Surveyor: J. Fairbank and Son.
The same ground shown in FC/She/137L (arc03895) as it was in 1826, including Daniel Hill and West Dun
The ground concerned includes Upperthorp [Upperthorpe], Port Mahon, Nether Thorp [Netherthorpe] and the land between White House Lane (Infirmary Road) and Morton Wheels.
Includes John Addy's house, Lidgate Field, Shales Moor Close, White House Lane or Walkley Road, Penistone Turnpike Road, old road from Owlerton to Sheffield, Green lane, Cleakham [Cleakum Inn], Morton Wheel and Morton Wheel Dam, River Dun and Bacon's Island, waterworks, poor house, Bellefield House, Daniel hill, infirmary, Philadelphia, West Dun, Hillsborough Barracks, Bowling Green, a tavern [possibley the Cambridge public house], St Philips Church, Globe Works, Roscoe Place, Hoyle Street, Dun Street, Moor Fields, Green Lane, etc
Dimensions: approx. 69 x 49 cm.
Original at Sheffield City Archives: FC/P/She/138L.
FC/FB/170 pp. 54-55
FC/FB/183 pp. 49-50
FC/AB/13 pp. 60-62.
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.