Five circulars re Nottingham Inclosure (communications to Mr John Minnitt and Mr Jas Granger); 1849-1852

Scope and Content

Five circulars re Nottingham Inclosure, relating to the enclosure of lands and the allotment of such lands. Four of the circulars are addressed to Mr John Minnitt, Tallow Chandler, Parliament Street, Nottingham, and one is addressed to Mr Jas Granger.

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Custodial History

Acquired by The University of Nottingham from Mr B.B. Granger on 8 Aug. 1952.

Bernard Booth Granger (born 1874) was the younger son of James Granger (1827-1918) and his wife Marie. Bernard appears in the 1881 census, aged 6, living with his family at 25 All Saints' Street, Nottingham. He was listed as a member of the Thoroton Society of Nottingham from 1931 to 1953. He died in 1955.