File HNR 314/6 - Assorted maps and schedules

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HNR 314/6


Assorted maps and schedules


  • 1854-1855 (Creation)

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Linen maps and tracings of the Moor, Seamer Green, and High Common, the numbers on the sketches refering to values and observations in the general memorandum book.
Charles Hornor's accounts, showing expenses for work completed for the Inclosure commissions, 1855.
Copy of a description of the disputed boundary between Dickleburgh and Langmore, identified by the valuer (Charles Hornor) as being not ascertained and distinguished. Decision of Nathan Witherell, assistant enclosure commissioner, appointed to determine the correct boundary and issue an award, with map showing it. The copy is annotated to show that duplicates were sent to William Smith, Dickleburgh churchwarden, and Henry Howlett, highway surveyor of Langmore, Aug 1854.
Large linen map of the Dickleburgh allotments, 1854, annotations showing landowners, and lots for sale.
Rough schedules/working notes of the Dickleburgh copyhold allotments and allotments of the Moor Common, High Common and Seamer Green.

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Created 25/03/2014 by droab. Modified 18/05/2021 by Droab.


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