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Appendix to claim #5445 – Particulars

  No. of Claim Name of Claimant Description of Claimant Address of Claimant  
  5445 Edward V. Birks, Charles Elam, William H. Birks, Judith A. Birks, and Henry Simpson trading under the firm of "Thomas Rawson & Co." Thomas Rawson Barker, John Kenyon Skelton, Thomas William Rodgers Edward V. Birks, Charles Elam, William H.Birks, Judith A. Birks, and Henry Simpson - Common Brewers, Thomas Rawson Barker - Lead Merchant, John Kenyon Skelton - Merchant, Thomas William Rodgers - Esquire Edward V. Birks, Charles Elam, William H.Birks, Judith A. Birks, and Henry Simpson - Pond Street Brewery, Sheffield, Thomas Rawson Barker - The Edge, near Sheffield, John Kenyon Skelton - Middlewood, near Sheffield, Thomas William Rodgers - Endcliffe Vale, near Sheffield  
  Nature of Claimant’s Interest   Particulars of Claim Amount of Damages Claimed  
    Schedule to the Claim of Messrs. Thomas Rawson & Co. and their Trustees        
    Damage to the London Apprentice and Cottage, Spring Street        
    Cleaning out deposit of Mud etc. in Cellars and Yard including allowance of Ale to Men. 3 Men 5 days , 15 days @ 5/. £3 15s    
    Excavation to Dry Floors which continued too damp for occupation removing soil and leading dry materials to fill in 29 5/27 Cubic Yards 2/. £2 18s 4½d  
    3" Flags new boasted 11 Superficial Yards 4/6 £2 9s 6d  
    Flags old relaid 33 Superficial Yards 1/3 £2 1s 3d  
    New Front entrance door & fastenings £1 10s    
    Repairing Benches £1 10s    
    Broken Glass in Sashes etc.   6s    
    Papering Walls and Painting £2      
    Damage to the Ball in and Cottage, Green Lane        
    Clearing out deposit of Mud in Cellars and Yard 3 Men 5 days and 2 Men 1 day = 17 days 5/. £4 5s    
    Excavation to dry floors which continued too damp for occupation removing soil and leading dry materials to fill in with. 36 20/27 Cubic Yards @ 2/. £3 13s 6d  
    3" Boasted Flags new 14 6/9 Superficial Yards @ 4/6 £3 6s    
    3" Boasted Flags old relaid 40 8/9 Superficial yards @ 1/3 £2 11s 1½d  
    New Deal Gantry in Cellar 12.0" x 1.8 £1      
    Papering Walls and Painting £2      
    Damage to the Light Horseman and Philadelphia        
    9" Brickwork to fence wall part new Materials 5 6/63 roods @ 14/. £3 11s 4d  
    9" Brickwork Gantry in Cellar 12 yards superficial @ 2/. £1 4s    
    9" Brickwork Coal Places new Materials 1 rood @ 28/. £1 8s    
    Coping (½ round) new Materials 24 ft running each 1/. £1 4s    
    Coping reset old Materials 12 ft @ 2d   2s    
    2" New Yard Door framed and filled with Batten Boards 320 feet superficial @ 10d £1 6s 8d  
    1" Casing to Gate Posts 33.10 feet superficial @ 6d   16s 11d  
    9 x 9 Oak Gate Posts 20.0 feet running @ 1/7 £1 11s 8d  
    Bands Hooks and Fastenings to Yard Door etc. £1      
    Clearing out deposit of Mud in Cellar and Yards including allowance to Men, 4 Men 5 days, 20 @ 5/. £5      
    Cleansing Well and Drains 2 Men 6 days 12 @ 5/. £3      
    Repairing footings of side fence wall Mason 2 days @ 5/.   10s    
    Repairs to Doors and Windows etc. Joiner 6 days @ 5/. £1 10s    
    Painting as per Milners account £2      
    Damage to Sportsman's Inn, Owlerton        
    Vegetable Soil washed out of Tea Gardens £10      
    Excavation to dry flag floors and filling with dry materials 16 4/27 cubic yards @ 2/. £1 12s 3½d  
    Excavation for Ashpits etc. 24 cubic superficial @ 8d   16s    
    Opening and Cleansing drains Labour 3 days 12/. Mason 2 days 10/. £1 2s    
    Rubble Fence wall round Garden, Labour, Mortar and part New Stone, 122 Roods @ 12/. £73 4s    
    9" Brickwork to Walls of Public House Cottage, tool house part new Bricks 12½ @ 14/. £8 15s    
    9" Brickwork to Pigstyes Privies, Coal Places etc. all New Materials 14 9/63 each 28/. £19 16s    
    3" Flags New Material faced 14 6/9 yards superficial @ 4/. £2 18s 8d  
    3" Flags Old relaid 20 2/9 yards superficial @ 1/3 £1 5s 3d  
    18" Flags Coping to Walls of Privies etc. 28 1/3 yards running @ 2/. £3 3s 9d  
    18" Flags Coping to Walls of Privies etc old reset 7 yards running @ 9d   5s 3d  
    Plastering inside Walls of House 88 yards superficial @ 8d £2 18s 8d  
    Plastering Ceilings 33 Superficial yards @ 1/. £1 13s    
    Plastering outside House 9 4/9 superficial @ 8d   6s 3½d  
    Raking out Joints of Brick work painting and colouring front of P. H. next road 58 6/9 yards superficial @ 1/. £2 18s 8d  
    Grey Slating to Pigstyes, Privies and Tool House New Materials 49 8/9 yards superficial @ 2/6 £6 4s 8½d  
    New Chimney Piece in Parlour of P. H. 15/. Stove resetting 7/6 New Cleansed Hearth 7/6 £1 10s    
    Kitchen Range resetting 10/. Urinal Stone New Working 15/. £1 5s    
    2 Steps resetting and front flights pointed with Cement   8s    
    1 " Floor Boards in Parlour & Chamber 19 yards superficial @ 2/6 £2 7s 6d  
    1" Casing to pump door posts etc. 920 feet superficial each 6d £2 6s    
    Battened Doors 102.6. each 10. 4/5/5 1½ Cellar Flags 12.6 each 8d 8/4 £4 13s 9d  
    8 x 8 Oak Gate Posts 35.0.0 ft running each 1/2 £2   10d  
    5½ x 3 Floor Joists in Bed Room 24.0 ft runnng each 4d   8s    
    5 x 2 Floor Joists in Parlour 11.7.0 ft running @ 2½d £1 4s 4½d  
    3 x 2 Spars for Tool House etc. 321.0 ft running @ 2d £2 13s 6d  
    4½ x 3 Lintel 10.0 ft running @ 3d   2s 6d  
    11 x 3 Pirlins [?] 33.0 ft running @ 7½d £1   7½d  
    5½ x 3 Rebated Door Frames 17.3 ft running @ 6d   8s 7½d  
    7 x 1 Torns Skirting 37.0 ft running @ 3½d   10s 9½d  
    2 x 1 Moulding 32.8 ft running @ 2d   5s 5½d  
    Pump Case Top No. 1   3s 6d  
    24 x 24 Ash Pit doors and frames includng Bands and Hooks 3 @ 8/6 £1 5s 6d  
    Rim Lock 2 @ 7/. 14/. Bands and Hooks 2 per 4/. Suffolk Latches 2/. £1      
    Metal Fall Pipe 14 2/3 yards runnng @ 2/6 2 Air Grates 2/. £1 18s 8d  
    2 Ash Grates 6/. Lead Pipe and Barrel for Pump 2/5/. £2 11s    
    Solder 5 lbs 4/2 Ironwork 7/6 Bucket Valves and Leathers 6/.   17s 8d  
    Man & Boy 1 day 7/. Painting as per Milners account 9/11/9½ £9 18s 9½d  
        £233 9s 11½d  
           

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