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Douglass Brothers Limited, Globe Iron Works, Blaydon

 

 

 

 

 

14 September 1864 Lease by Thomas Young Hall of Newcastle upon Tyne, mining engineer to William Douglass, James Douglass and Nicholas Douglass of Blaydon, iron merchants (Douglass Brothers of Globe Iron Works, Blaydon) of land in Blaydon with the Globe Iron Works they lately built thereon (plan included)

17 January 1872 Lease for 66 years by William Chartres and John Gibson Youll of Newcastle upon Tyne, gentlemen (as trustees), at direction of Douglass Brothers of the Globe Iron Works, Blaydon and William Harriman of Blaydon, fire brick manufacturer, to John Wigham Richardson of Newcastle, shipbuilder and Walter Cecil Reid of Newcastle, chemical manufacturer (The Blaydon Chemical Company) of land at Blaydon adjoining their chemical works, with permission to build chemical works thereon.

18 January 1872 Mortgage by William Chartres and John Gibson Youll of Newcastle upon Tyne, gentlemen (as trustees), at direction of Douglass Brothers of the Globe Iron Works, Blaydon and William Harriman of Blaydon, fire brick manufacturer, to Newcastle upon Tyne Permanent Benefit Building Society to raise £5128 8s 8d

4 May 1883, 25 April 1885 Agreement that William Harriman Allen (executor of William Harriman who died 1 November 1878) will sell to Douglass Brothers of Blaydon, iron merchants, William Harriman's share for £3060 subject to mortgage repayment
Agreement by Douglass Brothers to sell to William James Douglass of Blaydon, iron founder, Thomas Douglass of Winlaton, manager of the Winlaton Nut and Bolt Company Limited and William Bowman Douglass of Winlaton, cashier, William Harriman's share for £2000 subject to mortgage repayment

1 April 1887 Assignment by Robert Robson of Newcastle, grocer and William Harriman Alen of Newcastle, fire brick manufacturer (as executors of William Harriman) and confirmation by Douglass Brothers of Blaydon, iron merchants to William James Douglass of Blaydon, iron founder, Thomas Douglass of Winlaton, manager of the Winlaton Nut and Bolt Company Limited and William Bowman Douglass of Winlaton, cashier, of William Harriman's half share (mortgaged to Newcastle upon Tyne Permanent Building Society)

14 June 1934 Appointment by the Rogerson trustees (Wilfred Godden of Chesham, Bucks, esquire, Henry Gervas Stobart of Pickering, North Yorkshire, esquire. Henry Armstrong of Newcastle, esquire and John Henry Pease of Piercebridge, County Durham, esquire) and the Douglass trustees (Annie Douglass of Newcastle, widow and John Harold Youll of Newcastle) of Richard William Rogerson of Hurworth Grange, County Durham, esquire and Ann Douglass as trustees in place of the Public Trustee

 

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