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Reference 43/UD
Covering dates 1763-1950
Held by Rotherham Metropolitan Borough, Archives and Local Studies Section
Extent 3 Series
Conditions of access Open
Creators Wath Upon Dearne Urban District Council, Clerk of the Council

Contents:
Miscellaneous Title deeds.



Opencast Workings Minutes of conferences  43/UD/27/3-15  1945-46

Contents:
Re. opencast coal workings at Wentworth with related correspondence and plans of areas affected.

Overseas Food Correspondence  43/UD/28/1-15  1946-49

Contents:
Re. distribution of gifts of Empire food to persons aged 65 and over.

Property  [no ref. or date]

Newhill Clearance Area  [no ref. or date]

Lease and Release  43/UD/29/1  30th/31st May, 1809

Contents:
1) John Roper of Barnsley, gent and John Naylor of Barnsley, merchant (trustees under the will of John Denton of Wombwell, gent., decd.) with the consent of Catharine Denton, widow of John and of William Denton, First Mate in the East India Cos. service (son of John).
2) Joseph Twigg of Newhill p. Wath, potter with William Brameld of Swinton, merchant (his trustee).
In consideration of £126 paid by Twigg.
Of a Cottage at Newhill, now converted into two dwellings.

Lease and release  43/UD/29/2  20th/21st February, 1816

Contents:
1) John Roper and John Naylor with the consent of William Denton, now of Leeds, merchant.
2) Joseph Twigg with Joseph Roberts of Wath farmer (his trustee)
In consideration of £142.
Of 2 lands (formerly in 4 lands) in the Overfield of Wath on Newhill Street, leading to Wells' House (1 acre 10 poles).
- with articles of agreement between William Denton and Joseph Twigg (10th July, 1815) and abstract of the title of William Denton 1714-1810.

Copy will of Joseph Twigg of Newhill, earthernware manufacturer  43/UD/29/3  1839-1842

Contents:
- all his real property to his wife for her life and then to his sons Joseph, Benjamin and John as tenants in common.
Will dated 13th June, 1839.
Proved at York, 15th September, 1842.

Deed of partition  43/UD/29/4  26th August, 1854

Contents:
Between Joseph Twigg of Newhill, earthernware manufacturer, and Martha his wife, John Twigg of Kilnhurst, earthernware manufacturer and Mary his wife, and John Twigg the younger of Huddersfield joiner (son of Benjamin Twigg) of the pottery and other property at Newhill, with detailed schedules of the property involved and a detailed plan.

Mortgage in fee  43/UD/29/5  28th August, 1854

Contents:
1) Joseph Twigg of Newhill, earthernware manufacturer.
2) Joseph Roberts of Clifton, p. Conisbrough, gent.
In consideration of £1000.
= of a cottage at Newhill converted into two dwellings, two other tenements adjoining two allotments (3 roods 25 poles and 14 poles) under the Brampton, Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award, a pottery or earthernware manufactory with all buildings etc., a dwelling house, garden etc. at Newhill occupied by Twigg, an allotment (2 roods) made to John Spalton by the Brampton Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award with 2 stables, sheds erected thereon.
- with agreement to deposit deeds as security for the further sum of £300.

Mortgage in fee  43/UD/29/6  14th April, 1859

Contents:
1) Joseph Twigg, with William Twigg, his son.
2) Joseph Roberts.
Reciting 43/UD/29/5.
In consideration of the further sum of £300 (total £1600).
= of a cottage at Newhill converted into two dwellings, two other tenements adjoining two allotments (3 roods 25 poles and 14 poles) under the Brampton, Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award, a pottery or earthernware manufactory with all buildings etc., a dwelling house, garden etc. at Newhill occupied by Twigg, an allotment (2 roods) made to John Spalton by the Brampton Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award with 2 stables, sheds erected thereon together with a close at Wath called Braithwaite Close (1 acre 1 rood 24 poles) with assignment of a third share in mines and beds of coal under the pottery site and other specified property at Kilnhurst.

Assignment of mortgage  43/UD/29/7  27th June, 1862

Contents:
1) John Thomas Roberts of Warmsworth and George Pearson Nicholson of Wath, gents. (trustees of Joseph Roberts) at the request of Joseph Twigg.
2) John Brightmore Mitchell Withers of Sheffield, esq.
In consideration of £1600 paid to Roberts and Nicholson and of a further £400 paid to Twigg.
= of a cottage at Newhill converted into two dwellings, two other tenements adjoining two allotments (3 roods 25 poles and 14 poles) under the Brampton, Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award, a pottery or earthernware manufactory with all buildings etc., a dwelling house, garden etc. at Newhill occupied by Twigg, an allotment (2 roods) made to John Spalton by the Brampton Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award with 2 stables, sheds erected thereon together with Braithwaite Close - with plan of property.
- with abstract to the title of Joseph Twigg 1809-60; schedule of title deeds 1809-1859; notice by the Barnsley Union Bank that the property has been used by Twigg as security for his bank account to a maximum of £1500 (13th August, 1862).

Conveyance  43/UD/29/8  31st March, 1866

Contents:
1) John Brightman Mitchell Withers.
2) Harry Staniland Binney of Wath, gent.
- reciting that the premises had been offered for sale by auction but had failed to reach a price sufficient to repay the principal and interest due to Withers and Withers has therefore invoked the power of sale contained in 43/UD/29/7.
In consideration of £2231.
Of a cottage at Newhill converted into two dwellings, two other tenements adjoining two allotments (3 roods 25 poles and 14 poles) under the Brampton, Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award, a pottery or earthernware manufactory with all buildings etc., a dwelling house, garden etc. at Newhill occupied by Twigg, an allotment (2 roods) made to John Spalton by the Brampton Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award with 2 stables, sheds erected thereon together with Braithwaite Close.

Mortgage  43/UD/29/9  1866

Contents:
1) Harry Staniland Binney of Wath, earthenware manufacturer.
2) the trustees of the Fifth Borough Benefit Building Society of Sheffield.
In consideration of £2016.
Of a cottage at Newhill converted into two dwellings, two other tenements adjoining two allotments (3 roods 25 poles and 14 poles) under the Brampton, Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award, a pottery or earthernware manufactory with all buildings etc., a dwelling house, garden etc. at Newhill occupied by Twigg, an allotment (2 roods) made to John Spalton by the Brampton Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award with 2 stables, sheds erected thereon together with Braithwaite Close.
- endorsed with further charge for £560 (17th October, 1866).

Conveyance  43/UD/29/10  26th October, 1867

Contents:
1) Wilson Waterfall of Rotherham, bank manager, Charles Stanley of Wath, merchant and Joseph Bray of Rotherham provision merchant (trustees in the bankruptcy of Harry Staniland Binney).
2) Hugh Coulter of Kilnhurst, James Dibb of Mexborough, John Wardle of Denaby and John Blyth of Conisbrough, earthenware manufacturers and partners.
In consideration of £5.
Of the equity of redemption of a cottage at Newhill converted into two dwellings, two other tenements adjoining two allotments (3 roods 25 poles and 14 poles) under the Brampton, Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award, a pottery or earthernware manufactory with all buildings etc., a dwelling house, garden etc. at Newhill occupied by Twigg, an allotment (2 roods) made to John Spalton by the Brampton Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award with 2 stables, sheds erected thereon together with Braithwaite Close - with plan of property, they becoming liable for the payment of the mortgage principal and interest.

Further mortgage for £112  43/UD/29/11  26th November, 1867

Contents:
1) High Coulter at al.
2) the trustees of the Fifth Borough Benefit Building Society.
Of a cottage at Newhill converted into two dwellings, two other tenements adjoining two allotments (3 roods 25 poles and 14 poles) under the Brampton, Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award, a pottery or earthernware manufactory with all buildings etc., a dwelling house, garden etc. at Newhill occupied by Twigg, an allotment (2 roods) made to John Spalton by the Brampton Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award with 2 stables, sheds erected thereon together with Braithwaite Close except the dwellinghouse.

Draft conveyance  43/UD/29/12  20th December, 1870

Contents:
1) the trustees of the Fifth Borough Benefit Building Society.
2) Henry Payne of Newhill Hall, gent.
- the mortgage interest having been unpaid for more than 4 months.
In consideration of £500.
Of an allotment of 2r. with 2 cottages (formerly stables) therein.

Conveyance  43/UD/29/13  3rd January, 1871

Contents:
1) the trustees of the Fifth Borough Benefit Building Society.
2) Henry Redfearn of Sheffield, confectioner.
- the mortgage interest having been unpaid for more than 4 months.
- in consideration of £1050.
Of a cottage at Newhill converted into two dwellings, two other tenements adjoining two allotments (3 roods 25 poles and 14 poles) under the Brampton, Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award, a pottery or earthernware manufactory with all buildings etc., a dwelling house, garden etc. at Newhill occupied by Twigg, an allotment (2 roods) made to John Spalton by the Brampton Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award with 2 stables, sheds erected thereon together with Braithwaite Close (except the allotment of 2 roods and 2 cottages (formerly stables).
- with abstract of the title of the trustees 1839-67.

Conveyance  43/UD/29/14  4th March, 1872

Contents:
1) Henry Redfearn of Sheffield, innkeeper.
2) Joseph Mountain of Sheffield, plumber.
In consideration of £1000.
= of a cottage converted into 2 dwellinghouses at Newhill, 2 other dwellinghouses adjoining, 2 allotments (2 roods 35 poles and 14 poles) under the Brampton Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award and the pottery or earthernware manufactory with all buildings and the steam engine etc.

Conveyance  43/UD/29/15  21st March, 1872

Contents:
1) Joseph Mountain of Sheffield gent.
2) Francis Taylor of Newhill, joiner and builder of a parcel of land at Newhill (571 sq. yds. - bounds recited) with 6 dwellinghouses to be erected thereon.
- with plan.
- subject to an annual rent charge of £8.

Conveyance  43/UD/29/16  24th June, 1872

Contents:
1) Joseph Mountain of Sheffield, plumber.
2) Joseph Bedford and Henry Hawksworth Richmond of Sheffield, partners as earthernware manufacturers.
In consideration of £3000.
Of a cottage converted into 2 dwellinghouses at Newhill, 2 other dwellinghouses adjoining, 2 allotments (2 roods 35 poles and 14 poles) under the Brampton Wath and Swinton Inclosure Award and the pottery or earthernware manufactory with all buildings and the steam engine etc. except the plot comprised in 43/UD/29/15.

Mortgage  43/UD/29/17  1872-1876

Contents:
1) Joseph Bedford and Henry Hawksworth Richmond.
2) Rev. George Alderson, vicar of Hornby (Yk.).
In consideration of £2000.
Of property as 43/UD/29/16.
Dated 25th June, 1872.
- attached is a notice on behalf of the Sheffield Mutual and Permanent Building Society that the premises had been mortgaged to them by Robert Richmond, subject to the above mortgage (27th September, 1876).

Conveyance  43/UD/29/18  1906

Contents:
1) Rev. Canon James Allen Wilson of Bolton by Bowland (Yk.), Rev. Canon William Reginald Wilson of Bolsterstone Vicarage and Reginald Thorpe Wilson of Sheffield, Solicitor (Mortgagees).
2) Richard Payne of Newhill Hall, Solicitor.
- under the power of sale contained in the mortgage (43/UD/29/17).
In consideration of £979.
= of 2 allotments (3 roods 35 poles and 14 poles) with 29 dwellinghouses and buildings formerly used as dwellinghouses and stables, slaughterhouses etc. with the perpetual rent charge of £8 p.a.
- with abstract of the title of Canon James Allen Wilson etal. 1872-1902; contract for sale 1906; fire insurance policy on 29 dwellinghouses at Pottery Square, Newhill 1906.

Mortgage  43/UD/29/19  1918-1930

Contents:
1) Richard Payne.
2) Barnsley Permanent Building Society.
In consideration of £848.
= of 2 allotments (3 roods 35 poles and 14 poles) with 29 dwellinghouses and buildings formerly used as dwellinghouses and stables, slaughterhouses etc. with the perpetual rent charge of £8 p.a. (now 2 dwellinghouses).
Dated 6th May, 1918.
- endorsed with further charge for £20 (24th November, 1925).
- with valuation of the property by John Clegg, 1918.
- endorsed with acknowledgement of repayment, 9th July, 1930.

Mortgage  43/UD/29/20  1930-1946

Contents:
1) Richard Payne.
2) Barnsley Permanent Building Society.
In consideration of £1360.
Of 2 allotments (3 roods 35 poles and 14 poles) with 29 dwellinghouses and buildings formerly used as dwellinghouses and stables, slaughterhouses etc. with the perpetual rent charge of £8 p.a.
Dated 11th July, 1930.
- endorsed with acknowledgement of repayment, 19th June, 1946.

Notice of Joseph Twigg's allotments  43/UD/29/21  1816-18

Contents:
Under the Brampton Bierlow Inclosure Award, with demands for payment of his share of the costs of the inclosure.

Ardsley Inclosure Award (ms. copy)  43/UD/29/22  1st August, 1763

Administrative history:
N.b. this copy award was found with the above title deeds but appears to have no obvious connection with them.

Contents:
Commissioners John Spencer of Cannon Hall, Edward Oates of Rawmarsh, George Walker of Middlewood, esq., James Wright of Thurnscoe and Samuel Turner of Hooton Roberts, gents.

Old Jail  [no ref. or date]

Letters from Charles Godfrey Woodhead  43/UD/29/23-24  1922

Contents:
Re. conversion of the Old Jail into a cottage.

Wath Cemetery  [no ref. or date]

Offer from Manvers Main Colleries Ltd  43/UD/29/25  1924

Contents:
To purchase the Parkgate Seam of coal underlying Wath Cemetery with plan.

Wath Wood Road  [no ref. or date]

General terms and conditions  43/UD/29/26  ?1926

Contents:
Subject to which the Council will sell plots of land adjoining the main road at Wath Wood.

Plan of building plots  43/UD/29/27  1927

Contents:
Wath Wood.

Plan of building plots  43/UD/29/28  n.d

Contents:
At Wath Wood, with names of purchasers written in.

Ministry of Health consents to sale of building plots  43/UD/29/29-31A  1926-33

Contents:
(Under Housing Act, 1925, sect. 59), with plans.

Dunford House  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence  43/UD/29/32-39  1935

Contents:
Re. purchase of Dunford House by UDC from the representatives of Capt. H. Whitworth and proposed lease to West Riding County Council as a child welfare and ante-natal clinic.

Agreement for sale  43/UD/29/40  10th January, 1936

Contents:
Of Dunford House, cottage and grounds for £2500.

Public notices  43/UD/29/41  1936

Contents:
Re. Ministry of Health local enquiry into application by Wath UDC to borrow £2800 for the purchase of Dunford House.

Draft brief for the UDC  43/UD/29/42-44  1936

Contents:
At the inquiry with proofs of evidence of Horace Cutts (Councillor) and Harry Cranage (Engineer).

Draft conveyance  43/UD/29/45  17th July, 1936

Contents:
Of Dunford House etc. to the UDC - with plan and completion account.

Draft lease  43/UD/29/46  19th January, 1937

Contents:
Of part of Dunford House and grounds to West Riding County Council for use as child welfare, ante-natal, school and dental clinics - for 21 years at £200 p.a. - with plan.

Report by the Accountant  43/UD/29/47  1949

Contents:
On the proposed lease of Dunford House to the West Riding C.C. for use as a preventive medical services centre - with minutes of Dunford House Sub-Committee recommending sale to the County Council.

Valuations  43/UD/29/48  1950

Contents:
Of Dunford House by the District Valuer and Mineral Valuer, with plan.

Schedule of title deeds  43/UD/29/49  1950

Contents:
To Dunford House 1870-1936.

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