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Claim for loss of property #1694 – Particulars

  No. of Claim Name of Claimant Description of Claimant Address of Claimant  
  1694 John Shepherd Timber Merchant Dixon Lane, Sheffield  
  Nature of Claimant’s Interest   Particulars of Claim Amount of Damages Claimed  
  My own Freehold Property, Neepsend Lane
My own Freehold Property, Saville Street
  Neepsend Brewery        
    To Messrs. Flockton and Abbotts Estimate of damage done to Buildings Fences and Roads as per Copy Valuation which will be produced £378 10s    
    No. 1 Cellar        
    Three Vats removed from bearings, No. 4 5 and 7 and Wall knocked down £2      
    Rope loss belonging to double block pullies 60 feet £1      
    Stock of Isinglass (28 pounds) and finings lost and Casks damaged £7 12s    
    2 54 xxxxx Beer lost 72/ £7 4s    
    6 36 x used as Allowance for Men when removing the mud etc. 36/ £10 16s    
    No. 2 Cellar        
    One Vat thrown down and damaged £10      
    40 Barrels of old Beer lost 20/ £40      
    Wash House        
    12 Gross of Corks lost 1/3   15s    
    20 Gross of Stives lost 1/6 £1 10s    
    4 Barm Bags lost 3/6   14s    
    Shed and Yard        
    3 hundredweight Salt lost 4/   12s    
    Brushes for Cask washing, Chisels and Hammers lost   10s    
    7 Tons of Coal lost 6/ £2 2s    
    1 dozen Bass Brooms 6 Buckets for removing mud   13s 6d  
    3 Shovels for removing mud   6s 9d  
    Allowance Room        
    5 pairs Mens Clogs lost 4/ £1      
    2 Oil Lamps lost 1/9   3s 6d  
    Engine House        
    Estimated loss of Tools, Oil Cotton, Whitelead, Tallow and Spun Yarn £2      
    No. 1 Coopers Shop        
    Estimate of Tools damaged and Cost £5      
    Estimate of Revitto and Clout Nails lost £1 10s    
    5 hundredweight of Stoop Iron damaged 5/ £1 5s    
    Office and Cellar        
    6 pounds Copper Cuttings lost 1/   6s    
    1 " 18 Gallon x x x lost £1 2s 6d  
    1 " 18 Gallon x lost   18s    
    2 Brass Taps lost   6s    
    Gas Company repairing pipe   2s 6d  
    Stable        
    Brown Horse 5 Years old drowned £45      
    Black Horse 6 Years old drowned £25      
    Brown Horse Aged drowned £20      
    Grey Mare Aged drowned £20      
    Gig Mare Aged drowned £10      
    Harness for 5 Horses and 1 new Set Harness £5      
    Estimated damage of Stable Utensils Skeps and Oil lost £1      
    15 hundredweight Straw lost £1 13s 9d  
    4 Head Stalls and Slips lost £1      
    Carriage House        
    Two extra Collars lost   10s    
    Four Gig Collars lost £1 4s    
    3 double Rein Bridles and bits lost £1 10s    
    Martingale and breechband lost   5s    
    Old Bin and dripper lost   3s    
    One Gig damaged belonging to Mr. Unwin amount paid to him for the same £2 2s    
    One Gig damaged paid Bill for repairs £8 5s 11d  
    Yard        
    One Water Tub lost   10s    
    10 Tons of Manure £2      
    1 Load Lime for purification   8s 2d  
    1 Storey 11 days Man Horse and Cart 7/6 £4 2s 6d  
    One Horse and Cart 14 days 4/6 £3 3s    
    To Wages paid for cleansing £45   8d  
    To Estimate of loss by Stoppage 12 days £40      
    To Messrs. Flockton and Abbots Charge for Valuation £5 5s    
    1864 March 19 Cleaning and Cellars 5 Men 6 days each = 30 days @ 4/ £6      
    1864 March 19 Allowance for Ale   5s    
    1864 March 26 Cleaning out Cellars 2 Men 5 days each = 10 days @ 4/ £2      
    1864 April 2 Cleaning out Cellars 6 Men 4 days each = 24 days @ 4/ £4 16s    
    1864 April 2 Allowance for Ale   6s    
    1864 April 2 Horse Cart and Man 1 day @ 8/   8s    
    1864 April 9 Cleaning Floor Boards - 2 Men 6 days each = 12 days @ 4/ £2 8s    
    1864 April 16 Cleaning Floor Boards - 2 Men 5 days each = 10 days @ 4/ £2      
    1864 April 16 36 feet 7x7 Timber braces to support projection over River washed away @ 8d £1 4s    
    1864 April 16 Repairing Timber braces - 2 Joiners 3 days each = 6 days @ 5/ £1 10s    
    1864 April 16 Exhaust Pipe and fixing £2 8s 6d  
    1864 April 16 Depreciation in five Standard of Red Deals being covered with Wet and Mud @ 60/ £15      
    1864 April 16 Estimated loss sustained by stoppage of Saw Mill and Business £10      
        £769 7s 3d  
  Certificate Granted
1 June 1865
Assessed by Consent at £731 9s 3d  

Note: Total entered in claim is £769.19.3

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