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CHAPTER XXXIV.

LIST OF TRUSTEES OF THE HOLLIS TRUST AT

ROTHERHAM.

COMPILED BY MR. EDWARD BRAMLEY, M.A., SOLICITOR TO THE TRUSTEES.

On November 1st and 2nd, 1704, the ground on which the old Chapel is built was conveyed to the first Trustees, who were Thomas Hollys, Junr., Gent., of London, Robert Wylde, of Wickersley, Gent., William Langley of Rotherham, Mercer, Richard Hutchinson, of Rotherham, Mercer, Joseph Foljambe, of Eastwood, Ship Carpenter, John Henfroy, of Rotherham, Tobacco Pipe Maker, John Stones, of Rotherham, Whitesmith, Thomas Radcliffe, of Basenthorpe, Yeoman, John Kirke, of Maddow Hall, Linen Weaver, and Nicholas Hattersley, of Rotherham, Yeoman.

By deed dated 30th July, 1720, Thomas Hollis, Senior, Richard Hutchinson, Joseph Foljambe, John Henfroy, and John Kirk, the sur. viving Trustees, appointed as Trustees, Thomas Wylde, of Wickersley, Gentleman, John Wadsworth, of Sheffield, Ministər of the Gospel, Samuel Shore, of Sheffield, Ironmonger, John Hollis, of Goodman's Field, Citizen, and Draper, of London, and Thomas Hollis, Junr., of the Minories, Citizen, and Draper, of London.

This Deed included the Minister's House.

By Deed dated 16th May, 1739, Thomas Wilde, John Wadsworth, and Samuel Shore, the surviving Trustees, appointed as Trustees, Timothy Hollis, of London. Merchant, Thomas Hollis, of London, Gent., William Ladds, of London, Merchant, Samuel Shore, the Younger, of Sheffield, Gent., Robert Wylde, of Wickersley, Tanner, Samuel Kirk, of Maddow Hall, Linen Draper, and Samuel Stones, of Rotherham, Whitesmith.

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