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Claim for loss of property #4802 – Particulars

  No. of Claim Name of Claimant Description of Claimant Address of Claimant  
  4802 Thomas Marshall & William Crapper Clay & Brick Dealers 134 Barker Pool  
  Nature of Claimant’s Interest   Particulars of Claim Amount of Damages Claimed  
  Real. Personal   To a new Brick Making Shed on Brick Pillows with Stone Gabels & Through Principals, Floor flued through with 2 feet flues and return draft £322 2s 11d  
  March 12. 19th 7 Mens Wages out of Work 24/6. 4 lbs Candles 2/4 £1 6s 10d  
  19th 4 Mens Wages 5 days each getting Water off clay working 5/. Each per day £5      
  March 19th 2 Mens Wages 6 days each getting Water off Clay working 5/. Each per day £3      
  19. 1 Man's Wages 2 & 3 days getting Water off Clay working 5/. per day £1 5s    
  26. 8 Mens Wages 6 days each 5/. Each per day £12      
  26. 4 lbs Candles   2s 4d  
  27. Sundry 3 Men 5/. Each per day   15s    
  April 5. Two Boys standing 20 days each 1/. Per day each £2      
  2. Two Men washing Roads for carts £2 9s 3d  
  17. Two Men washing Roads for carts £1 11s 2d  
  16. Two Men getting up Flaggs from Land also 1 Boy £1 19s 2d  
  23. Two Men getting up Flaggs from Land £1 16s    
  30. Two Men getting up Flaggs from Land £2      
  March 3 Horses 2 Men 7 days collecting Wood & Flags @ 15/. £5 5s    
    4 Horses and Men Two days 1½ days each collecting Wood & Flags at 17/4 £1 6s    
    2 Men assisting 1½ days each   9s    
  27 Horses and Men 2 days £2 14s    
    Stoppage of Clay Works from March 12 to 28th 14 days £14      
    6 Tons Pot Clay in Shed £6      
  April Cleaning Straight Gate 90 Yards & the same 60 Yards Total 150 yards £7 10s    
    Cost of rebuilding Pot Clay Shed £11 17s 3d  
    Punch Wood and Sundry other Wood used in the Trade £25      
    Messrs. Huttons account for Boiler Fittings in Place of those lost and broken £14 18s    
    Expense of getting Engine out of Mud and Cleaning Same £2      
    Piece of Timber to make a Bridge £1      
  March 12 Articles lost Crops 20/. 6 Shovels 12/. 4 Mattocks 10/. £2.2.0. 6 Wire riddles 24/. Metal & Tram Door 5/. £1.9.0 £3 11s    
    5 Tons Iron Tram Rails and 1 Ton Bridge Rails @ 7/10/0 £45      
  March 12 New Brick Mould 5/. 2 Square Moulds 10/. 1 Bass Mould 5/6 £1   6d  
    1 Shovel 2/. 1 Mattock 2/6   4s 6d  
    2600 Tons Clay & getting Withening & Co. @ 5½ per Ton £666 5s    
    As per Mr E Rhodes' Valuation. Loss of Time by shed being destroyed and works stopped for 26 weeks at 30000 Bricks per week Total 780,000 @ 11/. £429      
    To William Crapper for superintending Works 26 Weeks £27 6s    
    To Mr E Rhodes and Mr Stead for valuing £3 9s    
  Credit          
    Recovered from Land and below after Flood        
    97 Yards damaged Flag 1/. 4.17.0        
    ½ Ton Tram Rails 75/. 1 Brick Mould 13/. 4.8.0        
    Timber as per Mr G Tricketts Valuation 9.6.9        
    Timber as per Mr G Tricketts Valuation 3.0.0        
      £21.11.9 £-21 -11s -9d  
        £1603 11s 2d  
  Certificate Granted
22 June 1865
Assessed by Agreement incl costs at £1217 10s    

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