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A Plan of the part of Broomhall estate purchased by John Watson of Philip Gell, in 1802, [plan dated 1823]

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Ref No:arc03918
Title:A Plan of the part of Broomhall estate purchased by John Watson of Philip Gell, in 1802, [plan dated 1823]
Location:Sheffield_Broomhall
Date Period:1800-1850
Notes:

Scale 1/3rd inch : 1 chain.

Shows:

Allotment and pond, Leach Meadow, Great Stalker Lees, Broom Field, Farrand’s Crfot, Broom Hall, Nether Meadow, Upper Meadow, Middle Stalker Lees, Shaw Field, Nether Stalker Lees, Little Stalker Lees, Great Stalker Lees, Briery Holme, Rough Field, Sunny Bank, Bushes, Turner Heys, Lower Boomer Field, Upper Boomer field, and Lodge Field; Sheffield Moor, toll house and garden near the [Little Sheffield] Bridge.

Similar to arc03916 and thus covers the same area:

[Broomhall Road, Wharncliffe Road, Collegiate Crescent, Ecclesall Road, Porter Brook, Toll Bar, Little Sheffield Bridge, Young Street, Hanover Street, Glossop Road, Broom Grove, Clarkehouse Road, Broomgrove Road]

Dimensions: approx. 70 x 48 cm.

Original at Sheffield City Archives: FC/P/SheD/117L.

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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