Deeds relating to coal and lead mines and other properties owned by George Roskell, James Potts, Benjamin Perrin and others in Flint, Holywell, and elsewhere in Flintshire, 1720-1900, and to cotton mills in Lancashire, 1802, and London, 1791; and copy will of Benjamin Perrin, 1727.
ROSKELL OF STOKYN MSS
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
George Roskell (1777-1847), fourth son of Nicholas Roskell of Garstang, Lancashire, came to Flintshire as a shareholder in the Milwr Mine, and later became the senior partner in the Flint Smelting Works. In 1805, he married Mary Anne, only child of James Potts of Stokyn, near Holywell. His eldest son, George Potts Roskell succeeded to the Stokyn estate. The Perrin family who appear in a number of these deeds had owned the Flint Smelting Works in the 18th century.
Arranged into the following: Flint; Holywell; Llanasa; Whitford; Flint and Holywell; Chipping, Lancashire; and miscellaneous.
Conditions Governing Access
Deposited by Alderman H. M. Allen, Liverpool, per Liverpool Record Office, 1971.
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Other Finding Aids
A hard copy of the catalogue is available at Flintshire Record Office.
Conditions Governing Use
Usual copyright regulations apply
All records have been retained
The archive remained in the Roskell family, and some material was added.
Accruals are not expected