|A plan of a piece of land situate on the east side of a certain street commonly called Blind Lane belonging to Messrs Butler and Wright|
Delineated by John Eadon in 1791.
Scale 5 yards : 1 inch.
A 1-4 Mrs Wortley, B Mrs Genn's Brewhouse, C Widow Garlick, D Hannah Buxton, E Thomas Bates, F 1-3 buildings, F 4 buildings, passage and yard, F 5 front building, f6 building and passage, F 7 back yard, F 8 old smithies, F9 yard adjoining old smithies, F10 a smithy and yard, F11 a building to the front passage and coalfold, F12 a back building, F13 passage and back yard, F14 front house, C [passage to the back yard, H John Parker, gentleman, buildings and yard, I Town Buildings and yard, K John Hool's building and yard, L 1-2 Jonathan Buxton, M Isaac Ratcliffe, N1 Job Hudson, N2 Job Hudson yard, O Thomas Ellis's building, coalfold and passage, P Thomas Buxton, Q1-2 Jonathan Ragg’s yard and building.
Also show Saint’s Pavers
Dimensions approx. 53 x 75 cm.
Original at Sheffield City Archives: FC/P/Shes/94L.
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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