|Content Description||First Party: Arthur Edward Elliott as agent for the Excutors of the late 7th Duke of Newcastle and as secretary for the London and Fort George Land Company Limited.|
Second Party: Edmund Bessell Whalley, of Netherfield, Sparken, Worksop.
Agreement between (1) and (2), whereby (1) agrees to let to (2) a parcel of land adjoining a property known as 'Netherfield' in Worksop [coloured pink on attched plan]; includes a right of way between points marked A, B and C on plan, (2) having already made arrangements with Major Harold steel for a right of way over roadway C to D; also includes the right to run fowls on the field in the occupation of W. Raines.
Rent: £2 per annum payable half yearly.
Includes plan with the property in question coloured pink, and the right of way marked A, B, C and D and coloured yellow; shows the field in the occupation of W. Raines; provides names of properties on the western side of Sparken Hill, being Repton Lodge, Netherfield, un-named, White Gates, Sparkenholme, and Camelot [from north to south].
Note that the wrapper lists a number of other items, none of which are present, as follows: Counterpart lease to Arthur Staniforth of Netherfield, Sparken Hill, Worksop; notice of agreement from Arthur Staniforth to William Waterfall, dated 31 Jan. 1912; notice of agreement from William Waterfall to Hugh A. Longbottom, dated 26 Mar. 1923; notice of agreement from Hugh A. Longbottom to E.B.Whalley, dated 25 May 1928.