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Sales - Stanwick

These sales notices are extracted from The Wellingborough News.
The Northampton Mercury, 15th June 1772, transcribed by Kay Collins

To be Sold by Auction, at the Green-Dragon, in Higham Ferrers, some time in July 1772, the Day of the Sale of which will be timely inferred in the Northampton Mercury, and other Papers.

Two FARMS, consisting of 310 Acres, more or less, with C... for 148 Sheep, situated in the Parish of Stanwick, and County aforesaid, within two Miles of Higham Ferrers. — Mr Thomas Cory, one of the principal Tenants will show the premises.

The Particulars may be had at the Green Dragon, in Higham Ferrers, and at the principal Inns in the following Places, viz., Thrapstoin, Oundle, Peterborough, Wellingborough, Newport Pagnell, Kettering, Bedford, Northampton, Stamford, and Hinchin, and of Mr Thomas Cory, of Stanwick aforesaid. All Applications, in London, may be made to Mr John Maddyson, at his House at Charing Cross, or in Carraway’s Coffee-House in Change-Alley.

Wellingborough News, 28th October 1882 , transcribed by Kay Collins


81 Acres of GRASS KEEPING, 12 acres of Roots, the Browse of 150 acres of Wheat and Oat Straw, and consumption of 40 tons of Clover HAY, with use of sheltered Yards.

Messrs. Pendered and Son,
ARE instructed by the Executors of the late Mr. Thos. A. Somes, to SELL by AUCTION, on Friday, 3rd November 1882, Grass Keeping:—

First Far Hallows
Second ditto
Gravel Pit Close
Twelve Acres
Hovel Close
Long Pasture
Chelveaton Meadow


Up to First February next.

About 12 acres of Kohl Rabi, Swedes, and White Turnips, to be eaten off.

The browse of 22 acres oat Straw, 68 acres wheat straw, and consumption of 12 acres excellent clover Hay, with use of large sheltered yard, at the Pasture Barn, on the road leading from Raunds to Chelveston.

The browse of 52 acres wheat straw, and the consumption of 12 acres excellent clover hay, at the Chelveston Barn, Chelveston.

Careful shepherds and men to fodder stock will be provided.

Company to meet at the Higham Ferrers Station of L. & N.W.R., at Two, p.m., to proceed to sale.

Wellingborough News, 26th September 1890, transcribed by Kay Collins

Two Dwelling-Houses, Blacksmith’s Shop,
Stables, Gardens, Four Cottages, and Outbuildings,

To be sold by Auction by

F S Abbott,

At the Duke of Wellington Inn, Stanwick, on Thursday, October 9th 1890, at 5 for 6 o’clock in the evening, in the following or such other lots and subject to such conditions as shall be produced at time of sale:-

Lot 1—All that Messuage or Dwelling-House, brick and slate, containing parlour, sitting-room, bedroom, kitchen, &c., with barn, stables, hovels, large garden, &c. Also all that well-built brick and slated blacksmith’s shop, with the large yard, &c. Also all that newly-erected Dwelling-house adjoining the shop, with the garden, &c., in front, in the occupation of Mr T Bridges, or under-tenant.

Lot 2—All those 4 Stone and Tiled Cottages, adjoining lot 1, with entrance from two footways with the gardens, outbuildings, barns, &c., as now occupied by Messrs. Wm. Hardwick, C. Ward, T. Baxter, and T. Mitchell.

The above Estates are most eligibly situated in the village of Stanwick, bounded on the North by the road, on the West by property of Mr. Morris, and on the South by footpath. A Blacksmith's business has been carried on upon the premises for many years. The Cottages are well situated, and let to excellent tenants. The whole forms a good opportunity for occupation or investment.

To view, apply to Tenants, and for further particulars to the Auctioneer, Thrapston; or to MESSRS. SIMPSON & MASON, Solicitors, Higham Ferrers.

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