Haydock Family Papers
Introduction
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Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0298-UC/P33
Title: Haydock Family Papers
Dates of creation: 1670-1973
Extent: 3 boxes
Held by: Ushaw College Library
Origination: Haydock Family
Language: English and Latin

About the creator

The Haydocks were a notable Lancashire Catholic family residing in Cottam, near Preston. From the time of Henry Haydock, the first chancellor of the earldom (later duchy) of Lancaster in the thirteenth century, until the death of William Haydock in 1717, the family lived at Cottam Hall. The family's more prominent eighteenth/nineteenth century members included George Leo and Thomas Haydock. George compiled a new edition of the Douai Bible and Rheims Testament which was published by his brother, Thomas, in 1814, and became the standard edition of the bible used by English-speaking Catholics. Thomas opened a printing business in Dublin which did not prosper owing to the poor state of trade in Ireland during the 1820s and 1830s. He moved to Preston via Liverpool before his death in 1859. George was appointed as a missioner at Whitby and became a vocal critic of bishops Smith and Penswick, so much so that the latter interdicted him from saying mass in the northern vicariate in 1831. His faculties were restored in 1839 and he was appointed to the mission at Penrith. He died in 1849.

Contents

Papers of the Haydock family, including title deeds relating to the sale of land and property of their Lancashire estate, receipts, probate material, and other financial and legal papers, as well as letters from George Haydock and other members of the Haydock family, mostly on the management of their estates and other financial and legal matters, but also including material on the development of the Whitby mission, the Catholic community in North East Yorkshire during the early 19th century, the 1832 cholera epidemic and the 1832 general election. There are also two files of Bernard Williams's research on the Haydock and Lancashire Catholic families.

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Copyright and copying

Permission to make any published use of material from the collection must be sought in advance from ushaw.library@durham.ac.uk and, where appropriate, from the copyright owner. The Library will assist where possible with identifying copyright owners, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user of the material

Finding aids

Card catalogue with detailed list of the financial and legal papers, as well as author index for the correspondence papers.

Related material - here

Thomas Haydock Papers, Ref: H1-8

Related material - elsewhere

National Library of Wales Letter from Richard Haydock to Cardinal Allen, 1579

Bibliography

Oxford DNB articles:
http://www.oxforddnb.com.ezphost.dur.ac.uk/view/article/12744?docPos=1
http://www.oxforddnb.com.ezphost.dur.ac.uk/view/article/12748/?back=,12744

Catalogue

UC/P33/1   20 March 1670
(1) Henry Marsden of Hothersall, Lancs
(2) William Billsborrow of Cottam, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of land in Cottam
Consideration: £90
1f
UC/P33/2   15 March 1686
William Haydock of Cottam, Lancs
(2) James Eccles of Cottam, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of land [?in Cottam]
Signed and sealed: (2)
1m
UC/P33/3   20 September 1688
William Haydock of Cottam, Lancs
(2) James Eccles of Inghill, Lancs

Lease by (1) to (2) of messuages and a tenement in Cottam
Consideration: 5s
Signed and sealed: (2)
1m
UC/P33/4
Number not used.
UC/P33/5   3 February 1689
(1) Elizabeth Hudson of Lea, Lancs
(2) John Hall of Salwick, Lancs
(3) John Sharnock of Salwick, Lancs
Lease by (1) to (2) and (3) of messuages and a tenement in [?Hoghton]

Signed and sealed: (1)
3f
UC/P33/5a-b   25 October 1690 - 1698
Receipts of payments by George Haydock to John Warren
2f
UC/P33/6   18 February 1700
(1) William Critchlaw of Lea, Lancs
(2) Richard Clarkson of [?Catforth Hall], Lancs
(3) George Haydock of Woodplumpton

Articles of agreement by (1) to (2) and (3) for the sale of Catforth Hall
1f
UC/P33/7   3 February 1702
(1) Richard Crookal of Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) James Eccles of Cottam, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of his messuages, tenement and lands in Catforth, Lancs
1f
UC/P33/8   8 November 1703
(1) James Eccles of Cottam, Lancs
(2) Richard Crookall of Catforth, Lancs
(3) James Threlfall of Woodplumpton, Lancs
(4) Elizabeth Hodgson of Woodplumpton, Lancs

Articles of agreement made between (1), (2), (3) and (4) for thirteen acres of land in Catforth
1f
UC/P33/9   1 March 1705
(1) William Bilsborrow, and his wife Ann, of Bartell in Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) William Shawe of Preston, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of messuages and a tenement in Bartell, Woodplumpton
Consideration: 5s
Signed and sealed: (1) and (2)
1f
UC/P33/10   2 March 1708
(1) William Bilsborrow, and his wife Ann, of Bartell in Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) William Shaw of Preston, Lancs
(3) James Eccles of Preston, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of messuages and a tenement in Bartell, Woodplumpton
Payment by (3) to (1) of costs and charges
Signed and sealed: (1), (2) and (3)
1m
UC/P33/11   1785
Authenticated copy of UC/P33/10 written at a later date
2f
UC/P33/12   14 March 1706
Plea by James Eccles before a court at Lancaster
1f
UC/P33/13   22 April 1706
(1) William Bilsborrow of Bartell in Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) James Eccles of Cottam, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of closes, closures and parcels of land in Bartell in Woodplumpton, Lancs
Consideration: £65 10s
Signed and sealed: (1)
1m
UC/P33/14   2 February 1713
(1) William Haydock of Cottam, Lancs
(2) William Rawstons and Valentino Farrington of Preston, Lancs
(3) James Eccles of Cottam, Lancs

Lease and release by (1) and (2) to (3) of messuages, a tenement, closes and hereditaments in [?Cottam]
Consideration: £150
Signed and sealed: (1) and (2)
1f/1f
UC/P33/15   19 October 1715
(1) William Shepard of Ince Blundell, Lancs
(2) James Eccles of Cottam, Lancs
Release by (1) to (2) of his estates in Bartell, Lancs
Signed and sealed: (1)

1f
UC/P33/16   16 May 1717
(1) William Haydock of Mawdelsey, Lancs
(2) Byron Starkey and Henry Smith of Preston, Lancs
Grant by (1) to (2) and (3) of power of attorney to register his estate (as a papist)
1f
UC/P33/16a   [1717]
Photocopy of the will of William Haydock
3p
UC/P33/17a   27 June 1717
Receipt by J. Prescott to George Haydock
1f
UC/P33/17b   13 July 1717
Letter by Gilbert Haydock to Cuthbert Haydock giving him power of attorney over W. Haydock's will
1f
UC/P33/17c   16 January 1717/1718
Receipt by Thomas and Jane Rogerson for George Haydock for money left by William Haydock
1f
UC/P33/17d   3 February 1717/1718-19 April 1718
(1) Cuthbert Haydock to George Haydock: discharging George from any further obligations to Cuthbert and Gilbert arising out of William Haydock's will
(2) Further discharge
2f
UC/P33/17e   27 March 1718
Receipt by Hugh Anderton to George Haydock for £1 left by William Haydock
1f
UC/P33/17f   4 April 1718
Receipt by William Houghton to George Haydock for £1 left by William Haydock
1f
UC/P33/17g   7 April 1718
Receipt by Dorothy Farnworth to George Haydock for £1 left by William Haydock to Ralph Farnworth
1f
UC/P33/17h   22 April 1718
Letter from Gilbert Haydock to George Haydock: thanking him for paying £150 left by William Haydock
1f
UC/P33/17i   2 May 1718
Receipt by Elizabeth Barton to George Haydock for interest on money left to her by William Haydock
1f
UC/P33/17j   25 June 1718
Receipt by Ginnett Cottam to George Haydock for £1 left to her by William Haydock
1f
UC/P33/17k   19 April 1718
Affadavit by Elizabeth Farnwoth to George Haydock discharging him from further payments to Gilbert Haydock
1f
UC/P33/18   1718
Draft of an agreement between Hugh Barton and George Haydock (in Barton's hand) not to contest William Haydock's will
1f
UC/P33/19   30 July 1718
Order from the Commission for Forfeited Estates to George Haydock to pay money from William Haydock's will, judged to have been left for superstitious uses
1f
UC/P33/20   4 August 1718
(1) John Williamson (alias Clitheral) of Barton, Lancs
(2) Henry Moulding of Goosnargh, Lancs
(3) George Haydock of Woodplumpton, Lancs

Paper releasing George Haydock from any other claims by Williamson
John Williamson is William Haydock's natural son
1f
UC/P33/21   25 October 1718
(1) John Hodgkinson of Ashton on Ribble in Preston, Lancs
(2) Richard Ash of Ingol, Lancs
(3) Richard Goodshaw of Ashton, Lancs
(4) George Haydock of Woodplumpton, Lancs

Payment by (2), (3), and (4) to (1)
1f
UC/P33/22   25 October 1718
Receipt by Richard Parkinson to George Haydock for £10 for the use of Widdow Haydock
1f
UC/P33/23   16 July 1720
Bond by James Hatch of Fulwood for £40 to Richard Johnson of Lea
Endorsement showing interest was paid until 1727
2f
UC/P33/24   3 February 1721
(1) Jane Higginson of Cottam, Lancs
(2) Richard Holme of Ingol, Lancs

Articles of agreement by (1) to (2) over the lease of land at [?Cottam]
1f
UC/P33/24a   2 February 1722
(1) John Warron of Stockport, Chester
(2) Titus Cunliffe of Lower Bartoll (near Woodplumpton), Lancs
Counterpart lease by (1) to (2) of land at Lower Bartoll near Woodplumpton
1f
UC/P33/25   14 April 1722
(1) Henry Gregson of Lea, Lancs
(2) George Haydock of Woodplumpton, Lancs
Assignment by (1) to (2) of lands and hereditaments at Cottam
Consideration: £7 10s
1f
UC/P33/26b   15 August 1726
Receipt by Sarah Haydock to George Haydock for 6 months annuity (£10)
1f
UC/P33/27   31 May 1728
(1) Robert Gregson of Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) George Haydock of Woodplumpton, Lancs
Assignment by (1) to (2) for all his messuage and tenements in Bartall, Lancs

1f
UC/P33/28   16 March 1729
Bond of payment by James Hatch of Fullwood to William Walker
1f
UC/P33/29a   22 April 1729
Receipt by Cuthbert Haydock to George Haydock for £400 (via Thomas Finch)
1f
UC/P33/29b   22 April 1729
Receipt by Thomas Finch to George Haydock for the same £400
1f
UC/P33/30   7 May 1729
William Hall of Salwich discharging his father (John's) executors
2f
UC/P33/31   26 September 1729 - 26 June 1735
Copy of the will and probate of James Eccles
2f
UC/P33/32   2 February 1730
(1) Thomas Watkinson of Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) John Jenkinson of Nether Wyersdale, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of land at Woodplumpton
Consideration: £40
1m
UC/P33/33a   2 July 1730
Release by Gilbert, Cuthbert and Hugh Haydock to George Haydock, executor of William Haydock
Signed and sealed by Gilbert, Cuthbert and Hugh Haydock
2f
UC/P33/33b   2 July 1730
Bond by George Shuttleworth to George Haydock not to trouble Haydock further now that the legacy has been paid to Dorothy Shuttleworth
1f
UC/P33/34   14 November 1730
(1) Edward Warren of Pointon, Chester
(2) Thomas Hankinson of Woodplumpton, Lancs

Lease by (1) to (2) of land in Woodplumpton, Lancs
Consideration: £70
1m
UC/P33/35   3 January 1731
(1) Robert Gregson of Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) Richard Parks of Hambleton, Lancs
Assignment by (1) to (2) of land in [?Catford]
Consideration: £240
1f
UC/P33/36   16 March 1731
Assignment of a bond of obligation by James Hatch to Richard Johnson and others to Richard Eccles
1f
UC/P33/37   10 April 1731
Assignment of a bond of obligation by Margery Hatch of Fulwood to James Hatch
2f
UC/P33/38   6 May 1731
Assignment of a bond of obligation by Thomas Hatch of Preston to Luke Astley of Preston
1f
UC/P33/39   20 January 1731/1732
Assignment of a bond of obligation by Thomas Hawkinson of Bartall to George Haydock of Bartall
2f
UC/P33/40   15 February 1731-1732
James Hatch of Fullwood appointing Richard Eccles his attorney
1f
UC/P33/41   1 May 1732
Bond apprenticing James Taylor of Lea to John Kellett of Inskip
1f
UC/P33/42   1 February 1733
(1) Thomas Walson of Cottam, Lancs
(2) Richard Eccles of Cottam, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of messuages and tenements in Ingol and Ashton, Lancs
1f
UC/P33/43   26 May 1733
Bond apprenticing Richard Eccles to James Crook of Elswick
1f
UC/P33/44   13 August 1733
Draft of an agreement between George Haydock and [?] assigning to Haydock all the messuages and tenements in Woodplumpton which he currently holds by lease
1f
UC/P33/45   1 February 1734
(1) William Cardwell of Barton, Lancs, and John Brand of Newsam, Lancs
(2) John Arkwright of Newsam, Lancs

Articles of agreement by (1) to (2) relating to the sale of Crow Hall
1f
UC/P33/46   28 January 1735
Discharge from William Haydock to Richard Eccles, executor of the will of James Eccles
1f
UC/P33/47   2 February 1735
Bond by William Haydock to Elizabeth Harrison for £100
2f
UC/P33/48   11 February 1738
John Ellis of Forton, Lancs, Thomas Clarkson of Nether Wyersdale, Lancs, and Thomas Hankinson, of Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) William Haydock of Woodplumpton, Lancs
Assignment by (1) to (2) of closes in Woodplumpton

Signed and sealed
1f
UC/P33/49   8 March 1735
Two copies of the will of George Haydock of Bartoll
2f
UC/P33/50   1721 - 1735
Account of the securities of James Eccles
1f
UC/P33/51   29 September 1739
Receipt by Richard Prescott for 10s 5d paid for wine bought by Plumpton churchwardens
1f
UC/P33/52   20 February 1741
Marriage licence for William Haydock and Jane Ingham of Salwick
1f
UC/P33/53   2 March 1741
Assignment by William Haydock to Jane Ingham of £8 p.a. on condition of their marriage
1f
UC/P33/54   1 May 1741
Bond apprenticing John Fairclough to Henry Hodgkinson
2f
UC/P33/55   1 April 1743
Account by William Haydock of timber and work done by George Heys
1f
UC/P33/56   17 March 1744
Agreement obtained in the Court of Pleas between William Shawe and Thomas Neville, Richard [?], John Dickinson, and Thomas Collinson, over land in various parts of Lancashire (Cottam, Ingham, Lea, Kirkham etc.)
1m
UC/P33/57   25 January - 21 March 1746
Will and probate of William Haydock
2f
UC/P33/58   February 1747
Abstract of Mr John Dixon's title
1f
UC/P33/59   29 April 1748
Discharge from Mary Hatch to Richard Eccles, executor of the will of James Eccles
1f
UC/P33/60a-b   15 May 1749
(1) James Hatch, Oliver Hatch, and Christopher Hayhurst
(2) Richard Eccles
(3) Mary Hatch
(4) James Hatch

Release by (1) to (2) of the share of (3) of the effects of (4)
With an additional paper copy
1m/2f
UC/P33/61   8 August [1750]
(1) Richard Eccles
(2) James Makon and William Shaw

Copy of a recovery obtained in the Court of Pleas by (1) of land and property owned by (2) in Cottam, Ingol, and Plumpton
1f
UC/P33/62   12 December 1751
(1) Nicholas Clarkson of Bartoll, Lancs
(2) Richard Ryley of Bartoll, Lancs
[?Assignment] by (1) to (2) of messuages and tenements in Bartoll
1f
UC/P33/63   4 January 1752
Marriage licence for George Haydock and Margaret Holme of Cottam
1f
UC/P33/64   6 March 1752
(1) Richard Eccles of Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) George Haydock of Woodplumpton, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of an estate in Ingol, Cottam and Woodplumpton
1m
UC/P33/65   7-8 March 1752
(1) Richard Eccles of Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) George Haydock of Woodplumpton, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of an estate in Ingol, Cottam and Woodplumpton
3 deeds
UC/P33/66   6 November 1754
(1) William Bell of Catforth in Woodplumpton, Lancs
(1) John Willacy of Bartoll in Woodplumpton, Lancs

Lease by (1) to (2) of land in Catforth, Lancs
1f
UC/P33/67   16 December 1754
Letter from R. Westby to Mr Cottam
1f
UC/P33/68   February 1756
(1) John Dickson of Hale, Lancs
(2) James Cottam of Woodplumpton, Lancs

Articles of agreement by (1) to (2) to sell three closes of land in Lea, Lancs
1f
UC/P33/69   13 February 1762
(1) Richard Eccles of Bartoll in Woodplumpton, Lancs
(2) John Knowles of Fulwood, Lancs

Lease by (1) to (2) of Hatch Mill
1f
UC/P33/70   19 August 1762
Account of goods sold in an open sale belonging to Richard Eccles
2f
UC/P33/71   14 March 1763
(1) George Haydock, Henry Walmsley and Henry Eccles
(2) James Hatch, Oliver Hatch and William Smith

Statement and settlement of accounts between (1) and (2)
2 copies
2f
UC/P33/72   27 August 1763
Will of Grace Mare of Preston
1f
UC/P33/73   20 January 1766
(1) William Short of Ashton, Lancs
(2) James Cottam of Woodplumpton, Lancs

Articles of agreement by (1) to (2) to lease two acres of land in Lea, Lancs
1f
UC/P33/74   1777
Abstract title of Rev William Coxham to several closes of land in Ingol in the county of Lancaster contracted to be conveyed in exchange to the trustees under the will of the late William Gardner esq and by them agreed to be sold (among other hereditaments) to Mr Thomas Haydock
2f
UC/P33/75   15 February 1772
(1) Robert Lawson of Lancaster
(2) Richard Eccles of Woodplumpton, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of tenements in Woodplumpton, Lancs
Consideration: £2 15s
Signed and sealed by (1)
1m
UC/P33/76   1 February 1773
(1) Sir George Warren of Poynton, Cheshire
(2) John Hankinson of Preston, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of land in Woodplumpton, Lancs
Signed and sealed by (1)
1m
UC/P33/77   6 December 1773
(1) John Charnock of Broughton, Lancs
(2) Richard Barns of Lea, Lancs

Lease by (1) to (2) of a house in Broughton
Term: 21 years
Signed and sealed: (1) and (2)
1f
UC/P33/78   2 February 1776
Bond of William Townsend to pay £200 to William Cottam
2f
UC/P33/79   24 August 1776
(1) George Haydock of Cottam
(2) William Fishwick of Clifton

Lease by (1) to (2) of messuages and tenements in Bartoll in Woodplumpton, Lancs
Signed and sealed by (1) and (2)
Term: 7 years
Rent: £76 pa
1f
UC/P33/79b   30 October 1777 - 1 July 1783
Two account statements and a receipt belonging to James Cottam and George Haydock
3 items
UC/P33/80   2 July 1783
Bond by William Haydock to pay William Cottam (£1,000)
1f
UC/P33/80b   [11 May] 1783
Elegy by Elizabeth Haydock on the death of Thomas Clifton of Lytham
1f
UC/P33/81   11 September 1783
Inventory by Michael Emett and Thomas Jackson of the goods of George Haydock
This item cannot be located, 18 January 2013
UC/P33/82   9 December 1783
(1) Ann Haydock of Cottam, Lancs, Richard Johnson of Lea, Lancs, and James Cottam of Lea, Lancs
(2) Robert Haydock of Woodplumpton, Lancs

Assignment by (1) to (2) of messuages and tenements in Bartoll in Woodplumpton
1f
UC/P33/83   21 November 1784
Declaration by Elizabeth Haydock to take ownership of her father (George's) estate until the legates are over the age of 21
1f
UC/P33/83b   16 April 1791
Language:  Latin
[?Ordination certificates] for James Haydock
3f
UC/P33/84   24 August 1794
Copy of the will of James Haydock
1f
UC/P33/85   13 February 1799
(1) John Lowes of Rumshall and George Clayton of Rostock
(2) Thomas Haydock of Manchester

Articles of agreement by (1) to (2) to sell Lower Tagg and Higher Tagg in Ingol, Lancs
2f
UC/P33/85b   1801
Bill for William Cottam for the legal expenses incurred in the case of Cottam v. Townsend in the King's Bench
2f
UC/P33/86   1802
George Haydock's account of the sale of various religious works
This item cannot be located, 18 January 2013
UC/P33/87   26 February 1803
Case of (William) Cottam v. Townsend
This item cannot be located, 18 January 2013
UC/P33/88   12 July 1804
Will of William Cottam of Wesham
2f
UC/P33/89   21 May 1807
Will and testament of James Cottam
2f
UC/P33/90   12 September 1807
Account of the personal estate [?will] of Elizabeth Haydock
3f
UC/P33/90a   27 April 1809
Statement showing money expended on James Haydock's account
2f
UC/P33/90b   18 February 1813
Will of the Rev Nicholson Gilbert of Egton Bridge
1f
UC/P33/90c   18 December 1815
Bond by David Mulcaster to pay Rev George Leo Haydock three guineas
1f
UC/P33/90d   26 July 1816
Bond by George Leo Haydock to sell Michael Teasdale a plot of land for £315
1f
UC/P33/90e   1827
Printed legacy duty form for the personal estate of Elizabeth Haydock
2f
UC/P33/91   2 January 1817
Terms by [?] Haydock on which Grearstown is to be let to Robert Kellet
1f
UC/P33/91b   31 December 1823
Note by Elizabeth Haydock to Henry Wilding giving him notice to move out of a cottage
1f
UC/P33/92   2 February 1824
(1) Elizabeth Haydock and George Leo Haydock
(2) Robert Kellet of Graves
[?Agreement]

This item cannot be located, 18 January 2013
UC/P33/93   16 October 1824
Letter from William Bord to Rev Mr Haydock: mostly on the subject of his religious principles
2f
UC/P33/94   3 April 1825
[?Agreement or bond] between Rev George Haydock to Messrs Keating Brown and Co. (printers)
This item cannot be located, 18 January 2013
UC/P33/94b   29 [?] 1827
Obituary of Sister Agatha Turner Laica of the Convent of St Monica in Louvain
1f
UC/P33/94c   1827
Survey carried out of the Ingol estate
2f
UC/P33/95   14 February 1827
Will of Elizabeth Haydock
2f
UC/P33/95b-d   1828 - 1830
Statement of James Teebay's account with Rev George Haydock
1f
UC/P33/96   10 October 1830
Letter from John Lawson to Rev George Haydock
This item cannot be located but it is likely that it has been renumbered as UC/P33/97b
1f
UC/P33/97   25 October 1830
Letter from John Lawson to Rev George Haydock: Robert Tate leaving the Whitby mission
1f
UC/P33/97b   10 October [?1830]
Letter from John Lawson to Rev George Haydock: mostly on Robert Tate's poor conduct as a missioner at Whitby
1f
UC/P33/98b   11 November 1830
Bond of payment by Robert Kellett to George Haydock of £100
1f
UC/P33/99   9 May 1833
Will of George Haydock, with instructions to his executors
2f
UC/P33/99b   1846 - 1851
Miscellaneous financial papers, including George Haydock's bank statement, John Lawson's commission account statement, and tax assessment statement for John Chapman's property
3 items
UC/P33/100
Number not in use
UC/P33/101
Number not in use
UC/P33/102   10 April 1791
Three letters from George Leo Haydock (Douai College) to his mother: the first two concern his appreciation for his mother and his happiness at the college; the third informs her that he will shortly be ordained deacon, his appreciation of Mr Woodcock, and asking her to send his love to his sister
These letters are all written on the same sheet and dated 10 April 1791
2f
UC/P33/103   2 October 1791
Letter from George Leo Haydock (Douai College) to Anne Haydock (his mother): his and his brother (James's) happiness at the college, his grief at the departure of Mr Gillow, and his calling to the priesthood
On the same sheet: letter from George Leo Haydock (Douai College) to his mother [probably written at a later date]: apologising for not contacting her
2f
UC/P33/104   29 October 1792
Letter from George Leo Haydock (Douai College) to his mother [Anne Haydock] and sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: consoling her on her illness, his brother returning home, and Sister Margaret's good health
On reverse: notes by Haydock written at a later date with a list of [?letters sent]
2f
UC/P33/105   1 September 1799
Note confirming that this letter cannot be located (12 September 1982)
UC/P33/106   12 February 1800
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: his negotiations with Mr Clayton over the purchase of land, and his brother Thomas finishing printing Garden of the Soul
2f
UC/P33/107   10 June 1801
Letter from George Leo Haydock (Crook Hall) to his mother [Anne Haydock] and sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: distribution of his drawing of Spetisbury Hall (including a sketch of the drawing)
2f
UC/P33/108   12 July 1804
Letter from George Leo Haydock (Haythorp) to his mother [Anne Haydock] and sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: the death of their uncle and the execution of his will
Second page missing
1f
UC/P33/108b   26 April 1809
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: the death of his brother [?James]
1f
UC/P33/109   9 May 1809
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his mother [Anne Haydock], brother [?James] and sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: the building of a chapel at Ugthorpe, the purchase of a house, his plans to farm the land, his poor finances owing to the new chapel, his hopes for further subscriptions, and the dangerously crowded state of the present chapel
2f
UC/P33/110   12 May 1809
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his mother [Anne Haydock] and sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: his (brother's) contribution to his new chapel prior to his death
2f
UC/P33/111   9 February 1810
Note confirming that this letter cannot be located (12 September 1982)
UC/P33/112   9 August 1810
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: dispute with Thomas over his claim for a share of the house at Tagg
2f
UC/P33/113   21 August 1810
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: dispute with Thomas over his claim for a share of the house at Tagg, and his plans to go to Ushaw College for a meeting with the bishops
1f
UC/P33/114   February 1811
Letter from George Leo Haydock to Mr Gilbert: arrangements for a meeting at Whitby
On the reverse: draft of a public notice seeking financial contributions [?for the upkeep of the Ugthorpe church]
1f
UC/P33/115   31 May 1811
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his mother [Anne Haydock] and sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: his journey to Ugthorpe
1f
UC/P33/116   7 July 1820
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his mother [Anne Haydock] and sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: planning to postpone his visit, Dr and Mrs Goldie staying with him, social engagements with other friends and acquaintances, and family news
2f
UC/P33/117   15 February 1827
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: awaiting Mr Woodcock's departure, the deaths of various friends and family (Joseph Fidler, Robert Haydock and John Carter), and a cholera epidemic
2f
UC/P33/118   1 March 1827
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: arrangements for visiting
1f
UC/P33/118b   3 April 1828
Letter from George Leo Haydock to Messrs Keating, Brown & Co.: settlement of his account for devotional works, a controversy surrounding the publication of the Catholic Journal and the Norfolk House affair, and criticisms over other publications
2f
UC/P33/119   16 September 1828
Letter from George Leo Haydock to John and Ellen Chapman: estate and financial affairs, subscriptions for the chapel [?at Whitby]
1f
UC/P33/120   18 November 1839
Letter from [?George Leo Haydock] to Mr A. Thomson: account statement of books ordered
1f
UC/P33/121b   20 November 1848
Letter from George Leo Haydock to Helen [?]: his work in the Penrith parish, William Oliver's financial situation, the death of William's father, the cholera epidemic, news of family and friends, and the possible purchase of land
1f
UC/P33/122   23 September 1849
Letter from George Leo Haydock to Helen [?]: his poor health and the health of others
1f
UC/P33/123   29 May [n.y.]
Note confirming that this letter cannot be located (12 September 1982)
UC/P33/124   [1800 x 1820]
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his mother [Anne] and sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: introducing Mr Parkinson, and his financial situation
First page of the letter only
1f
UC/P33/124a   3 January 1798
Letter from Thomas [?Haydock] to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: his brother's safe arrival in Trafford, and the purchase of land at Tagg
Section torn off in f.2
2f
UC/P33/124b   [?1809]
Letter from George Leo Haydock to his mother [Anne] and sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: his lack of letters from Thomas, his inability to obtain letters of administration from Lancashire lawyers, and financial and estate matters generally
2f
UC/P33/125   22 February 1799
Letter from Thomas Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: negotiations with Mr Clayton over the purchase of Lower Tagg and Higher Tagg
See UC/P33/85
2f
UC/P33/125b   1799
Letter from Thomas Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: the possibility of their uncle assisting in the payment of his land purchase, and his financial situation generally
2f
UC/P33/126   30 May 1800
Letter from Thomas Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: his financial affairs, the need to procure more money for James's printing business, the progress of his school and printing business, and dispelling rumours that he is about to wed
2f
UC/P33/127   6 February 1801
Letter from Thomas Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: his financial affairs, and sending books
(same sheet)
Letter from James Haydock to his sister [?Elizabeth/Mary]: on financial affairs and family news
2f
UC/P33/128   26 April 1809
Note confirming that this letter cannot be located (12 September 1982)
UC/P33/129   5 March 1812
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: dealing with queries on their work in publishing the new edition of the Douai Bible and Rheims Testament
2f
UC/P33/130   4 February 1822
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: asking to borrow £5, the printing of a new work, other books within his remit
2f
UC/P33/131   22 February 1822
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: thanking him for the £5, difficulties with his child, and the progress of further printing of the new edition of the bible
2f
UC/P33/131b   28 November 1822
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: seeking to borrow more money, Mr Farrell's assistance, and his difficulties in financing the new edition of the bible
2f
UC/P33/132   5 February 1823
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: his and his family's poor health and the expense in paying for a doctor, asking for more money to pay for the printing of the bible, and orders for the bible
2f
UC/P33/133   19 February 1827
Note confirming that this letter cannot be located (12 September 1982)
UC/P33/134   12 September 1827
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: the death of a family member, seeking to borrow £50 to reprint the Female Penitents and other works, subscriptions for another edition of [?the bible]
2f
UC/P33/135   1 June 1830
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: thanking him for the £10 which has allowed him to purchase clothing for his son, his hopes to reprint the Female Penitents, and his workload with the school and poor health
2f
UC/P33/136   19 May 1830
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: the difficulties with his printing business particularly the poor trade situation in Ireland, his poor health and inability to feed himself, and asking for £10
2f
UC/P33/137   29 January 1831
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: distress in Ireland, his poor financial situation and its effect on his printing business
2f
UC/P33/138   9 February 1831
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: thanking him for his remittance, the state of trade, the repeal question in Ireland, and seeking a further £5
1f
UC/P33/139   13 April 1831
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: thanking him for his remittance, the state of Ireland including the bankruptcy of many shopkeepers, and the progress of his school
2f
UC/P33/140   14 April 1831
Letter from Thomas Haydock to Dr Shepherd: seeking an agent to assist Mr Temple in selling his publications, his poor financial situation and declining spirit
1f
UC/P33/141   29 September 1831
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: thanking him for sending money which has allowed him to proceed with the printing of the Female Penitents, hoping that he will be reinstated [George lost his faculties for accusing bishops Smith and Penswick of defrauding him], the progress of his school, and his deteriorating health
2f
UC/P33/142   14 October 1831
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: his meeting with Dr Murray, his financial difficulties and the poor state of trade, his poor health, a cholera epidemic, and his inability to sell the Female Penitent
2f
UC/P33/143   26 April 1832
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: thanking him for his remittance which will allow him to insure his shop, George's progress at school, the cholera epidemic in Dublin and arrangements in case of his death
2f
UC/P33/144   4 August 1832
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: the effect of the cholera epidemic in Dublin, outlining how he has used his remittance, the difficulty of paying for his son's nurse and his schooling, and his solitary life
2f
UC/P33/145   7 September 1832
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: his poor health, his plans to establish a penny Catholic magazine, the popularity of penny magazines generally, the Catholic Book Association monopolising trade on devotional books, the progress of his school, the continuing problem of cholera, and asking him to write an article for the Catholic Magazine
2f
UC/P33/146   20 September 1832
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: George's lack of response to his letters, and seeking a remittance
1f
UC/P33/147   14 February 1833
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: his poor health, the poor state of his business and trade in Ireland generally, his plans to establish a penny Catholic magazine, and his poverty
(same sheet)
Letter from T. Slater to George Haydock: asking him for money to help in paying Thomas's rent
2f
UC/P33/148   21 February 1833
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: thanking him for his remittance, the possibility of selling his business, and the role of his son's nurse
2f
UC/P33/149   3 August 1833
Letter from Thomas Haydock to his sister [Mary]: relaying his financial difficulties
2f
UC/P33/150   22 August 1833
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: the poor state of trade, his poverty, and asking for a remittance
2f
UC/P33/151   6 September 1833
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: arrangements for visiting
1f
UC/P33/152   14 November 1833
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: his inability to visit because of ill health, and seeking a remittance to assist in publishing The Fathers of the Deserts
2f
UC/P33/153   29 January 1840
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: thanking him for his remittance which he has used to furnish his shop and pay his rent, George (his son's) illness and likely death, and asking him for a further remittance to pay for his son's nurse
2f
UC/P33/153a   29 September 1840
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: advice on the sale of lands
2f
UC/P33/154   12 December 1840
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: the sale of lands at Tagg
The first page is torn and mostly missing
2f
UC/P33/155
Number not in use
UC/P33/156   12 February 1840
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: his poor health
1f
UC/P33/157   15 January 1841
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: complaining about missing post/money, and his poor health
2f
UC/P33/158   9 November 1841
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: his inability to write because of poor health
1f
UC/P33/159   20 May 1842
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: complaining about Sir Robert Peel's income tax measure, his poor finances, his present tenants, seeking a remittance, and remembering his late son
2f
UC/P33/160   24 January 1843
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: his meeting with Mr Wilcox, asking him to send another remittance, and his will
2f
UC/P33/161   21 February 1845
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: thanking him for his remittance, a murder at Penrith, and a donation for the Penrith mission
1f
UC/P33/162   29 January 1846
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: his illness
1f
UC/P33/163   27 January 1845
Letter from Thomas Haydock to George Haydock: the death of [Ino Noblets]
1f
UC/P33/163a   [?1845]
Letter from Thomas Haydock to his sister [Sister Stanislaus]: sending information relating to the sale of land to Mr Clayton
2f
UC/P33/163b   [?1845]
Letter from Thomas Haydock to his sister [Sister Stanislaus]: his inability to procure a purchaser for his estate
1f
UC/P33/164   16 January 1793
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: an explosion at the Carthusians Convent in which three people were killed
1f
UC/P33/165   25 January 1793
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: her plans to include him in her prayers for Sunday Mass, the commissioning of a book and pictures for Mr Taylor, and news of family and friends
2f
UC/P33/165b   18 April 1793
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: her worries over their brother James who has left Douai College, and commenting on the situation in France and the French Lancashire Sisters
1f
UC/P33/166   1 September 1803
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: thanking him for sending a picture of Ugthorpe chapel, seeking information on Thomas's printing business, and the family's dislike of Tagg
2f
UC/P33/167
Number not in use
UC/P33/168   14 June 1810
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: Thomas's neglect of them, and family news
2f
UC/P33/169   18 April 1839
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: sending items, her recovery from illness, and life at the convent
2f
UC/P33/170
Number not in use
UC/P33/171   17 February 1817
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: her poor eyesight, her uncle's estate, rumours of Gibson's elevation to the cardinalate, Mr Woodcock, and news of Thomas and James (Haydock)
2f
UC/P33/172   5 September 1817
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: thanking him for sending the sketch of his chapel, hoping that their mother can live with him, her poor eyesight
2f
UC/P33/173   1 October 1826
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: thanking him for sending the New Testament, the death of Mr Caton of Cottam, John Hall's new chapel at Congleton, the rise in conversions, and news of a young lady taking the habit
2f
UC/P33/173a   29 November 1816
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: wishing him well in his new station at Whitby, and news of family and friends
2f
UC/P33/174   30 March 1827
This item cannot be located, 29 January 2013
UC/P33/175   18 April 1827
This item cannot be located, 29 January 2013
UC/P33/176   12 October 1827
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: the death of their sister [?Ellen], and Thomas's difficult situation looking after his son
2f
UC/P33/177   27 July 1830
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: a controversy involving [?Mr Berrington], her feeling of loneliness, her poor health
Cross-hatched letter written on same sheet from Catherine Berrington to [?George Haydock] relating to a controversy
2f
UC/P33/178   26 October 1830
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: his stay at Westby Hall and saying mass there, his current proximity to Tagg, and describing the ceremony of the opening of her new gothic chapel
2f
UC/P33/179   12 April 1831
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: the current state of her eyesight, hoping that he is settled in his new station, and news of friends and family
On reverse
Letter from Mary Monica Hall to George Haydock: seeking a charitable memento
2f
UC/P33/180   9 December 1832
This item cannot be located, 29 January 2013
UC/P33/181   6 February 1832
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: her poor health, acknowledging the receipt of money, his dispute with the bishops and his suspension, the death of Maria [?]
Cross-hatched letter written on same sheet from Catherine Berrington to [?George Haydock]: thanking him for his letter
2f
UC/P33/182   23 May 1832
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: his dispute with the bishops and his suspension, her hearing difficulties, the threat of cholera to Thomas in Dublin, and news of friends and family
2f
UC/P33/183   10 September 1832
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: Thomas's poor health, wishing to hear more about Thomas's son, comparing George's suspension with the Catholic martyrs, her dislike of Ellen's children attending Chadley School, asking him to labour for the conversion of Ellen's Protestant relatives, and news of friends and family
2f
UC/P33/184   5 February 1833
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: Thomas's appeal to the pope over the suspension of his faculties, a mass being said in his honour at the convent, the death of a sister, and a clothing mass at the convent
2f
UC/P33/184b   4 July 1833
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: sending a book to him
2f
UC/P33/185   18 April 1839
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: improvements in their sister's health, wishing for more news of Thomas, and news of friends
2f
UC/P33/185b   5 February 1845
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: the death of a sister in the convent
1f
UC/P33/186   22 January [?1832]
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: her poor health, her sister's opinion of her new pastor, seeking information on his chapel debt, the poor health of other sisters in the convent, and the cholera epidemic
2f
UC/P33/187   29 August [?1832]
This item cannot be located, 29 January 2013
UC/P33/189   [1833]
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: asking him to tell Thomas not to write to her, Gradwell's death, her poor health, the lack of children attending the convent school, and news of family and friends
2f
UC/P33/190   [1830 x 1840]
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: asking him to call on Mary Parkinson
1f
UC/P33/191   [1830 x 1840]
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: thanking him for sending a book, Mr Lee saying mass, and Lady Clifford's deteriorating health
1f
UC/P33/192   [1830 x 1840]
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: the poor state of her eyes, and news of friends
1f
UC/P33/192b   [1830 x 1840]
Letter from Mary Haydock [Sister Stanislaus] to George Haydock: introducing Mr Appelton, and sending a book
1f
UC/P33/193   20 October 1830
Letter from Elizabeth Saunders to George Haydock: informing him of feeling happy in her new house at Whitby, asking him to send a sketch of his new chapel, her anger at Robert Tate for neglecting his parish at Whitby, her agreeable neighbour (Mr Ketley), and news of other friends
2f
UC/P33/194   19 April 1831
Letter from Elizabeth Saunders to George Haydock: her recovery from ill health, Mr Parker's masses, and news of friends
2f
UC/P33/195   9 December 1831
Letter from Elizabeth Saunders to George Haydock: the suspension of Haydock's faculties, the completion of a chapel, and news of Catholic friends
2f
UC/P33/196   1 May 1832
Letter from Elizabeth Saunders to George Haydock: the suspension of Haydock's faculties, his will, and chapel news
2f
UC/P33/197   18 October 1832
Letter from Elizabeth Saunders to George Haydock: making her will, payment of her lodgings, the bishops' attitude to Woodcock, Haydock's dispute with the bishops, chapel news, and the threat of cholera
2f
UC/P33/198   3 March 1833
Letter from Elizabeth Saunders to George Haydock: Haydock's age, his appeal to Rome over his dispute with the bishops, her ill health, and chapel news including the opening of a Sunday school
2f
UC/P33/198a   13 September 1827
Letter from Thomas Barry to George Haydock: offering condolences on the death of Haydock's sister
1f
UC/P33/199   27 August 1825
Letter from Helen Bedingfield to George Haydock: donating £10 from George Clifford to Mrs Constable Martin, and news from the Hull parish
1f
UC/P33/199a   21 August 1833
Letter from Elizabeth Saunders to George Haydock: news from Whitby chapel including the introduction of new music and the attitude of the congregation to Mr Parker, and news of her friends
2f
UC/P33/200   12 September 1827
Letter from M.P. Berington to George Haydock: asking him to write a letter to his (Berington's) sister, and the death of Clementine Taite
On reverse: notes on biblical history
1f
UC/P33/201   30 December 1823
Letter from M.A. Blundell to George Haydock: a new publication of Christian hymns, Mary Corcoran's poor health
(same sheet)
Letter from Margaret Corcoran to [?George Haydock]: the poor health of her sister (Mary)including her hopes that Prince Hohenlohe can cure her
2f
UC/P33/202   14 January 1831
Letter from H. Bowmaker to George Haydock: the sale of Haydock's possessions, opinion of Mr Parker, and Haydock's dispute with the bishops
2f
UC/P33/203   6 December 1831
Letter from H. Bowmaker to George Haydock: his difficulty in coming to terms with Haydock's loss of faculties, and news (gossip) from the Whitby parish and congregation
2f
UC/P33/204   17 June 1832
Letter from H. Bowmaker to George Haydock: Mr Render's sermons at Whitby, Parker's support for Morsom in the general election, [?cholera] in France, and news of his friends
2f
UC/P33/205   28 August 1832
Letter from Elizabeth Saunders to George Haydock: the cholera epidemic in Yorkshire, Haydock's description of his house at Tagg, her opinion of Haydock's enemies, her poor health, chapel news, the Catholic support for Mr Morsom in the general election because of his support for Catholic emancipation
2f
UC/P33/206   14 September 1828
Letter from Ellen Chapman to George Haydock: sending money from Mr Teebay and rental payments from other tenants
2f
UC/P33/207   13 February 1799
Letter from George Clayton to George Haydock: the sale of land in Ingol
1f
UC/P33/208   3 December 1820
Letter from John Cornforth to George Haydock: his difficulty in paying money owed to him
1f
UC/P33/209   [?1820]
Letter from Thomas Eastwood to George Haydock (first page missing): a dispute involving confessors making wills for their penitents
2f
UC/P33/210   10 June 1824
Letter from Charles Eyre to George Haydock: asking him to print his work on afflictions
(same sheet)
Comments and suggestions by [?Haydock] for Eyre's work
2f
UC/P33/211   28 April 1805
Letter from Thomas Eyre to George Haydock: Bishop William Gibson allowing him leave to go to Lancashire
(same sheet)
Letter from William Gibson to Thomas Eyre: [illegible]
1f
UC/P33/212   2 July 1803
Letter from William Gibson to Thomas Eyre: [illegible]
2f
UC/P33/213   28 April 1805
Letter from William Gibson to Thomas Eyre
This item cannot be located, 1 February 2013
UC/P33/214   12 April 1808
Letter from William Gibson to Thomas Eyre
This item cannot be located, 1 February 2013
UC/P33/215   4 May 1803
Letter from Elizabeth Haydock to George Haydock: happy that George is satisfied in his new situation at Ugthorpe, and family news
1f
UC/P33/216   20 February 1805
Letter from Elizabeth Haydock to George Haydock: money from a will, and Thomas's want of money
2f
UC/P33/216b   July 1806
Letter from Elizabeth Haydock to George Haydock: rental and estate matters
1f
UC/P33/217   11 July 1809
Letter from Elizabeth Haydock to George Haydock: [?Thomas's] poor health, the execution of a will, and news of Mr Woodcock
2f
UC/P33/217b   19 July 1810
Letter from Elizabeth Haydock to George Haydock: her sale of stocks, and the difficulty of settling affairs without Thomas who rarely writes
Following page(s) missing
1f
UC/P33/218   19 January 1817
Letter from Elizabeth Haydock to George Haydock: her disappointment that he cannot say high mass, selling wheat for Stonehurst [?Stonyhurst] College, letting her mother's estate to Robert Kellet's son, sorry to hear that George is having difficulties, has sent Candlemas money, and news of the Carter and Woodcock families
2f
UC/P33/219   14 May 1825
Letter from Elizabeth Haydock to George Haydock: arranging with Woodcock to send George money, and news of friends and family
1f
UC/P33/220   18 November 1826
Letter from Elizabeth Haydock to George Haydock: Mrs Caton's and Robert Haydock's death, and other news from friends and family
2f
UC/P33/220b   [?1826]
Letter from Elizabeth Haydock to George Haydock: her poor health
1f
UC/P33/221   13 July 1717
Letter from Gilbert Haydock to Cuthbert Haydock
This item cannot be located, 4 February 2013
UC/P33/222   1 December 1805
Letter from James Haydock to Elizabeth Haydock: pleased with her account of her farming, paying off his debts, his worry that [?Thomas] will spend all his money, Thomas signing the deeds to make over his estates to Elizabeth, Thomas's poor health
2f
UC/P33/222b   14 July 1789
Letter from [?William] Haydock to [?Elizabeth Haydock]: making arrangements to meet
1f
UC/P33/222c   29 June 1788
Letter from [?William] Haydock to [?]: his visit to Wales
1f
UC/P33/223   4 November 1784
Letter from Margaret Haydock to Elizabeth Haydock
This item cannot be located, 4 February 2013
UC/P33/224   21 July 1785
Letter from Margaret Haydock to Elizabeth Haydock
This item cannot be located, 4 February 2013
UC/P33/225   2 May 1791
Letter from Margaret Haydock to Elizabeth Haydock: sending thanks to her mother for forwarding the £50, Robert Kellet's marriage, James's ordination as deacon, grateful that her brother sent Elizabeth Lives of the Saints, and her opinion on the situation in France and the fate of Douai College
2f
UC/P33/226   4 November 1784
Letter from [?George Haydock] to his mother [Anne]: his safe arrival at Louvain and description of the journey, and his happiness in his new place
2f
UC/P33/227   29 September 1830
Letter from John Kirk to George Haydock: enclosing a draft appeal (on same sheet) for the bishops to establish a Catholic periodical
2f
UC/P33/228   31 July 1831
Letter from John Lawson to George Haydock: seeking money for Thomas Powell, payment to George from Jane Hutchinson, and other rental payments
2f
UC/P33/229
Number not in use
UC/P33/230   22 August 1831
Letter from John Lawson to George Haydock: his success in obtaining a servant, asking him to return the signed deeds, his father's present, asking him to visit Whitby, the settling of an account with Joseph Harrison, and a leaking roof in his chapel
2f
UC/P33/231   4 September 1831
Letter from John Lawson to George Haydock: the withdrawal of Haydock's faculties, the lack of priests in the Whitby district, asking him to sign a deed, and the sale of sugar
2f
UC/P33/232   5 October 1832
Letter from John Lawson to George Haydock: financial matters including the rental issues and the settling of accounts
2f
UC/P33/232b   5 December 1841
Letter from John Lawson to George Haydock: his dispute with Rev John Conaty, and financial matters
2f
UC/P33/233   1841
Letter from John Lawson to George Haydock: a dispute with Mrs Hodgson concerning money owed, and Mrs White's will
1f
UC/P33/233a   [?1811]
Letter from N. Gilbert to George Haydock: John Gillow's likely appointment as president of Ushaw College, as well as Lingard's decision to stay at Ushaw
Includes a sketch of Ushaw College
2f
UC/P33/234   2 February 1842
Letter from John Lawson to George Haydock: the effect of the economic recession on George's estate, the upkeep of the estate, and tenant disputes
Also includes a statement of John Lawson in account with George Haydock
2f
UC/P33/235-236   1850 - 1852
John Lawson's account statements with Mrs Helen Chapman of Tagg House
The 1852 statement includes a covering letter from Lawson to Chapman on the damage caused to Mrs Gaskett's chimney by a storm
3 items
UC/P33/236b   4 July 1831
Letter from John Lawson to George Haydock: his account statement with Haydock (including a copy of the statement)
2f
UC/P33/237   20 August 1813
Letter from Thomas Lupton to George Haydock: Mr Heys's debts caused by the printing expenses of the new edition of the New Testament
1f
UC/P33/238   7 July 1820
Letter from Francis Mostyn to George Haydock: Miss Goldie's mental illness
1f
UC/P33/239   18 August 1831
Letter from [George Haydock's neighbour] to George Haydock: criticising George for his hurried last letter, criticism of Parker's absence from his parish at Whitby, and his decision to move house
2f
UC/P33/240   1804
Statement of James Newsham's account with Elizabeth [Betty] Haydock
2f
UC/P33/241   25 August 1832
Letter from Robert and Elizabeth Noble to George Haydock: family news
2f
UC/P33/242   31 January 1810
Letter from W. C. Pilkington to George Haydock: a misunderstanding involving different spellings of the Haydock [Haddock] name
1f
UC/P33/243   26 March 1810
Letter from W.C. Pilkington to George Haydock: a misunderstanding involving different spellings of the Haydock [Haddock] name
1f
UC/P33/244   1809 - 1810
Statements of Robert Pilkington's account with Miss Haydock
2 items
UC/P33/245   7 March 1823
Letter from Benedict Rayment to George Haydock: difficulty in finding a missionary to send to Scarborough for Christmas
1f
UC/P33/246   1831
Letter from John Richardson to Bishop Thomas Smith: covering letter for a petition from the Catholics of Whitby protesting against the removal of George Haydock
See UC/P33/259
1f
UC/P33/247-250   1789 - 18 January 1827
[?Elizabeth Haydock] to George Haydock
These letters cannot be located, 4 February 2013
4 letters
UC/P33/251   4 August 1837
Letter from John Smith to George Haydock: the late Miss Haddock [Haydock's] will
Rough note by [George Haydock] on the history of this settlement
1f
UC/P33/252   16 April 1848
Letter from M.E. Smith to George Haydock: news of Sister Stainy [?Stanislaus]
1f
UC/P33/253   December 1841
Letter from R. Smith to George Haydock: the attitude of the Jesuits towards the seculars, and commenting on Dodd's Church History and other works
2f
UC/P33/254   21 February 1818
Letter from Thomas Smith to George Haydock: a dispensation granted for the marriage of John Lawson and Ann White, and advice on the legality of another marriage
1f
UC/P33/255   10 August 1831
Language:  Latin
Copy of the official decree suspending George Haydock's faculties
1f
UC/P33/256   18 January 1827
Letter from James Teebay to [?George] Haydock: the deaths of John Carter, Joseph Fidler and his brother Anthony
(reverse)
Draft letter from Elizabeth Haydock to [?George] Haydock: her poor health
1f
UC/P33/257   25 July 1809
Letter from B.A. Underhill to [?George Haydock]: the altar piece for the church at Whitby
1f
UC/P33/258   23 July 1810
Letter from William Usher to Bishop Gibson: appealing to him to send a priest to minister to the congregation at Loftus
1f
UC/P33/259   1831
Petition from the Catholics of Whitby protesting against the removal of George Haydock
See UC/P33/246
1f
UC/P33/260   20 May [?1832]
Letter from Emma White to George Haydock: George's dispute with the bishop, Rigby saying mass, news of friends and family, letting George's houses, and the election campaign
2f
UC/P33/261   1 February 1831
Letter from Emma White to George Haydock: sale of George's items including his bed, and news of friends and family
2f
UC/P33/262   21 October 1831
Letter from Emma White to George Haydock: hoping that he will be able to work as a missionary again, improvements to the Whitby chapel, and news of friends and family
2f
UC/P33/263   4 May 1831
Letter from Wright & Co to George Haydock: sending a £5 bank note on the instructions of Miss Sarah Bettington for the use of James Hogarth
1f
UC/P33/264   28 August 1816
Letter from [?] to George Haydock: a dispute over money following the sale of land
2f
UC/P33/265   [February 1809]
Letter from [?George Haydock] to James Haydock: his ability to pay off his debts, his uncle's marriage, Underhill's death, and the sale of part of the Tagg estate
2f
UC/P33/265a   [early 19th century]
Draft advertisement for Thomas Haydock's language school
1f
UC/P33/266a   21 November 1811
Copy of a bond from the will of the late James Cottam bequeathing money to the chapels of Lea and Cottam
1f
UC/P33/266b   22 July 1718
Receipt of £2 10s from Cuthbert Haydock to [?George Haydock] left to him by his brother William Haydock
1f
UC/P33/266c   17 February 1727
Receipt of an annuity from Richard Parkinson to George Haydock
1f
UC/P33/266d   22 February 1728
Receipt of Henry Farrington [or Thomas Finch] for £30 from George Haydock
1f
UC/P33/267   7 November 1804
Letter from H. Carter to [?George Haydock]: his conversations with Mr Daniel on memories of Douai College, the management of the former colleges, and his feeling of uselessness
2f
UC/P33/268   12 April 1808
Letter from William Gibson to George Haydock: the Loftus chapel, and Ushaw College
1f
UC/P33/269   September 1783
Inventory of goods of the late George Haydock made by Mr Michael Emett and Mr Thomas Jackson
1 notebook
UC/P33/270   1 March 1834
Summary of the nature and regulations of the religious institution of ladies to be established in Edinburgh
1 notebook
UC/P33/271   early 19th century
Fragments of account statements, receipts and miscellaneous financial papers of George Haydock
1 bundle
UC/P33/272   31 January 1940 - 29 June 1973
Correspondence on the subject of research into the Haydock and other Lancashire Catholic families by Bernard Williams, mostly letters to Williams from various individuals, libraries, archives, and other organisations
1 file
UC/P33/273   [1940 x 1970]
Papers collected by Bernard Williams for his research into the Haydock and other Lancashire Catholic families, including press cuttings on Lancashire Catholic history, family trees, catalogues, and historical notes
1 file
UC/P33/274   1816 - [?1849]
Goldsmith. An almanack for the year of our Lord God MDCCCXVI (London, 1816)
Includes copious notes [?in George Haydock's hand] on recusant history]
Bound in a red goat slipcase
1 printed book