Hebden Parish Historical Data

Page 7 of the Entitlements from the 1857 Hebden Enclosure Map

This is the seventh and last page of the Hebden 1867 enclosure entitlements. You should be able to use your mouse to zoom in and out and pan round the image. A transcription of the page is provided below the image, and also a link to the next page. For more details about the Enclosure please see here.

Transcription

Persons interested
Residence
and Description
Allotments Lands in respect of which Claims allowed and Allotments made
No on
Map
Extent Fences to be made and
maintained by the owner
Numbers on the Tithe Map in the
Townships of Hebden and Hartlington
Extent Tenure
a r p a r p
Wall James 47 1 24 West and North 251. 252. in Hebden 8 Freehold
White George 24 24 0 0 West North and East 476. 485. 487 In Hebden 102. 104. 105. 106. In Hartlington 27 1 16 Freehold
Wensley Robert 48 1 24 West and North 291. In Hebden 11 Freehold
Whalley Joseph 31 23 0 22 East West and North 22. 23. 24. 263. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 25. 26. 227. 264. 28. 29. 30. 31. 226. 231. 236. 237. In Hebden 23 3 0 Freehold
Demaine Christopher 12 36 1 13 East West North part of South 70. 71. 72. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. In Hartlington 26 2 1 Freehold
Hebden Richard 13 21 0 14 East West and North 150. 159. 168. 161. 148. In Hartlington 6 2 25 Freehold
Ray Edward Cunliff Lister 6 97 1 24 East West and North 126. 127. 128. 151. 113. 131. 130. 129. 125. In Hartlington 51 2 2 Freehold
7 28 1 8 East West and North
Turbary 14 51 0 10 North
Public Quarry Bare Scar 30 11 1 35 North
Public Quarry Low Moor 54 3 0 5 West
Watering Place 49 8
Allotment. Labouring Poor 55 5 2 39 West and South
Hebden School Trustees 56 1 0 East West North and South
Recreation Ground 57 2 2 11 East West North and South
58 3 1 24 East West North and South
Roads 12 12 2 27
2660 1 15

And I further set out allot and award the said Rent Charge of Four pounds and Ten shillings payable out of the Allotment for the Labouring poor unto and amongst the several persons and in the proportions hereinafter mentioned that is to say -

Unto Thomas Johnson as Trustee acting under the will of the late Abraham Chamberlain £2 0s 0d
Unto The Trustees under the will of the late Robert Proctor £1 10s 0d
Unto John Lupton £1 0s 0d
£4 10s 0d

And I the said Ralph Lodge do hereby order direct and appoint that good and sufficient fences for inclosing the several Allotments hereinbefore described if not already set up and made shall be made within the space of Eighteen months from the Confirmation by the said Inclosure Commissioners of this my Award by the several persons owners for the time being of the said several allotments on the sides hereinbefore in that behalf prescribed on which sides respectively a letter is marked or drawn thus T on the said map.

In Testimony whereof I the said Ralph Lodge have to this my Award which I have under the directions of the said Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales caused to be drawn up and engrossed on parchment set my hand this twenty fifth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty seven.

In Witness and Confamation whereof We the Undersigned Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales have hereunder inscribed our respective names and caused our Offical Seal to be affixed this twenty fifth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty seven.