Alternative Reference numberCA375/17-83
TitlePapers docketed as returned to the Vestry Clerk by William Clarkson on 30 Jan 1902

CA375/18 will of Thomas Savage, of Cherry Tree Hill in the parish of Sheffield, clerk, 21 Jun 1781.

CA375/19 copy of a deed of gift by John Bright, of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, esquire, to John Nodder, of Brincliffe Edge, Ecclesall Bierlow, gentleman, of £60 in trust to buy land and use the profits to provide bread for 30 poor persons of Ecclesall Bierlow as (CA375/1-2) [31 Aug 1747]. Copy made 16 Feb 1852.

CA375/22 Copy of CA375/5 above, [16 Aug 1783]. Copy made Feb 1845.

CA375/23 copy of CA375/8 above, [6 Aug 1798].

CA375/24 copy of a lease. Charles Younge, of Brincliffe Edge End in the parish of Sheffield, silver plater, chapelwarden of Ecclesall Bierlow, Thomas Sanderson, of Violet Bank, Ecclesall Bierlow in the parish of Sheffield, merchant, and John Pritchard, of Hunter Farm, Ecclesall Bierlow, cast iron founder, overseers of Ecclesall Bierlow, to William Spooner, of Machon Bank, Ecclesall Bierlow, farmer. A close called the Carr at Machon Bank, comprising 4 acres. For a term of 21 years. Annual rent of £11. Tenant's covenants. [6 Feb 1826]; and a licence of the chapelwarden and overseers to Joshua Spooner, of Hallam Gate, Nether Hallam in the parish of Sheffield, esquire, brother and administrator of William Spooner, deceased, to assign the residue of the lease to William Spooner, his son, who may sub-let it to John Howe, of Sheffield, cutler, [12 May 1831].

CA375/25 copy of the licence of (CA375/24), [12 May 1831].

CA375/27 supplementary observations and case, for legal opinion on the case relating to Sharrow Moor School Annuity, no date [but watermarked 1842];

CA375/28 case for legal opinion with opinion of J. Herbert Koe, of Lincoln’s Inn, relating to the annuity, 23 Mar 1844;

CA375/29-30 memoranda on the same, [1844];

CA375/38 Manuscript copy of sale particulars relating to four closes at Fulwood called Little Bole Hill (1 acre 3 rods 13 perches), Upper Bole Hill (2 acres 3 rods 8 perches), Near Hazlebeds (4 acres 0 rods 20 perches) and Far Hazlebeds (4 acres 3 rods 6 perches) to be sold by Mr Nicholson of High Street Auction Mart by direction of the trustees for sale under the will of the late Thomas Pearse esquire, deceased, 11 Oct 1853, (bought by the trustees of Ecclesall Charity);

CA375/40 Lease of 3 closes at Crimicar Lane, Upper Hallam, called the Upper Bole Hill, the Near Hazlebeds and the Far Hazlebeds, (11 acres 3 rods 24 perches in toto). Trustees of Ecclesall Bierlow Charities (named) to Joseph Bennett, of Sheffield, farmer. Term of 6 years. Annual rent of £15. Consideration of £20. 21 Dec 1854.

CA375/41-55 papers relating to appointment of new trustees, 1855;

CA375/56 Bond. Louis Theodore Emile Isensee, of Ecclesall Bierlow, bound to the overseers of Ecclesall Bierlow (named) in £100 to perform the covenants of the post of master of the charity school, 13 Mar 1860;

CA375/57 Lease. The Trustees of Ecclesall Charities (named) to Joseph Bennett, of Sheffield, grocer. 3 closes as CA375/40 above. Term of 5 years. Annual rent of·£20. 28th September 1860;

CA375/58 Bond. William A. Haslam, of Sheffield, bound to the overseers of Ecclesall Bierlow (named) in £100 to perform the duties of the Master of the Charitable School in Bagshot Street, Sharrow, 18 Jul 1890;
CA375/75-83 regulations of the Ecclesall Bierlow Exhibition Charity, [late 19th cent.]; and related correspondence with the Charity Commission, 1899-1900
Date1781 - 1900
Extent67 items
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