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Particulars of the gardens etc formerly called Swift's Dole belonging to the Duke of Norfolk, [1786]

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Particulars of the gardens etc formerly called Swift's Dole belonging to the Duke of Norfolk, [1786]

Endorsed, Lambert Croft gardens, G Greaves' croft, etc.

Marked: Hollis's Hospital land (left), Widow Turner’s land, John Hirst's land, Samuel Bates' land, West Bar Green (right).

Listed are the particulars of the gardens etc formerly called Swift’s Dole: 1 Anne Ibberson, part of a garden or little croft; 2 Samuel Parkin, a smith, part of a yad, etc; 3 Anne Dodworth, part of a house and yard; 4 W. [William] Hildreth, several small yards, etc; 5 Joshua Spooner, a garden etc; 6 The Widow Turner, a garden, smithy, etc; 7 Geo. [George] Smith, part of a garden; 8 - Hopwood, a large yard with several small erections; 9 John Pye,  a smithy and part of a yard; 10 Samuel Batt, a garden; 11 James Newton, a house, several smithies, and yard;

Tenements in the Bull Stake: 12 Wm. [William] Allen, several tenements and buildings and a large yard; 13 John Spencer several tenements and small yards; 14 John Rawson, a yard backwards and part of a house.

Dimensions approx. 74 x 23 cm.

Original at Sheffield City Archives: FC/P/SheS/636L.

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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