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Photographic Print : Plan of the Duke of Norfolk's Allotments on Grenno Moor, Ecclesfield, 1793

Plan of the Duke of Norfolk's Allotments on Grenno Moor, Ecclesfield, 1793




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Plan of the Duke of Norfolk's Allotments on Grenno Moor, Ecclesfield, 1793

Scale 2 chains : 1 inch [40 inches : 1 mile].
Surveyor: William Fairbank II.
Includes part of the village of Grenoside; numerical list with tenants and measurements; notes on sales added later (1809); other allotments and exchanges.
Marked on the plan: the widow Ashmore's land, Henry Iberson's allotment, John Allen's allotment, Duke of Norfolk's land, Hawke and Ronkesley's land, cottage, road from Penistone, Jacob Houseley, Matthias Houseley, cottages of Joseph Houseley, John Hobson, John Tingle, Richard Beet and Matthias Houseley, Matthew Ellinson, School Croft, George Thompson, school land, Joseph Hunt, Hannah Tingle's cottage, James Dixons allotment, Joseph Hawley, Thomas Walker, stone quarry, aalotment awarded to James Dixon clerk as vicar of Ecclesfield, Samuel Stevenson, turnpike roaf road to Sheffield, Josiah Ashton, H Wilson, George Booth,
References to the several allotments as they were subdivided in 1793: 1 held by Joseph Oates, 2 – 3 Benjamin Allott, 4 part held by Benjamin Allott [and] – Jackson, 5 John Hobson, 6 Josiah Ashton, 7 Joseph Oates, 8 John Ashton, 8a Joseph Bailey, 9 - 10 Stephen Jackson, 11 – 11a late Samuel Walker and Brothers, 12 part not yet inclosed, 13 Matthias Houseley, 14 part not yet inclosed, 15 George Ellison, 16 Robert Bradwell, Dud Parkin, and John Wilson, 17 Thomas Higgins, 18 Joseph Housley, 19 Joshua Walker, 20 Ann Tingle, 21 Hannah Tingle, 22 George Booth, quarry, 23 - 24 Joseph Smith, 25 Widow Moore, 26 Joseph Smith.
Dimensions of original approx. 74 x 68 cm.
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: arc04461

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10"x8" (25x20cm) Photo Print

Step back in time with our exclusive Media Storehouse Photographic Print of the Duke of Norfolk's Allotments on Grenno Moor, Ecclesfield, from 1793. This historic print, sourced from Sheffield City Archives, showcases a detailed plan of the allotments, surveyed by William Fairbank II. The intricately drawn map includes the village of Grenoside and features a numerical list of tenants and their measurements. Unique notes added later (1809) make this print a must-have for history enthusiasts and local history buffs. Bring a piece of Sheffield's rich past into your home and add depth to your decor with this fascinating, high-quality photographic print.

Printed on archival quality paper for unrivalled stable artwork permanence and brilliant colour reproduction with accurate colour rendition and smooth tones. Printed on professional 234gsm Fujifilm Crystal Archive DP II paper. 10x8 for landscape images, 8x10 for portrait images.

Our Photo Prints are in a large range of sizes and are printed on Archival Quality Paper for excellent colour reproduction and longevity. They are ideal for framing (our Framed Prints use these) at a reasonable cost. Alternatives include cheaper Poster Prints and higher quality Fine Art Paper, the choice of which is largely dependant on your budget.

Estimated Product Size is 25.4cm x 20.3cm (10" x 8")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases the "Plan of the Duke of Norfolk's Allotments on Grenno Moor, Ecclesfield" from 1793. The scale of the plan is 2 chains to 1 inch, or 40 inches to 1 mile. It was surveyed by William Fairbank II and includes various details such as part of the village of Grenoside, a numerical list with tenants and measurements, notes on sales added later in 1809, and other allotments and exchanges. The plan highlights specific landmarks and features marked on it. These include the widow Ashmore's land, Henry Iberson's allotment, John Allen's allotment, Duke of Norfolk's land, Hawke and Ronkesley's land along with their cottage. Additionally mentioned are roads from Penistone leading to Jacob Houseley; cottages belonging to Joseph Houseley, John Hobson, John Tingle; Richard Beet and Matthias Houseley; Matthew Ellinson; School Croft; George Thompson; school land; Joseph Hunt; Hannah Tingle's cottage; James Dixons' allotment; Joseph Hawley; Thomas Walker along with a stone quarry. The plan also references several subdivided allotments in 1793 held by different individuals such as Joseph Oates (plot no. 1), Benjamin Allott (plots no. 2-4), Jackson (part plot no. 4), John Hobson (plot no. 5), Josiah Ashton (plot no. 6), among others. This print provides valuable historical information about the layout and distribution of these Duke of Norfolk’s Allotments during that period in Ecclesfield on Grenno Moor.

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