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            1400       73         1 1926A.SAM
            1401       73         2 26STRIKE.SAM
            1402       73         3 ALBERT4.SAM    Sale notice for Albert Works, 28 8 1875, believed to be at Albeit Village.
            1403       73         4 ALBRT1.SAM     Sale of "Mushroom Hall" beer house Albert Village 25 7 1878.
            1404       73         5 ALBRT2.SAM     Tenders invited for the erection of new Chapel. 1111877
            1405       73         6 ALBRT3.SAM     Letter suggesting school at Albert Village 15 8 1995
            1406       73         7 ALBRT4.SAM     Secretary of the Albert Village Ratepayers Association write in amplification of 'An Old Inhe
            1407       73         8 ALBRTW1.SAM    Advert Bricks for sale, Albert Works, Woodville. Is this the same as the Albert Works, Albert
            1408       73         9 ALBRTW2.SAM    Sale of Cottages and Brickworks 18 5 1870, is this the Albert Works?
            1409       73        10 ALBRTW3.SAM    Advert, sale of lease of Albert Works, Church Gresley, 29 10 1878.
            1410       73        11 ALBRTW4.SAM    Notice of sale of lease of Albert works 9 5 1883
            1411       73        12 ASHBY1.SAM     Prices of meat coal bread etc. for relief 28 3 1875
            1412       73        13 ASHBY2.SAM     Proposal for Joint water supply for Ashby districts and Swadlincote.
            1413       73        14 ASHBY3.SAM     Ashby workhouse: no sugar for the rhubarb. B E G 9 5 1895
            1414       73        15 ASHBYBK.SAM    Sale of debts owing to the bank, on the bankruptcy of Fishers, Simmonds, and Mammatt, 1
            1415       73        16 ASHBYCL1.SAM   Act authorising the sale of the Ashby Canal to the Midland Railway Nov 1845.
            1416       73        17 AULT1.SAM      Fire at Pallissey works, check if Aults
            1417       73        18 AWOLDS1.SAM    Meeting to accept Local Government Act in the district of Ashby Woulds. 14 3 1872.
            1418       73        19 AWOLDS12.SAM
            1419       73        20 AWOLDS2.SAM    Pop. and death rate, Ashby Woulds, 22 2 1872.
            1420       73        21 AWOLDS3.SAM    Ashby Woulds Local Board Elections April 1891
            1421       73        22 AWOLDS5.SAM    Ashby Woulds Local Board undertake to provide lighting in that part of Woodville under
            1422       73        23 AWOLDS6.SAM    Meeting of the Ashby Wolds Local Board: contains population statistics.
            1423       73        24 AWOLDS7.SAM    Ashby Woulds District council meeting discusses site for council offices: report on scarlet
            1424       73        25 AWOLDS8.SAM    Ashby Woulds District Council balance Sheet (part) 12 9 95
            1425       73        26 Awolds8a.sam   Result of first poll for members of the Ashby Woulds Urban District Council 1894
            1426       73        27 AWOLDS9.SAM
            1427       73        28 AWUDC.SAM      Collection of facts
            1428       73        29 B-O-T.SAM      Notice of application by Borough of Burton on Trent for permission to supply electricity 5 12
            1429       73        30 BALL1.SAM      Accident to a youth named Yaters at Randall and Ball's brick and pipeworks.
            1430       73        31 BANKS1.SAM     Advertisement 8 5 1880 Banks' Hill Top Pottery list of wares.
            1431       73        32 BANKS2.SAM     Robbery at Banks' Hill Top pottery 6 4 1878
            1432       73        33 BANKS3.SAM     Fire in drying shed at Banks' Hill top pottery 23 8 1888?
            1433       73        34 BANKS4.SAM     Advert for sale of Hilltop Potteries, Church Gresley. 1 8 1995
            1434       73        35 BARRY1.SAM     Fire at Barry's encastic tile works Church Gresley
            1435       73        36 BARRY2.SAM     Liquidation sale of the Woodville Fire Brick and Sanitary Pipe Works. Sale date 28 4 1881
            1436       73        37 BARRY3.SAM     Liquidation of Barry's, sale of Hillside Firebrick Works, Gresley Encaustic Tile Works & Wo
            1437       73        38 BARRY4.SAM
            1438       73        39 BBCC1.SAM      Advert of 3 1 1874 of coal by the Boothorpe Brick and Coal Compy
            1439       73        40 BBCC2.SAM      Accident, young man fell part of way down shaft.
            1440       73        41 BBCC3.SAM      Advert: sale of Boothorpe Sanitary Pipe Co. BEG 16 5 1895
            1441       73        42 BCOLVOL4.SAM
            1442       73        43 BCREC1.SAM
            1443       73        44 BDBEWKS1.SAM   B.D. Mail 5th March 1909 Local coal for Burton Electricity Works. 0rders on Moira and N
            1444       73        45 BDCOTON1.SAM   B.D. Mail 112 1908 New 1ndustry for Gresley Messrs Wardle Cattle food. report appears t
            1445       73        46 BDMATSY1.SAM   Accident at Matsyard Colliery cl 7 3 1909
            1446       73        47 BDSDPOT1.SAM   Meeting of South Derbyshire pottery workers with regard to new price list.
            1447       73        48 BDSTAN1.SAM    Stanton Colliery G. Mansfield fatally injured failing from a boiler
            1448       73        49 BDTART1.SAM    Notice of closure Trent Art Tile work 26 3 1909
            1449       73        50 BELECW1.SAM    Coal for Burton Electricity Works. From Moira; Netherseal; Kingsbury. 5 3 1909
            1450       73        51 BINFRY1.SAM    Funding of infirmary and subscription for admittance
            1451       73        52 BLACK1.SAM     Blackfordby Colliery and Ploughfiats Colliery, prosecutions under the coal mine acts. 15 10
            1452       73        53 BOOKCLB1.SAM
            1453       73        54 BOT1.SAM       Low temperatures at Burton on Trent, 1878 to 1895
            1454       73        55 BOTB0G1.SAM    Tenders for groceries, for Burton Board of Guardians (workhouse supplies) 29 6 1882
            1455       73        56 BOUNDR'S.SAM   Proposed county and poor law union boundary changes. Report to Derbyshire County Cot
            1456       73        57 BRASS1.SAM     Newhall Band at election 23 11869. Worthington & Co's, Band at Stapenhill 22 5 1869.
            1457       73        58 BRASS2.SAM     References to Newhall Excelsior and Perseverance Brass Bands 1081
            1458       73        59 BRASS3.SAM     Stapenhill Band AGM 15 3 1907
            1459       73        60 BRASSB1.SAM    Worthington Brass B and Stapenhill Gardens Whit Monday 1889
            1460       73        61 BRETBY1.SAM    Letter to editor about assault by the civilised inhabitants of Newhall14101880
            1461       73        62 BRETBYC1.SAM   Death of Jervis Adams. Fall of stone at Bretby Colliery.
            1462       73        63 BRETBYC2.SAM   Bretby Colliery. Fatal Accident to J. Tomlinson, shunter.
            1463       73        64 BRETBYC3.SAM   dispute at the Bretby collieries over the weighing of coal
            1464       73        65 BRETBYC4.SAM   Coal prices Bretby Colliery 1881 - 1890
            1465       73        66 BRETBYC5.SAM   John Young gaoled tor having matches underground on 18 1 1881 at Newhall Park Coll
            1466       73        67 BRITON1.SAM    Hosea Tugby adverts for men.
            1467       73        68 BRUNT1.SAM     Brunt Bucknell & Co. established 1832
            1468       73        69 BRUNT2.SAM     Excursion to Blackpool Ior workmen of Messrs. Brunt and Co., & Messrs Sharpe and Co. 8
            1469       73        70 BTDGE1.SAM     Strike against reduction in wages Nov 1881
            1470       73        71 BTHYD1.SAM     Letter to Messers Steadman, Jarvis and Clark. of 2141993                                        d
            1471       73        72 BTHYD1A.SAM    Covering letter to Steedman Jarvis & Clarke re Bath Yard Proposals. 20 4 1993 WIR to ZE         d
            1472       73        73 BTHYD2.SAM     list of vehicles likely to be available from steam group                                        d
            1473       73        74 BTHYD2B.SAM    Covering letter Wffi to Z13 T HYD 2 list of vehicles owned by proposed steam group to Stee
            1474       73        75 BVNTCF1.SAM    Sale notice estate at Swadlincote belonging to Charles Fletcher 9ullivant 25 10 1827
            1475       73        76 BVNTCF2.SAM    Meeting of creditors of Charles Fletcher Bullivant to be held on 13 12 1827.
            1476       73        77 BVNTCF3.SAM    Paying 2s in the E to creditors of C. F. Builivant, Bankrupt.
            1477       73        78 CANNOCK1.SAM   Price of West Cannock coal in Burton. 3 1 1878.
            1478       73        79 CHESTLD1.SAM   Visit of Disraeli to Bretby Park 2 4 1874
1479   73    80   CHESTLD2.SAM    Rumoured betrothal of Disraeli to Countess of Chesterfield 9 4 1874
1480   73    81   CHESTLD3.SAM    Memorial Hall to become mining school
1481   73    82   CHPL1.SAM       Reopening of coppice side chapel by Primitive Methodists, October 1879
1482   73    83   CHPL2.SAM       0pening of the new Baptist Chapel, Swadlincote 5 9 1877
1483   73    84   CHPL3.SAM       Opening of the new Free Church Chapel, 7 11 1878
1484   73    85   CHPL4.SAM       0pening of new Wesleyan Reform Chapel 5 11879
1485   73    86   CINSM&KT.SAM    NCB "Coal in South Midlands and Kent" 1978/79
1486   73    87   CMANAGRS.SAM    National Association of Colliery Managers meeting 3 9 1891 list colliery managers and undi
1487   73    88   COALVL1.SAM     New Local Board for Coalville.
1488   73    89   COALVL2.SAM     Boiler explosion at Stapleford brickworks, Coalville
1489   73    90   CORONET1.SAM    Inquest report of 27 6 1894 gives name of partnership refers to rope made at Woodville.
1490   73    91   COTERIL1.SAM    William Cotterill giving up his tenancy of brickyard owned by Granville Coll. Co.
1491   73    92   COTERIL2.SAM    Fire at Pot works of Messrs. Cotterill 8 7 1882
1492   73    93   COTERIL3.SAM    Sate of pottery on death of Wm. Cotterill 29 8 1893
1493   73    94   COTERIL4.SAM    Description of pottery (on sale withdrawn at £960)
1494   73    95   COTONPK1.SAM    Increase in contract price for coal getting c29 8 1889
1495   73    96   COTONPK2.SAM    Coton Park colliery pay dispute 28 8 1890 & 11 9 1890
1496   73    97   COTONPK3.SAM    Advert for Coton Park Coal 3 11878
1497   73    98   COTONPK4.SAM    Accident to onsetter at the Coton Park & Linton Coll. 29 8 1874
1498   73    99   COTONPK5.SAM    Notice of sale of Coton Park Estate on 3 8 1882 contains details of survey by F. C. Gillett k
1499   73   100   COTONPK6.SAM    The Coton Park Colliery dispute 11 9 1890
1500   73   101   COTONPK7.SAM    All men at Coton park Coll. put on notice. Report BC 7 9 1882
1501   73   102   Cotonpk7a.sam   Death of Henry Green of the Coton Park and Linton Colliery
1502   73   103   CRUCDEC.SAM     Advert sale of Heath End Colliery equipment 31 5 1881
1503   73   104   CRUCM93.SAM     Crucible March 1993 From the Newspapers Newfleld and Swannington 3 collieries
1504   73   105   CRUCMH94.SAM
1505   73   106   CRUCMRCH.SAM    Sanitary state of Swadlincote
1506   73   107   DMMOIRAB.SAM    Advert accommodation at Norris Hill and Warren House for visitors to Moira Baths 1817
1507   73   108   DONH1.SAM
1508   73   109   DONTHP1.SAM     S ale of Steam Flour M ill, Donisthorpe Lane, 7 5 1888.
1509   73   110   DONTHP4.SAM     Strike notices to be given in by Donisthorpe miners.
1510   73   111   DONTHP5.SAM     Mill and brewery at Donisthorpe: for sale
1511   73   112   DONTHPC1.SAM    William Hill sinker charged with assault.
1512   73   113   DONTHPC2.SAM
1513   73   114   DONTHPC3.SAM
1514   73   115   DONTHPC4.SAM    Fatal accident at upcast shaft 1112 1884
1515   73   116   DONTHPC5.SAM    G. Checkland, Managing partner of Donisthorpe Coll. summoned for failing to secure the ro
1516   73   117   DONTHPCH.SAM    Consecration of Donisthorpe Church Saturday 24 8 1838
1517   73   118   DONTPWRT.SAM    Sale of Stock in trade of Mr. J. Ensor, cartwright, Donisthorpe 17 7 1879.
1518   73   119   EARDLEY1.SAM    JAM E S Eardley, Woodville, organ pipe maker 1871
1519   73   120   ENSOR1.SAM      Dinner held on 8 8 1872 at Pool Works on inauguration of Ensor's patent kiln
1520   73   121   GOGH&TL1.SAM
1521   73   122   GRANV36.SAM     Accident at Granville Colliery to a Miner who lived at Netherseal. B E G 15 8 95.
1522   73   123   GRANVC10.SAM    Annual dinner of the Granville miners accidental society 30 11 1876
1523   73   124   GRANVC11.SAM    Trial of wedge action machine for breaking down coal.
1524   73   125   GRANVC12.SAM    Death of Mr. Cockin director, with Mr. Wragg and Mr. Sharp, of the Granville Colliery Comp
1525   73   126   GRANVC13.SAM    Accident while lowering rope into new pit at Granville colliery
1526   73   127   GRANVC14.SAM    Price list dispute: Granville miners come out on strike.
1527   73   128   GRANVC15.SAM    Striking Granville miners in violent demonstration against blacklegs.
1528   73   129   GRANVC16.SAM    Letter from G. Bragg manager Granville Colt. to W. Buckley, asking for a meeting.
1529   73   130   GRANVC17.SAM    Meeting or Granville Miners at Swadlincote: report by Buckley on meeting with Bragge
1530   73   131   GRANVC18.SAM    Meeting of the Granville miners, 8uckley's statement give tonnage rates for Church Gresley.
1531   73   132   GRANVC19.SAM    Letter from the Granville Colliery Company explaining their viewpoint.
1532   73   133   GRANVC20.SAM    Granville Colliery strike: letter: holers and loaders viewpoint.
1533   73   134   GRANVC21.SAM    Letter to the editor protesting against a proposal by Robert Heafield that the strike levy be
1534   73   135   GRANVC22.SAM    Letter (from Granville miner?): supporting view of Granville management.
1535   73   136   GRANVC24.SAM    Meeting of Granville miners: ref to prices for coal getting thirty years previously
1536   73   137   GRANVC25.SAM    Meeting of Granville miners: settlement of 1991 subject to 14days notice to terminate!
1537   73   138   GRANVC26.SAM    R. Heafield comments on effects of strike on strikers pay.
1538   73   139   GRANVC27.SAM    Providing for the wants of the Granville miners now more difficult as the Newhall Field men
1539   73   140   GRANVC28.SAM
1540   73   141   GRANVC29.SAM    Miners meeting: resolution proposing that arbitrators be appointed by themselves and the
1541   73   142   GRANVC30.SAM    Strike levy raised to 1 s. Sd.
1542   73   143   GRANVC31.SAM    Strike: main coal men offer to accept status quo.
1543   73   144   GRANVC32.SAM    Two strikers from Newhall Field Colliery get jobs at Granville Colliery. also cost of Granville
1544   73   145   GRANVC33.SAM    G. Bragge's reply to letter of 31 at May from union suggesting settlement terms
1545   73   146   GRANVC34.SAM    End of strike
1546   73   147   GRANVC35.SAM    Management refuse to reinstate enginemen
1547   73   148   GRANVLC1.SAM    W. Smith summoned by M r. Hardy Bailiff at the Granville Colliery I of leaving work without n
1548   73   149   GRANVLC2.SAM    Boiler explosion at Granville Colliery 26/311870 P. W. Hickenbottain killed
1549   73   150   GRANVLC3.SAM    Breaches of rules Granville colliery 7 4 1870
1550   73   151   GRANVLC4.SAM    Thomas Evans, boiler fireman at Granville Col sent to gaol for hanging extra weight on unc
1551   73   152   GRANVLC5.SAM    Case to recover overpayment of wages. Variation of the large butty system at Granville Co
1552   73   153   GRANVLC6.SAM    Dispute "Ripping" gives output from stall for22 4 1891
1553   73   154   GRANVLC7.SAM    Boiler explosion at Granville Colliery 13 2 1838
1554   73   155   GREENTG1.SAM    Embezzlement by cashier at T. G. Green
1555   73   156   GRES1.SAM       Burton on Trent Union Board of Guardians comments regarding state of sanitation at Ch. C.
1556   73   157   GRES10.SAM      Report of Church Gresley Parochial Committee, 31 1 1884 includes figures for water consIL
1557   73   158   GRES11.SAM      Extension to Gresley school. Designed by Mr. Quinton. Is this the Quinton who owned Pool
1558   73   159   GRES12.SAM      Letter to editor with regard to poor water supply.
1559   73   160   GRES13.SAM     Meeting of Rural Sanitary Authority: references to Gresley and Newhall.
1560   73   161   GRES14.SAM     Letter to the editor about the water supply and the sanitary condition of Gresley
1561   73   162   GRES15.SAM     Quartet contest
1562   73   163   GRES16.SAM     Meeting to consider names and state of streets in Church Gresley.
1563   73   164   GRES17.SAM     Gresley church brass band purchase double Bass
1564   73   165   GRES18.SAM     Proposed rebuilding of the Boot Inn at Church Gresley, 1894.
1565   73   166   GRES19.SAM     The future of Gresley Common (1nquiry) B C 27 7 94
1566   73   167   GRES2.SAM      Church Gresley water works . Spring of water located at 22yds. depth 21 11 1878.
1567   73   168   GRES20.SAM     Tenders invited for the Gresley Brewery (winding up) 1 8 1894
1568   73   169   GRES21.SAM     Quartet contest at Church Gresley. BC 9 4 1896
1569   73   170   GRES22.SAM     Concert By the "Gresley" band. BC 6 8 1896
1570   73   171   GRES3.SAM      Note on the provision of sewers and water supply. 27 3 1879
1571   73   172   GRES4.SAM      Notice of adoption of Local Government act, 14 3 1872.
1572   73   173   GRES5.SAM
1573   73   174   GRES6.SAM
1574   73   175   GRES7.SAM      Report on progress of sewerage works 14 12 1876
1575   73   176   GRES8.SAM      Parochial committee discuss increase in borrowing for sewerage works etc., 15 7 1875
1576   73   177   GRES9.SAM      Meeting of the Church Gresley Parochial Committee August 1882; f ever outbreaks.
1577   73   178   GRESC1.SAM     C. Mellor and J Mellor charged by Mr. Waiters manager of Church Gresley Colliery
1578   73   179   GRESC2.SAM     Presentation to Mr. Wafters, manager Gresley Colliery, on his retirement in 1872
1579   73   180   GRESC3.SAM     Miners go back to work at Church Gresley Colliery after strike. Given soup while on strike t
1580   73   181   GRESC4.SAM
1581   73   182   GRESC5.SAM     Notice of sale of Gresley Coll. to take place 29 11 1832.
1582   73   183   GRESC6.SAM     Notice with regard to George Gregory's bankruptcy 4 6 1834
1583   73   184   GRESCH1.SAM    Reopening of Gresley Church on 5 11 1872 after partial restoration.
1584   73   185   GRESCH2.SAM    Reverend Lloyd leaves Gresley Parish after c36 years.
1585   73   186   GRESEST1.SAM   Notice of sate of Manors of Church and Castle Gresley 31 10 1827
1586   73   187   GRESFAM1.SAM   Marriage of Sir Robert Gresley to Lady Francis Spencer Churchill 6 6 1893
1587   73   188   GRICE1.SAM     Advert Edward Grice, Sanitary ware and Terra Cotta Goods, Swadlincote Mills. 25 5 1880
1588   73   189   GRICE2.SAM     Advert sale of brewing utensils, sewerage pipes and chimney pots by Edward Grice Swad]
1589   73   190   GRICE3.SAM     Edward Grice Brick & Pipeworks sale of steam engine and boiler 6 7 1871
1590   73   191   GRICE4.SAM     Advert by Edward Grice, Swadlincote Mills.
1591   73   192   GRICE5.SAM     Notice of sale of redundant plant, Edwd. G rice's Common Side Works, Church Gresley, 15
1592   73   193   GRICE6.SAM     Death of Mrs- Grice, wife of Edwd. Grice earthenware manufacturer, 7? 9 1871B
1593   73   194   H&B3.SAM       Shaft accident Swadlincote old Coll. 11 10 1875
1594   73   195   H&B4.SAM       Failure of auction of Cadley and Swadlincote Collieries to find a buyer. 2 2 1872
1595   73   196   H&B5.SAM       Sale notice for Swadlincote and Cadley Hill Collieries. 22 12 81
1596   73   197   H&B6.SAM       Story of cat falling down shaft; gives some technical details
1597   73   198   H&B7.SAM       Shaft accident: cage gets entangled with haulage rope.
1598   73   199   H&B8.SAM       Presentation to Alfred Eley (Manager H &B's 0ld Colliery( on his retirement
1599   73   200   H&B9.SAM       Accident on Hall & Boardman's railway joining Cadley Hill and Swadlincote Collieries
1600   73   201   H&BS1.SAM      Fatal accident to Thomas Wilkinson
1601   73   202   H&BS2.SAM      Fatal accident to James Crackle
1602   73   203   HALLSPW1.SAM   Accident at pipeworks belonging to Mr. John Hall. BEG 27 6 1895+B238
1603   73   204   HAYWOOD1.SAM   Accident while removing boiler at Samuel Haywood & Co C7 111889
1604   73   205   HAYWOOD2.SAM   Murder of S. Haywood , sanitary ware manufacturer 24 3 1890: Sale Moira Sanitary Pipe
1605   73   206   HAYWOOD3.SAM   Sale of Haywoods pipeworks to take place on 1110 1890
1606   73   207   HAYWOOD4.SAM   Samuel Haywood and Co Limited, workmen's treat, some details of members of the firm
1607   73   208   HAYWOOD5.SAM   Accident, Haywood's pipeworks, boy dragged into pipe machine B C31 10 1895
1608   73   209   HEATH1.SAM     Fire at Mr. F. Heaths Pottery, Woodville
1609   73   210   HEATHER1.SAM   Heather Colliery Brickworks. Advertisement 24 11878.
1610   73   211   HEATHER2.SAM   Heather Colliery advertisement of coal and bricks 28 3 1878
1611   73   212   HEATHER3.SAM   Strike: Heather colliery continues to work.
1612   73   213   HEATHND1.SAM   S ale of machinery etc. Heath End Colliery 315 1881
1613   73   214   HEATHND2.SAM
1614   73   215   IRON.SAM
1615   73   216   JONES1.SAM     Sale 18 7 1881 of Potworks on 6resley Common occupied by Aaron J ones
1616   73   217   JONES2.SAM     Advert. Flower pots &c. BC 13 2 1896
1617   73   218   KNOWLE3.SAM    Completion of new building 8 3 1884
1618   73   219   LEICSTR1.SAM   Distress in Leicestershire due to state of the trade 25 4 1878
1619   73   220   LEICSTR2.SAM
1620   73   221   LEISURE.SAM    Leisure activities in late 19th century
1621   73   222   LINTON.SAM     Erection of iron chapel at Linton Heath 24 4 1878
1622   73   223   LINTON2.SAM    First anniversary of P. M. iron chapel, Linton Heath.
1623   73   224   LINTON3.SAM    Sports day Netherseal Colliery cricket ground.
1624   73   225   LINTON4.SAM    Meeting to determine the school requirements for Linton and Castle Gresley.
1625   73   226   LINTON5.SAM    Sewage system at High Cross Bank. also ref to water consumption at Swadlincote
1626   73   227   LINTON6.SAM    Coton Park and Linton Colliery company allow miners to pick coal from the dirt heap.
1627   73   228   LINTON7.SAM    Miners relief committee
1628   73   229   LINTON8.SAM    Work on noxious ditch at Linton Heath B C 18 6 1896.
1629   73   230   MANSFLD1.SAM   Planning application for brick and clay manufactory 12 10 1893
1630   73   231   MASNCSH1.SAM
1631   73   232   MASON1.SAM
1632   73   233   MATTSY1.SAM    Accident at Matts Yard Colliery. 17 3 1909
1633   73   234   MEASHM1.SAM
1634   73   235   MEASHM2.SAM    Large mushroom found
1635   73   236   MEASHMB1.SAM   Extract from Measham Brewery sale notice 12 6 1890
1636   73   237   MEASHMB2.SAM   Measharn Brewery: sale of brewery plant on 117 1895.
1637   73   238   MEASHRT1.SAM   Measham and Hartshorne Rural District Council, report by the Medical Officer of Health.
1638   73   239   MEASHRT2.SAM   Boundary revisions. Donisthorpe sewage works report. BC 30 7 1896
1639   73   240   MEASHRT3.SAM   Overcrowded cottage at Ann's Well. BC 20 8 1896.
1640   73   241   MEASHTS4.SAM   Area & pop of Hartshorne and Measham Rural District & Ashby Rural District. BEG 30 5
1641   73   242   MIDLDBW1.SAM   Advert, bricks for sale, Midland Brick Works, Woodville. 29 3 1877+B316
1642   73   243   MIDWAY1.SAM    Tea meeting 24 4 1879 Midway contains about 25 houses.
1643   73   244   MIDWAYP1.SAM   Refers to Upper Midway pottery M> Ingram & Co., indicates that it was in operation prior to
1644   73   245   MIDWAYP2.SAM
1645   73   246   MIDWAYP3.SAM   Attempts at coercion of members of pottery in favour of voting for Sir Roger Greasley
1646   73   247   MIDWAYP4.SAM   The Newhall Pottery at Upper Midway, for sale 315 1892, occupied by Staley Bros.
1647   73   248   MIDWAYP5.SAM   Advert: Midway Pottery for sale by auction
1648   73   249   MOIRA1.SAM     Child rescued from cistern, Stone Rows 215 1888
1649   73   250   MOIRA10.SAM    Moira Arms Quadrille Class 8 C 30 11896
1650   73   251   MOIRA11.SAM    Outbreak of typhoid fever at Moira. BC 30 7 1896
1651   73   252   MOIRA12.SAM    Extract. Council meeting BC 6 8 1896
1652   73   253   MOIRA2.SAM     Anniversary of Wesleyan Chapel, Moira, reported 25 5 1878.
1653   73   254   MOIRA3.SAM     Advert accommodation at Norris Hill for visitors to Moira baths 2f 11 1 bl
1654   73   255   MOIRA4.SAM     Accommodation at Warren House 29 111817
1655   73   256   MOIRA5.SAM
1656   73   257   MOIRA6.SAM     Whit Wednesday meeting of the Moira corp of the Salvation Army.
1657   73   258   MOIRA7.SAM     First anniversary celebrations of Moira Corps of the Salvation Army, 16 6 1888
1658   73   259   MOIRA8.SAM     Nightingale at furnace spinney
1659   73   260   MOIRA9.SAM     School treat: Lord Donington's school at Moira
1660   73   261   MOORE1.SAM     Accident At Moore's brickworks, Swains Park.
1661   73   262   NATION1.SAM    Women in mines 1879
1662   73   263   NATION2.SAM    Agricultural labourer's wages Malton 16 111878
1663   73   264   NATION3.SAM    Strike: unrest in south Wales
1664   73   265   NATION4.SAM    Strike: Federation to ballot members to clarify situation
1665   73   266   NATION5.SAM    Strike: only one pit not working in the Rhondda Valley.
1666   73   267   NATION6.SAM    Announcement of passing of Local Government Act, and instructions for carrying out elec.
1667   73   268   NETH10BC.SAM   Advert, Bull & Co., Burton agents for Netherseal Coal, 1 172.
1668   73   269   NETH11BC.SAM   Accident on engine plane. Thomas S haw killed by runaway water "barrel" 4 11 1881.
1669   73   270   NETH12BC.SAM   Fire at Netherseal colliery, Sealing of shafts believed to have been successful & extinguished.
1670   73   271   NETH13BC.SAM   Nuisance at Netherseal Colliery houses. Poor drainage from pigsties.
1671   73   272   NETH14BC.SAM   Fined for proping ventilating door open
1672   73   273   NETH15BC.SAM   Man charged with unauthorised shot firing at Netherseal colliery 10 11884
1673   73   274   NETH16BC.SAM   Accident at Netherseal Coll. 16 12 1890
1674   73   275   NETH17BC.SAM   Youth kicked in stomach by hoarse.
1675   73   276   NETH18BC.SAM   Discussion by School Board as to the effect of Netherseal Colliery taking Coal below.
1676   73   277   NETH1BC.SAM    Absent without leave from Netherseal Colliery 20th June 1872
1677   73   278   NETH1BDG.SAM   Netherseal Colliery "Fairplay" action County Court Ashby 24 3 1887 & appeal of 27 2 1888
1678   73   279   NETH2BC.SAM    Sale notice for Netherseal Colliery. S ale to be held 10 7 1889
1679   73   280   NETH3BC.SAM    Advert for Netherseal coal 18 7 1889
1680   73   281   NETH3BDM.SAM   News items ref to closure of Netherseal Colliery Nov 1947
1681   73   282   NETH4BC.SAM    Accidental death of Thomas Hocart caused by an explosion of gas 16 10 1874
1682   73   283   NETH5BC.SAM    Accident on Haulage cA 0 10 1889
1683   73   284   NETH6BC.SAM    Meeting with regard to presentation of testimonial to T. Wilkinson, Manager and presentation
1684   73   285   NETH8BC.SAM    Boiler explosion while sinking Netherseal Colliery 7 9 1871
1685   73   286   NETH9BC.SAM    Negotiation Buckley and Hague Netherseal colliery "Fair play" dispute 22 8 1890
1686   73   287   NETHABS.SAM    Abstract of title of Netherseal Colliery Co. to lands at Linton
1687   73   288   NETHBC18.SAM
1688   73   289   NETHBDM1.SAM   B. D. Mail 1st Feb. 1908 re Flooding at Netherseal Colliery
1689   73   290   NETHBDM2.SAM   B. D. Mail report 7th Feb. 1908 re flooding at Netherseal Colliery
1690   73   291   NETHBEG1.SAM   Netherseal Colliery Cricket club Gala 24 7 1894
1691   73   292   NETHSRT.SAM    In the Matter of the Netherseal Colliery Co. Limited 28 111890 and other matters.
1692   73   293   NEWBART2.SAM   Letter 05 5 96 subs and agm apologies
1693   73   294   NEWBARTS.SAM
1694   73   295   NEWBOLD1.SAM   Strike: Newbold colliery continues to work. employs about 80 miners
1695   73   296   NEWGRANT.SAM
1696   73   297   NEWHAL10.SAM   Further cases of small pox at Newhall 4 5 1888
1697   73   298   NEWHAL11.SAM   Dilapidated cottages near Holly Bush 1nn.
1698   73   299   NEWHAL12.SAM   Consecration of new Chancel for Newhall Church
1699   73   300   NEWHAL13.SAM   £500 raised for restoration of Newhall Church in twelve months
1700   73   301   NEWHAL14.SAM   New water supply for Newhall
1701   73   302   NEWHAL15.SAM   Newhall Wakes 1893
1702   73   303   NEWHAL16.SAM   Short list chosen for headmaster of the new central school
1703   73   304   NEWHAL17.SAM   School Board: receipt of grant: To advertise for headmaster for new school.
1704   73   305   NEWHAL18.SAM   New fire engine attends fire in one of the last two thatched cottages in Newhall
1705   73   306   NEWHAL19.SAM   Controversy over the appointment of Mr. Tunniciiffe as Headmaster for Newhall Central School
1706   73   307   NEWHAL20.SAM   Newhall and Stanton School's Prize giving 14 2 1895
1707   73   308   NEWHAL21.SAM
1708   73   309   NEWHAL22.SAM   Opening of Newhall Central schools BC 15 8 1995
1709   73   310   NEWHAL23.SAM   Notice of Sale of Swan 1nn, Newhall, to take place 26 3 1896 B C 12 3 1896
1710   73   311   NEWHAL24.SAM   Positioning of bell at Stanton school. BC 3 9 1896.
1711   73   312   NEWHAL25.SAM   Sale notice mentions proposed new street (Parliament Street?) B C 9 7 1896
1712   73   313   NEWHALB3.SAM   Notice of vacancies on training scheme.
1713   73   314   NEWHALB4.SAM   Lottery interim report and confirmation of funding 25 3 96
1714   73   315   NEWHALB5.SAM
1715   73   316   NEWHALL1.SAM
1716   73   317   NEWHALL2.SAM
1717   73   318   NEWHALL3.SAM
1718   73   319   NEWHALL4.SAM   Parade, as a consequence of an election, led by the Newhall Town Band 23 1 1869
1719   73   320   NEWHALL5.SAM   Laying of memorial stone for new Wesleyan Chapel July 1882, ref. to Coton Park brickwork
1720   73   321   NEWHALL6.SAM   Water installation at Newhall, water to be turned on 1 2 1882
1721   73   322   NEWHALL7.SAM   Letter regarding loan for water supply to Newhall and the quality of milk 23 9 1880.
1722   73   323   NEWHALL8.SAM   S ale of Land at Newhall (proprietor) Wm. Abbott, includes Part of Pit Close and Sough Dike
1723   73   324   NEWHALL9.SAM   Sale of Stony Dale farm 9 4 1849
1724   73   325   NEWHALT2.SAM
1725   73   326   NEWHALT3.SAM
1726   73   327   NEWHLBD6.SAM   SDUDC request for payment of partnership funding.
1727   73   328   NEWLOT1.SAM
1728   73   329   NEWMFO.SAM     NCB "New Mines For Old" (South Midlands) Cl 980
1729   73   330   NEWMIN1.SAM
1730   73   331   NHALLTST.SAM   Instrument trust.
1731   73   332   NHLLBND.SAM
1732   73   333   NHLLBND1.SAM
1733   73   334   NTHBINNS.SAM   G J Binns misc.
1734   73   335   NTHCPBS.SAM    Balance sheet at liquidation of Coton Park Coll. Co. 1870. Shows years 1867,1868,1869.
1735   73   336   NTHLL&L.SAM    Letter Lewis & Lewis to Netherseal Coll. Co. 3rd Feb. 1913 re working of M ain Coal to East
1736   73   337   NTHLQODR.SAM   Order on the Application for the Liquidation of the Netherseal Coll. Co. Ltd. (old) made 28 1
1737   73   338   NTHLSPR.SAM    copy of special resolution of the "new" Netherseal Colliery Company passed 16 1890. re
1738   73   339   NTHSHAW.SAM    Agreement of the 11 1867 exploration of Coton Park Estate and permission to sink shafts
1739   73   340   NTHSLAOT.SAM   Abstract of Title of Netherseal Colliery Co. to Lands at Linton (to be added to NETHER S.6
1740   73   341   NTHWMBS.SAM    BALANCE SHEET OF THE WEST MOIRA COLLIERY CO. MADE UP TO THE 3112 18-.
1741   73   342   NTHWSGL.SAM    Three letters 1905 1907 & 1907. W. S. Gresley to Netherseal Colliery Co. re working of M.
1742   73   343   NWLDCJA1.SAM
1743   73   344   OAKTHP1.SAM    Water supply for Oakthorpe and Donisthorpe.
1744   73   345   OAKTHP2.SAM    Public tea in aid of Oakthorpe band.
1745   73   346   OAKTHP3.SAM    Public meeting to discuss water supply for lower portion of village (one well) BC 5 12 1895
1746   73   347   OAKTHPB1.SAM   Advert sale of bricks by auction at the 0akthorpe and Willesley Brickworks.
1747   73   348   OAKTHPC1.SAM   1. Buckley summoned by T. Bradshaw Manager Oakthorpe Colliery for leaving without notice
1748   73   349   OAKTHPC2.SAM   Report of purchase and steps to reopen Oakthorpe Colliery
1749   73   350   OAKTHPC3.SAM   Oakthorpe Colliery shafts almost drained, Springfield and Daisy shafts sunk.
1750   73   351   OAKTHPC4.SAM   Advert for colliery clerk and book keeper for Oakthorpe Colliery. BEG 4 7 1895.
1751   73   352   OLDFLD1.SAM    Thomas Parker under manager at Newhall Field Colliery summoned for cruelty to horses
1752   73   353   OLDFLD10.SAM   Newhall Field Colliery strike: comments on the assertion that the average wage
1753   73   354   OLDFLD11.SAM   Newhall Field Colliery Company Ltd: application for the appointment of a receiver.
1754   73   355   OLDFLD12.SAM   Strike at Newhall Field Colliery: donation of E1 towards bread fund.
1755   73   356   OLDFLD13.SAM   W. B land Church summoned I or non payment of rates B C 22 6 1882
1756   73   357   OLDFLD2.SAM    Use of unlockeded safety lamps Newfield Pit 2112 1870
1757   73   358   OLDFLD3.SAM    Marples disclaiming any Connection with Church's Swadlincote Coal Co.
1758   73   359   OLDFLD4.SAM    Church and Marple, Oldfield Colliery, 6 months in arrears with rates.
1759   73   360   OLDFLD5.SAM    Church & Marples (Newhall Field Colliery) ill treatment of horse
1760   73   361   OLDFLD6.SAM    Advert, Swadlincote Oldfield Colliery for rent 23 5 1849.
1761   73   362   OLDFLD7.SAM    Nailstone Colliery sue W. B. Church and Swadlincote Coal Company for non payment for c
1762   73   363   OLDFLD8.SAM    Fatal accident on hoist at Oldfield Colliery 15 1872
1763   73   364   OLDFLD9.SAM    Newhall Field Colliery strike: Letter from R. Cartwright explaining why it is necessary to reduce
1764   73   365   ORDINTS.SAM
1765   73   366   OVERSL1.SAM    Foundation stone laid: new Primitive Methodist Chapel. BEG 6 6 1895
1766   73   367   OVERSLC1.SAM
1767   73   368   OVERSLC2.SAM   Inquest into the death of Mr. C. Freeman.
1768   73   369   OVERSLC3.SAM
1769   73   370   OWENRFBC.SAM
1770   73   371   POOLPOT1.SAM   Advert. Sale of Pool Pottery on death of W. Mason. BC 25 6 1896
1771   73   372   POOLV1.SAM     Man blows off finger and thumb with stick of dynamite in Bid in Hand PH, Pool Village.
1772   73   373   POOLV2.SAM     Sale notice for Potter's Arms. Church Gresley, sale on 29 3 1881
1773   73   374   R&ABY1.SAM     Sale of Brick and Pipe Works adjacent to Granville Colliery. Rowley and Adcock advert of
1774   73   375   RAILWAY1.SAM   Progress report on the building of branch railway from Swadlincote to Woodville Junction (]c
1775   73   376   RAILY2.SAM
1776   73   377   RAILY3.SAM     Woodville Station ( on loop line) expected to open for passengers 19 1884
1777   73   378   RAILY4.SAM     Anticipated opening of through services to Ashby from Swadlincote, gives indicationco
1778   73   379   RAILY5.SAM     LNWR to carry 3rd class passengers on most trains.
1779   73   380   RAILY6.SAM     Midland Railway to carry 3rd class passengers by all trains
1780   73   381   RAILY7.SAM     Alterations to Ashby railway station
1781   73   382   RAILY9.SAM
1782   73   383   RAWDON1.SAM    Two men killed by choke damp at Rawdon Colliery 8 10 1870
1783   73   384   RAWDON2.SAM    Rawdon ballot for check weighman
1784   73   385   RAWDON3.SAM    Rawdon Colliery: notices given to 14 banksman: possible attempt to reduce their wages.
1785   73   386   RAWDON4.SAM
1786   73   387   REDFERN1.SAM
1787   73   388   RESIGNTN.SAM
1788   73   389   RESRVRC1.SAM   Presentation to J. Holbrooke on his retirement as manager of the Reservoir Colliery, 24 12
1789   73   390   ROBNSNP1.SAM   Fire at B. Robinsons sanitary earthenware works 10 5 1890
1790   73   391   ROBNSNP2.SAM   Martinmas dinner 29 111890, some company details
1791   73   392   RVOIRPW1.SAM   Proprietors of the Reservoir Pipe and Fire Brick Co. sued for balance owing on steam eng
1792   73   393   SANBIB.SAM
1793   73   394   SANIT1.SAM
1794   73   395   SDUDC.SAM      Election results for new Swadlincote (extended) Local Board
1795   73   396   SDUDC1.SAM     Derbyshire County Council. Boundaries Committee: Amalgaima6on of Swadlincote Gresley
1796   73   397   SDUDC10.SAM    Sewage nuisance at Gresley
1797   73   398   SDUDC11.SAM    Report of Water and Lighting committee
1798   73   399   SDUDC12.SAM    John H all presents new fire engine to Swadlincote Local Board.
1799   73   400   SDUDC13.SAM     Cost of transferring the isolation hospital to the Swadlincote and District Local Board.
1800   73   401   SDUDC14.SAM     Ref. to electric light at Stanton.
1801   73   402   SDUDC16.SAM     Work started on new Sewage I arm. B C 11 6 1896
1802   73   403   SDUDC17.SAM     New street lights at Castle Gresley. BC 13 8 1896
1803   73   404   SDUDC18.SAM     Approval of specifications for making up of certain roads under Private Street Works Act. 1
1804   73   405   SDUDC19.SAM     Messrs. H & B have applied for permission to cross footpath with railway to new brickwork:
1805   73   406   SDUDC2.SAM      Church Gresley, Swadlincote, Newhall and Stanton to be amalgamated by extending
1806   73   407   SDUDC20.SAM     Lighting of slack road Church Gresley 14 2 1895
1807   73   408   SDUDC21.SAM     Meeting of Swadlincote District UDC: extracts. BEG 11 4 1895
1808   73   409   SDUDC3.SAM      Volunteer fire brigade formed.
1809   73   410   SDUDC4.SAM
1810   73   411   SDUDC5.SAM      Newly formed fire brigade's first practice with new fire engine
1811   73   412   SDUDC6.SAM      Election results for new Swadlincote (extended) Local Board
1812   73   413   SDUDC7.SAM      Official notification of name to Swadlincote District Local Board.
1813   73   414   SDUDC8.SAM      Meeting of the Swadlincote and District Local Board: report of committees
1814   73   415   SDUDC9.SAM      Election of chairman and joint vice chairmen.
1815   73   416   SEALS1.SAM      Proposed division of parish of Seals into Netherseal and 0verseal report B E G 9 7 1894
1816   73   417   SHARP1.SAM      Sale of small winding engine used for turning clay near to the Royal Oak Inn Church Gresley
1817   73   418   SHARP2.SAM      Will of Edmund Sharpe (sic)
1818   73   419   SHARP3.SAM      Wedding of Miss. E. M. Cooke grand daughter of the late Edmund Sharpe. BC 12 3 1896.
1819   73   420   SMALLTN1.SAM    Advert, bricks for sale Small Thorne Blue Brick Yard. 29 3 1877.
1820   73   421   SNIBSTN1.SAM
1821   73   422   SNIBSTN2.SAM    Advert sale of remaining portion of colliery plant, Snibstone No.1, includes winding engine
1822   73   423   SNIBSTN3.SAM    Proposed reopening of Snibston No. 3 colliery.
1823   73   424   SNIBSTN4.SAM    Snibston No.3 colliery: miners refuse to accept owners terms for continuance of colliery.
1824   73   425   SNIBSTN5.SAM    Closure of Snibston N o. 3 pit Wednesday 12th February 1896 BC 13 2 1896.
1825   73   426   SNIBSTN6.SAM    Reemployment of Snibston N o. 3 pit men at Snibston N o. 2 pit. 8 C 13 2 1896.
1826   73   427   STANTNC1.SAM    Coal prices Stanton Colliery 15 12 1881, 8 8 1889, 27 2 1990, 7 2 1878
1827   73   428   STANTNC2.SAM    Report of inquest on Henry Bird, Collier, Fatally injured at Stanton Colliery. 11 2 1871
1828   73   429   STANTNC3.SAM    Strike at Stanton Colliery 6 7 1870
1829   73   430   STANTNC4.SAM    Visit to Stanton Colliery 12 8 1882, gives some statistics.
1830   73   431   STANTNC5.SAM    Advert: prices to be quoted when strike is over
1831   73   432   STANTNC6.SAM    Sale of estate and fourth part in colliery on 7 10 1817
1832   73   433   STANTNC7.SAM    Riots at Newhall as Messrs. Nadins attempt to take coal to Matts Yard pumping station.
1833   73   434   STHDBY10.SAM    SDMA: discussion about 12 hour shifts for enginemen
1834   73   435   STHDBY11.SAM    Enginemen' dispute at Coton Park, and dispute over breech of rules by Netherseal Collier
1835   73   436   STHDBY12.SAM    William Browns visit to Swadlincote
1836   73   437   STHDBY13.SAM    Granville Colliery strike: tradesman's point of view
1837   73   438   STHDBY14.SAM    Prosecution of earthenware manufacturers for offences under the Factory Act.
1838   73   439   STHDBY15.SAM    Response on ballot for and against reduction in wages
1839   73   440   STHDBY16.SAM    All mines in South Derbyshire to be at a standstill by the 2nd August.
1840   73   441   STHDBY17.SAM    Federation strike: mass meeting of miners at Moira
1841   73   442   STHDBY18.SAM    Federation strike: Hall's and Nadin's collieries on strike: price of coal rises steeply
1842   73   443   STHDBY19.SAM    Federation strike: Granville miners to strike when notice expires, owners say the contracts
1843   73   444   STHDBY20.SAM    Coton Park and Granville reject offer to return to work without reduction. Food distribution
1844   73   445   STHDBY21.SAM    Strike: distress at Newhall. Bread distribution.
1845   73   446   STHDBY22.SAM    Coal getting on Gresley Common by strikers.
1846   73   447   STHDBY23.SAM    No other coal owners other than those at Granville and Coton park willing to resume at old
1847   73   448   STHDBY24.SAM    Meeting addressed about the need to stand together.
1848   73   449   STHDBY25.SAM    Donisthorpe miners to give notice
1849   73   450   STHDBY26.SAM    Contract settlement with the Netherseal and Coton Park Colliery Companies.
1850   73   451   STHDBY27.SAM    Coal crisis: position of affairs in South Derbyshire
1851   73   452   STHDBY28.SAM    Mass meeting of miners in Burton market place.
1852   73   453   Sthdby28a.sam
1853   73   454   STHDBY29.SAM    End of miners' lockout as reported B C 19 10 1893
1854   73   455   STHDBY30.SAM    Sir Henry Wilmot recounts election experiences. BC 24 10 1895
1855   73   456   STHDBY31.SAM    Mass meeting of SDMA 8 8 1894 (B C 13 8 1894) (Colliery referred to believed to be Netherseal)
1856   73   457   STHDBY32.SAM    Miners' meetings at Oakthorpe and Newhall report BC 117 1894 report alludes to Netherseal
1857   73   458   STHDBY33.SAM    Reduction of entrance fees for one monthly only 117 1894
1858   73   459   STHDRBY1.SAM    Concert by police in aid of strikers relief fund
1859   73   460   STHDRBY2.SAM    State of trade in South Derbyshire 18 7 1878
1860   73   461   STHDRBY3.SAM    State of trade in South Derbyshire 29 8 1878
1861   73   462   STHDRBY4.SAM    Notes on lockout after branch of national miner s union formed in Gresley District. 5 3 1868
1862   73   463   STHDRBY5.SAM
1863   73   464   STHDRBY6.SAM    Notices to colliers with regard to the reduction of their wages
1864   73   465   STHDRBY7.SAM    Sunday school treats Wakes week, 1884
1865   73   466   STHDRBY8.SAM    200 miners at Granville colliery give notice
1866   73   467   STHDRBY9.SAM    The anticipated miners strike: position at various collieries.
1867   73   468   SWAD1.SAM       Railway time table alterations at Swadlincote January 1878
1868   73   469   SWAD10.SAM      Two cases of scarlet fever also unsatisfactory cesspit.
1869   73   470   SWAD11.SAM      Two cases of typhoid fever in Squires Row.
1870   73   471   SWAD12.SAM      Schemes to stop sanitary nuisances
1871   73   472   SWAD13.SAM      Rural Sanitary Authority discuss sewage discharge by Swadlincote Local Board into stream
1872   73   473   SWAD14.SAM      Swadlincote Local Board Meeting of the 6 11 1884 mentions fever outbreak and condition
1873   73   474   SWAD15.SAM      Seventh case of small pox at Swadlincote
1874   73   475   SWAD16.SAM      No further cases of small pox in Local Board district.
1875   73   476   SWAD17.SAM      Four new cases of small pox
1876   73   477   SWAD18.SAM      0pening of new Board School (Belmont Street), Saturday 11 3 1882
1877   73   478   SWAD2.SAM       Report on the unsanitary state of Swadlincote and district, 20 6 1878.
1878   73   479   SWAD20.SAM      Swadlincote Local Board: shortage of water, Railway crossing.
1879   73   480   SWAD21.SAM     Swadlincote Wesleyan Methodist's trip to Liverpool
1880   73   481   SWAD22.SAM     Report on Small Pox epidemic 15 3 1888
1881   73   482   SWAD23.SAM     Swadlincote Board of Health meeting
1882   73   483   SWAD24.SAM     Extract from report of the medical officer of health
1883   73   484   SWAD25.SAM     Letter with regard to market closing hours
1884   73   485   SWAD26.SAM     Local Board of Health: rate set: some death rates in county
1885   73   486   SWAD27.SAM     Accident at the Woodlands? glazed brick works
1886   73   487   SWAD28.SAM     Rural Sanitary Authority meeting: small pox epidemic dying out
1887   73   488   SWAD29.SAM
1888   73   489   SWAD3.SAM      Small pox epidemic at Swadlincote February 1888
1889   73   490   SWAD30.SAM
1890   73   491   SWAD31.SAM     Opening of recreation ground
1891   73   492   SWAD32.SAM
1892   73   493   SWAD33.SAM
1893   73   494   SWAD34.SAM
1894   73   495   SWAD35.SAM
1895   73   496   SWAD36.SAM
1896   73   497   SWAD37.SAM
1897   73   498   SWAD4.SAM
1898   73   499   SWAD5.SAM
1899   73   500   SWAD7.SAM
1900   73   501   SWAD8.SAM
1901   73   502   SWAD9.SAM
1902   73   503   SWADCOL1.SAM
1903   73   504   SWADCOL2.SAM
1904   73   505   SWADCOL3.SAM
1905   73   506   SWADCOL4.SAM
1906   73   507   SWADL1.SAM
1907   73   508   SWADL2.SAM
1908   73   509   SWADL3.SAM
1909   73   510   SWADL4.SAM
1910   73   511   SWADL5.SAM
1911   73   512   SWADL6.SAM
1912   73   513   SWADL7.SAM
1913   73   514   SWADL8.SAM
1914   73   515   SWADL9.SAM
1915   73   516   SWANGTN1.SAM
1916   73   517   SWANGTN2.SAM
1917   73   518   SWANGTN3.SAM
1918   73   519   SWANGTN5.SAM
1919   73   520   SWDTRMWY.SAM
1920   73   521   SWLBD1.SAM
1921   73   522   TABLE.SAM
1922   73   523   THNWL&W1.SAM
1923   73   524   THOMPSN1.SAM
1924   73   525   THOMPSN2.SAM
1925   73   526   THOMPSN3.SAM
1926   73   527   THOMPSN4.SAM
1927   73   528   THOMPSN5.SAM
1928   73   529   THOMPSN6.SAM
1929   73   530   THOMPSN7.SAM
1930   73   531   TOFT1.SAM
1931   73   532   TOFT2.SAM
1932   73   533   TOFT3.SAM
1933   73   534   WARDLE1.SAM
1934   73   535   WATRLOO1.SAM
1935   73   536   WATRLOO2.SAM
1936   73   537   WATRLOO3.SAM
1937   73   538   WHITWCK2.SAM
1938   73   539   WHITWKC1.SAM
1939   73   540   WOODHSE1.SAM
1940   73   541   WOODNBB1.SAM
1941   73   542   WOODNBB2.SAM
1942   73   543   WOODWDS1.SAM
1943   73   544   WOODWDS2.SAM
1944   73   545   WREADGS.SAM
1945   73   546   WVILLE1.SAM
1946   73   547   WVILLE10.SAM
1947   73   548   WVILLE11.SAM
1948   73   549   WVILLE12.SAM
1949   73   550   WVILLE13.SAM
1950   73   551   WVILLE14.SAM
1951   73   552   WVILLE15.SAM
1952   73   553   WVILLE16.SAM
1953   73   554   WVILLE17.SAM
1954   73   555   WVILLE18.SAM
1955   73   556   WVILLE19.SAM
1956   73   557   WVILLE2.SAM
1957   73   558   WVILLE20.SAM
1958   73   559   WVILLE21.SAM
1959   73   560   WVILLE22.SAM
1960   73   561   WVILLE23.SAM
1961   73   562   WVILLE24.SAM
1962   73   563   WVILLE3.SAM
1963   73   564   WVILLE4.SAM
1964   73   565   WVILLE5.SAM
1965   73   566   WVILLE6.SAM
1966   73   567   WVILLE7.SAM
1967   73   568   WVILLE8.SAM
1968   73   569   WVILLE9.SAM

				
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