Records of the Feoffees of the Common Lands of Rotherham
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Published by Public Library in Rotherham .
Written in English


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Statementtranscribed for the National Register of Archives by M.H. Mackenzie.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCL 87/1064 (C)
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p. ;
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2492516M
LC Control Number87461729

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  the common lands of rotherham charity. the charity's objectives are for the relief of aged, impotent and poor inhabitants of the county borough of rotherham and any charitable purposes for the general benefit of the said inhabitants. in practice grants are made to local people and charities, and small scholarship awards are made to local.   The Charity's objectives are for the relief of aged, impotent and poor inhabitants of the County Borough of Rotherham and any charitable purposes for the general benefit of the said inhabitants. In practice grants are made to local people and charities, and small scholarship awards are made to local students to assist them in continuing their. It was suppressed in but revived in as the feoffees of the common lands of Rotherham, and remains in existence. In the s the Rotherham-born Archbishop of York, Thomas Rotherham, instigated the building of a College of Jesus or Jesus College, Rotherham to rival the colleges of Cambridge and olitan county: South Yorkshire. Those Was Good Lads 1 Most of the work for this book was done in the early s. At that time, I received a of the Feoffees of the Common Lands of Rotherham, and therefore had access to the archives of that organisation, not all of which are reproduced in Historic Notices.

It was suppressed in but revived in as the feoffees of the common lands of Rotherham, and remains in existence. In the s the Rotherham-born Archbishop of York, Thomas Rotherham, instigated the building of a College of Jesus or Jesus College, Rotherham to rival the colleges of Cambridge and d in: West Riding of Yorkshire, England (- ). NRA Rotherham: Feoffees of the Common Lands NRA Sharlston Coal Co Ltd NRA EP Shaw & Co Ltd, mineral water mfrs, Wakefield link to scanned list. Rotherham, West Riding of Yorkshire [Bibliography] Up to Rotherham's first workhouse was probably the "Cottage Workhouse" on The Crofts. This was set up in in leased premises following a legacy of £ left to Rotherham's poor by the Earl of Shrewsbury in and . - Records of the former West RidingitemsCounty Council. It will accept material by transfer (items that are in common ownership e.g. Rotherham Council), on deposit (including from public bodies), as a .

Rotherham Archives and Local Studies Services was established in following the abolition of the South Yorkshire County Record Office to preserve records of all aspects of life within Rotherham Metropolitan Borough and to make them accessible for use by members of the public. It was suppressed in but revived in as the feoffees of the common lands of Rotherham, and remains in existence. In the s the Rotherham-born Archbishop of York, Thomas Rotherham, instigated the building of a College of Jesus or Jesus College, Rotherham to rival the colleges of Cambridge and Oxford. Full text of "Drakes Road Book of the Sheffield and Rotherham Railway (corrected)" See other formats. Full text of "Drake's Road Book of the Sheffield and Rotherham Railway; with a visiter's guide to the towns of Sheffield and Rotherham" See other formats.