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City and County of Durham Permanent Benefit Building Society

Reference: D/DCB

Catalogue Title: City and County of Durham Permanent Benefit Building Society

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City and County of Durham Permanent Benefit Building Society (Ref: D/DCB)CITY AND COUNTY OF DURHAM PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY (Ref: D/DCB 1-26)

Subscription book; alphabetical list of depositors with occupations, addresses and number of shares with accounts of monthly subscriptions (or deposits), 3 April 1863 - 6 March 1868
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Subscription book; alphabetical list of depositors with occupations, addresses and number of shares with accounts of monthly subscriptions (or deposits), 2 April 1875 - 7 March 1884
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Subscription book; alphabetical list of depositors with occupations, addresses and number of shares with accounts of monthly subscriptions (or deposits), 2 April 1897 - 6 March 1914
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Ledger, 3 April 1868 - 1 March 1889
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Accounts of the executors and trustees of the late Robert Cooke, 16 July 1860 - 23 November 1881
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26 September 1709 (1) Jane Wharton, city of Durham, widow, and Thomas Paxton, city of Durham, butcher (2) John Paxton, eldest son and heir apparent of Thomas by his wife, Mary Conveyance by lease and release of two closes in the parish of St. Oswald's (6a.), called Deadreah or Deadrish, with houses and buildings; and rooms, cellars and chambers of the messuage in St. Nicholas' parish in Market Place, on east side, near Claypath gates, and shop, and rooms etc. formerly a workhouse, on north side of the entry, and ways and passages, etc.
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2 November 1726 (1) Nicholas Paxton, city of Durham, gent., eldest son and heir of William Paxton, mercer, of city of Durham, deceased (2) George Paxton of Durham, merchant Release for bargain and sale of kitchen, kitchen chamber, chamber above the same, and a garret above; the cellar under the kitchen, one shop, the hall, two rooms above the same, two garrets above, one stable, brewhouse, all standing on the south side of the back side or garth from the stable end to the lane called Dennis Lane, part and parcel of a messuage near Claypath Gates in the city of Durham, in a street called Market Place, with common of pasture
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1 May 1729 (1) Nicholas Paxton of North Bailey, Durham, gentleman, Ann Hodgshon, South Street, Durham, widow, Elianor Hodgshon of Egglescliffe, spinster, Elizabeth Fulthorpe, and Elianor Fulthorpe, city of Durham, spinsters (2) Thomas Paxton of Hesledon, yeoman Lease for one year of messuage and shop in the Market Place, east side, and stable etc. belonging to Ralph Paxton, deceased brother of Nicholas, now owned by Thomas Paxton, butcher, their father; and half of garth adjoining the stables, with freedom of access
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22 February 1734 (1) Dorothy Wilkinson, of city of Durham, widow, executrix and devisee of Ralph Wilkinson, late of same, cordwainer, her late husband, deceased (2) John Mann, gentleman Bargain and sale of two closes in parish of St. Oswald, measuring 6 acres, called Dead Reah or Deadrish, with their houses and buildings, rooms, chambers and cellar, part of a messuage in St. Nicholas parish, city of Durham, Market Place (east side) near Claypath Gates; shop belonging to same messuage, situated on south side of the entry; rooms and chambers and stable, formerly a workhouse, belonging to same messuage, on north side of the entry; and ways belonging to the messuage and garth and common pasture (formerly belonging to Paxton)
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11 and 12 May 1774 (1) Jonathan Stout of New Elvet near Durham, gent. (2) William Paxton, formerly of Leek, Staffs.; but now of city of Durham, gentleman, one of devisees of will of his father, William Paxton, late of city of Durham, merchant (3) Nicholas Chilton of Fishburn, esq. Attested copy of lease and release of house etc. on east side of Market Place as in D/DCB 10
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21 November 1776 (1) Nicholas Chilton of Fishburn, esq. and William Paxton, formerly of Leeke, Staffs., now of city of Durham, gent., devisee in will of late William Paxton of Durham, merchant, deceased (2) William Dickenson, flax merchant Lease for one year of house and shop in city of Durham, east side of Market Place, its stables and hay loft etc. as in D/DCB 10
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19 May 1779 (1) William Dickenson, city of Durham, flax merchant (2) Hendry Hopper, city of Durham, gent. Lease for one year of messuage in the Market Place, Durham, east side, and stables and half garth adjoining (formerly belonging to late Ralph Paxton, alderman); and messuage near Claypath gates and shop in possession of Robert Dodshon, on north side of entry etc.
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5 December 1794 (1) Francis Morland, of Clapton Hall, Northants., esq., Henry Rivett, late of city of Durham now of Sunderland, gent. and John Greenwell of Willington, gent., devisees, trustees and executors in will of Robert Routledge of city of Durham, merchant (2) William Shields, city of Durham, merchant Lease for one year of messuage in the Market Place, Durham, east side, and stables and half garth adjoining (formerly belonging to late Ralph Paxton, alderman); and messuage near Claypath gates and shop in possession of Robert Dodshon, on north side of entry, etc. and a messuage used as an Inn, the Angel, on north side of entry, leading to Rashel's Lane
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18 March 1795 (1) Charles Madryll, of Clapton Hall, Northants., gent. (2) John Madryll, city of Durham, merchant Conveyance in fee of messuage and shop on the east side of the Market Place, city of Durham, late in possession of Robert Routledge, merchant, deceased
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21 and 22 November 1796 (1) John Madryll, city of Durham, merchant (2) John Watson, Chester-le-Street, yeoman Lease for one year and mortgage of messuage and shop on east side of Market Place, Durham, lately in possession of Robert Routledge
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31 January 1797 (1) John Madryll, city of Durham, merchant (2) Francis Morland, Clapton Hall, Northants., esq. Lease for one year of messuage and shop on east side of the Market Place, city of Durham, formerly Robert Routledge
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21 November 1797 (1) Francis Morland, Clapton Hall, Northants., esq. and John Watson, Chester-le-Street, yeoman (2) Robert Curry of Bishop Oak, esq. Lease for one year as in D/DCB 19
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14 May 1810 (1) John Pattison, late of city of Durham, now of Hartside, Co. Durham, gent. and William Smith of Earlshouse, Co. Durham, gent. (2) Lewis Legg of East Rainton, gent. Lease for one year of messuage used as Inn, the Angel, on north side of entry leading from the Market Place, city of Durham, to Rashell Lane (purchased by Pattison from Routledge's executors)
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1 June 1810 (1) Lewis Legg of East Rainton, gent. (2) William Smith, Earls House, Co. Durham, gent. Lease for one year of messuage used as an Inn, the Angel, on the north side of an entry leading from Market Place to Rashell's Lane, city of Durham (lately in possession of John Pattison, purchased from Robert Routledge)
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5 December 1843 (1) William Smith of Crossgate, chapelry of St. Margaret, city of Durham, gent. (2) Robert Thwaites, city of Durham, spirit merchant, and Henry Tunstall, of Witton Gilbert, tailor Transfer of mortgage of Angel Inn, Market Place, Durham
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7 July 1882 (1) George Cooke, Stockton-on-Tees, draper (2) Alfred Cooke, city of Durham, draper (3) James Turnbull, Newcastle upon Tyne, draper Partnership Deed
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Abstract of the will of James Smith, late of Claypath Gates, city of Durham, inn-keeper, (died 25 March 1849), 25 September 1845
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Solicitor's bill for advice given to Robert Cooke concerning dispute re land behind his property in Claypath Gates, 1856 - 1857 (1 paper) Second Deposit(Acc. 1590(D)

CITY AND COUNTY OF DURHAM PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY (Ref: D/DCB 27-119)

Minute book, 6 September 1932 - 11 May 1954
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Minute book, 25 May 1954 - 6 February 1973
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Subscription book, 6 March 1959 - March 1978
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General ledger, 11 April 1922 - 1 March 1949
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General ledger, 7 December 1948 - 5 March 1971
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Depositors' ledger, March 1927 - 6 March 1970
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Preference share ledger, 9 July 1940 - 6 March 1970
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Cash book, 3 March 1944 - 28 February 1974
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Advance member book - members, their advances, outstanding principal and their liability, 3 March 1899 - 3 March 1950
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Rule book, 1899
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Rule book, 1932
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Return as to sales of properties and transfers of mortgages, 1 March 1940
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Annual accounts, 2 March 1888 - 1 March 1889
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Annual accounts, 1 March 1889 - 7 March 1890
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Annual accounts, 4 March 1892 - 3 March 1893
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Annual accounts, 3 March 1893 - 2 March 1894
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1896
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1897
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1898
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Annual accounts, year ending 3 March 1899
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Annual accounts, year ending 2 March 1900
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1901
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Annual accounts, year ending 7 March 1902
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1903
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1904
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Annual accounts, year ending 3 March 1905
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Annual accounts, year ending 2 March 1906
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1907
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1909
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1908
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1910
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Annual accounts, year ending 3 March 1911
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1912
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Annual accounts, year ending 7 March 1913
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1914
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1915
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Annual accounts, year ending 3 March 1916
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Annual accounts, year ending 2 March 1917
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1918
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Annual accounts, year ending 7 March 1919
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1920
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1921
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Annual accounts, year ending 3 March 1922
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Annual accounts, year ending 2 March 1923
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numbers not allocated


Annual accounts, year ending 7 March 1924
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1925
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1926
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1926
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1927
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Annual accounts, year ending 2 March 1928
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1929
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Annual accounts, year ending 7 March 1930
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1931
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1932
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Annual accounts, year encing 3 March 1933
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Annual accounts, year ending 2 March 1934
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1935
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1936
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1937
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1938
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Annual accounts, year ending 3 March 1939
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1940
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Annual accounts, year ending 7 March 1941
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1942
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1943
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Annual accounts, year ending 3 March 1944
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Annual accounts, year ending 2 March 1945
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1946
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Annual accounts, year ending 7 March 1947
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1948
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1949
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Annual accounts, year ending 3 March 1950
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Annual accounts, year ending 2 March 1951
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Annual accounts, year ending 7 March 1952
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1953
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1954
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1955
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Annual accounts, year ending 2 March 1956
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1957
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Annual accounts, year ending 7 March 1958
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1959
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1960
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Annual accounts, year ending 3 March 1961
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Annual accounts, year ending 2 March 1962
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1963
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Annual accounts, year ending 6 March 1964
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Annual accounts, year ending 5 March 1965
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Annual accounts, year ending 4 March 1966
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Annual accounts, year ending 3 March 1967
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Annual accounts, year ending 1 March 1968
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