Alternative Reference numberTT/113
TitleSurrender of a lease of 328 square yards of land in Workhouse Croft or Paradise Street, Sheffield, which was held by John Darwin from the Trustees for a term of 93 years by a lease of 5 Apr 1811; 453 square yards of land adjacent to the above, being the site of a counting house, warehouses and part of two yards and two smith's shops, held from the Trustees for the remainder of a term of 63 years under a lease of 13 Nov 1782
DescriptionJames Russell, of High Royd House, Wath on Dearne, Yorkshire, farmer, Joseph Barker, of Sheffield, grocer, William Froggatt, of Houseley Hall, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, farmer, and William Winks, of Thorpe Hesley, Rotherham, Yorkshire, gentleman, assignees of the estate of John Darwin and Francis Frith, of Chapeltown, Ecclesfield, and of Sheffield, ironfounders and co-partners, with the mortgagee, the Rev. William Humphrey Vale, of Ecclesall, Sheffield, clerk in holy orders, to the Trustees.

For £460 paid to the assignees of the estate.

Plan by J. Fairbank & Son, 1839.

original ref. 4089.

Part of Queen's Foundry, Workhouse Croft, Sheffield.
Date20 Dec 1839
Extent1 item
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