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Reference BAG
Covering dates 1423-1866
Held by Manchester University, John Rylands Library
Extent 3.5 cu.m
Archival history The collection was previously in the custody of Major F.E.G. Bagshawe of Ford Hall. Many of the documents were collected together in the 19th century by William H.G. Bagshawe, who was keenly interested in the family's genealogy and sought to bring together all the surviving records of the principal and subsidiary branches of the Bagshawe family and of related and allied families. Thus the archives from Ford Hall include the records of the Caldwell family of Castle Caldwell co. Fermanagh, Ireland, which were purchased by W.H.G. Bagshawe before Castle Caldwell was sold in 1877, and the papers of Lord John Murray (1711-87), Lt. Gen. William Murray (d.1818), and the Hon Mary Murray (d.1803).
Source of acquisition The bulk of the collection was deposited in the John Rylands Library by Major F.E.G. Bagshawe of Ford Hall in April 1950; further deposits were made by Major Bagshawe in 1952, 1953, 1955 and 1968.
Creators Bagshawe family of Foolow, Derbyshire; Caldwell family, baronets, of Castle Caldwell, County Fermanagh
Arrangement The collection has been arranged into three main divisions, with subsidiary sections:
BAG/1-11, Correspondence and Papers: arranged under the individual members of the family, with, where feasible, subdivisions according to subject, eg. family, relations, business, military, peerage, ecclesiastical.
BAG/12, Manuscript Volumes: arranged into two sections, Family and Estate, and Miscellaneous.
BAG/13, Deeds and Documents: arranged alphabetically by county; within each county items are arranged alphabetically by place, and within each place chronologically.
The additional deposits received in 1952-1955 are treated separately, each section being arranged in a similar way to the original deposit:
BAG/14-22, Supplementary Correspondence and Papers.
BAG/23, Supplementary Manuscript Volumes.
BAG/24, Supplementary Deeds and Documents.
The small additional deposit received in 1968 forms the final section, BAG/25.
Supplementary information Finding aids: published handlist, F. Taylor, Hand-List of the Bagshawe Muniments Deposited in the John Rylands Library (Manchester 1955).
Related information Related units of description: Sheffield Archives holds deeds and family and estate papers of the Bagshawe family of The Oakes, Norton and Wormhill, Derbyshire, 14th-20th centuries (OD).
Bibliography A history of the family was published by William H.G. Bagshawe, The Bagshawes of Ford: a biographical pedigree (London: Mitchell and Hughes, 1886). This contains extracts from documents destroyed by the author when he sorted the family papers. A typescript index to the volume was prepared by Major F.E.G. Bagshawe in 1950. See also W.H.G. Bagshawe, A Memoir of William Bagshawe of Ford Hall, styled "The Apostle of the Peak" (London: Mitchell and Hughes, 1887).
Several articles have been published on the Bagshawes and related families, or have used the archive as source material:
John Cunningham and Margaret Whalley, 'Queries against Major General Kirke' [concerning Sir James Caldwell], The Irish Sword: Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland, vol. 16, no. 64 1996, pp.208-216
John G. Gazley, 'The Reverend Arthur Young, 1769-1827: traveller in Russia and farmer in the Crimea', Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, vol. 38, no. 2 (1956), pp. 360-405.
James Hayes, 'The Military Papers of Colonel Samuel Bagshawe (1713-62)', Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, vol. 39, no. 2 (1957), pp. 356-89.
Robert Halsband, 'Lady Mary Wortley Montagu as a Friend of Continental Writers', Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, vol. 39, no. 1 (1956), pp. 57-74.
John Roach, 'The 39th Regiment of Foot and the East India Company, 1754-1757', Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, vol. 41, no. 1 (1958), pp. 102-38.
R.B. Schofield, 'Bagshawe v. The Leeds to Liverpool Canal Company: a study in engineering history, 1790-99', Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, vol. 59, no. 1 (1976), pp. 188-225.
F. Taylor, 'Johnsoniana from the Bagshawe Muniments in the John Rylands Library: Sir James Caldwell, Dr. Hawksworth, Dr. Johnson, and Boswell's use of the 'Caldwell Minute", Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, vol. 35, no. 1 (1952), pp. 211-47.
Paul L. Stevens, A King's Colonel at Niagara, 1774-1776: Lt. Col. John Caldwell and the beginnings of the American Revolution on the New York frontier (Youngstown, New York: Old Fort Niagara Association, 1987).

Administrative history:
The Bagshawes were one of the oldest families in Derbyshire. They held estates at Abney in the parish of Hope, and at Ridge in Chapel-en-le-Frith from at least the 14th century. Later they are found at, among other places, Wormhill, Litton and Hucklow in Tideswell parish, Ford in Chapel-en-le-Frith, and the Oaks in Norton parish.
Members of the family included the Rev. William Bagshawe (1628-1702), the 'Apostle of the Peak', and Colonel Samuel Bagshawe (1713-1762), who had a distinguished military career in Gibraltar, Ireland and India.
Rev William Bagshawe (1628-1702) served as vicar of Glossop from 1652 until his ejection in 1662 under the Act of Uniformity. For the next 40 years he lived at Ford, preaching the Gospel and conducting services throughout the Peak District of Derbyshire, which activities earned him the title 'Apostle of the Peak'. Several warrants were issued for his arrest during periods of persecution, but he either escaped elsewhere or the warrants were quashed by sympathetic magistrates. He was a prolific writer of sermons and tracts, and is regarded as one of the leading nonconformist figures of the 17th century.
Colonel Samuel Bagshawe (1713-62) had a distinguished military career, serving with the 39th Regiment of Foot in Gibraltar, Ireland and India. For some time he was Second in Command in the East Indies and later he raised his own regiment, the 93rd, in Ireland.
The Bagshawes were related by marriage to two other notable families, the Caldwells of Castle Caldwell co. Fermanagh, Ireland, and the Murray family. The Caldwells were allied to the Bagshawe family through the marriage in 1751 of Catherine, younger daughter of Sir John Caldwell, 3rd Baronet, to Col. Samuel Bagshawe (1713-62). The baronetcy was bestowed upon James Caldwell of Wellsborough co. Fermanagh in 1683, and became extinct on the death in 1858, of the 7th Baronet, Sir Henry John Caldwell, then resident in Canada. The first five baronets were successive sheriffs of Fermanagh.
After a military and diplomatic career abroad (he was created a Count of the Holy Roman Empire in 1749), Sir James Caldwell, 4th Baronet (c.1722-84), involved himself in the political, social and economic affairs of Britain and Ireland and in the pursuit of these interests and the advancement of his family he came into contact with many of the leading literary and social figures of late 18th century, such as Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Dr Johnson, Dr John Hawkesworth, David Garrick and Arthur Young.
In 1798 Rev William Bagshawe married Anne Murray ne Foxlowe, sister of Lt. Gen. William Murray (formerly Foxlowe) of Banner Cross, Yorkshire. William Foxlowe had adopted the name Murray in 1782 upon his marriage to the Hon Mary Murray, only daughter of Lord John Murray, son of the 1st Duke of Atholl. Lord John Murray had a distinguished military career, serving as Colonel of the 42nd Highlanders (the Black Watch) for over 40 years, and being promoted to the rank of General in 1770.

Contents:
The Bagshawes played a prominent part in local and county affairs within Derbyshire and Yorkshire, and historians of those areas, as well as economic and social historians, will find much of value among the numerous household, business and estate records. There are large numbers of deeds and estate papers for properties in Derbyshire, particularly in Castleton, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Ford, Hope, Norton and Wormhill; and in Ecclesall Bierlow, Fulwood and Sheffield in Yorkshire. The collection also contains important material on military history, particularly on military service in Ireland and India in the mid-18th century and the American War of Independence, and on economic history (e.g. lead mining in Derbyshire during the 18th century). There are several volumes of sermons, treatises and journals of the 'Apostle of the Peak' and other early Nonconformist ministers.
The Bagshawe muniments consist of two elements: first, the archives accumulated by members of the family in the administration of their private, estate and business concerns, and, secondly, correspondence, papers and records of all kinds acquired from extraneous sources by William H.G. Bagshawe.
The earliest items date from the 15th century, but the bulk of the collection is of the 18th and 19th centuries. The Bagshawes played a prominent part in local and county affairs within Derbyshire and Yorkshire. A considerable quantity of material has survived for most of the individual members of the main family line, from William Bagshawe (1686-1756) to Rev William Bagshawe (1763-1847).
The military papers of Colonel Samuel Bagshawe (1713-62) comprise some 2500 items, constituting perhaps one of the largest and certainly one of the most important collections relating to the military history of the mid-18th century (BAG/2/1-2, BAG/2/4-6, BAG/15/2). They illustrate many aspects of military life and administration at this time, with particular reference to life in the Gibraltar garrison in the 1730s, and service in Ireland and India in the 1740s and 1750s. Samuel Bagshawe's East India papers comprise nearly 600 items contained in two large volumes, with correspondence relating to the 93rd Regiment, muster rolls, returns, regimental accounts and receipts, and other military papers.
The letters, papers and accounts of Lord John Murray (1711-87) and Lt. Gen. William Murray (d.1818) also contain much material of interest to military historians (BAG/5-6, BAG/17-18). Lord John Murray, son of the 1st Duke of Atholl, was for over 40 years Colonel of the 42nd Highlanders (the Black Watch). Papers include regimental orders, accounts, correspondence and lists of officers, 1743-1785.
The collection contains several volumes of MS sermons, treatises and journals by Rev. William Bagshawe (1628-1702), the 'Apostle of the Peak' (BAG/23/1, BAG/25/7/1-3), Samuel Gardiner, Prebendary of Lichfield, 1660-1680 (BAG/12/2/1), and some early nonconformist preachers, 1748-1774 (BAG/12/2/3). The lengthy journals of Catherine Bagshawe, 1792-1826, have a strong religious and devotional content (BAG/12/1/15). There are numerous other papers relating to churches and churchmen.
Among the many financial records in the collection are several relating to mining, particularly lead mining, in Derbyshire in the 18th century (BAG/8/3, BAG/8/5, BAG/12/59-61), and volumes of building accounts of the architect Sir Jeffry Wyatville concerning the building of Banner Cross, the Yorkshire seat of the Murray family, which Wyatville is said to have considered his finest work (BAG/12/1/30-34). There is also material relating to Arthur Young, perhaps the greatest English writer on agriculture, and his son, Rev Arthur Young (BAG/3/16, BAG/22/6).
The archive contains a substantial quantity of deeds and documents relating to numerous properties in Derbyshire and Yorkshire and a smaller number of deeds for other counties:
Cheshire: Birtles (BAG/24/1/1); High Legh (BAG/13/1/1); Marple (BAG/13/1/2-3); Prestbury (BAG/13/1/4).
Cumbria: Brunstock (BAG/13/2/1-17); Carlisle (BAG/13/2/18-19); Tarraby (BAF/13/2/20).
Derbyshire: Alton (BAG/24/2/1); Ashford (BAG/13/3/1); Ashover (BAG/13/3/2); Bagshaw (BAG/13/3/3-30); Barlow (BAG/24/2/2); Birchover (BAG/24/2/3); Bakewell (BAG/13/3/31-36); Bolsover (BAG/13/3/37-39, 24/2/4); Bonsall (BAG/13/3/40-41, 24/2/5); Bradwell (BAG/13/3/42-50); Brampton (BAG/13/3/51-52, 24/2/6); Bretton (BAG/24/2/7); Brownside (BAG/13/3/53-67, 24/2/8); Buxton (BAG/13/3/68, 24/2/9); Castleton (BAG/13/3/69-102, 24/2/10-24); Chapel-en-le-Frith (BAG/13/3/103-287, 24/2/25-34); Chesterfield (BAG/13/3/288-296, 24/2/35-44); Chinley (BAG/13/3/297-298); Dale Head (BAG/13/3/299-305); Denby (BAG/13/3/306); Derby (BAG/24/2/45); Dore (BAG/13/3/307-315); Dronfield (BAG/13/3/316-317, 24/2/46-48); Eckington (BAG/13/3/318-327); Edale (BAG/13/3/328-332, 24/2/49); Elmton (BAG/13/3/333-334); Elton (BAG/13/3/335); Eyam (BAG/24/2/50); Fairfield (BAG/13/3/336-337, 24/2/51-52); Flagg (BAG/24/2/53-54); Ford (BAG/13/3/338-401, 24/2/55-70); Hasland (BAG/13/3/402-404); Hemsworth (BAG/24/2/71); High Peak (BAG/13/3/405-409, 24/2/72-78); Hope (BAG/13/3/410-431, 24/2/79); Hucklow, Great and Little (BAG/13/3/432, 24/2/80-82); Killamarsh (BAG/24/2/83); Kinder (BAG/13/3/433); Litton (BAG/13/3/434); Mapperley (BAG/13/3/435); Matlock (BAG/13/3/436-437); Monsal Dale (BAG/24/2/84); Newbold (BAG/13/3/438); Norton (BAG/13/3/439-459, 24/2/85-98); Palterton (BAG/13/3/460); Peak Forest (BAG/13/3/461-466, 24/2/99-100); Rushup (BAG/13/3/467-472, 24/2/101); Scarcliffe (BAG13/3/473-474); Slackhall (BAG/13/3/475-488, 24/2/102); Stanton (BAG/13/3/489-492); Staveley (BAG/13/3/493-497); Stoney Middleton (BAG/13/3/498); Tapton (BAG/13/3/499); Tideswell (BAG/13/3/500-506, 24/2/103); Totley (BAG/13/3/507-510); Troway (BAG/13/3/511-514); Walton (BAG/13/3/515-518); Wheston (BAG/13/3/519-520); Whittington (BAG/13/3/521); Whitwell (BAG/24/2/104); Wirksworth (BAG/13/3/522-523); Wormhill (BAG/13/3/524-622, 24/2/105-117); Wye River (BAG/24/2/118).
Herefordshire: Hereford (BAG/24/3/1).
Lancashire: Manchester (BAG/13/4/1-2); Newton Heath (BAG/24/4/1); Wigan (BAG/24/4/2).
Leicestershire: Ashby de la Zouch (BAG/13/5/1-2).
Lincolnshire: Barkston School (BAG/13/6/1-3); Swarby (BAG/13/6/4); general (BAG/13/6/5-6).
London (BAG/13/7/1-3).
Nottinghamshire: Gringley (BAG/13/8/1); Harworth (BAG/13/8/2); Hesley (BAG/13/8/3-6); Limpole (BAG/13/8/7-9); Misterton (BAG/13/8/10); Ordsall (BAG/13/8/11).
Oxfordshire: Culham (BAG/13/9/1).
Yorkshire: Barnoldswick (BAG/13/10/1); Bawtry (BAG/13/10/2); Billingley (BAG/13/10/3); Bradfield (BAG/13/10/4); Bramley (BAG/13/10/5); Brockholes (BAG/13/10/6-8); Button Hill (BAG/24/5/1-3); Dodworth (BAG/13/10/9); Doncaster (BAG/24/5/4-5); Earby (BAG/13/10/10); Ecclesall Bierlow (BAG/13/10/11-148, 24/5/6-9); Firbeck (BAG/13/10/149); Fulwood (BAG/13/10/150-192); Hallam (BAG/13/10/193-196, 24/5/10-11); Hatfield (BAG/13/10/197); Linton (BAG/13/10/198-199); Oughtibridge (BAG/13/10/200); Rawmarsh (BAG/13/10/201-209); Rossington (BAG/13/10/210); Salterforth (BAG/13/10/211); Sheffield (BAG/13/10/212-226); Smallfield (BAG/13/10/227-231); Stumperlow (BAG/13/10/232-233); York (BAG/13/10/234-242, 24/5/12).
Of the documents added by William H.G. Bagshawe to the muniments, the most important section is that concerning the Caldwells of Castle Caldwell co. Fermanagh, Ireland, to whom the Bagshawes were related by marriage (BAG/3). This comprises 3000-4000 items, ranging in date from the time of the first baronet, Sir James Caldwell (c.1630-1717), to that of the fifth, Sir John Caldwell (1756-1830). They exhibit the variety typical of the archives of a landed family, and include personal correspondence, business and estate papers, legal and financial records, and household accounts and inventories. They constitute an excellent source for studies of the Anglo-Irish gentry in the 18th and early 19th centuries.
Sir James Caldwell, 4th Baronet (c. 1722-84), corresponded with many leading figures of his day, including George Townshend, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Dr Samuel Johnson, Dr John Hawkesworth, David Garrick and Arthur Young. The archive contains many of Sir James's letterbooks (BAG/3/6-12) and over 1500 letters addressed to him (BAG/3/13-20), besides manuscript and printed copies of 25 of his pamphlets (BAG/3/21), and some 400 letters from various correspondents to his wife, Lady Elizabeth Caldwell (d.1778) (BAG/3/29-32).
The military papers of Lt. Gen. Sir John Caldwell (1756-1830) include material relating to the American War of Independence, 1774-1776 (BAG/3/39).



CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS  BAG/I-XI  [n.d.]

WILLIAM BAGSHAWE (d. 1756) AND HIS WIFE MARY, NÉE WINGFIELD (d. 1754)  BAG/I  [n.d.]

Correspondence and papers of William Bagshawe  BAG/1/1/1-737  18th century

Contents:
Martha Ashe, wid. Rev. John Ashe (1736-46), 17; Adam Bagshawe of Wormhill (1728); Catherine Bagshawe, née Caldwell (1754-6), 10; Nathaniel Bagshawe of Great Rocks (1721-54), 18; Richard Bagshawe, sen., and Richard Bagshawe, jun., of the Oaks and Wormhill (1728-48), 6; Septimus Bagshawe of Kingston, Jamaica (1711-38), 8; William Bagshawe of the Inner Temple (1737-47), 12; William Bagshawe of Newchurch (1748-9), 4; George and Thomas Beaumont (1706-22), 5; Buckley Bower (1751-4), 15; Rev. James Clegg of Chinley (1748-52), 9; Samuel Evatt (1751-6), 10; Thomas Eyre (1731-4), 10; Henry Gill (1706), 2; John Hood (1740-54), 70; Avery Jebb (1748), 2; J. Mills (c. 1740-1), 41; Ann Naylor, née Child (1710); Rev. James Naylor (1694-1708), 2; Quintus Naylor (1718-21), 3; Naylor descendants (1750-6), 15; Edward Norris (1736-41), 8; Frances Peters (1735-49), 13; James Sherratt (1707-9), 5; Francis Sitwell (1727-40), 14; Richard Slater (1736-49), 15; William Wildman (1725-40), 67; Mary Wingfield, later w. William Bagshawe (1726-46), 66; T. Worthington (1748-52), 11; T. Wright (1724-46), 16; Timothy Wyld (1745-55), 28; correspondence relating to Manchester --Ashton-under-Lyne Turnpike Road (1746-52), 7; miscellaneous letters (1703-56), 57; miscellaneous papers, incl. papers respecting the Ford estate (16) and a Chancery suit, Wingfield and Bagshawe, plaintiffs, v. Newton and others, defendants (22), 52; bonds, accounts, receipts, 117.

Correspondence and papers of Mary Bagshawe  BAG/1/2/1-333  18th century

Contents:
Elizabeth Badham (1741-53), 74; Clarke family (1705-40), 14; Isaac Clegg (1719-60), 27; Anne Metcalfe, née Clegg (1748-53), 12; Gervase Nevile (1724-5), 5; Margaret Newton, sister (1699-1743), 28; Robert Newton (1727-54), 26; Margaret Pole (c. 1720-6), 17; Joanna Sleigh (1708-26), 8; Priscilla Wildman, sister (1715-46), 13; Wingfield Wildman (c. 1740-54), 18; Dorothy Wingfield, sister (1716-42), 12; John Wingfield, father (1715-30), 7; Storie Wingfield, brother, and Sarah his wife (1706-40), 11; miscellaneous correspondence, 29; papers (cookery recipes, notes of sermons, etc.), 32.

Correspondence of Ferdinando Wingfield, brother of Mary Bagshawe  BAG/1/3/1-141  1707-1721

Contents:
Mary Bagshawe (1715-16), 9; Peter, Richard and John Dowker (1710-16), 60; business correspondence (1707-21), 67; correspondence relating to his seizure by the Portuguese in 1721 (1721), 5.

COLONEL SAMUEL BAGSHAWE (d. 1762)  BAG/II  [n.d.]

CORRESPONDENCE  BAG/2/1/1-2/3/882  [n.d.]

Correspondence: The 93rd Regiment  BAG/2/1/1-303  1759-62

Contents:
From his officers and army agents concerning the 93rd Regiment (1759-62).

Correspondence: Other military  BAG/2/2/1-824  18th century

Contents:
Lt. M. Abbott (1747); Gen. John Aldercron (1752-9), 43; Lord Barrington, Secretary at War (1757-8), 10; Lt. Edward Beavor (1751); Maj.-Gen. Sir William Boothby (1754); Harry Bourne (1757); Capt. James Butler of the Royal Artillery (1748-61), 12; Capt. James Campbell of the 39th (1757-61), 13; J. Carnac (1758); Dr. Thomas Carnegie (1757-61), 13; Lt. George Cartwright (1756-9), 6; James Clark (1769); Lord Clive (Including one copy of a letter from Clive and a copy of a letter from Col. Bagshawe to Clive.) (1754-62), 5; Col. William Congreve (1757); Capt. Corneille of the 39th (1759-62), 8; Col. James Cotes (1745-51), 15; John Cottrell (n.d.); Alexander Dalrymple (1757); Lt. Dalton (1758), 2; Lt. William Dawkin of the 39th (1746-61), 18; Capt. Theophilus Desbrisay, Irish agent of the 39th (1752-9), 19; Stratford Eyre, Governor of Galway (1759), 4; Gen. John Folliott of the 18th (1759), 2; Major Francis Forde of the 39th (1748-60), 10; Capt. Archibald Grant of the 39th (1747-57), 46; M. Heathcote(1758); Major David Hepburne (1746-61), 20; Ensign Horsbrugh of the 39th (1758), 2; Major Edward Hunt of the 39th (1751-60), 8; Dr. George Jackson (1761); Col. Charles Jefferyes of the 14th (1759); Capt. Henry Keene (1759); Col. William Kellett of the 39th (1758-60), 3; Major James Kilpatrick (1758); Col. Anthony Ladeveze, Irish agent of the 39th (1752-3), 13; Major William Leslie, aide-de-camp to Lord Rothes (1752), 2; Capt. Thomas Levett, English agent of the 39th (1744-53), 101; Lt. James Lewis (1758); Lt. Robert Lindsay (1745, 1748), 2; Samuel Lobell (1749); Ensign Richard Lombard (1759); Major Verney Lovett of the 39th (1747-8), 3; John Lyons (1748); Capt. John Melville (1759); Joseph Moore (1757); Messrs. Morse, Calcraft and Roberts, War Office and army agents (1753-9), 53; Lt. James Mountfort (1748); Ensign John Nugent (1747); John Perrin (1750, 1751), 2; Lt. John Piggott (1757-60), 11; Col. Edward Sacheverell Pole (1758), 2; Ensign Caleb Powell (1750-52), 4; Lt. William Reynolds (1758); Gen. Richbell, Colonel of the 39th (1744-59), 18; Rev. Rowland Rogers (1747); Col. Sewell of the 39th (1748-53), 203; Katherine Shawe (1760-1), 5; Lt. John Spital (1749); George Symes (1749); Capt. Thomas Townsend (1748-50), 3; Mr. Secretary Thomas Waite of Dublin Castle (1753-62), 12; Henry Wallis (1761); Capt. Anthony Walsh of the 39th (1748-62), 24; Lt. Wellar (1745); Major Whitelock (1753); Lt. Willan (1746, 1747), 2; Capt. Williams (1747, 1750), 2; John Yorke (1757); correspondence of Col. Bagshawe before his first commission (1727-39), 41; miscellaneous fragments and drafts (18th cent.), 14.

Correspondence: Personal  BAG/2/3/1-881  [n.d.]

Relatives  BAG/2/3/1-454  Mid 18th century

Contents:
Catherine Bagshawe, wife (1751-6), 32; Mrs. Peters, later Mrs. Barroll, sister (1746-61), 43; William Bagshawe of Ford Hall, uncle, and his wife (1738-56), 116; William Bagshawe of Chowbent, and Samuel Bagshawe of Bowdenhead, cousins (1751-62), 17; Bagshawes of the Oaks (1745-61), 34; Lady Ann Caldwell (1751-63), 73; Lady Elizabeth Caldwell (1753-61), 5; Frederick Caldwell (1758-62), 20; Henry Caldwell (1752-62), 28; Sir James Caldwell (1744-62), 34; John Caldwell (1751-61), 11; Ann Cooke (1758-60), 3; Lady Judith Cooke (1752); Sir Samuel Cooke (1751-8), 22; Trench family (1752-61), 15; Anne de Valangin, née Caldwell (1754).

Others  BAG/2/3/455-881  Mid 18th century

Contents:
John Acton (1757-9), 9; Rev. John Ashe (1731-35), 3; Mrs. M. Blenner-hassett (1753), 3; Buckley Bower (1757-62), 79; Capt. Edward Brereton (1747-60), 6; Jemmet Brown, bishop of Cork and Ross (1754-9), 7; Dr. John Browne (1758-60), 7; Clegg family, incl. Rev. James (1748-62), 26; Thomas Colley (1749-59), 17; John Creswell (1761); George Deacon (1744-52), Samuel Evatt (1757-62), 53; Thomas Fletcher, dean of Down (1739-58), 14; Thomas Frost (1757), 2; Anthony Garmonsway (1744-51), 10; Rev. John Goddard (1758); William Goddard (1759); Jonathan Greaves (1761); Lt. Richard Gresham (1743-4), 2; Patrick Hamilton (1752), 3; Hardwar family (1712-60), 31; M. Heathcote (1759), 4; Hugh Henderson (1757); Rev. I. Kiernander (1756-7), 6; Eliza Lambert, later Johns (1747-8), 5; John Lees (1757); John Lodge (1752, 1757), 2; Mary Lumley (1756); William Maitland (1754); Anne Melia (1761); John Monk Morgan (1723-62), 13; Francis Munday (1758); Gen. Napier (1759); T. Pickering (1759, 1762), 2; William Roberts (1755-6), 5; Edward Scriven (1759, 1761), 2; George Sealy (1753), 3; Rev. Philip Skelton (1758-61), 7; William Stewart (1761); Messrs. Touchetts of Manchester (1758-62), 12; Frederick Trench (1751-61), 21; Louis Trench (1740); Joseph Warburton (1750); Dr. T. White (1752-62), 5; Sir Robert Wilmot (1753-61), 14; W. Worthington (n.d.); Thomas Wright (1758), 2; respecting Turnpike roads (1758-61), 7; respecting the election of 1761, 5; letters to Col. Bagshawe's executors (1762-4), 5; fragments, drafts and shorthand notes (18th cent.), 16.

PAPERS  BAG/2/4/1-2/7/436  [n.d.]

Papers: Military  BAG/2/4/1-751  1736-1762

Contents:
Gibraltar papers of Col. Bagshawe as a Sergeant (1736-8), 13; expedition to the coast of France(1746), 6; military orders and instructions (c. 1736-62), 76; returns, muster rolls and lists of casualties (1743-62), 86; courts martial (1749-59), 14; regimental accounts and receipts (c. 1740-62), 556.

East India Papers  BAG/2/5/1-2/6/294  (1754-57)

Contents:
2 bound volumes and 2 bundles 573.
Correspondence, papers and accounts relating to Col. Bagshawe's command in the 39th Regiment of Foot in India.

Personal papers  BAG/2/7/1-436  (c.1730-62)

Contents:
Mainly household and personal bills

CALDWELL FAMILY  BAG/III  [n.d.]

SIR JAMES CALDWELL, 1st Bart. (d. 1717)  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence  BAG/3/1/1-40  (1684-1713)

Papers, business and estate  BAG/3/2/1-117  (1637-1717)

SIR HENRY CALDWELL, 2nd Bart. (d. 1726)  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence and papers  BAG/3/3/1-8  (1683-1716)

SIR JOHN CALDWELL, 3rd Bart. (d. 1744)  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence and papers  BAG/3/4/1-39  (1721-44)

Correspondence of Lady Ann Caldwell, wife, with accounts  BAG/3/5/1-48  (1738-81)

SIR JAMES CALDWELL, 4th Bart. (d. 1784)  [no ref. or date]

CORRESPONDENCE  BAG/3/6/1-3/20/411  [n.d.]

Letters Books  BAG/3/6/1-3/12/42  [n.d.]

Letter-Book (Foreign) and Commonplace Book.  BAG/3/6/1  (1745-6)

20 fols.

Letter-Book (Foreign) and Commonplace Book. 27 fols. (Imperf.).  BAG/3/7/1  (1746-7)

Letter-Book (Foreign) (1747-8). 37 fols. With fragment (1748) of 3 fols.  BAG/3/8/1  nd

Letter-Book. 12 fols. (Imperf.).  BAG/3/9/1  (Nov. 1756-July 1758)

Letter-Book.  BAG/3/10/1-626  (1750-82)

11 bound volumes.

Letter-Book.  BAG/3/11/1-43  (1759-83)

1 bound volume.

As BAG/3/11, without the last item.  BAG/3/12/1-42  nd

Family  BAG/3/13/1-137  nd

Contents:
Lady Ann Caldwell, mother (1745-60), 12; Catherine and Anne, sisters (1745-51), 4; Charles, brother (1750-76), 10; Frederick, brother (1756-82), 3; Henry, brother (1750-c. 1776), 28; Hume, brother (1750-61), 8; John, brother (1745-73), 22; Arabella and Mary Anne, daughters (1772-c.1790), 14; Fitzmaurice, son (1775-88), 8; John, son (1768-83), 21; Josiah John, son (1787-1801), 7.

Relations  BAG/3/14/1-161  nd

Contents:
Aylmer (1764-78), 6; Wm. Caldwell (1749-74), 4; Cathcart (1758-78), 10; Coghill (1762-79), 7; Cooke (1745-58), 14; Denny (1759-81), 4; Fitzmaurice (1755-80), 16; Hamilton (1744-79), 8; Hort (1754-78), 11; Loftus (1752-69), 6; Newcomen (1750-69), 5; Rochfort (1767-77), 30; Shelburne (1755-c. 1782), 14; Trench (1749-58), 11; de Valangin (1753-5), 3; Weldon (1764-79), 4; Wynne (1773-7), 9.

Peerage  BAG/3/15/1-175  nd

Contents:
Amherst, 1st Baron (1781), 3; Arran, 1st Earl (1767); Beauchamp, Viscount (1771); Bective, 1st Earl (1773); Belvidere, 2nd Earl (1775); Bessborough, 1st and 2nd Earls (1755, 1762), 3; Lady Blayney (1753); Buckinghamshire, 2nd Earl (1777, 1778), 2; Bute, 3rd Earl (c. 1762-3); Camden, 1st Earl (c. 1778-9), 4; Cavan, 6th Earl (1778); Charleville, 1st Earl and wife (1763), 2; Clanbrassill, 4th Earl (1773), 2; Clermont, 1st Baron (1773); Crawford, 21st Earl (1778), 2; Hon. William Crosbie, later Earl of Glandore (n.d.); Dartmouth, 2nd Earl (1780); Dungannon, 1st Viscount (1768); Wm. Eden, later 1st Baron Auckland (1781-3), 7; Egmont, 2nd Earl (c. 1763-6), 2; Enniskillen, 1st Viscount (1783), 2; Erne, 1st Baron (1771); Farnham, 1st and 2nd Earls (1756-83), 8; Henry Fox, later 1st Baron Holland (1763), 2; Germain (Lord George Sackville, son of Lionel Cranfield, 1st Duke of Dorset, assumed the surname Germain, 1770.) (1753-81), 11; Gower, 2nd Earl (?1781-2), 2; Halifax, 2nd Earl (1762, 1763), 2; Harcourt, 1st Earl (1776), 3; Hertford, 1st Earl (1762, 1783), 2; Hillsborough, 1st Earl (c. 1780-1), 6; Lanesborough, 2nd Earl (1761-78), 17; Edwin Lascelles, later Baron of Harewood (1778, 1781), 2; Leinster, 2nd Duke (c. 1776); Lifford, 1st Baron (1769); Marchmont, 3rd Earl (1765-78), 3; Massereene, 5th Viscount (1755); Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (1746); Mount Florence, 1st Baron (1759-66), 3; Mulgrave of New Ross, 2nd Baron (1781), 2; Northington, 2nd Earl (1783); Northumberland, 1st Duke (1766-80), 3; John O'Neill, later Viscount (1783), 2; Pelham, 2nd Baron (1783); William Pitt, later Earl of Chatham (1759), 3; John Ponsonby (Second son of 1st Earl of Bessborough.) (1750-9), 5; Portland, 3rd Duke (1782), 2; Sandwich, 4th Earl (1773); Shuldham, 1st Baron (1781); Southwell, 3rd Baron (1771); Stormont, 7th Viscount (1780); Temple, 3rd Earl (1782-3), 3; Townshend, 1st Marquess (1769-82), 33; Westmeath, 6th Earl (1771); miscellaneous fragments (18th cent.), 10.

Non-peerage  BAG/3/16/1-434  nd

Contents:
P. Abercromby (n.d.); John Alcock (1776), 2; James Alexander (1776); Francis Andrews (1761), 2; M. Archdall (1771, 1775), 2; Margaret Armar (1769); General Bigoe Armstrong (1774, 1776), 2; Capt. Armstrong (n.d.); Mary Atchison (1774); Sir Frederick Barnard (1780); Thomas Barton (1758); Wm. Barton (1771); Capt. Elias Bate, R.N. (1750), 2; Sir Patrick Bellew (1772); Charles Blakeney (1762); Nicholas Bonfoy (1756); [?] Booker (1772); Frances Boswell (?1760); Capt. Brady (1751); W. Bristow (1757, 1758), 2; Sir Arthur Brooke (1756-83), 3; Gustavus Brooke (1771); Andrew Buck (1774); John Bullock (1762); O. Burns (1761); A. Burrowes (1760); Christopher Carleton (1772, 1775), 2; William Carleton (1768-77), 4; Joseph Carson (1771); Richard Charleton (1774), 3; Daniel Chenevix (1773); William Coane (1758); Sir W. Codrington (1770); Arthur Cole (1777); Mr. Collister (1762, 1773), 2; Sir John Colthurst (1761-76), 4; James Connell (1764); Hon. Thomas Conolly (1769-77), 4; Digby Cooke (1778); Mary Cooke (1773); J. Cooper (1783); Margaret Cossley (1764); Mrs. Cox (1761); Sir Richard Cox (1763); Capt. John Cullen (1760); Patrick Cullen (1774-7), 8; Col. Robert Cunningham (1770, 1776), 2; John Dawes (1768); Roger Dodd (1783); John Donnellan (1771); M. Donnellon (1749); George Doyel (1771); D. Dukart (1775), 2; Sir John Duntze (1779); Mr. Eaton (1781); W. Ellis (1771); George Faulkner (1763); Edmund Fawcett (1756), 2; John Ford (1771); Rt. Hon. James Fortescue (1750-78), 10; Rt. Hon. W. H. Fortescue (1750-75), 7; Robert Gamble (1762-76), 5; David Garrick (1776), 2; Capt. Gethings (1781); Sir Booth Gore (n.d.); Lt. John Gore (1762), 3; Col. William Gore (1761, 1763), 2; George Hagarty (1763); Joseph Hamilton (1776, 1783), 2; Ralph Harman (1762); Jason Hassard (1759); Mrs. A. Hawkesworth (1775-86), 4; Dr. John Hawkesworth (1762-71), 15; Mary Hawkesworth (1774); John Helden (1762); David Henderson (1781); John Henniker (1779, 1781), 2; James Henry (1759); Dr. William Henry (1758, 1760), 2; Sir Richard Heron (1778, 1779), 2; Mr. Hewitson (1771); William Higginson (1762); Rt. Hon. Arthur Hill (1756, 1758), 2; Hugh Hill (1775, 1776), 2; Capt. J. Hollwall (1753); William Hope (1760); Sir Charles Howard (n.d.); Gorges Edmond Howard (1766-71), 7; James Hutchinson (1766); Arthur Henry Irvine (n.d.); John Irvine (1768); Sir John Irvine (1777, 1778), 2; Katherine Irvine (1776); Col. William Irvine (1777); Mr. Irvine (1768); Mr. Jackson (1782); Thomas Jenkin (1771); John Johnston (1771); Thomas Johnston (1758); Loftus Jones (1779); Thomas Jones (1779); Alexander Kelburn (1777-83), 3; Capt. Edward Keller, R.N. (1750); John Kernan (1771); Andrew Knox (1759), 2; Dr. Michael Law (1760-81), 13; Robert Law (1776); John Lees (1778); C. P. Leslie (1777), 2; Julia Leslie (1764); Sir Ashton Lever (1783), 2; James Lockhart (1762); Dr. G. Lucas (1765); Sir Francis and Lady Lumm (1778-9), 6; Robert Lyons (1776); George Macartney (1771); James McFarlane (1775-6), 3; John McKeogh, jun. (1766); Edward Madden (1756), 5; Alexander Mangin (1762); John Marsh (1772); Capt. Maxwell (1776); Robert Maxwell (1756); John Melville (1760); Hill Mills (1770-7), 17; H. Minchin (1750); B. Molesworth (1762); Bernard Molloy (1776); George Moncriff (1762); Richard Moncriffe (1773, 1783), 2; Alexander Montgomery (1781); H. W. Montgomery (1750-6), 3; V. Montgomery (1775); William Montgomery (1760-83), 4; Gen. Sir John Mordaunt (1758, 1759), 2; Sir Edward Newenham (1771); James Noble (1750); Mark Noble (1779); Dr. Richard Norris (1771), 2; William and John Ogle (1771-81), 8; Lt. Bernard O'Kelly (1765, 1770), 2; Sir James Adolph Oughton (1778); M. Palmer (1771); Mary Percival (1759); Mr. Pinto (1774); J. Pomeroy (1760); Alexander Rankin (1756); Major George T. Ridsdale (1774), 2; T. G. Ridsdale (1773-5), 10; Col. Robert Ross (1771); Royal Society (1752-81), 6; Thomas St. George (1771); Robert Sandford (n.d.); Francis Sandys (1774); Edward Scanlan (1756); James Scanlan (1756); Col. Severne (1760), 2; Redmond Simpson (1775, 1776), 2; Col. Philip Skene (1774, 1775), 2; H. Skrine (n.d.); Joachim Smith (1763); Robert Smith (1776); Robert Smyth (1756); Edward Sneyd (1770-4), 3; Jer. Sneyd (1759); William Southwell (1761); Nicholas Spence (1776); William Stuart (1759); Charles Swindell (1774); James Tilson (1762); Philip Tisdal, attorney general (n.d.); Charles Tottenham (1761-3), 3; Joseph Townsend (1771); Charles Townshend (1762); Capt. William Tredenick (1755-81), 24; Miss Tredenick (n.d.); Mr. and Mrs. Trevor (1764); Michael Henry Tuthill (1763-76), 6; Richard Underwood (1774); Col. George Vaughan (1750, 1762), 2; Col. [J.] Vaughan (1775); William Vaughan (1762), 2; Gen. Vaughan (1775); John Vere (1749); Mary Vesey (1752); Bernard Victory (1773), 2; Thomas Waite (1764, 1766), 2; Albany Wallis (1775-79), 5; Thomas Wallis (1776); Richard Warburton (1761); Capt. Ward (1775); Philip [? Waval] (1756); Matthew West (1774, 1775), 2; John White (1771, 1782), 2; Thomas Williams (1750); Col. Edward Windus (1761); Mr. Woodfall (n.d.); Thomas Woolsey (1772), 7; Thomas Wynne (1750), 2; Arthur Young (1772-9), 4; Dublin Society (1770-4), 3; City of Londonderry (n.d.); miscellaneous fragments, (18th cent.), 17.

Ecclesiastical  BAG/3/17/1-84  nd

Contents:
Thomas Barnard, dean of Derry (1775-8), 9; Edward Bayly, dean of Ardfert (1771, 1773). 2; R. Browne (1777); Charles Colthurst (1778); C. Cooper (1778); Walter Cope, dean of Dromore (1764); James Cottingham (1774, 1777), 2; Michael Cox, archbishop of Cashel (1775); John Garnet, bishop of Clogher (1775), 2; James Hamilton (1770); Dr. Thomas Hastings (1764, 1783), 2; Hon. Frederick Hervey, bishop of Derry (1769-81), 12; Thomas Higinbottam (1760); Francis Johnston (1776-83), 3; Denis Maguire (1763-83), 8; Isaac Mann, archdeacon of Dublin (1765-8), 4; George Marlay, bishop of Dromore (1758); Hon. Henry Maxwell, bishop of Meath (1776), 3; T. Mayne (1779); William Newcombe, bishop of Dromore (1771, 1774), 2; Mr. Nixon (1775); Brownlow North, bishop of Worcester (1781); John Oliver (1771); Philip Skelton (1750-78), 16; Clotworthy Soden (1777, 1778), 2; George Stone, archbishop of Armagh (1756); William Tisdall (1778, 1783), 2; Hugh Tuthill (1783); miscellaneous (1777), 2.

Foreign  BAG/3/18/1-59  1746-83

Contents:
Miscellaneous letters (45), passports (7), fragments (7).

Claims for an Irish peerage  BAG/3/19/1-153  (c. 1750-83)

Contents:
Correspondence, of which the bulk is with George, Viscount Townshend.

Business letters  BAG/3/20/1-411  1745-83

Contents:
Including finance, rents, chief rents, leasing of land, purchase of wine, cooperage, estate management, farming, household purchases, sales of wood and fisheries.

WRITINGS  BAG/3/21/1-25  [n.d.]

"Pamphlets": Bound manuscript volume in the hand of James Maguire (Caldwell's amanuensi), containing  BAG/3/21/1-8  1746-1770

Contents:
BAG/3/21/1. "Some Account of the City of Bourdeaux in France with a View to an Expedition against it." 1746. With 2 copies (one a holograph of Sir James Caldwell).
BAG/3/21/2. "A letter to Lord Newtown With the Speeches of the Duke of Bedford, Lord Bute, Lord Temple, Lord Shelburne, the Duke of Newcastle, Lord Talbot and Lord Melcomb, on the Motion to recall the Forces from Germany." February 1761. With draft (in Dr. John Hawkesworth's hand) and copy.
BAG/3/21/3. "A letter to Lord Newtown." September 1761. With draft (imperf.) in the hand of Dr. John Hawkesworth.
BAG/3/21/4. "Supposed Speech of a Frenchman upon the question of Peace or War." With copy.
BAG/3/21/5. The same in French.
BAG/3/21/6. "A Proposal for Increasing His Majesty's revenue in Ireland." 1763. With printed copy and manuscript fragment (imperf.).
BAG/3/21/7. "A Letter to a Noble Lord on its being reported that a Gentleman in the Irish Parliament... had taken amiss the publishing in the 'Irish Debates' some things that was said relative to him." (n.d)
BAG/3/21/8. "An address to Lord Townshend from the inhabitants of Mourne and the merchants of Newry in favour of Sir James Caldwell's Light Dragoons." October 1772. With fragment.

"Pamphlets": Dublin Society. Bound manuscript volume in the hand of James Maguire, containing  BAG/3/21/9-14  1764-1770

Contents:
BAG/3/21/9. "Plan Proposed by Sir James Caldwell to the Dublin Society, for encouraging the sale of fish in Dublin." 1764. With 2 manuscript fragments, one drafted by Dr. John Hawkesworth.
BAG/3/21/10. "A Letter to the Dublin Society giving An Account of the Culture and Quality of Several Kinds of Grass lately discovered." 1765.
BAG/3/21/11. "Two Letters to the Dublin Society, The First Proposing the Encouragement of a Manufacture, And the second of a Commerce." 1767.
BAG/3/21/12. "Proposals for the Relief of the Blind Poor In and About the City of Dublin. To which is Added an Ode as it is [to be] performed at an Assembly to be held at the Rotunda of the Lying-In-Hospital as an Aid for establishing a Fund to provide for this Charity." 1769.
BAG/3/21/13. "A Proposal for Employing, Cloathing and Furnishing with Implements of Husbandry Children from the Age of ten to Sixteen." 1770.
BAG/3/21/14. "A Proposal for the Increase of Apiaries in Ireland Addressed to the Dublin Society." 1765. Printed copies of this are bound with the 4 items mentioned in BAG/3/21/15 below.

"Pamphlets": Bound volume, printed, containing  BAG/3/21/15-17  1765-1771

Contents:
BAG/3/21/15. "A Letter to the Dublin Society, from Sir James Caldwell, Fellow of the Royal Society. Giving an Account of the Culture and Quality of Several Kinds of Grass lately discovered. To which is Added the Second Edition of his Proposal for the Increase of Apiaries in Ireland addressed to the Dublin Society." 1765. With 4 printed copies (one imperf.).
BAG/3/21/16. "An Essay on the Character and Conduct of his Excellency Lord Visc. Townshend." 1771. With a bound manuscript volume in the hand of James Maguire and manuscript (imperf.) and printed copy (imperf.) respecting the same.
BAG/3/21/17. "An Address to the House of Commons of Ireland by a Freeholder." 1771. With manuscript copy, imperf.

"A Short View of the Present Situation in Prussia and Austria." Bound manuscript volume in the hand of James Maguire. With 2 imperfect copies, showing some differences  BAG/3/21/18  1763

"Sir James Caldwell's Journey to Vienna in 1765." Bound manuscript volume, holograph  BAG/3/21/19  nd

"An Enquiry how far the Restrictions laid upon the Trade of Ireland By British Acts of Parliament are a Benefit or Disadvantage to the British Dominions in General and to England in Particular." 1766. With papers relating to a Case concerning the same, 1780  BAG/3/21/20  nd

"Extracts of the British Statutes which lay a restraint upon the Trade of Ireland."  BAG/3/21/21  1766

"Proposal for Increasing His Majesty's Revenue in Ireland by the Prevention of Smuggling on the Sea Coast near the Mountains of Morn." With 2 imperfect copies  BAG/3/21/22  1772

"Some Account of the Life of the late Colonel Hume Caldwell." 2 bound copies, both in the hand of James Maguire. With 1 bound printed copy and 5 imperfect manuscript fragments  BAG/3/21/23  1780

Fragments. 21 items. Included are 6 concerning provincial regiments in Ireland, 5 on the woollen trade and 4 on the defence of Ireland  BAG/3/21/24  18th cent

"A Brief Examination of the Question whether it is Expedient Either in a Religious or Political View to pass an Act to enable Papists to take Real Securities for money which they lend." Modern copy in the hand of W. H. G. Bagshawe  BAG/3/21/25  1764

PAPERS AND ACCOUNTS  BAG/3/22/1-3/28/52  [n.d.]

Memorials of Sir James Caldwell in respect of his application for an Irish peerage  BAG/3/22/1-28  nd

Papers relating to the Enniskillen Light Horse (20th Dragoons) commanded by Sir James Caldwell  BAG/3/23/1-31  1759-65

Business and estate papers  BAG/3/24/1-53  1750-83

Settlements and testamentary papers  BAG/3/25/1-11  c. 1753-82

Miscellaneous papers  BAG/3/26/1-145  18th cent

Contents:
Including literary (65); political (17); fishery (9); affidavits, etc. for cos. Fermanagh and Donegal (16); lists of freeholders for co. Fermanagh, recipes, prescriptions, pedigrees.

Inventories and catalogues  BAG/3/27/1-10  1774-84

Account Books and accounts  BAG/3/28/1-52  1744-1783

Contents:
BAG/3/28/1. Foreign accounts. 1744-6. 1 vol.
BAG/3/28/2. "An Account of Work done [labouring, quarrying, haymaking, etc.] for Sr. Jas. [Caldwell]." 1751-5. 1 vol.
BAG/3/28/3. Account Book (miscellaneous) of Sir James Caldwell. 1762. (In the hand of Elizabeth, Lady Caldwell.)
BAG/3/28/4. Account Book (miscellaneous) of Sir James Caldwell. 1766-8. At the end is Lady Caldwell's Catalogue of music and musical instruments, 1774.
BAG/3/28/5. "A Rent-Roll of Sir Jas. Caldwell Bart's. Estate in the Year 1770."
BAG/3/28/6. Two fragments of Account Books. 1764 (2 fols.) and 1774 (1 fol.).
BAG/3/28/7. Receipt Book. March-April 1780. Imperf.
BAG/3/28/8. Account Book (miscellaneous). 1774-83. A folio volume, imperf.
BAG/3/28/9. Account Book (miscellaneous, incl. rents). 1778-90. A folio volume, imperf.
BAG/3/28/10-52. Accounts (various). 1748-83 (43).

LADY ELIZABETH CALDWELL, née HORT (d. 1778)  [no ref. or date]

CORRESPONDENCE  BAG/3/29/1-3/32/46  [n.d.]

Family  BAG/3/29/1-116  1757-1778

Contents:
Sir James Caldwell, husband (1757-78), 79; Ann, Dowager Lady Caldwell, née Trench (1769), 4; Charles Caldwell (1775), 2; Col. Henry and Mrs. Caldwell (1771-8), 8; Col. John Caldwell (1768, 1774), 2; Mary Anne Caldwell, daughter (n.d.); Fitzmaurice Caldwell, son (1774-7), 11; John Caldwell, son (1770-6), 3; Josiah John Caldwell, son (1775-7), 6.

Relations  BAG/3/30/1-153  1748-1777

Contents:
Lady Elizabeth Aylmer (1771-7), 46; Lady Mary Coghill (? 1756-77), 12; Lady Charlotte Colthurst, née Fitzmaurice (1760-71), 3; Lady Arabella Denny (1754-77), 39; Fitzmaurice family (1764-77), 3; Hort family (1748-77), 41; Shelburne family (1752-68), 3; Mrs. M. Trench (n.d.); Ann Weldon (1775-7), 4; A. Wynne (1777).

Various correspondents  BAG/3/31/1-87  1768-1777

Contents:
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adderley (1772-4), 3; Jane Barnes (1777), 4; Mrs. Bernard (1768); M. Christian (n.d.); Arthur Cole (1777); Miss M. Cole (1775-6), 3; Mrs. Margaret Cole (n.d).; Dr. Corrie (1773); Mrs. E. Doyle (1774); Enniskillen, William, 1st Viscount and wife Anne (1775, 1776), 2; H. M. Fortesque (n.d.); Rebecca Forward (1773); Philippa Hamilton (1774); Mrs. R. Hamilton (1769-70), 3; Pat Hare (1775); Dr. John Hawkesworth (1766, 1768), 2; James Hern (1771); Josiah Hern (1774-6), 4; Mrs. E. Hervey (1774-6), 3; John Lapp Judkin (1775); Dr. Michael Law (1770, 1772), 2; Mrs. Leslie (1764); Jean McFarlane (1773, 1775), 2; Major Marsh (1774); Hill Mills (1772-8), 7; Elizabeth, Countess of Moira (1768, 1774), 2; Mrs. E. Morgan (1769-74), 6; Lady Elizabeth Mount Florence (1769); Lady Jane Newtown (1761); Major George T. Ridsdale (1773-8), 9; T. G. Ridsdale (1773, 1774), 2; Mary Shee (1775); Rev. Philip Skelton (n.d.); Creat Smyth (1775); Edward Sneyd (1774); Michael Henry Tuthill (1762-75), 3; A. Vesey (1770); Albany Wallis (1776-7), 4; Margaret Wallis (1764), 2; Thomas Wallis (1775); fragments (18th cent.), 2.

Business letters  BAG/3/32/1-46  1754-77

Contents:
Including legal, financial, estate, management, housekeeping, building and repairs.

ACCOUNTS  BAG/3/33/1-5  1754-1777

Contents:
BAG/3/33/1-2. Account Books of the daily expenses of Lady Elizabeth Caldwell, 1773-7. 2 volumes.
BAG/3/33/3-5. Accounts (various). 1754-77. 3.

SIR JOHN CALDWELL, 5TH BART. (d. 1830)  [no ref. or date]

CORRESPONDENCE  BAG/3/34/1-3/38/205  [n.d.]

Family  BAG/3/34/1-70  1787-1810

Contents:
Lady Harriet Caldwell, née Meynell, wife (1789-1802), 12; Arabella Caldwell, sister (1787-90), 6; Elizabeth Caldwell, sister (1787-1811), 13; Emily Caldwell, sister (1787-1808), 8; Mary Anne, Countess Belmore, sister (1788-1809), 8; Fitzmaurice Caldwell, brother, and his wife Lady Hannah Tynte (1787-1810), 18; Frances Arabella Bloomfield, daughter (1808-10), 3; Louisa Georgiana, Lady Hort, daughter (1810), 2.

Relations  BAG/3/35/1-44  1772-1823

Contents:
Belmore, 1st Earl (1797-8), 2; Anne Davidson Bland (c. 1795-1809), 8; Gen.Frederick Caldwell (1807-8), 3; Col. Henry Caldwell (1783-1808), 15; Sir John Caldwell (1784-1808), 6; Elizabeth Cathcart (1789); Sir John and Lady Coghill (1772-87), 3; Sir John Coghill, 2nd bart. (1785); Viscount Corry (Courtesy title of the heir apparent of the Earls Belmore.) (1798); Sir John and Lady Hort (1790, 1811), 2; Sir Josiah William Hort (1823); Mary Weldon (1786).

Peerage  BAG/3/36/1-49  1773-1810

Contents:
Buckingham, 1st Marquess (1788); Ely, 2nd Marquess (1807); Enniskillen, 1st and 2nd Earls (1785-1811), 18; Enniskillen, Anne, Countess of (n.d.); Farnham, 3rd Earl (1801-10), 5; Lady Anne Fitzgerald (1788-1809), 10; Frankfort, 1st Baron (1811), 2; Hartland, 1st Baron (1801); Lansdowne, 1st Marquess (1782-9), 3; Rutland, 4th Duke (n.d.); Townshend, 1st Marquess (1781-8), 3; miscellaneous, fragments (1773-1802), 3.

Non-peerage  BAG/3/37/1-198  1783-1815

Contents:
Gen. J. Affleck (1807), 3; archdeacon A. Allen (1791-6), 4; M. Archdall (1801); Edmund Armstrong (1785); James Armstrong (1799); John Armstrong (1804), 3; Martha Baylis (1815); Humphrey Bellamy (1808); Mary Beswell (1808), 3; Henry C. Boisragon (1808), 3; Sir Arthur Brooke (1783); Matilda de Cloirville Caffin (1807); Gen. Colin Campbell (1799-1801), 8; Eliza Cochrane (1809); Rev. James Cochrane (1798-1809), 7; Henry Cole (n.d.); Edward Conolly (1823); E. Cooke (1801); Thomas Coppard (1790); George Dallas (1806), 2; Diana Dashwood (1791); M. Deane (1801-2), 2; A. S. De Peyster (1785); John Ellis (1802); Major Robert Fitzgerald (1800); Thomas Fitzmaurice (1785); Col. Charles Forbes (1801),2; Gen. Grenville(1788); J. Guillemard (1794); Alexander Hamilton (1801-2), 3; R. B. D. Harcourt (1785); Patrick Holy (1802), 3; Arthur Henry Irvine (1784-8), 21; F. M. Irvine (1799); George D'Arcy Irvine (1790-1802), 4; Letitia Mervyn Irvine (1801); S.M. Irvine (1801-2), 4; C. Jenkinson (1781); Hugh Johnston (1800); James Johnston (1801); John Johnston (1788, 1799), 2; Stephen Keenan (1801); S. King (n.d.); Emily Leeson (1807), 2; Henry Leslie (1801-7), 8; Col. E. B. Littlehales (1801-11), 4; Rev. Denis Maguire (1788, 1791), 2; James Montgomery (1801); Mrs. Morgan (1772); Gen. William Brydges Neynoe (n.d.), 2; Major J. G. Ogilvie (n.d.); Letitia Ogilvie (n.d.); Henry O'Neile (1803, 1804), 2; S. J. Pratt (1788-1808), 13; A. Remflend (1801), 2; John Ridge (1800, 1801), 2; T. G. Ridsdale (1772); William Sadler (1806); Howard St. George (1791); E. Sargent (1815); F. Saunderson (1790); Alexander Shaw (1791); S.Sheil (1804-11), 6; Thomas Shirley (1785); Nathaniel Sneyd (1800); W. Sneyd (1791-8), 8; B. Stewart (1801-02), 3; G. Swift (1807), 2; Commander de Thuisy (1808); James Travers (1801); Charles Tully (1801); John White (1792), 2; John White (1807); Henry Wilson (1804); Richard Wilson (1801-6), 3; Thomas Young (1783); miscellaneous fragments (18th and 19th cent.), 19.

Business letters (1784-1830), mainly legal, financial and estate.  BAG/3/38/1-205  1784-1830

PAPERS AND ACCOUNTS  BAG/3/39/1-3/44/39  [n.d.]

Military papers  BAG/3/39/1-20  1774-1812

Business and estate papers  BAG/3/40/1-29  1782-1810

Magisterial appointments  BAG/3/41/1-6  1795

Miscellaneous papers. 1787-1819. Including papers respecting a journey to Switzerland in 1789 (11); recipes and prescriptions (8)  BAG/3/42/1-29  1787-1819

Inventories (3 household, 1 title deeds)  BAG/3/43/1-4  c. 1785-1807

Account books and accounts  BAG/3/44/1-39  1784-1810

Contents:
BAG/3/44/1. Estate accounts (agricultural). 1784-5. Imperf.
BAG/3/44/2. Rental of Sir John Caldwell's tenants. 12 January 1786.
BAG/3/44/3. Estate accounts (agricultural receipts and payments). 1789-91. 1 vol.
BAG/3/44/4-5. Castle Caldwell "Return Books". 1793-4. 2 vols.
BAG/3/44/6-7. Day accounts of work at Castle Caldwell. 1796-7. 2 vols.
BAG/3/44/8. Rental and account book for the Fermanagh estate. 1802-9. 1 vol.
BAG/3/44/9. "Statement of Rents of the Fermanagh and Cavan Estates." 1804-9.
BAG/3/44/10. "Rent Roll of Sir John Caldwell baronet, in the counties of Fermanagh and Cavan ending November 1814."
BAG/3/44/11-39. Accounts (various). 1783-1810.

CALDWELL MISCELLANEA  BAG/3/45/1-73  [n.d.]

Deeds and papers  BAG/3/45/1-16  1574-1814

"Fitzmaurice Caldwell's Narrative" (n.d.). 1 vol. imperf  BAG/3/45/17  nd

Commonplace Book (mainly geographical, genealogical and heraldic, copied from printed works). French and Latin. 260 pp. (Former owner: John C. Bloomfield, Castle Caldwell, inner front cover.)  BAG/3/45/18  1746-8

An account of the Caldwell family, 77 fols. (pp. 58-77, blank).  BAG/3/45/19  n.d. (19th cent.)

Bloomfield (Frances Arabella Caldwell married John Colpoys Bloomfield, 1817.) correspondence and papers  BAG/3/45/20-35  1774-1830

Hort (Josiah Hort, archbishop of Tuam, was father of Lady Elizabeth Caldwell.) correspondence and papers  BAG/3/45/36-73  1726-90

ANNE BAGSHAWE, NÉE FOXLOWE (d. 1844)  BAG/IV  [n.d.]

CORRESPONDENCE  BAG/4/1/1-4/2/415  [n.d.]

Correspondence: Family  BAG/4/1/1-540  1743-1848

Contents:
Bagshawe: Rev. William, husband, and William, son (1818-28), 5. Greaves: Mary, daughter, and Henry, son-in-law (1828-44), 106; William, grandson (c. 1840), 10; various (1803-41), 16.
Foxlowe: Rev. Francis, brother, Jane his wife and Mary (1819-44), 56. Correspondence (For convenience of reference this miscellaneous group is included here, although Mrs. William Bagshawe herself is not concerned in it.) of Rev. Francis, Jane, Dorothy and Anne Foxlowe (1743-1848), 134.
Gisborne: Mrs. Gordon, née, Gisborne (1815-44), 45; Hon. Mrs. Vesey Knox, née Gisborne (1803-44), 50.
Correspondence (For convenience of reference these miscellaneous Gisborne correspondence and accounts are included here, although Mrs. William Bagshawe herself is not concerned in them.) of Mrs. Dixon, née Gisborne (1759-94), 45; Rev. Francis Gisborne (1777-1817), 45; accounts (various) (18th-19th cent.), 35; miscellaneous, 22.

Correspondence: Various  BAG/4/2/1-415  1797-1854

Contents:
Thomas Allen (1841-3), 7; Dr. Richard Aston (1853-4), 5; Rev. Auriol and Mrs. Barker (1832), 28; Bedford family (1799-1841), 14; Mary Browne (1834-5), 14; Rev. N. B. Curry and Miss Curry (1838-42), 29; Rev. Samuel Grundy and family (1837-41), 21; Emily Guthrie (1818-31), 14; the Misses Harrison (c. 1838), 8; Liddell family (1818), 16; Mary Cunliffe Owen (c. 1830-44), 26; Elizabeth Rawson (1816-40), 20; Shore family (1828-38), 30; Agnes Sterndale (c. 1840-1), 22; Louisa Sterndale (1835-42), 26; Mary Sterndale (1818-40), 42; Stanley Sterndale (1841), 2; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sterndale (c. 1844), 4; Rev. Thomas and Mrs. Sutton (1822-44), 15; Mrs. Thorold and Miss Harriet Thorold (1837-43), 12; Rev. W. H. and Mrs. Vale (1831-41), 16; Miss Vyvyan and Miss Satterthwaite (1828-44), 16; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walker (1828-44), 19; Elizabeth Wilkins (c. 1797), 5; Anne C. Young (1829-31), 4.

PAPERS  BAG/4/2/416-622  [n.d.]

Contents:
Prose extracts, 8; verses and essays, 100; prayers, 6; accounts and receipts (various), 28; household recipes (18th-19th cent.), 65.

LORD JOHN MURRAY (d. 1787) AND HIS WIFE MARY, NÉE DALTON (d. 1765)  BAG/V  [n.d.]

CORRESPONDENCE  BAG/5/1/1-460  [n.d.]

[no title]  BAG/5/1/1-408  1756-1780

Contents:
Bound manuscript volume of copies of letters and regimental orders concerning the 42nd or Highland Regiment (1756-7), with extracts and copies of private letters (1766-70), 110; bound manuscript volume of copies of letters to and from Lord John Murray at Banner Cross, concerning military affairs (1777-80), 298.

[no title]  BAG/5/1/409-460  1758-1783

Contents:
Miscellaneous correspondence (unbound) (1758-83), 52. Mostly respecting business affairs and (26) the Hon. Mary Murray, his daughter.

PAPERS  BAG/5/2/1-330  [n.d.]

Personal papers, incl. marriage settlement (12 Sept. 1758), with copy; freedoms and memorials presented to Lord John and his ancestors (17th-18th cent.), 7; Wills of Lord and Lady John Murray (1764-81), 5  BAG/5/2/1-15  nd

Military papers  BAG/5/2/16-57  1743-85

Miscellaneous papers  BAG/5/2/58-107  18th cent

Receipts and accounts  BAG/5/2/108-323  nd

Plans and maps  BAG/5/2/324-330  nd

MANUSCRIPT VOLUMES  BAG/5/3/1-19  [n.d.]

History notebook of Edward Murray  BAG/5/3/1  1729

Trigonometry notebook of Lord Frederick Murray  BAG/5/3/2  c. 1730

Account Book for crops  BAG/5/3/3  1739-41

"Contract of Marriage between James, Lord Deskfoord, and Lady Mary Murray  BAG/5/3/4  9 June 1749

"Rules and Articles for the Better Government of His Majesty's Horse and Foot Guards and all Other of His Forces." (printed)  BAG/5/3/5  1749

Volume containing lists of officers and other particulars of the Highland Regiment commanded by Lord John Murray  BAG/5/3/6  1751

A catalogue of Lord John Murray's books at Perth, London, and Huntingtower  BAG/5/3/7  1762

Memoranda Book of Lord John Murray  BAG/5/3/8  1762

Inventory of goods at Banner Cross  BAG/5/3/9  1762

Music notebook of Lady John Murray  BAG/5/3/10  n.d. (mid-18th cent.)

Arithmetic notebook of Lord John Murray  BAG/5/3/11  n.d. (mid-18th cent.)

"Antient History", a volume in the hand of Lord John Murray  BAG/5/3/12  n.d. (mid-18th cent.)

Volume containing copies of letters by (pp. 11-17v, 1697-8) and to (pp. 62-5v, 1697) John, Earl of Tullibardine, later 1st Duke of Atholl; by (pp. 103-4v, 1697) William III from the camp at Cocklebergh; and (pp.22-51v) extracts from Rapin's "History of England" made in 1732 by Lord John Murray. 128pp. (of which the remainder are blank)  BAG/5/3/13  n.d. (mid-18th cent.)

"Work done at Banner Cross by gardeners, etc. 8th Jan. 1765-11th Feb. 1769, and record of the weather."  BAG/5/3/14  nd

"Plans of the Estates in Derbyshire.... Survey'd and drawn by Wm. Fairbank."  BAG/5/3/15  1769

"Maps of the several Estates... in the County of York, Survey'd by Wm. Fairbank."  BAG/5/3/16  1758-70

"Farming and Gardening journal for Banner Cross commencing 1st Jan. 1778 to 27th Oct. 1781."  BAG/5/3/17  nd

Account of the families of Atholl (pp. 1-15) and Murray (pp. 16-25) and personal reminiscences (pp. 29-31) by Lord John Murray (holograph); pp. 44v-47 contain extracts from and copies of letters respecting Col. Norman Macleod. 137 pp. (of which the rest are blank)  BAG/5/3/18  1783

"Bailiff's Account from May 2nd 1785 to Sept. 16th 1786, Banner Cross."  BAG/5/3/19  nd

The Dalton family of Banner Cross. (Lord John Murray married Mary Dalton, 1758)  BAG/5/4/1-66  1735-1755

Contents:
Letter books (June 1735-April 1750) of Richard Dalton, merchant of Sheffield, 3 vols.; correspondence concerning Dalton v. Heathcote (1748-50), 23; correspondence of Mary Dalton (later Murray) (1749-55), 40.

LIEUTENANT-GENERAL WILLIAM MURRAY, FORMERLY FOXLOWE (d. 1818)  BAG/VI  [n.d.]

PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS  BAG/6/1/1-6/2/485  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/6/1/1-871  [n.d.]

Relatives  BAG/6/1/1-206  1781-1818

Contents:
Samuel Foxlowe, father (c. 1781), 4; Rev. Francis Foxlowe of Staveley, brother (1789-1818), 36; Thomas Peter Foxlowe and wife Mary (1781-1818), 39; Rev. William and Mrs. Bagshawe, née Foxlowe (1781-1818), 127.

Various  BAG/6/1/207-399  1780-1818

Contents:
Alexander Anderson (1783-92), 23; Richard Astley (1791-1805), 9; Ld. Frederick Bentinck and the Duke of Portland (1799-1800), 3; Ld. William Bentinck (1797-1811), 13; Jane Browne (1818), 2; John Clay (1780-89), 9; Mary, Countess of Findlater and Seafield, (1784-8), 10; Rev. Francis Gisborne and Rev. Fletcher Dixon (1806-14), 5; Greaves family (1787-1815), 11; Major Gen. George William Richard Harcourt, M.P. (1795-1807) 14; Milne family (1804-14), 3; William and Anne Moore (1803-17), 16; E. Morris (1805-18), 7; James Wheeler Unwin (1802-13), 9; Sir Jeffry Wyatville (1817-21), (For convenience of reference Wyatville letters to Rev. William and Mrs. Bagshawe (21) are included here.) 45; letters and papers respecting the Hon. Mrs. Murray (1782-1805), 14.

Estate and business  BAG/6/1/400-871  1783-1818

Contents:
Atholl, 4th Duke (1788-1813) 28; Joseph Bishop (1803-16), 62; John Brookfield (1787-1804), 10; Alexander Fraser and Edmund Bacot, solicitors to the Duke of Atholl(1811-16),23; William Jessopp (1814-18), 17; Francis Squire (1797-8), 4; Bernard Wake (1811-18), 15; John Wheat (1783-92), 6; relating to Ashby, co. Lincoln (1804-13), 20; relating to Banner Cross (1787-1806), 12; relating to Dunstall (1811-16), 88; relating to the purchase of Dunstall and sale of Rawmarsh (1811-14), 47; relating to Rawmarsh and Hesley (1787-1804), 22; relating to Shooters Hill, nr. Doncaster (1790-1804), 17; relating to Lord John Murray's house, 247 Oxford Street, London (1784), 19; relating to Lady Aberdeen's house at St. Nicholas' Cliff, Scarborough (1809-10), 10; relating to houses and estates offered to Murray to rent (1804-17), 5; respecting a visit to Berne (1785-7), 10; miscellaneous (1781-1818), mainly estate and business papers, rights to sport and fish, invitations, 73.

Papers and accounts  BAG/6/2/1-485  nd

Contents:
Journal of a visit to Switzerland (1785); settlement before the marriage of Mary Murray and William Foxlowe (1782), with draft and papers concerning the same, 40; Account Book, Banner Cross (1782-9); payments made for Mrs. Murray (1791-5), 41; plan of Banner Cross estates (18th cent.); particulars and valuation of Murray estates in cos. York and Derby (1811); residuary accounts, etc. respecting Murray's will (1815-19), 65; personal memoranda and accounts (1783-1818), 123; accounts and papers respecting Banner Cross, Birdshall and Dunstall (1808-25), 119; estate papers and accounts (1779-1816), 65; miscellanea, 29.

MILITARY CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS  BAG/6/3/1-6/4/44  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/6/3/1-477  [n.d.]

Contents:
Lt.-Gen. George Ainslie (1804-11), 38; Brownlow, 5th Duke of Ancaster (1804-6), 9; Lt.-Gen. Sir Harvey Calvert (1804-15), 5; Benjamin Cheales (1804-5), 9; Charles Combers, 24th Dragoons, (1804), 3; Edward Draper, Brigade Major to Gen. Hewgill, and George Pomeroy, aide-de-camp to the same (1804), 11; Capt. Ebhart, Murray's aide-de-camp (1813-15), 7; John Fraser, Murray's army agent (1804-19), 84; James Gomme (1803-6), 15; Gen. Edwin Hewgill (1804), 8; Lt.-Gen. Richard Jarry (1800-5), 5; William Henry Newton, Murray's Brigade Major (1804-6), 8; Lt.-Gen. Richard Vyse, and his assistant Adjutant Generals (1894-6), 20; yeomanry returns and correspondence (1804-5), 114; letter book (1782-3); miscellaneous correspondence and papers (1780-1816), respecting commissions, enlistment, leave of absence, allowances, written and printed instructions to inspecting Field Officers of volunteer cavalry and infantry, rates of pay of General Officers and uniforms, 140.

Papers  BAG/6/4/1-44  [n.d.]

Contents:
Respecting signals stations, coastal and inland (1804-5), 13; reports and returns respecting the Royal West Middlesex Militia, the Lincolnshire Yeomanry and Volunteers, and troops in the inland districts (1804-14), 16; miscellaneous memoranda and papers (includes 3 items respecting action to be taken in case of an invasion of Ireland, 1809-14), 15.

MANUSCRIPT VOLUMES  BAG/6/5/1-11  [n.d.]

"Practical geometry." Holograph  BAG/6/5/1  n.d. (18th cent.)

"Heads of review exercise for a regiment of cavalry."  BAG/6/5/2  n.d. (18th cent.)

"Fortification de Campagne." Holograph  BAG/6/5/3  c. 1804

"Remarques et Corrections à faire sur la manière dont le camp de Penn a été occupé," with fair copy  BAG/6/5/4  c. 1804

Notebook containing entries respecting the use of artillery  BAG/6/5/5  c. 1800

Fragment of military instructions  BAG/6/5/6  n.d. (19th cent.)

"General regulations and orders relative to the duties in the field and in cantonments." (Printed.)  BAG/6/5/7  1798

"Regulations relative to the contingent accompts of general and other staff officers." (Printed.)  BAG/6/5/8  1812

Map: Pays de Vaud, Cantons of Berne and Fribourg  BAG/6/5/9  1781

Account of a decorated screen formerly owned by Gen. Murray  BAG/6/5/10  c. 1809

Catalogues of books at Banner Cross.  BAG/6/5/11  c. 1817-18

3 Vols.

THE HON. MARY MURRAY (d. 1803)  BAG/VII  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/7/1/1-282  1774-1801

Contents:
Lt.-Gen. William Murray, husband (1781-97), 54; Lord John Murray, father (included are some letters from Lord John to Lt.-Gen. Murray) (1774-86), 65; Clay family (1782-7), 8; Mary, Countess of Findlater and Seafield (1774-93), 24; Foxlowe family (1778-83), 12; miscellaneous (1770-97), respecting servants' clothes and millinery, 73; to the Rev. Mr. Robertson, written while she was at school in Queen Square, London (1774), 8; drafts to various correspondents (1780-c. 1801), 41.

Papers and accounts  BAG/7/2/1-159  1774-1797

Contents:
Journal, 1776-80; Journal of a visit to Switzerland (1785), with accounts, etc. concerning the same, 38; miscellaneous accounts, bills and receipts (1774-97), 93; miscellaneous papers and fragments (late 18th cent.), 27.

BAGSHAWES OF THE OAKS AND CASTLETON  BAG/VIII  [n.d.]

RICHARD BAGSHAWE (d. 1750)  BAG/8/1/1-7  nd

Contents:
Richard Bagshawe, son (1732, 1738), 2; Sir Archibald Grant (1726-44), 5.

RICHARD BAGSHAWE (d. 1776)  BAG/8/1/8-23  nd

Contents:
William and John Bagshawe, brothers (1752-68), 6; Alexander Barker (1768, 1774), 2; Thomas Fletcher, bishop of Kildare (1754); Samuel Foxlowe (1765); Sir Archibald Grant (1753), 3; Dorothy Lister (1747); Joseph Offley (n.d.); Daniel Roundell (1758); Joseph Wilcockson (1768, 1770), 2.

WILLIAM BAGSHAWE (d. 1785)  BAG/8/1/24-204  nd

Contents:
Richard Bagshawe, father (1741-8), 3; Richard Bagshawe, brother (1741-63), 7; Ann Bagshawe, later Mrs. Newton (1778-85), 8; Catherine Bagshawe née Caldwell (1778-9), 6; Mary Bagshawe, née Simpson (1776-8), 5; Samuel Bagshawe of Ford Hall (d. 1804) (1776-85), 46; Rev. William Bagshawe of Ford Hall and Banner Cross (1780-5), 19; respecting a bequest of Richard Bagshawe (d. 1776), 17; respecting William Bagshawe's appointment as Reader and Treasurer of the Inner Temple (1734-84), 10; Mrs. Walter Weldon (1778-84), 11; miscellaneous (1755-84), 34; drafts to various correspondents (1736-85), 14; letter-book, holograph (1746-85).

JOHN BAGSHAWE (d. 1791)  BAG/8/1/205-211  nd

Contents:
Catherine Bagshawe (1790); Samuel Bagshawe of Ford (1790); Stratford Canning (1784); Thomas Curry (1784), 2; John Curtiss (1786); John Hubbard, jun. (1780).

PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE: VARIOUS. (Owing to the general form of address used in these letters, it has not been possible to assign them to individual members of this branch of the family.)  BAG/8/1/212-301  nd

Contents:
Chambers family of Hull, co. York (1755-85), 49; Drake family of Coles Hall, co. York (1709-96), 32; miscellaneous (18th cent.), 11.

BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE (RICHARD, d. 1750--JOHN, d. 1791)  BAG/8/2/1-8/3/90  nd

Business correspondence, papers and accounts  BAG/8/2/1-604  nd

Contents:
Accounts and receipts of Richard Bagshawe, d. 1750 (1726-49), 16; receipts for King's rent and other payments for lands and property in Callow, Castleton and Hope (1653-1797), 291; correspondence and papers respecting the magisterial duties of Richard Bagshawe, d. 1750, and William Bagshawe, d. 1785 (1719-85), 66; correspondence and papers respecting the Castleton property and heriots and fee farm rents in the High Peak (1723-85), 114; papers and accounts of Richard Bagshawe, d. 1776, and his wife Mary, d. 1792 (1751-79), 57; accounts of William Bagshawe, d. 1785 (1743-85), 12; accounts, bills and receipts (mainly residuary) of John Bagshawe, d. 1791 (1782-92), 17; accounts and papers respecting timber on the Oaks estate (1756-83), 5; correspondence and papers respecting a legacy from Richard Bagshawe (d. 1776) to William Hodgkinson (1777-91), 8; miscellaneous (1712-91), 18.

Mining correspondence, papers and accounts  BAG/8/3/1-90  nd

Contents:
Correspondence, papers and accounts of Richard Bagshawe, d. 1750 (1704-50), 14; accounts of William, d. 1785, and John Bagshawe, d. 1791 (1750-58), 31; correspondence and accounts of William Bagshawe, d. 1785 (1767-83), 13; mineral accounts and papers of the Bagshawes of the Oaks (1738-82), 32.

JOHN BAGSHAWE (Second son of Colonel Samuel Bagshawe of Ford Hall.) (d. 1801)  BAG/8/4/1-8/5/345  nd

Correspondence  BAG/8/4/1-4197  nd

Contents:
Messrs. John and William Anderton of Norton Lees (1796-1801), 12; George Andrée (1787-98), 29; John and Thomas Atkinson of Lincolns Inn (1785-1800), 57; Catherine Bagshawe, née Caldwell, mother (1777-94), 73; Ann Bagshawe, sister, (1778-98), 56; Samuel Bagshawe of Ford, brother (1778-1801), 214; Rev. William Bagshawe, brother, and wife Anne (1778-1801), 322; William, d. 1785 and John Bagshawe, d. 1791 (1778-91), 138; Caesar William Blake and the Rev. George Buxton (1794), 14; J. Bolton (1792-1801), 228; Philip Bowes Broke (1793-4), 10; William Buxton and Elizabeth, wife (1788-97), 21; Col. Henry Caldwell, uncle (1776-94), 18; Sir John Caldwell, 5th Bart. (1781-94), 9; John Caley of Gray's Inn (1795-1801), 41; Robert and Joseph Clay (1780-94), 6; Lady Mary Coghill, née Hort (Sister of John Bagshawe's aunt Lady Caldwell, she married John Cramer who assumed the name of Coghill.) and her daughters the Misses Cramer (1784-94), 16; respecting the Cotes Hall estate, co. York (1773-1800), 110; Robert Crafton (1794-1801), 51; Rebecca Creswick (1792-3), 16; John Cruso (1798-1801), 10; J. Curtis of Doctors' Commons (1788-1801), 15; Darling family of Hull (1779-1801), 154; Messrs. Denne, Snow, Sandley and Son, bankers, London (1790-1801), 14; Thomas Dewhurst (1794-1800), 26; Messrs. Dickenson and Shaw of Southgate (1794-1801), 20; David Ellis of the Temple (1794-9), 9; Francis Eyre of Hassop (1799), 4; Fairfax family (1792-1801), 17; foreign (French Protestant) emigrés (1783-1800), 41; Samuel Frith (1792-1801), 6; Rev.John Gee of Chapel-en-le-Frith (1782-4), 30; Capt. Gem, adjutant to Gen. James Coates (1791), 6; John Graham (1785-90), 7; Thomas Green and William Green (1790-8), 21; John Greenway and son John (1795-1801), 15; Messrs. Francis Gregg of London (1782-94), 14; Gregge-Hopwood family (1779-98), 61; James Grove (1791-4), 6; Micah Hall of Castleton (1779-1801), 193; John Heaton (1792-1801), 15; George Hounsfield (1792-8), 26; Robert How (1790-1801), 35; Henry Kirk (1793-1800), 18; Lingard family of Astley, co. Lanc. (1779-1801), 60; Sir Francis and Lady Lumm (1791-3), 2; Benjamin Burton Lusk (1797), 4; James Mander (1796-1802), 82; A. L. Maynard (1792-1800), 9; Thomas Middleton and wife (1778-83), 4; M. and Mme. Monnecove (1796-1802), 61; Robert Mower (1800-1), 5; Michael Nolan (1791-1800), 19; the inhabitants of Norton, co. Derby (1790-1801), 133; Edward and Thomas Nucella (1784-1800), 24; John Nuttall and son George (1794-1801), 42; servants at the Oaks (1778-1801), 130; Joseph Outram and son Joseph (1791-1801), 148; Adamson Parker (1793-1801), 27; Perceval family (1779-1801), 35; Pollard family (1779-1801), 53; T. B. Richards (1795-1800), 12; M. and Mme. François Ferdinand Rivaz (1783-1801), 41; Rev. P. Robinson, vicar of Norton (1787-1801), 11; Samuel Rotherham (1790-4), 8; Rev. William and Mrs. Roundell, (1791-8), 10; Richard Ryder (1799-1800), 6; Rev. James and Mrs. Scott (1790-4), 8; Michael Shaw (1795-1801), 15; Noble Sherrard (1789-1801), 102; Shore family (1727-1801), 49; James and Ashton A. Shuttleworth (1795-1801), 6; Francis Sitwell and Sir Sitwell Sitwell (1779-1801), 23; Richard Slater (1793-1801), 9; Robert Starkie (1790-1800), 41; John Sterndale and wife (1797-1801), 7; Thomas Stones (1795-6), 5; T. R. Stuart (1798-1802), 15; Thomas Thornber (1790-7), 35; Robert Waller (1794-1801), 114; Albany Wallis (1781-95), 25; John Webster (1793-1800), 34; Mrs. Walter Weldon (1782-9), 11; Gideon Wells (1781-94), 12; Messrs. Isaac and John Wilkinson (1790-1801), 48; Edward Coke Wilmot (1780-1800), 18; miscellaneous letters (1789-1801), 494, arranged chronologically by W. G. H. Bagshawe (each correspondent is represented by one or two items only) namely, personal (264), business and estate (209), mining (12), fragments (9).

Accounts and papers  BAG/8/5/1-345  1763-1801

Contents:
Address book (late 18th cent.); mining papers and accounts, (1790-1801), 32; residuary papers and accounts (1801-3), 77; accounts, bills and papers (various) (1763-1801), 235.

SAMUEL BAGSHAWE (d. 1804) AND HIS WIFE CATHERINE, NÉE INKSTER (d. 1828)  BAG/IX  [n.d.]

SAMUEL BAGSHAWE (d. 1804)  BAG/9/1/1-9/2/118  [n.d.]

Personal correspondence and papers  BAG/9/1/1-221  1780-1801

Contents:
Catherine Bagshawe, née Caldwell, mother, and Ann, sister (1792-1801), 12; John Bagshawe of the Oaks, brother (1785-1801), 128; Rev. William Bagshawe, brother (1792-1801), 30; respecting the trusteeship of his estates by Col. Henry Caldwell and William Bagshawe of the Oaks (1776-85), 19; Rev. J. Bryson (1793-7), 3; Mr. Frith (1793-9), 10; Rev. John Gee (1785); Rev. Samuel Grundy (1798-1800), 4; Mr. Hodson (1799), 2; Mrs. Inkster (1795); Henry Kirk (1790, 1791), 2; Eberhard von Zimmermann (1773); miscellaneous (1780-1801), 8.

Estate and business correspondence and papers  BAG/9/1/222-466  1726-1800

Contents:
Respecting the settlement made by Col. Samuel Bagshawe for his wife and children (Mainly correspondence with Albany Wallis.) (1774-1800), 80; Ford estate agents (1774-98), 73; Cornelius Pickford (1786-95), 12; business letters (1778-1800), 42; holograph lists of correspondence and papers (1726-92), 12; letter-book (n.d.), imperf.; papers respecting agriculture (18th cent.), 3; miscellaneous papers (18th cent.), 20; fragments (18th cent.), 4.

Accounts  BAG/9/2/1-118  1742-1829

Contents:
Respecting the settlement made by Col. Samuel Bagshawe for his wife and children (1742-97), 65; business accounts (1777-1804), 14; personal accounts (1763-99), 35; papers respecting his monument (1806-29), 4.

CATHERINE BAGSHAWE, née INKSTER  BAG/9/3/1-509  1793-1827

Contents:
Correspondence and papers.
Mrs. Inkster, mother, and Mrs. Biggs, sister (1793-1801), 6; Catherine Bagshawe, née Caldwell (1793-1801), 9; Rev. William Bagshawe and wife Anne (1800-24), 47; miscellaneous correspondence and papers (1795-1821), 10; accounts and receipts, household and personal (1810-27), 437.

REV. WILLIAM BAGSHAWE OF FORD HALL AND BANNER CROSS (d. 1847)  BAG/X  [n.d.]

Personal correspondence  BAG/10/1/1-507  1794-1847

Contents:
Anne Bagshawe, wife (1803-38), 41; Ann Bagshawe, later Mrs. Newton, sister (1794), 2; Rev. Augustus Adam Bagshawe (1840-7), 15; Catherine Bagshawe, wife of Samuel Bagshawe of Ford Hall (1803-30), 30; Bagshawe family of the Oaks (1802-46), 74; Darling family of Hull (1803-20), 12; Foxlowe family (1803-47), 60; Rev. Thomas Gisborne, of Yoxall Lodge, co. Staff. (1831-47), 7; Henry Marwood Greaves and wife Mary (1827-46), 47; Greaves family (1803-44), 11; Rev. Samuel Grundy and wife Margaret (1803-39), 12; Rev. Samuel Hall (1803-10), 6; Hon. Frances Harley (1816-18), 3; Rev. James Parker and wife Elizabeth (1836-47), 46; John Parker (1846), 3; Rev. James Pickford (1794-1841), 5; John Slack (1845-7), 6; Dr. Thomas Slacke (1830-41), 3; Rev. John Stackhouse (1839-46), 12; Mary and Louisa Sterndale (1826-40), 9; Rev. William H. Vale and wife Emily (1826-46), 9; miscellaneous (1794-1847), mainly local and domestic affairs, 94.

Business and estate correspondence, accounts and papers  BAG/10/2/1-2992  1798-1848

Contents:
John Bagshawe of the Oaks (d. 1801), mainly residuary (1798-1837), 52; Sir William Bagshawe (c. 1810), 10; William Bennett (1834-47), 19; Joseph Bishop (1803-24), 20; John Bolton (1802-14), 13; Messrs. Bouverie and Antrobus (1800-48), 152; John Carr and son Charles (1814-18), 8; John Ellill (1808-37), 13; Mary Fretwell (1803-18), 7; John Hall (1822-41), 11; Robert How (1803-21), 18; Francis Jessop (1803-45), 29; Henry Kirk (1803-38), 17; Messrs. Longman, Rees & Co. (1832-8), 14; respecting mines, mainly the Grassington, Glory and Miners Engine mines (1801-42), 30; Lt.-Gen. William Murray, residuary correspondence and papers (1818-47), 186; Ann Newton, sister (1811-43), 50; Robert and Wilson Overend (1804-5), 7; respecting railways (mainly the North Midland) and canals (1830-46), 16; respecting turnpikes and other roads (1805-44), 22; Joseph Walker (Mainly respecting improvements at Ford Hall, 1831-47.); (1810-47), 180; Robert Waller (1805-17), 13; Isaac Wilkinson (1804-20), 12; Benjamin and William Wyatt (1801-46), 76; miscellaneous business correspondence (1802-46), 75; miscellaneous estate correspondence (1799-1846), 104; miscellaneous business papers (1798-1846), 9; bills and accounts, household and personal (1798-1843), 1,856.

Ecclesiastical correspondence and papers  BAG/10/3/1-224  1798-1847

Contents:
Nomination to the living of Fairfield, co. Derby (1798-9), 17; concerning the livings of Buckminster, Sewstern and Garthorpe, co. Leics. (1803-46), 26; Rev. R. Peat of Buxton (1798-9), 7; the living of Wormhill (1805-46), 20; respecting ecclesiastical duties (1801-44), 42; almshouses and school at Barkston, co. Linc. (1836-47), 27; schools and charities (1803-46), 43; printed papers (1799-1847), 43.

Letter-Books, drafts and memoranda  BAG/10/4/1-460  1801-1846

Contents:
Letter-books (3 imperf.) (1824-39), 8; drafts (1801-46), 219; fragments of drafts, n.d. (19th cent.), 60; memoranda (1801-46), 90; prescriptions and household recipes (19th cent.), 83.

WILLIAM BAGSHAWE (Son of the Rev. William Bagshawe.) (d.1818)  BAG/10/5/1-12  1811-1814

Contents:
Correspondence.
Anne Bagshawe, mother (1812-18), 10; William Bagshawe, father (1814); Mrs. Catherine Bagshawe, aunt (1811).

MISCELLANEA  BAG/XI  [n.d.]

Contents:
Under this heading are arranged letters and papers which it has not been possible to relate to individual members of the family.

Correspondence  BAG/11/1/1-18  18th-19th cent

Papers and accounts  BAG/11/2/1-58  18th-19th c

Contents:
School exercises, notes and verses (18th-19th cent.), 31; prescriptions and household recipes (18th-19th cent.), 22; accounts, 5.

MANUSCRIPT VOLUMES  BAG/XII  [n.d.]

FAMILY AND ESTATE  BAG/12/1/1-61  [n.d.]

FORD  [no ref. or date]

COLONEL SAMUEL BAGSHAWE (d. 1762)  [no ref. or date]

Rental, with executors' accounts. With copy  BAG/12/1/1  1763-8

Executors' accounts  BAG/12/1/2  1762-76

SAMUEL BAGSHAWE (d. 1804)  [no ref. or date]

"A Terrier referring to Maps hereunto annexed of several Estates belonging to Samuel Bagshawe Esqr. Surveyed in the Year 1776 by J. Nuttal."  BAG/12/1/3  nd

Accounts of Micah Hall, agent.  BAG/12/1/4  1765-77

2 Vols.

Bailiff's Book  BAG/12/1/5  1779-80

"Creditor and Debtor: abstract of their Accounts with Saml. Bagshawe". Holograph  BAG/12/1/6  1779-82

Farming and household accounts, with miscellaneous memoranda. 2 vols. Holograph  BAG/12/1/7  (1781-85)

Account Books (miscellaneous): 1782, 4 fols., imperf.; 1783-7. 2 vols. Holograph.  BAG/12/1/8  nd

"Pineapple Book."  BAG/12/1/9  1792

Mr. [Albany] Wallis's accounts of receipts and payments.  BAG/12/1/10  1762-94

3 Vols.

"Receipts Alphabetically arranged." 1770-94. With an index to letters and copies of letters, 1726-95. Holograph.  BAG/12/1/11  nd

"Value etc. of Saml. Bagshaw's Esqr. Estates situate at Wormhill, Forrest, Over-end, Green Fairfield, Chappel-en-le-Frith, Ford, Roich and Wash." With copy.  BAG/12/1/12  1793

"Remarks from History." 8 fols. Imperf. Holograph. Notes on Roman History and miscellaneous memoranda.  BAG/12/1/13  18th cent

Rentals and estate accounts: 1781-94 (holograph); 1788-1803  BAG/12/1/14  nd

2 Vols.

CATHERINE BAGSHAWE, NÉE INKSTER (d. 1828)  [no ref. or date]

Journals. passim. 11 vols. Holograph  BAG/12/1/15  1792-1826

REV. WILLIAM BAGSHAWE (d. 1847)  [no ref. or date]

"An Account of Housekeeping," in the hand of Mrs. Anne Bagshawe. 1798-1804. Apparently relating to Dronfield. Inserted are loose accounts, 1805-6  BAG/12/1/16  nd

Journal. November and December 1813. With household accounts relating to Hinckley, 1813-14. Holograph  BAG/12/1/17  nd

Inventory of books and household furniture  BAG/12/1/18  1815

Surveys of estates at Wormhill, co. Derby  BAG/12/1/19  1813; 1830

2 Vols.

Accounts respecting improvements at Ford  BAG/12/1/20  1837-43

4 Notebooks.

Household accounts  BAG/12/1/21  1840-46

6 Notebooks.

Account Books (miscellaneous). passim. Holograph.  BAG/12/1/22  1763-1847

4 Vols.

Wheat Account Book  BAG/12/1/23  1845-8

Accounts with the Sheffield Banking Co. 1831-48. 2 vols. Includes executors' accounts, 1847-48  BAG/12/1/24  nd

Accounts with Joseph Walker, steward  BAG/12/1/25  1841-58

Topographical commonplace book  BAG/12/1/26  19th cent

ANNE BAGSHAWE, NÉE FOXLOWE (d. 1844)  [no ref. or date]

Account Book (miscellaneous). Holograph  BAG/12/1/27  1799

BANNER CROSS  [no ref. or date]

JOHN BRIGHT (d. 1748)  [no ref. or date]

Accounts of receipts and payments. 1739-48. (Also in this volume are accounts of Nicholas Saunders, 1687-92.)  BAG/12/1/28  nd

Rent accounts. 1729-54. (Also in this volume are rent accounts of John Bright (d. 1734).  BAG/12/1/29  nd

LT.-GEN. WILLIAM MURRAY (d. 1818)  [no ref. or date]

Building accounts. A note by Jeffry Wyatt (Sir Jeffry Wyatville) on the inner front-cover states This Book Belongs to Lieut. Genl. Murray  BAG/12/1/30  1817-21

Building accounts: Stone. With a similar note by Wyatt  BAG/12/1/31  1817-21

Building accounts: Carpenters' Wage Book  BAG/12/1/32  1817-21

Building accounts: Labourers' Wage Book  BAG/12/1/33  1818-21

Building accounts: William Dent, Clerk of the Works  BAG/12/1/34  1817-23

REV. WILLIAM BAGSHAWE (d. 1847)  [no ref. or date]

Journal, with miscellaneous farming accounts added. In the hand of Joseph Walker, steward  BAG/12/1/35  1828-33

Accounts with Joseph Sharp  BAG/12/1/36  1842-3

Household accounts  BAG/12/1/37  1840-5

2 Notebooks.

Accounts with Joseph Walker, steward  BAG/12/1/38  1821-51

Timber accounts  BAG/12/1/39  1821-55

2 Vols.

Rentals. passim  BAG/12/1/40  1784-1866

2 Vols.

THE OAKS  [no ref. or date]

RICHARD BAGSHAWE (d. 1776)  [no ref. or date]

"A survey book of Lands at Wormhill lying in Fostry Field (or in some others adjoining) in the Parish of Tiddeswell and County of Derby, Taken for Richd. Bagshaw, Esq. By William Dickinson Anno Domini. 1742"  BAG/12/1/41  nd

Accounts of personal estate and debts. Holograph  BAG/12/1/42  1733-64

Account Books (miscellaneous)  BAG/12/1/43  1750-70

6 Notebooks.

Household accounts  BAG/12/1/44  1765-71

6 Notebooks.

"Oakes Inventory. Begun Jany. 1772"  BAG/12/1/45  nd

Accounts with W. Hodgkinson, steward. 6 vols. (1 imperf.)  BAG/12/1/46  1750-76

WILLIAM BAGSHAWE (d. 1785)  [no ref. or date]

Household accounts. In the hand of Mrs. Eliza Ellis  BAG/12/1/47  1778-80

Account Books (miscellaneous). 13 notebooks (1 imperf.). Holograph  BAG/12/1/48  1741-81

Accounts with Messrs. Denne & Co  BAG/12/1/49  1754-92

JOHN BAGSHAWE (d. 1791)  [no ref. or date]

Valuation of the tithes of corn and hay for lands in Hope and Ashop  BAG/12/1/50  1774

Account Books (miscellaneous). 4 notebooks (1 imperf.)  BAG/12/1/51  1746-75

Household accounts  BAG/12/1/52  1786-91

Rentals for estates in the hundreds of Scarsdale and High Peak: 1798-1801 (2 items); 1798-9  BAG/12/1/53  nd

Accounts of John Curtiss and Robert How, agents: 1785-8 (2 vols.); 1764-92. 4 vols. (1 imperf.)  BAG/12/1/54  nd

JOHN BAGSHAWE (d. 1801)  [no ref. or date]

Account Book  BAG/12/1/55  1779

Accounts with Baron Dimsdale Sons and Barnard and Son, bankers  BAG/12/1/56  1791-8

2 Notebooks.

"Kearsleys' Gentleman and Tradesman's Pocket Ledger." With manuscript entries in the hand of John Bagshawe  BAG/12/1/57  1793 and 1799

2 Vols.

Memoranda books  BAG/12/1/58  18th cent

2 Vols.

MINING  [no ref. or date]

Account book of lead bought, sold and shipped. [Concerns the Bright family of Banner Cross.]  BAG/12/1/59  1708-19

Mineral accounts of Richard Bagshawe of Castleton  BAG/12/1/60  1709-15

"A Reckoning for the Consolidated Mineral Tytles called Stough Shaw Engine and Brookhead." Concerns the Bagshawes of the Oakes  BAG/12/1/61  1747-69

MISCELLANEOUS  BAG/12/2/1-7  [n.d.]

Sermons of Samuel Gardiner, rector of Eckington, co. Derby (1652-86) and prebendary of Lichfield (1666-80). 1 vol. 2 sermons are subscribed: Preached at Litchfeild [sic] May 20, 1666 and Litchfielde 1671  BAG/12/2/1  nd

Mathematical exercise book: "John Bright's Book of 1696" (fol. 1)  BAG/12/2/2  nd

Nonconformist sermons (apparently Congregational). passim. 11 booklets, each marked on the front with the place(s) of delivery.  BAG/12/2/3  1748-74

Legal notebook, mainly testamentary  BAG/12/2/4  18th cent

Legal notebook, mainly respecting the duties of Justices of the Peace  BAG/12/2/5  18th cent

Greek-Latin vocabularies  BAG/12/2/6  18th cent

2 Vols.

Notes on Derbyshire parishes by John Reynolds, junior. 1 vol. (unbound and imperf.)  BAG/12/2/7  19th cent

DEEDS AND DOCUMENTS  BAG/XIII  [n.d.]

CO. CHESTER  BAG/13/1/1-4  [n.d.]

HIGH LEGH  [no ref. or date]

Will of James Stelfox of High Legh, gent. 21 Jan. 1817. Codicil, 11 March. Copy  BAG/13/1/1  nd

MARPLE  [no ref. or date]

Will of Thomas Marriott of High Lane, Marple, gent. Copy  BAG/13/1/2  6 Feb. 1836

Sale by Richard Arkwright of Willersly Castle, co. Derby, esq., to trustees, of land and a building thereon for the purpose of a Day and Sunday School for the Established Church. Draft  BAG/13/1/3  n.d. [1837.]

PRESTBURY  [no ref. or date]

Will of Thomas Venables of Prestbury, gent. 22 Dec. 1749. Letters of administration, 17 May 1819 [sic]. Copy.  BAG/13/1/4  nd

CO. CUMBERLAND  BAG/13/2/1-21  [n.d.]

BRUNSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

Copy [17th cent.] of 3 conveyances concerning John Dalton and premises in Brunsketh  BAG/13/2/1  28 Jan. 1602/3, 22 April 1606, 24 Aug. 1607

Bond of Janet Bushby, widow, to Richard Dalton for performance of covenants  BAG/13/2/2  14 Nov. 1619

Bond of John Dalton, son of John of Brunsketh, gent., to John Hairskugh for performance of covenants  BAG/13/2/3  22 Feb. 1642/3

Warrant to the constables of Crosby parish for the arrest of John Dalton, son of Thomas of Brinstocke  BAG/13/2/4  6 Aug. 1668

Arbitration award in a dispute between Thomas Bushby of Brunstocke and Janet his wife, of the first part, Richard Dalton of the same, of the second part, and John Dalton, of the third part, respecting a right to certain free lands at Brunstocke  BAG/13/2/5  5 Feb. 1668/9

Surrender by John Hairsceugh alias Howsomer of Briscoe, yeoman, to Richard Dalton of Brunstocke, yeoman, of land in Brunstock. With bond  BAG/13/2/6  27 Dec. 1669

Bond of Christopher Parker of Brunstock, yeoman, to Richard Dalton of Brunstocke, jun., yeoman, for performance of covenants  BAG/13/2/7  7 March 1670/1

Apprenticeship bond of John Dalton of Brunstock, jun., to Thomas Lowry of Stannix, whitesmith. With bond  BAG/13/2/8  4 May 1680

Sale by Ambrose Nicholson of Milton-hill and William Jackson of Walby, yeomen, to James Nicholson of Brunstocke, yeoman, of land in Brunstocke with appurtenances. With 2 receipts  BAG/13/2/9  20 March 1682/3

Bond of James Nicholson of Brunstocke, yeoman, to Richard Dalton of Brunstocke, yeoman, for performance of covenants  BAG/13/2/10  11 April 1683

Bond of Thomas Cowin of Low Crosby and James Bowsted of Linstock, yeoman, to Richard Dalton, yeoman, for performance of covenants  BAG/13/2/11  3 Dec. 1688

General release by John Sowerby, yeoman, to Richard Dalton  BAG/13/2/12  22 Sept. 1697

Legal opinion of John Chesshyre touching the commons of Brinstock  BAG/13/2/13  22 July 1700

Memorandum of admittances of Richard Dalton and John Dalton to premises at Brunstock  BAG/13/2/14  9 Sept. 1713, 19 March 1722

Bond of John Dalton of York, co. York, gent., and his son Richard to Joseph Gilliburne of Haughton, yeoman, respecting money entrusted to the said Joseph  BAG/13/2/15  23 March 1722

Memorandum of receipt by John Wilson from his uncle John Dalton of certain deeds  BAG/13/2/16  24 Sept. 1735

Miscellaneous letters and papers of the Dalton family  BAG/13/2/17  1693-1752

14 Items.

CARLISLE  [no ref. or date]

Final concord between Timothy Haddock, Anthony Stagg and John Dalton, plaintiffs, and Thomas Craister, gent., and Elizabeth, his wife, and others, deforciants, respecting messuages and land in Sharpe Vennell, Linton, Holme, Carlile, Brunstock, and Crosby. Copy  BAG/13/2/18  3 weeks from Mich. 1671

Indenture declaring the intent of the above.  BAG/13/2/19  15 [month torn], 24 Charles II

TARRABY  [no ref. or date]

Bond of Robert Parker of Carlisle to William Bell for performance of covenants  BAG/13/2/20  11 Feb. 1670

Extracts from proceedings at Courts Baron for the manor of Tarraby concerning surrenders by Robert Bell (17 Oct. 1656) and Robert Parker (15 Feb. 1670)  BAG/13/2/21  nd

CO. DERBY  BAG/13/3/1-622  [n.d.]

ASHFORD  [no ref. or date]

Will of John Ashe of Ashford, clerk. 9 July 1733. Probate, 20 May 1736. With copy and memorandum concerning surrenders by Robert Bell, 18 Aug. 1737  BAG/13/3/1  nd

ASHOVER  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by Samuel Shelden of Ashover, husbandman, to William Millward of the same, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Ashover  BAG/13/3/2  1 May 1662

BAGSHAW  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim by William, son of Henry, rector of Colwyke, John de Wardeloe of Criche parish, William de Winfeld of Wirkeseworth and William Storour of the same to Thomas le Grenesmyth of Bagschagh of all their right in messuages and lands in Bagschagh formerly belonging to Richard Crowether and a moiety of a kiln lying between a croft of Hugh Gibbe and a hedge of the said Hugh in the same vill. 5 seals (1 missing, 2 imperf.).  BAG/13/3/3  7 Nov. 1423

I.P.M. of Anthony Gibb, late of Bagshawe, yeoman  BAG/13/3/4  21 Aug. 1618

Settlement before the marriage of Robert Gibbe (son and heir of Robert Gibbe of Bagshawe, yeoman) and Sarah Bacon (daughter of Richard Bacon of Ughillwoodsyd within Bradfelde Chapelry, co. York, yeoman)  BAG/13/3/5  22 Dec. 1641

Settlement after the marriage of Robert Wainewright of Bagshawe, yeoman, and Mary (daughter of James Carrington of Blakebrooke, yeoman)  BAG/13/3/6  9 March 1696/7

Release by Robert Wainwright and Mary his wife to Edmund Ogden of Macclesfeild, co. Chester, gent., of 2 messuages with appurtenances at Bagshawe. With bond and final concord  BAG/13/3/7  18 Feb. 1706/7

Settlement after the marriage of Robert Wainewright and Mary his wife  BAG/13/3/8  15 and 16 June 1707

Articles of agreement between the marriage of Robert Wainewright and Samuel Frith of Peake Forrest, yeoman, for the conveyance of a messuage and land at Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/9  24 June 1708

Conveyance by Edmund Ogden of Macclesfeild, co. Chester, gent., and the marriage of Robert Wainwright to the above Samuel Fryth of a messuage and closes at Bagshaw. With bond  BAG/13/3/10  3 and 4 Dec. 1708

Feoffment from Robert Winterbotham of Peak Forrest, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, to Adam Young of Ford, yeoman, of a close in Bagshaw called Oldfield  BAG/13/3/11  5 June 1712

Agreement of freeholders and tenants in Chapel-en-le-Frith parish that Ellen Swann of Bagshaw, widow, may enclose a piece of waste on Bagshaw Green  BAG/13/3/12  4 Feb. 1757

Feoffment from Ellen Swann of Bagshaw, widow, to James Green of the same, husbandman, may enclose a piece of waste with a cottage standing thereon.  BAG/13/3/13  8 Feb. 1757

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2 Copies.

Contents:
Will of John Frith of Bagshaw, yeoman. 8 April 1775. Probate, 19 Jan. 1782.

Mortgage by James Green of Maglow, farmer, to William Lee of How Lane in Marple, co. Chester, innkeeper, of a piece of land at Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/15  27 Nov. 1786

Mortgage by James Green of Maglow, farmer, to William Lee and James Green to Thomas Marriott of Marple, co. Chester, gent., of the same  BAG/13/3/16  1 May 1787

Assignment by Samuel Needham of Rushop Edge, yeoman, and Samuel Frith of Bank in Chapel parish, gent., to John Frith of Manchester, cotton manufacturer, of a messuage, farm and lands called Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/17  2 June 1793

Mortgage by the by Samuel Needham of Rushop Edge, yeoman, John Frith to James Stelfox of Crowley Lodge, co. Chester, gent., of a messuage and closes at Bagshaw. With bond  BAG/13/3/18  7 and 8 June 1793

Conveyance from Jasper Hall of Bagshaw, yeoman, to Thomas Hatfield of Crowding Brooke in Motteram parish, co. Chester, gent., of 2 messuages and land at Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/19  19 and 20 May 1814

Conveyance from John Frith of Pendleton, co. Lanc., merchant, to Hannah Dixon of Manchester, widow, of a messuage and closes at Bagshaw, and a messuage and closes in the parochial chapelry of Wormhill. Copy  BAG/13/3/20  31 Dec. 1816 and 1 Jan. 1817

Conveyance from Thomas Hadfield of Cradenbrook in Mottram parish, co. Chester, gent., to Mary Edge and Martha Edge of Buxton, spinsters, of 2 messuages and land at Bagshaw and land called the Hall hill Piece lying on Peasleys in Chapel parish. With bond  BAG/13/3/21  29 and 30 Sept. 1826

Transfer from the executors of James Stelfox to Edward Stelfox of Rosthern, co. Chester, farmer, and Alice Stelfox of Crowley, co. Chester, spinster, of BAG/13/3/18 above  BAG/13/3/22  28 and 29 Sept. 1827

Conveyance by Hannah Dixon, widow, and others, to Richard Roe of Manchester, drysalter, and William Tait of Ashby de la Zouch, co. Leic., dissenting minister, of the premises, etc., concerned in BAG/13/3/20 above. Copy  BAG/13/3/23  21 and 22 Nov. 1827

Miscellaneous papers respecting the title to Bagshaw farm  BAG/13/3/24  1833-4

6 Items.

Abstract of the title to a farmhouse and land at Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/25  19 March 1834

Deed of covenants between William Fleming of Manchester, doctor of physic, and Thomas Marriott of High Lane within Marple, co. Chester, gent., for the production of title deeds respecting an estate at Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/26  25 June 1834

Release by Richard Roe and others to Thomas Marriott of a farm and lands at Bagshaw. With 5 documents concerning the same  BAG/13/3/27  25 June 1834

Release and assignment by Thomas Hadfield to his trustee Robert Newton of Ashton under Lyne, co. Lanc., of a messuage and land at Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/28  13 and 14 April 1840

Conveyance from Thomas Hadfield and others to Robert Marshall of Chapel-en-le Frith, common brewer, of a messuage and closes at Bagshaw and the Hall Hill Piece on Peasleys in Chapel parish. With 2 documents concerning the same  BAG/13/3/29  3 Dec. 1840

Mortgage by Robert Marshall to Alice Bateman of Chelmorton, spinster, of the same  BAG/13/3/30  30 Dec. 1840

BAKEWELL  [no ref. or date]

"Captain Wright's Company mustered at Bakewell, 5 July 1690." 19th cent copy  BAG/13/3/31  nd

Will of John Hall of Halltopp in Bakewell parish, yeoman. Copy  BAG/13/3/32  14 April 1724

Will of Jane Hall of Beely in Bakewell parish, widow  BAG/13/3/33  18 Dec. 1739

Will of Edward Heathcott of Bakewell, butcher. Copy  BAG/13/3/34  13 July 1757

"An Act for Dividing and inclosing the several Commons and Waste Grounds... in the Parish of Bakewell."  BAG/13/3/35  1772

"An Act Dividing and Inclosing the several Open Fields [etc.] within the Hamlet of Taddington and Prestcliff in the Parish of Bakewell."  BAG/13/3/36  1793

BOLSOVER  [no ref. or date]

Surrender of messuages and land formerly belonging to John Bright to the use of his granddaughter Mary Dalton. (Extract from proceedings at Bolsover Court Leet.)  BAG/13/3/37  26 April 1754

"An Act For dividing and inclosing the Open Arable Fields and Commons, within the Manor of Bolsover, in the Parishes of Bolsover and Clown."  BAG/13/3/38  1778

"Abstract of the Title of His Grace The Duke of Atholl to certain Pieces of Copyhold Land at Bolsover."  BAG/13/3/39  1820

BONSALL  [no ref. or date]

Surrender by John Eaton and Thomas Clarke of a messuage and land. (Extract from proceedings at Bonsall Court Baron.)  BAG/13/3/40  13 April 1711

Surrender by Edmund Evans of a messuage and land. (Similar extract.)  BAG/13/3/41  3 July 1711

BRADWELL  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment from William Chalsworth of Shefield, co. York, cutler, to Thomas Hallom of Bradwall, yeoman, of a close in the territory of Bradwall. With copy  BAG/13/3/42  9 April 1715

Final concord between Hugh Hill, plaintiff, and Martin Middleton, deforciant, respecting land with appurtenances in Bradwall. 8 days from Hil  BAG/13/3/43  1763

Mortgage by Thomas Middleton of Bradwall, miner, to Robert Hill of the same, yeoman, of a newly erected house in Bradwall called the Smithy Hill  BAG/13/3/44  19 June 1775

Apprenticeship indenture of Hugh Hill (son of Robert Hill of Bradwell) to John Moorhouse of Bradwell, fustian weaver  BAG/13/3/45  14 Aug. 1784

Memorandum of a sale to Robert Hill of Bradwell of a cottage at Bradwell  BAG/13/3/46  1 June 1789

Lease for 21 years by Francis Bagshaw of Hazlebadge, gent., to Hugh Hill and Isaac Hill, both of Bradwell, cotton manufacturers and co-partners, of 2 closes in Bradwell  BAG/13/3/47  14 June 1799

Conditions of sale for an auction of premises at Bradwell occupied by John Broadbent and Daniel Furnass  BAG/13/3/48  12 Sept. 1801

"An account of ore measured in the Liberty of Bradwell"  BAG/13/3/49  1801-2

Miscellaneous receipts and papers of the Hill family of Bradwell  BAG/13/3/50  18-19th cent

72 Items.

BRAMPTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 16 years by Henry Harvy of Walton in Chesterfield parish, husbandman, to Samuel Doe of the parish or free chapelry of Brampton, carpenter, of a messuage with closes in the said parish or free chapelry  BAG/13/3/51  14 Aug. 1714

Licence for Rebecca Lowe of Brampton to keep an alehouse  BAG/13/3/52  17 Sept. 1779

BROWNSIDE  [no ref. or date]

Settlement after the marriage of Charles Kyerke the younger and Anne his wife (daughter of Charles Lingard of Chappell Milltowne in Glossopp parish, yeoman)  BAG/13/3/53  1 Oct. 1680

Will of Charles Kirk of Shireoaks in Glossop parish, yeoman. Copy  BAG/13/3/54  4 March 1701

Conveyance by George Kirke of White Hough, yeoman, and his son Samuel to Joseph Barras and Joseph Dudbridge, both of Clements Inn, co. Middx., gentlemen, of a capital messuage at Brown Side in Glossop parish called the Shire Oakes, in which John Kirke lives, with appurtenances and closes at Brownside and lands in the herbage of Mainstone Field alias Chinleys alias Chinelyes, all of which lands and premises are situated in Brownside and Chinley, for the purpose of levying a fine  BAG/13/3/55  1 and 2 Jan. 1724/5

Lease for 21 years by Samuel Kirk of Whitehough, gent., to John Walker of Shireoaks in Glossop parish, husbandman, of a messuage with appurtenances at Shireoaks, and the said Samuel's right of commoning upon a waste called Colborn, and a pew in Chapel-en-le-Frith church  BAG/13/3/56  27 Feb. 1752

Conveyance by Samuel Kirk of Whitehough and Jasper Frith of Bank Hall in Chappell parish, gentlemen, by the direction of Anthony Ward of Ashton under Line, co. Lanc., plumber, to Thomas Kirk of Shire Oakes, yeoman, of a parcel of ground on Brownside Common in Glossopp parish called The Grain  BAG/13/3/57  21 and 22 Nov. 1753

Conveyance by the above Thomas Kirk to Samuel Frith of the Chamber within Peake Forest, gent., of a parcel of ground on Brownside Common in Glossopp parish called The Grain  BAG/13/3/58  19 and 20 Dec. 1753

Articles of agreement between Henry Ward of the Wash in Chappel parish, plumber, and Thomas Kirk of Shire oaks, yeoman, for the conveyance to the latter of common on Brownside Moor called The Grain  BAG/13/3/59  16 Aug. 1758

Bond of John Walker of Shire Oaks, farmer, to Samuel Frith of Bank Hall, gent., for performance of covenants  BAG/13/3/60  10 Jan. 1777

"Survey of Shire: Oaks."  BAG/13/3/61  7 April 1777

Conveyance by William Tatton of Withinshaw, co. Chester, esq., by the appointment of William Plumbe, rector of Aughton, co. Lanc., and Catherine his wife (daughter and heir of the late Samuel Kirk) to Samuel Frith of Bank Hall, gent., of a messuage at Brownside called the Shire Oakes, all pews in the parish churches of Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith belonging to the occupiers of the same, and parcels of land lying at Brownside and within the herbage of Mainston Field otherwise Chinley otherwise Chineleleys, all of which premises are in Brownside and Chinley, and parcels of land on Colborne in Chapel parish and common of pasture in the same  BAG/13/3/62  9 and 10 April 1777

Lease for 21 years by Samuel Frith of Bank Hall, esq., to John Bower of Chindley, yeoman, of the messuage called Shireoaks in Chindley, with closes in Chindley belonging to the same, with appurtenances  BAG/13/3/63  25 March 1784

Mortgage and assignment by Samuel Frith of Bank Hall, esq., to Stephen Bellot of Combs in Chapel parish, esq., of an estate at Shireoaks  BAG/13/3/64  15 and 16 June 1820

Further mortgage respecting the same and a mortgage of a piece of land called The Grain  BAG/13/3/65  13 and 14 April 1823

Miscellaneous papers in a case respecting Shireoaks estate and a piece of ground called The Grain situated in Brownside and Chinley  BAG/13/3/66  1816-1838

39 Items.

Release and assignment from Godfrey Webster of Bank Hall, esq., (nephew and heir of the late John Frith) and others to Henry Marwood Greaves of Hesley, co. Nott., esq., respecting the same  BAG/13/3/67  6 Sept. 1838

BUXTON  [no ref. or date]

Award of John Bagshaw of the Oakes, esq., in a dispute between the Rev. George Buxton of Buxton and Thomas Green of the same, surgeon, respecting premises in Buxton. Draft  BAG/13/3/68  10 Feb. 1790

CASTLETON  [no ref. or date]

Inventory of lands and tenements of Otuel Nedham within the parishes of Castylton and Hope. With translation  BAG/13/3/69  31 July 1487

Assignment by Peter Bradshawe, citizen and merchant tailor of London, to Robert Eyre, Ralph Cantrell and others of all his estate in the herbage of Caldelowe alias Callowe and the premises belonging to the same, for the remainder of a term of years  BAG/13/3/70  3 June 1614

Assignment by the Rt. Hon. William, Viscount Maunsfeilde to Thurstan Browne of Hilsdale, co. Staff., gent., of all his right etc. in a third part of the advowson of the vicarage of the parish church of Castleton, of the rectory and parsonage of the same, and of the vicarage of the parish church of the same, and the lands, tenements, etc. belonging to the same  BAG/13/3/71  6 June 1622

Decree respecting the payment of tithes of lead ore by the parsonage of Castleton  BAG/13/3/72  22 March 1636

Assignment by Nicholas Stones of Hymsworth, yeoman, to Edmund Chapman of Little Hucklow, husbandman, of a dwelling house in Castleton near the churchyard for the residue of a term of years  BAG/13/3/73  3 April 1651

Final concord between Humphrey Marshall and Thomas Lomas, plaintiffs, and Nicholas Bradshawe and Joan his wife and Anthony Olleranshawe and Mary his wife, deforciants, respecting premises and land in Castleton and Woodseates. 5 weeks from Easter, 1661. Copy  BAG/13/3/74  nd

Memorandum of an agreement between Tobias Le Gros of the Inner Temple, London, esq., and Richard Torr of Castleton, gent., for a lease to the latter of land called Calowe within Castleton  BAG/13/3/75  25 Sept. 1688

Lease for 17 years by the same to the same of the herbage of Caldlow alias Callow in Castleton  BAG/13/3/76  16 May 1689

Assignment by John Hutchinson of Carsington, lead merchant, to Richard Bagshaw of Castleton, gent., of certain cottages  BAG/13/3/77  4 Aug. 1699

"An Assesmt. to discharge the Costs of A Decree obtained of the Freeholders and Coppyholders to proporcions of Common within Castleton."  BAG/13/3/78  27 Feb. 1713

Miscellaneous documents relating to the shrievalty of Richard Bagshawe of Castleton  BAG/13/3/79  1720-3

22 Items.

Will of Charles Potts of Castleton, gent. n.d. Codicil, 12 March 1724. Probate, 7 Aug. 1725  BAG/13/3/80  nd

Assignment by Sir John Statham of Wigwell to Richard Bagshaw of Castleton, esq., of the herbage called Caldelowe alias Callow for the remainder of a term of years  BAG/13/3/81  18 Nov. 1729

Papers in a law suit between Richard Bagshawe of the Oakes, esq., and Henry Balguy the younger, gent., respecting a seat in Castleton church  BAG/13/3/82  1704-33

10 Items.

Lease for 31 years by the King to William, Duke of Devonshire of messuages, lands, etc., in the manors or lordships of Castleton and the High Peak and elsewhere in co. Derby, of the herbage of Caldlow alias Callow and of various quarries, tithes and heriots, etc. [Blank for day and month]. With 2 documents concerning the same.  BAG/13/3/83  1757

Lease for 21 years by the Bishop of Chester to John Bagshaw of Castleton, esq., of the rectory and parsonage of Castleton, with all appurtenances (the third part of the said rectory and parsonage and other premises with appurtenances excepted and reserved to the vicar, and the advowson and right of patronage of the vicarage reserved to the Bishops of Chester). Counterpart  BAG/13/3/84  24 June 1786

"Value of Lands at Castleton [rented by Js: Hall] the Property of Jno. Bagshaw, Esqr."  BAG/13/3/85  1788

Demise for 23 years to John Bagshaw of Castleton, esq., of pasture called the Callow alias Cawlow in Castleton, parcel of the possessions of the Duchy of Lancaster in co. Derby  BAG/13/3/86  14 March 1797

"A survey of the Castle Meadow belonging to John Bagshaw, Esquire."  BAG/13/3/87  2 Oct. 1798

Lease for 21 years to John Bagshaw, late of Castleton, now of Oakes, esq., of the rectory and parsonage of Castleton as in BAG/13/3/84 above  BAG/13/3/88  24 June 1800

Assignment from John Bagshaw to Isaac Wilkinson of Tapton House in Chesterfield parish, esq., of the rectory and parsonage of Castleton as in BAG/13/3/84 above lease  BAG/13/3/89  16 Jan. 1801

"An Accot of Ore Measd in the Liberties of Castleton and Chapel en le Frith", and of tithes belonging to Mr. Bagshaw in Haslebadge lordship  BAG/13/3/90  1801-2

Lease for 21 years by the Bishop of Chester to William Bagshaw of Staveley, clerk, as in BAG/13/3/88 above  BAG/13/3/91  4 June 1807

Similar lease  BAG/13/3/92  5 July 1814

Papers in a case between the Rev. William Bagshawe and Isaac Hall and others  BAG/13/3/93  1816-19

12 Items.

Similar lease to BAG/13/3/92 above  BAG/13/3/94  23 June 1821

Similar lease to BAG/13/3/92 above  BAG/13/3/95  23 June 1828

Demise to the Rev. William Bagshaw of Banner Cross, co. York, of land, called Callow alias Cowlow alias Cawlow in Castleton, parcel of the possessions of the Duchy of Lancaster. With copy  BAG/13/3/96  20 July 1839

"Apportionment of the Rent-Charge in lieu of Tithes in the Township of Castleton."  BAG/13/3/97  1840

Miscellaneous papers respecting Callow (24) and Castleton (7).  BAG/13/3/98  1704-1841

31 Items.

Lease for 21 years to the Rev. William Bagshawe of the rectory and parsonage of Castleton, as in BAG/13/3/84 above. With copy  BAG/13/3/99  22 Sept. 1842

Miscellaneous accounts respecting mines in Castleton (including Oden, Top Groves, and New Rake Mines) and on Grassington Moor in Linton parish, co. York  BAG/13/3/100  1797-c.1843

46 Items.

Castleton Rectory: tithe ore accounts  BAG/13/3/101  1772-1845

62 Items.

Miscellaneous Castleton rent accounts  BAG/13/3/102  1801-47

65 Items.

CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment from Nicholas Kerke of Chappell in le Frithe, blacksmith, to George Thornhill of Warmbrooke and Nicholas Cresswell of Chappell in le Frith, yeomen, of a messuage in Chappell parish. 30 Dec. 1615. With 19th cent. abstract  BAG/13/3/103  nd

Depositions of witnesses taken at Chappel le Frith in a case between George Thornhill and others, plaintiffs, and Thomas Barney and others, defendants. 25 March 1619. 19th cent. Copy (typewritten)  BAG/13/3/104  nd

Sale by Edward Barber of Clough in Chappell parish, yeoman, to Thomas Dawson of Castleton, miner, of parcels of land called shoebroad and the Sitch in Foordfeild alias Foorthfeild in Chappell in le Frith  BAG/13/3/105  20 Nov. 1638

Sale by Edward Barber of Clough in Chappell parish, yeoman, to George Greenesmith of Maglowe, yeoman, of a close called Slackfeild  BAG/13/3/106  24 Nov. 1638

Inventory of the goods and chattels of [torn] Bowden of Lanside in the parish of Chappe[rest torn] Frith, yeoman  BAG/13/3/107  18 June 1657

Feoffment by Thomas Turner of Willkinhill in Chappell parish, yeoman, to George Thornhill and Humphrey Thornhill, both of Wharmbrooke in Chappell parish, yeomen, of a close of land called the Bettfield with all buildings, etc., thereto belonging at Bettfield  BAG/13/3/108  10 June 1659

Will of William Barber of Malcalfe, gent  BAG/13/3/109  4 Feb. 1666

Conveyance by Edward Barber of Malcoffe field head in Chappell parish, yeoman, to Thomas Barber of Smaledale howses within the Peake Forrest and William Barber of Malcoffe field head, husbandmen, his sons, of his dwelling house at Malcoffe field head with closes in Malcoffe fields alias Foardfields  BAG/13/3/110  7 July 1668

Articles of agreement between Thomas Barbar, natural son of Edward Barbar of Malcalfe feild head, yeoman, and William Barbar, brother of the said Thomas, yeoman, respecting Edward's messuage at Malcalfe feild head. With duplicate  BAG/13/3/111  27 June 1673

Bargain and sale by Thomas Lowe of Bowdenhead, yeoman, and his son and heir Humphrey Lowe, yeoman, to John Shirt of the same, yeoman, of their capital messuage in Bowdenhead with premises and closes belonging thereto. With bond  BAG/13/3/112  1 Jan. 1679

"A Copy of Such part of Francis Gee of Roside in the Parrish of Chappel-le-frith his last Will [1 Oct. 1679] As Relates to the Charity therein by him bequeathed." 18th cent. Copy  BAG/13/3/113  nd

Settlement by William Barbar of Malcalffe, yeoman, on his son Thomas respecting a messuage with appurtenances at Malcoffe. With duplicate  BAG/13/3/114  1 April 1680

Final concord between Charles Kirke and Robert Carrington, plaintiffs, and Thomas Barbor and others, deforciants, respecting 2 messuages and land in Malcalfe, Bowden, Chappell, Chinley and Bowden Middlecale  BAG/13/3/115  Oct. of Trin. 1682

Conveyance by William Barbar of Malcalfe Feild, yeoman, to Thomas Barber his brother, of part of a messuage and land at Malcalfe Field  BAG/13/3/116  23 June 1682

Indenture between Thomas Barbor of Malcalfe, yeoman, and Charles Kirk the elder, of Shire Oakes, yeoman, declaring the uses of a fine respecting 2 messuages and closes in Malcalfe and Bowden Chappell  BAG/13/3/117  20 July 1682

Indenture between Thomas Barber of Malcalfe, yeoman, and Anne his wife and others, for suffering a recovery of a messuage and land at Malcalfe  BAG/13/3/118  1 March 1683

Indenture of covenants between John Frith of Peake Forrest, yeoman, and Thomas Barber of Mallcalfe, yeoman, respecting ingress, egress and regress into certain closes at Malcoff  BAG/13/3/119  9 May 1683

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by William Greaves and Charles Kirke, jun., against Thomas Browne, gent., and Robert Bagshawe, of a messuage and land in Chappell in le Frith  BAG/13/3/120  21 May 1683

Conveyance from Thomas Eyre of Grayes Inne, co. Middx., esq., to Edward Shert of Bowdonhead, yeoman, of wastes in Chappell in le Fryth on the Bole hill and Tom-Moor  BAG/13/3/121  18 Aug. 1684

"A Survey of Colinhey in the Parish of Chapel in the Firth... Belonging to Mr. Bagshaw of Ford, Observed Anno Domini MDCLXXXIIII."  BAG/13/3/122  nd

Sale by Thomas Eyre of Grays Inne, esq., to Samuel Bagshaw of the Ford, gent., of a piece of common or waste in the hamlet of Bowden Edge.  BAG/13/3/123  27 May 1687

Surrender by George Shert of premises at Clough next Bettfeilds in Chappell parish. (Extract from proceedings at the Small Court Baron for the Hundred and Liberty of the High Peak.)  BAG/13/3/124  31 Aug. 1689

Bargain and sale by William Barber of Malcalfe, gent., to Thomas Barber of the same of closes at Malcalfe within Bowden Edge. With bond.  BAG/13/3/125  25 March 1691

Sale by Samuel Bagshaw of Foard, gent., to Charles Kyrke the elder, of Shieroakes, yeoman, of a piece of common or waste at Roach Torr within Bowden Edge. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/126  19 June 1691

Indenture between George Shirt the elder of Bowdenhead, yeoman, of the first part, and John Shirt of the same and James Bretland of Browneroade in Mottram parish, co. Chester, of the second part, and Edward Shirt of Clough in Chapel parish, yeoman, and Mary his wife, of the third part, respecting a surrender of premises and land at Clough near Bettfields within Chapel parish  BAG/13/3/127  12 Nov. 1691

Map of Malcalfe Moor. Copied by Charles Kyrke, jun.  BAG/13/3/128  1691

"The accounts of Jon: and Wm: Lees, Churchwardens of Chappell en Le Frith for ye yeare 1695."  BAG/13/3/129  nd

Conveyance from Thomas Eyre of Grays Inne, co. Middx., esq., and George Shawe of Chesterfield, gent., to Robert Middleton of Chappell in le Frith, mercer, of certain annual rents issuing from common or waste in Bowden Edge  BAG/13/3/130  25 Nov. 1697

Release by Edward Shert of the Clough in Chappell parish, yeoman, to Samuel Bagshawe of the Ford, gent., of a piece of enclosed land called Swire Green in Chappell parish  BAG/13/3/131  26 Oct. 1699

Will of John Shirt of Bowdenhead, yeoman  BAG/13/3/132  2 Nov. 1699

Release by the above Edward Shert to the above Samuel Bagshawe of a piece of unenclosed waste  BAG/13/3/133  15 April 1700

Will of John Shiert the elder of Boudon head, yeoman. 24 Aug. 1700. Probate, 22 May 1704  BAG/13/3/134  nd

Receipt from Samuel Bagshawe for Edward Shirt's rent for land in Bowden Edg  BAG/13/3/135  10 Jan. 1701/2

Lease to John Shalcross for 17 years from 30 Sept. 1715 of the toll, passage and stallage of the market and fairs at Chappell in the Frith, parcel of the Duchy of Lancaster, and also licence to search, dig and get coal within the wastes in the Liberty of the Lordship of the High Peake called Middlecale; and of coalmines in the parishes of Chappel in the Frith and Hope, with liberty to search, etc., for coal there; and also of the tollage, passage and stallage of the markets and fairs of Heyfield. 23 June 1702. 6 seals (4 fragm., 2 missing)  BAG/13/3/136  nd

Lease for 21 years by Thomas Eyre of Rowtorr in Youlgreave parish, esq., to Adam Bagshaw the elder of Wormhill, gent., of certain parcels of waste ground in Bowden Middlecale, Bowden, Chappell, Hope, Bradwell, Castleton, Wormhill, Fairfeild, Fernylegh, and Mellor  BAG/13/3/137  26 March 1703

Conveyance by William Barber of Malcalfe, gent., and his son John to Henry Arden and Thomas Swettenham, both of the Middle Temple, London, esquires, of messuages, etc. in Chappell in le Frith, Bowdon Midlecale, Chinley alias Maynstonfield, Whitfield and Glossop  BAG/13/3/138  6 and 7 Aug. 1706

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by Emanuel Smith, gent., against Henry Ardern and Thomas Swettenham, esquires, respecting 11 messuages and land in the same places. Copy  BAG/13/3/139  23 Nov. 1706

Paper in a case between Ambrose Gardiner, late of Bakewell, yeoman, and Charles Parker, respecting an entry into land in the parishes of Chapel in le Frith and Hope  BAG/13/3/140  Mich. 1708

Bargain and sale by George Ward of Brownside, yeoman, to Joseph Shirt of Bowden Head, yeoman, of a house and garden with other premises at Wash  BAG/13/3/141  25 March 1714

Lease for 900 years by William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., to George Kyrke of Shireoakes, yeoman, of land at the upper end of Brownside common called Wheston Clough head and Henknowl  BAG/13/3/142  25 March 1714

Agreement by the freeholders and commoners of Chappell en le Fryth parish for the enclosing of their portions of the commons in the said parish. (Imperf. and stained.)  BAG/13/3/143  31 March 1714

Agreement between John Barber of Malcalfe, gent., of the one part, and William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., and John Gregory of Doewood in Beelee, yeoman, and John Hall of Beelee, yeoman, of the other part, respecting a parcel of the commons of Chappell lying near Malcalfe adjoining the Bolehill  BAG/13/3/144  1 Sept. 1714

Feoffment by John Barber to Richard Bagshaw of Castleton, gent., Sampson White of Basloe, yeoman, and Robert Shaw of Holmesfeild, yeoman, of the premises in BAG/13/3/144 above. With bond for performance  BAG/13/3/145  1 Feb. 1714/15

Conveyance by William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., to John Barbar of Malcalf, gent., of a parcel of common in the hamlet of Bowden Edg. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/146  6 July 1715

Conveyance from Stephen Bealott of Bruckhouses in Chappellefrith, yeoman, to William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., of a parcel of land in Bowden Edge  BAG/13/3/147  18 Aug. 1715

Assignment by William Bagshawe of Ford, gent., to William Barber of Malcalfe, yeoman, of a piece of waste ground at Bowden Edge. With duplicate  BAG/13/3/148  20 Nov. 1715

Agreement for the levying of a fine respecting an enclosure called the Birchinghey at or near the Eves in Chappell parish, an enclosure part of the commons of Chappell lying near Malcalfe, and three parcels of ground on Blakebroke moore in Chappell parish. With duplicate  BAG/13/3/149  24 May 1716

Conveyance from William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., to Adam Young of Ford, yeoman, of a close adjoining Clough house. Draft  BAG/13/3/150  20 June 1716

Final concord between William Archer and William Bagshaw, plaintiffs, and John Nodder and Debora, his wife, and others, deforciants, respecting land with appurtenances in Chappell in le Frith parish. 3 weeks from Trin  BAG/13/3/151  1716

Feoffment by Ralph Kyrke of Chappell Town head, innkeeper, and Ann, his wife, to John Bennett of Slackhall, weaver, of a piece of common belonging to Toping house  BAG/13/3/152  16 Jan. 1716/17

Will of Thomas Barber of Malcoffe, yeoman. 10 Dec. 1718. Probate, 3 Nov. 1720  BAG/13/3/153  nd

Lease for 42 years by John Gregory and John Hall, both of Beelow in Bakewell parish, yeomen, to William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., of land lately purchased from John Barbar of Malcalf, being his share of common land belonging to his freehold estate in Chappell. With 2 bonds  BAG/13/3/154  2 March 1718/19

Conveyance from William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., to Thomas Hadfield of Tenterclough in Longden in Mottram parish, co. Chester, gent., of a parcel of common in Bowden Edg. Counterpart  BAG/13/3/155  14 Nov. 1720

Conveyance from Thomas Hadfield of Enter Clough in Longden in Mottrom parish, co. Chester, gent., to William Bagshawe of Ford, gent., of a piece of common on the Clough banck  BAG/13/3/156  14 Nov. 1720

Assignment by Benjamin Lingard of Slackhall, yeoman, to William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., of a parcel of enclosed land near Green Break heads, part of Black Latche  BAG/13/3/157  15 Nov. 1721

Will of Edward Shirt of Clough, yeoman. 7 March 1722. Probate, 9 May 1722  BAG/13/3/158  nd

Surrender by Edward Shert of a messuage at Clough next Bettfields in Chappell parish. (Extract from proceedings at the Small Court Baron of the Hundred and Liberty of the High Peak.)  BAG/13/3/159  12 April 1722

Sale by John Fletcher to William Bagshaw of the Ford of "my land where Wainstones stand". [In rhyme.]  BAG/13/3/160  17 Jan. 1724

Acknowledgment for the receipt of legacies under the will (24 Aug. 1700) of John Shirt the elder, late of Bowdenhead. 25 March 1724/5  BAG/13/3/161  nd

Conveyance from Catherine Sutton of Chappell en le Frith, spinster, and Thomas Sutton, her eldest son and heir, weaver, to William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., of that part of land allotted to them by the freeholders of Chappell parish as their portion of common belonging to their house at Chappell  BAG/13/3/162  27 May 1725

Lease for 99 years by William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., Nicholas Bridbury of Rushop Edge, husbandman, of land at the north east end of Lower Coulburn  BAG/13/3/163  15 Dec. 1726

Document respecting the freeholders and parishioners of Chappellefrith parish and parish accounts. (Badly imperf. and stained.)  BAG/13/3/164  April 1729

Will of Joseph Shirtt of Bowdenhead, yeoman  BAG/13/3/165  12 Oct. 1729

Mortgage by John Gregory of Doewood in Beele, yeoman, to William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., of his share of a piece of ground formerly part of the commons of Chappell lying near Malcalf adjoining the Bole hill. With bond for performance  BAG/13/3/166  12 Jan. 1731/2

Surrender by Mary Shirt and Hannah Lomas, widows, of a messuage at Clough next Betfeilds. (Extract from proceedings at the Small Court Baron of the Hundred and Liberty of the High Peak.)  BAG/13/3/167  4 May 1732

Feoffment from John Barber of Malcalfe, gent., to William Leese of Chappell in le Frith, surgeon, of Mortons Farm near the Wash and closes belonging thereto. With 2 bonds  BAG/13/3/168  28 Nov. 1733

Mortgage by William Leese of Chappell in le Frith, surgeon, to Daniel Leese of Rushton James, co. Stafford, clothier, of the same  BAG/13/3/169  17 Dec. 1733

Conveyance from Mary Shirt of Clough in Bowden-Edge and Hannah Lomax of the same, widows, to John Lomax of the same, Hannah's son and heir, of premises and land at Clough  BAG/13/3/170  22 Jan. 1735

Settlement before the marriage of John Lomax of Clough in Chappell parish, yeoman, and Mary Bradbury, daughter of Nicholas Bradbury of Rushop-edg in the Peake Forrest, husbandman  BAG/13/3/171  17 April 1735

Assignment from Joseph Trickett, merchant, and William Barber, yeoman, both of Malcalfe to John Kyrke of Shireoaks, yeoman, of a parcel of common on Little Moss  BAG/13/3/172  11 Nov. 1735

Extract from proceedings at the Small Court Baron of the Hundred and Liberty of High Peak respecting Robert Kirk and a surrender by Mary Shirt and Hannah Lomas, widows, of premises at Clough near Betfields  BAG/13/3/173  13 May 1736

Grant by John Lomas of Clough in Bowden edge to Mary Shirt and Hannah Lomas, widows, of annuities  BAG/13/3/174  1 June 1736

Mortgage by John Barber of Malcalfe, gent., to Edmund Waterhouse of Sheffield, co. York, gent., of a messuage, etc., called Malcalfe Peice and land  BAG/13/3/175  28 July 1736

Lease for 21 years by Thomas Turnor of Rowthin, co. Denbigh, yeoman, to Ann Shirt of Bettfield in Chappell parish, widow, and her sons John and William of a messuage with closes called the Bettfield Farm in Bowden Edg in Chappell parish. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/176  6 June 1738

Lease for 1,000 years by John Barber of Malcalfe, gent., to Thomas Waterhouse of Sheffield, gent., of the messuage, etc., concerned in BAG/13/3/175 above  BAG/13/3/177  15 Jan. 1738/9

Agreement between Joseph Tricket of Malcalf, gent., and Thomas Waterhouse of Sheffield, gent., respecting a mortgage of 1735 of messuages, etc. at Chappele all frith. 29 May 1739. Copy  BAG/13/3/178  nd

Articles of agreement between John Lomas of Clough in Bowden Edg, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, of the first part, Hannah Lomas of Allstone lee in Chappell parish, widow, of the second part, and John Shirt of Bowden head in Chappell parish, yeoman, of the third part, for a surrender to John Shirt of an estate at Clough  BAG/13/3/179  6 Dec. 1739

Will of William Leese of Chappell in le Frith, surgeon. 14 July 1740. Note of probate, 17 Oct. Copy  BAG/13/3/180  nd

Bond of Peter Davenport of Macclesfield, co. Chester, esq., to Mary Lees of Chappell en le Frith, widow, and John Ridgeway of Edale, yeoman, respecting the above will  BAG/13/3/181  15 Nov. 1740

Note of an agreement respecting Samuel Bagshaw, John Barber and a moiety of Malcalfe moore  BAG/13/3/182  5 Feb. 1741

Surrender by Hannah Lomas, widow, and John Lomas and Mary, his wife, to the use of William Bagshaw of all their right in premises at Clough near Bettfield. (Extract from proceedings at the Small Court Baron of the Hundred and Liberty of High Peak.)  BAG/13/3/183  14 May 1741

Release by Hannah Lomas of the Combs in Chappell parish, widow, to her son John of an annuity granted to her by BAG/13/3/174 above  BAG/13/3/184  26 June 1741

Sale by John Lomas of Chappell in le Frith, butcher, and Mary, his wife, to William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., of a parcel of land at Clough, formerly part of the commons of Chappell  BAG/13/3/185  6 Nov. 1741

Bargain and sale by John Gregory of Doewood in Beeley, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, to William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., of all his share of a parcel of the wastes of Chappell near to the Malcalfe adjoining the Bole hill  BAG/13/3/186  6 Nov. 1741

Articles of agreement between John Barber of Malcalfe, gent., and Thomas Gisborne of Derby, esq., respecting 2 messuages and closes at Malcalfe  BAG/13/3/187  17 June 1742

Assignment by Thomas Waterhouse of Little Sheffield, co. York, gent., with the consent of John Barber, to John Heath of Derby, gent., of BAG/13/3/175 above  BAG/13/3/188  29 June 1742

Bargain and sale by John Barber of Malcalfe, gent., to Thomas Gisborne of Derby, esq., respecting the messuages and land concerned in BAG/13/3/187 above  BAG/13/3/189  1 July 1742

"Abstract of Mr. Barber's Title Deeds."  BAG/13/3/190  1663-1742

Mortgage by John Barber of Tidswell, yeoman, to Valentine Heaward of Taddington, yeoman, of a barnstead in the fold at Malcalfe, the third part of a fold belonging to an adjoining messuage, and certain closes. With bond for performance  BAG/13/3/191  7 May 1743

Mortgage by Johan [sic] Lomas of Chappell in le Frith, butcher, and Mary, his wife, to Thomas Watts of Rushop Edge in the Peak Forrest, husbandman, of a parcel of enclosed land at the Clough in Bowden Edg called the Cow pasture. With bond  BAG/13/3/192  16 Oct. 1743

Conveyance from Thomas Turner of Ruthin, co. Denbigh, yeoman, to Philip Roberts of the city of London, gent., of the messuage, close, etc. called Bettfield at Bettfield in Chappel parish.  BAG/13/3/193  24 and 25 Oct. 1743

Feoffment by Joseph Shirt of Bowden-head, yeoman, to John Shirt of the same, his son and heir, of his messuage of Bowden head and 2 dwelling houses at the Wash  BAG/13/3/194  1 Nov. 1743

Exemplification of a recovery by Robert Roberts, gent., against Philip Roberts, gent., respecting a messuage and land in Chappel in the Frith parish  BAG/13/3/195  8 Nov. 1743

Release by Josiah Shirt and Joseph Shirt, younger sons of Joseph Shirt of Bowdenhead, yeoman, to John Shirt, their brother, respecting a payment concerned in an indenture of 21 Dec. 1714. 29 Nov. 1743. With receipt.  BAG/13/3/196  nd

"Abstract of title to lands at Breck Edge, Toothill Pasture, Oldfield, etc." belonging to Samuel Bagshaw. With 2 copies  BAG/13/3/197  1713-43

Conveyance from Thomas Turner of Ruthin, co. Denbigh, yeoman (grandson and heir of Thomas Turner, late of Butras Green in Bredbury, co. Chester, turner, deceased), to William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., of a messuage, close, etc., called Bettfield at Bettfield  BAG/13/3/198  15 and 16 Oct. 1744

Assignment from John Wilkinson of Tidswell, yeoman, to Thomas Barber of Malcalfe, yeoman, of a messuage called John Barber's farm in Malcalfe. With articles and bond concerning the same.  BAG/13/3/199  8 and 9 Nov. 1744

Feoffment by William Barber of Malcalfe, yeoman, to his son Thomas, of a messuage and closes at Malcalfe  BAG/13/3/200  13 Dec. 1744

"Abstract of a Title to a Messuage or Tenemt. called Betfield... belonging to Saml. Bagshaw, Esqr."  BAG/13/3/201  1659-1744

3 Copies.

Feoffment from John Lomas of Chappell, butcher, and Mary, his wife, to Capt. Samuel Bagshaw of a parcel of enclosed land at the Clough in Bowden Edge called the Cow pasture. With bond  BAG/13/3/202  23 April 1745

Abstract of title to a farm at Clough in Chapel parish belonging to Samuel Bagshaw. With 2 copies  BAG/13/3/203  1684-1745

Release by Samuel Kirk of White Knowle within Chinley, yeoman, to his nephew Charles Kirk of all his right in a piece of land at Roach Torr  BAG/13/3/204  11 July 1746

Depositions of witnesses in a case respecting the minister of Chapel-en-le-Frith. 3 March 1747. 2 items. 19th cent. copies  BAG/13/3/205  nd

Assignment of mortgage by Daniel Leese to Thomas Venables of Prestbury, co. Chester, gent., of the farm with closes concerned in BAG/13/3/169 above. With bond  BAG/13/3/206  8 Dec. 1747

Sale by John Bennet of Slackhall, weaver, to William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., of a parcel of land formerly belonging to the Toping Houses  BAG/13/3/207  16 Dec. 1749

"Abstract of Title to several Parcels of Common Land and Fee Farm Rents in the parishes of Chapel en le Frith and Glossop... belonging to Samuel Bagshaw, esquire."  BAG/13/3/208  1687-1749

3 Copies.

Release by Godfrey Hall of Aldwork, yeoman, and others to Thomas Hyde of Chappell en le Frith, yeoman, of a messuage and land at Malcalfe  BAG/13/3/209  27 March 1750

Assignment by Joshua Lowe of Wincham, co. Chester, Matthew Mottershead of Adlington, co. Chester, and Thomas Bunnel of Prestbury, co. Chester, yeomen, to Sarah Norfolk of Chappel-en-le-Frith, widow, of the mortgage concerned in BAG/13/3/206 above  BAG/13/3/210  8 June 1750

Conveyance from James Hall of Beeley, yeoman, to John Hood of Lawrence Poultney Hill, London, gent., of a third part of 2 closes at Bowden Edge  BAG/13/3/211  12 and 13 June 1751

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by John Coape against John Hood, gent., respecting land with appurtenances in Chapell in le Frith parish  BAG/13/3/212  26 June 1751

Bargain and sale by James Hall of Beeley, yeoman, to William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., of the land concerned in BAG/13/3/211 above  BAG/13/3/213  12 Nov. 1751

Acquittance from Josiah Shirt and Joseph Shirt of Chappell Milnton in Glossop parish to their brother John for a bequest from their father Joseph Shirt of Bowdenhead, deceased  BAG/13/3/214  16 Jan. 1752

Agreement between Robert Hoyle of Rushop, husbandman, and his wife Ellen (widow and administratrix of Charles Kirk, late of Shire Oaks), of the one part, and John Walker of Shire Oaks, husbandman, of the other, whereby the former lease to the latter for 17 years Roich Torr with the right of commoning either on Colborn or Little Moss  BAG/13/3/215  7 May 1752

Will of William Barber of Malcalfe, yeoman. 22 May 1753. Probate, 18 May 1754  BAG/13/3/216  nd

Mortgage by James Hall of Beeley, yeoman, to James Gooddy of Rowsley in Bakewell parish, yeoman, of a third part of 2 closes in Bowden Edge, lately in the tenure of William Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/217  30 April 1755

Final concord between Cornelius Pickford, plaintiff, and Mary Leese, spinster, deforciant, respecting 2 messuages, premises and land in Chappell en le Frith parish. 15 days from Martinmas, 1755. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/218  nd

"Abstract of Title to a Close of Land... called Allens Dole belonging to Samuel Bagshaw, esq."  BAG/13/3/219  1752-5

2 Copies.

Indenture between the above Mary Leese and Cornelius Pickford to declare the uses of the above fine (BAG/13/3/218)  BAG/13/3/220  29 July 1756

Bargain and sale by James Hall of Beely, yeoman, to William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., of a third part of 2 closes in Bowden Edge lying near a place called Wainstones  BAG/13/3/221  28 Aug. 1756

Abstract of title to a parcel of land near Wainstones in Chapel parish belonging to Samuel Bagshaw. With 2 copies  BAG/13/3/222  1714-56

Memorandum of an agreement between John Walker of Shire Oaks, husbandman, and Samuel Bagshaw of Ford, esq., for a lease to the latter of lands belonging to a farm leased by the former from Samuel Kirk  BAG/13/3/223  20 May 1758

Acquittance from Samuel Bagshaw of Ford, esq., to John Green of Chapel in le Frith, surgeon, of arrears of rent for a messuage of the said Samuel in Chapel in le Frith  BAG/13/3/224  2 Feb. 1761

Will of Cornelius Pickford of Chapel en le Frith, ironmonger  BAG/13/3/225  8 Jan. 1777

Articles of agreement between Samuel Frith of Bank, esq., and Samuel Bagshaw of Ford, esq., for getting peat on waste land called Coburne. With copy  BAG/13/3/226  20 Aug. 1778

Mortgage by William Barber of Malcalf, yeoman, to John Cottrill of Edale End, yeoman, of Barbers Farm lying between Bowden Head and Malcalf, together with a third part of Breck Edge formerly belonging to Thomas Barber  BAG/13/3/227  4 Dec. 1778

Grant by William Norfolk of Chapel in le Frith, flaxdresser, to Cornelius Pickford of Edale End, yeoman, of Barbers Farm lying between Bowden Head and Malcalf, together with a third part of Breck Edge formerly belonging to Thomas Barber  BAG/13/3/228  3 Aug. 1781

Transfer of the above mortgage (BAG/13/3/227) to Ralph Morton of Bretton, yeoman, and mortgage to Ralph Morton of other lands  BAG/13/3/229  28 March 1783

Indenture between William Barber of Martin Side, yeoman, Townley Ward of Henrietta St., Covent Garden, London, gent., Joel Ratcliffe of Mellor, gent., and Mary Christiana Walker and Hannah Walker, both of Fairfield within Droylsden, co. Lanc., spinsters, for suffering a common recovery respecting 2 messuages and closes at Malcalfe within Bowden Edge (incl. the Black Piece)  BAG/13/3/230  23 June 1791

Exemplification of a recovery by Joel Ratcliffe, gent., against Townley Ward concerning the same  BAG/13/3/231  13 July 1791

Transfer of the above mortgage (BAG/13/3/229) by George Morton of Hathersage, flaxdresser (son and heir of Ralph Morton), by the direction of William Barber, to Ann Morton and Elizabeth Morton of Eyam, spinsters, daughters and legatees of the said Ralph  BAG/13/3/232  13 May 1795

Conveyance from George Morton of Hathersage, flaxdresser, and Mary Christiana Walker and Hannah Walker of Fairfield within Droylsden, co. Lanc., by the direction of William Barber, to Samuel Bagshaw of Ford, esq., and Henry Kirk of Eaves in Chapel parish, gent., of closes called the Breck Edges at Malcalfe in Bowden Edge and the Black Piece  BAG/13/3/233  12 and 13 May 1795

"Abstract of the title of John Wingfield, esqr., to the Manor of Bowden Hall with diverse Messuages, Lands and Tenemts in Chapel en le Frith and Derby in the county of Derby, Alvchurch and Beoley in the County of Worcester."  BAG/13/3/234  1696-1795

Mortgage by Samuel Bagshaw of Ford esq., and Henry Kirke of Eaves, gent., to George Gould the younger of Bakewell, mercer, and John Frith the younger of Chesterfield, grocer, of the Breck Edges  BAG/13/3/235  14 June 1796

Release by William Barber and others to Cornelius Pickford of Chapel en le Frith, gent., of an estate called Barbers Farm or Fartherside Farm in Bowden Edge, and assignment from Micah Hall of Castleton, gent., to John Pickford of Chapel in le Frith, mercer, of the residue of a term of 1,000 years therein in trust for the said Cornelius  BAG/13/3/236  4 June 1799

Feoffment by John Shirt of Bowden Head, yeoman, to his daughter Ann, wife of Philemon Rowbotham of Bowden Head, carpenter, of a messuage with a piece of enclosed common at Bowden Head and 2 other messuages at the Wash in Chapel parish  BAG/13/3/237  5 Nov. 1799

Papers in a case respecting Chapel en le Frith tolls  BAG/13/3/238  18th cent

6 Items.

Extract from the will of [name not given] to his uncle George Ward respecting a bequest to him at Chappell en le Fryth.  BAG/13/3/239  n.d. [18th cent.]

"Schedule of estates situated at Bowden edge... belonging to Saml. Bagshaw esqre. at Ford... for which a Certificate of the amount of the Land Tax is required."  BAG/13/3/240  18th cent

Conveyance by William Barber of Phoside in Glossop parish, yeoman, to Henry Barber of the same, clothier, his son and heir, of 2 messuages and closes at Malcalfe within Bowden Edge on trust  BAG/13/3/241  22 May 1800

Mortgage by Philemon Rowbotham, Ann, his wife, and John Shirt to John Thomasson of Cadster in Chapel parish, tanner, of the premises concerned in BAG/13/3/237 above. With final concord (and counterpart) and bond  BAG/13/3/242  20 June 1800

Lease for 14 years by Henry Barber of Phoside, woollen manufacturer, to James Shaw of Cadster in Chapel parish, labourer, of a messuage at Malcalfe  BAG/13/3/243  25 March 1801

Deed of covenants concerning BAG/13/3/242 above  BAG/13/3/244  7 June 1802

Will of Cornelius Pickford of Chapel en le Frith. Note of probate, 24 Sept. Copy  BAG/13/3/245  8 Jan. 1803

Lease for 21 years by Catherine Bagshaw of Ford Hall, widow, to Richard Middleton of Chinley, glazier, of a messuage and closes at the Wash in Chapel parish  BAG/13/3/246  24 Dec. 1804

Release and conveyance by Henry Barber of Phoside, clothier, to William Kirk of the Chinley, clothier, of 2 messuages and closes at Malcalfe  BAG/13/3/247  25 and 26 Jan. 1805

Declaration of trust and release by William Kirk of Phoside, clothier, to Henry Barber of the Chinley, clothier, of 2 messuages and closes at Malcalfe  BAG/13/3/248  28 and 29 Jan. 1805

Lease for 21 years by Catherine Bagshaw of Ford Hall, widow, to William Hoyle of Whitehall in Hope parish, farmer, of a messuage and closes in his occupation in Chapel parish  BAG/13/3/249  24 June 1805

Similar lease by Catherine Bagshaw of Ford Hall, widow, to Jasper Needham of Rushop, gent., of a close in Chapel parish called Colbourn. Counterpart  BAG/13/3/250  1 Feb. 1806

Final concord between Edward Milne and Ralph Kinder, plaintiffs, and Thomas Milne and Christian, his wife, deforciants, respecting premises and land in Chapel parish. 15 days from Easter  BAG/13/3/251  1807

Deed declaring the uses of the above fine.  BAG/13/3/252  27 April 1807

Further mortgages by Henry Barber of Phoside, clothier, to Mary Christiana Walker and Hannah Walker, both of Fairfield, co. Lanc., spinsters, of the premises concerned in BAG/13/3/248 above  BAG/13/3/253  11 and 13 Jan. 1808

Mortgage by John Thomasson, Philemon Rowbotham and Ann his wife to Thomas Mather of Lee Hall within Mottram Saint Andrew, co. Chester, esq., of the premises concerned in BAG/13/3/244 above. With bond  BAG/13/3/254  26 April 1809

Further mortgage by John Thomasson, Philemon Rowbotham and his wife to the above Thomas Mather of of Lee Hall within Mottram Saint Andrew, co. Chester, esq., of the premises concerned in BAG/13/3/244 above. With bond  BAG/13/3/255  2 Feb. 1811

"Conditions for Sale of Mr. Henry Barber's Estate at Malcalfe."  BAG/13/3/256  25 July 1811

Conveyance by Mary Christiana Walker, Hannah Walker and Henry Barber to the Rev. William Bagshaw of Netherthorpe in Staveley parish, of the estate concerned in BAG/13/3/256 above  BAG/13/3/257  25 Jan. 1812

Lease for 21 years by Catherine Bagshaw of Ford Hall, widow, to Jasper Hall of Bagshaw, farmer, of closes in Bowden Edge, including the Breck Edges. With copy and draft  BAG/13/3/258  25 March 1812

Further mortgages by Philemon Rowbotham and Ann his wife to Thomas Mather of the premises concerned in BAG/13/3/255 above at Bowden Head and Wash  BAG/13/3/259  2 June 1812, 9 Dec. 1813, 8 Aug. 1817

Conveyance by Thomas Gisborne of Quarndon near Loughborough, co. Leic., esq., to his father the Rev. Thomas Gisborne the elder of Yoxall Lodge, co. Staff., of reversionary interest in divers estates in the county of Derby, in Chapel en le Frith and elsewhere  BAG/13/3/260  6 and 7 Sept. 1817

Bond of indemnity of Edward Rowbotham of Mallcroft, yeoman, and Ann Rowbotham of Bowden head, widow, to the above Thomas Mather  BAG/13/3/261  9 Feb. 1818

Note of letters of administration (15 April 1758) of Thomas Barber, late of Malcalfe, yeoman, granted to Ann his widow. 1 April 1819  BAG/13/3/262  nd

Assignment from Isaac Hall of Castleton, gent., by the direction and appointment of John Middleton Pickford, late of Manchester, now of Heidelberg, and the Rev. William Bagshaw of Banner Cross, co. York, to the Rev. Samuel Grundy of Chapel-en-le-Frith of a term of 1,000 years, respecting the Farther Side Farm within Bowden Edge, in trust for the Rev. William Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/263  26 June 1819

Assignment by Henry Kirk of Eaves, gent., by the direction of John Pickford, John Middleton Pickford and Ralph Kinder, to the Rev. Samuel Grundy of Chapel-en-le-Frith of a term of 500 years, respecting the Corn Heys estate near the Wash within Bowden Edge  BAG/13/3/264  26 June 1819

Release in fee by the above John Middleton Pickford to the Rev. William Bagshaw and trustee of the Farther Side Farm in Bowden Edge  BAG/13/3/265  26 June 1819

Conveyance by John Pickford, John Middleton Pickford and Ralph Kinder to the Rev. William Bagshaw of the Corn Heys Farm near the Wash in Bowden Edge  BAG/13/3/266  26 June 1819

Further mortgage by Ann Rowbotham of Bowden Head, widow, and Edward Rowbotham, her son, to the above Thomas Mather of the premises concerned in BAG/13/3/254 above  BAG/13/3/267  3 March 1820

Conveyance by the above Ann Rowbotham and mortgagee and another to Thomas Marriott of High Lane within Marple, co. Chester, esq., of 2 estates at Bowden Head  BAG/13/3/268  14 Sept. 1824

Conveyance from Thomas Fleming of Manchester and John Marriott of Hayfield, gent., to Thomas Hadfield of Cradenbrook in Mottram parish, co. Chester, gent., of that parcel of land called the Hallhill Piece on Peasleys in Chappell parish  BAG/13/3/269  22 and 23 March 1826

Appointment by William, Duke of Devonshire of George Hadfield, servant of the Rev. William Bagshaw of Banner Cross, co. York, to be his gamekeeper within the Manor of Bowden Edge. With copy  BAG/13/3/270  12 Jan. 1829

Receipts and papers respecting a charity chargeable on certain lands called Clough  BAG/13/3/271  1687-1829

9 Items.

Abstract of Stephen Joule's title to 2 cottages in Chapel en le Frith sold to the Rev. William Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/272  1797-1829

Papers in a case between the Rev. William Bagshaw and James Hibberson respecting a stone quarry at Breck-Edges in Chapel parish  BAG/13/3/273  1832

51 Items.

Conveyance by the Rev. Thomas Gisborne to Matthew Gisborne of Walton Hall, Walton upon Trent, esq., of a messuage with closes at Malcalfe  BAG/13/3/274  21 Sept. 1836

Chapel en le Frith Clothing Society: Rules (printed) and accounts  BAG/13/3/275  1838

2 Items.

Release by Edmund Ortt of Liverpool, surgeon, and the Rev. James Parker of Preston, co. Lanc., with the consent of the latter's wife Elizabeth, to the Rev. William Bagshaw of Banner Cross, co. York, of cottages, a stable and a garden at Chapel en le Frith. With draft  BAG/13/3/276  31 Dec. 1839

"Abstract of the Title of Mr. Robert Hibberson to 2 Cottages and Premises situate at the Top of Chapel en le Frith."  BAG/13/3/277  1824-39

Release by Thomas Gisborne of Horwick House in Chapel parish, esq., and the other freeholders of the parish, to Robert Needham, Samuel Needham and Jonathan Taylor, gentlemen, of waste land upon Colburn and a parcel called the Poor Piece, both in Chapel parish. With draft  BAG/13/3/278  7 March 1840

Memorandum of a purchase by the Rev. William Bagshaw from the Guardians of the Poor of Chapel en le Frith Union of 2 acres of land on Rushop Edge in the township of Bowden Edge  BAG/13/3/279  30 March 1840

Conveyance from the above Guardians to the above William of the same  BAG/13/3/280  20 July 1840

Poor Rate Book for Bowden Edge  BAG/13/3/281  1842

Papers relating to the quarry at Breck Edge  BAG/13/3/282  1843

3 Items.

Miscellaneous papers respecting the building of a school at Chapel en le Frith  BAG/13/3/283  1834-43

30 Items.

Mortgage by Robert Marshall of Chapel en le Frith, brewer, and his trustee to Joseph Morten of Haylee in Chapel parish, farmer, and his trustee, of closes in Combs Edge within Chapel en le Frith  BAG/13/3/284  10 March 1845

Release by Thomas Gisborne and others to the Rev. William Bagshaw of the 2 parcels of waste land concerned in BAG/13/3/278 above. With draft  BAG/13/3/285  30 July 1847

"Abstract of the Title [1840] of Thomas Gisborne and others to certain parcels of waste land in Chapel-en-le-Frith."  BAG/13/3/286  1847

Papers relating to the tithes of Chapel and Chinley  BAG/13/3/287  1838-47

31 Items.

CHESTERFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Indenture of covenants between Anne White of Chesterfeild, widow, of the one part, and James Milnes, ironmonger, and William Champernoone, gent., both of the same, of the other part, respecting a messuage with appurtenances in Hollywell Streete in Chesterfeild  BAG/13/3/288  28 Aug. 1671

Sale by George White of Chesterfield, feltmaker, to Richard Youle of the same, leadmerchant, of land in Chesterfield parish in a meadow called the Lady meadowe. With bond  BAG/13/3/289  11 Aug. 1694

Conveyance by John Wingfield of Wirksworth, gent., and Susanna, his wife, to John Bright of Chesterfield, gent., of a parcel of ground in Chesterfield and a cottage in Hasland  BAG/13/3/290  3 and 4 May 1703

Mortgage by Isabel Croft of Chesterfeild, widow, to Marmaduke Carver, the younger, of Chesterfield, gent., of a messuage called Spittle house and lands in Chesterfield parish. (Imperf.)  BAG/13/3/291  10 March 1715

Will of John Bright of Chesterfield, esq. 9 Feb. 1721. Probate, 18 Dec. 1734  BAG/13/3/292  nd

Will of John Bright of Chesterfield, esq. 25 March 1748. Probate, 14 July 1752  BAG/13/3/293  nd

Lease for [blank] years by George Smyth of North Nibley otherwise Nypley, co. Glouc., esq. (assignee of a lease of the rectory of Chesterfield parish church and of the glebe land, tithes, etc.) to John Bright of Chesterfield, esq. of the close called Deans Yard in Chesterfield and an adjoining cottage with tithes. [Blank for day and month], (Uncompleted.)  BAG/13/3/294  1750

Note respecting a conveyance from Lord John Murray and others of 3 houses in Chesterfield  BAG/13/3/295  13 May 1783

Petition respecting Chesterfield Turnpike  BAG/13/3/296  n.d. [18th cent.]

CHINLEY  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 21 years by Catherine Bagshaw of Ford Hall, widow, to George Eyre of Kinder, farmer, of land in Chindley called the Roich and the Roich Meadow with a building thereon. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/297  25 March 1807

Similar lease by the Rev. William Bagshaw to Thomas Lomas of Shireoaks, yeoman  BAG/13/3/298  19 July 1828

DALE HEAD  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by Rowland Eyre of Hassopp, esq., and Thomas, his son, to Thomas Rollin of Dale Head, yeoman, of a messuage and land at Dale Head  BAG/13/3/299  15 and 16 April 1723

Mortgage by the above Thomas Rollin to Ann Wright of Derby, widow, of a messuage and closes at Dale Head  BAG/13/3/300  5 Aug. 1730

Will of Thomas Rawlin the elder of Dalehead near Tidswell, yeoman. Copy  BAG/13/3/301  24 April 1732

Assignment of the above mortgage (BAG/13/3/300) to Henry Kirk of Eaves in Chapel parish and Henry Longden the younger of Ferney Lee, yeomen  BAG/13/3/302  15 Aug. 1732

Conveyance by William Ferne of Alstanfield, co. Staff., yeoman, Jane Rawlins (widow of Thomas Rawlins) and James Rawlins, son of the said Thomas, to William Bagshaw of Abney Grange, yeoman, of Jacksons Farm alias the Over Living  BAG/13/3/303  27 and 28 March 1733

Assignment by the above Henry Kirk and Henry Longden to Robert Bagshaw of Little Hucklow, butcher, of the Over Farm alias Jacksons Living  BAG/13/3/304  28 March 1733

Conveyance by Thomas Bagshaw of Chapel en le Frith, flax dresser, to John Bagshaw of Oakes, esq., of Jacksons Farm alias the Overliving and closes at Dale Head. 5 and 6 April 1797. With letters of administration of the said John (19th cent. copy).  BAG/13/3/305  nd

DENBY  [no ref. or date]

Assignment by John Bright of Chesterfield, esq., to Robert Wood of Swanwick, gent., of a mortgage of a messuage and land at Denby  BAG/13/3/306  4 April 1747

DORE  [no ref. or date]

Schedule of documents concerning a lead mill at Dore  BAG/13/3/307  1629-c. 1645

Feoffment by Anthony Bright of Dore, yeoman, to Joshua Brooke of Lawrence Lane, London, wholesale hosier, and William Brooke of Dodworth, co. York, tanner, of his messuages, etc. at Dore, Wadsley, co. York, and Brendcliffe Edge, co. York  BAG/13/3/308  23 Jan. 1674

Lease for 21 years by James Shemield of Sheffeild, clerk, and Mercurius Shemield of Billingly in Darfeild parish, co. York, tanner, to Thomas Marriot of Sheffeild, co. York, gent., of a smelting mill or house called the Upper Mill at Doare Towne end  BAG/13/3/309  13 July 1693

Conveyance by Mary Shemeild, widow of the above Mercurius, and Jonathan, his son, to Robert Clay of Sheffeild Park in Sheffeild parish, co. York, gent., of the above smelting mill  BAG/13/3/310  28 and 29 Sept. 1714

Lease for 7 years by the above Mary Shemeld [sic] to Richard Wagge and John Wagge of Dore, smelters, of a messuage and land in Dore  BAG/13/3/311  16 Aug. 1721

Conveyance by Mary Shemeld and her sons to Robert Clay of Bridgehouses in Sheffeild parish, co. York, lead merchant, of a messuage and land at Dore  BAG/13/3/312  30 and 31 July 1722

"Dore Inclosure. Allotments of Common Land made to the Devisees of Joseph Clay." Plan  BAG/13/3/313  1820

"Extract from the Award for Inclosure of Lands [on Dore Moor] in the Parish of Dronfield."  BAG/13/3/314  1837

Conveyance by George Greaves of Elmsall Lodge in South Kirkby parish, co. York, esq., to Henry Marwood Greaves of Hesley, co. Notts., esq., of an estate at Dore  BAG/13/3/315  21 and 22 Aug. 1838

DRONFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Will of Joseph Jackson of Dronfield, gent. 9 Sept. 1758. Codicil, 30 Sept  BAG/13/3/316  nd

Lease for 5 years by Abel Tinker to the Rev. William Bagshaw of a messuage and closes at Dronfield. (Imperf.)  BAG/13/3/317  22 Nov. 1798

ECKINGTON  [no ref. or date]

Sale by George Sytwell of Eckington, yeoman, to William Rotherhame, son and heir of John Rotherhame of the same, yeoman, of all his part of a close called Riddinges in Eckington parish  BAG/13/3/318  15 June 1603

Sale by William Rotherham of Eckington, yeoman, to George Sitwell of Reyneshaw, gent., of land in Eckington. With duplicate  BAG/13/3/319  9 Nov. 1633

Exchange between William Rotherham the elder of Eckington, yeoman, Helen, his wife, and William the younger, his son, of the one part, and George Sitwell of Renishaw, gent., of the other part, of land in Eckington  BAG/13/3/320  22 Nov. 1648

Conveyance by the same to Henry Wigfall of Reneshawe, esq., of land in Eckington  BAG/13/3/321  4 March 1651

Bond of Henry Wigfall to William Rotherham respecting a surrender of land in Eckington  BAG/13/3/322  4 March 1651

Release by Henry Wigfall, George Sitwell and others to William Rotherham of all their right in certain land in Eckington  BAG/13/3/323  4 Sept. 1651

Conveyance by William Rotherham to Christopher Treeton of Eckington, yeoman, of closes in Eckington  BAG/13/3/324  25 March 1654

Surrender by Benjamin Heathcoate of Chesterfeild, yeoman, of an acre of land in Renishawe. (Extract from proceedings at the Court Baron of Eckington.)  BAG/13/3/325  31 May 1694

Similar surrender by George Atton of Chesterfeild, doctor of medicine, of a messuage in Eckington called Le Towne head house and land  BAG/13/3/326  11 April 1700

Similar surrender by William Froggatt of "that sickle grinding mill or wheel erected on part of a certain close or parcel of land called the Nether Gill Field situate within the manor" [of Eckington]  BAG/13/3/327  24 March 1796

EDALE  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by Joseph Hadfield of Whitmoore lee booth in Edall to Robert Needham of Perry Foot in the Peake Forrest, yeoman, of a moiety of land called Tommey Banke, part of the vaccary of Whitmore lee booth and a close called the Stake Banke in Edall. With bond  BAG/13/3/328  9 and 10 Nov. 1722

Conveyance by Joseph Hadfield of Whitmoore lee booth in Edall to Robert Needham to Samuel Eccles of Tidswell, gent., of of a moiety of land called Tommey Banke, part of the vaccary of Whitmore lee booth and a close called the Stake Banke in Edall. With bond  BAG/13/3/329  23 and 24 March 1727/8

Conveyance by Elizabeth Eccles the elder of Tidswell, widow, and others, to William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., of a moiety of land called Tommey Bank, parcell of the vaccary of Whitmoor lee Booth, a close called the Stake Bank and unenclosed land on a moor or common called Couburn. With bond  BAG/13/3/330  2 and 3 Nov. 1747

Lease for 7 years by William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., to William Carrington of Whitmore le Booth alias Barber Booth in Edale and Robert, his son, of the same, yeomen, of a parcel of land enclosed or unenclosed called the Stake Bank or the Tommy Bank with appurtenances  BAG/13/3/331  4 Dec. 1751

Lease for 21 years by Catherine Bagshaw of Ford Hall, widow, to Robert Needham of Perry Foot in the Liberty of Peek Forest, farmer, of a close called the Stake Bank and a common right on Edale Moss called Cowburn. With draft  BAG/13/3/332  25 March 1812

ELMTON  [no ref. or date]

Appointment of Francis Foxlowe, vicar of Elmton, as rural dean of Elmton  BAG/13/3/333  2 Aug. 1837

Miscellaneous papers respecting Elmton vicarage (incl. terriers and extracts from the cartulary of Thurgarton priory)  BAG/13/3/334  19th cent

13 Items.

ELTON  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by John Bright of Chesterfield, esq., by the direction of Francis Millner of Elton, yeoman, to Bache Thornhill of Stanton, esq., of premises and closes in Elton. Counterpart  BAG/13/3/335  25 March 1742

FAIRFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Charter of Elizabeth I founding a perpetual chapel and almshouse at Fairfield. Copy  BAG/13/3/336  22 Nov. 1594

"An Act for Dividing and inclosing the several Open Fields, Common Pasture, Commons and Waste Grounds, within the Township, Hamlet or Liberty of Fairfield." (Printed.)  BAG/13/3/337  1771

FORD  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment by Richard Vernon of Hasilbache, esq., to Godfrey Foliambe, kt., Robert Shakresley, gent., William Bagshawe, vicar of Hope, and Christopher Gardyner, chaplain, of all his land and tenements in the vills and fields of Foorth, Chapell le Frith, Castilton and Bradwall with all their appurtenances, to fulfil his last Will. Annexed is the relevant portion of Richard Vernon's will  BAG/13/3/338  7 Sept. 1523

Sale by Nicholas Creswell of Forth, yeoman, to his son Anthony of all his messuages, lands, etc., lying within the fields and territories of Forthe. With copy  BAG/13/3/339  18 Jan. 1575

Settlement before the marriage of Anthony Creswell of Foorde, yeoman, and Elizabeth Bawdon, daughter of George Bawden [sic] the elder of Bawden, gent  BAG/13/3/340  27 Feb. 1579

Grant by the above Anthony Creswell to Thomas Dakyn and George Bowden, jun., of all his messuages, etc., in Forde, Malcaffe and Bowden in the separate tenures of the said Anthony and Agnes his mother, in fulfillment of the above marriage settlement. With modern copy  BAG/13/3/341  28 Feb. 1579

Sale by Francis Vernon of Tiddeswall, gent., to Anthony Creswell of Forde, gent., of a pasture called Le Close in Forde with appurtenances. With bond  BAG/13/3/342  4 Oct. 1586

Quitclaim by Oliver Creswell of Newbolde and George Creswell of Brampton, yeomen, to Francis Vernon of Tyddeswall, gent., of all their right in that messuage with appurtenances at a certain place called le Forthe, lately in the tenure of William Slacke and George Creswell, and of premises in Chappell in le Frythe lately in the tenure of Peter Wrighte  BAG/13/3/343  24 Aug. 1596

Conveyance by Francis Vernon of Tyddeswall, gent., to Anthony Creswell of messuages, lands, etc. in the Forde and elsewhere in Chappell parish lately in the tenure of the said Anthony, George Creswell and William Slacke, and a messuage in Chappell in lee Frithe lately in the occupation of Peter Wrighte  BAG/13/3/344  25 Aug. 1596

Lease for 3 lives by Thomas Yevelie the elder of Chappell in le Fryth, yeoman, and his son and heir Thomas to Robert Yevelie, "reputed sonn to the sayd Thomas Yevelie theldre", of a messuage in Ford alias Forth  BAG/13/3/345  28 Feb. 1620

Settlement before the marriage of Nicholas Creswell (son and heir of Anthony Creswell of Ford, gent.) and Lucy Bradshawe (sister of Francis Bradshawe of Bradshawe, esq.)  BAG/13/3/346  24 Sept. 1621

Feoffment by Anthony Yeveley of Mellor, clerk, to Thomas Greene of Waters in Bollington, co. Chester, yeoman, of a messuage with appurtenances in Forde alias Forth  BAG/13/3/347  20 Aug. 1632

Conveyance by Nicholas Cresswell of the Foard alias Foarth, gent., Lucy his wife and Barbara their daughter and heir, to John Bretland of Thorncliffe, co. Chester, gent., and Peter Ashe of Bradshawe Hall in Chappell parish, yeoman, of a capital messuage at the Ford wherein Nicholas, Lucy and Barbara live, with appurtenances, 6 cottages in Chappell in Le Frith, and closes called Colinhey in the parishes of Glossope and Chappell in Le Frith  BAG/13/3/348  1 June 1647

Regrant by the above John and Peter to the above Nicholas of Glossope and Chappell in Le Frith  BAG/13/3/349  20 Sept. 1647

Conveyance by James Creswell of Hardwicke, gent., his brothers Francis and Ralph, Lucy Creswell of Foard (widow of Nicholas Creswell) and Barbara her daughter to Robert Ashton of Stonie Middleton, yeoman, of their capital messuage, etc., in Foard and a messuage in Chappell in le Frith which were formerly of the late Anthony Creswell and his son Nicholas  BAG/13/3/350  16 April 1648

Agreement between Robert Ashton of Stonie Middleton, yeoman, and Nicholas Ashton of Castleton, yeoman, respecting a recovery of a messuage, cottages, land, etc. at Foard and Chappell in le Frith  BAG/13/3/351  1 June 1649

Sale by Edward Barber of Cloughe in Chappell parish, yeoman, to Robert Ashton of Stonie Middleton, yeoman, of parcels of land called Shoabroad and an adjoining parcel in Malcalffe feilds alias Foard feilds in Chappell parish  BAG/13/3/352  6 April 1650

Feoffment by Nicholas Yonge of Foard, yeoman, to his son Anthony of a messuage in Foard alias Foarth in Chappell parish in the latter's tenure, with appurtenances  BAG/13/3/353  13 Feb. 1653

Conveyance from Robert Asheton of Stonye Middleton, gent., to William Bagshawe of Greate Hucklowe, gent., of a capital messuage commonly called the Foard in Chappell parish with appurtenances and a messuage in Chappelle in Le Frith and parcels of land called Shoebroad and the Sitch in Malcalfe fields alias Foard fields in Chappell parish with all appurtenances  BAG/13/3/354  22 Jan. 1663

Final concord between William Bagshaw, gent., plaintiff, and Robert Ashton, gent., and Alice his wife, deforciants, respecting 2 messuages, cottages and land with appurtenances in Chappell in le Frith and Foard  BAG/13/3/355  Quind. of Easter 1663

Receipt from Robert Asheton of Stonye Middleton, gent., to William Bagshaw of Greate Hucklowe, gent., for purchase money concerned in BAG/13/3/354 above  BAG/13/3/356  30 June 1663

Lease for a year by William Bagshaw of Foard, gent., to Henry Kirke the elder of Martinside, yeoman, and Nicholas Bagshaw of Chappell en le Fryth, joiner, of the capital messuage, lands, etc. called the Foard or Malcalfe, a messuage, lands, etc., at Hargatwall, Hill and Wormhill, a portion of land at Wormhill in the tenure of John Moorewood, clerk, a messuage, lands, etc. at Wormhill, and lands, etc. at Wormhill, Kemsill within Peake Forrest and Lose hill and within the herbage of Rushopp, and a burgage with appurtenances in Chappell en le Fryth in the occupation of John Lomas  BAG/13/3/357  13 Oct. 1679

Lease for 2000 years by Richard Greenesmith of Foard, yeoman, to Anthony Younge of the same, yeoman, of a close called Overfeild at Foard. With 3 abstracts  BAG/13/3/358  22 June 1699

Will of William Bagshaw of Ford, minister of the Gospel. Copy  BAG/13/3/359  15 Oct. 1701

"Abstract of Title to a Capital Messuage and Lands at Ford, Collin Hays, Rushop and Peak Forest." 15 Hen. VIII-10 Anne  BAG/13/3/360  nd

3 Copies.

Indenture of covenants between William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., of the first part, Richard Bagshaw of Castleton, gent., of the second part, and Charles Potts of Castleton, gent., of the third part, for the levying of a fine respecting the Ford, Wormhill, Peake Forrest, Chappell in le Fryth and other estates of the late Samuel Bagshaw of Ford, gent. With final concord and counterpart  BAG/13/3/361  1 June 1713

Exemplification of a recovery respecting the same  BAG/13/3/362  25 June 1713

Ford rent accounts  BAG/13/3/363  1703-18

24 Items.

Lease for 21 years by John Hutchinson of Stainsbrow, gent., to William Bagshaw of Ford of land in Brookedge and Greenlow lying between the Ford and Bettfield  BAG/13/3/364  28 Sept. 1724

Abstracts of deeds to property at Ford, Wormhill, etc  BAG/13/3/365  1662-1725

11 ff.

Settlement before the marriage of William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., and Mary Wingfeild, spinster (daughter of John Wingfeild of Norton, esq.)  BAG/13/3/366  23 Sept. 1727

Schedule of title deeds to property at Ford, Wormhill, etc  BAG/13/3/367  1727

Sale by Thomas Hartle of Bole hill in Chappell parish, husbandman, to William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., of all his personal estate (household goods, corn, hay, cows, etc.)  BAG/13/3/368  1 Dec. 1735

Surrender by Anne Young of Spinerbotham in Glossop parish, widow, to Joseph Tricket of Malcalfe, yeoman, of the messuage called Ford, closes belonging to the same and a cottage in Chappell parish  BAG/13/3/369  1 May 1742

Conveyance from Joseph Tricket of Malcalfe, yeoman, to Edward Dickinson of Saint Clements Danes parish, co. Middx., gent., and Samuel Joynes of the Midle Temple, London, gent., of the messuage called Ford, closes belonging to the same and a cottage in Chappell parish  BAG/13/3/370  10 and 11 May 1742

Articles of agreement between the above Joseph Tricket and the above Anne Young respecting the same  BAG/13/3/371  19 June 1742

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by William Radcliffe against Edward Dickinson and Samuel Joynes, gents., of 2 messuages and land with appurtenances in the parishes of Chappell in the Frith and Glossop  BAG/13/3/372  7 July 1742

Sale by the above Joseph Tricket to the above William Bagshaw of the messuage commonly called Ford with closes, a messuage in Chappell parish called Slack Hall with closes, and closes on Malcalfe Moor in Chappell parish  BAG/13/3/373  11 Nov. 1743

Sale by the above Joseph Trickett to the above William Bagshaw of a messuage called Ford with closes on Malcalfe Moor  BAG/13/3/374  12 Nov. 1743

Abstract of title to messuages, etc. at Ford and Slack Hall belonging to Samuel Bagshaw, esq  BAG/13/3/375  1653-1743

3 Copies.

Note of a case concerning Clough Lands and the assessors of Land Tax  BAG/13/3/376  June 1746

Lease by Anthony Radcliffe of Spinnerbottom in Glossop parish, gent., and Ann, his wife, to the above William Bagshaw of a messuage at the Ford called Mrs. Youngs Tenement with appurtenances, for the life of the said Ann  BAG/13/3/377  10 Jan. 1748/9

Will of Mary Bagshaw, wife of William Bagshaw of Ford. 30 May 1749. Codicil, 28 Feb. 1753. Probate, 30 March 1758. Copy  BAG/13/3/378  nd

"Abstract of Title to certain Fee Farm rents belonging to Saml. Bagshaw, esqr."  BAG/13/3/379  1687-1751

3 Copies.

Abstract of 2 leases respecting part of the estate belonging to Samuel Bagshawe  BAG/13/3/380  (4 April 1751, 26 July 1753)

Will of William Bagshaw of Ford, esq  BAG/13/3/381  9 Nov. 1756

2 Copies.

"Abstract of several Releases for several Legacies."  BAG/13/3/382  1757-60

3 Copies.

Will of Samuel Bagshawe of Ford, esq., Colonel of the 93rd Regt. of Foot. [He died 16 August 1762.] With papers relating to the same  BAG/13/3/383  nd

4 Items.

Conveyance by Samuel Bagshaw late of Ford, now of Brazen Nose College, Oxford, esq., to Samuel Cooper of Quality Court, Chancery Lane, co. Middx., gent., of Ford Hall, with appurtenances, closes in the parishes of Chapel en le Frith and Castleton, messuages called the Clough, Bolehill, Youngs Farm, Colinhays, and Hill Farm, with other messuages, lands and closes in the parishes etc. of Chapel en le Frith, Castleton, Glossop, Tideswell and Hope, and with a pew in Chapel parish church  BAG/13/3/384  13 and 14 Nov. 1775

Exemplification of a recovery by William Cooper, gent., against Samuel Cooper, gent., respecting the same  BAG/13/3/385  28 Nov. 1775

Conveyance by the above Samuel Bagshaw to the above Samuel Cooper, of Ford Hall with closes in the parishes of Chapel and Castleton, messuages called the Clough and Bolehill, Youngs Farm, Colinhays, Hill Farm and messuages, lands and closes in the parishes of Chapel en le Frith, Castleton, Glossop, Tideswell and Hope  BAG/13/3/386  8 and 9 Feb. 1779

"A Further Abstract of the Title of Saml. Bagshaw, Esqr., to his Estate in Derbyshire."  BAG/13/3/387  1775-81

Conveyance from Samuel Bagshaw of Ford, esq. (son and heir of the late Samuel Bagshaw), to John Gee, clerk, and John Green, apothecary, both of Chapell in Le Frith, of his estates for securing an annuity to his mother and for raising by sale or mortgage the portions of his brothers and sister. With draft  BAG/13/3/388  8 and 9 Aug. 1784

Abstract of a conveyance of the estates of Samuel Bagshaw upon trust  BAG/13/3/389  10 Aug. 1784

Bonds of indemnity of Samuel Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/390  1776-96

13 Items.

Papers in a legal dispute respecting the settlement made for his wife and children by the late Colonel Samuel Bagshawe (d. 1762)  BAG/13/3/391  18th cent

40 Items.

"Writeings relateing to the Bolehill and Tommoor Lands."  BAG/13/3/392  18th cent

"An account of Title Deeds [1523-1749] Delivered to me [Samuel Bagshawe] by Mr Hall."  BAG/13/3/393  n.d. [18th cent.]

Miscellaneous documents respecting an estate at Ford purchased by Thomas Bower of Halifax, co. York, working cutler  BAG/13/3/394  1664-1808

7 Items.

Will of Catherine Bagshaw, widow. 4 Jan. 1815. Codicil, 5 Dec. 1827. With papers relating to the same  BAG/13/3/395  nd

29 Items.

Probate copy of the will of William Bagshaw, son of the Rev. William Bagshaw. With papers relating to the same  BAG/13/3/396  (22 June 1819)

5 Items.

Miscellaneous bills and receipts of Mrs. Catherine Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/397  1806-20

50 Items.

Miscellaneous bonds of Catherine Bagshaw of Ford  BAG/13/3/398  1802-28

9 Items.

Papers concerning the personal estate of Mrs. Anne Bagshawe  BAG/13/3/399  (d. 1844)

42 Items.

Will of the Rev. William Bagshaw of Banner Cross, co. York. With papers relating to the same  BAG/13/3/400  18 Sept. 1847

35 Items.

Miscellaneous papers concerning the Ford estate  BAG/13/3/401  18th-19th cent

23 Items.

HASLAND  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by Isabell Croft of Chesterfeild, widow, and William Sharshaw of the same, mercer, and Isabella, his wife, daughter of the said Isabell, to John Bright of the same, gent., of premises and land at Hasland  BAG/13/3/402  1 and 2 June 1720

Lease for 99 years by John Bright, esq., to Elizabeth Watson of Chesterfield, spinster, of closes in Hasland  BAG/13/3/403  14 Nov. 1745

"An Act for Dividing and Inclosing the several Commons and Waste Grounds within the Manor of Hasland." Printed  BAG/13/3/404  1779

HIGH PEAK  [no ref. or date]

"The trewe coppye of the certyficate made and agreed uppon betweene the farmors and fosters [sic] of the Foreste of Highe Peake." copy  BAG/13/3/405  1586. 19th cent

Altum Peccum: Computus Johannis Shalcrosse, Armigeri, Receptori et Ballivi ibidem. 1 [7?] Charles I  BAG/13/3/406  nd

Appointment of William, Duke of Devonshire as Chief Steward of the manor of High Peak  BAG/13/3/407  12 July 1729

Depositions of witnesses in a case in the Duchy Court of Lancaster between Thomas Eyre, Richard Bagshaw and others, complainants, and Thomas Bradshaw, Edward Swann and others, defendants  BAG/13/3/408  1739

Appointment by William, Duke of Devonshire, High Steward of the Manor of the High Peak, of William Bagshaw, esq., and Micah Hall, gent., as his deputies. Draft  BAG/13/3/409  n.d. [18th cent.]

HOPE  [no ref. or date]

Sale by Henry Sacheverell of Ratcliff upon Sore, co. Nott., esq., to William Goodeyn of Cowlowe in Hope parish, yeoman, of part of a messuage called Cowlowe, with appurtenances, in Hope parish. With copy  BAG/13/3/410  27 Nov. 1572

Agreement respecting the marriage of William Goodden and Alice Ferne. With copy  BAG/13/3/411  31 May 1582

Indenture of covenants between William Goodwyn of Cowlowe, yeoman, and Richard Goodwyn, his brother, of the one part, and John Dale of Chelmarton, yeoman, and Anne, daughter of the said William, of the other part, respecting a fine concerning land at Cowlowe and Fayrrfeild. With copy  BAG/13/3/412  10 Dec. 1605

Surrender by the above William Goodwyn to the above John Dale of a messuage and premises with appurtenances in Cowlowe  BAG/13/3/413  20 July 1610

Declaration respecting a fine concerning Richard Goodwyn of Hordlowe and Nicholas Whyte of Chelmerton, yeomen, and premises and land in Cowlowe and Chelmerton and elsewhere in co. Derby  BAG/13/3/414  13 Aug. 1613

Feoffment by William Dale the younger of Chelmarton, to Stephen Sheldon of Prescliffe and Richard Goodwin of Chelmarton, yeomen, of a moiety of 2 messuages and land in Cowlowe. Counterpart  BAG/13/3/415  12 May 1673

Assignment by William Harrison of Glutton, yeoman, to Adam Bagshaw of Wormhill, gent., of lands in Cowlowe, with appurtenances, and in Greene Fairefeild and the Over End in Wormhill township  BAG/13/3/416  15 June 1675

Feoffment by Adam Bagshawe of Wormehill, gent., to George Goodwyn of Tunstead, yeoman, of messuages with appurtenances in Cowloe and such part of the ground called the Over End of Greene Fairefeild as belongs to them  BAG/13/3/417  15 May 1679

"Abstract of the Title Deeds, etc., of an Estate at Cowlowe."  BAG/13/3/418  1573-1679

Conveyance by Adam Bagshawe of Wormhill, gent., to John Ashe of Tidswall, gent., of all that parcel of commons on a place called Black Edge in Hope parish or Chappell in le Frith  BAG/13/3/419  12 April 1703

Settlement before the marriage of John Ash of Tiddeswall, gent., and Sarah Swetnam (daughter of Thomas Swetnam of Kings Newton, gent.)  BAG/13/3/420  3 May 1703

Grant by Richard Bagshaw of Castleton, esq., to John Gill of Chamber Hall, co. Lanc., gent., of an annuity issuing from premises in Hope  BAG/13/3/421  20 Oct. 1732

Will of William Bagshaw of Abney Grange in Hope parish, yeoman. Copy  BAG/13/3/422  6 June 1740

"Abstract of the Title of the Devisees of Philip Gell, Esquire, deceased, to Tyths and Lands at Hope."  BAG/13/3/423  1200-1797

Releases of legacies under the will of Thomas Bagshaw, late of Abney Grange, yeoman  BAG/13/3/424  1796-7

5 Items.

Articles of agreement between John Cruso of Leek, co. Staff., gent. (on behalf of John Gell of Langattock in the principality of Wales, Admiral of the Blue, and the Rev. James Wilkinson of Broomhall, co. York), of the one part, and John Bagshaw of the Oakes, esq., and George Robinson of Hope, of the other part, respecting the tithes of Hope  BAG/13/3/425  24 June 1799

"A Bill for Dividing, Allotting and Laying in Severality the Open and Common Fields, Common Meadows... within the Hamlets of Hope, Bradwall, Aston, and Thornhill in Hope parish... and also for dividing and inclosing the Commons and Waste Grounds within the Said Hamlet of Bradwall."  BAG/13/3/426  n.d. [18th cent.]

Abstract of a conveyance by John Gell and James Wilkinson, at the request and by the direction and appointment of Philip Gell, to William, Duke of Devonshire, of lands and tithes in the towns, parishes, liberties, precincts or territories of Birchills, Chatsworth, Brushfield, Cowlow, Fairfield, Nimfield and Woodland  BAG/13/3/427  8 and 9 Oct. 1800

Conveyance by John Gell of Langattock, co. Brecknock, esq., Admiral of the Blue, the Rev. James Wilkinson of Broomhall in Sheffield parish, co. York, and Philip Gell of Hopton, esq., of the one part, to John Bagshaw of the Oakes, esq., of the other part, of the manor of Hope and tithes of grain and hay in the vill or hamlet of Wormhill  BAG/13/3/428  10 and 11 Oct. 1800

Mutual general release between Micah Hall of Castleton, esq., and the Rev. William Bagshaw of Dronfield  BAG/13/3/429  6 Aug. 1802

"Money Expended for the Use of Hope Church."  BAG/13/3/430  April 1811-December 1812

Miscellaneous papers respecting Hope tithes (corn and hay)  BAG/13/3/431  1794-1826

66 Items.

HUCKLOW, LITTLE  [no ref. or date]

Will of Robert Bagshaw of Little Hucklow, butcher. 25 October 1762. Copy. With letter concerning the same (1797)  BAG/13/3/432  nd

KINDER  [no ref. or date]

Release of John Gee of Kinder to Ralph Gee of Little Hucklow, yeoman, for money bequeathed by the late Francis Gee  BAG/13/3/433  23 July 1729

LITTON  [no ref. or date]

"Account of Sr. Jno. Halhames Estate at Litton."  BAG/13/3/434  1741

MAPPERLEY  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by Mary Swetnam of Derby, spinster (one of the daughters and heirs of Elizabeth Swetnam of Kings Newton), to Robert Holden of the Inner Temple, London, esq., and Abraham Crompton, the younger, of Derby, gent., of two fifth parts of the manor of Mapperley with appurtenances, and a farm called the Chappell House Farme in Mapperley  BAG/13/3/435  9 and 10 Jan. 1718/19

MATLOCK  [no ref. or date]

Surrender by William Bennett of land in Matlocke. (Extract from proceedings at the Great Court Baron.)  BAG/13/3/436  7 May 1647

Conveyance by John Bright of Chesterfeild, esq., to Marmaduke Pennell of Nottingham, co. Nott., gent., of land in Matlocke, and agreement for the surrender of a messuage and close in the manor of Matlocke  BAG/13/3/437  15 Sept. 1727

NEWBOLD  [no ref. or date]

Settlement before the marriage of William Lee of Chesterfield, coverlet weaver, and Troth Wainwright (sister of William Wainwright of London)  BAG/13/3/438  13 Sept. 1687

NORTON  [no ref. or date]

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by John Bullock, esq., and Thomas Bocking, gent., against Thomas Barten, respecting messuages and land in Norton and Norton Lees  BAG/13/3/439  28 Nov. 1637

Exemplification of a final concord between Malin [?] Sorsby, gent., plaintiff, and Thomas Barton, gent., and Mary, his wife, deforciants, respecting messuages, etc. in Norton  BAG/13/3/440  10 June 1668

Plea of recovery by John Parker against John Lee respecting a messuage and land in Oakes and Norton. Copy  BAG/13/3/441  Mich. 1677

Conveyance by Margaret Stacy of Sheffield, co. York, widow, and her son Christopher to John Bright of Banner Cross, co. York., gent., and Thomas Webster of Chesterfeild, tanner, of premises and land in Norton  BAG/13/3/442  19 April 1697

Settlement before the marriage of Christopher Stacey of Sheffield, co. York, tallow chandler, and Ann Bright  BAG/13/3/443  20 April 1697

Miscellaneous legal bills of the Bagshawes of the Oakes  BAG/13/3/444  1681-1738

8 Items.

Sale by George Machin of Norton, carpenter, to Richard Bagshaw of the Oakes, esq., of goods, etc., in and belonging to the said George's house in Norton parish  BAG/13/3/445  21 May 1755

Legal papers in Bagshawe v. Jenkins  BAG/13/3/446  1778

5 Items.

Will of William Bagshaw of Oakes, esq. 9 May 1785. Codicil, 11 May. Copy of exemplification (with note of probate, 20 Dec.)  BAG/13/3/447  nd

Will of John Bagshaw of Oakes, esq. 17 Feb. 1787. Probate, 26 April 1795  BAG/13/3/448  nd

Legal papers in Bagshawe v. Hiort  BAG/13/3/449  1786-9

8 Items.

Paper in a case between John Bagshaw, plaintiff, and Henry Lambert and William Lambert, defendants, respecting Barnoldswick Mill, co. York.  BAG/13/3/450  1796

Legal papers in a case concerning the Leeds and Liverpool Canal  BAG/13/3/451  1795-8

6 Items.

Legal papers in a case concerning the executors of William Hodgkinson, steward of Richard Bagshawe, jun  BAG/13/3/452  1799-1800

13 Items.

Miscellaneous legal papers in a case respecting the weir at Walk Mill dam in Norton parish  BAG/13/3/453  1800

7 Items.

Papers concerning appointments by the Duke of Devonshire of John Bagshawe as a gamekeeper  BAG/13/3/454  1792-1800

4 Items.

Will of John Bagshawe of the Oakes, esq. 20 Aug. 1801. Probate, 18 Dec. With 2 copies and 2 papers relating to the same  BAG/13/3/455  nd

"An Inventory of the Title Deeds [17th-18th cent.] of the Estates belonging to ye late Jno. Bagshaw, esqre., deced., and which are now in ye possession of doctor Darling, at the Oakes."  BAG/13/3/456  10 Oct. 1801

"Schedule of Deeds and Writings relating to Estates in Derbyshire and Yorkshire Mortgaged by John Bagshaw of the Oakes... to Michael Shaw of Dronfield."  BAG/13/3/457  1572-1801

Law bills of John Bagshawe of the Oakes, esq  BAG/13/3/458  1793-1801

23 Items.

Miscellaneous papers, mostly legal, concerning the Bagshawes of the Oakes  BAG/13/3/459  18th-19th cent

23 Items.

PALTERTON  [no ref. or date]

Grant by Mary Dalton of Banner Cross, co. York, spinster, to her aunt Isabella Dalton, of the same, spinster, of an annuity issuing from premises at Palterton, Riley and Newbold. Copy  BAG/13/3/460  9 Sept. 1758

PEAK FOREST  [no ref. or date]

General release by Samuel Fryth of Peake Forrest, yeoman, to John Fryth of the same, husbandman  BAG/13/3/461  28 Aug. 1685

Miscellaneous receipts respecting Samuel and John Fryth  BAG/13/3/462  1680-91

13 Items.

Lease for 21 years by William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., to Robert Longden and Henry Walker, both of Wornhill, yeomen, of a farm called Kemshill in the Peak Forrest  BAG/13/3/463  28 Jan. 1741/2

Lease for 42 years by William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., to John Frith of Bagshaw, Jasper Frith of the Bank in Chapel parish and Samuel Frith of the Chamber in the Forest, gentlemen, of closes called Lossel alias Losehill  BAG/13/3/464  4 April 1751

Extract from Samuel Frith's will respecting a bequest to the poor of Peak Forest  BAG/13/3/465  6 Nov. 1773

Accounts of ore measured in the Liberty or Lordship of Peak Forest  BAG/13/3/466  1801-2

4 Items.

RUSHUP  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 21 years by William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., to Robert Needham of Perry in the Peak Forrest, yeoman, of a parcel of ground in Rushopp  BAG/13/3/467  3 April 1741

"Abstract of Title to one fourth of hereditaments and premises at Rushop... sold to Mr. Mellor."  BAG/13/3/468  1771

Abstract of the title of Thomas Carill Worsley and John Henry Barker to parts of an estate  BAG/13/3/469  1830

Appointment and release by Thomas Carill Worsley to the Rev. William Bagshaw of an estate. With draft  BAG/13/3/470  28 April 1832

"Supplemental Abstract of Messrs. Milland, Blore, Holmes and Nuttall's Title to an Estate at Rushop."  BAG/13/3/471  1832

Correspondence relating to Rushop estate  BAG/13/3/472  1830-4

43 Items.

SCARCLIFFE  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by Henry Thornhill of Chesterfield and Nicholas Twigg of Holme, gentlemen, to John Bright of Chesterfield, esq., of tithes of hay and corn on lands at Scarcliffe  BAG/13/3/473  13 and 14 Sept. 1744

Lease for 11 years by John Bright of Chesterfield, esq., to John Farnsworth of Ryley in Scarcliffe parish, farmer, of a messuage in Ryley, closes in the manor of Palterton, and closes taken in from Stockley common. With bond  BAG/13/3/474  7 March 1746/7

SLACKHALL  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 999 years by John Lingard the younger of Slackhall in Chappell parish, yeoman, and his brother Thomas to Thomas Fryth of Bowdonhead, freemason, of land and premises, part of the ancient messuage of Slackhall  BAG/13/3/475  10 May 1674

Feoffment by Benjamin Lingard of Slackhall and John Lingard, yeomen, to Thomas Frith of Chappell Milltowne in Chappell parish, mason, of a house at Slackhall with land and premises belonging thereto. With bond  BAG/13/3/476  28 Feb. 1688

Lease for 999 years by the above John Lingard and others to Jeremiah Feilding of Foord, husbandman, of land called Lower Rood, part of the ancient messuage of Slackhall. With bond  BAG/13/3/477  4 Aug. 1688

Feoffment by Anthony Ward of Browneside in Glossopp parish, yeoman, and William Fryth of Bowdonhead, mason, to John Vernon of Peake Forrest, husbandman, of a cottage at Slack-hall and closes there  BAG/13/3/478  8 March 1707/8

Settlement before the marriage of Joseph Vernon of Peake Forrest, yeoman, and Dorothy Lomos of Bugsworth, spinster  BAG/13/3/479  28 June 1712

Conveyance by Dorothy Vernon of Whitehills in Chappel parish, widow, and Henry Booth of Charlesworth, yeoman, to Joseph Trickett of Malcalf, merchant, of a messuage called the Slack hall with closes  BAG/13/3/480  25 and 26 March 1732

"Abstract of Title to a Messuage and Tenement at Slack Hall... belonging to Saml. Bagshaw, esqr."  BAG/13/3/481  1669-1732

Assignment by Henry Eyre of Rottor, esq., by the direction of Joseph Trickett, to Thomas Mills of Leek, co. Staff., gent., of a messuage called Slack Hall, a moiety of land called the Break edge, and parcels of land belonging to the messuage  BAG/13/3/482  12 Nov. 1743

Counterpart of the above assignment  BAG/13/3/483  12 Nov. 1743

Assignment by Joseph James of Winster, gent., by the direction of Henry Eyre of Rowter, esq., and Joseph Trickett of Malcalf, gent., at the nomination of William Bagshaw, to Arnold Kirke of Martinside in Chappell parish, yeoman, of Slack hall with closes and a parcel of land near Malcalfe  BAG/13/3/484  12 Nov. 1743

Lease for 21 years by William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., to Henry Hall of Slackball, husbandman, of a messuage and premises in Slackhall, with closes. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/485  1 June 1750

Feoffment by John Fielding of Ford and Charles Shirt of Bowden-head, yeomen, to Obadiah Porritt of Chinley, weaver, of a messuage with land called the Lower-roods at Ford, part of the Slack-hall estate  BAG/13/3/486  2 Jan. 1756

Conveyance by Obadiah Porritt to Samuel Bagshaw of Ford, esq., of a messuage with land called the Lower-roods at Ford, part of the Slack-hall estate  BAG/13/3/487  10 and 11 March 1758

"Abstract of Title to a Messuage and Lands called the Lower Roods at Slack Hall... belonging to Samuel Bagshaw, esqr."  BAG/13/3/488  1681-1758

STANTON  [no ref. or date]

Receipt for deeds (1655-1704) concerning tithes of wool and lambs on the estate of John Monk Morgan at Woodhouse and Stanton  BAG/13/3/489  29 Sept. 1748

Transfer of a mortgage by Samuel Bagshaw, esq., and John Monk Morgan to James Wallace of the Middle Temple, London, esq., of a moiety of the manor of Stanton, and messuages called Woodhouse, Congreave House, and Stanton Hall, with certain other messuages, closes and tithes. [Blank for day and month], Draft  BAG/13/3/490  1791

Transfer by Buckley Bower of Stockport, co. Chester, gent., by the direction of Samuel Bagshaw and others, to [blank] of 3 terms of years in certain lands and premises. [Blank for day and month], Draft  BAG/13/3/491  1769

Reconveyance by Samuel Bagshaw of Ford, esq., and others, to Henry Howard of Heath Hall, co. York., of a mortgage in fee of the Woodhouse estate  BAG/13/3/492  17 and 18 Dec. 1782

STAVELEY  [no ref. or date]

Appointment by Bridget, Viscountess Galway of the Rev. Francis Foxlow as her domestic chaplain  BAG/13/3/493  8 Dec. 1810

Appointment by William, Duke of Devonshire of Francis Foxlow of Staveley, clerk, to be his gamekeeper in Staveley manor  BAG/13/3/494  10 Aug. 1811

List of persons entitled to vote in the election of two knights of the shire for the northern division of co. Derby in respect of property in Staveley parish  BAG/13/3/495  n.d. [mid 19th cent.]

Will of Francis Foxlowe of Staveley. 25 Nov. 1841. Probate, 1 Feb. 1842  BAG/13/3/496  nd

Miscellaneous receipts relating to Staveley, mostly to the Foxlowe family  BAG/13/3/497  1831-43

25 Items.

STONEY MIDDLETON  [no ref. or date]

"A Schedule of the Land Tax charged upon the Lands and Tenements of Joseph Denman, M.D., and Elizabeth, his Wife,... in Stoney Middleton."  BAG/13/3/498  30 Oct. 1798

TAPTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 28 years by John Bright, jun., of Chesterfield, gent., to John Ashbury the elder of the same, innkeeper, of closes in Tapton  BAG/13/3/499  17 Aug. 1728

TIDESWELL  [no ref. or date]

Final concord between Robert Longden, plaintiff, and Thomas Ca[letter rubbed]shawe and Elizabeth, his wife, deforciants, respecting a messuage and land with appurtenances in Tyddeswell. [Date rubbed.]  BAG/13/3/500  Late 16th cent

Miscellaneous papers in a case concerning Tideswell Grammar School  BAG/13/3/501  Early 18th cent

4 Items.

Will of John Barber of Tidswell, yeoman. 28th June 1744. Note of probate, 16 Oct. Copy  BAG/13/3/502  nd

Will of William Hodgkinson of Tideswell, yeoman. Copy  BAG/13/3/503  6 April 1791

Articles of agreement between [blank] Needham, esq., and John Bagshaw of Oakes, esq., respecting a right of way. Draft  BAG/13/3/504  1795

"Schedule of Messrs. Fox's Deeds relating to an Estate sold to John Bagshaw, esqr."  BAG/13/3/505  1572-1798

"Abstract (1747-1813) of the title of Mr. William Wright to an Estate at Tideswell."  BAG/13/3/506  1813

TOTLEY  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by Samuel Clarke, sen., of Chesterfield, gent., and others, to Aymor Rich of Bullhouse, co. York, esq., of a moiety of a watermill for smelting lead called Halls House Smelting Mill in Dronfield parish, and a parcel of land in Bradway in Norton parish  BAG/13/3/507  26 and 27 March 1730

Indenture to declare the uses of a fine respecting the same. With final concord and counterpart  BAG/13/3/508  26 Feb. 1731/2

Conveyance by Aymer Rich to Joseph Clay of Bridgehouses in Sheffield parish, co. York, gent., respecting the same mill (called Halls House Smelting Mill otherwise Bagshaws Smelting Mill) at Totley in Dronfield parish, and "all that Cutlers Grinding Wheel and Waste Ground thereunto belonging", with 2 parcels of ground  BAG/13/3/509  25 and 26 March 1759

Map of land at Totley exchanged between Samuel Shore, jun., and William Bagshaw  BAG/13/3/510  1779

TROWAY  [no ref. or date]

Extract from proceedings at the Great Court Baron of Eckington respecting a surrender by John Withers the younger and his wife Elizabeth of a messuage with appurtenances in Troway within the said manor. With modern copy  BAG/13/3/511  7 Oct. 1658

Articles of agreement between Roger Lee of Little Sheffeild, co. York, gent., and Thomas Hartley of Gleadleyes, husbandman, respecting a messuage in Troway  BAG/13/3/512  1 Feb. 1675

Mortgage by Lord John Murray of Banner Cross, co. York, and his daughter the Hon. Mary Murray to John Brookes of Sheffield, co. York, merchant, of wood at Troway  BAG/13/3/513  15 Oct. 1781

Articles of agreement between James Wheat of Sheffield, co. York, gent., (attorney of Lord John Murray and the Hon. Mary Murray), and Joseph Walker of Masbrough, in Rotherham parish, co. York, merchant, respecting timber in Troway Wood  BAG/13/3/514  4 Dec. 1781

WALTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 21 years by James Webster of Brampton, gent., to Henry Harvey of Walton in Chesterfield parish, husbandman, of a messuage and closes in Walton. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/515  14 Feb. 1715

Assignment by the above Henry Harvey to John Bright the elder, of Chesterfield, merchant, of the above lease  BAG/13/3/516  11 Nov. 1718

Lease for 21 years by John Bright of Chesterfield, esq., to John Harvey of Walton, tailor, of a dwelling house in Walton, with 5 closes. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/517  26 Nov. 1726

Lease for 21 years by John Harvey, of Walton, tailor, to Henry Harvey of Walton, husbandman, of a dwelling house in Walton called the Smithy, with land  BAG/13/3/518  25 Jan. 1726/7

WHESTON  [no ref. or date]

Marriage licence of William Shrigley of Wheston and Mary Bower of Wormhill  BAG/13/3/519  12 May 1721

Letters of administration of William Shrigley, late of Wheston, widower, granted to his daughters Mary and Jane  BAG/13/3/520  31 Jan. 1756

WHITTINGTON  [no ref. or date]

Sale by John Mycocke of Whittington, yeoman, and his son Jervase to William Cowper of Eckington, yeoman, of a cottage and land in Whyttington  BAG/13/3/521  3 Oct. 1614

WIRKSWORTH  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 31 years to John Rowlls of Kingston upon Thames parish, co. Surrey, esq., of messuages, cottages and land within the manor and wapentake of Wirksworth, with liberty to dig limestone within the wastes of Wirksworth, to get coal in Combs Moss and to get slate and burn limestone within the wastes or commons of Shallcross and Fernlegh in Chapel parish. Draft  BAG/13/3/522  1757

Accounts relating to premises at Wirksworth  BAG/13/3/523  18th cent

2 Items.

WORMHILL  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim from Joan and Cecily, daughters of John Hall, late of Huckelocke, to Nicholas Bagshawe of Wormhill and Alice his wife of all their right in all lands and tenements with appurtenances which descended to them from their father in the vill and fields of Wormhill. 19 Sept. 1448. 19th cent. copy  BAG/13/3/524  nd

Quitclaim from Emma, a daughter and heir of John del Hall, late of Huclowe, to Nicholas Bagshawe and Alice his wife (another daughter of the said John) of all her right in a messuage, barn and 15 acres of land in Wormhull with the custody of the King's forest of the Peak. 25 March 1451. 19th cent. copy  BAG/13/3/525  nd

Lease for 21 years by Sir Ingram Clyfford, kt., and Dame Anne, his wife, to John Buckstones of Wormehill, husbandman, of a moiety of a messuage and land in the town and fields of Wormehill  BAG/13/3/526  18 Nov. 1548

Grant by the Dean and Chapter of Litchfield to Ralph Gell of Hopton, gent., of tithes of grain and hay of Tunstead, Meadow, and Gretrackes, Feyrfield, Bubenhull, Chatesworth, Beligh, Brusfield, Byrchylls, Chelmardon, Great Longsdon, Hassop, Rowland, Wardlow, Hope, and Wormhyll, the tithe of grain of Whetstone, the tithes of grain, hay, wool and lambs of Harwood and Herthyll, and the tithe of mineral in the jurisdiction of Bakewell. 1 July 1549. 19th cent. copy  BAG/13/3/527  nd

Conveyance by Gervase Nevell of Chete, co. York, esq., and Anne, his wife, to Robert Mylnes and Osteyne Mylnes of Wormhill, husbandmen, of messuages in Wormhill with appurtenances  BAG/13/3/528  2 July 1572

Deed of exchange between John Bagshawe of Wormehill, yeoman, of the one part, and William Mylnes of Blackwall, yeoman, Robert his father, and Robert his [William's] brother, of land and premises at Wormehill and Hill  BAG/13/3/529  1 Sept. 1589

Conveyance by George Myllnes of Hill, yeoman, to Richard Boare of Wheston, husbandman, of a messuage with appurtenances in the town, fields, etc. of Hill and Wormehill  BAG/13/3/530  17 March 1593

Conveyance by George Mylnes of Hill, yeoman, and Robert Mylenes [sic] the younger of Wormehill, husbandman, to the above Richard Bore, of their messuage and lands in the town, fields, etc. of Hill and Wormehill  BAG/13/3/531  17 March, 1593

Conveyance by Joan Hayward (widow of William Hayward of Tunstyd in Tiddeswall parish, yeoman) to Millicent Tunstyde of Belgrave, co. Leic., widow, of lands called Oldemoore, a close called Tom-Close in Tunstyde, Meadowe and Greatracks, and part of a herbage called the Over end of Greene Fairefielde belonging to the same  BAG/13/3/532  7 Dec. 1633

Conveyance by George Kirke of Gretrax, yeoman, and Dorothy his wife to John Gaskell of Hendly, co. Chester, yeoman, of a messuage with appurtenances in Neither Gretrax and parcels of land in Wormhill, Gretrax and Tunstid  BAG/13/3/533  15 March 1634

Feoffment by Humphrey Thornhill of Hardwickwall, yeoman, and his mother Anne to William Bagshaw of Litton, yeoman, of a messuage with appurtenances in Hardwickwall and land in Hardwickwall and Le Hill. With bond  BAG/13/3/534  28 April 1651

Final concord between William Bagshawe, plaintiff, and Humfry Thornehill and Anne Thornehill, widow, deforciants, respecting one messuage, one cottage, 4 barns, 2 stables and lands with appurtenances in Hargatewall, Hill and Greenefearefeild. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/535  Trin. 1651

Sale by Wingfeild Cromwell of Throwley, co. Staff., esq. (son and heir of the Rt. Hon. Thomas, Lord Cromwell, Baron of Okham), to William Bagshawe of Litton in Tydswell parish, yeoman, of a messuage with appurtenances in Wormhill and beast gates in Peake Forrest. With bond  BAG/13/3/536  1 May 1652

Sale by Humphrey Thornhill of Harget Wall in Tiddeswall to William Bagshawe of Lytton, yeoman, of a messuage with appurtenances in the towns, territories, etc., of Hill and Hargatewall with adjoining closes and other lands. With bond  BAG/13/3/537  14 May 1652

Quitclaim by Robert Needham and his son Hugh of Hanson Grange, yeomen, to William Bagshawe, vicar of Glossopp, of all their right in the beast gates or beast grasses in Greene Fairefield and herbage in the Over end. With bond  BAG/13/3/538  2 Nov. 1653

Final concord between William Bagshawe, plaintiff, and Wingfeild Cromwell and Mary, his wife, deforciants, respecting a messuage and land with appurtenances in Wormehall, Hargatewall, Greenefairefeild and Peake Forrest. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/539  15 days from Easter, 1654

Feoffment by William Bagshawe of Lytton, yeoman, to his son William Bagshaw, vicar of Glossoppe, of a messuage in Wormhill (late in the tenure of Hugh Needham), and beast gates belonging to the same in the Peake Forrest and Greene Fairefield  BAG/13/3/540  20 April 1654

Assignment by Thomas Herrod of Neather Greettrax, yeoman, to William Bagshawe of Litton, yeoman, of his portion of the neather end of Greenefairefield and of the pasturage of the over end of the same with appurtenances. With bond  BAG/13/3/541  7 July 1654

Sale by Thomas Readfearne of Wormehill, yeoman, and his son Nicholas to William Bagshawe of Greatehucklowe, yeoman, of a barn or housing in Hill or Wormhill Field and 2 parcels of land. With bond  BAG/13/3/542  1 June 1661

Bond of the above Thomas and Nicholas Readfearne to the above William Bagshawe for the performance of covenants in an indenture of 3 June 1661  BAG/13/3/543  3 June 1661

Feoffment by Millicent Thistlethwait of Bellgrave, co. Leic., widow, to Henry, her son, of land on the old moore within the territories, etc. of Tunstyde, Meadow, and Greatracks, a close called Tom close in the same territories, and part of a herbage called the over end of Green Fairfield  BAG/13/3/544  11 Oct. 1661

Conveyance by Nicholas Redfearne of Wormehill, yeoman, to William Bagshawe of Create Hucklowe, gent., of part of a barn and land in Wormehill  BAG/13/3/545  29 Feb. 1668

Release by the above Nicholas to the above William of Create Hucklowe, gent., of part of a barn and land in Wormehill. With bond  BAG/13/3/546  6 March 1668

Conveyance by William Savile of Bakewell, gent., to Mary Heathcoate, spinster, of a close called the Old Moore in the territories of Tunstyde, Meadowe and Gratracks, a close called Tom Close, and part of a herbage called the Over End of Greene Fayrefeild  BAG/13/3/547  2 and 3 June 1670

Document respecting a forgery of title to land at Wormhill by the curate of Wormhill  BAG/13/3/548  1672

Conveyance by Adam Bagshaw of Wormhill, gent., to John Heathcott of Bakewell, yeoman, of a close called Alescoats with adjoining land in the territories, etc. of Meadowe and Tunsteed in the township of Wormhill, and part of a herbage called the Over end of Greenfairefeild  BAG/13/3/549  22 and 23 March 1675

Articles of agreement between Robert Wilson of Tunstead, yeoman, Robert Bagshawe of Wormehill, yeoman, and others, of the one part, and Adam Bagshawe of Wormehill, gent., and others, of the other part, respecting a case concerning tithes of hay growing in the territories, etc. of Wormehill, Tunstead, Greatrex and Meddow  BAG/13/3/550  27 April 1677

Memorandum of a release of 1 Nov. 1679 by George Bagshaw of Hill to George Bower of Tidswell respecting land at Hill and other parcels  BAG/13/3/551  n.d. [18th cent.]

Will of Richard Bore of Hill in Tidswall parish, yeoman. 2 Dec. 1682. Probate, 29 Oct. 1685.  BAG/13/3/552  nd

Release by Thomas Fletcher of Hill, yeoman, to Arthur Heathcott of Ferney Botham and Thomas Ryley of Wiganstall, co. Staff., yeomen, of a messuage and land at Hill. With counterpart  BAG/13/3/553  25 Jan. 1684

Sale by Adam Bagshaw of Wormehill, gent., to Michael Heyward of Tunstead, yeoman, of a parcel of land in Greene fairfeild near Stumpcrosse called Longlands  BAG/13/3/554  22 April 1686

"An Account of ye over end rent."  BAG/13/3/555  20 Oct. 1686

Conveyance by Mary Heathcoate of Meadowe, spinster, to John Heathcoate of Tunstead, yeoman, of a close called Old Moore in the territories of Meadowe, Tunstead or Gretrix, and part of a herbage called the Over End of Green Fairfield  BAG/13/3/556  1 and 2 Feb. 1694/5

Release by Rowland Heathcott of Meadowe, yeoman, and John, his son and heir, to Elizabeth Sleigh of Broademeadowe in Sheene parish, co. Staff., widow, of a close called the Oudd Moore, and part of the herbage called the Over End of Greene Fairfield and land within the Liberties of Meadowe and Tunstidd called Alescoates, and part of the herbage belonging to the Over End of Green Fairfield  BAG/13/3/557  7 March 1696

Sale by Rowland Heathcott of Sheffeild Parke Yate, co. York, yeoman, and his son John, to Edward Heathcott of Bubnell in Bakewell parish, yeoman, of the Alescoats, with adjoining land, the Old Moore, and part of the Over End  BAG/13/3/558  24 Jan. 1698/9

"Acct of ye Kings Moiety of Land in ye Hundd. of High Peak, granted to Mr. Eyre."  BAG/13/3/559  n.d. [late 17th cent.]

Lease for 21 years by Adam Bagshaw the elder of Wormhill, gent., to Robert Bagshaw of Manchester, co. Lanc., and John Hyde of the Overend in Hope parish, husbandman, of a piece of newly enclosed ground near the meere or the Golden Wall Spring in the Over End alias Upper End of Greenfairfield and land on the south side of the same belonging to Wormhill Chapel. Counterpart  BAG/13/3/560  1 May 1700

Sale by Sir Phillip Gell of Hopton, bart., to Jasper Fryth of Tidswall, tallow chandler, of a messuage with land and appurtenances at Meadow in Wormhill chapelry, the tithe corn of Meadow, Tunstead and Great Racks, closes in Greenfaire Field and his share of land which is part of the Over End. Copy  BAG/13/3/561  12 Aug. 1718

Award in a dispute respecting a way from lands of Edward Heathcott and Joseph Goodwin called the Old Moor  BAG/13/3/562  28 April 1721

Indenture of covenants between William Shrigley of Whetstone, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, of the one part, and Samuel Eccles of Tidswell, gent., of the other part, to levy a fine respecting a messuage at Hill in Tidswell parish with closes. With final concord and counterpart  BAG/13/3/563  6 Feb. 1724/5

Indenture between Michael Hague of Wormhill, yeoman, and William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., whereby the former grants to the latter land at Hargate Wall lane end in exchange for land at Hargate wall Town head and other parcels of land  BAG/13/3/564  12 Jan. 1731/2

"Abstract of a Messuage and Lands at Harwicke Wall, Hill and Wormhill, Green Fairfield and Peak Forest... belonging to Samuel Bagshaw, esqr."  BAG/13/3/565  1574-1732

3 Copies.

Feoffment by Thomas Fletcher of Hill, yeoman, to Brightwell Smith of Clements Inn, co. Middx., gent., of a messuage at Hill with closes belonging thereto and a close in the Over End of Green Fairfeild  BAG/13/3/566  3 and 4 May 1737

Mortgage by the above Thomas Fletcher to John Morten of Eyam, yeoman, of a messuage at Hill with closes  BAG/13/3/567  9 and 10 June 1737

Exemplification of a recovery by Sanders Edwards, gent., against Brightwell Smith, gent., respecting a messuage and lands in Tiddeswall and Hope parishes. With seal  BAG/13/3/568  29 June 1737

Depositions in a case respecting the boundaries of Wormhill Common.  BAG/13/3/569  1739

2 Items.

Lease for 31 years by William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., to John Swinscor of Fairfeild, yeoman, of a tenement in Greenfairfeild  BAG/13/3/570  17 March 1742/3

Feoffment by the above Thomas Fletcher and Annis, his wife, to the above William Bagshaw of a messuage at Hill with closes and a close at Over End in Wormhill. With bond  BAG/13/3/571  27 March 1745

Lease for life by William Bagshaw of Ford, esq., to Thomas Fletcher of Hill in Wormhill, yeoman, of a messuage at Hill. Counterpart  BAG/13/3/572  28 March 1745

"Abstract of Title to a Messuage and Lands at Hill... belonging to Samuel Bagshaw, esqr." With duplicate  BAG/13/3/573  1684-1745

Settlement before the marriage of Thomas Silvester of Harvington, co. Worc., yeoman, and Jane Shrigley of Wheston, spinster. Copy  BAG/13/3/574  28 Feb. 1756

Will of Mary Fox, wife of Adam Fox of Hill  BAG/13/3/575  24 Sept. 1787

Release by William Shrigley Fox, otherwise William Fox, to Thomas Fox respecting legacies of his mother Mary Fox  BAG/13/3/576  27 March 1790

Conveyance by William Shrigley Fox of Harvington, co. Worc., and Ann, his wife, by the direction of Thomas Fox of Bell-Broughton, co. Worc., farmer, to Caesar William Blake of Tideswell, gent., as trustee for the said Thomas, of a messuage and land at Hill. With final concord and counterpart  BAG/13/3/577  17 and 18 May 1791

Mortgage by Adam Fox of Wormhill, farmer, and Thomas his son, to Jacob Hadfield of Thornhill in Hope parish, yeoman, of a messuage and premises at Hill. With bond  BAG/13/3/578  19 May 1791

Schedule of title deeds to an estate at Hill owned by Thomas Fox  BAG/13/3/579  28 March 1792

Articles of agreement between Robert Bower of Sheffield, yeoman, and William Shore of Tideswell, innkeeper, for the purchase of a house and land at Wormhill. With conditions of sale  BAG/13/3/580  1 Oct. 1792

Articles of agreement between Thomas Fox of Bell Broughton, co. Worc., farmer, and Thomas Silvester of Chadderslay Corbett, co. Worc., gent., for the conveyance of a messuage at Hill with land. With release  BAG/13/3/581  13 June 1793

Articles of agreement between Samuel Bagshaw of Ford, esq., and John Bagshaw of Oaks, esq., respecting a messuage, etc., at Wormhill  BAG/13/3/582  20 March 1794

Release and assignment by Adam Fox of Wormhill, farmer, Thomas Fox of Bell Broughton, co. Worc., farmer, and Jacob Hadfield of Wormhill, yeoman, to John Bagshaw of the Oakes, esq., and his trustee of a messuage and land at Hill  BAG/13/3/583  15 April 1794

Conveyance by Samuel Cooper of Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, co. Middx., gent., and Albany Wallis of Norfolk Street in the Strand in the City of Westminster, esq., by the direction of Samuel Bagshaw of Ford, esq., to John Bagshaw of Oakes, esq., of Hill and Hargate Farms in Wormhill  BAG/13/3/584  27 and 29 Sept. 1794

Mortgage by the above John Bagshaw to James Wilde of Manchester, co. Lanc., timber merchant, of estates in Wormhill. With bond  BAG/13/3/585  1 Oct. 1794

Deed of covenants between the above John Bagshaw and Samuel Bagshaw for the production of title deeds  BAG/13/3/586  24 Dec. 1794

Abstract of the title of John Bagshaw to several mortgaged farms in Wormhill  BAG/13/3/587  1574-1794

"Abstract of Mr. Edward Heathcote's Title to divers [mortgaged] hereditaments in Wormhill."  BAG/13/3/588  1633-1795

Mortgage by Edward Heathcott of Bakewell, butcher, to Thomas Needham of High Needham, farmer, of the Old Moor, Baileys Close, closes called the Overends or the Over end and North bathons Gate and 18 sheep gates on Wormhill Moor  BAG/13/3/589  2 April 1795

Valuation of Hill and Hargate Wall estates  BAG/13/3/590  29 April 1795

"A Bill... for Facilitating The Division and Inclosure of Waste Lands and Commons." (Printed.)  BAG/13/3/591  7 March 1796

"Value of Mr. Edward Heathcote's Estate situate at Wormhill."  BAG/13/3/592  23 Nov. 1796

Conveyance by Edward Heathcott of Bakewell, butcher, to John Bagshaw of the Oakes, esq., of closes called Bailsley's Close and Old Moor Close, 2 closes formerly part of an ancient pasture in the overend of Green Fairfield called the near upper end and the far upper end, and 18 sheep gates on Wormhill Moor. With final concord and counterpart  BAG/13/3/593  2 and 3 Feb. 1797

"Abstract of the Title Deeds of an Estate in Wormhill purchased by John Bagshaw Esqr. of Mr. Edward Heathcote."  BAG/13/3/594  1631-1797

Articles of agreement between John Needham of Hackney Lane in [blank] parish, farmer, and John Bagshaw of Oakes, esq., respecting a road at Hargate Wall. [Blank for day and month], Draft  BAG/13/3/595  1798

Conveyance by Francis Eyre, with the consent of the Commissioners for the Sale of the Land Tax, to John Bagshaw of the Oakes, esq., of lands at Wormhill  BAG/13/3/596  29 and 30 July 1799

Mortgage by John Bagshaw to George Goodwin of Saint Ann's Hotel, Buxton, innholder, of premises at Wormhill. Copy  BAG/13/3/597  6 Sept. 1799

Order of the Lord Chancellor respecting a petition of Francis Eyre. Copy  BAG/13/3/598  20 Dec. 1799

Correspondence and papers respecting an estate of Edward Heathcote at Wormhill  BAG/13/3/599  1796-9

14 Items.

"Abstract of the Title of Francis Eyre Esqr. to certain Messes., Lands [etc., in] the Townships or Hamlets of Wormhill, Fairfield, Nether end of Green Fairfield and Cowlow."  BAG/13/3/600  n.d. [late 18th cent.]

Papers concerning land purchased by John Bagshaw at Wormhill  BAG/13/3/601  1801

3 Items.

"An Act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing the Commons, Commonable Lands, and Waste Grounds, within the Liberty of Wormhill." (Printed.)  BAG/13/3/602  11 June 1803

"Wormhill Inclosure. A Schedule of Claims."  BAG/13/3/603  n.d. [early 19th cent.]

Assignment and surrender by George Goodwin to the Rev. William Bagshaw of Dronfield of an estate at Wormhill  BAG/13/3/604  26 Nov. 1804

Bond of the Rev. William Bagshaw to James Wilde for additional security to BAG/13/3/585 above  BAG/13/3/605  15 Dec. 1804

Release and conveyance from James Wilde and the Rev. William Bagshaw to William Chambers Bagshaw of the Oakes, esq., of a messuage and lands at Wormhill. Copy  BAG/13/3/606  29 Dec. 1804

Release by the Rev. William Bagshaw to William Chambers Bagshaw of lands at Wormhill  BAG/13/3/607  29 Dec. 1804

Deed to declare the uses of a fine levied by the Rev. William Bagshaw and Anne, his wife, of estates at Wormhill and Lightwood. Copy  BAG/13/3/608  10 Jan. 1805

Conveyance by William Wright of Wormhill, yeoman, to Philip Buckley of Greatrocks in Hope parish, butcher, of a dwelling house at Wormhill and an allotment on Tideswell Common  BAG/13/3/609  24 and 25 March 1813

Release by the above Philip Buckley to the Rev. William Bagshaw of a dwelling house at Wormhill  BAG/13/3/610  2 May 1815

Conveyance by Sir William Chambers Bagshaw of the Oakes, kt., to Lt. Gen. William Murray of Banner Cross, co. York, of land at Wormhill called The White Stones  BAG/13/3/611  8 and 9 Nov. 1816

Reconveyance by James Wilde of Lymme, co. Chester, esq., to the Rev. William Bagshaw, of estates in Wormhill  BAG/13/3/612  30 and 31 Dec. 1816

"Abstract of Sir Willm. Chambers Bagshaw's Title [1702-1815] to a Close called White Stones at Wormhill."  BAG/13/3/613  1816

Conveyance by Lt. Gen. William Murray to the Rev. William Bagshaw of a close at Wormhill called The White Stones  BAG/13/3/614  26 and 27 March 1818

Allotment of parcels of land (incl. White Stones) to William Bagshaw which formerly belonged to him as trustee of Wormhill Chapel. Extract from the enrolment of an award  BAG/13/3/615  2 Jan. 1822

Memorandum of an agreement between the Rev. William Bagshawe of Banner Cross, co. York, and William John Bagshaw of the Middle Temple, London, for the purchase of certain tithes at Wormhill. Copy  BAG/13/3/616  30 Sept. 1825

Papers in a case respecting Wormhill tithe  BAG/13/3/617  1802-30

20 Items.

Faculty for the rebuilding and allotment of pews in Wormhill chapel  BAG/13/3/618  19 Aug. 1836

Assignment of the remainder of the term in BAG/13/3/589 above by John Parkinson of Lincolns Inn Fields and John Wilkinson of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., gentlemen, by the direction of the Rev. William Bagshaw of Banner Cross, co. York., to William Watson of Shirecliffe in Sheffield parish, co. York, gent., of Old Moor, Bailey's Close, closes called the Over ends, now called the Overend and North Bathons Gate, and 18 sheep gates on Wormhill Moor  BAG/13/3/619  13 June 1837

Survey of land occupied by Thomas Phillips at Wormhill  BAG/13/3/620  1837

Pappers concerning Wormhill tithes (corn, hay, wool and lambs)  BAG/13/3/621  1688-1847

120 Items.

Miscellaneous papers respecting Wormhill  BAG/13/3/622  18th-19th cent

22 Items.

CO. LANCASTER  BAG/13/4/1-2  [n.d.]

MANCHESTER  [no ref. or date]

"Abstract of Mr. A[braham] Hawarth's Title to Two Messes. and Tenemts. in Blakeley... called Nadens and Wardleworths."  BAG/13/4/1  1611-1724

Will of John Dixon of Manchester, merchant. 23 Dec. 1796. Note of probate, 13 April 1797. Copy  BAG/13/4/2  nd

CO. LEICESTER  BAG/13/5/1-2  [n.d.]

ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH  [no ref. or date]

Will of James Dixon of Ashby de la Zouch, fellmonger. 27 Oct. 1805. Note of probate, 13 Sept. 1827. Copy  BAG/13/5/1  nd

BUCKMINSTER  [no ref. or date]

Miscellaneous papers relating to Buckminster Vicarage and the Rev. William Bagshawe  BAG/13/5/2  18th-19th cent

46 Items.

CO. LINCOLN  BAG/13/6/1-6  [n.d.]

BARKSTON SCHOOL  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by David Burton Fowler of the Inner Temple, London, esq., to Sir Thomas Whichcote of Oswarley, bart., and Benjamin Handley of New Sleaford, esq. (executors of Michael Newton, late of Culverthorpe, esq.) of closes in Pidley parish, co. Hunt  BAG/13/6/1  2 and 3 Dec. 1821

Conveyance by Sir Thomas Whichcote to the Rev. William Bagshaw of Banner Cross, co. York, of hereditaments in the county of Lincoln  BAG/13/6/2  3 and 4 June 1833

Grant by Henry Marwood Greaves of Banner Cross, co. York, esq., to the Rev. Henry Cleveland, rector of Barkstone, of a rent charge for the benefit of Barkston school  BAG/13/6/3  20 Nov. 1849

SWARBY  [no ref. or date]

"An Act for Dividing and Inclosing the Open Fields and Meadows, Common Stinted Pasture, and Waste Lands, within the Manor and Lordship of Swarby." (Printed.)  BAG/13/6/4  n.d. [18th cent.]

GENERAL  [no ref. or date]

"Lincolnshire: List of Persons returned as Pioneers under The Defence Act of the 43d Geo. 3d."  BAG/13/6/5  1803

"A General Abstract or Summary of the Resources of the County of Lincoln collected from the Parochial Returns made in the Year 1803... to provide for the Defence and Security of the Realm."  BAG/13/6/6  nd

LONDON  BAG/13/7/1-3  [n.d.]

LONDON  [no ref. or date]

Will of Margaret Barber of St. Clement Danes parish, co. Middx., widow. 24 Jan. 1739. Note of probate, 27 Feb. 1799  BAG/13/7/1  nd

Settlement after the marriage of John Frederic Schroder of New Broad Street in the City of London, merchant, and his wife Isabella (née Bustard)  BAG/13/7/2  9 Sept. 1811

Miscellaneous testamentary papers of Mrs. Ann Newton  BAG/13/7/3  18th-19th century

292 Items.

CO. NOTTINGHAM  BAG/13/8/1-11  [n.d.]

GRINGLEY  [no ref. or date]

Final concord between Thomas Barten, plaintiff, and John Barten, jun., and Dorothy his wife, deforciants, respecting messuages and land in Gringley, Clarebroughe, and Wellome  BAG/13/8/1  15 days from Easter, 1597

HARWORTH  [no ref. or date]

"An Act for Dividing, Allotting, and Inclosing the Open and Common Fields [etc.] within the Township and Liberty of Harworth." (Printed.)  BAG/13/8/2  1799

HESLEY  [no ref. or date]

Settlement after the marriage of Henry Marwood Greaves of Hesley, esq., and Mary Catherine Ann (née Bagshaw). [Blank for day and month], Draft  BAG/13/8/3  1833

Surveys and valuations respecting Hesley  BAG/13/8/4  19th cent

4 Items.

Schedules of deeds relating to estates in Hesley  BAG/13/8/5  19th cent

4 Items.

Miscellaneous letters and papers concerning Hesley  BAG/13/8/6  17th-19th cent

58 Items.

LIMPOLE  [no ref. or date]

Minute of agreement respecting a conveyance of the Limpool Manor Estate  BAG/13/8/7  15 Jan. 1808

A particular of the Limpole estate  BAG/13/8/8  June 1838

"Rental of Mr. Edwd. Smith's Farm at Limpool."  BAG/13/8/9  n.d. [19th cent.]

MISTERTON  [no ref. or date]

Final concord between John Bright, gent., William Woodhouse and William Peet, plaintiffs, and Samuel Dawson and others, deforciants, respecting a messuage and land in Misterton, Bollam, Mooregate alias Welham, Moorehouse, and in Clarebrough parish. Oct. of the Purification  BAG/13/8/10  1712

ORDSALL  [no ref. or date]

Miscellaneous papers relating to the rectory of Ordsall and the Rev. Francis Foxlowe  BAG/13/8/11  19th cent

5 Items.

CO. OXFORD  BAG/13/9/1  [n.d.]

CULHAM  [no ref. or date]

Paper in a case respecting Culham manor  BAG/13/9/1  n.d. [19th cent.]

CO. YORK  BAG/13/10/1-242  [n.d.]

BARNOLDSWICK  [no ref. or date]

Papers concerning the tithes of Cotes  BAG/13/10/1  15th-18th cent

4 Items.

BAWTRY  [no ref. or date]

Documents concerning the settlement before the marriage of Samuel Dawson of Bawtry, merchant, and Anne Bright, spinster (daughter of John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, gent.)  BAG/13/10/2  May 1711

5 Items.

BILLINGLEY  [no ref. or date]

Will of Mercurius Shemeld of Billingley, tanner. Copy  BAG/13/10/3  28 Jan. 1701

BRADFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Assignment by John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, esq., to Matthew Burdett of Denby, dry salter, of a messuage, closes and premises at Waldershelf in Bradfield chapelry  BAG/13/10/4  23 March 1737/8

BRAMLEY  [no ref. or date]

Assignment by John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, esq., to Joshua Wilson of Pontefract, gent., in trust for Henry Gore of Leatherhead, co. Surrey, esq., of a capital messuage called Bramley Hall, with closes and appurtenances  BAG/13/10/5  6 May 1743

BROCKHOLES  [no ref. or date]

Settlement before the marriage of John Bright the younger of Banner Cross, gent., and Barbara Jessop, spinster, daughter of Francis Jessop, late of Broomhall, esq  BAG/13/10/6  31 Jan. and 1 Feb. 1700/1

Lease for 15 years by Francis Jessop of Treeton, clerk, to Stephen Thompson of Brockholes in Drax parish, yeoman, of the messuage called Brockholes in Drax parish, with closes and appurtenances. With counterpart  BAG/13/10/7  5 Aug. 1704

Memorandum of an agreement respecting a farm at Brockholes  BAG/13/10/8  18th cent

DODWORTH  [no ref. or date]

Power of attorney from John Henry Barker of the Croft in Bakewell parish, co. Derby, esq., to John Barker of Bakewell, esq., and Edward Barker of Sheffield, lead merchant, to complete sales of premises in Dodworth in Silkstone parish. Draft  BAG/13/10/9  Nov. 1830

EARBY  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by Micah Hall of Castleton, co. Derby, esq., to the Rev. William Bagshaw of Dronfield, co. Derby, of a moiety of premises and land in Earby and Thornton. Draft  BAG/13/10/10  1803

ECCLESALL BIERLOW  [no ref. or date]

Sale by Richard Fenton of Doncastre, gent., to John Bryght of Dower, co. Derby, yeoman, and his son Anthony of a messuage in Brynclyf edge within the Lordship of Ecclesall  BAG/13/10/11  8 June 1574

Conveyance by Robert Creswicke of Sheiffeld, yeoman, to John Bryght of Hurlowe, yeoman, of 2 closes in Whytley Wood  BAG/13/10/12  6 March 1577

Conveyance by Edward Hall of Whitlaie Wodde, webster, to Henry Brighte of Hurlowe, yeoman, of a messuage with appurtenances in Whitlaye Wood and 2 closes  BAG/13/10/13  23 Nov. 1583

Bond of John Holland, sen., of Dovehouse in Sheffield parish, yeoman, and his son John Holland, jun., tanner, to William Shawe of Hallbroom in Bradfield chapelry, yeoman, for the performance of covenants. With duplicate  BAG/13/10/14  24 March 1617/18

Final concord between William Shawe, plaintiff, and John Holland, sen., and John Holland, jun., deforciants, respecting land in Ecclesall and Sheffeild  BAG/13/10/15  Oct. of Mich., 1619

Bond of John Dale of Sheffield, mercer, to Thomas Dale, sen., of Whiteley Wood, yeoman, his father, respecting a lease of a close at Bentihaugh in Ecclesall Lordship.  BAG/13/10/16  25 Jan. 1619/20

Sale by John Holland the elder of Button hill in Sheffield parish, yeoman, and John Holland the younger of Stumperlowe in the Whiteley Wood, tanner, to Thomas Bright of Ecclesall Hall, yeoman, of 3 closes in Ecclesall lordship. With bond  BAG/13/10/17  9 Feb. 1622

Final concord between Thomas Bright and George Ludlam, plaintiffs, and John Holland, sen., and John Holland, jun., and Anne, his wife, deforciants, respecting land with appurtenances in Graystones, Ecclesall and Sheffield  BAG/13/10/18  Oct. of Mich., 1622

Conveyance by Gervase Lee of Bentihaugh, yeoman, and Dennis Lee, cutler, to Richard Shemeld of Sheffeld, ironmonger, of 2 closes at Whiteley Wood  BAG/13/10/19  6 Jan. 1623

Bond of John Machon, sen., of Longdon, co. Staff., clerk, and his son John Machon, jun., to John Bright of Brendcliff Edge, yeoman, for performance of covenants  BAG/13/10/20  10 March 1623/4

Sale by the above John Holland the elder and Emma, his wife, and the above John Holland the younger and Anne, his wife, to William Creswick the younger of Sheffeld, cutler, of a close called Parke Medowe in Ecclesall lordship  BAG/13/10/21  29 Nov. 1624

Sale by the above John Holland the elder and Emma, his wife, and John Holland the younger and Anne, his wife, to Thomas Bright of Ecclesall Hall, yeoman, of closes within the Lordship of Ecclesall  BAG/13/10/22  23 March 1625

Conveyance by George Gill of Haselhyrst in Norton parish, co. Derby, gent., to Thomas Burton of Cartledge in Dronfield parish, co. Derby, gent., of a messuage, a cottage and closes at Whiteley Wood in the manor or lordship of Ecclesall  BAG/13/10/23  16 Oct. 1627

Inquisition concerning Thomas Burton of Cartlidge, esq., George Gill of Haslehirst, gent., and a messuage and land in Whiteley Wood  BAG/13/10/24  23 April 1629

Conveyance by Richard Shemeld of Sheffeld, ironmonger, to Thomas Bright of Graystones, yeoman, of 2 closes at Whiteley Wood  BAG/13/10/25  12 March 1630

Indenture of covenants between John Bright of Brendcliff Edge and Elizabeth, his wife, of the one part, and Thomas Burton of Cartledge in Dronfeld parish, co. Derby, esq., and John Rewell of Arksey, gent., of the other part, declaring the uses of a fine respecting a messuage and closes at Brendcliff Edge. Copy  BAG/13/10/26  10 July 1632

Grant in Chancery respecting Thomas Bright of Graystons and Richard Dale  BAG/13/10/27  3 March 1641

Conveyance by John Bright of Carbrooke in Sheffield parish, gent., to Anthony Fox of Bewcheife, co. Derby, woodcutter, of closes and a cottage in Over Whiteley Wood in the lordship of Ecclesall. With bond  BAG/13/10/28  16 April 1649

Inquisition respecting Anthony Foxe of Bewcheife, co. Derby, woodcutter, John Bright and a messuage and land in the manor of Ecclesall  BAG/13/10/29  15 Oct. 1649

Final concord between Stephen Bright and Anthony Fox, plaintiffs, and John Bright, esq., and Catherine, his wife, respecting 2 cottages and land with appurtenances in Over Whiteley Wood, Nether Whiteley Wood, Ecclesall and Sheffield. 4 weeks from Mich  BAG/13/10/30  1650

Deed of revocation by Thomas Bright of Graystones in Sheffeld parish, yeoman, respecting a conveyance to James Bright and John Dale of messuages, etc., at Graystones, Bentihaugh and Whiteley Wood, and Norlees in Hathersedge parish, co. Derby  BAG/13/10/31  6 June 1654

Sale by Michael Burton of Cartledge in Dronfeld parish, co. Derby, gent., to William Stones of Over Whiteley Wood, clerk, of a messuage in Over Whiteley Wood. With bond  BAG/13/10/32  4 April 1661

Mortgage by William Stones of Over Whiteley Wood, clerk, to George Wild of Haw Car, yeoman, of a messuage in Over Whiteley Wood with appurtenances. With counterpart  BAG/13/10/33  17 Feb. 1662

Conveyance by Anthony Fox the elder of Beauchiffe, co. Derby, wood collier, to Adam Fox of Ecclesall, cutler, of a messuage and land in the territories of a hamlet called Upper Whiteley Wood  BAG/13/10/34  5 July 1662

Release by William Stones of Rockley Hall in Darfeld parish, clerk, to George Wild of Hallcarr, cutler, respecting a sale of a messuage with appurtenances at Over Whiteley Wood. With counterpart  BAG/13/10/35  24 Feb. 1664

Indenture of defeasance respecting a sale of a messuage with appurtenances at Over Whiteley Wood. With counterpart  BAG/13/10/36  25 Feb. 1664

Final concord between Alice Newbold, Henry Bright and Thomas Bright, plaintiffs, and John Hudson and his wife Ann, and William Unwin and his wife Mary, deforciants, respecting a messuage and land in Agden, Bradfeild, and Ecclesall. Quind. of Easter  BAG/13/10/37  1664

Release by William Stones of Rockley Hall, clerk, to George Wilde of the Hallcarre, yeoman, of a messuage in Overwhiteley wood with appurtenances  BAG/13/10/38  7 June 1664

Final concord between George Wyld, plaintiff, and William Spencer, esq., and William Spencer, gent., William Stones, clerk, and Elizabeth, his wife, Thomas Armitage and Rosamund, his wife, and Catherine Armitage, deforciants, respecting 2 messuages and land with appurtenances in Over Whiteley Wood, Ecclesall, Darnell and Upperhaugh. Quind. of Easter  BAG/13/10/39  1665

Inquisition respecting a messuage in Over Whiteley Wood, George Wilde of Hall Carr, cutler, and William Stones, clerk  BAG/13/10/40  2 Oct. 1665

Admission of Anthony Foxe to a cottage and land at Upper Whiteley Wood. (Extract from proceedings at the Court Leet and Great Court Baron of Ecclesall.)  BAG/13/10/41  30 Sept. 1672

Bond of Stephen Bright of Brencliffe Edge, yeoman, and Sylvanus Bright of the same, cutler, to Thomas Bright of Graystones, gent., for performance of covenants  BAG/13/10/42  9 Sept. 1680

Sale by John Bright of Brincliffe Edge, yeoman, to Silvanus Bright of Cheritreehill in Sheffield parish, cutler, of a messuage with appurtenances at Brincliffe Edge  BAG/13/10/43  27 Oct. 1680

Will of John Bright of Bannercrosse, yeoman. 21 Dec. 1680. Probate, 4 Feb. 1686  BAG/13/10/44  nd

Indenture of covenants between Thomas Bright of Graystones, gent., and Elizabeth, his wife, of the one part, and John Pearson, sen., of Sheffield, butcher, and Thomas Wilson of the same, cutler, of the other part, declaring the uses of a fine respecting premises and land in Ecclesall  BAG/13/10/45  29 Sept. 1682

Sale by Thomas Bright of Graystones in Sheffield parish, gent., to John Stones of Little Sheffield, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, of enclosures at Upper Whitleywood  BAG/13/10/46  5 and 6 Feb. 1682/3

Lease for 21 years by Anthony Fox of Ecclesall, husbandman, to Robert Jeffcock of Whiteleywood, coalminer, of a messuage and 2 closes at Over Whiteleywood  BAG/13/10/47  4 Aug. 1683

Mortgage by Thomas Firth of Carterknowle within Ecclesall Bierlow, yeoman, to George Lee of Cornewell in the City of London, linen draper, of a close at Carterknowle. With duplicate and bond  BAG/13/10/48  28 April 1685

Conveyance by Obedia Barlow of Sheffeild, cutler, to Mathew Youle of the London, maltster, of a messuage and a close at Bentihough in Ecclesall lordship  BAG/13/10/49  2 and 3 Aug. 1686

Final concord between George Wilde and John Saunderson, plaintiffs, and William Stone, clerk, and Elizabeth, his wife, and others, deforciants, respecting 5 messuages, premises and land in Sheffeild, Ecclesall, Bradfield and Grimesthorpe. Oct. of Purification  BAG/13/10/50  1686

Sale by Robert Ashton of Whitlewood, gent., to Richard Youle of Chesterfeild, co. Derby, and Thomas Bright of the Edge in Sheffield parish, gentlemen, of 4 cottages at Whiteleywood  BAG/13/10/51  13 Jan. 1687/8

Declaration respecting the same  BAG/13/10/52  13 Jan. 1687/8

Release by Robert Ashton, Thomas Bright and Richard Youle to John Bright of Banner Cross, leadmerchant, of cottages at Whitley Wood lately purchased from the said Robert Ashton and Mary, his wife  BAG/13/10/53  30 Oct. 1688

Sale by John Stones of Littlesheffeild, yeoman, to George Wilde of Hall Carr, yeoman, of 2 closes at Upper Whitewood [sic]. With final concord  BAG/13/10/54  28 and 29 Aug. 1689

Sale by John Youle of Sheffeild, cutler, to John Bright of Banner Crosse in Sheffeild parish, gent., of a messuage at Bentihaugh  BAG/13/10/55  7 Sept. 1689

Inquisition presenting that George Wild of Hall Carr has lately purchased 2 closes at Upper Whiteley Wood  BAG/13/10/56  30 Sept. 1689

Inquisition declaring that George Wilde died seized of a messuage and land at Upper Whiteley Wood  BAG/13/10/57  21 April 1690

Indenture of covenants between William Stones of Button Hill within Ecclesall, clerk, and Thomas Handley of Hall Carr, yeoman, declaring the uses of a fine of a messuage with appurtenances at Over Whitle-wood  BAG/13/10/58  6 June 1690

Sale by Anthony Fox of Milward Farm in Sheffeild parish, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Thomas Handley of Hall Carr, yeoman, of a messuage at Upper Whitelewood with appurtenances  BAG/13/10/59  23 Dec. 1690

Articles of agreement between John Bright of Dranfeild, gent., and Thomas Bright of Edge in Sheffeild parish, gent., respecting a conveyance to the latter of the messuage called Bruntcliffe Edge. With bond and receipts  BAG/13/10/60  19 Jan. 1693/4

Indenture of convenants between John Bright of Dranfeild, gent., and Thomas Bright of Edge in Sheffeild parish, gent., declaring the uses of a fine respecting a conveyance to the latter of the messuage called Bruntcliffe Edge. With bond and receipts  BAG/13/10/61  1 May 1695

Final concord between Joseph Banks, gent., plaintiff, and John Hawksworth, William Jessop, and others, deforciants, respecting 2 messuages, premises and land in Brancliffe, Anston, Nether Denby, Ecclesall and Barnsley. Morrow of Trin  BAG/13/10/62  1695

Will of Thomas Bright of Brincliffe Edge in Sheffield parish, gent. 18 May 1696. Probate, 12 Dec  BAG/13/10/63  nd

Inquisition respecting premises and land left by the late Thomas Bright. (Extract from proceedings at the View of Frankpledge with Great Court Baron of Ecclesall manor.)  BAG/13/10/64  7 April 1697

Inquisition presenting that Thomas Bright, gent., died seized of messuages and lands at Whitely Wood  BAG/13/10/65  7 April 1697

Conveyance by Thomas Firth of Dalton in Kirkeheaton parish, yeoman, and his brother Robert to John Bright of Banner Crosse in Ecclesall, gent., of 2 messuages at Carter Knowle in Ecclesall  BAG/13/10/66  9 and 10 April 1700

Settlement before the marriage of John Bright the younger of Banner Cross, gent., and Barbara Jessop  BAG/13/10/67  1 Feb. 1700/1

Conveyance by Robert Firth of the Chapelry of Bradfeild, cordwainer, to John Bright, jun., of Sheffeild, gent., of all his right in a cottage and 3 closes at Carter Knowle in Ecclesal  BAG/13/10/68  4 Jan. 1706/7

Final concord between John Bright, sen., gent., and Christopher Stacey, plaintiffs, and Thomas Bright, gent., Robert Firth, and others, deforciants, respecting 2 messuages and land in Ecclesall and Brightside Byerlow in Sheffield parish. Oct. of Purification  BAG/13/10/69  1707

Lease for 11 years by John Bright, jun., of Banner Cross, gent., to Joseph Lord of Dobin Hill, husbandman, of a messuage and closes at Dobin Hill  BAG/13/10/70  13 Oct. 1709

Similar lease to Rebecca Arther of Sheffeild, widow, of 2 closes in Ecclesall near Little Shefeild Moor  BAG/13/10/71  2 March 1710/11

Feoffment by Joseph Bright of Brincliffe Edge, gent., to John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, gent., of closes called the Beets in Ecclesall. With extract from Ecclesall court proceedings relating to the same  BAG/13/10/72  20 May 1714

Conveyance by Richard Carr of Crookesmoor in Sheffield parish, file cutter, and Barbara, his wife, to John Bright of Banner Cross, gent., of a messuage and 4 closes at Whiteley Wood in Ecclesall  BAG/13/10/73  7 and 8 Jan. 1716/17

Final concord between John Bright, gent., plaintiff, and Richard Carr and Barbara, his wife, and William Frith and Sarah, his wife, deforciants, respecting 2 messuages and land with appurtenances in Ecclesall, Gleadleye and Hansworth parish. Oct. of Purification  BAG/13/10/74  1717

Presentment respecting the above conveyance [BAG/13/10/73]. (Extract from proceedings at the View of Frank Pledge with Great Court Baron of Ecclesall manor.)  BAG/13/10/75  24 April 1717

Settlement before the marriage of James Bright of Ecclesall, gent., and Judith Fenton, spinster  BAG/13/10/76  16 Sept. 1718

Conveyance by Thomas Handley, gent., to Charles Sanderson of the Middle Temple, London, gent., of a messuage and closes at Upper Whiteley Wood  BAG/13/10/77  9 and 10 April 1719

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by John Battie, gent., against Charles Sanderson, gent., respecting 3 messuages and land with appurtenances in Ecclesall and Sheffield parish  BAG/13/10/78  17 June 1719

Conveyance by Thomas Handley to John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, gent., of a messuage and closes at Upper Whiteley Wood  BAG/13/10/79  13 and 14 July 1719

Pedigree of the Oates family  BAG/13/10/80  n.d. [c. 1719]

Indenture of covenants between Richard Dalton of Sheffield, raff merchant, and Mary, his wife (daughter and heir of John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, gent.), of the one part, and John Battie of Sheffield, gent., of the other part, for the conveyance of premises and land at Dobbin Hill, Bentehough and Whiteley Wood in Ecclesall Bierlow. With final concord and counterpart  BAG/13/10/81  15 Jan. 1735/6

Conveyance by John Bright of Chesterfeild, co. Derby, gent., to James Mundy of the Inner Temple, London, and Gilbert Jodrell of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., gentlemen, of a messuage, cottage and closes in Upper Whiteley Wood, and 2 cottages and closes in Ecclesall  BAG/13/10/82  6 and 7 Oct. 1736

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by John Smith and Job Bradley against James Mundy and Gilbert Jodrell respecting 6 messuages and land in Upper Whiteley Wood  BAG/13/10/83  29 Nov. 1736

Indenture of covenants between "John Graye near Banner-cross", blacksmith, and Joan, his wife, of the one part, and Richard Battie of Sheffield, saddler, of the other part, declaring the uses of a fine respecting a messuage, etc. in Ecclesall Bierlow near Bannercross. With final concord and copies  BAG/13/10/84  23 Dec. 1740

Lease for 21 years by John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, esq., to John Lee of Thrift House in Ecclesall in Sheffield parish, baker, of a messuage with appurtenances and lands at Bentihough in Ecclesall. Counterpart  BAG/13/10/85  1 March 1741/2

Final concord between Thomas Fretwell, gent., plaintiff, and William Hides and Elizabeth, his wife, and Joseph Rowbotham and Catherine, his wife, deforciants, respecting 2 messuages, 2 cottages, 4 acres, a sixth part of 15 messuages, 20 cottages, 20 barns, 20 stables, 20 gardens, 20 orchards, 120 acres and common of pasture in Ecclesall, Sheffield, Darnall, Fullwood and Sheffield parish, and also a sixth part of an annual rent issuing from the manor and grange of Awndley, from lands and tenements in Holme and Heaton, otherwise Kirkheaton, from the rectory and church of Alburgh alias Aldborough, from Peniston rectory, from the rectory of Melton alias Melton on the Hill, and from the rectory of Burton alias Kirkburton. Morrow of Trin  BAG/13/10/86  1742

Final concord between Thomas Fretwell, plaintiff, Nathan Mycock and Sarah, his wife, and Jonathan Fenton and Mary, his wife, deforciants, respecting 8 acres and a sixth part of 15 messuages, 20 cottages, 20 barns, 20 stables, 20 gardens, 20 orchards, 120 acres and common of pasture in Wadsley, Sheffield, Ecclesall, Darnall, Fullwood, and the parishes of Ecclesfield and Sheffield, and the sixth part of an annual rent issuing from the manor and grange of Awndley, from lands and tenements in Holme and Heaton, otherwise Kirkheaton, from the rectory and church of Alburgh alias Aldborough, from Peniston rectory, from the rectory of Melton alias Melton on the Hill, and from the rectory of Burton alias Kirkburton. Morrow of Trin  BAG/13/10/87  1742

Indenture of covenants between George Hawke of Leavy Greave, razorsmith, and Hannah, his wife, of the one part and William Battie of Sheffield, gent., of the other part, declaring the uses of a fine respecting a sixth part of a rent issuing from the rectory and church of Aldburgh, the rectory of Melton, the manor and grange of Awndley, lands and tenements in Holme and Heaton, the rectory of Burton, a messuage in Dixon Lane, Sheffield, 4 tenements in Ecclesall, 2 tenements in Brightside, farms, lands, and premises in Fullwood and Hallam, a tenement in Darnall, several cottages in Sheffield and all other lands, etc. formerly the estate of John Fox of Fullwood Hall within the town or parish of Sheffield  BAG/13/10/88  26 July 1742

Presentation that James Bright died seized of a messuage at Nether Edge, with close. (Extract from the Court Leet and Great Court Baron of Ecclesall manor.)  BAG/13/10/89  6 Oct. 1742

Two indentures of covenant respecting the above  BAG/13/10/90  25 Jan. 1742/3

Final concord between George Greaves, plaintiff, and John Wilson and Isabel, his wife, and Joseph Wilson and Ann, his wife, deforciants, respecting a messuage and land in Ecclesall alias Ecclesall Bierlow and Sheffield parish. With copy  BAG/13/10/91  Oct. of Purification, 1754

Mortgage by George Marriott of Sheffield, cutler, to John Greaves of the same, factor, of the Nether Ox pasture near Brintcliff Edge  BAG/13/10/92  29 April 1754

Lease for 21 years by Thomas Mycock of Westbarrgreen in Sheffield, forkmaker, and Ann, his wife, to John Wilson and Joseph Wilson, sons of the late Thomas Wilson of Sheffield, shearsmith, of a moiety of a messuage called Dobbinhill in Ecclesall lordship, and closes  BAG/13/10/93  30 April 1754

Indenture between John Wilson of Sheffield, shearsmith, and Isabell, his wife, of the first part, Joseph Wilson of Sheffield, factor, and Ann, his wife, of the second part, and George Greaves of the same, button maker, of the third part, for the division of their estate at Dobbin Hill. With copy  BAG/13/10/94  20 May 1754

Conveyance by Godfrey Heathcote of Chesterfield, co. Derby, gent. (executor and devisee of John Bright, esq.), to Mary Dalton, late of Chesterfield, now of Banner Cross, spinster (granddaughter and heir at law of the said John Bright), of the said John's real and personal estate in cos. Derby and York, pursuant to his Will  BAG/13/10/95  1 and 2 Oct. 1754

Conveyance by George Younge of Sheffield, "haberdasher of hatts", and Enoch Laycock of the same, button maker, to Thomas Hammond of Tapton Hill in Sheffield parish, yeoman, of the Nether Ox pasture near Brintcliffe Edge  BAG/13/10/96  6 and 7 April 1755

Conveyance by "John Gray near Bannercross" in Ecclesall Bierlow, yeoman, and Joan, his wife, to Thomas Hammond of Tapton Hill in Sheffield parish, yeoman, of part of a close called Oxpasture near the house in Ecclesall where the said John lives  BAG/13/10/97  20 Dec. 1755

Assignment of a mortgage by John Greaves of Sheffield, factor, at the nomination of Thomas Hammond of Tapton Hill, to John Nodder of Sheffield, gent., of the premises concerned in BAG/13/10/92 above  BAG/13/10/98  14 May 1756

Feoffment by John Gray of Ecclesall, blacksmith, to John Gray of Little Sheffield, blacksmith, his son, of a messuage at Banner Cross in Ecclesall, and closes. With abstract for registration at Wakefield  BAG/13/10/99  30 May 1759

Conveyance by John Gray to his son John Gray of a messuage at Banner Cross and closes, subject to an annuity for the life of the former  BAG/13/10/100  1 and 2 June 1759

Lease for 21 years by John Gray the younger of Little Sheffield, blacksmith, to Lord John Murray of Bannercross of a messuage in Ecclesall Bierlow and closes  BAG/13/10/101  6 July 1759

Mortgage by John Gray the younger to Thomas Bland of Sheffield, innkeeper, of a messuage at Banner Cross in the possession of Lord John Murray. With bond  BAG/13/10/102  24 May 1763

Mortgage by John Gray the younger to John Senyor, yeoman, of a messuage at Banner Cross and closes  BAG/13/10/103  24 March 1764

Mortgage by Thomas Bright of Sheffield, gent., and Margaret, his wife, to Henry Wilmot of Bloomsbury Square, co. Middx., esq., of closes in Ecclesall near Dove House and another close in Ecclesall  BAG/13/10/104  1 and 2 Oct. 1767

Will of Thomas Hammond of Tapton Hill in Ecclesall, yeoman  BAG/13/10/105  13 Oct. 1767. Probate, 27 April 1772

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by John Tyas against Henry Wilmot, esq., respecting land in Ecclesall  BAG/13/10/106  28 Nov. 1767

Indenture of covenants between Thomas Bright of Sheffield, gent., and William Harrison of Hooton Roberts, clerk, respecting premises concerned in BAG/13/10/104 above  BAG/13/10/107  28 June 1768

"A schedule of part of the Writings belonging to Mr. John Wilson's Estate at Dobbin Hill in Ecclesall Bierlow."  BAG/13/10/108  1716-68

Letter of attorney by Thomas Bland to William Hall and Joseph Bertles to transfer his estate in the mortgage concerned in BAG/13/10/102 above  BAG/13/10/109  9 Jan. 1770

Assignment from Thomas Bland, by William Hall his attorney, to John Gray the younger of a mortgage of a messuage at Banner Cross  BAG/13/10/110  28 Jan. 1771

Conveyance by John Senyor of Barnsley, butcher, by the appointment of John Gray the younger, to John Brookes of Sheffield, merchant, of the messuage etc. concerned in BAG/13/10/103 above. With final concord  BAG/13/10/111  25 May 1771

Conveyance by Joseph Hammond of Whiston, gent., to John Brookes of Sheffield, merchant, of a close called the Nether Ox pasture near Brincliffe Edge in Sheffield parish and a parcel of land adjoining  BAG/13/10/112  2 and 3 Aug. 1773

Release by Samuel Alsop of Ecclesall Byerlow, whitesmith, and Ann, his wife, to John Brookes of Sheffield, merchant, of rights of dower respecting the said Ann. With final concord and counterpart  BAG/13/10/113  27 April 1774

Assignment by Walter Oborne [sic] of Ravenfield, esq. (by the direction of Joseph Wilson of High field in Ecclesall Bierlow, merchant, and Anne, his wife), to Samuel Broomhead of Sheffield, cutler (trustee for Joseph Broomhead and Benjamin Broomhead, both of Sheffield, factors), of a mortgage respecting 4 tenements and a close at Highfields and also 4 tenements and 2 closes at Dobbin Hill  BAG/13/10/114  21 Jan. 1775

Memorandum of an agreement between Thomas Newbould, George Greaves and William Parker (assignees of the estate of Joseph Wilson), of the one part, and James Wheat of Sheffield, gent., of the other part, respecting messuages, lands and premises at Dobbing hill in Ecclesall Byerlow  BAG/13/10/115  2 Oct. 1775

Sale by the Commissioners of Bankruptcy (for Joseph Wilson of Highfield in Sheffield parish, merchant) to George Greaves of Sheffield, merchant, and others of a capital messuage and premises and lands at Highfield  BAG/13/10/116  16 Jan. 1776

Conveyance by Samuel Broomhead and Benjamin Broomhead, by the direction of George Greaves, Joseph Wilson and others, to James Wheat of 4 tenements and lands with appurtenances at Dobbin Hill in Ecclesall Byerlow  BAG/13/10/117  2 and 3 April 1776

Agreement between Thomas Bright of Sheffield, gent., and William Harrison of Hooton Roberts, clerk, respecting parcels of land in Ecclesall near Dove House and Maihon Bank  BAG/13/10/118  2 Oct. 1776

"Short Abstract of Mr. Brights Title to Lands near Brincliffe Edge in Ecclesall."  BAG/13/10/119  1696-1776

Conveyance by James Wheat of Sheffield, gent., to Lord John Murray of Banner Cross of 4 tenements and 2 closes at Dobbin Hill  BAG/13/10/120  1 and 2 April 1777

Mortgage by Daniel Plowman of Banner Cross, servant, by the appointment of Lord John Murray, to Thomas Linley of Beauchief Liberty, co. Derby, husbandman, of 4 messuages and closes at Dobbing Hill in Ecclesall Bierlow  BAG/13/10/121  3 and 4 April 1777

Release by Ann Worral of Ecclesale Byerlow, widow, Edward Pinder of the same, farmer, and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Ashforth of Brintcliff Edge, cutler, to Lord John Murray of Banner Cross, of a cottage at Banner Cross in the possession of the said Ann, and a croft  BAG/13/10/122  24 Feb. 1778

"Mr. Tophams Certificate of Incumberances affecting the Estates of Mr. Thos. Bright."  BAG/13/10/123  24 Oct. 1778

Assignment by William Harrison of Hooton Roberts, clerk, to Thomas Stead of Burrowlee in Ecclesfield parish, gent., of 5 closes in Ecclesall near Dove House and a messuage  BAG/13/10/124  17 and 18 Nov. 1778

Conveyance by John Brookes of Sheffield, merchant, and Sarah, his wife, to Lord John Murray, of a messuage at Banner Cross and 3 closes adjoining  BAG/13/10/125  3 and 4 Aug. 1779

Mortgage by the above John Murray to the above John Brookes of a messuage at Banner Cross and 3 closes called the Oxpastures and Offerton field and 2 pieces of land at Brintcliff Edge  BAG/13/10/126  5 Aug. 1779

Final concord between John Murray, esq., plaintiff, and John Brooks and Sarah, his wife, deforciants, respecting 2 messuages, 2 cottages and land in Ecclesal Byerlow. 3 weeks from Trin. With counterpart  BAG/13/10/127  1779

Assignment of trust by John Nodder of Cuthorpe in Brampton parish, co. Derby, gent., by the direction of Joseph Hammond of Whiston, gent., and the above John Brookes, to Lord John Murray, respecting the Nether Ox pasture  BAG/13/10/128  26 Jan. 1780

Confirmation by the Hon. Mary Murray to John Brookes of BAG/13/10/125 and BAG/13/10/126 above  BAG/13/10/129  15 Oct. 1781

Conveyance by Thomas Steade of Burrowlee, gent., at the request of Thomas Bright and Lord John Murray, to Joseph Clay of Bridgehouses, esq., and Peter Pegge of Beauchief, co. Derby, esq., of 5 closes in Ecclesal near Dove House, and a messuage adjoining  BAG/13/10/130  17 and 18 May 1782

Conveyance by Thomas Linley of Beauchief, co. Derby, husbandman, by the direction of Lord John Murray and Peter Pegge, to James Wheat of Sheffield, gent., of 2 tenements and land assigned to Thomas on the 4 April 1777  BAG/13/10/131  31 March and 1 April 1783

Miscellaneous papers respecting Ecclesall.  BAG/13/10/132  18th cent

13 Items.

Certificate of contract for the redemption of land tax respecting William Murray of Bradenham, co. Bucks., esq  BAG/13/10/133  19 March 1804

Lease for 2 years by William Murray of Ashby, co. Linc., Brigadier General, to Thomas Gillot of Sheffield, brickmaker, of clay beds underneath the said William's lands at Banner Cross, with licence to search for and use such clay. With copy  BAG/13/10/134  2 Nov. 1805

Lease for 15 years by William Murray to Abraham Hill of Whitely Wood, saw manufacturer, and others of a seam of coal called the Black Coal in Ecclesall Bierlow with appurtenances  BAG/13/10/135  25 March 1806

Articles of agreement between Major General William Foxlow Murray and John, Duke of Atholl, respecting estates in cos. York and Derby  BAG/13/10/136  27 June 1811

"Particulars of Estates in the County of York to be Sold by Auction by Mr. Bishop" [incl. Banner Cross House]. Printed  BAG/13/10/137  30 Aug. 1811

2 Copies.

Extracts from title deeds and writings relating to estates of Lt.-Gen. William Foxlow Murray  BAG/13/10/138  1808-12

23 Items.

Conveyance by the Rev. James Blackburn, with the consent of the Duke of Atholl and William Murray, to Peter Pegge Burnell, late of Beauchief, co. Derby, now of Winkburne, co. Nott., esq., of lands in Yorkshire and Derbyshire upon trust  BAG/13/10/139  4 and 5 June 1813

Lease for a year by the Duke of Atholl and Peter Pegge Burnell to Lt.-Gen. William Murray of Banner Cross with appurtenances, premises and land  BAG/13/10/140  26 June 1816

Indenture of covenants between the Rev. William Bagshaw, Vicar of Buckminster, co. Leic., and Anne, his wife, of the one part, and John, Duke of Atholl, of the other part, respecting the production of certain title deeds. Copy  BAG/13/10/141  24 Nov. 1819

Memoranda and bills respecting building at Banner Cross  BAG/13/10/142  1817-21

121 Items.

"Schedule of Deeds delivered to The Revd. Wm. Bagshaw and his Wife by the Survivg. Trustee under the Will of the late Joseph Clay, esqr."  BAG/13/10/143  9 Oct. 1822

Assignment by the surviving executors of James Wheat and John Brookes, to Benjamin Wyatt, trustee of Anne, wife of the Rev. William Bagshaw, of two outstanding terms of years affecting estates at Banner Cross  BAG/13/10/144  21 Dec. 1822

Mutual general releases between the Rev. William Bagshawe, of the one part, and Sir William Chambers Bagshawe and William John Bagshawe, of the other part. With bill  BAG/13/10/145  30 Sept. 1825

Papers in various lawsuits of the Rev. William Bagshawe  BAG/13/10/146  1799-1843

24 Items.

Valuations of tenant rights on a farm at Carter Knowle. With bill  BAG/13/10/147  1842, 1844

Rentals respecting Banner Cross  BAG/13/10/148  1832-47

17 Items.

FIRBECK  [no ref. or date]

Sale by George Leveret of Firbeck alias Firthbeck, gent., to Nicholas Saunderson of the Ewes, yeoman, of a moiety of a messuage and a close in Firbeck  BAG/13/10/149  28 Jan. 1589

FULWOOD  [no ref. or date]

Release of right by Lawrence Hall the elder of Fulwood, yeoman, and his son Lawrence Hall to Ulisses Fox of the Ewes, yeoman, in 2 closes in Fulwood  BAG/13/10/150  23 April 1622

Sale by Lawrence Hall the younger of Fullwood, yeoman, to Ulisses Fox of the Ewes, yeoman, of 2 closes in Fulwood  BAG/13/10/151  21 April 1626

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by John Rawson and Robert Stone against Ulisses Fox respecting lands with appurtenances in Fullwood and Sheffield  BAG/13/10/152  17 May 1626

Extracts from proceedings at Sheffield manorial courts respecting land in Fulwood and Hallam  BAG/13/10/153  1439-1666

17 Items.

Indenture of covenants between George Fox of Fullwood Hall, gent., and William Fox of the Ewes, son of the said George, of the one part, and Edward Turner of Bernardes Inne in St. Andrewes parish, co. Middx., gent., and Francis Gregge of the same county, gent., to suffer a plea of recovery of 4 messuages, lands and appurtenances in Smallfield in Bradfield Chappellry, Fullwood, Sheffield and Morehall. With copy  BAG/13/10/154  21 and 22 Oct. 1690

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by Joseph Yate, gent., against Edward Turner and Francis Gregg, gentlemen, respecting 4 messuages and land with appurtenances in Fullwood, Sheffield, Morehall, Smalefeild and Bradfeild. With copy  BAG/13/10/155  28 Nov. 1690

Articles of agreement between William Fox of Fullwood Hall, gent., and George Fox of the same, his brother, respecting the former's messuages, lands and premises in the manor of Sheffield and of Smallefield  BAG/13/10/156  5 Sept. 1695

Extracts from proceedings at the Court Baron of Sheffield manor respecting William Fox, George Fox and land in Fulwood (incl. Fulwood Hall) and Hallam  BAG/13/10/157  3 March 1698

3 Items.

Articles of agreement between William Fox of Fulwood, gent., and George Fox of the same, gent., in a dispute concerning lands in Fulwood and Hallam  BAG/13/10/158  19 Oct. 1698

Indenture of covenants between the above William and George Fox for the levying of a fine respecting lands of the said William in Fullwood, Hallam and Smallfeild  BAG/13/10/159  25 Oct. 1698

Surrender by William Fox of a capital messuage with appurtenances in Hallam and Fullwood. (Extract from proceedings at the Court Baron of the manor of Sheffield.)  BAG/13/10/160  1 Dec. 1698

Final concord between John Shiercliffe, gent., and George Fox, gent., plaintiffs, and Robert Wingfeild, gent., and Martha, his wife, Francis Reresby, gent., and Alice, his wife, and William Fox, gent., deforciants, respecting messuages and lands in Ardsley, Fullwood, Smallfeild, and Bradfeild chapelry, a moiety of 6 acres of land and meadow in Smallfield and Bradfield chapelry, and a quarter of a messuage and 20 acres in Haldworth and Bradfield chapelry  BAG/13/10/161  15 days from Trin., 1699

Similar extract to 13/10/160 above respecting a surrender by George Fox  BAG/13/10/162  23 Dec. 1699

Memorandum of an agreement between William and George Fox respecting the sale of their estate in Fulwood  BAG/13/10/163  19 March 1700

Lease for 500 years by George Fox to William Sitwell of Sheffeild, gent., of 3 closes in Fullwood  BAG/13/10/164  17 Aug. 1702

Judgment in a case between George Fox and William Sitwell  BAG/13/10/165  1702

Bond of indemnity of Henry Balguy of Hope, co. Derby, to Robert Turie of Sheffeild, clerk  BAG/13/10/166  20 Oct. 1703

Copy of a judgment between John Fox, gent., and George Fox, gent  BAG/13/10/167  Hil., 1706

2 Items.

Bond of Samuel Morewood of Little Sheffeild, gent., and George Fox of Fullwood, gent., to John Fox of Sheffeild parish, gent., for performance of covenants  BAG/13/10/168  1 Aug. 1706

Assignment by Mary Sittwell, widow of William Sittwel [sic], by the direction of George Fox, to John Kent of Sheffeild, chandler, of closes concerned in BAG/13/10/164 above  BAG/13/10/169  6 Aug. 1706

Assignment by Mary Sitwell to John Fox of a judgment obtained by her late husband William against George Fox  BAG/13/10/170  20 Oct. 1706

Conveyance by Thomas Wright of Sheffeild, gent., to John Fox of the same, gent., of a messuage and closes at Fulwood  BAG/13/10/171  1 and 2 Nov. 1706

Conveyance by George Fox to John Fox of Sheffeild, gent., of closes in Fulwood and all the pews in Sheffeild church or Bradfeild and Ecclesall chapels belonging to Fulwood Hall. With bond  BAG/13/10/172  3 March 1707

Bond of George Fox of Fullwood Hall, gent., and Samuel Moorwood of Little Sheffeild, gent., to John Fox of Sheffeild Parke, gent., respecting a surrender of Fullwood Hall, Newfeild alias Wellfeild House and closes  BAG/13/10/173  24 Sept. 1707

Bond of John Silvester of Birth-thwaite, gent., to John Fox of Sheffeild Parke, gent., respecting a surrender of Fullwood Hall, Newfeild alias Wellfeild House and closes. With draft  BAG/13/10/174  24 Sept. 1707

Release by Henry Balgay of Hope, co. Derby, esq., to John Fox of Sheffeild Parke, gent., of all right in 3 closes at Fullwood  BAG/13/10/175  5 April 1709

Paper in a case between George Fox, complainant, and John Fox, defendant  BAG/13/10/176  Hil., 1714

Assignment by John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, gent., to Joshua Birks of Norton Lee in Norton parish, co. Derby, yeoman, of a lease of land called Bole Hill in the lordship of Sheffield. Endorsed: "Lands in Fulwood."  BAG/13/10/177  20 June 1721

Memorandum of an admittance of Hannah, wife of George Hawke, to Fullwood Hall and other lands and premises. (Extract from proceedings at the Court Baron of the Manor of Sheffield.)  BAG/13/10/178  25 Feb. 1746

Conveyance by Thomas Allin of Leavy Greave, cutler, and Mary, his wife, William Hoole of Tinsley, gent., Sarah Mycock of Sheffield, widow, and others to the Rev. John Clarkson of Silkstone, of closes in Fullwood, and covenants respecting a surrender of Fullwood Hall with closes and appurtenances  BAG/13/10/179  13 and 14 Nov. 1752

Extract from proceedings at Sheffield Court Baron respecting a surrender of Fullwood Hall and closes there to the use of the Rev. John Clarkson of Silkstone  BAG/13/10/180  16 Nov. 1752

Mortgage by William Green of Berners Street, Oxford Rd., in St. Mary Le Bone parish, co. Middx., esq., and others to George Greaves of Sheffield, merchant, of closes in Fullwood, appurtenances of Fullwood Hall. With bond  BAG/13/10/181  4 March 1780

Admittance of George Greaves of Sheffield to a capital messuage called Fullwood Hall and closes in Fullwood. (Extract from proceedings at the Court Baron of the manor of Sheffield.)  BAG/13/10/182  23 Sept. 1784

Conveyance by William Green, late of Berners St., Oxford Rd., in St. Mary Le Bone parish, co. Middx., now of Boulogne, and others to George Greaves of Sheffield, merchant, of Fullwood Hall and closes in Fullwood  BAG/13/10/183  29 and 30 Nov. 1784

Indenture of covenants between William Walker of Wembley, co. Middx., surgeon, and others, and George Greaves of Sheffield, merchant, and others for the production of title deeds respecting the same  BAG/13/10/184  30 Nov. 1784

Bond of indemnity of Francis Biddulph of Charing Cross, co. Middx., esq., and others to George Greaves of Sheffield, clothier  BAG/13/10/185  30 Nov. 1784

Release by Charles, Earl of Surrey, to George Greaves of Sheffield, merchant, respecting Fullwood Hall and closes  BAG/13/10/186  20 June 1785

Lease for 15 years by George Bustard Greaves of Page Hall in Ecclesfield parish, merchant, to Robert Marshall of Stannington in Ecclesfield parish, husbandman, of Fullwood Hall with closes  BAG/13/10/187  29 March 1788

Miscellaneous bills relating to Fulwood Hall  BAG/13/10/188  c. 1785-97

27 Items.

Miscellaneous papers concerning exchanges of land with the Duke of Norfolk  BAG/13/10/189  c. 1802-5

19 Items.

Release by Philip Gell of Hopton, co. Derby, esq., to George Bustard Greaves of Elmsall Lodge, esq., of closes at Fullwood and Upper Hallam  BAG/13/10/190  14 July 1828

Bond of Bennet Woodcroft of Manchester, co. Lanc., gent., to George Greaves of Elmsall Lodge in South Kirkby parish, and others, respecting a well at Fulwood  BAG/13/10/191  7 July 1837

Lease for 21 years by the Sheffield Town Collector and his assistants to the Rev. Richard Walker of Fullwood, of a parcel of land at Fullwood  BAG/13/10/192  31 Oct. 1839

HALLAM  [no ref. or date]

Articles of agreement between John Unwin of Hoyle House in Sheffield parish, yeoman, and John Unwin of Whiteley Wood, carpenter, respecting a messuage called Hoyle House in Hallam  BAG/13/10/193  24 Dec. 1689

Bond of John Unwin, late of Hoyle House, yeoman, to Joseph Banks of Sheffeild, gent., respecting [...] a messuage called Hoyle House in Hallam  BAG/13/10/194  10 Jan. 1697/8

Surrenders respecting Hoyle House, 1690, 1698, 1707, 1721. (Extracts from proceedings at the Court Baron of the manor of Sheffield.)  BAG/13/10/195  nd

"An assesment [sic] made for the Necessary relief of the Poor and for other purposes Mention'd in the Several Acts of Parliament relating to the poor. For the Township of Upper Hallam."  BAG/13/10/196  27 Oct. 1809

HATFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Release by Godfrey Heathcote of Chesterfield, co. Derby, gent. (sole executor of John Bright, late of Chesterfield, esq.), and Mary Dalton, late of Chesterfield, now of Banner Cross, spinster (grandaughter and heir-at-law of the said John Bright), by the direction of John Hatfield the elder of Hatfield, gent., to John Hatfield of Laughton en le Morthen, his son, of 6 closes in Hatfield  BAG/13/10/197  1 June 1754

LINTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 21 years by William, Duke of Devonshire to William Bagshaw of Coats Hall, esq., of mines on Grassington out Moor  BAG/13/10/198  10 Sept. 1774

Lease for 21 years by William, Duke of Devonshire to William Bagshaw of Banner Cross, clerk, of the allotment called Glory on Grassington Moor in Linton parish  BAG/13/10/199  25 June 1821

OUGHTIBRIDGE  [no ref. or date]

Will of Henry Hall of Aughtibrigg in Bradfield Chappellry, yeoman. (Imperf.)  BAG/13/10/200  n.d. [19th cent.]

RAWMARSH  [no ref. or date]

Assignment by Elizabeth Waynwright, widow of Samuel Waynwright, late of Upper Hough in Rawmarsh parish, gent., to Richard Youle, alderman of Chesterfield, co. Derby, of the manor of Rawmarsh  BAG/13/10/201  25 Sept. 1673

Lease for 21 years by the Chapter of the Collegiate Church of the Blessed Mary the Virgin, Southwell, co. Nott., to Richard Youle of Chesterfeild, co. Derby, gent., of the manor of Rawmarsh  BAG/13/10/202  12 April 1677

Court Roll of the manor of Rawmarsh. 1 m. (Imperf.)  BAG/13/10/203  1728-9

Lease for 21 years by the above Chapter to John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, esq., of the manor of Rawmarsh  BAG/13/10/204  20 Jan. 1736/7

Similar lease to James, Duke of Atholl, of the manor of Rawmarsh  BAG/13/10/205  30 May 1759

Schedule of deeds relating to a leasehold estate at Rawmarsh belonging to Benjamin Sharpe and mortaged to Lt.-Gen. William Murray  BAG/13/10/206  1815

2 Copies.

"A plan of the premises on the N.W. side of Rawmarsh Church."  BAG/13/10/207  16 May 1839

Miscellaneous correspondence and papers respecting an estate at Rawmarsh  BAG/13/10/208  1788-1844

73 Items.

Rentals of an estate at Rawmarsh  BAG/13/10/209  1841-47

8 Items.

ROSSINGTON  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by William Murray of Banner Cross, esq., to Joseph Clay of Bridgehouses, esq., and Peter Pegge of Beauchief, co. Derby, esq., of a parcel of the commons of Rossington with the dwelling house called Shooters Hill erected on it. Copy  BAG/13/10/210  30 Dec. 1791

SALTERFORTH  [no ref. or date]

"Abstract of the Revd. Wm. Bagshaw's Title to a Messuage and Lands at Salterforth-Lane Head."  BAG/13/10/211  17th-19th cent

SHEFFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Will of George Wild of Hall Carr in Sheffield parish, yeoman. Copy  BAG/13/10/212  23 Dec. 1689

Will of Anthony Milnes of Sheffeild, cutler  BAG/13/10/213  5 Jan. 1692/3

Assignment by Bankruptcy Commissioners of Samuel Watson of Sheffeild, mercer, to John Bright of Chesterfeild, co. Derby, merchant, of all the lands, tenements, etc., which the said Samuel had when he became bankrupt  BAG/13/10/214  23 Feb. 1707/8

Renunciation by Anne White of Sheffield, widow, mother of the above Samuel Watson, of all her right to the administration of Samuel's goods  BAG/13/10/215  10 March 1712/13

Letters of Administration of the above Samuel Watson  BAG/13/10/216  15 May 1713

Lease for 21 years by John Bright of Banner Crosse, gent., to Thomas Bocking of Bridge houses, maltster, of a messuage at Bridge houses in Sheffield parish. With counterpart  BAG/13/10/217  2 May 1716

Lease for 21 years by Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, to John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, esq., of two third parts of tithes of corn, grain and hay on land south of the river Sheafe in Sheffield parish. With terrier  BAG/13/10/218  1 Aug. 1720

Will of Thomas Wilson of Sheffield, shearsmith. Copy  BAG/13/10/219  24 Dec. 1737

Will of Hannah Hawke of Levy-Greave in Sheffield parish, widow. Copy  BAG/13/10/220  11 June 1748

General letter of attorney by George Hawke of Sheffield, cutler, to John Webster, cutler, and William Fairbank, schoolmaster, both of the same  BAG/13/10/221  15 Feb. 1752

Lease for a year by Joseph Webster of Sheffield, cutler, to Thomas Hudson of Crooksmoor in Sheffield parish, yeoman, of a messuage in Campo-lane in Sheffield  BAG/13/10/222  18 Nov. 1755

Will of John Gray of Little Sheffield in Sheffield parish, blacksmith. Copy  BAG/13/10/223  23 Sept. 1764

Will of Robert Clay of Bridgehouses in Sheffield parish, gent. 12 Feb. 1783. Codicils, 23 Dec. 1784, 11 March 1785. With copy  BAG/13/10/224  nd

"An Act for Dividing and Inclosing several Commons and Waste Grounds, Common Fields, and Mesne Inclosures, within the Manor of Sheffield." (Printed.)  BAG/13/10/225  1791

Will of Joseph Clay of Bridgehouse in Sheffield parish, esq  BAG/13/10/226  16 May 1797

SMALLFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Settlement after the marriage of George Fox of Smallfield, gent., and Dorothy, daughter of Henry Balgay the elder of Rowlee, co. Derby, gent  BAG/13/10/227  1 Nov. 1665

Conveyance by William Fox of Fullwood, gent., to George Fox of Smallfield, gent., his brother, of lands and tenements in Small Feild in the chapelry of Bradfeild and closes in Fullwood  BAG/13/10/228  25 Oct. 1698

Conveyance by George Fox of Fullwood, gent., to Thomas Wright of Sheffeild, gent., of a messuage and lands at Smallfeild in Bradfeild chapelry and a freehold estate and 3 closes at Fullwood conveyed to him by William Fox his brother  BAG/13/10/229  24 and 25 May 1704

Final concord between Dicinsin Nobill, gent., plaintiff, and Samuel Morewood and Elizabeth, his wife, William Stones, clerk, and Elizabeth, his wife, Joseph Creswick and Deborah, his wife, Thomas Wright, gent., and Mary, his wife, and George Fox, deforciants, of 7 messuages, premises and land in Oakes, Bradfeild, Dungworth, Haldworth, Button Hill, Ecclesall, Hallam, Walkley, Sheffeild, Coates alias Coytes, Fullwood, Smallfeild, Bradefeild chapelry, Sheffeild parish, Ecclesfeild, Silkston and Peniston, and tithes of corn, grain and hay, etc. in Coates alias Coytes, and the parishes of Silkston and Peniston. 15 days from Trin  BAG/13/10/230  1707

Release by George Fox of Fullwood, gent., and John Fox of Sheffeild parke, gent., to Samuel Morewood of the Oakes in Bradfeild Chappellrey, gent., of a messuage and closes at Smallfeild. Copy  BAG/13/10/231  5 July 1709

STUMPERLOW  [no ref. or date]

Extracts from proceedings at the Court Baron of the manor of Sheffield respecting surrenders of a messuage and closes at Stumperlow.  BAG/13/10/232  1678, 1685, 1707, 1708, 1712, 1718

6 Items.

Similar extracts respecting the admittance of John Bright of Chesterfield, co. Derby, esq., to the same  BAG/13/10/233  26 June 1735

YORK  [no ref. or date]

Sale by Jonas Watterhowse of Bradford, gent., and Katherine, his wife (late wife of John Lister of York, gent., deceased), to Richard Brewster of York, gent., of a messuage with the adjoining building, used for a kiln and malting, and premises in Old Cony streete, York  BAG/13/10/234  21 July 1630

Schedule of deeds respecting a messuage and premises in Old Coney Street, York  BAG/13/10/235  1620-1701

Memorandum of an agreement between William Alderson of York, bricklayer, and John Dalton of the same respecting a house, malt kiln, brewhouse and premises in Londal Street, York  BAG/13/10/236  17 Sept. 1717

Final concord between John Prescott, gent., Thomas Benson and John Dalton, plaintiffs, and Jonathan Halliday, gent., and Mary, his wife, and William Alderson and Anne, his wife, deforciants, respecting 3 messuages and premises with appurtenances in St. Wilfrid's parish, York  BAG/13/10/237  3 Feb. 1719

"Presentments [respecting St. Wilfrid's], given in at St. Michael Belfreys visitation."  BAG/13/10/238  25 Aug. 1730

Certificate by James Barnard, esq., Lord Mayor of the city of York, that Richard Dalton of York, merchant, is freed from all tolls and other customs  BAG/13/10/239  11 Aug. 1735

Bond of indemnity of Richard Addy of New-park, yeoman, and William Dalton of York, brewer, to Roger Overend of Acomb in York, gent  BAG/13/10/240  11 Aug. 1739

Bond of John Dalton the younger of York, barber surgeon, John Lambert of the same, gent., John Dalton the elder of the same, brewer, and others to the Mayor and Commonalty of York, for the performance of a charitable use called Sir Thomas White's Charity  BAG/13/10/241  23 July 1742

Valuation of Lord John Murray's houses at York  BAG/13/10/242  Late 18th cent

SUPPLEMENTARY CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS (V. sup., p. 6.)  BAG/XIV-XXII  [n.d.]

WILLIAM BAGSHAWE (d. 1756) AND HIS WIFE MARY, NÉE WINGFIELD (d. 1754)  BAG/XIV  [n.d.]

WILLIAM BAGSHAWE  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence  BAG/14/1/1-31  [n.d.]

Family and Relations  BAG/14/1/1-7  1711-1751

Contents:
Col. Samuel Bagshaw (1751); John and Thomas Hardwar (1711-28), 3; William Wildman (n.d.); Rev. Henry Winder of Liverpool (1740), 2.

Others  BAG/14/1/8-31  1716-1754

Contents:
John Acton (1747); Alexander Barker (1745); Thomas Birtles (1748); Francis Bower (1747); Edward Brereton (1754); Lord Charles Cavendish (n.d.); Joshua Clay (1731); Isaac Clegg (1749); William, 3rd Duke of Devonshire (1749-51), 4; West Fenton (1725); Samuel Foxlowe (1751); B. Greaves (n.d.); William, Marquess of Hartington (1749); B. Hodgson (n.d.); Simon Jacson (1750); Robert Longden (1741); Robert Middleton (1729); W. Mills (n.d.); Rt. Hon. John Ponsonby (1751); John Slack (1746); P. Withington (1716).

Accounts and papers  BAG/14/2/1-21  1706-1750

Contents:
Papers respecting his marriage to Mary Wingfield (1727-31), 3; miscellaneous papers (1706-26), 2; accounts (various) (1724-50), (A number concern the legacy left by the Rev. William Bagshawe to be distributed to the poor of Glossop and Charlesworth.) 16.

MARY BAGSHAWE  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence  BAG/14/3/1-10  1705-1758

Contents:
Col. Samuel Bagshawe (1758); Anne Clarke (n.d.); Miss Clarke (n.d.); E. Clegg (1737); Robert Newton (1747); Margaret Pole (n.d.); Priscilla Wildman, sister (1750); Ferdinando Wingfield, brother (1705-14), 3.

Miscellaneous papers  BAG/14/3/11-15  1726-7

5 Items.

COLONEL SAMUEL BAGSHAWE (d. 1762)  BAG/XV  [n.d.]

Personal Correspondence  BAG/15/1/1-43  [n.d.]

Relations  BAG/15/1/1-7  1748-1761

Contents:
Nathaniel Bagshawe (1761); William Bagshawe of Ford (1751), 2; Lady Ann Caldwell (1757); Henry Caldwell (1753); Sir James Caldwell (1751); Fanny Young (1748).

Others  BAG/15/1/8-43  1751-1762

Contents:
William, 2nd Earl of Bessborough (1761); John Birtles (1758); Edward Brereton (1751); Lord George Cavendish (1759-61), 3; Sir Henry Cavendish (1761), 2; Joseph Clegg (1758); Thomas Colley (1757); 3rd and 4th Dukes of Devonshire (1745-62), 13; Mr. Evatt (1757); Anthony Garmonsway (1751); Francis Gisborne (1761); John Goddard (1758); Mrs. D. Hart (1759), 2; William Kellett (n.d.); John Kirby (1762); Thomas Middleton (1762); Richard Robinson (1762); fragments, 3.

Military Correspondence and Papers  BAG/15/2/1-26  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/15/2/1-8  1747-1780

Contents:
William Lushington (1753); Major John Melvill (n.d.); Capt. William Trench (1760-80), 4; Lt.-Col. Edward Windus (1761); Daniel Wright, surgeon (1747).

Papers  BAG/15/2/9-26  1738-1760

Contents:
Military appointments, 1738-60, 10; respecting the expedition to the coast of France in 1746, 5; petition to the King, 1758, with copy, 2; effective Roll of Capt. Trench's Company, 1760.

Personal Papers and Accounts  BAG/15/3/1-35  [n.d.]

Contents:
Fragment of a diary, 1740-2; respecting the settlement before his marriage to Catherine Caldwell, 1751-8, 3; miscellaneous personal papers, 1748-75 (includes an Irish House of Commons Division List c. 1750), 11; accounts (various), 1755-64,20.

ANNE BAGSHAWE, NÉE FOXLOWE (d. 1844)  BAG/XVI  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/16/1/1-140  [n.d.]

Family and relations  BAG/16/1/1-11  1797-1842

Contents:
Rev. William Bagshawe, husband (c. 1821); Lady Bateman, née Gisborne (1829), 2; Charles Bedford (1819); Rev. Francis Foxlowe, brother (1821); Jane Foxlowe (1842); Francis Gisborne of Staveley (1800); Mrs. Gisborne of Yoxall Lodge (1797); Henry Marwood Greaves (1828, 1835), 2; Hon. Mrs. Vesey Knox, née Gisborne (n.d.).

Others  BAG/16/1/12-140  1797-1842

Contents:
Bagshawe family of the Oaks (1829-42), 9; William Bekes (1797); A. Bilbie (1816); Mary Bilbie (1838-40), 3; Susanna Birnell (n.d.); Mrs. Broadrick (n.d.); Archibald Brounlie (1797); Isaac Hawkins Browne (n.d.); Miss M. Browne (1834, 1835), 2; Mrs. M. N. Burke (1801); Ernestina Burnett (1837); Mary Ann Butler (1837); S. Butterfield (1821), 2; Sir Francis Chantrey (1819); Elizabeth Charge (1831), 2; A. Cove (1815); Mrs. E. Fowler (1818); Marian Garner (c. 1840-2), 3; Ellen Greaves (1824); Elizabeth Grundy (1833); Rev. George Hall (1843), 3; Sarah Hardern (1837, 1838), 2; Arabella Harrison (1840-1), 4; Charlotte Harrison (1844), 3; H. Hendrie (1818), 3; A. S. Hetherington (1837), 3; Catherine Heyrich (1816); archdeacon Hill (1839); John Holland (1823-31), 3; John Hutchinson (1822), 2; William Jenkins (1797); Mrs. S. Gally Knight (1814-15), 3; Nancy Mackenzie (1837-8), 3; James Montgomery (1827, 1838), 2; Elizabeth Moody (1814); Mrs. A. Moore (1821); John Moore (1836-7), 3; Charlotte Mower (1811, 1813), 2; Elizabeth Myers (1838-40), 3; Miss Myers (n.d.); Harriet Popham (1832); Emily Read (n.d.); John Read (1826), 2; Elizabeth Richardson (n.d.), 2; Margaret Rodgers (1840), 2; Miss Roe (1815); Mary Ann Severne (1836); Silcock family (1825-40), 9; J. Singleton (1841); Mrs. E. Slacke (1843-4), 4; A. B. Slater (1841); Mary Ann Smith (1834-40), 4; S. Smith (1829); Harriet Spencer (1833), 2; Mary Sterndale (1818); Maria Stevens (1834), 3; Eliza Taylor (1833); A. M. Thomas (c. 1840); Henry Thomas (1841); Thomas Henry Travis (1842); Joseph Walker (1831); White Watson (1823); S. Wheelhouse (1839); Jane Whyles (1797); James Wilson (1830, 1841), 2; fragments, etc. (19th cent.), 3.

Accounts  BAG/16/2/1-19  1782-1844

Contents:
Mainly concerning Banner Cross house and garden.

Foxlowe correspondence and papers  BAG/16/3/1-48  1743-1834

Contents:
Samuel Foxlowe, from his son Thomas (1787), 2; Dorothy Foxlowe, née Gisborne, from members of the Gisborne family (1743-82), 8; Rev. Francis Foxlowe, from relations and the Cavendish family (1800-34), 7; Jane Foxlowe, née Slater Rebow, from relations (1820-43), 3; Mary Foxlowe, née Milne, from relations (1822-34), 6; papers and accounts (1789-1841), of which a number concern Foxlowe wills, 21; memoranda book of Samuel Foxlowe of Staveley Hall (1770-4).

Gisborne(Anne Bagshawe was the daughter of Samuel Foxlowe and his wife Dorothy (née Gisborne).) correspondence, papers and accounts  BAG/16/4/1-57  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/16/4/1-17  1718-1806

Contents:
Anne Gisborne, née Jacson, from relations (c. 1718-50), 5; Rev. Francis Gisborne (1802-6), 9 (mainly respecting a bequest to Greenwich Hospital); Dr. Thomas Gisborne, from Sir Francis Milman (1805); Rev. Fletcher Dixon and Catherine, his wife, née Gisborne, from relations (1767, 1795), 2.

Papers and accounts  BAG/16/4/18-57  1759-1806

Contents:
Memorandum concerning the settlement before the marriage of the Rev. James Gisborne and Anne Hawkins (1759); settlement before the marriage of Samuel Foxlowe and Dorothy Gisborne (1766); executors' accounts of Lt.-Gen. James Gisborne, M.P. (1778); Chancery suit between the Rev. Fletcher Dixon and his wife Catherine, creditors and legatees of the said Lt.-Gen., and members of the Gisborne family, executors of the same (1778-9), 2; Gisborne wills and testamentary papers (1771-1806), 16; memoranda and accounts of Mrs. Catherine Dixon (1778-89), 1 notebook; miscellaneous papers (18th and 19th cent.), mainly genealogical, 18.

LORD JOHN MURRAY (d. 1787)  BAG/XVII  [n.d.]

Correspondence and papers  BAG/17/1/1-23  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/17/1/1-4  1760-1787

Contents:
Mary, née Dalton, wife (1760); Jean, Duchess of Atholl, née Drummond (1767); Arthur Elliot (1787); J. Wheat (1782).

Papers  BAG/17/1/5-23  1708-1787

Contents:
Advice to his son William, by John, 1st Duke of Atholl (holograph) (1708); instructions of Mary, Duchess of Atholl to her son Lord John Murray (holograph) (1720); memorials of Lord John Murray's services in the army (2 holographs) (c. 1767-8), 3; genealogical notes and pedigrees (18th cent.), 6; inventories of plate and pictures (1770-84), 6; accounts (1749-76), 2.

Families of Bright and Dalton of Banner Cross(Mary Bright married Richard Dalton. Mary, their daughter, married Lord John Murray.)  BAG/17/2/1-4  1670-1813

Contents:
Letter to Robert Bright from James Dixon (1670); letter to John Bright from James Gisborne (1746); pedigree of Robert Dalton, and an affidavit concerning the same (1813), 2.

LIEUTENANT-GENERAL WILLIAM MURRAY, FORMERLY FOXLOWE (d. 1818)  BAG/XVIII  [n.d.]

Personal Correspondence  BAG/18/1/1-38  [n.d.]

Family and relations  BAG/18/1/1-6  1782-1814

Contents:
Mrs. Anne Bagshawe, sister (1803); Rev. William Bagshawe (1811, 1814), 2; John Dalton (1782); Thomas Foxlowe, brother (1787); Mary Murray (1787).

Others  BAG/18/1/7-38  1785-1817

Contents:
John, 4th Duke of Atholl (1810-11), 3; Sir William Chambers Bagshawe (1815); Mrs. M. Burgess (1813); Messrs. Duesbury & Kean, china manufacturers, Derby (1807, 1809), 2; William Elmsall (1785); Mr. Fraser (1811), 2; M. Lawson (1813), 2; John Milne (1804, 1813), 2; Robert Milne (1782, 1811), 2; Edward Orme (1809); William Pontey (1813-17), 9; Charles, 4th Duke of Richmond (1812); William Sleigh (1799); Henry Spicer (1783); William Travis (1810); William Wilberforce (1811); John Winter (1785).

Personal papers and accounts  BAG/18/2/1-79  [n.d.]

Papers  BAG/18/2/1-33  1782-1816

Contents:
Licence to use the surname and arms of Murray (1782); release by William Murray to his father of an annuity (1783); bond of Samuel Foxlowe and William Murray to Samuel Hinde for payment, with memorandum (1792), 2; copy of William Murray's will (1818); pedigree of the same showing his heir at law (1818); inventories of plate and linen (1790-1819), 13; notes respecting the gardens at Banner Cross (1815-16), 12; miscellaneous papers (19th cent.), 2.

Accounts  BAG/18/2/34-79  1784-1820

Contents:
Banner Cross: the house and furnishings (1784-1820), 19; Banner Cross: books (1785-1818), 14; Banner Cross: livery (1789-1806), 5; various (1793-1820), 8.

Military correspondence and papers  BAG/18/3/1-15  1782-1815

Contents:
Lord William Bentinck (1809); Lt.-Gen. Sir Harvey Calvert (1813-15), 3; Messrs. Ross and Ogilvie (1815), 2; military appointments (1782-1813), 8; memorial to Philip, Earl of Hardwicke, Lord-Lt. of Ireland (1802).

HON. MARY MURRAY (d. 1803)  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence and papers  BAG/18/4/1-8  1780-1789

Contents:
Respecting John Dalton of York (1784), 2; Robert Dalton (1793); James Montgomery (1793); Rev. John Murray (1787), 2; Mary Murray (1780); account with William Brailsford of Sheffield (1789).

BAGSHAWES OF THE OAKS  BAG/XIX  [n.d.]

Correspondence, Papers and Accounts  BAG/19/1/1-19/2/153  [n.d.]

ADAM BAGSHAWE (d. 1724)  BAG/19/1/1-8  nd

Contents:
Papers respecting the pedigree and arms of the Bagshawes (18th cent.).

RICHARD BAGSHAWE (d. 1750)  BAG/19/1/9-36  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/19/1/9-21  1705-1732

Contents:
Adam Bagshawe, father (1706-08), 6; Thomas Wildman (1732); drafts to various correspondents (1705-27), 6.

Papers and accounts  BAG/19/1/22-36  1706-1750

Contents:
Inventories (1712-50), 3; genealogical notes (18th cent.), 4; miscellaneous (1706-32), 8.

RICHARD BAGSHAWE (d. 1776)  BAG/19/1/37-43  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/19/1/37-39  1772-1780

Contents:
William, 5th Duke of Devonshire (1780); Andrew Raynes (1772); letter to one of his sisters (n.d.).

Accounts, various (1756-69), 4  BAG/19/1/40-43  nd

WILLIAM BAGSHAWE (d. 1785)  BAG/19/1/44-100  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/19/1/44-79  1746-1804

Contents:
Samuel Bagshawe of Ford, d. 1804 (n.d.); Sarah Hawarth (n.d.); John Archer (1759-83), 3; John Balguy (1784); Rev. William Burrow (1774); respecting Castleton Rectory (1774-83), 14; Lord Frederick Cavendish (1773-9), 7; Lord George Cavendish (1771); Lord John Cavendish (1783); William, 4th Duke of Devonshire (1763); Mrs. M. Jackson (1777); Aymer Riche (1746, 1767), 2; Samuel Salt (1784); Catherine Simpson (1759).

Papers and accounts  BAG/19/1/80-100  1763-1786

Contents:
Inventories (1768-81), 6; papers (18th cent.), 4; accounts (1763-86), 11.

JOHN BAGSHAWE (d. 1791)  BAG/19/1/101-102  1785-1792

Contents:
Letter to the Hon. Edward Perceval (1785); Wormhill inventory (1792).

JOHN BAGSHAWE (d. 1801)  BAG/19/2/1-153  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/19/2/1-50  [n.d.]

Family  BAG/19/2/1-3  1779-1795

Contents:
Ann Bagshawe, sister (1793); Samuel Bagshawe of Ford, brother (1779); Rev. William Bagshawe, brother (1795).

Others  BAG/19/2/4-50  1793-1801

Contents:
Mr. Blore (1795); William and Catherine Cart (1793, 1795), 2; respecting Castleton Rectory (1793-1801), 18; William, 5th Duke of Devonshire (1796), 2; Mr. Dickenson (1792); John Fairfax (1801); Mr. Farquhar (1793); William Garrow (1792); Rev. John Gee (1782); John Greenway (1793, 1798), 2; George Hall (1793), 2; Micah Hall (1785-97), 3; Mr.Heaton (1797); Mr. Hennard (1800); A.L. Maynard (1793); Mr. Nuttall (1801); Mr. Paitson (1797); T. B. Richards (1799); Joseph Walker (1799); Robert Waller (1799); Mary Whittaker (1801), 2; M. Winter (1799), 2.

Papers and accounts  BAG/19/2/51-153  [n.d.]

Contents:
Respecting the Drake family (1625-1816), 51; inventories (1785-97), 7; miscellaneous papers (1762-1802), 8; accounts, various (1781-1803), 37.

SAMUEL BAGSHAWE (d. 1804) AND HIS WIFE CATHERINE NÉE INKSTER (d. 1828)  BAG/XX  [n.d.]

SAMUEL BAGSHAWE  BAG/20/1/1-20/2/15  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/20/1/1-27  [n.d.]

Family and Relations  BAG/20/1/1-14  1763-1801

Contents:
Ann Bagshawe, sister (1784, 1794), 2; Catherine Bagshawe, mother (1763, 1764), 2; John Bagshawe of the Oaks, brother (1801); William Bagshawe of the Oaks (1777-8), 5; Rev. William Bagshawe, brother (1794-1801), 4.

Others  BAG/20/1/15-27  1770-19th c

Contents:
Eusebius Beeston (1784); Rev. John Gee (1783); Micah Hall (1788); Henry Kirk (1788); F. D. Richter (1774); John Shallcross (1770-2), 4; fragments (18th and 19th cent.), 4.

Papers and accounts  BAG/20/2/1-15  1759-1804

Contents:
Commission as Deputy Lt. for the county of Derby (1781); legal opinion of J. Scott, afterwards Earl of Eldon, respecting the will of Col. Samuel Bagshawe (1791); accounts, various (1759-1804), 13.

CATHERINE BAGSHAWE, née INKSTER  BAG/20/3/1-30  [n.d.]

Correspondence  BAG/20/3/1-17  1795-1818

Contents:
Anne Bagshawe (1818); Lady Helen Bagshawe of the Oaks (1816); Rev. William Bagshawe (1818, 1827), 2; Mrs. Inkster, mother (1795); Ann Newton, née Bagshawe (1798-1806), 10; fragments (19th cent.), 2.

Papers and accounts  BAG/20/3/18-30  1805-1828

Contents:
Address of thanks respecting Deed of Trust for the support of Chinley Chapel (1807); valuation of her goods and effects (1828); papers (19th cent.), 4; accounts (1805-18), 7.

REV. WILLIAM BAGSHAWE OF FORD HALL AND BANNER CROSS (d. 1847)  BAG/XXI  [n.d.]

Personal correspondence  BAG/21/1/1-31  [n.d.]

Family and Relations  BAG/21/1/1-11  1799-1839

Contents:
Anne Bagshawe, wife (1831); Catherine Bagshawe, née Caldwell, mother (1799); Catherine Bagshawe, née Inkster (1801-18), 3; William Bagshawe, son (1816); Sir William Chambers Bagshawe (1806, 1822), 2; Rev. Francis Foxlowe of Staveley (1834), 2; Thomas Gisborne (1839).

Others  BAG/21/1/12-31  1804-1846

Contents:
Elizabeth Blinkhorn (1833, 1837), 2; B. J. Chaland-Latour (1846); Mons. Delonchant (1846); William Elmsall (1799); Stephen Glover (1829); Rev. Samuel Grundy (c. 1828); George Hadfield (1845); Samuel Hall (1804); Rev. George Harrison (1845); R. Hodgkinson (1821); R. Marnock (1840); Misses J. M. and E. Milne (1838-45), 3; Cornelius Norbonn (1845); John Read (1818); Rev. C. P. Vale (1824, 1833), 2; Adam Wolley (1812).

Business correspondence  BAG/21/1/32-54  1792-1840

Contents:
William Bennet (1827), 2; Messrs. Bouverie and Antrobus (1821-40), 4; John Flewker (1827); Mary Fretwell (1816); Thomas Fretwell (1826), 2; Philip Hencock (1830); John Holland (n.d.); W. Jackson (1792); Henry Kirk (1835); James Montgomery (1832, 1836), 2; Messrs. Parker, Potts and Denton (1830); Martha Roberts (1818); Abraham Sellars (1816), 2; John Slack (1812); S. Stone (1818); John Watson (1840); fragments (19th cent.), 2.

Ecclesiastical correspondence and papers  BAG/21/2/1-136  1789-1836

Contents:
Robert Bardsley (1836), 2; respecting Castleton Rectory (1803-50), 85; ordinations as Deacon (1789) and Priest (1790), certificates of subscription, licences and similar documents respecting his livings (1789-1822), 31; miscellaneous papers (1792-1834), 18.

Personal papers and accounts  BAG/21/3/1-126  1796-1845

Contents:
Drafts of letters to various correspondents (1802-44), 11; miscellaneous papers (1813-43), 22; fragments (19th cent.), 3; accounts respecting Banner Cross (1796-1845), 69; personal accounts (1801-43), 21.

MISCELLANEA  BAG/XXII  [n.d.]

Rev. John Ashe of Ashford, co. Derby  BAG/22/1/1-7  1728-1749

Contents:
Letters (1728-49), 4; executors' accounts (1736), 3.

Clay Family of Bridge House, co. York  BAG/22/2/1-17  1660-18thc

Contents:
Genealogical notes (18th cent.), 6; letters and deeds (1660-1814), II.

Clegg family of Chinley, co. Derby  BAG/22/3/1-7  1748-1760

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers (1748-60), 7.

Thomas Cresswell of Tideswell, co. Derby  BAG/22/4/1-13  1728-1739

Contents:
Will (1728); executors' papers and accounts (1728-39), 12.

Sir Isaac Newton  BAG/22/5/1-2  1705

Contents:
Certificate and affidavit respecting the relationship of Sir Isaac to the family of Newton, co. Lincoln (1705), 2.

Young of Bradfield Hall, co. Suffolk  BAG/22/6/1-15  [n.d.]

Letter book of Arthur Young, sen. (1809-10), 11 ff. (All the letters are addressed to Mrs. Jane Young.)  BAG/22/6/1  1809-10

Correspondence  BAG/22/6/2-15  1805-1823

Contents:
Arthur Young, jun., to his father Arthur Young, the agriculturalist (1805-18), 5; Arthur Young, jun., and his wife Jane, to his mother Martha Young (c. 1806), 2; Arthur Young, jun., to his wife Jane (c. 1810-1823), 7.

SUPPLEMENTARY MANUSCRIPT VOLUMES  BAG/XXIII  [n.d.]

FAMILY and ESTATE  BAG/23/1/1-17  [n.d.]

FORD  [no ref. or date]

REV. WILLIAM BAGSHAWE (The Apostle of the Peak.) (d. 1702)  [no ref. or date]

Fragment of a sermon. Holograph  BAG/23/1/1  n.d. [17th cent]

Fragments of four books of sermons by the Rev. William, in the hand of his son Samuel  BAG/23/1/2  n.d. [17th cent]

COLONEL SAMUEL BAGSHAWE (d. 1762)  [no ref. or date]

Cash accounts  BAG/23/1/3  1742-5

Accounts kept by Catherine Bagshawe, his wife, on behalf of their daughter Ann  BAG/23/1/4  1777-80

SAMUEL BAGSHAWE (d. 1804)  [no ref. or date]

Accounts of Rev. John Gee  BAG/23/1/5  1781-3

Inventory and valuation of the personal effects of the late Catherine Bagshawe, his wife  BAG/23/1/6  1828

REV. WILLIAM BAGSHAWE (d. 1847)  [no ref. or date]

Diaries. passim  BAG/23/1/7  1794-1843

39 Notebooks.

Diaries of Anne Bagshawe, his wife. passim  BAG/23/1/8  1801-44

22 Notebooks.

THE OAKS  [no ref. or date]

BAGSHAWES OF THE OAKS.  [no ref. or date]

Inventory of plate at the Oaks  BAG/23/1/9  1830-4

"Inventory of the Goods at the Oakes, Feb. 4th 1767. Cor[r]ected 26 May 1768"  BAG/23/1/10  nd

"Catalogue of Books belonging Richd. Bagshaw, Esqr. taken at Oakes Decr. 1768."  BAG/23/1/11  nd

Inventory taken by William Hodgkinson  BAG/23/1/12  1776

Inventory of garden tools at the Oaks. 1781-5. With copy for 1781  BAG/23/1/13  nd

3 Vols.

"Inventory of the goods and effects belonging to John Bagshaw, Esqr., at Wormhill, taken 9th Augt. 1798." With copy  BAG/23/1/14  nd

2 Notebooks.

Inventories of the goods and effects belonging to John Bagshawe, at the Oaks  BAG/23/1/15  1791, 1798, 1801

3 Notebooks.

Legal note-book of John Bagshawe (d. 1801)  BAG/23/1/16  18th cent

Catalogue of the books in the great book case at the Oaks  BAG/23/1/17  18th cent

MISCELLANEOUS  BAG/23/2/1-5  [n.d.]

Sermons of Rev. Dr. James Clegg  BAG/23/2/1  1717-54

"Brief Memoir of the Rev. Dr. Clegg." Imperf  BAG/23/2/2  n.d. [19th cent]

Account book of the Duke of Devonshire's chaplain at Buxton  BAG/23/2/3  1797-9

Note-book of verses and prose belonging to the Bonsall family  BAG/23/2/4  19th cent

"Quantity and Value of the late Geo. Morewood's Esqrs. Estate at Castleton."  BAG/23/2/5  n.d. [18th/19th cent.]

SUPPLEMENTARY DEEDS AND DOCUMENTS  BAG/XXIV  [n.d.]

co. CHESTER  BAG/24/1/1  [n.d.]

BIRTLES  [no ref. or date]

Miscellaneous documents respecting the Birtles family and premises in Birtles, Over Alderley and Henbury  BAG/24/1/1  1748

4 Items.

co. DERBY  BAG/24/2/1-118  [n.d.]

ALTON  [no ref. or date]

Grant by William Millward of Alton in Ashover parish, yeoman, to Samuel Sleigh of Northedge, gent., of an annuity issuing from premises in Alton  BAG/24/2/1  19 July 1662

BARLOW  [no ref. or date]

"The endowment of Barlow Church." Imperf  BAG/24/2/2  n.d. [Late 18th cent]

BIRCHOVER  [no ref. or date]

Sale by Robert Whitall and John Whitall, gentlemen (sons of Ellen Whitall, daughter and heir of Aden Beresford, sometime of Fennie Bently), to Richard Greaves of the Hill in co. Derby, gent., of messuages and land in Bircher alias Birchover, formerly the inheritance of the said Aden  BAG/24/2/3  16 Dec. 1623

BOLSOVER  [no ref. or date]

Note respecting a mortgage by Lord John Murray on an estate in Bolsover  BAG/24/2/4  13 April 1779

BONSALL  [no ref. or date]

Letters of administration of Edmund Fern, late of Bonteshall  BAG/24/2/5  24 Aug. 1710

BRAMPTON  [no ref. or date]

Agreement with William Murray, esq., for the redemption of land tax  BAG/24/2/6  2 July 1803

BRETTON  [no ref. or date]

Will of Ralph Morton of Bretton, yeoman. 9 Jan. 1792. Note of probate, 26 April. Copy  BAG/24/2/7  nd

BROWNSIDE  [no ref. or date]

Notice respecting the examination of witnesses in a case between Samuel Kirk and Ann, his wife, and others, complainants, and Henry Lomas, Elizabeth Ward and Thomas Radcliffe, defendants  BAG/24/2/8  1 Oct. 1748

BUXTON  [no ref. or date]

Note in a case respecting the title to messuages and land in Buxton, Bakewell, Hartington, Fairfield and Hope  BAG/24/2/9  10 May 1751

CASTLETON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 21 years by Edward Haighe of Thornehill in Hope parish, yeoman, and his wife Elizabeth to Robert Haighe of Castleton, yeoman, his brother, of premises and land in Castleton  BAG/24/2/10  19 May 1660

Agreement for a year by miners of Castleton Liberty for a payment to Samuel Cryer of Castleton, clerk, in lieu of all the tithe ore due to him and the rest of the proprietors of the rectory of Castleton  BAG/24/2/11  4 Feb. 1663

Similar agreement for a payment to Richard Torr, in consideration of his part of tithe ore for the same Liberty  BAG/24/2/12  3 Sept. 1667

Award in a dispute between Samuel Cryer of Castleton, clerk, and Richard Torre of the same, yeoman  BAG/24/2/13  10 Nov. 1667

Articles of agreement between Christopher Pegg of Beaucheiffe, esq., and Thomas Charlesworth of Castleton, yeoman, for a conveyance to the latter of all the former's title to the rectory and parsonage of Castleton  BAG/24/2/14  1 Jan. 1695/6

Will of Richard Torr of Castleton, gent. 11 June 1696. Probate, 1 Dec  BAG/24/2/15  nd

Assignment by George Bagshaw of Taddington, yeoman, and Margaret Bagshaw of the same, spinster, to their brother Robert Bagshaw of the same, yeoman, of certain legacies concerned in a marriage agreement between Richard Torr of Castletton [sic], gent., and his wife Helen (née Bagshaw)  BAG/24/2/16  25 July 1697

Award in a dispute between Richard Bagshaw, gent., and Thomas Wroe, clerk, of the one part, and Thomas Marryott, gent., Robert Hall and John Hall, of the other part  BAG/24/2/17  19 Jan. 1704/5

Will of Sampson Willson of Castleton, yeoman. 25 May 1715. Probate, 6 Oct  BAG/24/2/18  nd

Appointment of Richard Bagshaw of Castleton, esq.. as High Sheriff of Derbyshire  BAG/24/2/19  3 Jan. 1721

Bond of Richard Leech, jun., of Derby, innholder, Edward Lowe of Haslewood, gent., and others, to Richard Bagshaw, esq., Sheriff of co. Derby, respecting the appointment of the said Richard Leech as bailiff in the Hundred of Morliston and Litchurch  BAG/24/2/20  2 Feb. 1720/1

Will of John Bagshaw of Castleton, esq  BAG/24/2/21  27 Feb. 1773

Sale catalogue of freehold estates at Castleton, Tideswell, Wormhill and Fairfield. (Printed.)  BAG/24/2/22  17 June 1816

Miscellaneous papers concerning the rectorial estate of Castleton  BAG/24/2/23  16th-19th cent

35 Items.

Accounts and receipts respecting the same  BAG/24/2/24  17th-19th cent

62 Items.

CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH  [no ref. or date]

Award in a dispute between William Barber of Malcalfe, gent., and Charles Kyrke of Cheareoakes, yeoman  BAG/24/2/25  12 July 1653

Bond of George Shirt of Bowdon head, yeoman, to Robert Bagshaw of Hollinknowle, yeoman, for performance of covenants  BAG/24/2/26  4 Nov. 1656

Acknowledgment of Edward Shirt of Bowden head, yeoman, to the above Robert Bagshaw, for purchase money of the Bolehill fold  BAG/24/2/27  22 Nov. 1656

Conveyance by Thomas Eyre of Rowtorr, esq., to Humphrey Thornhill and William Bagshaw, both of Reddichgreene at Townend in Chappell en le Fryth, yeoman, of part of the commons in Chappell parish  BAG/24/2/28  10 April 1684

Churchwardens' Accounts  BAG/24/2/29  1731

Accounts of Constables and Headboroughs of Chapel-en-le-Frith parish  BAG/24/2/30  17th-18th cent

27 Items.

Accounts of Overseers of the Highways for the same  BAG/24/2/31  18th cent

7 Items.

Accounts of Overseers of the Poor for the same.  BAG/24/2/32  18th cent

7 Items.

Miscellaneous papers relating to Chapel parish, including law suits (1732-8), parish officials (1740-6), the commons (1714-47), and Barber's charity (18th cent.). 17th-18th cent  BAG/24/2/33  nd

26 Items.

Receipts to members of the Bagshaw family for rents in Bowden Edge  BAG/24/2/34  1700-1837

10 Items.

CHESTERFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Will of George Youle of Chesterfeild, tanner. 30 Oct. 1655. Probate, 1 May 1658  BAG/24/2/35  nd

Muster Roll of a Company of Foot, "late Captaine Gladwins", mustered at Chesterfield  BAG/24/2/36  7 July 1690

Will of Richard Youle of Chesterfeild, lead merchant. 30 June 1699. Probate, 18 April 1701  BAG/24/2/37  nd

Agreement between the creditors of John Peck, late vicar of Chesterfield, deceased  BAG/24/2/38  20 Oct. 1707

General release by Robert Bright of Dore, gent., to John Bright of Chesterfeild, lead merchant, and John Sprentall of Dronfeild, woollen draper  BAG/24/2/39  17 July 1708

Bond of indemnity of John Bright of Chesterfeild, gent., and Richard Roe to John Bright, jun., gent  BAG/24/2/40  22 Oct. 1717

Appointment by John Bright, esq., High Sheriff of co. Derby, of George Carver of Chesterfeild, gent., as his Undersheriff  BAG/24/2/41  18 Jan. 1721/2

General release by John Bright the elder of Chesterfield, esq., to John Bright the younger of Chesterfeild, gent., his son  BAG/24/2/42  26 April 1722

Receipts and papers respecting legacies under the will of John Bright of Chesterfield  BAG/24/2/43  1734-46

25 Items.

"Particulars of Land near Chesterfield Survey'd by Wm. Fairbank."  BAG/24/2/44  10 April 1769

DERBY  [no ref. or date]

"Poll taken at the Town Hall, Derby." 2 fols. Copy  BAG/24/2/45  11 Dec. 1701

DRONFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Release by Mary Youle of Dranfield, widow of Richard Youle, late of Boulsover, blacksmith, to Oliver Youle and George Youle, of all her right in all the said Richard's properties and goods  BAG/24/2/46  14 Feb. 1641/2

Will of Thomas Pearson of Dronfield, yeoman. Copy  BAG/24/2/47  24 Nov. 1778

"Particuler of Mr. Fanshaws Estate at Dronfeild, etc."  BAG/24/2/48  n.d. [18th cent.]

EDALE  [no ref. or date]

Tithes of wool and lambs in Edale. passim. 33 fols. (7 blank)  BAG/24/2/49  1692-1727

EYAM  [no ref. or date]

Will of Godfrey Torr of Eyam, yeoman. 26 Oct. 1685. Probate, 21 April 1686  BAG/24/2/50  nd

FAIRFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Indenture of covenants between Thomas Eyre of Graies Inn, co. Middx., esq., and Richard Shallcrosse of Shallcrosse, esq., for a conveyance to the latter of a portion of the wastes and commons within the towns of Fairefeild, Ferneyleigh and Shallcrosse  BAG/24/2/51  3 May 1675

Appointment of Edward Dakin, John Goodwin, William Cotterell, Timothy Swinscow, and Humphrey Goodwin, yeomen, as governors of the perpetual chapelry of Fayrefield and of the almshouse of Thomas Dakyn, gent. Copy  BAG/24/2/52  12 Jan. 1773

FLAGG  [no ref. or date]

"Value of an Estate in Flagg & Chelmerton belonging to Tho: Bagshaw, esqr."  BAG/24/2/53  n.d. [18th cent.]

Summons to the Overseers of the Highways for the Liberty of Flagg and Chelmarton to answer for failure to do their duty regarding the repairing of a road  BAG/24/2/54  10 Dec. 1750

FORD  [no ref. or date]

Exemplification of a plea of recovery by George Bowdon, gent., and Thomas Greensmith against Nicholas Cresswell, respecting 2 messuages and land in Ford. With copy  BAG/24/2/55  7 July 1647

Will of Eleanor Barker of Ford, spinster. Copy  BAG/24/2/56  15 April 1691

Will of William Bagshaw of Ford ["the Apostle of the Peak"]. 15 Oct. 1701. Probate, 27 April 1702. Copy. With inventory (20 April 1702) and receipt for legacy (31 Oct. 1713)  BAG/24/2/57  nd

Will of Samuel Bagshawe of Ford, gent. 7 Sept. 1706. Copy. With inventory, 17 Dec  BAG/24/2/58  nd

Bond of indemnity of William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., to Thomas Bowre of Torr top, yeoman  BAG/24/2/59  12 Jan. 1715

Will of Frances Bagshaw of Chester, widow. 2 copies, with legal opinions endorsed  BAG/24/2/60  16 Jan. 1718

Bond of indemnity of William Bagshaw of Ford, gent., to Maria Shuttelworth of Marple Bridge, co. Chester, spinster  BAG/24/2/61  14 Jan. 1722/3

Will of Adam Younge of Ford, yeoman. 2 Feb. 1730/1. Probate, 22 Oct. With copy and inventory (12 Oct.)  BAG/24/2/62  nd

Testamentary papers of Mary Bagshaw of Ford  BAG/24/2/63  c. 1745-54

3 Items.

Wills of William Bagshaw of Ford, gent.: (a) 24 Feb. 1741, with codicil; (b) 13 Jan. 1748, with codicil 16 Nov. 1749; (c) 18 Jan. 1752; (d) 9 Nov. 1756, with copy and release for legacy (11 May 1760)  BAG/24/2/64  nd

Wills of Samuel Bagshaw, Colonel of the 93rd Regiment of Foot: (a) 20 Sept. 1746 (as captain in Brigadier Richbell's Regiment); (b) 29 May 1754, codicil 10 Oct. 1755 (Lt.-Col. to the 39th Regiment of Foot); (c) n.d. [he died 16 Aug. 1762], probate 12 Jan. 1763, with bond  BAG/24/2/65  nd

Will of Catherine Bagshaw, widow of the above Col. Samuel. Copy  BAG/24/2/66  18 July 1793

Sale catalogue of parts of the estate of Samuel Bagshawe of Ford Hall. Printed  BAG/24/2/67  20 March 1794

2 Copies.

Miscellaneous legal papers concerning the Bagshawes of Ford Hall  BAG/24/2/68  18th cent

8 Items.

Pedigree (1601-62) of the Bagshawes of Ford. 18th cent  BAG/24/2/69  nd

Will of Samuel Bagshaw of St. Luke's parish, co. Middx. 24 April 1793. Probate, 9 June 1804  BAG/24/2/70  nd

HEMSWORTH  [no ref. or date]

Declaration of obedience to Charles II by Nicholas Stones of Hemsworth  BAG/24/2/71  2 June 1660

HIGH PEAK  [no ref. or date]

Land tax assessments for the township of Boden Middlecale  BAG/24/2/72  1704, 1706

2 Items.

Order to the Constable of the township of Bowden Middlecale in the Hundred of High Peake for the apprehension of rogues, vagabonds and sturdy beggars  BAG/24/2/73  9 April 1715

Bond of indemnification of William Garnet of Evesholme alias Elevensholme in Manchester parish, co. Lanc., weaver, to John Marriot of Heyfield, yeoman, respecting a messuage called Raven Slack with premises and land, surrendered at a Small Court Baron for the Hundred and Liberty of High Peak  BAG/24/2/74  5 May 1728

Ravenslack: "The accounts of Thomas Bradbury, August the 3th [sic] 1733, who served the office of Chappell Warden."  BAG/24/2/75  nd

Appointment of William Bagshaw, esq., and Micah Hall, gent., as deputy stewards for the Lordship and Manor of High Peak. [Blank for day and month]. Draft  BAG/24/2/76  1761

"An Act to Discharge certain Lands, heretofore Part of the Estate and Inheritance of Thomas Eyre, Esquire, deceased, situate within the Lordship of High Peak... from the Payment of a certain Fee-Farm Rent." (Printed.)  BAG/24/2/77  1776

Documents and papers relating to the coronership of the High Peak  BAG/24/2/78  18th-19th cent

9 Items.

HOPE  [no ref. or date]

Judgment in Radcliffe v. Bagshaw, respecting lands in Black Edge in Hope parish  BAG/24/2/79  1796

HUCKLOW, GREAT AND LITTLE  [no ref. or date]

Order to William Bagshawe, Adam Bagshawe and John Bagshawe for the provision of a half horse for the militia of co. Derby  BAG/24/2/80  12 July 1683

Will of John Bagshaw of Greatt Huicklow, esq. Copy  BAG/24/2/81  23 Oct. 1704

Bond of Nathaniel Bagshaw of the Inner Temple, London, gent., to Adam Bagshaw, jun., of Wormehill, gent., respecting a share of the personal estate of Jedidiah Bagshaw, late of Great Hucklow, gent  BAG/24/2/82  6 June 1706

KILLAMARSH  [no ref. or date]

Final concord between Thomas Bagshawe, gent., and Nicholas Bagshawe, gent., plaintiffs, and George Fox, gent., and Dorothy, his wife, William Eyre, gent., and Henry Balgay, jun., gent., deforciants, respecting a messuage, premises and land in Kinwallmarsh alias Killamarsh, and Eckington, and 2 messuages and land in Fulwood, Hallam, Ecclesall, Sheffeild, Bradfeild, Smalefeild, Waldesshelfe, Moorehall and Ecclesfeild, and tithes issuing from the same, and annual rents in Boulsterstone, co. York. Oct. of Purification  BAG/24/2/83  1666

MONSAL DALE  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance by John Shalcrosse of Shalcrosse, esq., to George Raworth of Mornesodale, husbandman, of his messuage in Mornesodale with appurtenances  BAG/24/2/84  4 Nov. 1625

NORTON  [no ref. or date]

I.P.M. of Edward Gill, late of Norton, yeoman  BAG/24/2/85  30 Aug. 1614

Memorandum respecting W. Blyth's indenture for his tithes  BAG/24/2/86  6 Nov. 1675

Certificate authorizing the house of Mrs. Wood in Norton to be a Meeting House for Dissenting Protestants  BAG/24/2/87  3 Oct. 1694

2 Copies.

Articles of agreement between John Bagshaw of Great Hucklow, esq., and Alexander Radcliffe of Fox Denton, co. Lanc., esq., respecting the marriage settlement of Elizabeth, daughter of John and wife of Alexander  BAG/24/2/88  29 Jan. 1699/1700

"My [Richard Bagshawe] commission for Justice of Peace."  BAG/24/2/89  6 July 1720

Will of Storey Wingfield of Haslebrough in Norton parish, gent. 26 Jan. 1725/6. Note of probate, April 1730. Copy  BAG/24/2/90  nd

Instructions for Thomas Wright for drawing up the will of Anne Wingfeild of Norton  BAG/24/2/91  1733

Will of Joshua Fox of Greenhill in Norton parish. Copy  BAG/24/2/92  1 July 1768

Bond of John Hawarth of Manchester, co. Lanc., esq., to Richard Bagshaw of Wormhill, esq., William Bagshaw of Cotes, co. York, esq., and John Bagshaw of Castleton, esq., respecting the marriage settlement of Mary, wife of the above John Hawarth and daughter of Richard Bagshaw, late of Oakes, esq  BAG/24/2/93  6 Nov. 1769

Legal opinion in a case respecting the marriage settlement of the late Richard Bagshaw  BAG/24/2/94  28 Aug. 1777

Will of William Bagshaw of Oakes  BAG/24/2/95  1 Jan. 1784

Appointment of John Bagshawe, esq., as Deputy Lieutenant of co. Derby  BAG/24/2/96  30 Jan. 1797

Bond of indemnity of John Bagshaw of the Oakes, esq., to Isaac Wilkinson and John Wilkinson of Chesterfield, merchants  BAG/24/2/97  14 Oct. 1798

Release by John Bagshaw of Oakes, esq., to Micah Hall of a legacy. Draft  BAG/24/2/98  25 Oct. 1798

PEAK FOREST  [no ref. or date]

Bond of indemnity of John Frith, jun., of Bagshaw, yeoman, to Samuel Frith of Peake Forrest, yeoman  BAG/24/2/99  25 March 1717

Will of Humphrey Wilshaw of Smalldale in Peake Forrest, yeoman. 17 June 1736. Probate, 4 Nov  BAG/24/2/100  nd

RUSHUP  [no ref. or date]

Bond of Anthony Gybbe, jun., of Bagshawe, yeoman, to John Lyngard of Slackhall, yeoman, respecting deeds concerning premises in Lytle Roysshopp  BAG/24/2/101  13 Feb. 1577

SLACKHALL  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 999 years by John Lingard the younger of Slack Hall in Chappell parish, yeoman, and his brother Thomas to Jeremiah Fielding of Malcoff, husbandman, of part of a close called the Lower Rood, part of Slackhall  BAG/24/2/102  31 May 1681

TIDESWELL  [no ref. or date]

Will of George Vernon of the [sic] Tidswall. Copy  BAG/24/2/103  n.d. [18th cent.]

WHITWELL  [no ref. or date]

Bond of indemnity of John Westby of Birks in Whitwell parish, yeoman, to Henry Westby of Carrhouse Grange in Rotherham parish, co. York, gent  BAG/24/2/104  30 July 1655

WORMHILL  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale by Anthony Tunsteede of Tunsteede, gent., and Joyce [Joyes, MS.], his wife, and Robert Tunsteede, his son, to William Bagshawe of Litton, yeoman, of a messuage, with appurtenances in Hardickwall and Hill and lands in the town fields or territories of the same  BAG/24/2/105  6 Nov. 1574

Feoffment by bargain and sale by Anthony Tunsteede, Joyce and Robert, to the above William Bagshawe, of Litton, yeoman, of a messuage, with appurtenances in Hardickwall and Hill and lands in the town fields or territories of the same  BAG/24/2/106  13 Nov. 1574

Release of the same  BAG/24/2/107  12 Dec. 1574

Release by George Croslye of Hill in Tydswall parish, husbandman, to Richard Longdone the elder of Wormhill, yeoman, of all his right in all the tithes of corn and hay issuing from a messuage in Hardickwall within the fields, villages or hamlets of Hardickwall and Hill  BAG/24/2/108  24 April 1607

Agreement between Henry Bagshaw of Wormhill and Robert Bagshaw of Hardickwall, of the one part, and Thomas Slacke of Wormhill, of the other part, to exchange land at Wormhill  BAG/24/2/109  28 Dec. 1649

Exchange between Robert Bagshaw of Wormhill, yeoman, of the one part, and William Bagshaw of Great Hucklow, gent., and William Bagshaw of Glossopp, of the other part, of lands in the fields of Wormhill  BAG/24/2/110  22 Aug. 1660

Conveyance by William Bagshawe of Foord in Chappell parish, gent., to Peter Barker of Wormhill, tailor, of a barn in Wormhill  BAG/24/2/111  9 June 1674

Acknowledgment by George Bagshawe of Hill near Wormehill, yeoman, to George Bower of Tyddeswall, yeoman, of the receipt of money concerned in a bargain and sale  BAG/24/2/112  1 Nov. 1679

Probate of the will of Anthony Longden, late of Wormhill  BAG/24/2/113  13 April 1686

Will of William Peake of Greatrax, yeoman. Draft  BAG/24/2/114  29 Jan. 1704

General release by George Beaumont of Chappell Thorpe, co. York, gent. (surviving executor of John Bagshaw, late of Great Hucklow, esq.), to Adam Bagshaw of Wormehill, gent  BAG/24/2/115  18 Oct. 1707

Will of Roger Wilkson of Wormhill, clerk. Copy  BAG/24/2/116  4 April 1714

Release by Adam Bagshaw of Wormehill, gent., to Anthony Goodwyn of Gretrax, yeoman, of closes in Gretrax, Tunsted and Wormehill  BAG/24/2/117  15 Sept. 1720

WYE, RIVER  [no ref. or date]

Miscellaneous papers relating to the Wye river fishery  BAG/24/2/118  18th-19th cent

6 Items.

CO. HEREFORD  BAG/24/3/1  [n.d.]

HEREFORD  [no ref. or date]

Will of Frances Barroll of the city of Hereford, widow. 11 Aug. 1781. Probate, 25 March 1784  BAG/24/3/1  nd

CO. LANCASTER  BAG/24/4/1-2  [n.d.]

NEWTON HEATH  [no ref. or date]

Will of Alexander Radclyff of Newton Heath esq. Copy  BAG/24/4/1  14 Nov. 1732

WIGAN  [no ref. or date]

Petition to Parliament by the "Cotton Spinners in and adjoining to the County of Lancaster", respecting unemployment  BAG/24/4/2  n.d. [late 18th cent.]

CO. YORK  BAG/24/5/1-12  [n.d.]

BUTTON HILL  [no ref. or date]

Bond of indemnity of William Osborne of Button Hill in Sheffield parish, bellowsmaker, to Samuel Pearson of Little Sheffield, cutler  BAG/24/5/1  28 March 1727

Letter of attorney by the above William Osborne to Thomas Wright, James Mundy and Robert Chappell to appear for him in the court of King's Bench at the suit of George Bagshaw of Beauchief Abbey, scythesmith  BAG/24/5/2  30 Jan. 1730/1

Sale by the same to the above George Bagshaw, of household and other personal goods in his house, smithy, etc. at Button Hill  BAG/24/5/3  13 Oct. 1731

DONCASTER  [no ref. or date]

Will of Mary Heaton of Doncaster, widow. Endorsed: unexecuted  BAG/24/5/4  Jan. 1753

"An Inventory of the Goods and Chattels of Mrs. Heaton, widow, late of Doncaster, deceased."  BAG/24/5/5  31 March 1753

ECCLESALL BIERLOW  [no ref. or date]

I.P.M. of John Bright, late of Bannercrosse. With extracts from proceedings of Ecclesall Manor court respecting the same  BAG/24/5/6  6 Sept. 1639

Will of Robert Bright of Banner Crosse, yeoman. 1 Aug. 1667. Probate, 28 Sept. With extract from Ecclesall manor court respecting his I.P.M  BAG/24/5/7  nd

Settlement after the marriage of John Bright (son of John Bright of Banner Crosse, gent.), and Mary, daughter of Richard Youle of Chesterfeild, co. Derby, leadmerchant  BAG/24/5/8  15 June 1685

Bond of John Dyson of Sheffeild, plasterer, to John Bright, jun., of Banner Cross, gent., for performance of covenants  BAG/24/5/9  14 June 1709

HALLAM  [no ref. or date]

Extracts from Sheffield manorial court respecting William Unwin and Thomas Thornell and premises in Hallam  BAG/24/5/10  1653, 1668

2 Items.

Final concord between Joseph Banks, gent., plaintiff, and Joseph Jolley, gent., and Martha, his wife, and others, deforciants, respecting 4 messuages, premises and land in Thurlestanmeere, Ecklands, Hallam, Sheffeild, Thurgoland, Ecclesall and Masborough. Quind. of Trin  BAG/24/5/11  1700

YORK  [no ref. or date]

Oath of Richard Dalton, brewer, as freeman of the city of York  BAG/24/5/12  16 Feb. 1725

MISCELLANEOUS  BAG/24/6/1  [n.d.]

Miscellanea and fragments (incl. extracts from parish registers and cut-out signatures and seals)  BAG/24/6/1  nd

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