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Valuable freehold and tithe-free estate, at Low Ash and Larch Hall, at Loxley near Sheffield : To be sold by Auction by Mr. T. Waite......Friday, 1st December, 1854

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Title:Valuable freehold and tithe-free estate, at Low Ash and Larch Hall, at Loxley near Sheffield : To be sold by Auction by Mr. T. Waite......Friday, 1st December, 1854
Location:Sheffield_Loxley
Date:1854
Date Period:1851-1899
Notes:

At the house of Mr William Fearn, known by the sign of the Admiral Rodley, near Owlerton.

All that messauge or dwelling house, called Larch Hall, with barn, stable, cow house, sundry closes of land, and a plantation ...

Including The Intakes, or Great Croft and Little Croft; The Linten Close, or Coal Pit Close, the Middle Field, the House Field, the Calf Croft and the New Close.

Includes beds of clay, coal, ironstone and ganister.

Refers to the Low Field, Low Ash Road, Mires Lane, Regency Field, Potatoe Piece [sic], etc.

Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: MP 1295 L.

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