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Appendix to claim #2692 – Particulars

  No. of Claim Name of Claimant Description of Claimant Address of Claimant  
  2692 William Butcher and Samuel Butcher Merchants William Butcher, Five Oaks, Sheffield Samuel Butcher, Banner Cross, Sheffield  
  Nature of Claimant’s Interest   Particulars of Claim Amount of Damages Claimed  
  Freehold Interest.   In Estimate by Mr. Fowler and Mr. Holme of the Damage done by the Flood on the night of Friday 11th March 1864 to the Property of Messrs. W. & S. Butcher at Bacon Island Sheffield        
    Fence Walls and Buildings only        
    Bacon Island        
    10 ' Brick Fence Wall Superficial Roods 8. 24/. £9 12s    
    Half Round Boasted Stone Coping on Brick fence Wall. Lineal Yards 21. 3/6 £3 13s 6d  
    18 " Rubble Stone Walls Toppers on the same. Lineal Yards 100. 3/. £15      
    18 " Rubble Stone Wall. Superficial Roods 46. 20/. £46      
    Framed ornamental open Wood Gate with one New Stone Post £11      
    Brick Bridge to Shuttle House 36 ft long 14.6 wide formed with 15 Arches in 2 Spaces with 5 in the Centre. The sparabills [?] filled in with solid rubble walling road formed on same and fence on each side with 10 " Brick Wall 8 ft high and coped with half round stone Coping £43 4s    
    Shuttle House outside measure 24 ft x 15 ft 2 ground floor & 2 chamber rooms Enclosed back yard with Pig House & Offices the back wall build extra strong £70      
    River Wall back of Shuttle House faced with Ashlar Stone 16 " average on the bed and backed with 24 " Rubble Stone Coping. Superficial Yards 18/1½ £10 7s    
    Rubble Stone River Wall average 4 ft thick from the Shuttle House up to the Ashlar Stone Wall near to the large House . Superficial Yards 214. 8/. £86      
    7 " Rough Stone Toppers on the said Rubble Stone River Wall average 30 " Wide. Lineal Yards 92. 3/6 £16 2s    
    River Wall faced with Ashlar Stone 30 " on the bed and backed with Rubble Stone Walling. Superficial Yards 30 and two thirds. 25/. £38 6s 8d  
    Filling in and forming ground up to the new River Wall to be built carting soil etc. Cube Yards 1000 1/. £50      
    Open Wood Fence on the above named River Wall lately put up, 5 ft high and cost £35      
    Vinsey [?] in first rate order 25 ' 6" long 15 feet wide with potting and heating house etc. complete £80      
    10 " Brick Garden and Fence Walls Superficial Roods 31. 24/. £37 4s    
    15 " Brick Garden and Fence Walls Superficial Roods 15½ 36/. £33 6s    
    15 x 3 Stone Coping. Lineal Yards 37. 3/6 £6 9s 6d  
    Half Round Stone Coping. Lineal Roods 51. 3/6 £8 18s 6d  
    Large back Garden Entrance Gates framed ornamental open wood with one new post hanging and fastenings complete £8      
    Repair and rehang back Yard Gates   10s    
    Goit Wall average 36 " thick. Superficial Roods 38. 40/. £76      
    Garden House with fire place and fences and doors with frames to No. 4 Gardens £32      
    Lofty one story shed building with large stack for Copper Boiler, Treacle Boiling House Building 24.0 x 18.0 £40      
    Stable Coach House & No. 4 Cottage Houses £100      
    5 Cottage Houses George Wright and others £75      
    Large House £30      
    4 Cottages connected with Large House £50      
    6 Cottages and File Cutters Shops £90      
    Rubble Stone River Wall average 4 ft thick Superficial Roods 5. 48/. £12      
    24 ' x 12" Ashlar Stone Coping . Lineal Feet 104. 2/6 £13      
    10" Brick Wall on the same coped. Superficial Roods 8¼ 26/. £10 14s 6d  
    River Wall from Furnace Shed to Gardens 11½ Superficial Roods 48/. £27 12s    
    Wall next the Goit next the back of Cottages 4½ 40/. £9      
    General Repairs to the River Wall 100 Yards long including some new coping from File Cutters Shop to the bottom of the Gardens £30      
    New Gate and Hangings complete to the Millyard £10 10s    
    New Shuttle Gate & Foot Bridge on Platform to the same £20      
    Damage to the Fence Walls and Buildings at the Works of Messrs. W. & S. Butcher at Philadelphia, Sheffield        
    20" Rubble Stone Wall bottom of the Garden. Superficial Roods 12. 20/. £12      
    Saw Pit and Offices £10      
    Door and Frame in Fence Wall £1      
    Saw Mill Shed and Shed Roof over Rolling Mill Furnaces £30      
    Rolling Mill £28 6s    
    Turning Shop £15      
    Rubble Cross Wall on Land below Rolling Mill and Back Wall on Wall of Goit £12 12s    
    Repairs to River Wall, on wall of Goit and Coping and repairing the Walls of Goit below the Engine House £32 10s    
    Foot Bridge to Engine House £12 10s    
    Cart Bridge to Rolling Mill £25      
    Iron fencing next Goit. Lineal Yards 63 @ 2/6 £7 17s 6d  
    Stone Coping for the same average 24 x 12 Lineal ft 60. 8/. £9      
    Cold Rolling Mill including taking down and rebuilding the side wall £90      
    Repairs to Doors and Windows in Pairing Shop £4 10s    
    Shed Roof over Boilers £25      
    Two Cottage Houses, double houses £80      
    Ten Cottage Houses, double houses £200      
    Brick Fence Wall with gates in it £16      
    Elve [?] House and Privies £75      
    Grease Shed £15      
    Boiler Shed £55      
    Dust Mill £35      
    Forge & Tilt £400      
    Coke Shed £20      
    Millwright & Smiths Shop with Stove House £350      
    Steel Warehouse £5      
    Blowing House £10      
    Top Tilt £7 10s    
    Managers House and Offices £50      
    The Tar Yard Buildings £100      
    Entrance Gates and Gates to Tar Yard £14      
    10" Brick Walling next Rutland Road. Superficial Roods 16½ 26/. £11 8s    
    Stone Coping on Walling next to Rutland Road Lineal Yards 34. 3/6 £5 19s    
    Goit Wall next Rutland Works Superficial Yards 16½ 26/. £21 9s    
    Clearing Dam & Goit £150      
    Neepsend Gardens £105      
    Multitubular Boiler and Fittings £210      
    Water & Steam Pipes to Engines £110      
    Repairing Pack House Weir £102 2s 6d  
    Making Coffer Dam & clearing the River of the debris above the Shuttle opposite to the Pack House Weir £43 5s    
    Cleaning the River of the Rubbish adjoining Mr. Dixons property (Mr Dixons and Messrs. Burys Wall) below the Philadelphia Goit £12      
    Estimate to Clear the River to Hill Foot £60      
    Damage done to the Works of Messrs. W. & S. Butcher by the Flood on the night of Friday March 11. 1864 at Philadelphia Sheffield        
    Furniture destroyed £4 5s    
    Steel Labels destroyed £4 15s    
    Large Map of the Works and Surrounding Property £5 5s    
    Small Scale and Weight and French Wire Guages £2 1s    
    Books and Stationary £10 15s    
    Papering House and Office £8      
    Two Dray Horses drowned £95      
    3 Carts and a Dray damaged and partly destroyed £13 10s    
    2½ Quarters of Oats 8 Stones Beans & 65 Stones Indian Corn £5 18s    
    Gearing and Tools Washed away £7 5s    
    Pig and Tool Houses Washed away £6 10s    
    2 Copper & Lead Pump Washed away £9      
    3 Copper Gas Lamps and Iron etc. £6 15s    
    1 Iron and Steel Hand Cart £4 10s    
    Black Lead Oil £10 13s    
    White Lead and Pans £3 10s    
    1 Ton Manganese £14      
    4 Cwts B..x {?] £18 13s    
    13 Cwts Best Tallow 50/. £32 10s    
    Pale Whale Oil in Casks £21      
    Neck Grease in Casks £4      
    Double Wood and Lead Cistern £6 5s    
    Tallow and Oil Pans and Boxes £4 5s    
    Wood and Cog Wedges £5 7s 6d  
    3 Pairs Large Bellows and Sundry Tools £34 10s    
    Gas Fittings and Benches £5 5s    
    Repairing Road Weighing Machine (See Pooleys Bill £9 7s 6d  
    Sundry Tools £4      
    Brass Brushes (besides what were recovered at Tower Hale [?] ) £18 15s    
    Crab Frame £1      
    Two large Tool Chests with Tools complete £9 5s    
    Gas Fittings £2      
    Sundry Models £4 5s    
    5 Wheel Barrow £3 10s    
    2 Grinding Stones and Frames £4 7s 6d  
    Large Weighing Machine repaired {See Pooley's Bill) £2 13s 6d  
    Sundry Tools & packed £7 5s    
    To damage to 34 Tons (finished and labelled) and packed Cast Steel and to part of it redrawing £136      
    Sundry Tools Gauges etc. £6      
    Damage to 20½ Tons Sheet Steel £220      
    Brass Brushes £7 9s    
    6 Carboys Oil of Vitirol £5 10s    
    Tools and Tressels £13      
    Hand Lathe and Gantry £6 10s    
    3 Large Strong Oak Pickling Tubs washed away and destroyed £14 17s 6d  
    Boiler with House and Covering £9 3s    
    Spanners and Harnesses etc. £3 15s    
    Gas Fittings Ladder Stove and Piping £4 15s    
    Sundry Tools £4 10s    
    Tallow Oil and Wiping Yarn £4 6s    
    Chad [?] burns [?] Water Gauges for Boiler and 2 Clocks £5 15s    
    Shovels and Wooden Mallets £1 12s    
    Tools and Chests and Steel Gauges etc. washed away £10 10s    
    Damage to 2 Weighing Machines Weights lost £1 10s    
    Gas Fittings £10 4s    
    9 Drawing Bands injured, and 6 totally destroyed £23 10s    
    Included in Rod Mill Charges        
    Sundry Tools £4 15s    
    74 New Steel Cases washed away and destroyed 8/. £29 12s    
    Wood Cut for Cases £6 10s    
    Various Models washed away £36      
    Canada Shaft and Pullies £4 10s    
    Sundry Metal and Wood Pullies £15      
    New Red Wood Boards washed away £9 15s    
    Timber and Board from the lower yard £14      
    27 Ash Helves 380 feet 2/9 £52 5s    
    Timber and Beam Planks £22 10s    
    Deals and Boards £30      
    Manure Timber and Planks £17 10s    
    Sundry Tools Gauges etc. etc. £7      
    5 Cwts Best Cast Steel 40/. £10      
    4 Cwts Common Steel 20/. £4      
    6 Tilts and forges flues repairing £7 10s    
    Rod Mill Flues £2 10s    
    Steel Mill Flues £3 15s    
    Iron Railing destroyed and at the Turning Shop £12 10s    
    4½ Tons Soft Coke washed away £3 7s 6d  
    Iron and Steel Scraps by the Mill washed away £16      
    35 Cwts Best Cast Steel Scraps by Paring Shop washed away 14/. £24 10s    
    18 Tons Coal for Mills and Forges 7/. £6 6s    
    Expenses in getting out of the River 2 Steam Engine Boilers & Cog Wheel 10 feet diameter £3      
    3 Tons Best White Clay 50/. £7 10s    
    10 Tons Brown Clay 30/. £15      
    5 Tons Common Clay 29/. £7 5s    
    Pot and Stand Clay £2 8s    
    750 Pot Stands 1/2 £4 13s 9d  
    750 Pot Lids 2d £6 5s    
    96 Melting Pots 1/. £4 16s    
    Building Box and 18 Large Baskets £2 4s    
    Part of Casks of Oil and Cask of Tar £2 15s    
    Rebuilding Melting Furnaces £24      
    Wages Paid for Cleaning away the Mud and Debris from Melting and Converting Furnaces £37 10s    
    12 Tons Converting Coal Washed away 11/. £6 12s    
    About 100 Brushes Charcoal washed away £2      
    2 Pairs Converting Pots filled and charged with Steel blown up £40      
    20 Tons B. F. to £16.10.0) Spoilt in Furnace loss to 4.0.0 per ton £80      
    20 Tons F. (at 29.0.0) for Shear Spoilt in Furnace loss £3.0.0 1/. £60      
    Cost of converting 40 Tons up to the Flood £37      
    Amount paid in Wages for Cleaning away the mud and Debris from the Philadelphia Works £256 2s    
    Loss by Stoppage of Rod Mill 15 days and Nights £5.0.0 £75      
    Loss by Stoppage of Steel Mill 15 days and Nights £5.0.0 £75      
    Loss by Stoppage of One Tilt 15 days and Nights
Loss by Stoppage of One Forge 15 days and Nights
£90      
    Loss by Stoppage of One Forge 31 days and Nights
Loss by Stoppage of One Tilt 31 days and Nights
£186      
    Loss by Stoppage of One Tilt from 12th April to the present time - No charge        
    Loss by Stoppage of Cold Rolling Mill to the 7th July 16 Weeks £2.10.0 per week £40      
    Loss by Stoppage of Melting Furnaces 15 days £87 10s    
    £2390.18.9 [+]
£1234.9.0 [+]
£2578.19.0 [=] £6204.6.9
       
        £6204 7s 5d  
           

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