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Claim for loss of property #5970 – Particulars

  No. of Claim Name of Claimant Description of Claimant Address of Claimant  
  5970 The Most Noble Henry Duke of Norfolk, The Right Honourable Edward George Fitzalan Howard, The Right Honourable William Bernard Lord Pelre, The Right Honourable Henry Valentine Lord Stafford, John Abel Smith Esquire The Most Noble Henry Duke of Norfolk: Peer
The Right Honourable Edward George Fitzalan Howard: M.P.
The Right Honourable William Bernard Lord Pelre: Peer
The Right Honourable Henry Valentine Lord Stafford: Peer
John Abel Smith Esquire: M.P.
The Most Noble Henry Duke of Norfolk: Norfolk House, St. James' Square in the County of Middlesex.
The Right Honourable Edward George Fitzalan Howard: Glossop Hall in the County of Derby.
The Right Honourable William Bernard Lord Pelre: Thorndon Hall near Brentwood in the County of Essex.
The Right Honourable Henry Valentine Lord Stafford: Cossey Hall near Norwich in the county of Norfolk.
John Abel Smith Esquire: Chester Square in the County of Middlesex.
 
  Nature of Claimant’s Interest   Particulars of Claim Amount of Damages Claimed  
  The claim is made in respect of injury to the Freehold of the property specified of which the claimants are owners and is exclusive of the Rights and Interests of the Tenants in respect of their several yearly holdings in such property or in the parts thereof respectively held by such Tenants.   The details of the Claim are set forth in the Schedule annexed hereto marked A. {See schedule A. Annexed}        
    In the Township of Nether Hallam        
    For damage to Lands held by Mr George Hawksley under a yearly holding. {1} £528 6s 4d  
    In the Township of Brightside Bierlow        
    For damage to the Road leading to the Old Park Wood and the Club Mill {2} £212 11s 11d  
    For damage to New Streets {3} £39 6s 8d  
    In the Township of Sheffield        
    For damage to the River Wall, Calf Shed, etc. in the Cattle Market {4} £220 14s 3d  
    Note: A separate claim is sent in, in respect of injury caused to the Norfolk Bridge        
    For Particulars see Appendix.        
        £1000 19s 2d  
      For particulars see Appendix        
  Certificate Granted
4 July 1865
Assessed by Consent at £900      

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