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Bagot Family Estate Papers
Bagot Family Estate Papers
1706-1931
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Deeds and Leases concerning estates in Middle Hulton, Kearsley and Worsley 1706-1803. Papers concerning the Inclosure of Walkden Moor and Chat Moss 1758-1843. Maps and Plans of Middle Hulton, Kearsley and Worsley 1772-1868. Records of the mining interests of Mabel Arden Haworth Booth in Middle Hulton, Kearsley and Worsley including plans (1907) and surveyors notebooks 1905-1931. Miscellaneous papers 1879; 1906-1946Related Material:The Greater Manchester County Record Office has a similar collection of papers concerning the Bagot family (Ref GB124.E3).Place:/Middle Hulton/Deane/Lancashire/England/Kearsley/Deane/Lancashire/England/Worsley/Eccles/Lancashire/England
Title:
Bagot Family Estate Papers
Date of work:
1706-1931
Reference number:
GB127.L5
Level of description:
Fonds
Custodial history:
The Lancashire property of the Bagot family in Middle Hulton, Kearsley and Worsley was acquired by the family in 1711 on the marriage of Thomas Arden Bagot, son of Arden Bagot of Pipe Hall, Warwicks., and Honora, daughter and heir of Sir Win. Egerton, second son of John, 2nd Earl of Bridgewater.
Source:
The papers dealing with the surface estates (L5/1-4) were deposited in the Library in 1961 by Messrs. Beale & Co., solicitors of Birmingham, who found them in the offices of Messrs. Colmore, Monckton and West, when they took over the firm. Those dealing with the mining interests of Mrs. M.A. Haworth - Booth, daughter of Henry Richard Reginald Bagot (L5/5) were formerly in the possession of Messrs. S. & J. Bailey of Birmingham, mining and civil engineers.
Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COLLECTION
Language:
English
Record number:
7181658
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