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The estate of George Bustard Greaves, [1838]

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The estate of George Bustard Greaves, [1838]

There is no title, but the fields are named and coloured.

Dimensions: approx. 93 x 65 cm.

The following are marked: River Dun [River Don], land formerly called the Cresswell Lees but now called Far Meadow and Near Meadow, Sheffield and Rotherham Road, part of the Croft, far High Wells Near High Wells, Pinfold Meadow, formerly in two closes and called the Black Acres [now] far Pinfold Close and middle Pinfold Close, formerly called the Cock Close but now called Near Pinfold Close, Pinfold lane, Little Woods, In the Great Town Field or Upper hades or Long Hades, Turn Ing Head, Little Turn Hill or Little Town Field, Turnip Close, Darnal Lane [Darnall Lane], canal, croft formerly an orchard, Levick Croft formerly called Little turn Ing but now called Stony Corot, Worksop turnpike Road, aqueduct, Occupation Road, Tinsley park Road, Bullas Road.

Original at Sheffield City Archives: FC/P/SheD/6L.

See also FC/CP/41/11-13.

Digitised with financial support from Sheffield and District Family History Society in memory of Professor David Hey (1938-2016) founder and life president of the Society.

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