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A plan of two Closes called the Hop Yards, near the Farm, held of the Duke of Norfolk by Andrew Lindley with the Tenements etc. erected thereon

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Title:A plan of two Closes called the Hop Yards, near the Farm, held of the Duke of Norfolk by Andrew Lindley with the Tenements etc. erected thereon
Location:Sheffield_St_Marys
Date:1771
Date Period:1500-1799
Notes:

Scale 2 chains : 1 inch [40 inches : 1 mile].

Surveyor: William Fairbank II.

Two fields and the house later known as East Bank House; numerical list with descriptions and acreages.

East Bank House, as shown on the plan was originally sited where the Midland railway line tunnels under East Bank Road, and disappeared 1893 - 1906, with railway development; fields numbered and listed with particulars.

[F.B. 40 supp., p. 68][A.B. 4, p. 89]

B, p. 52.

Dimensions: 29 x 19 cm.

Original at Sheffield City Archives: ACM/MAPS/SheD/704S.

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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