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Hi does anyone have any memories of Inkersall House, I am trying to find out as much as I possibly can regarding its history, who lived there etc dates, photos, who was James Willam Le Tall who owned it a long long time ago? Anything would be really much appreciated. I know it used to be a business address, and recently a family residence. I understand there was a big fire and a lot of the period features were destroyed. Does anyone have any photos of how it looked inside or outside? Does anyone know anything about who built it? and what position they held within the village? My brother bought this house three years ago and is trying to restore it to its former glory and I would love to be able to present him with a historical account of his house in a book form to keep him motivated whilst restoring it. Many thanks Helen Rodgers

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Hello and welcome bondbuck.

William James Le Tall came from Woodhouse. He moved to the house in the 1800s

He was a surgeon and local historian and also involved himself in local affairs.

Inkersol House was owned by the engineering firm which used to be behind it. I'll have to ask Mom if she remembers the name of the firm.

Lets hope we can find out some more about it between us.

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London Gazette 18th Nov 1904

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1881 census

Name: William James Le Tall
Spouse: Mary Staniforth Le Tall
Birth: abt 1840 - Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England
Residence: 1881 - Beighton, Derbyshire, England

Note:

(Hackenthorpe, at that time, was classed as a Hamlet in the parish of Beighton)

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See if you can make sense of this lol

Page 1
2084
THE LONDON GA2ETTS, APRIL 10, 1874.

In Chancery.
In the Matter of the Act 19 and 20 Victotia, chapter 120,
intituled " An Act to facilitate Leases and Sales of Settled
Estates;" and of the Act 21st and 22nd Victoria,
chapter 77, intituled "An Act to amend and.extend the
Settled Estates Act of 1350;" and of the Act 27th and
28th Victoria, chapter 45, intituled " An Act to further
amend the Settled Estates Act of 1856." And in the
Matter of the Coal and Minerals under certain Pieces of
Land in or near Barlbrough, in the parish of Barlbrougb,
in the county of Derby, containing in the whole twenty-
two acres two roods and thirty perches, or thereabouts,
settled by an Indenture of Settlement dated the 6th day
of April, 1843, made between John Staniforth, Gentleman,
since deceased, of the first part, James Sliemeld Jubb,
Gentleman, of the second part, John Jubb, Gentleman
and Olivia, his wife, of the third part, and Jane Stani-
forth, Spinster, of the fourth part, and also settled by the
Will of the said John Jubb, deceased, dated the 16th day
of November, 1869.
nPAKE notice, that a Petition in the above-mentioned
JL matters was, on the 28th March, 1874, presented to
his Honour the .Master of the Rolls by James Shemeld
Jubb, of Morthen Hall, in the county of York, Gentleman,
John Jubb, of Drake House, in the parish of Beighton, in
the county of Derby, Gentleman, Henry Staniforth, of
Mosbrough Hill, in the parish of Eckington, in the said
county of Derby, Gentleman, William James Le Tall, of
Handsworth Woodhouse, in the parish of Handswortb, in
the said county of York, Surgeon, Jane Jubb, wife of the
said James Shemeld Jubb, by the said John Jubb, her next
friend, Jane Staniforth, wife of the said Henry Staniforth,
by the said William James Le Tall, her next friend, John
Staniforth and Annie Staniforth, Spinster, infants under the
age of twenty.one years, by James Hounsfield, of Hacken-
thorpe, in the county of Derby, Gentleman, their guardian,
Mary Staniforth Le Tall, wife of the said William James
Le Tall
, by the said Henry Stanifortb, her next friend,
James Morrison, of the borough and county of Newcastle-
upon-Tyne, Iron Master, William Hunter, of the same
place, Coal Owner, William John. Hutchinson, of the same
place, Coal Owner, Hilton Philipson, of the same place,
Coal Owner, Henry Tennant, of the city of York, Gen-
tleman, and Alfred AHott, of Sheffield, in the said county
of York, Accountant (which six persons last therein*
before named carried on the business of Coal Masters,
in partnership, under the style or firm of Appleby and
Company), praying—1. That a lease of the seam of coal
under the hereditaments mentioned in the draft lease
annexed to the agreement of the 17th day of October,
1873, in the said Petition mentioned, might be authorized
to be granted to the petitioners, James Morrison, William
Hunter, William John Hutchinson, Hilton Philipson, Henry
Tennant, and Alfred Allott, in accordance with the said
agreement, for the term of years, and at the rent, and with
and subject to the covenants and provisoes in the said draft
lease mentioned, or with such modifications thereof or addi-
tions thereto (if any) as the Court might consider necessary;
that the said James Shemeld Jubb, or such other person as
the Court should appoint, might be authorized to execute
the said lease as lessor, so as to bind all persons beneficially
interested in the premises thereby demised under the said
settlement of the 6th of April, 1843, and the said will of the
said John Jubb. deceased, respectively; that proper direc-
tions might be given for setting aside and investing such
portion of the rent to be reserved by the said lease as is
required by the said Act of Parliament to be set aside and
invested; and that such further or other Order might be
made in the premises as the nature of the case might require ;
and that such Petition will come on to be heard in due
course before bis Honour the Master of the Rolls, when an
application will be made on behalf of the petitioners for an
Order according to the prayer of the said Petition. And
notice is hereby further given, that the place where the said
petitioners may be served with any Order of the Court, or
Judge in Chambers, or with any notice relating to the subject
of the said Petition, is the office of Messrs. Johnson and
Weatheralls, Number 7, King's Bench-walk, Inner Temple,
in the city of London.—Dated this 8th day of April, 1874.
JOHNSON and WEATHERALLS; Agents for
BURDEKIN, SMITH, and PYE-SMITH, Shef-
field, Petitioners' Solicitors

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There's a 1950's map of the village which shows Inkersol House.

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Kelly's 1891

Hackenthorpe.
Gray Mrs. Ivy cottage
Hibbard John, jun. Greenside house
Hounsfield James, Hackenthorpe hall
Hounsfield James Jermyn, Hackenthorpe hall
Hounsfield Thomas, Cotley house
Le Tall William James, Inkersall house
Rhodes Joseph, The Farm

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GLAMOURPUSS PRODUCTIONS LIMITED

Company Number - 06636641
Status - Dissolved
Incorporation Date - 2 July 2008
Company Type - Private Limited Company
Jurisdiction - United Kingdom
Registered Address - INKERSALL HOUSE, SHEFFIELD ROAD, HACKENTHORPE, SHEFFIELD,
SOUTH YORKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM S124LT
Directors/ Officers

inactive JULIE BONITA BEE, secretary, 2 Jul 2008-
inactive CARLY COUSSENS, director, 2 Jul 2008-

Registry Page
http://data.companieshouse.gov.uk/doc...

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Google Streetview - 2008

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Sheffield Road at junction of Brook Lane, Hackenthorpe, premises belonging to H. Kirk and Sons Ltd, Engineers, Inkersall Works

Picture Sheffield

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Hi Sheffield Admin History thank you so much for all your help, sorry been off the scene for a while due to have a neck operation which has left me somewhat immobile, if you find out anything more it would be much much appreciated. Many thanks again for all your efforts in helping me trace the history of Inkersall House, Hackenthorpe.

Kind regards

Helen Rodgers

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Hi Sheffield Admin History thank you so much for all your help, sorry been off the scene for a while due to have a neck operation which has left me somewhat immobile, if you find out anything more it would be much much appreciated. Many thanks again for all your efforts in helping me trace the history of Inkersall House, Hackenthorpe.

Kind regards

Helen Rodgers

During my childhood Inkersall House was the family home of the Kirk's, and only later late !970's was it converted to offices serving Kirk Engineering.

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On 6/24/2013 at 20:57, bondbuck said:

Hi does anyone have any memories of Inkersall House, I am trying to find out as much as I possibly can regarding its history, who lived there etc dates, photos, who was James Willam Le Tall who owned it a long long time ago? Anything would be really much appreciated. I know it used to be a business address, and recently a family residence. I understand there was a big fire and a lot of the period features were destroyed. Does anyone have any photos of how it looked inside or outside? Does anyone know anything about who built it? and what position they held within the village? My brother bought this house three years ago and is trying to restore it to its former glory and I would love to be able to present him with a historical account of his house in a book form to keep him motivated whilst restoring it. Many thanks Helen Rodgers

I lived in Hackenthorpe from 1953 until about 1970, I think this is the house we new as the White House, if so it had apple trees in the grounds where we use to go scrumping as kids.

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