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A year's lease for a watermill at Mill Bridge, Liversedge

1 sheet of vellum measuring 62cm x 39cm comprising a lease from Thomas Greenwood and Benjamin Wood of a corn mill at Mill Bridge, Liversedge to Elizabeth Kershaw. The description of the demised property includes, "All that Mill or building situate and being at Mill Bridge aforesaid used as a Corn mill with the water wheel, steam engine, engine house, drying kiln, machines, hoppers, Mill stones and all other implements, fixtures, geerings and things belonging to the said mill...". The indenture is signed and sealed by Wood and Greenwood.


This image is undated; however it cannot be later than 1909 as this copy of the postcard bears a postmark of that date.


Abstract of Title of the Victoria Saw Mills, Bridlington Quay

8 sheets of paper (approx 42 x 33 cm with two small coloured plans attached), comprising an Abstract of Title showing the conveyance to George Thornham and Water Reynoldson, Timber Merchants, in June 1889 of the Victoria Saw Mills, Bridlington Quay, together with all associated warehouses, outbuildings and machinery (including the water wheel and steam engines) for the sum of £1250. A further Abstract of Title concerns a 99 year lease from 6 April 1890 to Thornham and Reynoldson of adjoining land at Manor Street, Bridlingon Quay.

Pickering, A, Hull

"Flour Mills and Insurance" (continued)

Cutting from 'The Finance Chronicle and Insurance Circular', discussing the layout, machinery and processes of roller mills and their associated fire risks. This article is a continuation of DUFF-SBK-001 and DUFF-SBK-002.

The Finance Chronicle and Insurance Circular

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