copy docs to 1771)

 

1836-1843

D2536/4/9

Correspondence and abstract reservations of coal and ironstone of Lancelot Rolleston on property at Riddings, 1836-41

 

1836-1841

D2536/4/10

Bundle marked 'Cotes Park leases'. Leases and underleases of seams of coal at Outseats and in Alfreton, 1903-28

 

1903-1928

D2536/4/11

Erewash Valley Railway Co., agreement with James Oakes, 1845, passage through Newlands estate. Correspondence and draft bill, 1845-52

 

1845-1852

D2536/4/12

Bundle of bills and acts: bill to inclose lands in Alfreton, 1812; act for powers to repair roads, 1822; act to better pave the borough of Derby, 1825

 

1812-1825

D2536/4/13

Stopping-up notice, Alfreton in-closure, 1815

 

1815

D2536/4/14

Conveyance of Pye Bridge tollhouse, Nottingham and Newhaven turnpike trustees to Thomas Haden Oakes, 1870

 

1870

D2536/4/15

Bundle of share certificates and receipts, with related correspondence, c1880-1920. James Oakes Esq

 

1880-1920

D2536/4/16

Copy conveyance of Mill Close, Riddings with tithes, coal ironstone and minerals. George Bett to Erasmus Horsley, 1843

 

1843

D2536/4/17

Brinsley estate (Royston family) in Greasley, Notts and Heanor. Coal leases to Oakes, conveyances plans and correspondence. Crowfield and Brinsley Gin Farm. 1872-1913

 

1872-1913

D2536/4/18

Lease of colliery on Brinsley Hall and Brinsley Gin Farm, 1871. Royston to Oakes

 

1871

D2536/4/19

Abstracts of title and conveyances of minerals under land at Selston (including some belonging to the Notts Congregational Union and Home Brewery Co) 1894-1932

 

1894-1932

D2536/4/20

Plans, specifications and draft leases, property at Selston. 50 houses leased by the Selsdon Housing Co to James Oakes & Co (Riddings Collieries) Ltd, 1926

 

1926

D2536/4/21

1859, 1863 and 1865, lease and agreement of coal mines and ironstone in Selston, Notts Vsct and Vsctess Palmerston and Messrs James Oakes and Thomas Haden Oakes

 

1859-1865

D2536/4/22

Licence to manufacture the 'Ebor Rust Trap' granted by Robert Hagyard, Moor Cottage, Dringhouses, York to James Oakes & Co, 1915. Paten 107/13 for the ventilation of drains

 

1915

D2536/4/23

1810-1822. Copy documents (including abstract of title to coal and ironstone in Alfreton, Zouch to Turner, 1596-1620, survey of Alfreton, 1652). Accounts agreements and Alfreton Iron Works Funds 1819

 

1810-1822

D2536/4/24

Copy bargain and sale, Masters - Wright, estate at Somercoates Sleet Moor, Greenhill Lane and Pye Bridge in Alfreton, 1801. Enrolled in Common Pleas Easter 41 Geo III, roll 80

 

1801

D2536/4/25

Lease, agreement and assignment, wharf at Wenlock Basin, City Road (Mx), Messrs Oakes & Co, 1900-14

 

1900-1914

D2536/4/26

Lease, property as in 4/25. Vaughan Barlow, 1832

 

1832

D2536/4/27

Lease for 40 years of coal and iron mines in Selston Dixie to Oakes, 1817

 

1817

D2536/4/28

Leases of coal in Greasley (Notts): E of Mexborough to Woolley, and to Oakes & Co, 1863, 1875

 

1863-1875

D2536/4/29

Mrs Georgina Oakes (dec). Estate accounts, 1913

 

1913

D2536/4/30

Agreement to execute contracts, 1925. James Oakes with HM Postmaster General

 

1925

D2536/4/31

Letters of administration, Arthur Waring of Church Street, Derby, 1903 (including copy marriage cert 1899)

 

1903

D2536/4/32

Legal fees, 1854. James Oakes Esq to John Martin

 

1854

D2536/4/33

Legal fees, 1899. James Oakes Esq to W Wooding Nelson, solicitor, Alfreton

 

1899

D2536/4/34

Agreement re land at Jacksdale, Notts, 1942, Messrs James Oakes and Co with the War Office

 

1942

D2536/4/35

Mortgage, Edward Jerdein Esq, to Messrs James Oakes and Co

 

n.d.

D2536/4/36

Lease of a house in parish of St Peter's, Derby for 51 years; Aug 1805. Trustees of Liversage charity to James Oakes

 

1805

D2536/4/37

Agreement accepting compensation for damage caused by subsidence, Copthorne Villas and Mansfield Road, Alfreton. 1930, 1931

 

1930-1931

D2536/4/38

Agreement between the Butterley Co and Messrs James Oakes & Co as to proving fireclay at Codnor park (Derbs), 1940

 

1940

D2536/4/39

Agreement (with related correspondence) between the Great Northern Railway Co and James Oakes and co; Riddings Colliery 1899. Permission to carry steam pipes and a telephone wire over the railway, and a water underneath, near Pye Hill station

 

1899

D2536/4/40

Correspondence, search certificate, and legal charge (second mortgage) on property at Northwood Lane, Darley Dale, 1931

 

1931

D2536/4/41

(Bundle numbered 2042). Deeds relating to Westwood minerals: conveyances of mines and minerals under property at Old and New Westwood (Notts), 1930-33. 58 items

 

1930-1933

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