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Sales 1877 - 1879

Wellingborough News, December 15th 1877, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN - Superior Household FURNITURE, Bedding, and Effects,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY

MESSRS. PENDERED and SON, on Monday, 17th Dec., 1877,

upon the premises at Rushden, by order of Mr. Ebenezer Cox, who is removing.

Comprising — 6 iron and wood bedsteads and palliasses; feather bed, bolster and pillows; flock bed, bolster and pillows; blankets, 2 sets of drawers, oak bureau, mahogany dressing table, 3 deal ditto, 12 chairs, commode, stair rods and carpet, oak dining table, 2 deal ditto, couch in chintz, easy chair, fenders and fire irons, register stove, gas fittings, gas meter, copper kettles, double-barrel gun, American clock, churn, &c.; 6 SEWING MACHINES, by Robinson, Howe, and other makers; a lot of men's and boy's boots and shoes, elastic webbing, 2 stoves and piping, and the outdoor effects, comprising windows, doors, oak beams, strong step ladder, lead piping, and a quantity of useful wood and firewood,

Sale to commence with the out-door effects, punctually at One o'clock.

RUSHDEN

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY

MESSRS. PENDERED & SON, on Monday, 17th December, 1877,

upon the premises of Mr. John Martin, who is removing.

2 in-calf Cows, & strong store pigs, Scotch cart, spring cart, root pulper (by Smith, Kettering), and other effects.

Sale at 3 o'clock p.m.

Northampton Mercury Saturday May 25th 1878, transcribed by Susan Manton

Rushden Northamptonshire

Eight Cottages with Garden Ground at the rear

To be sold by Auction by Messrs. Pendered and Son

At the Wheatsheaf Inn Rushden, on Thursday 6th June 1878 at Six for Seven o’clock in the Evening, subject to such conditions as will be then produced, by order of the Trustees for Sale under the will of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Partridge deceased viz.,

All those Eight Copyhold Cottages and Appurtenances, with large piece of Garden at the rear, situated in the North End of Rushden fronting the High Street and extending therefrom to the Back Road, in the occupation of Elizabeth Allen and others.

For further particulars apply to Mr. Thomas Partridge, Knuston; Mr. Thomas Slinn, Wellingborough, to the auctioneers of W. Hirst Simpson, Solicitors, Higham Ferrers.
Wellingborough News, 15th June 1878, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN - PROPERTY SALEOn Thursday evening, the 6th inst., Messrs. Pendered sold by auction, at the Wheat Sheaf Inn, the following property:

Lot 1—21 copyhold cottages and a field of land adjoining, in all about three acres, situate midway between Higham Ferrers and Rushden, and in the occupation of Mr. Philip Whitbread and others; the property brings in a rental of £160 per annum, and was knocked down to Mr. John Sargent, jun., for £2000.

Lot 2 consisted of eight copyhold cottages belonging to the late Mrs. Partridge, of Knuston, and was knocked down to Mr. J. Gross, on behalf of Mr. John Jacquest, for £370.

Lot 3 comprised two newly-erected houses, the property of Mr. John Margetts, let at a yearly rental of £18 10s., knocked down to Mr. J. Gross for £305.

Lot 4, a leasehold house and shop, situate in Higham Ferrers, in the occupation of Mr. T. Ward, let at £20 per annum, the ground being £2 per annum, and the lease having 18 years to run; this lot was reserved at £195, and only £190 being offered the lot was withdrawn, but was subsequently bought privately by Mr. Ambrose Gillitt, of Wellingborough, for £200.

Five £10 shares in the Higham Ferrers Gas Company were then put up, and realised £10 per share, bought by Mr. G. Shelton, Higham Ferrers.

Northampton Mercury Saturday June 15th 1878, transcribed by Susan Manton

Drapery business – For sale the Fixtures and Stock-in-Trade of a Draper. The shop is well situated in the prosperous and rapidly increasing village of Rushden, and there are good facilities for the Millinery and Dress-Making portion of the business, which could be easily extended.

Apply to Mr. W. Brown, High street, Rushden.

Wellingborough News, January 18th 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

13 Messuages or Tenements,
Out-Buildings, Yard, and Appurtenances,

To be sold by AUCTION, by Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Temperance Hall, Rushden, on Friday, 31st January, 1879, at 6 for 7 o'clock in the evening, subject to conditions to be then produced, in one Lot, viz.:—

All those 13 COPYHOLD MESSUAGES or Tenements, situate in, and having a frontage to High-street, Rushden, being the eastern portion of the property known as Bayes' Yard, as now stumped out and marked upon the adjoining boundary walls, in the occupations of Mr. Samuel Chettle, Mr. George Stokes, and others.

N.B.—The Vendor will erect, and for ever hereafter maintain, a good and sufficient boundary wall between the property now offered for sale and the western portion of Bayes' Yard, which is reserved; and the present back road to the said property will be permanently closed.

The rental of the property (including the portion reserved) is upwards of £71 per annum, of which the part now offered for sale is estimated to produce £68 per annum.

The Copyhold of the Manor of Rushden being fine certain, the property is nearly equal in value to Freehold.

For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Wellingborough, or to

W. HIRST SIMPSON,

Solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

Wellingborough News, 25th January 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire.

13 Messuages or Tenements,
Out-Buildings, Yard, and Appurtenances,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Temperance Hall, Rushden, on Friday, 31st January, 1879, at 6 for 7 o'clock in the evening, subject to conditions to be then produced, in one Lot, viz.:—

All those 13 COPYHOLD MESSUAGES or Tenements, situate in, and having a frontage to High-street, Rushden, being the eastern portion of the property known as Bayes' Yard, as now stumped out and marked upon the adjoining boundary walls, in the occupations of Mr. Samuel Chettle, Mr. George Stokes, and others.

N.B.—The Vendor will erect, and for ever hereafter maintain, a good and sufficient boundary wall between the property now offered for sale and the western portion of Bayes' Yard, which is reserved; and the present back road to the said property will be permanently closed.

The rental of the property (including the portion reserved) is upwards of £71 per annum, of which the part now offered for sale is estimated to produce £68 per annum.

The Copyhold of the Manor of Rushden being fine certain, the property is nearly equal in value to Freehold.

For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Wellingborough, or to

W. HIRST SIMPSON,

Solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

Wellingborough News, 8th February 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

PROPERTY SALEThirteen cottages and out-buildings were sold by auction by Messrs. Pendered and Son, in the Temperance Hall, on the 31st ult. The property, which is copyhold and known as Bayes' Yard, realised £700. Mr. John Sargeant, jun., was the purchaser.

Wellingborough News, 5th April 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire

Messuages or Tenements, Workshop

Large GARDEN and GREENHOUSE,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY

Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Rushden, on Thursday 10th April, 1879, at Six o'clock in the Evening, by order of the Acting-Trustee for Sale under the will of Mr. William Betson, deceased, subject to such conditions as will be then produced, and in one or more lots as may be determined upon at the time of Sale, viz.:—

All those Four Messuages or Tenements, situate in Duck-street, Rushden, together with the Workshops, Out-houses, large Garden, and Greenhouse, at the rear, in the respective occupations of Wm. Curtis, Joseph Barwick, Joseph Cox, and George Stacey.

There is an abundant supply of spring water on the Premises.

The above are Copyhold of the Manor of Rushden, but being fine certain, are considered equal in value to Freehold.

For further particulars apply to:-

Mr. SAMUEL KNIGHT, the younger, Rushden;
the Auctioneers, Wellingborough;
or to Messrs. BURNHAM and HENRY, Solicitors, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 5th April 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire

Valuable Freehold PROPERTY,
consisting of
Two Dwelling Houses,
Yards, Garden and Outbuildings.

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY

Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Rushden, on Thursday, 10th April, 1879, at Six o'clock in the evening, subject to such conditions as will be then produced, and in one or two lots as may be determined upon.

All that newly and substantially-built Freehold DWELLING-HOUSE, with the Yard, Garden, and Outbuildings thereunto belonging, situated in the High-street, Rushden, and at present in the occupation of Mr. J. Margetts, the proprietor.

This house contains 2 parlours, 3 roomy bedrooms, kitchen, back kitchen, and the usual offices.

Also the newly-erected COTTAGE adjoining, with the yard and outbuildings, in the occupation of Chas. Freeman.

N.B.—The Gas is laid on in both houses, and there is also a good supply of water on each of the premises.

For further particulars, apply to:-

Mr. J. MARGETTS, Rushden,
the AUCTIONEERS, Wellingborough,
or to W. H. SIMPSON,
Solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

Wellingborough News, 17th May 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN

Household Furniture &c.

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY

Messrs. Pendered and Son,

ON Monday, 19th May, 1879, upon the Premises, by order of the Executors of the late Mr. W. Betson, viz.:—

Several Bedsteads, Beds and Bedding, Chairs, Tables, Cased Clock, Pictures, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils, Glassware, &c., &c.

Also Out-door Effects, comprising—Wheelbarrow, Ladders, watering cans, and about 40 doz. Bedding and other Plants, which will be sold in convenient lots to suit purchasers.

Sale to commence at One o'clock.

Wellingborough News, 17th May 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

VALUABLE COPYHOLD BUILDING LAND,

Containing about Three Thousand Square Yards, in the centre of Rushden aforesaid, the property of the Devisee under the Will of Mrs. Ann Roberts, deceased, to be SOLD BY AUCTION, (unless previously disposed of), in June next, by Mr. F. S. Abbott,

Full particulars in future papers, or on inquiry of the AUCTIONEER, Thrapston, or at any Office.

W. HIRST SIMPSON,
Solicitor, Higham Ferrers.

N.B.— The assistance of the Vendor would be given to any purchaser desiring to enfranchise.

Wellingborough News, 14th June 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

RUSHDEN, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

Valuable Copyhold and Freehold Dwelling Houses,
Shoe Factory,Currier's Shop, Machine Room,
Stables, Sheds, Paddock, and Building Land.

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION

BY Charles Pollard

BY order of the Trustees acting under the will of the late Wm. Colson, deceased, at the Temperance Hall, Rushden, on Thursday Evening, June 26th, 1879, at Six for Seven o'clock precisely, subject to such conditions as will be then produced, in Two Lots.

LOT 1—All those two newly built DWELLING HOUSES, situate on the Wellingborough-road, in Rushden, and occupied by Mrs. Colson and Mr. Haydn Packwood. That in the occupation of Mr. Colson contains 5 bedrooms, pantry, kitchen, parlour, sitting and dining rooms, with the garden and outhouses. That of Mr. Packwood contains 4 bedrooms, pantry, kitchen, sitting room, parlour, and outhouses. Also the Shoe Manufactory, Machine Room, Currier's Shop, and Stables adjoining the same, and now in the occupation of Wm. Colson and Co., where an extensive and successful wholesale business has been carried on for many years.

This lot is copyhold of the Manor of Rushden, and has frontages to Wellingborough-road, and Duck-street. Possession can be given on the 11th October next.

LOT 2—All those newly built Stables, Harness Room (fitted with gas), Coach House, Cart Sheds, and Yard, together with the Paddock and Building Land adjoining the same, now in the occupation of the said Wm. Colson and Co., and containing with the site of the Buildings about 9904 square yards.

This lot is freehold, and has a frontage of about 54 yards to Church-street and the Wellingborough road, in Rushden aforesaid.

To view, apply to Messrs. Wm. COLSON and Co. Rushden; and for further particulars to the

AUCTIONEER, High-street, Kettering, or to
JAMES HEYGATE,
Solicitor, Wellingborough.

Wellingborough News, 21st June 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

The Freehold and Tithe-free Agricultural Property, known as Rushden-lodge and Bencroft Grange Farms, comprising a substantial farm residence, with bailiffs house and suitable farm buildings, conveniently arranged and well placed, surrounded by about 560 acres of capital productive corn and stock land, let to a good tenant at £900 per annum.

Messrs. Daniel Smith, Son, and Oakley, HAVE received instructions to SELL the above Freehold Estate by AUCTION, at the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, City, E.G., on Tuesday, the 8th of July, at 2 o'clock precisely, in one or two lots. It is situate in the parish and about a mile from the town of Rushden, in a very compact form in a perfect ring fence, and is divided into large inclosure, intersected by the high road from Higham Ferrers to Bedford, and about 10 miles from the latter important market and county town, 6½ from Wellingborough, and three from the Irchester and Sharnbrook Stations on the Midland Railway (main line), and about seven from Kimbolton and Raunds Stations on the Kettering and Thrapston line. The property is in a good hunting country, within reach of three noted packs of foxhounds, and the land, which is deep staple, producing capital crops of corn and roots, has been nearly all under-drained, and is in good condition. The whole is arable, except about 35 acres grass, and small belts of woodland. It is in the neighbourhood of good markets, with good railway accommodation and good roads.

Particulars may be obtained of:-

Messrs. NEWMAN, STRETTON, & MILLIARD, solicitors, No. 75, Cornhill, E.C.;
At the George, Northampton;
The Hind, Wellingborough; the Swan, Bedford;
and of the AUCTIONEERS, No. 10, Waterloo-place, Pall Mall, S.W.

Wellingborough News, 4th October 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

DITCHFORD MILL, near WELLINGBOROUGH

2 powerful CART HORSES,
strong WAGGON, Miller's Cart, Sociable Cart and gig harness,
two stacks of HAY, Poultry, out-door effects, Household furniture, &c.,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

Messrs. Pendered and Son,

BY Order of the Executors of the late Mr. John Dickins, on Friday, 10th October, 1879, upon the premises at Ditchford Mill, viz.—

HORSES—Dark brown horse, "Captain," 9 years old; dark brown horse "Prince," both capital workers; aged nag horse.

OUT-DOOR EFFECTS—Narrow-wheel waggon with iron arms, strong cart with ditto, sociable, with moveable top; spring trap, 2 wheelbarrows, 3 sets of cart harness, gig harness, waggon cloth, 2-knife chaff-cutter, pig troughs, 2 iron drinking troughs; sweet ale casks, brewing vessels, cream can and pail, cow ties, fowl pens, cratch, tools, old iron, wood, &c.

Stack of new hay and part of stack of old ditto.

POULTRY—6 brood geese, 18 young ditto, 40 fowls, 8 ducks.

FURNITURE, &c. —2 iron bedsteads, 2 wood ditto, mattresses and palliasses, blankets and counterpanes, tapestry and Kidderminster carpets, cane seated chairs, large mahogany swing glass and smaller ditto, stair carpets and rods, toilet tables and washstands, several linen chests, clothes baskets, pair of high water boots, mahogany couch in hair seating, 6 ditto chairs and 2 elbow ditto, easy chair, pier glass, mahogany claw table and cover, square pianoforte, music stool, oak dining table, 3 strong oak chairs, round stands, pictures, ornaments, fenders and fire irons, copper coal scoop, oak table, 2 deal kitchen ditto, case clock, Windsor chairs, culinary utensils, crockery, glassware, wash trays, and other effects.

Sale of horses and outdoor effects, at eleven, a.m. Furniture at one, p.m.

Wellingborough News, 11th October 1879, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rushden, Northamptonshire

Valuable PROPERTY, consisting of a
Close of ARABLE LAND, convenient DWELLING-HOUSE,
Garden and Outbuildings, and a WINDMILL,

To BE SOLD BY AUCTION;

BY

Messrs. Pendered and Son,

AT the Coach and Horses Inn, Rushden, on Thursday., 23rd October, 1879, at six o'clock in the evening, subject to such conditions as will be then produced, in one lot, viz.:

All that close of superior arable LAND, with a convenient DWELLING-HOUSE, garden and out-buildings, large Barn, Stabling, and a WINDMILL driving two pairs of stones, situated on the road leading from Rushden, to Wymington, the whole containing 2a. 1r. 0p. or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mr. B. Green, the proprietor.

The property is bounded on the north and east by the estate of F. U. Sartoris, Esq., on the south by Wymington Field, and on the west by the road leading from Rushden to Wymington.

The Dwelling-house is well and substantially built, and contains three living rooms, wash-house, and three bedrooms.

The Estate is copyhold of the Manor of Rushden, but being "Fine Certain" is nearly equal in value to Freehold.

To view, apply on the premises; and for further particulars to the

AUCTIONEERS, Wellingborough; or to

MESSRS. SHARM AN & JACKSON,
Solicitors, Wellingborough.



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