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Plan of High Street, Sheffield (references to Hugh Parker’s tenements (the White Bear Yard), and the adjoining property of William Bland, [1795])

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Plan of High Street, Sheffield (references to Hugh Parker’s tenements (the White Bear Yard), and the adjoining property of William Bland, [1795])
Sheffield_City_Centre
1500-1799

Marked: High Street, The White Bear Inn, John Stansfield’s freehold, the property (in 1795) of Hugh Parker, John Siddall, stable, [land / property] sold by Thomas Foster to Thomas Cooper, George Wood’s land, trustees of the Methodists meeting house, Cornelius Eddowe’s freehold, ancient well common to the premises and to J. Stansfield, house, etc held of the Twelve Capital Burgesses, [-] Cutler’s tenements.

Dimensions approx.72 x 37 cm.

Original at Sheffield City Archives: FC/P/SheS/587L.

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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