Alternative Reference numberTT/196
TitleAssignment of a lease (copy) regarding land in Broad Lane and Pitt Street, Sheffield
DescriptionJohn Askham, of Sheffield, steel and cutlery manufacturer and merchant, to the Rev. John Edward Blakeney, canon of York and vicar of Sheffield, the Rev. Arnold Pavell, clerk in holy orders, the Rev. Walter Lenwood, Independent minister, Thomas William Rodgers, esquire, James Henry Barber, esquire, Henry Stephenson, esquire, John Cole, draper, John Askham, William Cobby, Superintendent of the Midland Railway Goods Station, Arthur Thomas, gentleman, Charles John Innocent, architect, Henry Joseph Wilson, gold and silver refiner, Charles Doncaster, steel manufacturer, Jarvis William Barber, stockbroker, John William Pye-Smith, gentleman, all of Sheffield, as trustees.

707 square yards of land in Broad Lane, Sheffield, which had been leased by Thomas Beard Holy to Samuel Horrabin for a term of 800 years under a lease of 1 May 1832; with the two messuages built thereon. 719 square yards of land in Pitt Street, Sheffield, leased by Holy to Horrabin for a term of 800 years by a lease of 25 March 1832. All of which were assigned to Askham by John Wing and Frederick Greaves by a lease of 1880.

For the remainder of the respective terms of 800 years, in trust for the use of the Sheffield Female Refuse Society.

For £1,218.

With related papers, 1920.

Original ref. 4312.
Date1 Feb 1881
Extent1 bundle
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