TitleWill and Codicils of Abraham Windle of Moorside, near Wortley, Timber merchant and Chemist, 1864 (photocopies)
DescriptionThe leasehold of his chemical works at Worsborough Bridge, and his farm at Moorside to be held in trust for Frederick Moore, then aged thirteen years.

His brewery cottages, house and land at Oakenshaw near Manchester, to be leased and the profit to be used for the maintenance and education of Frederick Moore.

His house near his mill at Deepcar to Ann Heskett.

His interest in a cottage and garden at Potter Hill and at Grenoside to be sold, and the residue after funeral expenses to be invested for the benefit of John Windle Taylor.

Bequests, annuities, and weekly payments to be made to various members of his family and some of his employees.

Trustees Thomas Taylor, John William Taylor, Edward Liddall and William Booth Brear.

Will Aug 4 1864. Codicils to John Leach, servant, a legacy of £5 Aug 19 1864.

Probate Oct 20 1864.
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CustodialHistoryThis photocopy was donated to Sheffield Archives by a private individual in November 1983.
ArchNoteCatalogue retro-converted by Peter Evans, February 2021.
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