Store Beasts etc. 25 3 year old Steers, 10 North Wales Runts, 10 Welch Beasts, 1 Heifer in full profit, 2 yearling steers, 1 yearling Stirk very superior well bred, 2 year old bull.
Horses: Superior 3 year old cart filly, 2 year old ditto, 2 year old cart colt, 6 year old horse (Boxer)
Also the following valuable Grass Keeping to 1st March next.
A. R. P.
Top Horse Close containing
87 0 3
11 1 38
Bottom Horse Close
30 1 24
11 0 0
Bottom Ewe Ground
12 2 29
Bottom High Field
13 2 7
22 0 0
26 2 3
17 2 17
56 0 5
49 0 28
287 1 34
and also about 128 acres of excellent Wheat, Bean and Oat Straw, with about 50 tons of superior Hay, to be apportioned and consumed in four well sheltered yards.
A shepherd will be provided and credit given for the Keeping to the 1st February next on payment of 10 per cent deposit and giving approval joint security for the remainder at the close of the Sale.
The Auctioneer begs most respectfully to invite attention to the above Sale as the whole of the stock will be found healthy and in excellent condition, the grass land sound, full of keep, plentiful supply of water, good fences and well sheltered.
Descriptive catalogues may be had ten days prior to the Sale, on application at the principal Inns in the neighbourhood; Printing Office, Oundle; at the Offices of the Auctioneer, Oundle and Benefield; and at the place of Sale.
Yelden is within five miles of the Higham Ferrers Station on the London and North-Western Railway and three of Sharnbrook Station on the Leicester and Hitchin Railway. Refreshment will be on the table at and the Sale to commence at precisely.
Wellingborough & Kettering News, May 7th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins
Yeldon Near Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire.
52 Acres Excellent Grass Keeping To 29th September next.
W. J. Peirce and Thorpe Bros.
WILL LET BY AUCTION,
ON Thursday, the 12th May, 1881, the following Grass Keeping on the Yeldon Estate, near Higham Ferrers, in the county of Northampton, viz.:
Pasture and Long Close
Also, a quantity of Fagots, Firewood, and Roots, in Lots.
The Fields are well watered, full of Grass, and a careful Shepherd will be provided.
The Auctioneers request the Company to meet them at the Home Premises, to proceed to sale.
Wellingborough News, 10th October 1890, transcribed by Kay Collins
YELDEN, NEAR HIGHAM FERRERS
Messrs. Pendered and Son
ARE instructed by the representatives of the late Mr. W. Claridge, to SELL BY AUCTION, on Thursday, 16th Oct., 1890, the Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, as follows, viz.: 2 Milking Cows, 2 Calves, 2 Pigs, 3 Carts, Wagon, Corn Drill, Dressing Machine, Weighing Machine, 3 sets of Harrows, 2 Ploughs, Scuffler, Harness, Dairy Utensils, &c., and about 50 head of Poultry, and the Household Furniture.
Sale to commence at One p.m.
Rushden Echo, 4th June 1915, transcribed by Kay Collins
To Let - House and Shop and Bakehouse at Yelden, BedsApply John S Mason, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, 30 High-street, Rushden.
Rushden Echo, 20th July 1917
The Farm occupied by Mr. Fenton, comprising Yelden Open Fields, 1,129 acres, has been purchased by Mr. W. Whitehead, of Shelton Hall, for £15,300.
Rushden Echo Friday, March 11, 1921, transcribed by Sue Manton
Home Farm, Yelden Beds.
35 Tons of Wheat, Oat, Barley, and Pea Straw
To be sold by Auction by
Messrs Pendered & Son Ltd.
On Monday 14th March 1921, by order of William Whitehead Esquire.
The straw is pressed and baled and ready for immediate removal and will be sold in lots of 10 cwt. and upwards to suit purchasers. The vendor will deliver to the purchaser’s premises within a radius of 8 miles, lots of 1 ton and upwards free of cost.
Company to meet at the Home Farm Premises at two o’clock prompt.