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Appendix to claim #3868 – Particulars

  No. of Claim Name of Claimant Description of Claimant Address of Claimant  
  3868 John Booth, Alfred Beckett, Robert Cocking, John S. Charlton, Sydney Jessop, William Ibbotson Horne, Thomas Smith, William Hardcastle, Knowlton Wilson, John Wragg, William Stratford, Joseph Jackson, John Haslam, Joseph H. Dixon John Booth, Gentleman
Alfred Beckett, Saw Manufacturer
Robert Cocking, Cabinet Maker
John S. Charlton, Silver Smith
Sydney Jessop, Steel Merchant
William Ibbotson Horne, Merchant
Thomas Smith, Assistant Overseer
William Hardcastle, Clerk
Knowlton Wilson, Surgeon
John Wragg, Grinder
William Stratford, Silver Plater
Joseph Jackson, Grinder
John Haslam, Merchant
Joseph H. Dixon, Silver Refiner
130 Barker Pool at the Office of T. J. Cocking  
  Nature of Claimant’s Interest   Particulars of Claim Amount of Damages Claimed  
  Trustees of the Union Grinding Wheel   Money paid by Thomas Bray for Wages for Cleaning at the Union Grinding Wheel        
  [Allowance] [Workers Name] [Wage]        
  £0.0.7 Thomas Hemmings £0.7.0        
    Joseph Moor £0.4.0        
    John Dyson £0.4.0        
    George Tyas £0.4.0        
    John Moor £0.4.0        
    Padock £0.4.0        
  £0.0.4 Hibbert £0.4.0        
  £0.0.6 Dyson £0.6.0        
  £0.0.5 Braithwaite £0.5.0        
  £0.0.7 Hurst £0.7.0        
  £0.0.2 Issac Booth £0.2.0        
  £0.0.11 Bradshaw £0.11.0        
  £0.0.11 Jackson £0.11.0        
  £0.0.3 Braithwaite £0.3.0        
  £0.0.11 James Hall £0.11.0        
  £0.0.8 Eli Ellis £0.8.0        
  £0.0.4 George Skinner £0.4.0        
  £0.0.7 John Moor £0.7.0        
  £0.1.0 Enoch Smith £0.12.0        
  £0.1.0 Alfred Wilson £0.12.0        
  £0.0.10 Thomas Shaw £0.10.0        
  [Sub total] £0.10.0   [Sub total] £7.0.0        
  £0.0.1 Robert Clack £0.1.0        
  £0.0.3 Joseph Smith £0.3.0        
  £0.0.10 Joseph Downing £0.10.0        
  £0.0.6 John Wood £0.6.0        
  £0.0.4 George Haywood £0.4.0        
  £0.0.7 William Wallace £0.7.0        
  £0.0.7 John Wright £0.7.0        
  £0.0.5 Henry Longden £0.5.0        
  £0.0.4 William Bisby £0.4.0        
  £0.0.1 Samuel Wright £0.1.0        
  £0.1.4 Hilder Pigott £0.4.0        
  £0.0.4 Samuel Tyas £0.16.0        
  £0.1.11 George Tyas £0.4.0        
  £0.1.11 George Colley 5¾ £1.3.0        
  £0.1.10 John Pryor £1.2.0        
  £0.0.8 Richard Wate £1.3.0        
  £0.1.6 Joseph Smith £0.8.0        
  £0.1.4 John Pigott £0.18.0        
  £0.0.4 Joseph Bray £0.16.0        
  £0.2.6 Thomas Bray £1.10.0        
    William Harper £0.2.0        
    Wages £10.14.0 Allowance £0.17.8
[+] Wages £7.0.0 Allowance £0.10.0
£19 1s 8d  
    As per Coal Ticket   16s 9½d  
    1864 March 23. Settled by Thomas Bray
57 Pearl Street, Sheffield, April 2 1864
Debtor To John Bradley
Mason and Builder for Repairing damage done by the late Flood
       
    From Monday March 14th to Saturday the 19th Cleaning Pettys dressing Bricks and building Stone Wall by River Side        
    To 6 days Work by Mason @ 5/3 £1 11s 6d  
    To 6 days Work by Bricklayer @ 5/3 £1 11s 6d  
    To 28 days Work by Labourers @ 4/. £5 12s    
    To 9 Load of Rubble Stone @ 1/.   9s    
    To 6 Ton 16 Cwt of Mortar and Leading 6/6 £2 4s    
    To 1700 Bricks at 2/9 per 100 £2 6s 9d  
    To 3½ days for Horse and Cart leading Stone and Bricks at 8/6 £1 9s 9d  
    From Monday 21st March to Saturday 26th March building Pettys by Water Side, the same at end of Yard Wall round reservoir. Building other Brick Work fire place etc. Filling Carts and throwing Rubbish in River        
    To 6 days Work by Mason @ 5/3 £1 11s 6d  
    To 7½ days Work by Bricklayer at 5/6 £3 10s 10d  
    To 81 days Work by Labourers at @ 4/. £16 4s    
    3½ Tons of Mortar and leading at 6/6 £1 2s 9d  
    To 4 Yards of Flags at 2/6 per Yard   10s    
    From Monday 28th March to Saturday April 2nd Cleaning Rubbish in River, opening Sough blocked up by Rubbish and building Stone Wall to the Cart Road, repairing Chimney Flues        
    To 6 days Work by Mason at 5/3 £1 11s 6d  
    To 18½ days Work by Labourers at 4/. £3 14s    
    To Cleaning Boiler Flues £1 15s    
    To Grate for Channel   3s    
    To ½ ton of Mortar and Leading @ 6/6   3s 3d  
    17 Watson's Walk, Sheffield, April 2/64        
    The Union Grinding Wheel Company
Bought of Thomas Cocking
       
  1864 March 19 To Mens time repairing damages done by the Inundation replacing Race Boards Drumboards, Partitions, replacing Door etc. 18¼ days at 5/. £4 11s 3d  
    168 feet of 1 inch Pine Boards at 3½d per foot £2 14s 10d  
    32 lbs Nails at 3d   8s    
    Oil for Hinges Locks etc.     4d  
    1 Strong Lock and 4 Keys   4s 6d  
    21 feet of 4½ x 3 inch Scantling at 3d   5s 3d  
    21 feet of 3 x 3 inch Scantling at 2d   3s 6d  
    3. 10 Inch Stock Locks 2/4 each   7s    
    6 Latches 4d each   2s    
    6 Catches 3d each   1s 6d  
    6 Carry Latches 2d each   1s    
    6 Strong Suffolk Handles with Latches Catches and Carry Latches 9d   4s 6d  
    1 Strong Lock and 3 Keys   3s    
    3 dozen 3 inch Screws @ 5d   1s 3d  
    1 gross 1 inch Screws   2s    
    8 ft of 3½ x 2½ Scantling at 2½d   1s 8d  
    6 ft of ½ inch in deal at 2d   1s    
    25 ft 4 x 3 Scantling at 3d   6s 3d  
    25 ft 3 x 3 Scantling Best Red @ 2½   5s 2½d  
  23[rd] 55 ft of 1 inch x 7 Planed and Grooved Boards for partition in Engine House at 1½   6s 10½d  
    40. 12 ft x 1 inch Pine Boards for Race Boards 480 feet at 3½d per foot £7      
    24 feet of ½ inch Pine Boards at 2d   4s    
    1 Brass Lock for Office   1s 6d  
    6 Square Trough Bolts at 8d   4s    
  27[th] 168 feet of 1 in Pine at 3½d £2 9s    
    2. 10 inch Locks and 2 Keys each 3/4 each   6s 8d  
    6 Strong Lock Staples 3d   1s 6d  
    6 Strong Door Catches   2s    
    2 Locks repairing 1/. Each   2s    
    2 Keys fitting to 2 Tumbler Locks 1/6 each   3s    
    1 door handle repairing     4d  
    1 New Thumb bit     2d  
    24 ft of 3½ x 2½ Scantling @ 2½d   5s    
    22 ft of 3 x 1 deal @ 1½d   2s 9d  
    18. 1½ inch Screws @ 3d     4½d  
  28[th] 2. 10 inch Stock Locks @ 2/4   4s 8d  
    2. Extra Keys fitting to Stock Locks @ 1/6   3s    
    17 New Keys fitting to Various Locks, Locks Cleaning and Repairing 1/2 each   19s 10d  
    216 feet of 1 inch Pine for Race boards @ 3½ £3 3s    
    4 lb Nails @ 3d   1s    
    56 feet of 1½ inch pine for Drum Boards 4½d £1 1s    
    84 feet of 1 inch deal for Side Races @ 3d £1 1s    
    84 feet of 1 inch in Pine @ 3½d Race Boards £1 4s 6d  
    Iron Strap to support Wheel Rocks   3s    
  April 2 To Mens time 10¼ days at 5/. £2 11s 3d  
    72 feet of 1 inch pine for Race Boards 3½d £1 1s    
    36½ feet of 7 x 1 inch Best Red Deal Planed and Grooved for replacing Ash hole door and Battens at 2d   6s 1d  
    1 Pair of Strong Band Hinges and 2 Bolts   2s 2d  
    1 Catch and Carry Latch     5d  
    1 dozen Strong 2 inch Screws     3d  
    60. 2½ inch Gate Nails     5d  
    6. Spout Irons @ 5d   2s 6d  
    1. 9 inch Wood Lock   2s    
    24 feet of ¾ x 11 Pine at 2½d   5s    
    1 dozen 2½ inch Screws     11d  
    lb 2 inch Nails @ 3d     4½d  
    Oil     3d  
    Settled by Cash £34.8.0        
    dis £0.0.3        
    The Union Grinding Wheel Company
To Walker Eaton & Co.
       
  1864 March 31 To Repairing Gudgeon and turning and fitting Gudgeon £1 4s 3d  
    To Men at premises 15 hours 7/.   10s 6d  
  April 12 to 17 To 4 Men at the premises Gearing Mortice Wheel 332½ hours @ 6/. £9 13s 6d  
    Entered in General Account        
    The Union Grinding Wheel
To T. Bray
       
  1864 April 12 To ¾ days at 18 ft Wheel at 6/.   4s 6d  
  13[th] To 1½ days at 18 ft Wheel at 6/.   9s    
  14[th] To 1½ days at 18 ft Wheel at 6/.   9s    
  15[th] To 1½ days at 18 ft Wheel at 6/.   9s    
  16[th] To 1½ days at 18 ft Wheel at 6/.   9s    
  17[th] To 1 day at 18 ft Wheel at 6/.   6s    
    To Son 7 days at 3/. £1 1s    
  1 George Yates   3s 3d  
    George Hague   5s    
    John Drabble   6s 6d  
  2 Thomas Mawhood   8s 1d  
    William Hyde   3s 3d  
    Edward Green   3s 3d  
    Eli Ellis   3s 3d  
  3 Mary Braithwaite   6s 6d  
    Joseph Littlewood   4s 10½d  
    Charles Littlewood   4s 10½d  
  4 Joseph Hoyle   14s 8d  
    Caroline Haywood   3s 8d  
  5 Spencer & Sons £1 10s    
  6 Samuel Hibbert   11s    
    William Harrison   9s    
    Joseph Hoyle   9s 6d  
  7 Samuel Hirst   8s 1d  
  8 Sorby & Sons £1 10s    
  9 Samuel Bray   6s 6d  
  9a William Bradshaw   9s    
    Richard Groves & Sons   5s 6d  
  10 Francis Scaife   8s 1d  
    William Morton   6s 6d  
    Thomas Ward   3s 3d  
  11 Thomas Robinson   3s    
    George Robinson   3s 3d  
    William Kent   3s 3d  
    Jarvis Thorpe   3s 3d  
    Henry Briggs   6s 6d  
  12 Joseph Hodgson £1 5s    
  13 Frederick Dewsnap   6s 6d  
    James Varley   3s 3d  
    Aaron Wilson   3s 3d  
    Samuel Sharpe   6s 6d  
  14 Ralph Renshaw   19s 6d  
    Jonathan Bragg   9s    
  15 Jonathan Ward   8s 1d  
    Edwin Bower   3s 3d  
    John Wragg   6s    
  16 William Outram   11s    
    Thomas Eyre   15s    
  17 Thomas Matkin   7s 9d  
  18 Alfred Hukin   10s    
    Groves & Son   15s    
    John Booth   14s    
    John Parkin   5s 6d  
  19 James Pickford   8s 8d  
    James Wood   4s    
    Thomas Greaves   6s 6d  
  20 Edward Godley   8s 6d  
    James Cooper   4s    
    Joseph Parkin   10s    
  21 Twiton Brothers £1 10s    
  22 Samuel Spooner   6s 6d  
    Christopher Bray   5s    
    William Webster   6s 6d  
    Chamber Servants        
  1 Henry Hall   3s 3d  
    Elijah Hall   3s 3d  
    Joseph Nicholls   5s    
    William Cooke   5s    
    Richard Bamforth   3s 3d  
  2 William Nelson   9s    
  3 John Green   3s 6d  
    John Moor   3s 6d  
  4 Thomas Bray   6s 6d  
  5 Joseph Rogers & Son   16s 2d  
  6 George Hodgson   3s 3d  
    James Crapper   3s 3d  
    Joel & Spencer   6s    
    George Williams   8s    
    William Platts   8s 1d  
  7 Alfred Skinner   11s 3d  
    Thomas Walker   3s 3d  
  8 James Oldfield   3s 3d  
    John Grub   4s 6d  
    Andrew Badger   3s 3d  
  9 Thomas Jackson   5s    
    George Colly   3s 3d  
    John Newton   5s    
    John Jackson   3s 3d  
  10 Charles Eyre   6s 3d  
    Benjamin Burgin   3s 3d  
    Charles Rollinson   3s 3d  
    George Steel   3s 3d  
  11 Abraham Booth   6s    
    Richard Broadhead   3s 3d  
  12 John Milner   3s 3d  
    George Newton   6s    
  13 Joseph Parrott        
    William Platts   8s 1d  
  14 Charles Hall   6s 6d  
  15 James Morton   9s    
    Jonathan Wells   3s 3d  
  16 John Hartley   11s    
    Joseph Redfern   3s 3d  
  17 John Parkin   6s 6d  
    John Middleton   6s 6d  
  18 Duckenfield & Dyson   6s 6d  
    Charles Hollingworth   3s 3d  
    Daniel Gledhill   3s 3d  
  19 John Wright   6s    
  20 John Platts   6s 6d  
  21 Frederick Hemmings   7s 6d  
  22 Samuel Deakin   6s 6d  
  23 Samuel Tyas   8s 1d  
  24 William Holmshaw   8s 1d  
    Alfred Nelson   3s 3d  
    Samuel Barker   3s 3d  
  25 William Smith   3s 3d  
    John Walker   5s    
    John Holmshaw   3s 3d  
    Henry Bray   3s 3d  
    John Pearson   3s 3d  
    Henry Champion   3s 3d  
  26 Joseph Moor   9s    
    William Saddler   6s 6d  
    Damages repaired and Valuation of Damages caused by the Flood at rhe Union Grinding Wheel March 12 1864        
    Money Paid        
  1864 March 15 A Barrow   7s    
    Coals   17s 3d  
    Wages 4 Men 1 day £1      
    A. Nelson, Labourer   6s    
  19[th] Bower, Carter, 4 days, removing Rubbish @ 8/. £1 12s    
    Hulme, Carter, 4 days, removing Rubbish @ 8/. £1 12s    
    Waite, Carter 4 days, removing Rubbish @ 8/. £1 12s    
    Raines, Carter 5 days, removing Rubbish @ 8/. £2      
    Vause, Carter, 5 days, removing Rubbish @ 8/. £2      
    Allowance   5s    
    Engine Man Assisting and Men £3 16s    
    Jordan, Carter leading £1 3s    
    Nicholls, 2 days labor   7s    
    Champion, 2 days labor   7s    
    Holmes, Carter labour 4 days at 8/. £1 12s    
    Allowance   3s 4d  
  26[th] Raines, Carter removing Rubbish 6 days at 8/. £2 8s    
    Waite, Carter removing Rubbish 6 days at 8/. £2 8s    
    Vause, Carter removing Rubbish 6 days at 8/. £2 8s    
    Money Paid for Labour by Thomas Bray see Bill 19.18.5½        
  April 8 Bradley, Mason, repairs brick work 45.9.6        
    Cocking, Joiner repairing wood work etc. 34.8.3        
    Pearson 2 days Labour   7s    
    J. Hoyle 4 days Labour   16s    
  25[th] Walker Eaton & Co. Men for Cogging See Bill 11.8.3        
    Allowance to Men £1      
    Wadsworths Bill £1 18s    
    Wadsworths Bill £1 5s    
    Thomas Brays Bill 3.7.6        
    139 Cogs at 1/3 used in the 18 ft Wheel £8 13s 3d  
    Thomas Bray for Cogging   13s 6d  
  March 12 to 19 For 1 Weeks loss of Rent as per Book See Book 39.17.1        
    Cog Wood Washed away 300 ft x 10d £15      
    A lot of Deal Planks and Boards £6      
  April 12 1 Weeks loss of Rents on account of the Cogs Stiffening. See Book £39 17s 1d  
    T. J. Cocking for Superintending Repairs £10      
    Valuation        
    From No. 1 to No. 22 Hull Containing 83 Drums damaged at 5/. Per Drum £20 15s    
    32 upright bands damaged at 5/. Each £8      
    Rubbish on the River removing as Wheeled out of Grinding Wheel 15 yards x 5 yards x 2 yards = 150 yards at 6d per yard £3 15s    
    Rubbish removing 5 yards x 3 yards x 1 yard = 15 yards, Rubbish removing 9 yards x 3 x 2 = 54 yards = 69 at 6d £1 14s 6d  
    Corner of Brick down 9 yards at 5/. Per yard £2 5s    
    Circular Brick house 7 ft 8 inches diameter 23 feet by 8 feet high 10 inches Wall 20¼ yards at 5/. £5 1s 3d  
    1 Door and Frame to the same 6 feet by 3 feet   13s    
    Smiths Shop        
    2 Pair of Bellows damaged £1 10s    
    Damage to Smiths Tools £2      
    Boiler House        
    3 Boilers damaged £6      
    Culvert from Engine House to Main Sewer 24 yards long 6 feet deep, taking up and putting down at 5/. Per lineal yard £6      
    Flagging over the Boiler relaying 5 yards x 10 yards = 50 yards at 1/. Per yard £2 10s    
    Engine House        
    1 Spur Wheel 170 Wood Cogs 16 Inch Broad @ 1/. £8 10s    
    1 Spur Wheel 10 feet Mortice Wheel 152 Wood Cogs 16 Inch at 1/. £7 12s    
    1 Spur Wheel 6 feet Mortice Wheel 66 Wood Cogs 10 Inch broad broken when they had worked a short time £9 18s    
    Sough from Engine House to the River taking up and Cleaning out 24 yards at 3/. Per yard £3 12s    
    George Hawksleys Charge for Valuing £4 4s    
    Interest on £360.2 .2½ at 5 per cent (6 months) £9      
        £369 2s 1½d  
           

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