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MISCELLANEOUS UNOFFICIAL COLLECTIONS, CATALOGUE NO 9


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Reference D/EX 801-898
Covering dates 1608-2002
Held by Berkshire Record Office
Extent 79 sub-fonds
Creators Berkshire Record Office

Contents:
Miscellaneous unofficial collections deposited in Berkshire Record Office



Diaries and correspondence relating to the Spencer family of Cookham, including Sir Stanley Spencer (1906-1937).  D/EX 801  1906-1940

32 volumes

Source of acquisition: Deposited in August 1985 (acc. 3681)


Contents:
The collection consists of both original and typescript copies of the diaries and correspondence of various members of the Spencer family - that is, Stanley, William, Percy and Sydney who were all brothers and Florence their sister, together with Florence's husband, John M. Image. Other members of the family are frequently mentioned. Most of the documents relate to the period prior to the First World War and the brothers' activities during it. The typed copies seem to have been compiled at the instigation of Florence and many of the volumes contain her handwritten and typed notes. In addition there are several duplicate copies of volumes. Sir Stanley Spencer's original letters are held at the Tate Gallery Archive in London but the whereabouts of the other originals are unknown.

John M. Image  [no ref.]  1906-1919

Contents:
John M. Image was the brother-in-law of the Spencer brothers, marrying Florence in 1915. He was a Cambridge don and these letters to his friend, W.F. Smith, describe his academic life and the coming of war. He died in 1919.

Typed copies of his letters to W.F. Smith.  D/EX 801/1  1906-1915

1 vol.

Typed copies of his letters to W.F. Smith, with notes by Florence.  D/EX 801/2  1915-1919

1 vol.

Sydney Spencer  [no ref.]  1909-1924

Contents:
At one time teaching at Epsom, he went up to Oxford in 1914 and then joined up in the First World War. He fought in Europe, being awarded the Military Cross and was killed in action at Epehy in September 1918. His early diaries give a very full picture of his life at Epsom and with his family at Cookham.

Diary (original), including newspaper cuttings and monthly accounts.  D/EX 801/3  1911

1 vol.

Typed extracts from the above diary with notes. The volume includes photographs of "Our Uncle Julius Spencer", "Aunt Jenny" and "Sydney, Stanley and Gilbert in the drawing room of Fernlea" [Cookham].  D/EX 801/4  1911

1 vol.

Typed extracts from the above diary [carbon copy of D/EX 801/4].  D/EX 801/5  1911

1 vol.

Diary (original) (1912) including monthly accounts and a newspaper cutting recording the death of Justin McCarthy (1912) and a weight certificate (1911-1912).  D/EX 801/6  1911-1912

1 vol.

Typed extracts from the above diary with notes. The volume includes a photograph of the Reverend R.W. Rogers, vicar of Cookham (n.d.).  D/EX 801/7  1912

1 vol.

Typed extracts from the above diary [carbon copy of D/EX 801/7].  D/EX 801/8  1912

1 vol.

Diary (original), including monthly accounts.  D/EX 801/9  1913

1 vol.

Typed extracts from the above diary with notes. The volume includes a photograph of Sydney and a photograph of a pen drawing of "The late Lieutenant Sydney Spencer, 1913" by his brother, Stanley.  D/EX 801/10  1913

1 vol.

Typed extracts from the above diary [carbon copy of D/EX 801/10].  D/EX 801/11  1913

1 vol.

Diary (original) (1914) including monthly accounts and a précis of his "days with the 2/5th Norfolk Regiment, August 1915 to March 1918". Also some letters copied in.  D/EX 801/12  1914-1918

1 vol.

Typed extracts from the above diary [carbon copy].  D/EX 801/13  1914

1 vol.

Diary (original) including monthly accounts and notes on his training for the army, such as trench warfare, etc. [No entries after May].  D/EX 801/14  1915

1 vol.

Typed extracts from the above diaries (D/EX 801/12 and 14) with notes.  D/EX 801/15  1914-1924

1 vol.

Contents:
The volume includes the précis of his days with the 2/5th Norfolk Regiment, as above and a photograph of a painting of Garsington by Gilbert Spencer (1924).

Typed extracts from the above diaries with notes (1911-1915) [much more abridged than the other typed extracts].  D/EX 801/16  1909-1918

1 vol.

Contents:
The volume includes extracts from letters to Sydney and Florence from their father, William Spencer (1909-1918).

Typed copies of Sydney's letters when on active service, and copies of letters to Florence on Sydney's death, including accounts of it (1918).  D/EX 801/17  1909-1919

1 vol.

Contents:
The volume also includes a copy of a piece by Sydney, recounting his war experiences, written whilst in hospital a few weeks before his death and extracts from letters to Sydney from his father, William Spencer (1909-1918) together with a copy of a poem by the latter, entitled "La Belle France" (1918). Also copy of a piece in the London Gazette relating to the award of the Military Cross to Sydney (1919).

Typed copies of Sydney's war letters, including the letters to Florence and Sydney's account of his war experiences, as above.  D/EX 801/18  1918

1 vol.

Typed copies of Sydney's war letters including the letters to Florence as above (1918).  D/EX 801/19  1915-1918

1 vol.

Contents:
The volume includes a newspaper cutting from the Evening News, relating to Rupert Brooke (1915).

Stanley Spencer  [no ref.]  1911-1937

Contents:
The letters here refer to the period of his life when the artist lived at Cookham, then served in Europe during the First World War, returning to live in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, from 1919 to 1921 and then from 1932 to 1937 living in Cookham, painting.

Typed copies of his letters to his family, particularly to Florence and Sydney (1911-1921, 1932-1937). With notes, and the original of a letter to Florence on the death of her husband, John (1919).  D/EX 801/20  1911-1937

1 vol.

Contents:
Also includes a photograph of Beaufort Hospital, showing Sir Stanley [n.d. c.1915?] and a photograph of a drawing of Professor Henry Tonks by Helen M. Campbell (n.d.).

Typed copies of his letters to his family, as above.  D/EX 801/21  1911-1937

1 vol.

Contents:
Also includes a copy of a letter from William Spencer to Florence relating to their mother (1937).

Typed copies of his letters to his family, as above.  D/EX 801/22  1911-1937

1 vol.

Percy Julius Spencer  [no ref.]  1914-1918

Contents:
He served in Europe in the First World War in Kitchener's "New Army" (142nd Infantry Brigade London Regiment).

Typed copies of his war letters to his family, in particular to his sister, Florence.  D/EX 801/23  1914-1918

1 vol.

Contents:
The volume also includes extracts from letters to Percy and a copy of a letter from Florence to Lord Kitchener complaining of the treatment of recruits, followed by a note on Kitchener's speech to the House of Lords (1914).

Typed copies of his war letters including extracts from letters to Percy and a copy of Florence's letter to Kitchener, as above (1914-1918).  D/EX 801/24  1914-1947

1 vol.

Contents:
The volume also includes two menus for dinner at the Brigade's HQ (Christmas 1916, 1917), a note from Florence to "P.J., Taffy and Pam" (1938) and a letter from Florence (1947) enclosing a copy of the Daily Mail (10 October 1918).

Typed copies of his war letters including extracts from letters to Percy and a copy of Florence's letter to Kitchener, as above.  D/EX 801/25  1914-1918

1 vol.

Contents:
The volume also includes a Christmas card (1916) portraying the Brigade in action.

William Spencer  [no ref.]  1916-1919

Contents:
He was Professor of Music at Berne in Switzerland and his diaries tell of his life there from 1916 to 1919.

Diary (original).  D/EX 801/26  1916

1 vol.

Diary (original).  D/EX 801/27  1917

1 vol.

Diary (original).  D/EX 801/28  1918

1 vol.

Diary (original) [no entries after June].  D/EX 801/29  1919

1 vol.

Florence Image (née Spencer)  [no ref.]  [c.1940]

Typescript copy of a work entitled "Cookham and All That. A Mosaic of the War". [Written by Florence]  D/EX 801/30  [c.1940]

1 vol.

Contents:
It seems principally to be an account of the life and career of Sir Stanley Spencer, together with anecdotes and copies of letters relating to family life at Cookham. The work has both a preamble and a preface. This volume also includes extracts from letters to Sydney and Florence from their father, William (1909-1918) and photographs of "Ovey's Farm" and of some of Stanley's paintings.

Typescript copy of a work entitled "Cookham and All That. A Mosaic of the War" as above.  D/EX 801/31  [c.1940]

1 vol.

Contents:
This volume includes photographs of Cookham and the surrounding area, together with photographs of paintings by Sir Stanley and others. There are also two letters from William Spencer in Switzerland (1940).

Typescript copy of a work entitled "Cookham and All That. A Mosaic of the War" as above.  D/EX 801/32  [c.1940]

1 vol.

Programmes, photographs and newspaper cuttings relating to productions by the Berkshire County Players  D/EX 802  1950-1957

84 docs.

Night Must Fall - photographs.  D/EX 802/1/1-3  1950-1957

1 bdl.

Fools Rush In - photograph.  D/EX 802/2  1950-1957

1 doc.

Acacia Avenue - programme.  D/EX 802/3  1950-1957

1 doc.

Murder Out of Tune - photograph.  D/EX 802/4  1950-1957

1 doc.

A Man About The House - photographs and newspaper cuttings. (4 docs.)  D/EX 802/5/1-4  1950-1957

1 bdl.

Young Wives' Tale - photographs. (3 docs.)  D/EX 802/6/1-3  1950-1957

1 bdl.

The French Windows - programme.  D/EX 802/7  1950-1957

1 doc.

Golden Rain - programme.  D/EX 802/8  1950-1957

1 doc.

Ladies In Retirement - photographs. (6 docs.)  D/EX 802/9/1-6  1950-1957

1 bdl.

Count Your Blessings - photographs and newspaper cutting. (4 docs.)  D/EX 802/10/1-4  1950-1957

1 bdl.

Lady To Let - programme and photographs. (7 docs.)  D/EX 802/11/1-7  1950-1957

1 bdl.

A Lady Mislaid - programme and photographs. (5 docs.)  D/EX 802/12/1-5  1950-1957

1 bdl.

Who Lies There? - programme.  D/EX 802/13  1950-1957

1 doc.

Forced Landing - programme and photographs. (4 docs.)  D/EX 802/14/1-4  1950-1957

1 bdl.

The Sacred Flame - photographs. (7 docs.)  D/EX 802/15/1-7  1950-1957

1 bdl.

Hay Fever - programme, photographs and newspaper cuttings. (9 docs.)  D/EX 802/16/1-9  1950-1958

1 bdl.

Crystal Clear - programme, photographs and newspaper cuttings. (7 docs.)  D/EX 802/17/1-7  1950-1957

1 bdl.

Blithe Spirit - programme and photographs. (7 docs.)  D/EX 802/18/1-7  1950-1957

1 bdl.

Unknown production [?Golden Rain] - photographs. (4 docs.)  D/EX 802/19/1-4  1950-1957

1 bdl.

Unknown production [?Who Lies There?] - photographs. (4 docs.)  D/EX 802/20/1-4  1950-1957

1 bdl.

Photographs and newspaper cutting of a production by the Players in a hospital. (3 docs.)  D/EX 802/21/1-3  1950

1 bdl.

Note to J.E. Woodward from the County Players with best wishes on his retirement.  D/EX 802/22  1957

1 doc.

Map of Streatley  D/EX 804  1764

A Plan of almost the whole Parish of Streatley in the County of Berks Shewing the Lands therein from which arise the Great Tithes called the Tithe above Hill. Surveyed and delineated by Isaac Messeder  D/EX 804/1  1764

Contents:
5 ins. to 80 poles 47 ins. x 50 ins.
[20 ins. to 1 mile] 1194 mm. x 1270 mm.
1262a. of Streatley, showing the lands belonging to the above hill tithes numbered and coloured green or yellow and those belonging to the below hill tithes written on and uncoloured. For the numbered fields acreages, field names, land use and landlord and tenant are given, together with the name of the farm or parcel of land to which they belong. Also shown are the village with its farm, mill and ferry, Woods Farm, Southridge Farm, Westridge Farm, Kiddington Farm and other farms.

Papers mainly relating to property in Market Place, Wantage  D/EX 805  1878-1897

1 bdl.

Papers relating to Frederick William Chamberlain, hairdresser and photographer of Wantage  D/EX 805/1/1-4  1878-1897

1 bdl.

Contents:
Including his apprenticeship indenture, 1878, and a copy lease to him of a house and shop in Market Place, Wantage, 1897, with a schedule of fixtures. Also a schedule of fixtures of possibly the same premises in Market Place, Wantage, 1878.

Presentation album of photographs on the production of tea in Assam  D/EX 806  c.1930

1 volume

'Assam Tea: A Pictorial Record by Balmer Lawrie & Co. Ltd.'.  D/EX 806/1  [c.1930]

1 vol.

Contents:
(Album of photographs of various aspects of the growing, harvesting, processing and shipping of tea in Assam, prefaced by a brief text describing the principal stages in the process). [Undated. Probably c.1930]

Maidenhead Advertiser, issue for 19 February 1896.  D/EX 807  1896

1 item

Copy of the Maidenhead Advertiser, 19 February 1896.  D/EX 807/1  1896

1 item

Sale catalogue of a farm at Bradfield  D/EX 808  1849

1 item

Sale particulars of a freehold farm, dwelling house and cottages, at South End, Bradfield  D/EX 808/1  1849

1 item

Contents:
(Estate of 82a of which about 78a lay in Bradfield and 4a in Ufton).

Specifications and estimates for a proposed new bridge at Twyford  D/EX 809  1831

1 bdl.

Specifications, estimates and sketch plan and elevation for a proposed new bridge at Twyford, prepared by George Treacher for the Trustees of the Twyford and Theale [Turnpike] Roads.  D/EX 809/1/1-4  1831

1 bdl.

Report of a tour of rubber producing areas in Malaya, Sumatra and Java, c.1937; minutes of the Poonmudi Tea Company, 1900-1910; accounts and other papers relating to the Poonmudi Tea and Rubber Company Ltd, 1959-1960.  D/EX 810  1900-1960

'Report on a visit to Rubber Areas in Malaya, Sumatra and Java, by E W Whitelaw'.  D/EX 810/1  [c.1937]

1 vol

Contents:
(Duplicated report, illustrated with monochrome photographs, of a six week tour of rubber producing areas in Malaya, Sumatra and Java.)

Poonmudi Tea Company: minutes of the board and of annual and extraordinary general meetings.  D/EX 810/2  1900-1910

1 vol

Contents:
[The company was registered in 1900. It went into voluntary liquidation in 1910, when its assets were transferred to a new company registered as the Poonmudi Tea and Rubber Company Ltd.]

The Poonmudi Tea and Rubber Company Ltd: directors' report and statement of accounts 1958; chairman's statement, 1958; report and accounts, 1959, and chairman's jubilee review, 1910-1960.  D/EX 810/3/1-3  1959-1960

1 bdl

Illustrated brochure for 'California-in-England' Lakeside, Pleasure Park, Wokingham  D/EX 811  c.1958

1 item

Illustrated brochure for the 'California-in-England' Lakeside Pleasure Park, Wokingham.  D/EX 812/1  [c.1958]

1 item

Public notices of wholesale and retail meat prices  D/EX 813  1951

Notice of wholesale prices for meat and meat products  D/EX 813/1/1  1951

Contents:
(Issued by the Meat Trades Journal)

Public notice of retail meat prices issued under the Meat Prices Order, 1951, and the Meat Products and Canned Meat (Control and Maximum Prices) Order, 1948.  D/EX 813/1/2  1951

[Both documents were once repaired with self-adhesive tape and are in consequence badly stained.]

Contents:
(Specifies maximum retail prices for various cuts of meat and meat products, home killed and imported).

School photograph of Palmer Central School  D/EX 815  1937

School photograph of pupils and staff of Palmer Central School, Reading.  D/EX 815/1  1937

1 item

Original wrapping (tube), with label 'A Schooldays' Souvenir'.  D/EX 815/2  1937

1 item

Deeds of property and land at Bourton, Shrivenham  D/EX 816  c.1653-1888

(23 bdls, 4 docs).

Deeds of a messuage and 6a. of land in Bourton, also of 3½a. and 15a.  D/EX 816/1/1-16  1653-1757

1 bdl

Deeds of a messuage and 6a. of land in the common fields of Bourton, also including 16a. 1r., 15½a., and 1a. of land in Brestlands.  D/EX 816/2/1-31  1754-1845

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes transcripts, c.1845, of Bisley or Bestley or Beezley family baptisms, marriages and burials, mainly in the parish of Chisledon, Wilts, c.1754-1838 (D/EX 816/2/24-31).)

Deeds of lands including 16a. 1r. in the common fields of Bourton, also a close called Slade Close, and 6a. 1r. in Breastlands Farm, Whitmore Field, the Lower Field, and Ryworth Field.  D/EX 816/3/1-16  1671-1787

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes copies of the wills of John Harris, yeoman, of Bourton, 1745 (D/EX 816/3/7), and Benjamin Povey, yeoman, of Ashbury, 1792 (D/EX 816/3/16).)

Deeds of 17a. 1r. 21p. in Whitmore Field.  D/EX 816/4/1-12  1763-1844

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes will of Richard Stephens of Bourton, 1763 (D/EX 816/4/1); and will, 1816, and admon, 1821, of Thomas Hughes, gent, of Great Faringdon (D/EX 816/4/8).)

Deeds of a messuage and 6a. 2r. 8p. in Ryworth Field, a meadow called Slade Close, 1a. 30p. and 4a. 3r. 7p. in Little Swanhill, 2 parcels of land in Warehill Furlong or at Warehill Pond, a messuage in Bourton, and 12a. 17p. in Whitmore Field.  D/EX 816/5/1-10  1791-1844

1 bdl

Abstracts of title of 12a. 17p. and 17a. 1r. 21p. in Whitmore Field, 4a. in Bourton, 6a. 2r. 8p. in Ryeworth Field, 4a. 35. 7p. and 1a. 30p. in Little Swanhill, and 2 parcels of land in Warehill Furlong or at Warehill Pond.  D/EX 816/6/1-3  1791-1844

1 bdl

Deeds of 5a. in the common fields of Bourton and 1 yard at Warehill Furlong adjoining Ware Pond, a messuage and 6a. and 1½ yard lands, a close and 2 messuages in Ryeworth Field (3½a.), and other lands.  D/EX 816/7/1-34  1655-1851

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes Sun Fire Office, London, receipts for insurance taken out by William Stone (D/EX 816/7/28-34).)

Deeds of a house, garden, backside and barn and 5a. 1r. in the common fields of Bourton, with common of pasture, and one yard in Warehill Furlong adjoining Ware Pond.  D/EX 816/8/1-20  1671-1769

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes will of Edward Butt, husbandman, of Berkshire, 1697, proved 1705 (D/EX 816/8/5).)

Deeds of a messuage and various lands (2a., 4a., 8a., 1 yard) in the common fields of Bourton and in Over Bourton.  D/EX 816/9/1-6  1653-1679

1 bdl

Deeds of a messuage and 2 yards in Whitmore Field, ½a. in Buttsfield, ½a. in Longy Lands Field, ½a. in Ryworth Field and ½a. in Bourton Closes.  D/EX 816/10/1-3  1654-1716

1 bdl

Two indentures of find regarding a messuage, cottage, garden, 12a. of land, 6a. of meadow and 6a. of pasture in Over Bourton.  D/EX 816/11/1-5  1765-1791

1 bdl

Deeds of 4a. of pasture at Cowleys in Bourton Closes.  D/EX 816/12/1-2  1699

1 bdl

Deeds of a messuage and 1 yard of land in Bourton, also of a messuage, 30a. of land, 6a. of meadow land and 4a. of pasture in Bourton, Over Bourton and Nether Bourton.  D/EX 816/13/1-3  1653-1692

1 bdl

Deeds of 2a., also messuage, cottage and 4½a., in the common fields of Bourton, with common of pasture, and 1½ yard lands in Bourton, Over Bourton and Nether Bourton.  D/EX 816/14/1-2  1660

1 bdl

Deeds of about 16a. of land in Bourton including Brest or Best or Breach lands, Dudmore Layne, Water Furrows, Ponds Close, Whitmore Field and numerous other named parcels.  D/EX 816/15/1-15  1713-1782

1 bdl

Deeds of a cottage called Woodleys with 2½a. in the common fields of Bourton.  D/EX 816/16/1-3  1720-1725

1 bdl

Deeds of a messuage in Over Bourton and 11a. in the common fields of Bourton, also 12a. of land, 6a. of meadow and 6a. of pasture.  D/EX 816/17/1-16  1671-1791

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes wills of Henry Stone, yeoman, of Upper Bourton, 1713, proved 1714 (D/EX 816/17/2), and Joseph Povey of Bourton, 1749 (D/EX 816/17/3).)

Deeds of 2½a., 2a. 3r., 4a., 1½a. in the North Field, 1a. near Ryworth; 1a. near Ryworth Headland; and 1a. in Mill Furlong, also of a messuage, garden and orchard and 80a. of land, 7a. of meadow and 7a. of pasture.  D/EX 816/18/1-8  1759-1771

1 bdl

Deeds of a messuage or cottage in Bourton, and lands including those in Ryworth Field (6a. 2r. 8p. and ½a.), Whitmore Field (2r.), Longy Lands Field (½a.), Hardings Paddock (½a.) and Benhill Gutter (½a.)  D/EX 816/19/1-14  1763-1833

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes wills of Matthew Caulfield, 1773, proved 1775, of Feltham, Middlesex (D/EX 816/19/4) and probate of will of Thomas Povey of Bourton, 1807 (D/EX 816/19/10).)

Deeds of 12½a. in the South Marsh, Bourton.  D/EX 816/20/1-13  1782-1834

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes copy of will of William Kent of Walton Hill in the parish of Wellesbourne Hastings, Warks., 1833 (D/EX 816/20/12).)

Deeds of a messuage in Bourton and 3a. in Little Arbours Field.  D/EX 816/21/1-13  1744-1845

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes certificate of contract for redemption of land tax on a messuage and 2a. 1r. of land in Bourton, 1799 (D/EX 816/21/10), and deeds of property in Stratton St Margaret's, Wilts, 1834 (D/EX 816/21/12).)

Deeds of two cottages with gardens at Bourton (12 lugs).  D/EX 816/22/1-6  1823-1838

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes Sun Fire Office insurance policy taken out by William Stone of Water Eaton on 2 cottages at Bourton, 1838 (D/EX 816/22/6).)

Deeds, including those of a close of meadow called Toveys (1a. 1r. 25p.), 2 messuages and gardens called Skeltons, Lower Field Farm (119a.) and Acorn Farm (219a.), and 2 closes and an orchard (13a. 1r. 33p.) at South Marsh, Bourton.  D/EX 816/23/1-8  1824-1851

1 bdl

Contents:
(Includes extracts from the will of James Reynolds of Faringdon, 1824 (D/EX 816/23/1), and copies of baptismal and marriage entries of the Collins family of Shrivenham, 1795-1827 (D/Ex 816/23/7-9).)

Deeds of 1a. in the South Field adjoining Mill Furlong, 1a. in the West Field, ½a. in the North Field, and common of pasture.  D/EX 816/24/1  1750

1 doc

Conveyance of cottages and gardens in Bourton.  D/EX 816/25/1  1845

1 doc

Schedule of deeds of property at Bourton comprised in an indenture of the marriage settlement of Mrs S Tucker, widow, and William F Lawrence.  D/EX 816/26/1  1888

1 doc

A note that the deed of conveyance of Mr J T Painton Smith was delivered to him on 11 October 1888.  D/EX 816/27/1  1888

1 doc

Deeds of the manor court of Wargrave relating to property mainly land in Wargrave  D/EX 817  1758-1864

1 bdl.

Manorial documents of the manor of Wargrave  [no ref.]  1758-1864

1 bdl.

Contents:
Including surrenders and admissions to property including Fordhouse messuage (1758), Carpenters and Scopiers cottages (c.1773), various lands in the common fields of Wargrave including Mumberry Field (c.1783); closes called Gaston le Grove and Calves Croft (c.1788); land in Wargrave Mead, Lot Mead and Langham Field (c.1788-1819); and High Field and Crouch End farms (1864), all in Wargrave. The documents include a recovery carried out by the manor court of Wargrave (1788) conveying property to Joseph Hill of Wargrave and a release from Richard Aldworth Neville dated 1783 with his seal attached.
D/EX 817/1/11-19 comprise admissions in the manor court of Joseph Jekyll of New Street, Spring Gardens, co. Middlx. to various lands in Wargrave

Manorial records  [no ref.]  1758-1819

Admission in the manor court of Wargrave of William Vachell surviving trustee acting under the will of Henry Grey (deceased), lord of the manor, of Esther Watlington, widow  D/EX 817/1/1  1758

Contents:
A messuage called Fordhouse and part of 4 yard lands, also to 2a. in the Ray received under the will of her late husband Samuel Watlington. This will which mentions "my late father Peter Whitfield" is enrolled and recited. The same document contains admissions of James Whitfield a minor (the son of William Whitfield) to 11a. of arable dispersed in the fields of Wargrave [specified] and cottages called Carpenters and Scopiers in the town of Wargrave

Surrender at the manor court of Wargrave (held on behalf of William Vachell eldest son and heir of William Vachell, deceased, who was the surviving trustee under the will of Henry Grey deceased, Lord of the Manor) by Esther Watlington, widow  D/EX 817/1/2  1762

1 doc.

Contents:
One toft and 2 yard lands native called Kephills in the tithing of Worlies, also a messuage and part of 4 yard lands called Ford House, also 2a. in the Slade, 1a. in Cloppen Dean, 3a. in the common field called Cloppen Dean, ½a. in Further Down, ½a. in Purfield; also admissions of her 7 children [specified] to Ford House and the 2a. in the Ray

Admissions of Rt. Hon. Henry Seymour Conway of Park Place, Remenham  D/EX 817/1/3  1773

1 doc.

Contents:
1½a. of meadow in Lot Mead, ½a. in Great Sturt and 1/7th part of 5 separate copyhold estates [otherwise unspecified] all in Wargrave

Surrender of William Whitfield of Waltham St. Lawrence, yeoman  D/EX 817/1/4  1773

1 doc.

Contents:
1a. in Purfield, 2a. in Sheeplands field, 1½a. in Mumberry Field and property as in D/EX 817/1/1 (cottages called Carpenters and Scopiers); also 1a. in Bycroft field, a close called Bowells. Mention of the tithings of Barerow and Worlies, extract from the will of William Whitfield referring to his son James, but admission of James to the property omitted

Lease for a year from John Tattershall of Exburne co. Devon gent. to Joseph Hill and Rev. John Tickell both of Wargrave  D/EX 817/1/5  1781

1 doc.

Contents:
About 1a. in Purfield als. Purvilles field

Release from Richard Aldworth Neville of Stanlake [parish of Ruscombe] to Joseph Hill of Wargrave and Rev. John Tickell his trustee  D/EX 817/1/6  1783

1 doc.

Contents:
3a. in Purfield, 4 other parcels of land in Purfield [specified], a plot of land in Mumberry Field, also 3 separate pieces in Wargrave Mead [specified]. (Large seal of Richard Aldworth Neville, in quite good condition, attached)

Deed of exchange between John Piggott of Wargrave gent. and Joseph Hill of Wargrave with John Tickell rector of East Mersea (?) co. Essex  D/EX 817/1/7  1784

1 doc.

Contents:
½a. in Purfield als. Purville in exchange for ½a. near the Green Way in a field called Mumberry

A recovery carried out by the manor court of Richard Aldworth Neville of Wargrave.  D/EX 817/1/8  1788

1 doc.

Contents:
Edward Hatch (demandant), Nicholas Silver of Wargrave baker (tenant). The last line of the document states that the property is to be for the use of Joseph Hill of Wargrave esq. and an endorsement notes that this is "Mr. Hills recovery".
Property given in full: 3 closes called Gaston le Grove and Calves Croft in the tithing of Gibstroud, 1½a. in Lot Mead, 1½a. in Wargrave Mead known by the name of "the whole strike", a cottage at Wargrave Mead Gate; 1a. near Fosters Land on which a cottage formerly stood recently part of Lake; 2a. in 2 different places in Purfield; toft and 1 yard land called Home Close and the Grove (11a.); 3a. in Lot Mead marked with the whole strike; 6a. of arable being hindland in the common fields of Sheeplands; also 12½a. in the common fields of the manor i.e. 2a. in Mumberry Field, 3a. in Sheeplands, 2½a. in the Ryth or Ray near Wargrave Lot Mead, also 1a. abutting upon Causpool on the west, 2a. abutting on the land late of Peter Whitfield on the west, 2a. abutting upon the Chalk Pit of Thomas Towers of Wargrave on the west

Admission of Caroline Countess Dowager of Aylesbury to property as in D/EX 817/1/1 (Fordhouse) and D/EX 817/1/3  D/EX 817/1/9  1795

1 doc.

Admission of the trustees named in the will of Rev. John Tickell deceased  D/EX 817/1/10  [n.d.]

1 doc.

Contents:
About 12a. in Langham Field, Wargrave, allotted to the trustees by the Enclosure Commissioners in 1814, 1819.

Admissions of Joseph Jekyll of New Street, Spring Gardens, co. Middlx. to the following property  [no ref.]  1825

[no title]  D/EX 817/1/11  1825

1 doc.

Contents:
A field on the north side of the road from Wargrave to Highfield called Langham road (about 4a. - no. 272 in the enclosure map) formerly called Jackmans and held by Sarah Hill widow of Joseph Hill

2 pightles of arable called Lake Closes adjoining the Henley road and numbered 218 and 219 in the enclosure award, formerly described as 2 pightles called Lake Closes (3a.) and Deanings Pightle (2a.) in the tithing of Lake, held by Sarah Hill, widow  D/EX 817/1/12  1825

1 doc.

A close on the north east side of Monks Lane at the back of the cottages built on the site of Old Mumbery Barn and the School House (about 1a. - no. 419 in the enclosure award)  D/EX 817/1/13  1825

1 doc.

About 1a. formerly the garden and part of the yard of a mansion house of Joseph Jekyll in Wargrave (no. 445 in the enclosure award)  D/EX 817/1/14  1825

1 doc.

A field called the Grove near Gilstroud near the Purfield road to Highfield (9a. - no. 263 in the enclosure award) formerly described as 3 closes called Gaston le Grove and Calves Croft  D/EX 817/1/15  1825

1 doc.

A cottage opposite Wargrave Mead Gate adjoining the road from Wargrave to Henley; also the piece of copyhold ground forming part of the garden and shrubbery of a messuage called the Chapel House (no. 252 in the enclosure award)  D/EX 817/1/16  1825

1 doc.

A field formerly called the Home Close now called Rushy Close adjoining the yard of a house called Crouch End farm near Highfield (about 3a. - no. 276 in the enclosure award); also a field called Garsons (about 5a. - no. 275 in the enclosure map) and which property were formerly described as one toft and yard land called Home Close and the Grove (11a.)  D/EX 817/1/17  1825

1 doc.

2a. forming part of the plantation surrounding the lawn and pleasure ground belonging to the mansion house of Joseph Jekyll near or adjoining a chalk pit (no. 253 in the enclosure award, the chalk pit being numbered 221), formerly held by Sarah Hill  D/EX 817/1/18  1825

1 doc.

16a. in Langham field (no. 403 in the enclosure map of Wargrave); also allotment no. 430 and about 7a. on the Pate (no. 254 in the enclosure award); about 1a. in Wargrave meadow (enclosure no. 230); about 2a. in Wargrave meadow (enclosure no. 206); about 3a. in Wargrave meadow (enclosure no. 180); about 5a. in Wargrave meadow (enclosure no. 186), which 7 lots of land were allotted to Sarah Hill and Joseph Hill in lieu of certain lands [extensively specified] in Wargrave  D/EX 817/1/19  1825

1 doc.

Miscellaneous  [no ref.]  1864

Duplicate agreement between Hon. Spencer Dudley Montagu of Wargrave Hill and Anna Louisa his wife and Edward Joseph Hill Jekyll of Bramley House, Guildford, Surrey, who is in possession of the remainder on the death of Anna L. Montagu to Henry Beesley of Wargrave, farmer, for the yearly tenancy of High Field and Crouch End farms, Wargrave (207a.)  D/EX 817/1/20  1864

1 doc.

Contents:
[Extensive tenancy agreements, and schedule of lands included at end]

Deeds of land near the road from Newbury to Newtown with houses built on it called "The Mount" and "Southwood Lodge" and "Westwood Lodge"  D/EX 818  1855-1907

11 docs.

Counterpart lease for 7 years from the trustees of Kendricks Charity in Newbury of 3a. of land to the north of the "Rokeby Arms" in Newbury.  [no ref.]  1855

1 doc.

Counterpart lease for 7 years from the trustees of Kendricks Charity in Newbury to Nathaniel White of Greenham, parish of Thatcham, rake-maker, and John Durbridge of Newbury, licensed victualler  D/EX 818/1/1  1855

Contents:
A piece of arable land in Newbury (3a.) with the "Rokeby Arms" on the south, a road leading from Newbury to Newtown on the east, and on the west the 2 closes of meadow next described, and those 2 closes of meadow or pasture (about 2a.)

Deeds of part of land called Brick Kiln Meadow bordered on the west by the highway from Newbury to Newtown with a messuage on the land.  [no ref.]  1856-1907

1 bdl.

Contents:
The property described in 1880 as land with 2 messuages in the course of erection probably the property referred to in deed of 1895 as "Mount" and "Westwood Lodge". Reference in last deed dated 1907 to "Southwood Lodge" and "Westwood Lodge".

Abstract of title of the mortgagees of Mr. George Eyles deceased  D/EX 818/2/1  1856

Contents:
A piece of land and premises the close called Brick Kiln Ground, also 2a. of ground called Liddiards Garden in Newtown Lane, Newbury (total 8a.), property described in 1837 as a parcel of ground (about 6a.) and 12 messuages erected by G.E. on the ground 1781-1846

Mortgage for £600 from John Hopson of Newbury, builder, to Frederick Chesterman of Little Brickhill, co. Bucks, gent.  D/EX 818/2/2  1864

1 doc.

Contents:
A piece of ground [2a.] being part of Brick Kiln Meadow, the residue of the same meadow on the north, the highway from Newbury to Newtown on the west, also the messuage, stable, carthouse, hayhouse, pigsty on part of the ground; also a long shed and carpenters shop over, and stable, coach house and 2 warehouses and open shed, yard and orchard, and garden, on the other part of the ground

Mortgage from John Hopson of Newbury, builder, to Thomas Gurney of Newbury, manager of the London and County Bank  D/EX 818/2/3  1871

1 doc.

Contents:
A piece of land (2a.) being part of Brick Kiln Meadow and property as described in 2 (except the long shed and 2 warehouses etc. now described as "a messuage and premises on other parts of the ground"). Deed of further charge endorsed

Transfer of mortgage from Thomas Gurney of Newbury, manager of the London and County Bank, John Hopson of Newbury, builder to Frederick Chesterman of Little Brickhill, co. Bucks., gent. of the sums of £600 and £400 and the premises [unspecified] in Newbury  D/EX 818/2/4  1872

1 doc.

Statutory declaration of John Tanner of Speenhamland, Speen, gent. concerning the family of Benjamin Hawkins late of 7 Prospect Terrace, St. Mary's parish, Reading, his brother in law (will proved 1848). Statement included that Benjamin Hawkins was the same person as that described as being of Donnington in a release of 1837 being a mortgage from George Eyles to Benjamin Hawkins for £1,700  D/EX 818/2/5  1873

1 doc.

Reconveyance from Frederick Chesterman of Little Brickhill, co. Bucks, gent., to John Hopson of Newbury, builder  D/EX 818/2/6  1873

1 doc.

Contents:
A piece of ground (2a.), part of land called Brick Kiln MeaDOW AT Newbury bordered on the north by the residue of the meadow and on the west by the highway from Newbury to Newtown, and messuage and property on the land as described in D/EX 818/2

Mortgage for £1400 from John Hopson of Newbury, builder, to Jane Mary Cook Stratton of Clarence Square, Cheltenham, spinster  D/EX 818/2/7  1880

1 doc.

Contents:
A piece of ground at Newbury on the east side of Newtown Road, a private carriage way of J.H. on the north (11 feet wide) called the Lower Carriage Road, on the south the Upper Carriage Road (14 feet 3 inches wide), Newtown Road on the west [simple plan endorsed], also the 2 messuages in the course of erection on the land and the right to use the private carriage roads

Mortgage for £200 from John Hopson of Newbury, builder, to Richard Sumner Helps and Arthur Spry Helps both of the city of Gloucester, solicitors, of the property on the east side of Newtown Road and 2 messuages built on the property as in D/EX 818/7  D/EX 818/2/8  1881

1 doc.

Transfer of mortgages from Julia Plucknett Helps of Gloucester, spinster, Jane Mary Cook Stratton late of Cheltenham now of Moreton Valence, co. Gloucs., spinster, Arthur Spry Helps of Gloucester, solicitor, and John Hopson of Newbury, builder, to William Higgs of Clapham, co. Surrey, gent. and other members of the Higgs family of Surrey [specified]  D/EX 818/2/9  1895

1 doc.

Contents:
That messuage called "The Mount" with outbuildings and garden in the parish of Newbury with rights of road over 2 entrance roads leading from the turnpike from Newbury to Newtown, co. Hants (about 1a.), the land formerly forming part of Brick Kiln Meadow, also the property at Newbury as described in 7 and the 2 messuages built on the land known as Southwood Lodge and Westwood Lodge. Memoranda endorsed re the conveyance of "The Mount" and "Southwood Lodge", 1901 and 1926

Transfer of mortgage from William Higgs of Clapham and George Higgs of Streatham, co. Surrey, gentlemen, to members of the Higgs family [specified] of Southwood Lodge and Westwood Lodge, Newbury  D/EX 818/2/10  1907

1 doc.

Deeds of the King's Head Inn and of other property in Newbury  D/EX 819  1691-1814

3 items

Source of acquisition: Presented in December 1985 per Newbury Museum (acc. 3730)


Settlement by a demise from Richard Reeves of Newbury, gent., to John Hore of Newbury, gent. and Edward Shakesheafe of Newbury, weaver  D/EX 819/1/1  1691

Contents:
The inn on the west side of Cheap Street, Newbury and known as the King's Head, the rents and profits to be used for educating and placing out the 3 children and grandchildren of R.R. [specified]

Assignment for the residue of 1000 years  D/EX 819/1/2  1740

Contents:
From Richard Peers of London, grocer, executor of William Hall late of Southampton, deceased, and Robert Peers and Thomas Peers of London, gentlemen, brothers of Richard Peers, legatees named in the will of William Hall to Sarah Eustone of Newbury, widow, and (William Eales of Newbury, gent., guardian of Richard Aldworth Cartwright an infant who is entitled under the will of Richard Cartwright late of Newbury to the equity of redemption of the property) of the King's Head inn for securing £400 and interests

Copy of agreement between Benjamin Friend of Newbury and John Martin of Newbury, collar maker to sell  D/EX 819/2  1814

1 item

Contents:
3 messuages on the west side of the Market Place and the yard, warehouses and buildings at a purchase price of £250 and agreement by J.M. to pay the further sum of £1,250 and agreement by B.F. to lend a sum not exceeding £600 to J.M. upon mortgage of the premises.

Two deeds of the Boult family of Winkfield relating to a farmhouse and lands in the parish, 1813.  D/EX 820  1827

2 items

Deeds of Pickards Farm and lands in Winkfield and land in the common fields of Warfield (2 docs.).  [no ref.]  1813

1 bdl.

Conveyance (copy made 1827) from John Pocock of Upton-cum-Chalvey, co. Bucks, farmer, the surviving trustee of John Boult late of Winkfield, gent., to John Boult of Chawridge Farm parish of Winkfield, farmer, only son and heir of John Boult  D/EX 820/1/1  1827

Contents:
4 closes of land (14a.) called Hollows in Winkfield abutting on Long Common Lane on the east and Parsonage Close Lane on the west [other abuttals]; also Hone's Mead abutting on the west side on Newington's Lane; also that messuage and farm house near Winkfield Street fronting the street and called Pickard's Farm; also the orchard and 3 closes of meadow (10a.) called Pickards and Courtfields abutting on Chawridge Lane on the east; 2 closes called Whistleys (5a.) abutting on Strawberry Lane on the west and on Bishops Lane on the north; close called Barratts (10a.) abutting on Chawridge Lane on the east [other abuttals], all in Winkfield; also parcels of arable in Warfield in a common field called Church field [specified]; also meadow (11a.) commonly called Gregorys bordered by a lane belonging to Chawridge Farm, the property subject to 2 legacies of £400 and £200 given to Mary Boult of Bagshot, parish of Windelesham, co. Surrey, spinster, 1813.

Lease for a year (copy made 1827) from John Pocock of Upton-cum-Chalvey, co. Bucks, farmer, to John Boult of Chawridge Farm, Winkfield, farmer  D/EX 820/1/2  1827

Contents:
All property in Winkfield and Warfield as in D/EX 820/1/1, 1813.

Prescription books of R. Comyns, pharmacist, of Sandhurst  D/EX 821  1924-1974

8 vols

Prescription book.  D/EX 821/1/1  1924-1930

1 vol

Prescription book.  D/EX 821/1/2  1931-1935

1 vol

Prescription book.  D/EX 821/1/3  1935-1942

1 vol

Prescription book.  D/EX 821/1/4  1942-1945

1 vol

Prescription book.  D/EX 821/1/5  1945-1947

1 vol

Prescription book.  D/EX 821/1/6  1947-1953

1 vol

Prescription book.  D/EX 821/1/7  1953-1973

1 vol

Prescription book.  D/EX 821/1/8  1973-1974

1 vol

Sale catalogue of the Aldermaston Court Estate, 1939, and abstract of title  D/EX 822  1939

2 docs.

Aldermaston Court Estate: sale catalogue, with plan [loose]  D/EX 822/1/1,2  1939

1 bdl.

Abstract of title of the South of England Real Estate Co. to the Aldermaston Court Estate  D/EX 822/2  1939

1 doc.

Deeds of property of the Weedon family of Reading (formerly of Edward Micklem of Reading) in Kings Road, London Road, Rupert Street and Child Street  D/EX 823  1833-1873

4 bdls.

Deeds of 2 pieces of land formerly part of an estate of the Crown called Orts Farm  [no ref.]  1833-1845

1 bdl.

Contents:
(Marginal plan in D/EX 823/1/1); one piece of land on the south side of and with a frontage to the Kings Road on the north, the other on the north side of the high turnpike from London to Bath [London Road] (dimensions specified in D/EX 823/1/2). (5 docs.).

Conveyance (subsequent to an auction) from the Commissioners of His Majesty's Woods and Forests to Benjamin Edgington of Southwark, rick cloth manufacturer  D/EX 823/1/1  1833

1 doc.

Contents:
Lots 18 and 22 formerly part of the Orts Farm estate between Kings Road, Reading, and the turnpike from Bath to London [London Road] (marginal plan)

Lease and conveyance from Edward Vines of Sherfield-upon-Loddon co. Hants, mealman and John Earl junior of Kingston upon Thames, co. Surrey, bargemaster, to Edward Micklem of Reading, gent.  D/EX 823/1/2/1-2  1834

2 docs.

Contents:
2 pieces of land, as in D/EX 823/1/1, one piece fronting the new road called the Kings Road on the south side, the other on the north side of the high turnpike from London to Bath (property comprising lots 17 and 19 in plan in D/EX 823/1/1) (dimensions specified and abuttals comprising occupiers' names)

Conveyance from Benjamin Edgington of Southwark, rick cloth manufacturer to John Weedon of Reading, gent.  D/EX 823/1/3  1844

1 doc.

Contents:
Lot 18 on the south side of Kings Road with a frontage to Kings Road of 120 feet for a sum of £300

Conveyance from John Weedon of Reading, gent., to Edward Micklem of Reading esq.  D/EX 823/1/4  1845

1 doc

Contents:
A piece of land fronting Kings Road (120 feet) for a sum of £318. Reference to an agreement between J.W. and Charles Henry Foyle of Whitley esq. relating to the title of a piece of land on the north side of the turnpike road from London to Bath [probably lot 22]

Deeds of land in the area bordered by Rupert Street, Child Street, Orts Road and Leopold Street including a house called Victoria Cottage and farm buildings.  [no ref.]  1862-1864

1 bdl.

Contents:
(Plan in D/EX 823/2/1). (2 docs.).

Copy of a conveyance from James Joseph Wheble esq. of Bulmershe Court near Reading to Stephen London of the Orts Road, yeoman, for £1,625  D/EX 823/2/1  1862-1864

1 doc.

Contents:
A piece of land bounded by Rupert Street, Child Street, Orts Road and Leopold Street in the parish of St. Giles including the farm buildings on the land and a house called "Victoria Cottage" (plan endorsed). Memorandum included dated 1864 recording the grant of part of the property to William Weedon of Reading, gent., particularly that fronting Child Street and Rupert Street

Conveyance from Stephen London late of Orts Road now of Hurst, yeoman, to William Weedon of Reading, gent.  D/EX 823/2/2  1864

1 doc.

Contents:
Land extending back 112 feet from the frontages of Rupert Street and Child Street for a sum of £1,000, (Marginal plan).

Deed of a piece of land on the north side of the London Road with a messuage called "The Hollies". (1 doc.).  [no ref.]  1873

1 item

Conveyance from Thomas Micklem of the City of London, gent., to William Weedon of Reading, gent.  D/EX 823/3  1873

1 doc.

Contents:
A piece of land on the north side of the London Road, parish of St. Giles, with a messuage built on it called "The Hollies" for a sum of £1,100

Deed of a piece of land on the south side of the Kings Road near Montague Street.  [no ref.]  1873

1 item

Contents:
[May be related to D/EX 823/1/1-4]. (1 doc.)

Conveyance from Thomas Micklem of the City of London, gent., to William Weedon of Reading, gent.  D/EX 823/4  [n.d.]

1 doc.

Contents:
A piece of land on the south side of the Kings Road having a frontage of 240 feet, 1873. (Simple marginal plan mentioning Montague Street in one of the abuttals).

Two assignments for Rev. William Palmer of Woolley Hall, White Waltham near Maidenhead of stocks  D/EX 826  1807-1808

3 documents

Assignment from Rev. William Palmer of Woolley Hall near Maidenhead [White Waltham parish] and others to Hugh Lindsay of Upper Charlotte Street, co. Middlesex  D/EX 826/1  1807

1 item

Contents:
The reversion of ¼ part of £3,000 stocks, standing in the names of George Hanbury Mitchell, John Nicoll and Thomas Fleming and of £1,666 18s. 10p. stocks standing in the same names.

Assignment between parties as in D/EX 826/1 of an annuity of £100 for the life of Rev. Palmer and a reversionary ¼ part of £7,380 stocks.  D/EX 826/2/1-2  1808

1 bdl.

Contents:
Also included declaration of trust by Hugh Lindsay to George H. Mitchell of Titchfield Lodge, co. Hants esq. as to the reversion of all stocks and money sums in deeds of appointment of 1807 and 1808. (2 items)

Account of expenses for a stay at the Bear Inn, Reading  D/EX 827  1832

1 item

Account of expenses for a stay of five nights at the Bear Inn, Reading.  D/EX 827/1  1832

1 item

Contents:
[Traveller's name unknown].

Deeds of Binfield in the 16th century Lambourn in the 17th century, and a Newbury apothecary's bill, 1796  D/EX 828  1582-1796

4 items

Binfield: Fines in the Manor Court of Cookham.  D/EX 828/1/1,2  1582,1587

1 bdl.

Contents:
D/EX 828/1/1 Between John Taylor (querent) and Richard Malthus gent. (deforciant) re. 16a. in Binfield in the jurisdiction of the manor. Deed endorsed in a later hand "Redhurst Ground".
D/EX 828/1/2 Between Richard Younge (querent) and John Westende and Johanna his wife (deforciants) re. 6a. of land in Binfield in the jurisdiction of the manor [otherwise unspecified].

Lambourn: Exemplification of a recovery between Thomas Radcliffe gent. and William Burges (demandants) and Leonard Tillott gent. and Jacob Heron gent. (tenants) re. 2 messuages, 1 windmill, 1 dovecote, 3 gardens, 40a. of land, 10a. of meadow, 3a. of pasture and 1a. of woodland in Lambourn and Chipping Lambourn. (seal missing).  D/EX 828/2  1635

1 item

Bill and receipt of G. Pocock esq. drawn to H. Sainsbury, apothecary of Newbury.  D/EX 828/3  1796

1 item

Miscellaneous printed items  D/EX 829  1944-1967

4 items

Programme for the British Empire Shakespeare Society (Reading Branch) production of 'As You Like It', presented by Earley Circle at Woodhouse, Brimpton.  D/EX 829/1  1955

1 doc.

Report [printed] by the Director of Education on education in Berkshire.  D/EX 829/2  1964-1967

1 doc.

Contents:
(103 pages)

Berkshire County Council Development Plan for primary and secondary schools under the Education Act 1944.  D/EX 829/3  1946

1 doc.

Borough of Newbury Abstract of Accounts for the year ended 31st March 1965 [printed].  D/EX 829/4  1964-1965

1 doc.

Contents:
(69 pages).

Photograph of a military parade in Reading  D/EX 831  c1939-1945

1 item

Photograph of a parade of a Women's army corps in Friar Street, Reading.  D/EX 831/1  [c.1939-1945]

1 item

Contents:
[The photograph is undated, but was taken for the Reading Mercury, apparently during the Second World War].

Minutes of the Windsor Divisional Labour Party  D/EX 832  1921-1958

(approx. 0.3 metres)

Minutes of the General and Executive Committees, December 1921 - Feb. 1929, with minutes of a meeting in July [?1929] loose at back.  D/EX 832/1  1921-1929

1 vol.; 1 paper

Minutes of the General and Executive Committees, August 1929 - November 1938.  D/EX 832/2  1929-1938

1 vol.

Minutes of the General and Executive Committees, December 1938 - February 1946.  D/EX 832/3  1938-1946

1 vol.

Minutes of the General and Executive Committees, March 1946 - January 1949.  D/EX 832/4  1946-1949

1 vol.

Minutes of the General and Executive Committees, February 1949 - May 1952  D/EX 832/5  1949-1952

1 vol.

Minutes of the General and Executive Committees, June 1952 - January 1958.  D/EX 832/6  1952-1958

1 vol.

Minutes of the General and Executive Committees, June 1966 - November 1970.  D/EX 832/7  1966-1970

1 file

Minutes of the General and Executive Committees, November 1969 - December 1970. [Some duplication with D/EX 832/7, above].  D/EX 832/8  1969-1970

1 bdl.

Minutes of the General and Executive Committees, February 1971 - December 1972.  D/EX 832/9  1971-1972

1 file

Copies of standing orders.  D/EX 832/10/1,2  [1921-1958]

1 bdl.

Contents:
[Formerly loose in minute books, D/EX 832/1,6). (2 docs.)

Minutes of the Windsor Local Labour Party  D/EX 833  1925-1980

Minutes of the General Committee and of annual general meetings, March 1925 - Jan. 1937.  D/EX 833/1  1925-1937

1 vol

Loose papers from above, including, statements of accounts, 1936-1937.  D/EX 833/1A/1-6  1925-1937

1 bdl

Minutes of the General Committee and of annual general meetings, February 1937 - November 1946.  D/EX 833/2  1937-1946

1 vol

Statements of account, 1937-1944; secretary's annual report, 1937-1939, 1941-1943; and other papers including a report of a special committee on the Municipal Election, 1946.  D/EX 833/2A/1-18  1937-1946

1 bdl

Minutes of general meetings of the local party, July 1968 - October 1971, and of the general management committee, February - October 1972.  D/EX 833/3  1968-1972

1 vol

Minutes of the executive committee, May 1968 - February 1978, and (at back) of annual general meetings 1968-1977.  D/EX 833/4  1968-1978

1 vol

Minutes of Windsor Borough Council Labour Group.  D/EX 833/5  1953-1963

1 vol

Loose papers from above, relating to meetings in January 1954, March and May 1958, and February 1960; correspondence, 1963; Labour Party pamphlet on 'Labour Groups on Local Authorities, n.d.  D/EX 833/5A/1-7  1954-1963

1 bdl

Minutes of meetings of the Clewer South Ward Association, February 1939- March 1950.  D/EX 833/6  1939-1950

1 vol

Annual reports of the hon secretary to the AGM, [1949], 1951; loudspeaker equipment account, 1949. (3 docs.). [Formerly loose in D/EX 833/6].  D/EX 833/6A/1-3  1949-1951

1 bdl

Minutes of meetings of the Women's Section, August 1931-January 1945, and (at back) minutes of committee meetings, AGMs, and reports to the general committee, August 1931-March 1940.  D/EX 833/7  1931-1940

1 vol

Labour Party booklet on 'Women's Sections: their constitution and activities'.  D/EX 833/7A/1  20th century

1 booklet

Contents:
Formerly loose in D/EX 833/7

Minutes of meetings of the Women's Section, December 1971-November 1980.  D/EX 833/8  1971-1980

1 vol

Windsor Labour Party Prospectus, 1945; Newsletters, 1946-1985; and election addresses, 1938-1983.  D/EX 834  1938-1983

8 bundles

Newsletters  [no ref.]  1946-1985

Progress, Windsor Divisional Labour Party newsletter.  D/EX 834/1/1-64  1946-1952

1 bdl

Contents:
(Published approximately monthly between September 1946 and September 1952, this was an eight page printed newsletter. Illustrated.)

Progress (new series), the quarterly journal of the Windsor and Maidenhead Labour Party.  D/EX 834/2/1-32  1974-1985

1 bdl

Contents:
Illustrated.
(Published from July 1974. 32 issues.)

Prospectus  [no ref.]  [1945]

Your Windsor - printed prospectus of Windsor Labour Party, prepared for the local elections 1945.  D/EX 834/3  [1945]

1 booklet

Election Addresses  [no ref.]  1938-1983

Labour Party election addresses, municipal elections, 1938, 1945-1972.  D/EX 834/4/1-34  1938-1972

1 bdl

Contents:
[Undated papers have been dated in pencil by the depositor.]

Miscellaneous Labour Party election leaflets, mainly directed at Council tenants.  D/EX 834/5/1-16  [c.1950-c.1960]

1 bdl

Contents:
(Mostly undated, c.1950-1960.)

Labour Party election addresses, District Council elections [1973, 1976].  D/EX 834/6/1,2  [1973, 1976]

1 bdl

Contents:
[Dates supplied by depositor.]

Labour Party election addresses, County Council elections, 1946-1981.  D/EX 834/7/1-9  1946-1981

1 bdl.

Labour Party election addresses, Parliamentary elections (Windsor, and Windsor and Maidenhead constituencies), 1945-1983.  D/EX 834/8/1-11  1945-1983

1 bdl

Contents:
[1951 missing.]

Sale particulars of properties in Winkfield, Hurst and Newbury  D/EX 835  1984-1985

4 items

Brockhill House, Winkfield Row. (House and 31 acres of grounds, with cottages and outbuildings).  D/EX 835/1/1,2  1984

1 bdl.

Contents:
D/EX 835/1/1 Preliminary particulars. (With illustrations). (4pp., stapled).
D/EX 835/1/2 Final particulars. (With illustrations and plans). (1 booklet).

Pool House, Hurst (near Twyford). (House and 4 acres of grounds).  D/EX 835/2  [1985]

1 doc.

Contents:
(With illustration). (3pp., stapled).

Yew Tree Farm, Penwood, Highclere, Hampshire. (House, cottage and 4 acres).  D/EX 835/3  1985

1 doc.

Contents:
(Illustrated). (4pp. in wallet).

Finchampstead parish magazines  D/EX 837  1967-2002

36 bdls


Related information: D/EX 1630 for Copies of Finchampstead parish magazines, 1887-1921.

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/1/1-12  1967

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/2/1-12  1968

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/3/1-12  1969

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/4/1-12  1970

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/5/1-12  1971

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/6/1-12  1972

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/7/1-12  1973

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/8/1-12  1974

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/9/1-12  1975

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/10/1-12  1976

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/11/1-12  1977

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/12/1-12  1978

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/13/1-12  1979

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/14/1-12  1980

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/15/1-12  1981

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/16/1-12  1982

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/17/1-12  1983

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/18/1-12  1984

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/19/1-12  1985

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/20/1-12  1986

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/21/1-12  1987

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/22/1-12  1988

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/23/1-12  1989

1 bdl

Parish magazines  D/EX 837/24/1-12  1990

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/25/1-12  1991

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/26/1-12  1992

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/27/1-12  1993

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/28/1-12  1994

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/29/1-12  1995

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/30/1-12  1996

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/31/1-12  1997

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/32/1-12  1998

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/33/1-12  1999

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/34/1-12  2000

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/35/1-12  2001

1 bdl

Parish magazines.  D/EX 837/36/1-12  2002

1 bdl

Illustrated history of the Queen's Oak Inn, Finchampstead  D/EX 838  1975

1 file

Brief account of the history of the Queen's Oak Inn, illustrated with original photographs.  D/EX 838/1  1975

1 file

Contents:
[Prepared by members of Finchampstead Women's Institute].

Register of electors in Woodley  D/EX 839  1842

1 doc.

List of persons entitled to vote in Parliamentary elections in respect of property in the Liberty of Woodley and Sandford.  D/EX 839/1  1842

1 item

Sale Catalogue for the Pidnell Estate, Faringdon  D/EX 840  1923

1 doc.

Sale catalogue for the Pidnell Estate, Faringdon, Berkshire.  D/EX 840/1  20 Feb. 1923

1 item

Contents:
Freehold estate comprising:
Tudor Farm, Great Faringdon: small holding with residence, outbuildings, cottage and 68 acres.
Pidnell, Great Faringdon ("The Royal Prize Farm"): farm with residence, farm buildings, a pair of cottages and 241 acres.
Hatton Farm, Great Faringdon: "grass holding", with farmhouse, farm buildings and 70 acres pasture.
Camden Farm, Great Faringdon: "attractive grass holding", with farm-house, farm buildings, two cottages and 256 acres.
61 acre grass field in Great Faringdon.
Smokedown Farm, Great Faringdon: dairy holding with farmhouse, farm buildings, 9 cottages and 317 acres.
37 acres arable land in Great Faringdon.
11 acres "fertile Thames Meadow" in Great Faringdon.
42 acres "valuable Thames Meadow" in Great Faringdon.
43 acres "valuable Thames Meadow" in Great Faringdon
54 acres "valuable Thames Meadow" in Great Faringdon.
Haremoor Farm, Great Faringdon: agricultural holding "of some importance", with farmhouse, farm buildings, 4 cottages and 447 acres.
4 cottages with gardens, in a block known as Lodman Villas, Littleworth.
2 cottages with gardens in Littleworth parish.
Thrupp Turn Cottages, Great Faringdon: 2 cottages "recently built", with gardens.
Camden Cottages, Great Faringdon: 2 cottages with gardens.
Photographs of:
Tudor Farm;
"The Type of Cottages" [Thrupp Turn Cottages];
Pidnell;
Smokedown Farm.
Plan

Deeds of Bath Place, Reading  D/EX 841  1802-1900

1 bdl.

Deeds of Bath Place, Bath Road, Reading.  D/EX 841/1/1-23  1802-1900

1 bdl.

Contents:
(Include attested copy of conveyance of the manor of Coley, 1802 (D/EX 841/1/2). Deeds of 1815 (D/EX 841/1/12), 1829 (D/EX 841/1/16) and 1844 (D/EX 841/1/17) include schedules of fixtures and fittings; that of 1815 also includes reference to the former use of the premises by the Misses Ann Jemima Huntly and Esther Mather as a 'Boarding School for Young Ladies'. Also includes a copy of the will of Thomas Jesse of Castle Hill House, Reading, 1878 (D/EX 841/1/21).) (34 docs.)

Drawings of St. Peter's Church, Earley, 1843 and St. John Baptist's Church, Padworth, 1826.  D/EX 842  1826, 1843

Pencil drawing of St. Peter's Church, Earley, from [ritual] south-west by John Turner, architect. (Includes ground plan and sketch of interior).  D/EX 842/1  1843

1 item

Pencil drawing of Padworth Church from [ritual] south-east.  D/EX 842/2  1826

1 item

Account book (cover only) of a customer of Howard Roberts, Grocer, of Eton, n.d.  D/EX 843  [early 20th cent.]

1 doc.

Account book of Mrs Darwin of Eton, in account with Howard Roberts, Ltd., Grocers and Provision Merchants, of High Street, Eton.  D/EX 843/1  [early 20th cent.]

1 vol.

Contents:
(The volume now consists of cover and blank pages only, all the pages of accounts having been torn out).

Print of William, Lord Knollys, and petition to him  D/EX 844  1615

2 docs.

Print of and petition to William, Lord Knollys.  D/EX 844/1/1,2  1615

1 bdl.

Contents:
D/EX 844/1/1 Portrait print of William Lord Knollys, with his seal and autograph, n.d.
D/EX 844/1/2 Petition of the coheirs of William Hunter, deceased, to Lord Knollys, Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries, concerning the inheritance of property (unspecified), 1615.

Printed Inclosure Acts for various Berkshire parishes  D/EX 845  1801-1841

29 items

An Act for dividing, allotting and laying in Severalty, the Open and Common Fields, Common Meadows, Common Pastures, Downs, and other Commonable and Waste Lands, situate, lying, and being in the part of the Parish of East Hendred which is in the Hundred of Wantage, in the County of Berks, called Westmanside, except such Part of the said Common Meadows as lieth in the Meadow called Fox Mead or Ardington Mead. 41 George III. Cap 48.  D/EX 845/1  1801

1 item

An Act for enclosing Lands in the Parish of Hurst, in the Counties of Berks and Wilts. 47 George III. Cap 106.  D/EX 845/2  1807

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Township or Hamlet of Chieveley, in the manor and Parish of Chieveley, in the County of Berks. 50 George III. Cap 9.  D/EX 845/3  1810

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parishes of Enborne, Hamstead Marshall, Inkpen and Kintbury, in the County of Berks. 50 George III. Cap 118.  D/EX 845/4  1810

1 item

An Act for allotting and inclosing Lands in the Parish of Brightwell, in the County of Berks. 51 George III. Cap 83.  D/EX 845/5  1811

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Woolhampton, and other Parishes and Places therein mentioned, in the County of Berks. 51 George III. Cap 100.  D/EX 845/6  1811

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Tilehurst, in the County of Berks. 51 George III. Cap 141.  D/EX 845/7  1811

1 item

An Act for inclosing several Open and Common Fields, Meadows, Pastures, and other Commonable and Waste Lands in the Several Parishes of Beenham and Padworth, in Berks. 51 George III. Cap 142.  D/EX 845/8  1811

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Drayton, in the County of Berks. 51 George III. Cap 217.  D/EX 845/9  1811

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands within the Manor and Parish of Great Shefford otherwise West Shefford, in the County of Berks. 52 George III. Cap 66.  D/EX 845/10  1812

1 item

An Act for vesting in his majesty, His Heirs and successors, certain lands or Grounds, formerly part of the Wastes of the manor of Sandhurst, in the county of Berks, freed and discharged of commonable and other rights. 52 George III. Cap 124.  D/EX 845/11  1812

1 item

An Act for vesting in his majesty certain Parts of Windsor Forest, in the county of Berks; and for inclosing the Open Commonable Lands within the said Forest. 53 George III. Cap 158.  D/EX 845/12  1813

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Bray, in the County of Berks. 54 George III. Cap 34.  D/EX 845/13  1814

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Streatley, in the County of Berks. 54 George III. Cap 95.  D/EX 845/14  1814

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Boxford, in the County of Berks. 54 George III. Cap 149.  D/EX 845/15  1814

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Cumnor and in the Chapelry of South Hinksey, in the County of Berks. 54 George III. Cap 150.  D/EX 845/16  1814

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Cumnor and in the Chapelry of South Hinksey, in the Coundty of Berks. 54 George III. Cap 150. [Copy of D/EX 845/16]  D/EX 845/17  1814

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parishes of Wargrave and Warfield, in the County of Berks. 54 George III. Cap 164.  D/EX 845/18  1814

1 item

An Act to amend an Act of the Fifty-third Year of His present Majesty, for vesting in his Majesty certain Parts of Windsor Forest, in the County of Berks; and for inclosing the Open Commonable Lands within the said Forest. 55 George III. Cap 122.  D/EX 845/19  1815

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Sandhurst, in the County of Berks. 55 George III. Cap 71.  D/EX 845/20  1815

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Sonning, in the Counties of Berks and Oxford. 56 George III. Cap 36.  D/EX 845/21  1816

1 item

An Act for enlarging the Time for making the Award respecting His Majesty's Allotments under an Act of the Fifty-third Year of His present Majesty, for inclosing Windsor Forest; and for extending the Provisions of the said Act. 56 George III. Cap 132.  D/EX 845/22  1816

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands within the Manor and Parish of Easthampstead, in the County of Berks. 2 George IV. Cap 32.  D/EX 845/23  1821

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Ruscombe in the County of Berks. 8 George IV. Cap 19.  D/EX 845/24  1827

1 item

An Act for extending and enlarging the Powers of an Act of the Forty-ninth Year of His late Majesty, for inclosing Lands in the Manor and Parish of Englefield in the County of Berks. 8 George IV. Cap 38.  D/EX 845/25  1827

1 item

An Act for dividing, allotting, and laying in severalty Lands in the Parish of Appleton in the County of Berks. 9 George IV. Cap 17.  D/EX 845/26  1828

1 item

An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of Hagbourne otherwise East Hagbourne in the County of Berks. 3 Victoria. Cap 4.  D/EX 845/27  1840

1 item

An Act for inclosing and improving Lands in the Parishes of Saint Helen and Saint Nicholas, Abingdon, in the County of Berks. 5 Victoria. Cap 21.  D/EX 845/28  1841

1 item

Enclosure Award Extract, for the parish of Cumnor and the Chapelry of South Hinksey. 7th April 1820.  D/EX 845/29  1955

1 item

Beenham Local Defence Committee: War Book and miscellaneous papers  D/EX 847  1938-1944

19 items

Records of the Beenham Local Defence Committee, 1942-1944  [no ref.]  1938-1944

1 bdl.

Contents:
Including War Book, correspondence and other papers. Also includes printed instruction pamphlets 1938-1939. (19 items)

War book.  D/EX 847/1/1  c.1942

1 file

Contents:
(Includes list of members of Local Defence Committee, local arrangements for services and supplies, and plan of village

Poster announcing the formation of a Local Defence Committee  D/EX 847/1/2  c.1942

1 doc.

Correspondence  D/EX 847/1/3-9  1942-1944

7 items

Contents:
Including printed government circulars. Letter from W.H. Jagger of March 1942 (1/3) details arrangements made at the first meeting of the committee.

List of questions [to be raised at a committee meeting?], n.d.  D/EX 847/1/10  1940s

1 item

Civilian iron rations demands and consignment notes, 1944 and undated.  D/EX 847/1/11-15  c1944

5 items

Civil defence instruction leaflet on 'Fire Precautions in Wartime'  D/EX 847/1/16  1939

1 item

Civil Defence Instruction leaflet on 'Your Gas Mask' and 'Masking Your Windows'  D/EX 847/1/17  1939

1 item

List of battle drill commands, n.d.  D/EX 847/1/18  1940s

1 item

Borough of St. Marylebone instruction booklet on Air Raid Precautions  D/EX 847/1/19  1938

1 booklet

Miscellaneous photographs of Finchampstead Church, Avington village and the tollhouse at Halfway (Welford)  D/EX 848  20th century

5 items

Photographs of Finchampstead Church  D/EX 848/1/1-3  20th century

1 bdl.

Contents:
D/EX 848/1/1 Priest's door (dated 1590)
D/EX 848/1/2 Alms box
D/EX 848/1/3 Another copy of D/EX 848/2.
[Photographs by W. Whiffin. Date unknown]

Photograph of Avington village, showing the well.  D/EX 848/2  20th century

1 item

Photograph of a tollhouse near Halfway (in Welford) on the Bath Road between Newbury and Hungerford.  D/EX 848/3  20th century

1 item

Photographs of Windsor Castle  D/EX 849  20th century

2 items

Photographs of Windsor Castle  D/EX 849/1/1,2  20th century

1 bdl.

Contents:
D/EX 848/1/1 St. George's Chapel.
D/EX 848/1/2 Round Tower and St. George's Chapel.

Records of the Reading Industrial Music Club  D/EX 850  1946-1950

7 files

Source of acquisition: Transferred by the Arts Council in May 1986 (acc. 3820)


Contents:
The Reading Industrial Music Club was one of a number of such clubs promoted by the Arts Council of Great Britain immediately after the war to continue the work of the war-time concerts promoted by the Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts (CEMA) and the Entertainments National Service Association (ENSA). A brief note on the background to the scheme will be found in D/EX 850/7.

Autumn 1946 season: organisation of events - correspondence, minutes and programmes. Jan. - Oct. 1946. [Former reference: ACGB/R1].  D/EX 850/1  1946

1 file

Spring 1947 season: organisation of events - correspondence and programmes. October 1946 - May 1947. [Former reference: ACGB/R2].  D/EX 850/2  1946-1947

1 file

Autumn 1947 season: organisation of events - correspondence and programmes. June - December 1947. [Former reference: ACGB/R3].  D/EX 850/3  1947

1 file

Spring 1948 season: organisation of events - correspondence and programmes. September 1947 - June 1948. [Former reference ACGB/R4].  D/EX 850/4  1947-1948

1 file

Autumn 1948/Spring 1949 seasons: organisation of events - correspondence and programmes. April 1948 - June 1949. [Former reference: ACGB/R5].  D/EX 850/5  1948-1949

1 file

Autumn 1949/Spring 1950 seasons: organisation of events - correspondence and programmes. Includes loose a poster for one concert. July 1949 - October 1950. [Former reference: ACGB/R6].  D/EX 850/6  1949-1950

1 file

Introductory notes on the Industrial Music Clubs Scheme, with bibliography, list of files 1-6 above, and note of location (as at 1986) of files of Industrial Music Clubs in England. [Compiled by the Arts Council, n.d.].  D/EX 850/7  [1986]

1 file

Apprenticeship indenture of Elizabeth Treacher of Sonning  D/EX 851  1712

1 doc.

Indenture of apprenticeship (by churchwardens and overseers) of Elizabeth Treacher of Sonning, a pauper child, to Humphry Ball of Sonning, to learn 'the art of Hussifry' [i.e. housewifery].  D/EX 851/1  1712

1 item

Survey of Radley manor  D/EX 852  1633

1 vol

Detailed survey of Radley manor.  D/EX 852/1  1633

1 vol

Conditions of access: Not to be produced

Copies information: photocopy, T/A 57, or transcript, T/B 23.



Related information: [For additional records of the manor, 1511-1560, 1663-1669, see D/EP 1 M6, 8-16.]

Contents:
(Includes detailed terrier of holdings in the common fields, "lammas grounds" and meadows, arranged by field and furlong, including names of all holders of land; and survey of copyhold, leasehold and freehold property of the manor, each arranged by tenant or owner.)

Records of Waltham St. Lawrence band  D/EX 853  1945-1973

1 box

Minutes of meetings of members of the band, 1945-1946, and notes of a meeting in 1953  D/EX 853/1  1945-1953

1 vol.

Contents:
(Including lists of members and notes of engagements, 1953).

Minutes of annual general meetings and committee meetings of the band, 1957-1972.  D/EX 853/2  1957-1972

1 vol.

Contents:
A copy of the rules of the band is pasted inside the front of the volume.

Minutes of committee meetings of the women's section, 1958-1968; (at end, reversed): minutes of general meetings of the women's section, 1960-1962.  D/EX 853/3  1958-1968

1 vol.

Cash book (receipts and expenditure), 1924-1950 (accounts 1946-1950 are at end, reversed).  D/EX 853/4  1924-1950

1 vol.

Contents:
Includes list of names and addresses of members, 1946.

List of band members (names and addresses, n.d.) followed by register of instruments and uniform borrowed and returned, 1957-1973.  D/EX 853/5  1957-1973

1 vol.

Programmes of brass band concerts and competitions, 1958-1966 (23); coloured photograph and list of recordings of "Men O' Brass', n.d.; tune book for solo cornet ('The Khaki Book'), n.d. (25 items).  D/EX 853/6/1-25  1958-1966

1 bdl.

Records of Waltham St. Lawrence Band  D/EX 854  1908-1975

1 box

Minutes of annual meetings and committee meetings, 1908-1939.  D/EX 854/1  1908-1939

1 vol.

Contents:
Includes copy of rules approved 1908. [2 pages loose].

Minutes of annual general meetings and other meetings, 1946-1950.  D/EX 854/2  1946-1950

1 bdl.

Minutes of annual general meetings and other meetings, 1950-1957.  D/EX 854/3  1950-1957

1 vol.

[Damaged].

Contents:
Includes (at end) list of members, n.d.

Minutes of meetings 1963, 1965.  D/EX 854/4  1963-1965

1 vol.

Receipts and payments accounts.  D/EX 854/5  1957-1963

1 vol.

[Damaged].

Register of subscriptions paid.  D/EX 854/6  1958-1962

1 vol.

Specimen rules for a brass band, n.d. (3pp.); rules of the East Berks Reading Silver Bank, 1961 (2 copies); model rule relating to trustees, n.d. (4 docs.).  D/EX 854/7  c1961

1 bdl.

Bandsmen's contest record cards.  D/EX 854/8  1945-1961

1 bdl.

Contents:
(Cards supplied in connection with the Daily Herald Registry of Brass Bandsmen for members of bands competing in the National Brass Band Contests). (73 items).

Register of music loaned to bandsmen, 1955-1959; agenda for and notes of business meetings, 1961-1963; (at end:) list of members and people to be considered for membership, n.d.  D/EX 854/9  1955-1963

1 vol.

Rehearsal and engagement register, 1957-1960; (at end:) lists of members, instruments, uniforms and music, n.d.  D/EX 854/10  1957-1960

1 vol.

List of band music.  D/EX 854/11  n.d

1 note-book

Miscellaneous correspondence and loose papers, including newspaper cutting relating to the winding-up of the band. (7 items).  D/EX 854/12  1958-1965

1 bdl.

Concert programmes (4 items).  D/EX 854/13/1-4  1961-1975

1 bdl.

Miscellaneous documents relating to Bradfield and Ashampstead  D/EX 855  1740-20thC

1 bdl

Miscellaneous documents  [no ref.]  1740-20thC

1 bdl

Contents:
Relating to Bradfield and Ashampstead including genealogical table of the family of Samuel Thompson, 18thC, case and opinion on the issue and succession to the estates of Sir William Thompson of London, kt, 1768 and case and opinion on the issue of the sale of premises in Bradfield to Mr Stevens, 1755.

Estimate (detailed) for additional expenses which would be incurred in facing the outside of 'the building' with Burford Stone.  D/EX 855/1/1  18thC

1 doc

Contents:
[Building unspecified. Document endorsed: 'Great House? Extra expense for special material']

Genealogical table of the family of Samuel Thompson, (18thC), with notes on the title of unspecified property  D/EX 855/1/2  [post 1831]

1 doc

Case and opinion on the issue of succession to the estates of Sir William Thompson of London, Kt, comprising the manor or lordships of Bradfield and Ashampstead and other property in Bradfield and Hertfordshire  D/EX 855/1/3  1768

1 doc

Case and opinion on the issue of the sale of 3 farms (unspecified) in Bradfield to Mr Stevens  D/EX 855/1/4  1755

1 doc

Memorandum of agreement between Mr Stevens and Mr Blandy concerning the tithe of glebe at Bradfield and use of parsonage house  D/EX 855/1/5  1740

1 doc

Certified copy (typed) of a copy (1763) of a document dating from 1272 relating to the manor of Bradfield  D/EX 855/1/6  [20thC]

1 doc

Charity Commission order for the regulation of the following Bradfield parochial charities  D/EX 855/1/7  1885

1 doc

Contents:
Fuel charity, poor's land charity and the charities of John Pearce, James Loveday, John Butler, Stephen Wilson and Frances Oliver

Typed transcipts of the tombstone inscriptions of the Rev John Connop (d 1864) and family, of Bradfield Hall; William Smith (d 1805) and family of Bradfield House; William Boulger (d 1825) and family, of Bradfield House  D/EX 855/1/8  [20thC]

1 doc

Typed copy of an agreement (1638) between Edward Stafford and the freeholders of the manor of Bradfield relating to Southend Common  D/EX 855/1/9  [20thC]

1 doc

Typed extract from The Parish Church by E A Greening Lamborn (O.U.P. 1929) relating to the use of brick in church building  D/EX 855/1/10  [20thC]

1 doc

Thatcham Women's Voluntary Service accounts, 1940-1945, and other papers, c. 1940-1948.  D/EX 856  1940-1948

2 vols, 2 bdls

Thatcham Women's Voluntary Service: accounts.  D/EX 856/1  1940-1945

1 vol

Women's Voluntary Services: printed report covering the years 1938-1948.  D/EX 856/2  1948

1 vol

Card and booklet issued by the Army Blood Transfusion Service as an acknowledgment to blood donors.  D/EX 856/3/1-2  [c. 1940-1945]

1 bdl

Contents:
[The booklet includes illustrations relating to the work of the Service.] (2 docs).

Thatcham Women's Voluntary Service: annual report, 1941, along with miscellaneous newspaper cuttings, [from the Newbury Weekly News?] relating to the work of the service.  D/EX 856/4  [c. 1941-1943]

1 bdl

Deeds relating to the Chiltern Towers Estate, Wargrave  D/EX 857  1876-c. 1955

5 bdls.

Deeds relating to 3 parcels of land in Above Town Field, together with a newly-built tenement and other buildings, the estate being known as Hill Lands in 1896.  D/EX 857/1/1-5  1876-1896

1 bdl.

Contents:
All the documents include plans. (5 docs.)

Counterpart lease  D/EX 857/1/1  1876

1 doc.

Contents:
1. Robert Harrison Wake of Wargrave, farmer
2. Charles Crocker of Wargrave, Esq.
3 cottages, outbuildings and gardens at Bovetown, Wargrave.
Marginal plan
Rent: £48 pa
Term: 21 yrs

Lease and counterpart  D/EX 857/1/2-3  1887

2 docs.

Contents:
1. William Henry Hopkins of 41 Priory Road, Kilburn, Middx, gent; Thomas Hopkins of 44 Hamilton Terrace, St John's Wood, Middx, gent; Rev Thomas Daniel Hopkins, trustees under the will of William Lamb of Henley, Oxon.
2. Rev Albert Richard Pritchard of Wargrave.
3 parcels of land in Above Town Field, Wargrave, together with a newly-built tenement and other buildings.
Detailed description.
Marginal plan
Rent: £40 pa
Term: 99 yrs

Mortgage  D/EX 857/1/4  1890

1 doc.

Contents:
1. Rev A R Pritchard of Greenwood Lodge, Wargrave
2. Trustees of the National Provident Institution.
Property as in D/EX 857/1/2-3..
Detailed plan.
Consideration: £7500

Conveyance  D/EX 857/1/5  1896

1 doc.

Contents:
1. T Hopkins; T D Hopkyns; Charles Parsons Knight of Queens Road, St John's Wood, Middx, gent.
2. Trustees of the National Provident Insitution
3. Arthur Smither of 48 Gracechurch Street, City of London, Secretary of the National Provident Institution.
Property as in D/EX 857/1/2-3; now known as Hill Lands
Detailed plan.
Consideration: £1100

Deeds relating to Hill Lands, known as Chiltern Towers after 1918. D/EX 857/1/7-8, 10 include plans  D/EX 857/1/6-11  1897-1918

1 bdl.

Contents:
(6 docs.)

Duplicate Order for final foreclosure  D/EX 857/1/6  1897

1 doc.

Contents:
1. Trustees of the National Provident Insitution.
2. Rev A R Pritchard; Grace Murray, wife of Henry Leigh Murray; Adrienne Agnes Pritchard, wife of A R Pritchard.
Chancery action 1. v 2. arising out of non repayment of mortgage of 1890 (1/4). 2 debarred from all title to the property.

Lease and Counterpart  D/EX 857/1/7-8  1901

2 docs.

Contents:
1. Trustees of the National Provident Insitution.
2. Catherine MacGillivary of Temple Belwood, Belton, LIncs, Widow.
Property as in D/EX 857/1/5
Detailed Plan
Rent: £200 for 7 yrs, then
£225 for 7 yrs, then
£250 for 7 yrs
Term: 21 yrs

Requisitions on title; Drawn up prior to conveyance of 1918 (D/EX 857/1/10)  D/EX 857/1/9  1918

1 doc.

Conveyance  D/EX 857/1/10  1918

1 doc.

Contents:
1. The National Provident Institution.
2. Lilian Alexandra Holmes of Chiltern Towers, Wargrave, spinster
Property as in D/EX 857/1/2-3, now known as Chiltern Towers
Detailed plans
Consideration: £4400

Memorandum of charge  D/EX 857/1/11  1918

1 doc.

Contents:
1. L A Holmes.
2. Marie Louise Ford of 14 Burnaby Road Bournemouth, Hants.
Property as in D/EX 857/1/10
Consideration: £1000, subject to paid mortgage

Miscellaneous papers relating to Chiltern Towers, including abstract of title of 1930  D/EX 857/1/12-15  1918-1930

1 bdl.

Contents:
(4 docs.)

Papers relating to flat within Chiltern Towers (called Chiltern Manor in 1928)  D/EX 857/1/12-14  1918, 1928

3 docs.

Abstract of title; of the mortgagees of Miss L A Holmes to Chiltern Towers, 1890-1930, with plan  D/EX 857/1/15  1930

1 doc.

Miscellaneous papers, tenancy agreements and agreement for sale relating to the Chiltern Towers Estate  D/EX 857/1/16-26  1931-1935

1 bdl.

Contents:
(11 docs.)

Miscellaneous papers relating to the Chiltern Towers estate  D/EX 857/1/16-19  1931-1935

4 docs.

Tenancy Agreement and counterpart  D/EX 857/1/20-21  1930

2 docs.

Contents:
1. L A Holmes of Chiltern Towers, spinster.
2. Richard Brougham Denny of 2 Chiltern Towers Manor House, Wargrave.
Flat No 2 in Chiltern Towers Manor House
Rent: £57 pa
Term: 3 yrs

Tenancy Agreement  D/EX 857/1/22  1935

1 doc.

Contents:
1. L A Holmes.
2. Amy Loch of 2 Cayton Park Kennels, Warren Row.
Flat No 3 in Chiltern Manor House
Rent: £45 pa
Term: 1 yr

Tenancy Agreement  D/EX 857/1/23  1935

1 doc.

Contents:
1. L A Homes.
2. Burdett Browne of 13 Holybrook Road, Reading.
Flat No 1 in Chiltern Manor House
Rent: £50 pa
Term: 1 yr

Grant and Copy  D/EX 857/1/24-25  1935

2 docs.

Contents:
1. Charles Henry Barr Fryer
2. L A Homes
Right of use of a sewer
Plan
Consideration: 5/-

Sale Agreement  D/EX 857/1/26  1935

1 doc.

Contents:
1. L A Homes.
2. C H B Fryer of 'Thomas Mount', Wargrave, Company director.
Chiltern Towers estate
Purchase price: £6435

Miscellaneous papers relating to the Chiltern Towers Estate, including plan of the estate for sale as building plots (c.1955)  D/EX 857/1/27-32  1936-c.1955

1 bdl.

Contents:
(6 docs.)

Conveyance  D/EX 857/1/27  1936

1 doc.

Contents:
1. L A Holmes (vendor).
2. Cecil Thomas Chandless Chandless of Hill House, Lyndhurst, Hants (mortgagee).
3. C H B Fryer (Purchaser)
4. Victor Percy Vickerman of 'The Orchard' Wargrave, gent (sub-purchaser).
Parcels of land known as 'The Orchard', Wargrave.
Plan
Consideration: £550

Miscellaneous papers relating to Chiltern Manor House flats.  D/EX 857/1/28-30  1937-c.1940

3 docs.

Draft Abstract of title of C H B Fryer to the Chiltern Towers Estate.  D/EX 857/1/31  1955

1 doc.

Plan of the Chiltern Towers Estate, divided into plots for building. Possibly from sales particulars.  D/EX 857/1/32  [c.1955]

1 doc.

School certificates of Rose Lessimore of New Windsor, 1892-1894; photograph of a triumphal arch erected to celebrate Queen Victoria's birthday, 1899.  D/EX 858  1892-1899

4 items

School certificates presented to Rose Lessimore on achieving promotion to the second standard (1892) and the fourth standard (1894) after examination before Her Majesty's inspectors at Clewer St. Stephen's School, Windsor. (2 items)  D/EX 858/1/1,2  1892, 1894

1 bdl.

Certificate (illustrated) awarded to Rose Lessimore on her promotion to the third standard at Clewer St. Stephen School, Windsor.  D/EX 858/2  1893

1 doc.

Photograph of ceremonial arch erected as 'Windsor's Birthday Greeting to our Beloved Queen'.  D/EX 858/3  1899

1 doc.

Letters relating to the lease of Budds Meadows [Maidenhead]  D/EX 859  1816-1817

1 bdl.

Letters from William Piggott of Maidenhead (9) and H. Walter of Holylock (1) to Baker Horrell, Attorney at Law, Oxford, and one draft reply from Morrell to Piggott, concerning Piggott's lease of Budds Meadows [Maidenhead] from Dr. Winstanley.  D/EX 859/1/1-11  1816-1817

1 bdl.

Contents:
(Piggott's lease of Budds Meadows expired Michaelmas 1816 and he was seeking a renewal of the lease from Dr. Winstanley - preferably at a reduced rate because of the depressed agricultural situation. It appears that the area was in the process of being enclosed as the letter of 2 Aug. 1816 states that Piggott has been told that there was to be about 20 poles as allotment for Budds pastures. Letter from Walter to Morrell of 6 Nov. 1816 asks if Morrell was to make the fences for the allotments set out for Budds Meadow. Letter of 8 Nov. 1816 from Piggott to Morrell states that Walter has told him that the principal allotment for Budds pasture would be 2a.1r.25p. with 2 small pieces of frontage - one 39 poles and the other 8 poles and that the fencing for the 2a.1r.25p. is 51 rod for 39 pole, 32 rod for 8 pole 14 rod and that it was then time to do the fencing.
Bundle also includes draft reply of Morrell to Piggott of 21 Nov. 1816, that the new lease should be for a term of 7 years).

Thames Conservancy map of the catchment area of the River Thames  D/EX 860  1946

1 doc.

Map of the catchment area of the River Thames, showing main river and principal tributaries, divisional areas and drainage areas.  D/EX 860/1  1946

1 doc.

(Mounted and folded).

Contents:
Published by the Thames Conservancy, October 1946. Scale: 4 miles to 1 inch.

Sonning parish magazines, 1869-1874, 1877-1880.  D/EX 861  1869-1880

5 vols.

Contents:
(The magazine consists of two or three pages locally produced each month, bound up with the commercially published Parish Magazine, ed. J. Erskine Clarke).

Sonning parish magazine.  D/EX 861/1  1869-1870

1 vol.

Sonning parish magazine.  D/EX 861/2  1871-1872

1 vol.

Sonning parish magazine.  D/EX 861/3  1873-1874

1 vol.

Sonning parish magazine.  D/EX 861/4  1877-1878

1 vol.

Sonning parish magazine.  D/EX 861/5  1879-1880

1 vol.

Twyford and Ruscombe parish magazines  D/EX 862  1975-1979

5 bundles

Twyford and Ruscombe parish magazines.  D/EX 862/1/1-12  1975

1 bdl.

Contents:
(12 issues)

Twyford and Ruscombe parish magazines.  D/EX 862/2/1-12  1976

1 bdl.

Contents:
(12 issues)

Twyford and Ruscombe parish magazines.  D/EX 862/3/1-11  1977

1 bdl.

Contents:
(11 issues). [June issue missing].

Twyford and Ruscombe parish magazines.  D/EX 862/4/1-12  1978

1 bdl.

Contents:
(12 issues)

Twyford and Ruscombe parish magazines.  D/EX 862/5/1-3  1979

1 bdl.

Contents:
(3 issues, Jan. - March only).

Papers of Miss Bessie Florence Rogers  D/EX 863  1897-1928

Administrative history:
[Bessie Florence Rogers was born in 1882, the younger daughter of the headmaster of Bagshot Board School, Surrey. She became a pupil at her father's school and in 1897 distinguished herself by winning first prize in the class for scholars of the 5th Standard and over in an essay competition organised by the Surrey Times to celebrate Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee. Both Bessie Rogers and her sister trained as teachers. Bessie's certificates include two for successes in Board of Education examinations in 1904 and several others. She was admitted to the Royal Society of Teachers in 1915. Most of her working life was spent at St John's School, Caversham. She died in 1977.]

Contents:
Personal papers of Bessie Florence Rogers, 1897-1928, including certificates, newspaper cuttings, correspondence and photographs, mainly relating to her qualification as a teacher and career in Teddington and Caversham.

Papers relating to Bessie Rogers' entry in the Surrey Times essay competition on 'The Queen's Long Reign', 1897.  D/EX 863/1/1-4  1897

1 bdl.

Contents:
[Bessie Rogers won first prize in the class for scholars in the 5th Standard and over]. (9 docs.)
D/EX 863/1/1 Pages from an album of newspaper cuttings reporting the competition (4 pp.)
D/EX 863/1/2 Original prize winning essay (3 pp.)
D/EX 863/1/3, 4 Letters (2) from the editor of the Surrey Times enquiring what 'book or ...useful article... to the value of ten shillings and sixpence' she would like as a prize, and confirming that he would be sending her a desk according to her choice.

Certificates of attendance by Bessie F. Rogers at courses of instruction, 1901, 1908, 1924; of examination passes (2), 1904; and of admission to the Royal Society of Teachers, 1915, with a copy of her entry in the register of the Teachers Registration Council, 1915.  D/EX 863/2/1-7  1901-1924

1 bdl.

Testimonials from the headteacher at Caversham St. John's School, 1917, 1928.  D/EX 863/3/1,2  1917, 1928

1 bdl.

Letter from the Correspondent of the Victoria School, Teddington, Middlesex, returning 'your paper'.  D/EX 863/4  1926

1 doc.

Board of Education regulations for the Queen's Scholarship Examination 1901 (printed); Reading Education Committee Scale of Salaries for Assistant Teachers, 1909 (printed).  D/EX 863/5/1,2  1901, 1909

1 bdl.

Class photographs of 'Juniors 1' (boys) and 'Juniors 2' (girls)  D/EX 863/6/1,2  n.d

1 bdl.

Post-card size photographs of various class groups.  D/EX 863/7/1-10  c.1904-1925

1 bdl.

Contents:
(D/EX 863/7/7 shows a girls' class seated at desks in a classroom; the remainder are fdormal class groups. The following identifications are made from photographs or endorsements. 10 items)
D/EX 863/7/1 Victoria Infants School, Group 1 n.d. (Girls)
D/EX 863/7/2 Victoria Infants School, Group 2, 1904 (Boys)
D/EX 863/7/3 Unidentified, 1923 (Girls)
D/EX 863/7/4 Unidentified, 1923 (Boys)
D/EX 863/7/5 Unidentified, Standard II, 1924 (Mixed)
D/EX 863/7/6 Unidentified, 1925 (Mixed)
D/EX 863/7/7 St. John's, Standard II, 1929 (Girls)
D/EX 863/7/8 Unidentified, ?1908 (Mixed)
D/EX 863/7/9 Unidentified, n.d. (Mixed)
D/EX 863/7/10 Unidentified, n.d. (Mixed)

Official seller's badge for flag-days (Wounded Soldiers' Day, June 1915, and Russian Flag Day, Sept 1915).  D/EX 863/8/1,2  1915

1 bdl.

Letter to accompany the leaving present to Bessie Rogers from staff at Victoria Infants' School, Teddington  D/EX 863/9/1  1905

1 doc.

Certificate of 'Services rendered to the Nation and to the War Savings Movement during the Great War, 1914-1918' by Bessie Rogers as Secretary of St. John's School, Caversham Branch of the War Savings Association.  D/EX 863/10/1  1918

1 doc.

Waldron family wills  D/EX 864  1666-1739

3 items

Wills of members of the Waldron family of Lambourn. (3 items)  [no ref.]  1666-1739

1 bdl.

Probate of will (1664) of John Waldron the elder of Lambourn, yeoman  D/EX 864/1  1666

Contents:
Leaves ten shillings each to his son and daughter and furniture to his grandchildren.

Probate (office copy) of will (1667) of Robert Waldron of Lambourn, yeoman  D/EX 864/2  1667

Contents:
Leaves land and messuages in Lambourn to his son John Waldron and land on the east side of the foss to his son Robert Waldron and other land in Bockhampton to his wife Katharne and £300 to his daughter Katherine.

Probate of will (1736) of John Waldron of Lambourn, yeoman  D/EX 864/3  1739

Contents:
Leaves land and messuages in Lambourn to his wife Elizabeth for her lifetime and thereafter to his son Robert and lands in Bockhampton to his son William and land at Baydon to his son Joseph and £5 a year to his daughter Elizabeth wife of William Mott.

'Katesgrove Clarion', and other papers.  D/EX 865  1982-1983

11 items

'Katesgrove Clarion' (the newsletter of the Katesgrove Residents' Association, Reading), 1982-1983, and other printed papers.  D/EX 865/1/1-11  1982-1983

1 bdl.

'Fowler's Bottling Appliances': Catalogue  D/EX 866  1946

1 item

'Fowler's Bottling Appliances': illustrated catalogue.  D/EX 866/1  1946

1 booklet

Contents:
(Catalogue of bottles and accessories for fruit, vegetables, game etc. manufactured by Geo. Fowler, Lee and Co. Ltd. of Reading).

Booklets and reproductions of postcards of Long Wittenham, c.1877-1984.  D/EX 867  20th century

The Parish of Long Wittenham, 1800-1920, a Brief History, by Kathleen Burk Jewess. (Publ. by Wittenham Women's Institute, 1984).  D/EX 867/1  1984

1 booklet

The Pubs of Long Wittenham, by members of the Long Wittenham Local History Group. (Publ. by the Group, n.d.).  D/EX 867/2  20th century

1 booklet

Reproductions of postcards. (The dates given are of the original postcard, where known). (12 items)  D/EX 867/3/1-12  20th century

1 bdl.

Contents:
D/EX 867/3/1 The Cross, 1877
D/EX 867/3/2 Long Wittenham east end, c.1900
D/EX 867/3/3 The Three Poplars Inn, c. 1901-1911
D/EX 867/3/4 St. Mary's Church, 1903
D/EX 867/3/5 Charles Thame (shepherd) with his flock, c.1909
D/EX 867/3/6 The Cross, 1912
D/EX 867/3/7 Feast Day at the Cross, 1930
D/EX 867/3/8 Aerial view, c.1930
D/EX 867/3/9 St. Mary's Church: effigy of crusader, n.d.
D/EX 867/3/10 St. Mary's Church: font, n.d.
D/EX 867/3/11 St. Mary's Church: bench end, n.d.
D/EX 867/3/12 The Police House, n.d.

Sale particulars for Training Stables in East Ilsley, known as "Ilsley Downs"  D/EX 869  1893

1 bdl.

East Ilsley: sale particulars  D/EX 869/1/1-3  24 May 1893

1 bdl

Contents:
East Ilsley: "Ilsley Downs"
Freehold training establishment, comprising stabling forming 23 loose boxes; large open yard; cart shed; hay loft and approx. 1 acre paddock and garden. (Situated adjacent to the "far-famed" Ilsley Downs).
3 copies of document.

Leases of the Maidenhead Inn, High Street, Windsor, 1744-1771 papers relating to "Hurst", Cookham Dean, 1907-1942  D/EX 870  1744-1942

3 bdls

Lease  D/EX 870/1/1  1744

Contents:
From the Dean and Canons of St. George's Chapel, Windsor to Elizabeth Ason of New Windsor executrix of the will of Henry Ason of New Windsor, gent. her late father
Of the Maidenhead Inn, Windsor High Street
For a term of 40 years
At a rent of 2 shillings quit rents, and 48 shillings p.a. and 2 couple of capons or 10 shillings.

Lease  D/EX 870/1/2  1771

Contents:
From the Dean and Canons of Windsor to Richard Seaward of New Windsor, baker
Of the inn called the Maidenhead in the High Street of New Windsor
For a term of 40 years
At a rent of 48 shillings p.a. and 2 couple of capons or 10 shillings and 2 shillings quit rent

Correspondence specifications, estimates, reports, bills and receipts, sale catalogues, plans and drawings relating to additions and alterations to "Hurst", a property in Cookham Dean.  D/EX 870/2/1-159  1907-1942

1 bdl

Contents:
Includes details on the purchase of the property and surrounding land, along with furniture and fittings, by Lord Meston.
(159 docs.)

[no title]  D/EX 870/3/1-190  1927-1937

1 bdl

Contents:
Correspondence, bills and receipts, plans and other papers relating to additions and alterations to "Hurst", Cookham Dean.
(190 docs.)

Copy will of Robert Butler of Wantage, 1747; letter of J.C.J. Pye of Westminster to the Abingdon Committee about bills, 1784.  D/EX 871  18th century

2 docs.

Copy (undated) of the will, 1747, of Robert Butler of Wantage.  D/EX 871/1  18th century

1 doc.

Letter from J.C.J. Pye, Parliament Street [Westminster] to an unknown correspondent  D/EX 871/2  1784

1 doc.

Contents:
Requesting an account of 'the Reading & Wokingham Bills' which have been sent to the Abingdon Committee, to enable him to complete his accounts.

Two 18th century agreements relating to Faringdon  D/EX 874  1711

Memorandum and agreement relating to the surrender of new stables in Faringdon.  [no ref.]  1711

1 bdl.

Contents:
(2 docs.)

Agreement by Richard Abell citizen and haberdasher of London  D/EX 874/1/1  1711

1 doc.

Contents:
To discharge Richard Stibbs of Great Faringdon the executor of Jane Stibbs late of Faringdon widow, deceased, from the payment of a legacy of £40 to John Abell the cousin of R.A. if the latter shall not reach the age of 25 years and that if John Abell shall not execute to Richard Stibbs an indenture of release within 20 days now next coming that then R.A. will surrender back to Richard Stibbs a copyhold estate within the manor of Great Faringdon [otherwise unspecified] which Richard Stibbs has this day surrendered to the use of R.A.

Memorandum by Richard Stibbs  D/EX 874/1/2  1711

1 doc.

Contents:
In consideration of £60 comprising £20 and £40 legacy left by the late mother of R.S., he has surrendered new stables, chambers and garretts over them to his cousin John Abell; and for which his brother Richard Abell has undertaken to get a release from J.A. when he becomes 25 years old; and if J.A. should die before then, then R.A. should pay back the £40 with interest and also that the cousin of Richard Stibbs (J.A.) shall seal to R.S. the release within 20 days or if he shall repay the £20 that then he or his heirs should surrender all the new stables and premises back to Richard Stibbs

Milton Hill Estate: sale catalogue  D/EX 878  1912

1 doc.

The Milton Hill Estate: sale catalogue  D/EX 878/1  1912

Contents:
Well appointed residence, with 2 entrance lodges, good stabling and garage, a modern set of hunting kennels, and a capital home farm; grandly timbered grounds and park, and all the appurtenances of a country seat.
261 acres of land
Photographs of: house and grounds; house (close up); carriage drive; West Lodge; 3 interiors of the house; pleasure grounds and park; Italian garden; Owl Cottage; the woodland walk.

Circuit plans and directories of various Berkshire Methodist Circuits  D/EX 880  1968-1988

9 bundles

Slough Circuit  [no ref. or date]

Circuit plans, Oct. - Dec. 1976, April 1979 - August 1986.  D/EX 880/1/1-31  1976, 1979-1986

1 bdl.

Circuit directories, 1981/82, 1986.  D/EX 880/2/1,2  1981, 1986

1 bdl.

Windsor and Maidenhead Circuit  [no ref. or date]

Circuit plans, May - July 1981, May - August 1986.  D/EX 880/3/1,2  1981, 1986

1 bdl.

Thames Valley Circuit  [no ref. or date]

Circuit plans, September 1986 - March 1987  D/EX 880/4/1-3  1986-1987

1 bdl.

Contents:
And illustrated leaflet containing pictures and location plans of the churches in the circuit. (Photocopy)

Newbury Circuit  [no ref. or date]

Circuit plan, May - August 1968.  D/EX 880/5/1  1968

1 doc.

Newbury and Hungerford Circuit  [no ref. or date]

Circuit plans, August 1976 - July 1981.  D/EX 880/6/1-10  1976-1981

1 bdl.

Contents:
(Incomplete set, comprising Aug 1976 - Jan 1978, Nov 1979 - Jan 1980, May - July 1980, Feb - July 1981).

Reading Circuit  [no ref. or date]

Circuit plans, Mar 1970 - Aug 1981.  D/EX 880/7/1-7  1970-1981

1 bdl.

Contents:
(Incomplete set, comprising: Mar - May 1970, Sept - Nov 1972, Sept - Nov 1973, June - Aug 1975, June 1976 - Aug 1977, Dec 1977 - Feb 1978, March - Nov 1979, Mar - Aug 1980, Mar - Aug 1981).

Silchester Circuit  [no ref. or date]

Circuit plans, Jan - Apr 1970, July - Oct 1970, May - July 1981.  D/EX 880/8/1-3  1970, 1981

1 bdl.

Thames Valley Circuit  [no ref. or date]

Circuit plans, Mar 1987 - Feb 1988.  D/EX 880/9/1-4  1987-1988

1 bdl.

Publicity brochure for the new Courage Brewery at Worton Grange, Reading  D/EX 883  [c.1975]

1 item

Illustrated publicity brochure for the proposed new brewery to be built by Courage Ltd at Worton Grange, Reading.  D/EX 883/1  [c.1975]

1 doc.

Contents:
(Includes site plans and photographs of models. The brochure was produced in conjunction with a public exhibition).

Copy of a plan of an estate in Basildon 1769, with a copy of a twentieth century Ordnance Survey map of the same area.  D/EX 884  1979

1 roll

Copy of a plan of an estate around Blandy's farm, Upper Basildon, 1769 with a copy of a twentieth century Ordnance Survey map of the same area.  D/EX 884/1  1979

1 roll

Contents:
The copy of the estate plan was made by R. G. Greenaway in 1979 from a plan in the possession of Lord Iliffe of Yattendon. The original plan was drawn by E. Dore in 1769.

Binfield: survey of the village plan  D/EX 885  1979

1 file

Binfield Parish Council: survey of Village Plan 1979  D/EX 885/1  1979

1 file

Contents:
(Review by the parish council of Berkshire County Council's Village Plan for Binfield, 1973). (Copy. 1 doc. 26pp.)

Oil painting of the downs at Pangbourne, 1929; drawing of the Seven Barrows, Lambourn, 1955  D/EX 886  1929, 1955

2 items

'Evening on the Pangbourne Hills'  D/EX 886/1  1929

1 item

(On board, 14"x10")

Contents:
Painting in oils endorsed 'From study painted on Whitsun 1929 Camping Trip'

'Some of the Seven Barrows N.E. of Newbury' [i.e. at Lambourn]  D/EX 886/2  1955

1 item

(Paper, 7"x4½")

Contents:
Pencil sketch, 'drawn on the White Horse Day, Whit Monday 1955'

Map of Frilsham and Eling Manors, in Frilsham, Hampstead Norreys and Bucklebury; an estate at Everington in Yattendon; and a farm at Cold Ash, Thatcham  D/EX 887  1768

Contents:
[The estate was purchased in 1764 by George Amyand, esq (later Sir George Amyand, 1st bart). See D/EFL T10 for the conveyance, including a schedule of property and tenants. This map was made for his son and heir, Sir George Amyand (later Cornewall). Sir George Amyand sold the estates in 1800.]

Map (described as a "Survey") of Frilsham manor, in Frilsham; Eling manor, in Hampstead Norreys; an estate at Everington in Yattendon; and a farm [Highfield House] at Cold Ash in Thatcham, surveyed by I.L. Davis  D/EX 887/1  1768

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Related information: [For a similar map of Sir George Amyand's estate at Crookham in Thatcham, surveyed by I.L. Davis in 1768, see D/EX 8 P1.]

Contents:
A Survey of the Manors of Frilsham & Ealing with an Estate at Everington, situate in the several Parishes of Frilsham Yattendon Hampstead Norreys and Bucklebury in the County of Berks; Belonging to Sir George Amyand Bart.
By I.L. Davis, 1768
1 inch to 17 poles 47.5 in x 62 in
85 inches to 1 mile 1190 mm x 3200 mm
Finely drawn and detailed coloured map showing most of the parish of Frilsham, the southern parts of Yattendon and Hampstead Norreys and a strip of land in Bucklebury, with (in the top right hand corner) a farm [Highfield House] at Cold Ash in Thatcham. Extends from [Down Wood] and [Ealing Park Copse] in the north to [Coombe Wood] in the south and the area just east of Oare village in the west to Frilsham Common in the east
Marks buildings in elevation, including Frilsham church; Yattendon church; Birch Farm, Frilsham and a windmill on Hampstead Common; and in block plan, including Frilsham village and Ealing Farm, Hampstead Norreys. Shows woods and fields (mostly named), field strips, roads and watercourses and gives the names of owners of adjoining property. Shows part of the parish boundary between Frilsham and Bucklebury

Sale catalogue of St Leonard's Hill Estate, Clewer  D/EX 888  1869

1 doc.

Clewer: St Leonard's Hill Estate: Sale Catalogue  D/EX 888/1  1869

1 doc.

Contents:
(Residential freehold estate of 265 acres comprising mansion with reception rooms, Gothic conservatory, domestic offices, pleasure grounds, coach houses, outbuildings, stables, 1½ acres kitchen gardens, ornamental iron lodge, 2 cottages and timbered park land; 35 acres timbered forest land; 64 acres freehold land; a freehold villa residence with servants' hall, carriage house, stable and outbuildings; homestead with farmhouse, outbuildings, farm buildings and cottage. Sketch of house; sketch of entrance lodge. Plan of estate.)

Deeds and records of the Gerring family of Steventon  D/EX 890  1767-1862

5 docs.

Admissions in the manor of Steventon, deed, and copy will of members of the Gerring and other families of Steventon.  [no ref.]  1767-1862

1 bdl.

Contents:
(5 docs.)

Admission, Manor of Steventon.  D/EX 890/1/1  1767

Contents:
John Nevill of Steventon (following the surrender of Edward Billingsley)
Messuage and tenement (formerly called the Shop), orchard and garden

Release in fee  D/EX 890/1/2  5 April 1781

Contents:
1. Susannah Weston of Steventon, spinster
John Martin of Blewbury, yeoman, & Ann his wife
2. Joseph Brooks of Steventon, schoolmaster
Messuage and tenement in Steventon

Admission, Manor of Steventon  D/EX 890/1/3  1806

Contents:
John Nevill of Steventon, wheelwright (following the surrender of John Allen)
20 perches of arable in Green Furlong, Steventon

Admission, Manor of Steventon  D/EX 890/1/4  1859

Contents:
Jane Gerring (daughter of Richard Buckle and wife of Thomas Gerring of Steventon, wheelwright), under the will of Richard Buckle
2 messuages and tenements in Steventon (abuttals given)

Will (copy), 1856 proved 1862  D/EX 890/1/5  1862

Contents:
John Gerring of Steventon, wheelwright
Freehold cottages, gardens and orchards in Steventon, and other property

Housing rent receipt (Wantage)  D/EX 891  1922

1 doc.

Wantage Urban District Council receipt for rent for a house in Garstons Lane, Wantage.  D/EX 891/1  1922

1 doc.

Mary Thompson charity (Sandhurst): disbursements  D/EX 892  1893-1937

1 vol.

Administrative history:
[This charity was set up in 1892 under the will of Mary Thompson of Sandhurst, to provide coal and blankets at Christmas to widows and other poor persons in the parish of Sandhurst. See Charity Commissioners Report on the Charities of Sandhurst, 1910, p.7].

Mary Thompson charity, Sandhurst: lists of recipients of charity  D/EX 892/1  1893-1937

1 vol.

Contents:
[2 pages cut out at front; 1 page cut out at back].

Letter from an emigrant describing conditions in the USA  D/EX 893  1851

Letter (postmarked 'Spencerport' [New York State]) from B Tegg, an emigrant to the USA, to T[homas] Mathews of Hampstead Norris, describing his voyage out and conditions in America, with original envelope.  D/EX 893/1/1,2  1851

1 bdl

Contents:
[The author of this letter may have been Benjamin Tegg, son of John and Martha Tegg, whose baptism was recorded in Bucklebury on 28 July 1816, but this cannot be determined with certainty.]

Transcript of D/EX 893/1/1.  D/EX 893/2  [c.1980]

1 bdl

Illuminated address to Dr. Cockran of Caversham  D/EX 894  1906

1 document

Illuminated address to Dr. Christopher Henry Cockran, physician and surgeon, on his retirement from his practice in Caversham.  D/EX 894/1  1906

1 doc

Contents:
It includes a small pen and ink sketch of a house, probably Dr. Cockran's house, The Priory, in Caversham.

Map of Bucklebury (Common land)  D/EX 895  1961

1 roll

Ordnance Survey 6" map, comprising sheets SU 57 SW, SU 57 SE, SU 56 NW, SU 56 NE, showing Bucklebury and surrounding parishes.  D/EX 895/1  1961

1 roll

Contents:
Includes public rights of way within the parish plus, at the foot of the map, typed notes relating to the parish common land.

Deeds of six messuages in Great Knollys Street and two messuages in Chatham Street, Reading  D/EX 896  1821-1880

1 bdl.

Bundle of deeds relating to 6 messuages in Great Knollys Street and 2 messuages in Chatham Street, Reading.  [no ref.]  1821-1880

1 bdl.

Contents:
(8 docs.)

Assignment for residue of 99 years  D/EX 896/1/1  1821

Contents:
Moses Bidmead now of Bradfield gent., Richard Hooker of Oxford, bricklayer, and Thomas Gash of Whitchurch, co. Oxon., bricklayer, to James Lane of Reading, painter.
Two newly built messuages in the parish of St. Mary originally built with 8 other houses on about 7a. of garden ground, bordered on the east by Thorn's Lane, on the south by the Oxford Road, on the north by land belonging to John Weldale Knollys. The property described in 1821 as 2 messuages bordered on the north by a new street called Knollys Street and on the east by a new street called Alfred Street.

Assignment for a residue of 99 years  D/EX 896/1/2  1822

Contents:
Thomas Gash of Whitchurch, co. Oxon, bricklayer, to Thomas Moore Davis of Reading, victualler.
Six newly built messuages on the south side of Knollys Street, also a watercourse running from the 6 messuages into a privy or well belonging to James Lane and payment of one half of the expense of cleaning the same from time to time.

Assignment  D/EX 896/1/3  1830

Contents:
William May of High Wycombe, co. Bucks., gent. and Eliza Kee his wife late Eliza Kee Davis, spinster, to James Humphris of Reading baker.
The reversionary interest under the will of Thomas Moore Davis late of Reading, victualler, dated 1823, of 1/6th share of the leasehold premises in Reading [otherwise unspecified] expectant upon the decease or other sooner determination of the life estate of Ruth Davis the widow.

Assignment for a residue of 99 years  D/EX 896/1/4  1860

Contents:
From the devisees of Thomas Moore Davis and others to Henry Bitmead of Reading, baker.
Two messuages in Chatham Street on the north side numbered 20 and 21. Schedule of deeds 1817-1830 included.

Abstract of title of Sarah Eyre of Spring Gardens, Reading, widow, to 2 messuages in Chatham Street and Alfred Street 1817-1860.  D/EX 896/1/5  1860

Mortgage  D/EX 896/1/6  1865

Contents:
Edward James Ilsley of Reading, builder, the (mortgagor) to Charles Heath of Reading, wine and spirit merchant (the mortgagee).
That piece of land fronting Great Knollys Road with 6 houses and a builder's workshop behind all built by the mortgagor.
Principal: £600
Term: residue of 80 years

Assignment for a residue of 80 years  D/EX 896/1/7  1866

Contents:
Charles Heath late of Reading, wine and spirit merchant, now of Windsor, gent., to William Ridley of Reading, timber merchant.
A piece of building land with the 6 messuages and workshops fronting Great Knollys Street.
Rent: £18 p.a.

Mortgage  D/EX 896/1/8  1880

Contents:
Thomas J. Bull of Eynsham, co. Oxon., butcher (the mortgagor) to Harriet Emma Godrich of Pangbourne, spinster (the mortgagee).
Six messuages and a workshop fronting Great Knollys Street [otherwise unspecified].
Principal: £600

Deeds relating to property at Everington, parish of Yattendon, 1608-1764 Walmersley (parish of Bury, Lancashire), 1710, and Addingham, Yorkshire, 1619  D/EX 897  1608-1764

Everington, parish of Yattendon  [no ref.]  1608-1764

1 bdl.

Feoffment  D/EX 897/1/1  1608

1 doc.

Contents:
1. John Barnes of Everington, parish of Yattendon, yeoman, son and heir of John Barnes of Everington, yeoman, deceased.
2. Henry Slade of Aston Upthorpe, yeoman.
The manor house called Barnes in Everington with the lands, pastures and common of pasture for cattle or sheep; also 1 little piddle (½a.) called Vialls Piddle together with 4a. of arable in the common fields of Everington called Vialls [specified]. Notes of livery of seizin endorsed. Consideration: £271.

Fine  D/EX 897/1/2  1648

1 doc.

Contents:
1. James Pownsett and Walter Knight gent. (querents).
2. Thomas Slade and Anne his wife (deforciants).
Re. 2 messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 50a. of land, 2a. of meadow, 8a. of pasture, 3a. of wood, 2a. of furze and heath and common of pasture for all cattle and appurtenances in Everington, Hampstead Norris and Yattendon.

Common recovery  D/EX 897/1/3  1648

1 doc.

Contents:
1. John Webbe (petent)
2. James Pownsett and Walter Knight gent. (tenants-in-tail).
3. Thomas Slade (tenant to the precipe).
4. Robert Lee (vouchee).
2 messuages, 4 gardens, 50a. of land, 2a. of meadow, 8a. of pasture, 3a. of woodland, 2a. of furze and heath and common of pasture for cattle with appurtenances for Everington, Hampstead Norris and Yattendon [seal missing].

Feoffment  D/EX 897/1/4  1655

1 doc.

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Cooper the mother of Nicolas Cooper, Mary Cooper his wife, all of the parish of Yattendon, husbandman.
2. Henry Cooper of West Ilsley.
Messuage, cottage or tenement with the 2 gardens or piddles of ground therinto belonging in Everington which property Nicholas Cooper senior purchased from John Webbe of Reading, clothier. Grant of livery of seizin endorsed. Consideration: £24.

Feoffment  D/EX 897/1/5  1665

1 doc.

Contents:
1. Hugh Smith of Eling, parish of Hampstead Norris, yeoman.
2. John Smith of Bothampstead, parish of Hampstead Norris, yeoman.
Parcel of several lands, closes and grounds of arable, pasture and coppices and wood (23a.) on both sides of a lane called Everington Lane in the manor of Eling, the lands called Pinmoores, Dicken Acre and are part and parcel of a messuage of Hugh Smith called "Yowles". Note of livery of seizin endorsed.

Lease for a year  D/EX 897/1/6  1697

1 doc.

Contents:
1. Nicholas Jerome of Everington, brickmaker and Thomas Cooper of Everington, yeoman.
2. Francis Kidgell of Eling, gent.
That little tenement or woodhouse formerly a smith's shop being part of a messuage, cottage or tenement with 2 gardens or piddles of ground in Everington [dimensions of the land specified in relation to the nearby lane]. Rent: one peppercorn.

Release  D/EX 897/1/7  1698

1 doc.

Contents:
1. Thomas Cooper of Everington, husbandman.
2. Francis Kidgell of Eling, gent.
That messuage or cottage with the 2 gardens or piddles of ground in Everington.

Lease  D/EX 897/1/8  1714

1 doc.

Contents:
1. Francis Kidgell of Eling, gent.
2. Henry Tame of Everington, labourer.
Cottage or tenement with the garden, orchard and appurtenances in Everington, except all timber and the right to extract it. Term: 99 years or the lives of Henry Tame and Mary his wife and Mary Tame junior their daughter. Rent: 1 shilling p.a.

Probate of the will of Thomas Pendall late of Bothampstead, husbandman, will dated 1743, proved 1744 at Salisbury  D/EX 897/1/9  1744

1 doc.

Copy of the will of Ann Kidgell late of Eling, now of Reading.  D/EX 897/1/10  1764

1 doc.

Contents:
Bequest of a half share of a messuage, tenement and malthouse at Everington, with the lands thereto belonging, also a messuage, garden, and land commonly called Pinmarsh at Everington. Will dated 1756

Walmersley, parish of Bury  [no ref.]  1710

1 doc.

Lease for a year  D/EX 897/2  1710

1 doc.

Contents:
1. Joshua Crompton of Pilkington co. Lancs., gent. and Susanna his wife (sole daughter and heir of Richard Nuttall late of Gollinrode co. Lancs., yeoman, deceased).
2. Joseph Crompton of Bolton in le Moores, co. Lancs. chapman and Thomas Baron of Aynsworth [Ainsworth] co. Lancs., yeoman.
That messuage and the lands thereto belonging with the appurtenances commonly called by the name of Gollinrode in Walmersley als. Walmesley, parish of Bury, co. Lancs. (40a.); also that other messuage in Walmersley commonly called Snape Hill (9a.).

Addingham  [no ref.]  1619

1 doc.

Feoffment  D/EX 897/3  1619

1 doc.

Contents:
1. William Vavasour of Hassilwood co. Yorks. esq., Thomas Vavasour of Woodhall co. Yorks. esq., son and heir apparent of the said William.
2. Sir Peter Middelton of Stockeld in the said county knight and
3. Walter Gifford of Chillington co. Stafford esq.
4. To Christopher Pighells late of Bradford and now of Addingham co. Yorks., yeoman
Of those 4 closes of land, meadow and pasture of which 3 are called Suffeild Closes and the other Boysinges (14a.) with one little house or cote now standing upon one of the said 4 closes in Addingham; the 4 closes do abutt on the town street of Addingham on the north part; also 8 whole parts of the commons, moors and waste ground of and in Addingham, except the commons, moors, wastes and parcel of waste called Smythie greaves, the mill Sand bed and Bull common; and except 120a. of land parcel of the said commons, moors and wastes of which 23a. are already limited and set out on the east side of the said commons, moors and wastes, and the residue of the said 120a. of land are limited and agreed to be taken in and enclosed all along at the west side and are confined by the said common and adjoin to the boundaries and marks of the lordship of Silsden, belonging to the Rt. Hon. Earl of Cumberland, and the lordship of Addingham on the other part also except all royalties of fishing, fowling, hawking and hunting, also all mines and quarries of coals, ironstone, lead, tin, copper and of limestone within the said commons, moors and wastes of Addingham, also except liberty at all times on this side and before the 24th June next ensuing for the parties to fell and cut down all the oaks, ashes, hollies, and crab trees standing on the above granted premises and liberty to convey the trees away; also except the several parcels of waste called the Smythe greaves, mill Sandbedd, and Bull Common on the street.
Grant of livery of seizen endorsed.

Records of Neates of Hungerford and Newbury, estate agents  D/EX 898  1874-1984

(11 vols, 420 bdls, 427 docs).

Supplementary information: A more detailed catalogue is available at the record office

Contents:
Arthur Webb Neate of Hungerford was a farmer who set up business as a land agent and auctioneer in the 1870s. By 1883 he had premises in both Charnham Street, Hungerford, and 51 Cheap Street, Newbury, and advertised himself as land agent, auctioneer and surveyor. He later moved to 15 High Street, Hungerford (by 1887) and to 8 St Mary's Hill (later part of Cheap Street), Newbury (by 1911, having been at Albion House, Oxford Street, Newbury c.1887-1907). From 1911 he advertised as land agent, auctioneer, surveyor and valuer.
By 1915 the firm had become A.W. Neate & Sons.
In the 1950s an additional branch was opened in Marlborough, Wiltshire.
The majority of the archive consists of sale or letting particulars, mostly of property sold or let by Neates, some by their competitors. After World War II the firm also prepared annual statements of accounts for farmers.

Customers' accounts  [no ref.]  1874-1980

Contents:
D/EX 898/1/1-8 appear to consist of the accounts of John Bronsdon of Kintbury, builder, 1874-1905. D/EX 898/1/9-47 consists mainly of annual statements of accounts prepared by Messrs Neate on behalf of the customer, and almost all relate to farms. They are arranged alphabetically by the name of the customer.

Bronsdon business accounts  [no ref.]  1874-1905

Ledger of repair and maintenance accounts with customers.  D/EX 898/1/1  1874-1884

1 vol

Contents:
(Labelled "Ledger No. 2". Preceding and following ledgers, and accompanying day books and cash books referred to in text, not deposited. Includes fairly detailed accounts of repairs and maintenance undertaken on behalf of clients (who included Sir Richard Sutton), mainly 1878-1880. Includes, at end, cash accounts of members of Bronsdon family [partners?] and employees, c.1878-1884.
Indexed.)

Detailed repair and maintenance accounts with customers.  D/EX 898/1/2  1890-1893

1 vol

Contents:
(Journal; for accompanying day book, 1893 only, see D/EX 898/1/3. Clients include Sir Richard Sutton and the trustees of the Sutton estates, Messrs G.C. Ricardo and B. Winthrop, and the Newbury Brewery Company.
Indexed.)

Repair and maintenance accounts with customers.  D/EX 898/1/3  1893-1894

1 vol

Contents:
(Day book; for accompanying journal, 1893, see D/EX 898/1/2.
Indexed.)

Repair and maintenance accounts with customers.  D/EX 898/1/4  1893-1896

1 vol

Contents:
(Day book, continuing on from D/EX 898/1/3.
Indexed.)

Repair and maintenance accounts with customers.  D/EX 898/1/5  1895-1896

1 vol

Contents:
(Day book, continuing on from D/EX 898/1/4. For accompanying journal, 1896, see D/EX 898/1/6.
Indexed.)

Repair and maintenance accounts with customers.  D/EX 898/1/6  1896

1 vol

Contents:
(Journal; for accompanying day book, see D/EX 898/1/5. Accompanying ledgers not deposited. Clients include Sutton estate, W.H. Dunn of Wallingtons, Kintbury, B. Winthrop of Barton Court, Newbury, and Newbury Brewery Co.
Indexed.)

Repair and maintenance accounts with customers.  D/EX 898/1/7  1897-1898

1 vol

Contents:
(Day book; accompanying journal not deposited.
Indexed.)

Repair and maintenance accounts with customers.  D/EX 898/1/8  1904-1905

1 vol

Contents:
(Day book; accompanying journal not deposited.
Indexed.)

Other customers' accounts  [no ref.]  1940-1980

Annual statements of accounts of Mr A.A.V. Adams, Manor Farm, Baughurst, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/1/9  1957-1969

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2030

Annual statements of accounts of Messrs R.V. and G. and Mrs W. Brewer, Ashfields Farm, Chieveley, 1944-1956, and New Farm, Horris Hill, Newtown, Hampshire, 1957-1966.  D/EX 898/1/10  1944-1966

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2027

Annual statements of accounts of James Burchill, no. 3, Stockcross, farmer.  D/EX 898/1/11  1953-1962

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2023

Accounts of Kenneth Day Chapman. (Location of farm unclear; may be same as D/EX 898/1/13.)  D/EX 898/1/12  1969-1977

1 vol

Conditions of access: Closed until 2038

Numbers, names and ages of cattle belonging to D. Chapman, Woodrows Farm, Aldworth.  D/EX 898/1/13/1-5  1973-1976

1 bdl

Annual statements of accounts of Mr T Cooper, Adbury Farm, Adbury, [near Newbury], 1943-1957, and Alden Bridge House Farm or The Lodge, Alden Bridge House, Newbury, 1958-1966.  D/EX 898/1/14  1943-1966

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2027

Annual statements of accounts of Messrs R.N. Day & Son, Finches Farm, Baydon, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/1/15  1969-1971

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2032

Annual statements of accounts of Mr H. Dunford, Ashmore Green Farm, Ashmore Green, [Cold Ash].  D/EX 898/1/16  1944-1964

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2025

Annual statements of accounts of Mr E.H. Dodd, Elton Farm, Weston, Welford.  D/EX 898/1/17  1944-1966

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2027

Correspondence relating to the management of the property of Mr H.P. Drewry of Rainscombe Park, Oare, Wiltshire, including Rainscombe Farm, Oare, Wiltshire, land at Hillingdon, Middlesex, and Denham, Hertfordshire.  D/EX 898/1/18  1952-1956

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2017

Miscellaneous reports and notes relating to the same, 1947, 1952-1955.  D/EX 898/1/19/1-68  1947-1955

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2016

Annual statements of accounts of Mr E.A. Evans, Manor Farm, Charlton.  D/EX 898/1/20  1955-1961

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2022

Annual statements of accounts of Gorse Farm (Faringdon) Ltd (owned by Mr and Mrs G.A. Eyre-Brook), Gorse Farm, Little Coxwell.  D/EX 898/1/21  1959-1967

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2028

Correspondence relating to the same.  D/EX 898/1/22  1966-1973

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2034

Annual statements of accounts of Messrs R.A. Grover (& Sons) Rainsford Farm, Thatcham, 1943-1957, and Hill View Farm, Ashmore Green, [Cold Ash], 1958-1967.  D/EX 898/1/23  1943-1967

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2028

Annual statements of accounts of Mr A.G. and Mrs J.M. Hale, Lottage Farm, Lottage Road, Aldbourne, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/1/24  1948-1966

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2027

Annual statements of accounts of Harris family, Magpie Farm, Yattendon.  D/EX 898/1/25  1949-1965

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2026

Annual statements of accounts of Mr L.G. Hughes, Old Hayward Farm, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/1/26  1940-1960

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2021

Annual statements of accounts of Mr F. Hundleby, Spanswick Farm, Eastbury, [Lambourn].  D/EX 898/1/27  1946-1969

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2030

Annual statements of accounts of Mrs G.M. and Mr J.D. Huzzey, Burshot Farm, Hoe Benham, [Speen].  D/EX 898/1/28  1950-1965

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2026

Annual statements of accounts of Mr W.G. James, Hawley Farm, Tadley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/1/29  1951-1964

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2025

Annual statements of accounts of Mr A.H. Jenkins, [farm], Newtown Cottage, Newtown, Hampshire, 1950-1964, and Coldlands Farm, Newtown, Hampshire, 1965-1970.  D/EX 898/1/30  1950-1970

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2031

Annual statements of accounts of Mr E. King, Oakhill Farm, Froxfield, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/1/31  1948-1968

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2029

Annual statements of accounts of Mr F.P. Lawrence, Upper Farm, Farnborough.  D/EX 898/1/32  1945-1969

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2030

Annual statements of accounts of Liddiard family, Glebe Farm, Aldbourne, Wiltshire, 1947-1969, and [farm], Coronels Bungalow, Aldbourne, Wiltshire, 1967-1974. (Includes draft deed of partnership, 1954.)  D/EX 898/1/33  1947-1974

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2035

Annual statements of accounts of Mr S.H. Manchester, Battens Farm and College Farm, Lambourn Woodlands, Lambourn.  D/EX 898/1/34  1949-1964

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2025

Annual statements of accounts of Mr W.D. Monger, Greenlands Farm, Bramley Road, Silchester, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/1/35  1955-1960

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2021

Annual statements of accounts of Mr E.G. Moore, Springfield Farm, Wolverton Common, Hampshire, 1950-1962, and [farm], Century House, Wolverton, Hampshire, 1963-1966.  D/EX 898/1/36  1950-1966

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2027

Annual statements of accounts of Osgood family, Rookery Farm, Curridge, 1944-1965, and Osgood Farm, Ashmore Green, [Cold Ash], 1965.  D/EX 898/1/37  1944-1965

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2026

Annual statements of accounts and associated papers: Colonel R.H. Palmer, Peasemore Manor Farm, Peasemore.  D/EX 898/1/38/1-151  1974-1979

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2040

Copy accounts, valuations, agreements etc. relating to Pearce family and Spanswick Farm, Eastbury, [Lambourn], and Lower Poughley Farm (including Somercourt Farmhouse), Shefford Woodlands.  D/EX 898/1/39/1-79  1969-1980

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2041

Annual statements of accounts of Mr A.N. Read, [smallholding], 19 Little Park, Abbotts Ann, Hampshire (part of Land Settlement Association's Andover Estate).  D/EX 898/1/40  1964-1968

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2029

Annual statements of accounts of Mr & Mrs W.J. Smith, Home Farm, Hamstead Marshall.  D/EX 898/1/41  1946-1961

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2023

Annual statements of accounts of Mr L. Stacey, Brook Farm, Pamber, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/1/42  1957-1966

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2027

Annual statements of accounts of Messrs J. and L. Timms, Burnells Farm, Brimpton.  D/EX 898/1/43  1949-1965

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2026

Annual statements of accounts of Mr A.L. Waite, Manor Farm, Ramsbury, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/1/44  1948-1965

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2026

Copy accounts, correspondence etc., re. Nelson and Greta Whistler, Upper Fosbury Farm, Oxenwood, Wiltshire, 1959-1970, and Hannington Farm, Hannington, Hampshire, 1970-1980.  D/EX 898/1/45  1959-1980

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2041

Annual statements of accounts of Mr W. Whistler, Hannington Farm, Hannington, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/1/46  1957-1968

1 bdl

Conditions of access: Closed until 2029

Receipt and payment accounts of same.  D/EX 898/1/47  1965-1968

1 vol

Conditions of access: Closed until 2029

Property sales and lettings  [no ref.]  1890-1984

Aldermaston  [no ref.]  1955

Sale catalogue of The Red House, Aldermaston.  D/EX 898/2/1/1-2  1955

1 bdl

Aldworth  [no ref.]  1954

Sale particulars, inventory of furniture, fixtures and fittings, and agreement for furnished tenancy of Woodrows Cottage, Aldworth.  D/EX 898/2/2/1-18  1954

1 bdl

Basildon  [no ref.]  [1950s]

Sale particulars of the White House, Basildon.  D/EX 898/2/3/1-2  [1950s]

1 bdl

Beedon  [no ref.]  1932-1960s

Sale particulars and photographs of Beedon House, Beedon.  D/EX 898/2/4/1-9  [1950s, 1960s]

1 bdl

Particulars for letting Keeper's Cottage and shooting rights over Beedon Manor Farm, Beedon.  D/EX 898/2/5  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Garden Cottage, Beedon Hill, Beedon.  D/EX 898/2/6  1932

1 doc

Beenham  [no ref.]  1925-1949

Sale catalogue and particulars of Hall Place Farm, Beenham (180a.), including plan.  D/EX 898/2/7/1-4  1949

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Stonehurst, near Beenham Church, Beenham.  D/EX 898/2/8/1-3  c.1936

1 bdl

Illustrated sale catalogue, with plan, of Beenham Court estate, Beenham and Ecchinswell and Kingsclere, Hampshire, 1925, with sale particulars of Beenham Court, Beenham, n.d. [1930s].  D/EX 898/2/8A/1-3  1925, [1930s]

1 bdl

Blewbury  [no ref.]  1930s

Sale particulars of house called Borlase, Blewbury.  D/EX 898/2/9/1-3  c.1938

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Norreys, Blewbury.  D/EX 898/2/10/1-2  [mid 1930s]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of St Michaels Cottage, Blewbury.  D/EX 898/2/11  [c.1930s]

1 doc

Boxford  [no ref.]  1952-1973

Illustrated sale catalogue of house called Cornerways, 81, Boxford.  D/EX 898/2/12/1-2  1973

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Ivy House, Boxford.  D/EX 898/2/13  [1950s]

1 doc

Illustrated sale catalogue of Rowbury Farm and two cottages (99a.), Boxford.  D/EX 898/2/14/1-3  1952

1 bdl

Boxford and Leckhampstead  [no ref.]  1949

Sale catalogue of Rowbury Farm and two cottages (99a.), Boxford; cottage and 9 acres arable land called Goddards Farm, on Leckhampstead-Boxford Road, Leckhampstead; 11 acres arable land off Goose Lane, Leckhampstead; and 5 acres arable land opposite Oak Ash Farm, Leckhampstead.  D/EX 898/2/15/1-4  1949

1 bdl

Bradfield  [no ref.]  c1929-1951

Sale particulars and photographic illustration of Buckhold Grange, adjoining the Buckhold Park, [Bradfield].  D/EX 898/2/16/1-2  [1930s?]

1 bdl

Sale catalogues and photographs of house called Dingley Hill, adjoining Bucklebury Common, in Bradfield.  D/EX 898/2/17/1-19  1952

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Mapletons House, Buckhold, Bradfield.  D/EX 898/2/18  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and photographic illustration of Mead House and grounds (12½a.), Bradfield.  D/EX 898/2/19/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars and sketch of the Old House, Bradfield.  D/EX 898/2/20/1-3  [early 1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Stretton, adjoining Ballards Garage, Bradfield.  D/EX 898/2/21/1-2  [1950s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Wayside Cottage, near Bucklebury Common, Bradfield.  D/EX 898/2/22  c.1929-1930

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Sunnyside, Tutt's Clump, Bradfield.  D/EX 898/2/23/1-2  c.1936

1 bdl

Letting particulars, rough plan and sale catalogue of house called Woodside, Tutts Clump, Bradfield.  D/EX 898/2/24/1-4  [1930s], 1951

1 bdl

Brightwaltham  [no ref.]  1930s

Sale particulars of Cotswold Farm, Brightwalton Holt, Brightwaltham (smallholding with goodwill of milk round).  D/EX 898/2/25  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called The Holt, Brightwalton Holt, Brightwaltham.  D/EX 898/2/26/1-3  c.1938

1 bdl

Sale particulars of shop and house called The Stores, opposite the Marquis of Granby Inn, The Holt, Brightwaltham. (Premises include tennis court.)  D/EX 898/2/27  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Keepers Cottage and shooting rights over the Manor Farm, Brightwaltham.  D/EX 898/2/28  [early 1930s]

1 doc

Brightwell  [no ref.]  1930s

Sale particulars of bungalow called Belgrave Lodge, on road from Wallingford to Abingdon, Brightwell, suitable for adaptation to poultry farm.  D/EX 898/2/29/1-2  1932, c.1933

1 bdl

Sale particulars and photograph of Brightwell Manor [house], Brightwell.  D/EX 898/2/30/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Brimpton  [no ref.]  1930s-1950s

Sale particulars and photograph of Brimpton Lodge (house and 9a.), Brimpton.  D/EX 898/2/31/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of cottage, Brimpton Lodge.  D/EX 898/2/32  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called The Chestnuts, Brimpton.  D/EX 898/2/33  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called The Cottage, Brimpton.  D/EX 898/2/34  c.1932

1 doc

Letting particulars of house called The Hatch, Brimpton.  D/EX 898/2/35  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of house (formerly two cottages) called Lane End, Brimpton.  D/EX 898/2/36  c.1932

1 doc

Sale particulars and photographs of Lea Cottage, Brimpton.  D/EX 898/2/37/1-6  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of The Mill Bungalow, Brimpton, with trout and coarse fishing in River Kennet.  D/EX 898/2/38  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of house called The Gables, Brimpton Common, Brimpton.  D/EX 898/2/39  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Laughton Cottage, Brimpton Common, Brimpton.  D/EX 898/2/40  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called West Mead, Brimpton Common, Brimpton.  D/EX 898/2/41/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Bucklebury  [no ref.]  1930s-1967

Letting particulars of house called Browngates, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/42  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Brownsgate, built in 1949 on site of D/EX 898/2/42, destroyed by fire, and incorporating its chimney (1633).  D/EX 898/2/43/1-2  c.1956

1 bdl

Illustrated sale catalogue of Bucklebury Court, Bucklebury (formerly the parsonage house).  D/EX 898/2/44/1-4  1938

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Bucklebury Lodge, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/45/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Illustrated sale catalogue and photographs of Kings Copse House, Bucklebury, and The White Cottage, Clay Hill, Bradfield.  D/EX 898/2/46/1-8  1949

1 bdl

Sale particulars and photograph of house called The Bourne, Bucklebury Common, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/47/1-2  c.1938

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Sale catalogue (1935) and particulars (1967), with survey, photographs and copy plans (c.1967) of house called Brackenhurst and block of Elizabethan cottages (a weekend cottage, originally two, and a servants' cottage) adjoining the same, Bucklebury Common, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/48/1-36  1935, 1967

1 bdl

Sale catalogue and particulars of house called Gorselands, Bucklebury Common, Bucklebury, and adjoining lot of land (1.89a.), Hungerford Lane, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/49/1-4  1953, [1950s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Hatchgate or Hatch Gate, Bucklebury Common, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/50/1-3  [mid 1930s]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of house called Heathgate, Bucklebury Common, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/51  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Highcroft, Mount Pleasant, Bucklebury Common, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/52/1-3  1933, 1949

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Inglenook (built 1928), Bucklebury Common, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/53  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and photograph of Miles's Green House, Bucklebury Common, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/54  1972

1 doc

Sale particulars of a bungalow (unnamed), Bucklebury Common, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/55  [1950s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Chapel Row Farm [cottage only], Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/56  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Jasmine, Chapel Row, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/57  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly built house(s), Briff Lane, Upper Bucklebury, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/58  [c.1960s]

1 doc

Agreements to let and sale particulars of Pear Tree Cottage, Bucklebury Common, Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/59/1-11  1945-1963

1 bdl

Agreement for tenancy of Westrop Farm (90a.), Bucklebury.  D/EX 898/2/59A  1935

1 doc

Bucklebury, Brimpton and Woolhampton  [no ref.]  1933

Sale catalogue (with plans) of Copyhold Farm, Bucklebury, and Hill Foot Farm, Woolhampton, with cottages and land in Brimpton, Bucklebury and Woolhampton.  D/EX 898/2/60/1-5  1933

1 bdl

Burghfield  [no ref.]  1926

Illustrated sale catalogue (with plan) of Burghfield Mill, the Mill House, seven cottages and 15a. water meadows and osier beds, all in Burghfield.  D/EX 898/2/61/1-3  1926

1 bdl

Calcot  [no ref.]  1934

Sale particulars and photograph of the Old Mill House, Calcot, with boating and fishing rights in the Holy Brook.  D/EX 898/2/62/1-3  1934

1 bdl

Caversham  [no ref.]  1930s

Sale particulars of Tudor Cottage, Emmer Green, [Caversham].  D/EX 898/2/63  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Deanwood Farm, Kidmore End, [Caversham].  D/EX 898/2/64  c.1936

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called The Woodlands, Kidmore Road, Caversham.  D/EX 898/2/65  [1930s]

1 doc

Chaddleworth  [no ref.]  1931-1952

Sale particulars and plans of Head's Farm, Chaddleworth (farmhouse, three cottages and 535a.).  D/EX 898/2/66/1-19  1937

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Heads Farm, Chaddleworth (house built in 1938, bailiff's house, six cottages in Chaddleworth, four cottages in Brightwaltham and 750a.), with schedule of tenant's fixtures and fittings.  D/EX 898/2/67/1-8  1952

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Purley Farm, Chaddleworth (farmhouse, six cottages and 423a.).  D/EX 898/2/68  1931

1 doc

Letting particulars of Woolley Park (Home) Farmhouse, [Chaddleworth].  D/EX 898/2/69/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Charlton  [no ref.]  [1950s]

Sale particulars of Coopers Lane Farm (smallholding, 4a.), Charlton.  D/EX 898/2/70  [1950s]

1 doc

Chieveley  [no ref.]  1913-1960s

Sale particulars of house called Broomdown and grounds (31a.), Chieveley.  D/EX 898/2/71  1959

1 doc

Sale particulars of Cross Lanes Farm, Chieveley, and Ordnance Survey map sheet number XXVII SW (6 in: 1 mile, 1913 edition) showing farm (called Cross Roads Farm).  D/EX 898/2/72/1-2  1913, c.1938

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Elmgrove Farm, Chieveley (farmhouse, bungalow, two cottages and 247a.).  D/EX 898/2/73  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Knockers, Chieveley.  D/EX 898/2/74  c.1934

1 doc

Sale particulars of New Farm House, Chieveley.  D/EX 898/2/75  [1960s]

1 doc

Draft sale particulars of Priors Court estate, Chieveley.  D/EX 898/2/76/1-38  c.1924

1 bdl

Sale particulars of smallholding called Westfields (32a.), Down End, Chieveley.  D/EX 898/2/77/1-2  1932, [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Bussock Hill House, Snelsmore Common, Chieveley.  D/EX 898/2/78  1929

1 doc

Chilton Foliat  [no ref.]  1933-1982

Sale particulars and photographs of Bridge House, Chilton Foliat.  D/EX 898/2/79/1-16  1933, [c.1936]

1 bdl

Letting particulars and photographs of West Soley Farmhouse, Chilton Foliat.  D/EX 898/2/80/1-4  [1950s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars, with plan, of West Soley Farm (farmhouse, three cottages and 312a.), Chilton Foliat.  D/EX 898/2/81/1-11  1982

1 bdl

Cholsey  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of farmhouse called Rayland, Cholsey.  D/EX 898/2/82  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Highcroft, Cholsey.  D/EX 898/2/82A  [1930s]

1 doc

Cold Ash  [no ref.]  1930s-1950s

Sale catalogue (1939), particulars (n.d., [1939, c.1950s], and photocopy of survey and valuation (1970) of Ashmore Green Cottage, Ashmore Green, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/83/1-10  1939-1970

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Hill View Farm, Ashmore Green, [Cold Ash].  D/EX 898/2/84  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of bungalow called Oaklands, Ashmore Green, [Cold Ash].  D/EX 898/2/85  1933

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Stone Copse, Stoney Lane, Ashmore Green, [Cold Ash], and Oaklands (as D/EX 898/2/85), with 3 acres pasture, vegetable garden and fruit trees adjoining.  D/EX 898/2/86/1-2  1933

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house built in 1935 called Briarfield, The Ridge, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/87/1-2  c.1936, [1950s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of newly built house "among the Fir trees at Cold Ash" and postcards of house called The Cosy, Cold Ash [believed to be the same].  D/EX 898/2/88/1-4  [c.1930s?]

1 bdl

Illustrated sale catalogue (with plan) of house called The Creek, with 7a. pleasure gardens; 9 acres pasture land; 10¾ acres pasture land suitable for development; and two bungalows, all in Cold Ash adjoining the road to Thatcham and Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/89/1-2  1933

1 bdl

Sale particulars (1933, n.d. [1950s]) and catalogue (1972) of Drove Cottage, Drove Lane, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/90/1-4  1933-1972

1 bdl

Illustrated sale catalogue of house called Foxbriars, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/91/1-2  1955

1 bdl

Sale particulars and illustrated catalogue of house called Holly Bank, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/92/1-4  1953

1 bdl

Sale particulars and photograph of house called Oak Tops, Slanting Hill, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/93/1-2  [1950s]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Park Farmhouse, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/94  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Poplar House, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/95  1956

1 doc

Sale particulars of 2, Poplar House, Cold Ash (central portion of property in D/EX 898/2/95, now divided into apartments).  D/EX 898/2/96  [late 1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Red Lodge, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/97/1-2  1933, [c1950s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars and rough plan of Reynolds Bungalow, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/98/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Illustrated sale catalogue, with plans, of house called Summerfold, Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/99/1-4  1949

1 bdl

Sale catalogue, with plan, of Westrop Estate, Cold Ash (total 257 acres).  D/EX 898/2/100/1-6  1936

1 bdl

Draft sale catalogue of Westrop Farm, Cold Ash (76a.), including two bungalows built under temporary licence.  D/EX 898/2/101/1-8  1953

1 bdl

Combe  [no ref.]  1927-1965

Sale catalogues, particulars and photographs of Combe Manor and estate, Combe.  D/EX 898/2/102/1-35  1927-1965

1 bdl

Compton  [no ref.]  1892-1946

Sale particulars of house called Danetree, Compton. (Includes hut used as office by Berkshire County Council, 1946.)  D/EX 898/2/103/1-2  [1930s], 1946

1 bdl

Sale particulars and colour photograph of house built in 1933-4 called Elm View, Compton.  D/EX 898/2/104/1-3  1936

1 bdl

Sale particulars and photographs of house called High Elms, Compton (built in 1856 as the vicarage).  D/EX 898/2/105/1-8  c.1937

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Thorndown, Compton, advertised as suitable for dog breeding or conversion into [horse] training establishment.  D/EX 898/2/106  c.1936

1 doc

Sale particulars, with plan, of estate called Woodrows, Compton (207a.), including house, farm buildings, two ponds and four labourers' cottages.  D/EX 898/2/107/1-2  1892

1 bdl

Crowthorne  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of house called Fincham End, Crowthorne.  D/EX 898/2/108  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of The Red House, Crowthorne, built in 1907, adjoining East Berkshire Golf Course and "of special appeal to golfing enthusiasts".  D/EX 898/2/109/1-2  1934

1 bdl

Curridge  [no ref.]  1930s-1960s

Letting particulars of The Bungalow, Curridge.  D/EX 898/2/110  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of The Cottage, Curridge.  D/EX 898/2/111/1-3  1952

1 bdl

Sale particulars and photographs of The Little House, Curridge.  D/EX 898/2/112/1-8  [1950s, 1960s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of the Parsonage (later The Old Parsonage House or Parsonage House), Curridge.  D/EX 898/2/113/1-5  [c.1910s, 1940s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of five cottages at Curridge Green, Curridge.  D/EX 898/2/114  1933

1 doc

Didcot  [no ref.]  c.1932

Sale particulars of apple and plum orchard (18½a., trees planted 1918-19) with sheds and pigsties, Didcot.  D/EX 898/2/115  c.1932

1 doc

Easthampstead  [no ref.]  1937

Letting particulars of the Home Farm, Easthampstead (farmhouse, 6 cottages and 444a.).  D/EX 898/2/116  1937

1 doc

Enborne  [no ref.]  1930s-1950s

Draft sale particulars, schedule of fixtures and fittings and letter regarding purchaser's possible offer for some of same, re. Enborne House (including gardener's and chauffeur's cottages), Enborne.  D/EX 898/2/117/1-11  1934

1 bdl

Illustrated sale catalogue (with plan) and photographs of Enborne Lodge estate, Enborne.  D/EX 898/2/118/1-9  1938

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Peregrine Cottage, Enborne.  D/EX 898/2/119  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of smallholding (house, shop, smithy and 18 acres pasture) opposite the Craven Arms, Enborne.  D/EX 898/2/120  1933

1 doc

Faringdon  [no ref.]  c.1932

Sale particulars of Coxwell Poultry Farm, Faringdon.  D/EX 898/2/121  c.1932

1 doc

Finchampstead  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Letting particulars of house called Agates Meadow and grounds (35a.), Finchampstead.  D/EX 898/2/122  [1930s]

1 doc

Frilsham  [no ref.]  1930s

Sale particulars of house called The Firs, Frilsham.  D/EX 898/2/123  c.1933

1 doc

Sale particulars of The Firs Cottage, Frilsham. [Sold by vendor of D/EX 898/2/123.]  D/EX 898/2/124  [c.1933]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Hawkridge Farm (four cottages and 100a. land, part of Yattendon House Estate).  D/EX 898/2/125  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of the Manor House, Frilsham.  D/EX 898/2/126  [1930s]

1 doc

East Garston  [no ref.]  1937-1969

Letting particulars of Mabberleys Farmhouse and smallholding (4a.), East Garston.  D/EX 898/2/127  1937

1 doc

Illustrated sale catalogue, photographs, and schedule of fixtures and fittings of Manor Farm or East Garston Manor (manor house, farm buildings, farm manager's bungalow, pair of cottages in East Garston village, 399a. land including a gallop on the Downs, and lordship of manor of East Garston); and 74 acres of arable and woodland called Hasham's; all in East Garston.  D/EX 898/2/128/1-19  1969

1 bdl

East Garston and Lambourn  [no ref.]  1919

Illustrated sale catalogue, with plan, of Eastbury and East Garston Estates.  D/EX 898/2/129/1-9  1919

1 bdl

East Garston, Lambourn and Great Shefford  [no ref.]  1941

Sale catalogue of Maidencourt estate (including Maidencourt Farm and Lodge Farm, 457a., in East Garston and Great Shefford; cottage called Potters Barn and 306a., in East Garston and Great Shefford; and Warren Farm and Littleworth, 649a., in East Garston and Lambourn).  D/EX 898/2/130/1-4  1941

1 bdl

Greenham  [no ref.]  1923-1963

Sale catalogues and particulars of Bishop's Green Farm, Greenham, 1923 (includes pair of cottages adjoining farm), 1932 (includes two pairs of cottages), 1938 (includes pair of cottages), 1963 (includes bungalow built in 1950s instead of old farmhouse).  D/EX 898/2/131/1-12  1923-1963

1 bdl

Sale catalogue of Bishop's Green Farmhouse, Bishop's Green, [Greenham].  D/EX 898/2/132/1-2  [1960s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of pair of cottages at Bishop's Green, [Greenham].  D/EX 898/2/133  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale catalogues, 1928, and particulars, n.d. [1930s], and photographs of Greenham Court, [Greenham]. (First sale catalogue, April 1928, includes 11a. building land in Monkey Lane, Greenham, and no. 1 Court Cottages, The Folly, Stroud Green.)  D/EX 898/2/134/1-15  1928, [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Alders, Greenham Common, Greenham.  D/EX 898/2/135/1-2  1938, [1950s]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of house called Alderwood and out-buildings including two cottages and heated photographic room, Greenham Common, Greenham.  D/EX 898/2/136  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Bishops Green, Greenham Common, Greenham.  D/EX 898/2/137  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars (1933) and sale particulars (n.d. [c.1950s]) of house called The Firs, Greenham Common, Greenham.  D/EX 898/2/138/1-2  1933 [1950s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Green Trees and premises including two cottages, Greenham Common, close to Greenham Air Base, Greenham.  D/EX 898/2/139  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale catalogue, poster, photographs and plan of cottage called Hill View, Greenham Common, Greenham.  D/EX 898/2/140/1-7  1935

1 bdl

Letting particulars of house called Round Oak, Greenham.  D/EX 898/2/141  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars (n.d. [1940s, early 1950s]) and catalogue (1949) of Wentworth House, Stroud Green, Greenham.  D/EX 898/2/142/1-6  1940s-1950s

1 bdl

Greenham, Newbury and Reading  [no ref.]  1950

Sale catalogue of house called Elmhurst, Stroud Green, [Greenham]; house called Yewhurst, Stroud Green, [Greenham]; Northbrook House, 39 Oxford Street, Newbury; 175, 177 and 179 Andover Road, Newbury; and 5 and 7 Richmond Road, Reading.  D/EX 898/2/143/1-3  1950

1 bdl

Grove  [no ref.]  1936

Sale particulars of unnamed modern residence in Grove.  D/EX 898/2/144/1-2  1936

1 bdl

East Hagbourne  [no ref.]  c.1932

Sale particulars of Parsonage Farm House, East Hagbourne.  D/EX 898/2/145  c.1932

1 doc

West Hagbourne  [no ref.]  c.1932

Sale particulars of cottage called The Gem, West Hagbourne.  D/EX 898/2/146  c.1932

1 doc

Hampstead Norreys  [no ref.]  1930s-1940

Letting particulars of bungalow called Bellavista, including pigsties in garden, on outskirts of Hampstead Norreys village.  D/EX 898/2/147  1940

1 doc

Letting particulars and schedule of fixtures and fittings of the Manor House, Hampstead Norreys.  D/EX 898/2/148/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Southridge Cottage, Hampstead Norreys.  D/EX 898/2/149/1-2  1936, [1930s]

1 bdl

Hamstead Marshall  [no ref.]  1976

Illustrated sale catalogues (with plans) of the Craven Hill Estate, Hamstead Marshall.  D/EX 898/2/150/1-22  1976

1 bdl

East Hanney  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of house called Ivydene, near the Post Office, East Hanney.  D/EX 898/2/151  [1930s]

1 doc

West Hanney  [no ref.]  1936

Sale particulars of The Bungalow, Winter Lane, West Hanney.  D/EX 898/2/152/1-2  1936

1 bdl

East and West Hendred  [no ref.]  1931-1932

Letting particulars of Ginge Farm (620a.), East and West Hendred.  D/EX 898/2/153/1-2  1931-1932

1 bdl

Hermitage  [no ref.]  1932-1972

Sale particulars of house called Adanac, Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/154  1933

1 doc

Letting particulars of Aurica Cottage, Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/155  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars, n.d. [early 1930s], and agreements for tenancy and inventories of furniture, fixtures and fittings of house called Bankside, Hermitage, 1951-1964, and copy application to develop land, n.d. [1960s].  D/EX 898/2/156/1-85  1930s-1964

1 bdl

Sale catalogue and poster of Blenheim House and house called Hillcrest (formerly Reynolds), both in Hermitage, 1938, and letting particulars of Hillcrest, n.d. [1930s].  D/EX 898/2/157/1-6  1938, [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Crossways, Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/158  [1940s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Drayton Lodge, Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/159/1-2  1933, [1930s]

1 bdl

Valuation of Fairfield Nurseries (nursery and garden centre), Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/160/1-3  1972

1 bdl

Sale catalogues and particulars of Fir Tree Cottage, Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/161/1-12  1931, 1934

1 bdl

Sale catalogue (1966) and particulars (1956, 1970) of The Gabled House, Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/162/1-4  1956-1970

1 bdl

Sale particulars (1936, 1960), catalogue (1960) and photographs of Hermitage Farm (house and 13 or 14 acres), Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/163/1-8  1936, 1960

1 bdl

Sale catalogue (with plan) and particulars of Hermitage House, Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/164/1-4  1932, c.1935

1 bdl

Contents:
(Sale catalogue, 1932, includes four acres pasture land and pretty woodland adjoining Doctors Lane, the Chieveley-Hermitage road and the Hermitage-Newbury road, with farm buildings and Hermit's Well; nine acres land on Chieveley-Hermitage road and Doctors Lane; two cottages opposite Hermitage House; and orchard (¼a.) at corner of Doctors Lane and Hermitage-Newbury road; all in Hermitage.)

Sale catalogue, particulars and photographs of Slanting Hill House (new house, Slanting Hill, 1933), Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/165/1-5  1933, 1963

1 bdl

Sale particulars of The Vicarage Cottage (adjoining the grounds of the Vicarage), Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/166  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called The Yews, next to Post Office, Hermitage.  D/EX 898/2/167  [1930s]

1 doc

Hermitage Newbury and out-county  [no ref.]  1917

Sale catalogue of Yew Cottage, Hermitage; Sarum House (at corner of Enborne Road and Buckingham Road), 1-8 Sarum Cottages, Lansdowne Cottage, Buckingham Road, three cottages at The Folly, Stroud Green, and 7-8 and 14-15 Adeys Buildings, York Road, Stroud Green, all in Newbury; and cottages called Hazelmere and Brierley, Burghclere Common, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/168  1917

1 doc

Hungerford  [no ref.]  1898-1972

Sale particulars of 10 Bridge Street; The Bungalow, Park Street, with two houses and building site adjoining; and Buckland House, 7 Oxford Street, Eddington; all in Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/169/1-2  1935

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Charnham Lodge, Hungerford, n.d. [early 1930s], c.1934, 1937.  D/EX 898/2/170/1-3  1930s

1 bdl

Sale particulars of flat, 2 Church Street, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/171  c.1953

1 doc

Sale particulars and poster of Wiltshire House, Church Street, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/172/1-7  1936

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 1-3 Croft Villas, The Croft, Hungerford, 1933, with front elevation of plans (by Fred. W. Albury of Reading, architect] of four "residenses" (sic) [1-4 Croft Villas], 1907.  D/EX 898/2/173/1-6  1907, 1933

1 bdl

Letting particulars of house called Pinks, The Croft, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/174  1938

1 doc

Letting particulars of [Croft House], The Croft, Hungerford (formerly in occupation of Mr E. C. Townsend).  D/EX 898/2/175  [early 1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and photographs of the Eddington Estate, Hungerford (Eddington House, Great Hidden Farm, North Denford Farm, three cottages at Eddington House, pair of cottages on Hungerford-Wantage road, pair of cottages at Great Hidden Farm, and five cottages in Denford Lane).  D/EX 898/2/176/1-6  1966

1 bdl

Sale particulars of the Eddington Nursery Gardens (cottage and 5a.), London-Bath road, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/177/1-2  1932

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Buckland House, Eddington, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/178  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Ham Rectory, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/179  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of shop (later Earles Stores), next to the Post Office, High Street, Hungerford, c.1933, and letting particulars of flat above shop (with common rights on Hungerford Common and fishing three days a week), c.1937.  D/EX 898/2/180/1-2  1935, c.1937

1 bdl

Letting particulars of house called the Holt, High Street, Hungerford (with common and fishing rights), with agreement to let, 1937.  D/EX 898/2/181/1-5  1937, [c1940]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of The Old House, High Street, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/182/1-2  1938

1 bdl

Draft agreement and notes relating to sale of High Street Dairy business, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/183/1-2  1933

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Wilton House, 33 High Street, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/184/1-3  [1950s], 1975

1 bdl

Letting particulars of house in High Street, Hungerford (unidentified; with fishing rights).  D/EX 898/2/185  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of 8 acres arable land in Fair View Road; Georgian house in the High Street with farm buildings (entrance from Fair View Road); and 4 acres land in Priory Road, all in Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/186  1917

1 doc

Sale particulars and structural report and valuation of house called The Yews and 9a. grounds, Newtown, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/187/1-7  [1950s], 1962

1 bdl

Letting (n.d. [c.1933, mid 1930s] and sale (1960) particulars of Parsonage Farmhouse, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/188/1-3  [1930s]; 1960

1 bdl

Sale catalogue, 1932, and schedule of tenants' fixtures and fittings, 1952, of The Priory (house, cottage and 30a. grounds), Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/189/1-6  1932, 1952

1 bdl

Sale particulars of eight new houses in Priory Road, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/190  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars, 1952 and n.d. [1980s], and letting particulars, n.d. [1950s], of The Grey Cottage (formerly called Prospect House), 1 Prospect Road, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/191/1-4  1952-[1980s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of the Railway Tavern, adjoining the station, and building site adjoining the station and Park Street, both in Hungerford, 1898, with letter and copies of plan relating to land adjoining the Railway Tavern, 1956.  D/EX 898/2/192/1-6  1898-1956

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Standen Manor (house, grounds including cricket pitch and 564 acres), Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/193  1938

1 doc

Sale particulars of 46 acres land at North Standen Road, Hungerford.  D/EX 898/2/194/1-7  1972

1 bdl

East Ilsley, Newbury and out-county  [no ref.]  1938

Sale catalogue (with plans) of the East Ilsley Estate  D/EX 898/2/195  1938

1 doc

Contents:
(Beech Tree Hedge or Church Farm, East Ilsley (470a.), Melcombe House, East Ilsley, Trilby Cottage, East Ilsley, East Ilsley Farm, East Ilsley (523a.), White Hall Cottages, East Ilsley, 85 and 85a Northbrook Street, Newbury, Temple and Totterdown Farms (with five cottages, total 673a.), Marlborough, Wiltshire, the Foundry House (house and foundry premises, suitable for motor garage), Knighton Road, Ramsbury, Wiltshire, 4a. water meadow adjoining same, Knighton Road, Ramsbury, Wiltshire, and 3a. plantation called The Poplars, Knighton Road, Ramsbury, Wiltshire.)

Inkpen  [no ref.]  c1900-1975

Letting particulars of Church Farm House, Inkpen.  D/EX 898/2/196  [1933-1936]

1 doc

Sale particulars of pair of cottages called Ambleside, c.1936, n.d. [1940s], and of same property converted into a single cottage now called Black Latches, Inkpen Common, Inkpen, 1953, with photographs and plan, c.1953.  D/EX 898/2/197/1-9  c.1936-1953

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called May Mead, the Lower Green, Inkpen.  D/EX 898/2/198  [c.1900]

1 doc

Letting particulars of house called Mount Pleasant, Inkpen.  D/EX 898/2/199/1-2  1933, [1938-1943]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of New Mill Cottage, at entrance of drive from Inkpen road to New Mill, Inkpen.  D/EX 898/2/200  c.1936

1 doc

Sale particulars of Cherry Tree Cottage (formerly three cottages), Sadlers Lane, Inkpen, n.d. [1930s], 1940, 1948.  D/EX 898/2/201/1-7  [1930s]-1948

1 bdl

Sale particulars and illustration (from press cutting) of Totterdown House and grounds (64a.), Inkpen.  D/EX 898/2/202/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Illustrated sale particulars of Mistletoe Cottage, Upper Inkpen, Inkpen.  D/EX 898/2/203/1-2  1983

1 bdl

Illustrated sale particulars of West Court, Inkpen.  D/EX 898/2/204/1-4  [late 1920s, c.1975]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of the Lodge at the drive to the Willows, Inkpen.  D/EX 898/2/205  [1930s]

1 doc

Kintbury  [no ref.]  1928-1975

Sale particulars and catalogues of house called Barrymores and grounds (25a.) Kintbury, 1932, 1945, 1966, n.d. [1970s], and photographs.  D/EX 898/2/206/1-14  1932-[1970s]

1 bdl

Front page of sale catalogue of Crux Cottage, Kintbury.  D/EX 898/2/207  1967

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Furzewicke, Church Street, Kintbury. (1933 sale particulars include cottage in Great Shefford and house called Bowcote, 114 Bath Road, Thatcham.)  D/EX 898/2/208/1-5  1933, [1950s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Gannets (formerly The Sheilings), The Street, Kintbury.  D/EX 898/2/209  [1950s]

1 doc

Agreement for tenancy (1924), letting particulars (1933), plan showing land taken for road widening (1957) and valuation of furniture and effects (1975), all relating to Halfway Cottage, Kintbury.  D/EX 898/2/210/1-14  1924-1975

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Halfway Manor Farm (10a.), Kintbury, with inventory of farming stock and goods.  D/EX 898/2/211/1-4  1933

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called The Firs (adjoining property in D/EX 898/2/209), High Street, Kintbury.  D/EX 898/2/212  1940

1 doc

Illustrated sale catalogue (with plans) of Inglewood House estate, Kintbury.  D/EX 898/2/213/1-4  1928

1 bdl

Sale particulars of St John's College [formerly Inglewood House] and grounds (40a.), Kintbury, and press cutting reporting proposed sale (backed with sale particulars of Anzio House, Newbury Road, Lambourn.) [St John's College was a training centre for novices of the Roman Catholic De La Salle order of priests from 1929 to 1971.]  D/EX 898/2/214/1-4  1971

1 bdl

Sale particulars and photographs of Inglewood Lodge and grounds (15a.), Kintbury. (1933 particulars backed with particulars of three villas, Fairview, Hungerford.)  D/EX 898/2/215/1-5  1933, 1968

1 bdl

Letting and sale particulars of house called Cullamores, Inkpen Road, Kintbury.  D/EX 898/2/216  [1950s, 1970s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of pair of cottages called The Nest and The Willows, Kintbury.  D/EX 898/2/217  1939

1 doc

Illustrated sale particulars of house called Mount Pleasant, with barn and cottage, Kintbury.  D/EX 898/2/218/1-5  1981

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Radley Farmhouse, Kintbury.  D/EX 898/2/219  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Winding Wood Farmhouse, Kintbury.  D/EX 898/2/220  1933

1 doc

Sale particulars (1933), photographs and schedule of landlord's fixtures and fittings (1951) relating to estate called Wormstall (mansion house, bailiff's house, two lodges, three cottages and 174a.).  D/EX 898/2/221/1-22  c.1933, 1951

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house and farm (15a., unnamed) on outskirts of Kintbury village.  D/EX 898/2/222/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Lambourn  [no ref.]  1932-1973

Sale particulars of Chandos Cottages, Baydon Road, and block of six cottages in Newbury Street, all in Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/223/1-2  1938

1 bdl

Sale particulars of smallholding (iron house and 17a.) called Chipping Lodge, Lambourn, and letting particulars of house and outbuildings only.  D/EX 898/2/224/1-3  1932

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Cozey Lodge training establishment, Lambourn (5a.)  D/EX 898/2/225  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and catalogue of Eastbury House and adjoining cottage and loose boxes, Eastbury, Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/226/1-4  1936

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Foxbury House, Newbury Street, Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/227  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and photograph of Foxbury Lodge, Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/228/1-3  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of smallholding (house and 17a.) called Fair View, Long Hedge, Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/229/1-2  1955

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Middle Farm (522a.), Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/230  1933

1 doc

Sale catalogue of New Barn Farm (155a., possibly suitable for conversion for bloodstock or a jumping trainer), Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/231/1-3  1970

1 bdl

Sale particulars (n.d. [early 1930s], 1933) and illustrated catalogue (1946) and photograph of Berea Lodge, Sheepdrove, Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/232/1-7  1930s-1946

1 bdl

Illustrated sale catalogue of College Farm, Sheepdrove, Lambourn (cottage, 235a. and planning permission for farmhouse); Drove Farm, Sheepdrove, Lambourn (farmhouse, "bungalow shack" in Chestnut Lane and 50a.); Drove Farm Bungalow and paddock (8a.), Sheepdrove, Lambourn; and 39a. land adjoining Sheepdrove and Gloynes Road, with fodder store, Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/233/1-5  1973

1 bdl

Sale particulars of smallholding (bungalow and 3½a.), Sheepdrove, Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/234  1933

1 doc

Sale particulars of Sheepdrove Cottage, Lambourn, n.d. [1930s], photograph, and letter to purchaser suggesting resale, 1938.  D/EX 898/2/235/1-4  1930s

1 bdl

Sale catalogue of training establishment called Southbank.  D/EX 898/2/236/1-3  1967

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Valley View, Station Road, Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/237/1-4  [1950s, c.1970]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of cottage called Stony Close ("carefully modernised for the occupation of a lady"), Upper Lambourn, Lambourn.  D/EX 898/2/238  1936

1 doc

Sale particulars of Hills Farm (116a.), Lambourn Woodlands, and letter re planting of "Beards Farm".  D/EX 898/2/239/1-3  1932

1 bdl

Sale particulars of meadow (6¾a.), Baydon Road, Lambourn Woodlands, Lambourn, opposite the Chalkers Arms.  D/EX 898/2/240  [1930s]

1 doc

Leckhampstead  [no ref.]  1932-1949

Sale particulars of General Stores, Leckhampstead.  D/EX 898/2/241  c.1936

1 doc

Sale particulars, illustration (press cutting) and letter relating to sale of house called Highfield and grounds (9a.), Leckhampstead.  D/EX 898/2/242/1-3  1933

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Rowbury Farm (house, pair of cottages and 100a.), Leckhampstead.  D/EX 898/2/243  1949

1 doc

Sale particulars, with plan, of Ivy House Farm (14½a.) and pair of cottages adjoining called South View Cottages, Leckhampstead Thicket, Leckhampstead.  D/EX 898/2/244/1-3  1932

1 bdl

Letcombe Regis and Brightwaltham  [no ref.]  1910

Sale catalogue, with plan, of Coombe Farm (farmhouse, buildings, secondary homestead and 448a.), in Brightwaltham and Letcombe Regis.  D/EX 898/2/245  1910

1 doc

Longcot  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of house called The Close, Longcot.  D/EX 898/2/246  [1930s]

1 doc

Longworth  [no ref.]  c.1932

Sale particulars of farm called Sheephouse Field ("manor house type of farm house", pair of cottages and 145a.), Longworth Road, Longworth.  D/EX 898/2/247  c.1932

1 doc

Maidenhead  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Illustrated sale particulars of Kalayis House, Maidenhead.  D/EX 898/2/248  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and notes relating to house called Kiora and chauffeur's cottage, Maidenhead.  D/EX 898/2/249/1-2  [1950s]

1 bdl

Midgham  [no ref.]  [1950s]

Letting particulars of manager's house, three workshops, sheds, garage and blacksmith's shop, premises of Messrs Collier & Catley, suitable for "workshops, garage, filling station or wayside restaurant", Bath Road, Midgham.  D/EX 898/2/250/1-2  [1950s]

1 bdl

Midgham and other parishes  [no ref.]  1946

Illustrated sale catalogue, with plan, of Midgham Park estate, Brimpton, Bucklebury, Midgham and Woolhampton, and related papers.  D/EX 898/2/251/1-22  1946

1 bdl

North Moreton  [no ref.]  c.1932

Sale particulars of Orchard House, North Moreton.  D/EX 898/2/252  c.1932

1 doc

Newbury  [no ref.]  1911-1975

Sale particulars of house called Lyndhurst, Andover Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/253  [early 1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of 61 Andover Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/254  1956

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Canwick, 77 Andover Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/255  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called The Limes in 1911, Bartlemy Cottage, 1934 and n.d. [early 1930s], and Bartlemy House, n.d. [c.1950s, 1968], 121 Andover Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/256/1-6  1911-1968

1 bdl

Contents:
(Sale particulars of 1911 include adjoining labourer's cottage and farm (27a.), Andover Road, also adjoining High School, Buckingham Road and Frith Road. House used as small hotel in 1950s and bedsits in 1968.)

Sale particulars of Red Court, 124 Andover Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/257/1-2  [1950s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Okigwi, 139 Andover Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/258  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Woodside Cottage, 283 Andover Road, Newbury, and valuation of furniture and effects there vested in marriage settlement of Dr and Mrs G.P. Young.  D/EX 898/2/259/1-7  [1950s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of The Cottage and adjoining building site, Andover Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/260  1934

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Hillingdon, Andover Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/261  1930

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Littledene, Andover Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/262  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars and photograph of newly built house on Tydehams, Andover Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/263/1-2  [c.1960s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of [newly built] houses on Wendan Estate, Andover Road, Newbury, and list of houses sold, with purchaser's name and price paid (houses in Croft Road, Meadow Road and Wendan Road).  D/EX 898/2/264/1-2  1936

1 bdl

Sale particular of pair of newly built houses behind grounds of Newbury District Hospital at far end of Argyle Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/265  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of 16 Arthur Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/266  1933

1 doc

Sale particulars of 154 Bartholomew Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/267/1-2  1946

1 bdl

Sale catalogue of 1-6 Ashton Court  D/EX 898/2/268  1931

1 doc

Contents:
(At rear of 125 Bartholomew Street; 5, 7 and 9 Market Place; Clarewood, 19 Porchester Road; Ringwood, 20 Porchester Road; Nuttwood, 21 Porchester Road; Claremont, 22 Porchester Road; Caresbrook, 24 Porchester Road; Cingalee, 26 Porchester Road; orchard in Porchester Road; Edinburgh House, 26 Priory Road; and house called Speen View, West Mills; all in Newbury.

Sale particulars of house called The Chestnuts, 2 Bath Road, Newbury (divided into three flats).  D/EX 898/2/269/1-2  [1960s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of pair of [newly built] houses, Bath Road, between Newbury and Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/270  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of "Mr Houghton's new house", Bath Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/271  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Shottacre, 20 Battery End, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/272  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Rosemary, Benham Hill, Bath Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/273/1-2  1936

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Battledene, gardener's cottage, butler's cottage, lodge and 60a. grounds, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/274  c.1937

1 doc

Letting particulars of 1 Belvedere Drive, off Newtown Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/275  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly built houses in Berkley Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/276  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of The Pelican Café, The Broadway, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/277/1-5  1935

1 bdl

Illustrated sale catalogue, with plans, of The Queen's Arms, The Broadway; butcher's shop, hairdresser's shop and grocer's shop, The Broadway; Victoria House, Cattle Market Street, adjoining the Cattle Market; three shops in Cattle Market Street; two shops at corner of Cattle Market Street and Cheap Street; 3 acres building land on south side of Craven Road, near West Fields Station; 7 acres land, most let in allotments, next to the Lamb Inn, between Enborne Road and the Great Western Railway, including the Old Gravel Pits, site of the burning of the Newbury Martyrs; Kendrick House, Market Place; 3a. building land on west side of Newtown Hill, between the Rokeby Arms and the West Mead drive; 2a. pasture land adjoining the same, off Newtown Road; The Litten Hotel (formerly Newbury Grammar School), corner of Newtown and Argyle Roads; three cottages called Southview Cottages, Northcroft Lane; three cottages called Weaver's Almshouses, Northcroft Lane; garden plot suitable for building small house, on south side of Northcroft Lane adjoining Mr Andrews' coach building yard; 10-15 Oxford Street; and builder's premises and dwelling house (let to Messrs Hoskings Bros), West Mills; all in Newbury and the property of the Governors of St Bartholomew's Grammar School.  D/EX 898/2/278/1-8  1921

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Courtlands, Buckingham Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/279  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale catalogue of Beacon Cottage, Ivy Cottage and building site, Burys Bank, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/280  1966

1 doc

Sale particulars of houses called Sundown and Avebury, Chandos Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/281  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of pair of newly erected houses, Chandos Road, Newbury (very similar to D/EX 898/2/281).  D/EX 898/2/282  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of 25 Cheap Street (shop and three cottages), Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/283  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of 62 Cheap Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/284/1-2  1933, [1970s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Inglewood, 2 Chesterfield Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/285/1-2  [1950s, 1960s]

1 bdl

Letting (1935) and sale (1977) particulars of Hazelthorpe, 5 Chesterfield Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/286/1-2  1935, 1977

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 19 Chesterfield Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/287  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of 25 Chesterfield Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/288  [early 1930s]

1 doc

Agreement for tenancy (1932) and sale particulars (1933, 1952) of Collindene, 2 Clifton Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/289/1-3  1932-1952

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 15 Clifton Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/290  1936

1 doc

Sale particulars of Winton, 21 Clifton Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/291/1-4  1961

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Tynewydd (later Burley), 42 Clifton Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/292/1-2  [1950s, 1970s]

1 bdl

Letting (1936) and sale particulars of Armidale, 44 Clifton Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/293/1-3  1936, [1950s]

1 bdl

Inventory of furniture and fixtures and fittings at 46 Clifton Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/294/1-25  [1970s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Benham View, Clifton Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/295/1-5  1934

1 bdl

Sale particulars of plot of land at rear of 19 Craven Road; of 14 and 16 (formerly 16 and 17) Derby Road; and of Victoria House, Market Street; all in Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/296/1-2  1936

1 bdl


Related information: [See also D/EX 898/2/306.]

Sale particulars of 26 Craven Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/297/1-2  1933

1 bdl

Sale particulars of St Anne's, 32 Craven Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/298  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of The Acacias, 36 and 38 Craven Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/299  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of 48 Craven Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/300/1-3  1957

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Waterloo and Westleigh, 48 and 50 Craven Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/301/1-3  1938

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 73 Craven Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/302  1930s

1 doc

Sale particulars of Glenavon, 148 Craven Road, and large plot of garden ground including tennis lawn and studio opposite the house, on corner of Craven Road and Green Lane, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/303/1-2  1932

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Aucland House, Craven Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/304  1930s

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly built semi-detached houses on south side of Craven Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/305  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of 1-2 and 16-17 Derby Road, pair of unnumbered cottages in Derby Road, and 76-77 Gloucester Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/306  1921

1 doc


Related information: [See also D/EX 898/2/296.]

Sale catalogue of 1 Bartholomew Street; The Thatched Cottage, Rose Cottage and Derby House, Derby Road; Homemead and building plot, Frith Road; Homefield, Coronation Flats, Stargrove Terrace, 1-6 Kingsbridge Cottages, large contractor's yard and premises (at rear of Homemead, Frith Road), and four building plots, all Kingsbridge Road; Ivy House, Queen's Road; Shawbridge House; 2½a. land near Shaw Bridge; 8a. pasture land at rear of Shaw Crescent; and two shops in Shaw Road, at corner of St Richard's Road; The Speedwell, corner of Charles Street and Essex Street, Wash Common; and Speedwell Cottage, Essex Street, Wash Common; all in Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/307/1-3  1919

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Annandale, 2 Donnington Square, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/308/1-3  1955

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 19 Donnington Square, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/309/1-2  1934

1 bdl

Sale particulars, photographs and plans of 26 Donnington Square, Newbury, with draft agreement to let, 1939.  D/EX 898/2/310/1-18  1937-1939

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 28-29 Donnington Square; Compton Cottages, London Road; Stone Cottages, 17-19 Marsh Road; and 27 Shaw Crescent; all Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/311/1-2  1928

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 28-29 Donnington Square, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/312/1-2  1933

1 bdl

Letting (1935) and sale (n.d. [1950s]) particulars, and draft lease for seven years (1935) of 28 Donnington Square, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/313/1-5  1935, [1950s]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of 29 Donnington Square, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/314  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Braemar, 43 Enborne Grove, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/315  [1940s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Chez Nous, Enborne Grove, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/316  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of new house near Chez Nous, Enborne Grove, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/317  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house at far end of Enborne Grove, Newbury, nearly opposite Chez Nous.  D/EX 898/2/318  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Littlecot, Enborne Grove, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/319  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Melville, Enborne Grove, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/320  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of new house, Enborne Grove, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/321  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Brooklands, 32 Enborne Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/322  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of 39 Enborne Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/323  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Weston, 58 Enborne Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/324  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and photograph of 65 Enborne Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/325/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Navarre, 73 Enborne Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/326  [1930s]

1 doc

Illustrated sale particulars and survey of 87 Enborne Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/327/1-6  1969

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Homemead, Frith Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/328  [1950s]

1 doc


Related information: [See also D/EX 898/2/307.]

Letting and sale particulars of Clwyd Lodge, Garden Close Lane, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/329/1-4  [1950s-60s], 1965

1 bdl

Sale catalogues of Netherwood, Garden Close Lane, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/330/1-13  1960, 1965

1 bdl

Letting particulars of 61 Gloucester Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/331  1934

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly built semi-detached houses in Gloucester Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/332  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Elston, 111 Greenham Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/333  1933

1 doc

Letting particulars of 117 Greenham Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/334  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting and sale particulars of Avalon, 125 Greenham Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/335/1-2  [1930s, 1950s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 129 Greenham Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/336  1933

1 doc

Sale particulars and colour photograph of The Hollies, Greenham Road, Newbury, opposite Stroud Green.  D/EX 898/2/337/1-3  [1970s]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of St Johns Villa, Greenham Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/338  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly built semi-detached houses in Greenham Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/339  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Woodbine, Hambridge Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/340/1-3  1934

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Springdale, 34 Howard Road, Newbury (suitable for use as "high-class private guest house").  D/EX 898/2/341/1-6  1936

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 12 and 15 Jubilee Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/342/1-2  1933

1 bdl


Related information: [See also D/EX 898/2/435.]

Sale particulars of new house in Jubilee Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/343/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars (1936) and valuation (1977) of 36 Kingsbridge Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/344/1-4  1936, 1977

1 bdl

Sale particulars of "Mr Samuels new houses" in Kingsbridge Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/345  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Nestlea, Kings Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/346  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and photographs of Knightsbridge House, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/347/1-6  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale catalogue, with plan, of row of six cottages, 9-19 (odd numbers) Livingstone Road; building estate (23a.) at Sandleford Grove, Newtown Road, adjoining the Green Lane, Pinchington Lane and Winchester Road; and building site (5a.) opposite Sandleford Grove, adjoining Pinchington Lane and Winchester Road; all in Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/348/1-4  1933

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Chez Nous, 70 London Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/349  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars and illustrated catalogue of Craven Dene, 174 London Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/350/1-7  1932, [c.1932]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of 3 Beaconsfield Terrace, London Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/351  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Brook House and Brook Cottage, London Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/352/1-3  1951

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Ham Lodge, London Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/353/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Redfield, London Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/354  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Two Rivers, London Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/355/1-2  [1930s], 1951

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 11 Market Place, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/356  1933

1 doc

Sale particulars of Victoria House, Market Street (adjoining market), Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/357  [late 1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Greenham Mill and other buildings on site, Mill Lane, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/358  [1970s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Greenham Mill House, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/359  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Upwey, Monk's Lane, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/360  1937

1 doc

Sale particulars of bungalow and 6½ a. land at top of Newtown Hill, Monks Lane, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/361  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of new houses in Monks Lane, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/362/1-2  [1930s], 1939

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 15 Newport Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/363  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Hallam, 32 Newport Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/364  1933

1 doc

Letting (1937) and sale (1954, 1970) particulars, of Gleadlands, 116 Newtown Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/365/1-3  1937-1970

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Leahurst, Newtown Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/366  1921

1 doc

Sale catalogue (with plan) of Westmead (house and 15a.), Newtown Road, and Westmead Estate (42 building sites adjoining Monks Lane, Newtown Road and Old Newtown Road), Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/367/1-6  1931

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Westwold, Newtown Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/368  [early 1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of new house in Newtown Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/369  [1930s]

1 doc

Schedule of condition of Northbrook House, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/370/1-3  1945

1 bdl

Letting particulars and letter relating to office accommodation on first and second floors of 47/48 Northbrook Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/371/1-2  1933, [c.1934]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 85 and 85a Northbrook Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/372/1-3  1932

1 bdl

Letting particulars of flat in Northbrook Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/373  [1950s]

1 doc

Draft sale particulars and tracing of plan of house called The Paddocks, Old Newtown Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/374/1-3  [1950s]

1 bdl

Sale catalogue and particulars of Ormonde House, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/375/1-5  1923, [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale catalogue and particulars of The High House, 37 Oxford Street, Newbury, and adjoining cottage, 35 Oxford Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/376/1-4  1939

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Greenacres Boarding Kennels (house, kennels, cattery and caravan site), Pinchington Lane, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/377  1972

1 doc

Sale particulars of Pomona, 10 Porchester Road (at corner of Chesterfield Road), Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/378  1934

1 doc

Sale particulars (1933) and inventory of furniture and fittings (1950) of 16 Porchester Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/379/1-52  1933, 1950

1 bdl

Sale particulars of newly built bungalow on western side of Pound Lane, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/380  1936

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly built semi-detached house on eastern side of Pound Lane, Newbury (between Newbury and Thatcham).  D/EX 898/2/381  [c.1936]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Rosemore, 14 Pound Street, Newbury (suitable for boarding house).  D/EX 898/2/382  1933

1 doc

Sale particulars of 22 Pound Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/383  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Elton, Pound Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/384  c.1936

1 doc

Sale particulars of Hinton House, Pound Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/385  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of The Rectory, Pound Street, Newbury (suitable for conversion into school, hotel, institution or flats).  D/EX 898/2/386  1933

1 doc

Letting particulars of Welwyn, Pound Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/387  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of 7 Priory Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/388  [1960s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Edinburgh House, 26 Priory Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/389  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of 3 Queen's Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/390  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of 21 Queen's Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/391  early [1930s]

1 doc

Draft sale particulars of 62 Queen's Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/392  [1920s-30s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of proposed shop unit to be built adjoining Newbury Laundry, Queen's Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/393  [1960s]

1 doc

Illustrated sale catalogue and particulars of Harbury House, Queen's Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/394/1-3  1934, [late 1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of St Hilarys, St John's Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/395  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Marksbury, Shaw Hill, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/396  1932

1 doc

Sale catalogue, with plan, of The Lawn (house, two cottages and grounds (10a.) adjoining Bath Road, Speen Hill, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/397  1934

1 doc

Sale particulars and site plans of pair of cottages called Greenham Court Cottages, [Springfield or Springhurst Lane], Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/398/1-4  c.1936

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 1 Greenham Court Cottages, Springfield Lane, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/399  c.1964

1 doc

Sale particulars of Ashridge, Station Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/400  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of The Old Barn, Stroud Green, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/401  c.1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Elmsleigh, Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/402  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Gorselands, Andover Road, Wash Common, Newbury (used as preparatory school before 1961 sale).  D/EX 898/2/403/1-3  [1950s], 1961

1 bdl

Sale particulars and catalogue of Oak Tree Cottage, Andover Road, Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/404/1-3  c.1932, 1959

1 bdl

Sale particulars of newly built semi-detached house on east side of Andover Road, Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/405  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Battlefield, Charles Street, Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/406  1936

1 doc

Sale particulars of Cranleigh, 17 Cromwell Road, Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/407/1-3  1932

1 bdl

Sale particulars of new house in Cromwell Road, Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/408  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale catalogue of four building sites in Essex Street, Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/409  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of 21 Falkland Road (corner of Charles Street), Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/410  1934

1 doc

Sale particulars of Ober Green, [Andover Road], Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/411  1929

1 doc

Sale particulars of St Alphege, Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/412  1934

1 doc

Sale particulars of Windwhistle, Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/413  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of [newly built] houses at Wash Common, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/414  1931

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Yew Tree Cottage and smallholding (8a. pasture and stream), Andover Road, Wash Water, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/415  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Gaythorn, Andover Road, Wash Water, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/416  [1940s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly built house adjoining River Enborne, Kings Farm, Wash Water, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/417  [1980s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Pine Grange, Wash Water, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/418  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Tentfield, Wash Water, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/419  1954

1 doc

Sale particulars of Thistledown, Andover Road, Wash Water, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/420  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Wood Edge, Andover Road, Wash Water, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/421  1935

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly built house in Wendan Road, Newbury, backed with sale particulars of Inkpen Cottage, Inkpen.  D/EX 898/2/422  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Benham View, Westfields, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/423  1930

1 doc

Sale particulars of 8 Westgate Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/424  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Cippenham, Westgate Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/425  [early 1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Newholme, Westgate Road, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/426  [1930s]

1 doc

Illustrated sale catalogue and photographs of The Old Mill House (divided into three flats), West Mills, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/427/1-3  1968

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Flat 2, Old Mill House, West Mills, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/428  1975

1 doc

Sale particulars of 41 and 41a West Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/429  1933

1 doc

Sale particulars of 76 West Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/430  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of 78 West Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/431/1-3  1948

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Poughley House, Woodland St Mary, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/432/1-3  1975

1 bdl

Newbury and Thatcham  [no ref.]  1934

Sale catalogues of Parkdale and Valley View, Benham Hill, Newbury; 64, 66 and 82 Northfield Road, Thatcham; and Howth and Rosedene, Pound Lane, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/433/1-4  1934

1 bdl

Newbury and Hampshire  [no ref.]  1955-1958

Sale catalogue, with plan, of Adbury Park estate (Adbury Farm, The North Lodge, Coldlands Farm, Coldlands Cottage, Broken Way Cottage, two additional cottages and land), [Newtown, Hampshire], and 17 and 60 Cheap Street, Newbury.  D/EX 898/2/434/1-8  1958

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 12 and 15 Jubilee Road, Newbury, and block of four cottages called Summerfield Cottages, East Woodhay, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/435/1-2  1955

1 bdl


Related information: [See also D/EX 898/2/342.]

Padworth  [no ref.]  1930s

Sale particulars, plan from sale catalogue and press cuttings relating to Padworth House Estate  D/EX 898/2/436/1-7  1933

1 bdl

Contents:
Padworth House and grounds, Home Farm, Lodge Farm including Padworth Mill and Padworth Lodge, Hatch Farm, Rag Hill smallholding, Firtree Cottage, Hare & Hounds Hotel, Bath Road, Round Oak public house, Padworth Common, The Manor House, The Croft, The White House, Yew Tree Cottage, Bramble Cottage, Bath Road Cottages, head gardener's cottage, Upper Lodge, Birch Cottage, Nursery Cottage, Block Cottages, Warren Cottages, Saunders Cottage, Keeper's Cottage, and Padworth Common (total 985 acres).

Sale particulars of bungalow, Bath Road, Padworth.  D/EX 898/2/437  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of cottage called Ladies Copse, Ragg Hill, Padworth.  D/EX 898/2/438  [1930s]

1 doc

Pangbourne  [no ref.]  [1950s]

Sale particulars of The Thatched Cottage, Pangbourne.  D/EX 898/2/439  [1950s]

1 doc

Peasemore  [no ref.]  1930s-1984

Sale particulars of Peasemore Rectory, Peasemore.  D/EX 898/2/440  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of building plot adjoining Fairview, Peasemore, with photograph [of Fairview?]  D/EX 898/2/441/1-4  1984

1 bdl

Reading  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of Cranwells, Whitley Wood Road, Reading.  D/EX 898/2/442  [1930s]

1 doc

Sandhurst  [no ref.]  [early 1930s]

Sale particulars of Ambarrow Court and grounds (22a. including entrance lodge and gardener's cottage), Sandhurst.  D/EX 898/2/443  [early 1930s]

1 doc

Shalbourne  [no ref.]  1930-1978

Sale particulars and copy site plan of newly built bungalow on Eastcourt Estate, Shalbourne.  D/EX 898/2/444/1-3  [early 1940s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of pair of cottages called Fairmount; cottage at Ropewind; house and smallholding or grass farm (12a.) called Rosewood Villa; cottage and meadow (1a.) called Ye Old Homestead; and block of five cottages and 2a. garden and allotment ground, with outhouses including a shop; all in Shalbourne.  D/EX 898/2/445  1930

1 doc

Letting particulars of farm called Hill View (farmhouse and 80a.), Shalbourne.  D/EX 898/2/446  1933

1 doc

Letting particulars of Shalbourne Manor [house], Shalbourne.  D/EX 898/2/447  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars and illustrated sale catalogues, with plans, of the Stype Estate, Shalbourne.  D/EX 898/2/448/1-20  1932, 1978

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Sale particulars of Wellgarth, Shalbourne.  D/EX 898/2/449  1963

1 doc

Sale particulars of country cottage just outside Shalbourne village.  D/EX 898/2/450  c.1931

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly built bungalow, Newtown, Shalbourne.  D/EX 898/2/451  [1930s]

1 doc

Shaw-cum-Donnington  [no ref.]  1930s-1980s

Sale particulars of Alexandra and Sunnyside Cottages (two blocks of four cottages each) at Donnington, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/452/1-3  [c.1930s]

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Letter concerning proposed purchase of Sunnyside Cottages by Newbury District Council, with plans and elevations.  D/EX 898/2/453/1-3  1962

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Bridge House, Donnington, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/454  [1930s]

1 doc

Illustrated sale catalogue, with plan, of Donnington Lodge and grounds including gardener's cottage and park (17a.); house called The Yews, and two cottages adjoining, one called Vine Villa; two cottages on Donnington Hill; and 1a. land close to Donnington Lodge; all in Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/455/1-6  1895

1 bdl

Sale particulars and letter concerning sale of Donnington Lodge, two cottages (one occupied by gardener, other by evacuees), and grounds (22a.), Shaw-cum-Donnington. (Reserves huts erected in grounds for use during war from sale.)  D/EX 898/2/456/1-5  1945

1 bdl

Illustrated sale particulars and photograph of 4 Donnington Square, Donnington, n.d. [c.1959], 1971, n.d. [late 1980s].  D/EX 898/2/457/1-8  c.1959-1980s

1 bdl

Sale particulars of The Mill House, adjoining the Old Mill, Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/458  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and photograph of Yewgate, Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/459/1-4  [1960s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Ilsley Villa; row of three houses called Clovelly, Homelea and Littlecote, Cromwell Road; pair of houses called Edgelets Villa and Edgecombe, Cromwell Road; 1-2 The Gables, Cromwell Road; building plot in Cromwell Road; builder's yard in Shaw Crescent, at rear of Shaw Post Office; and two pairs of houses called Sunnyside and Mount Pleasant, Stony Lane; all in Shaw, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/460/1-2  1932

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Sale particulars of The Nest, Cromwell Road, Shaw, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/461/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of newly built bungalow at far end of Cromwell Road, Shaw, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/462  [c.1932]

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly built house at far end of Cromwell Road, Shaw, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/463  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Cordon Cottage, Hermitage Road, Shaw, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/464  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Ilsley Villa, Shaw, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/465  [1930s]

1 doc


Related information: [See also D/EX 898/2/460.]

Sale particulars, illustrations and report on The Old Rectory, Shaw, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/466/1-6  1946

1 bdl

Sale particulars of "Perseverance" Cottage, or 2 Perseverance Cottages, Shaw, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/467/1-5  1934

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called St Margarets, Stoney Lane, Shaw, Shaw-cum-Donnington.  D/EX 898/2/468  1962

1 doc

East Shefford  [no ref.]  1891

Sale catalogue, with plan, of the Wickfield Estate, East Shefford: Wickfield Farm, East Shefford manor, bailiff's house, two cottages and 283a. land.  D/EX 898/2/469  1891

1 doc

Great Shefford  [no ref.]  early 1930s-1951

Sale particulars of Glebe Lodge, Great Shefford.  D/EX 898/2/470  [early 1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Henley Farm (house and 313a.), Great Shefford.  D/EX 898/2/471  1945

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Related information: [See also D/EX 898/2/478.]

Sale particulars of the Mill House, Great Shefford.  D/EX 898/2/472/1-2  [c.1937]

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Sale particulars of house called Mount Pleasant, Great Shefford.  D/EX 898/2/473/1-2  1951, [1950s]

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Sale particulars of farm stock at Hidden Farm, Shefford Woodlands.  D/EX 898/2/474  1933

1 doc

Letting particulars of Hidden Farmhouse, Shefford Woodlands.  D/EX 898/2/475  [1933]

1 doc

Agreement for tenancy of South Hidden Farmhouse, Shefford Woodlands.  D/EX 898/2/476  1933

1 doc

Letting particulars of house and grounds (4a.) including cottage, Shefford Woodlands.  D/EX 898/2/477  c.1936

1 doc

Great Shefford and other parishes  [no ref.]  1918

Sale catalogue, with plans, of property belonging to Queen's College, Oxford, in Baulking, Challow, Lambourn, Letcombe Bassett, Great Shefford, Uffington and Woolstone.  D/EX 898/2/478/1-10  1918

1 bdl

Sonning  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of White Croft, at corner of Bath Road and Pound Lane, Sonning.  D/EX 898/2/479  [1930s]

1 doc

Contents:
[Probably part of same development as D/EX 898/2/480.]

Sale particulars of newly built houses at Holme Park, Sonning, with illustration and plan of one type of house.  D/EX 898/2/480/1-6  [1930s]

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Speen  [no ref.]  1930s-1955

Sale particulars and illustration of Bagnor Manor (house, Bagnor Farm (233a.), two bungalows, six cottages, Knight's Farm (8a.), and Pitt King Farm (163a.)), adjoining River Lambourn, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/481/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Dulwich, Benham Hill, Speen, and correspondence re potential tenant John Dennis, lorry driver for Messrs Carter & Sons of Thatcham, tent and rope manufacturers.  D/EX 898/2/482/1-3  1934

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Sale particulars of Lucknow, Benham Hill, [Speen].  D/EX 898/2/483  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Midways, Benham Hill, [Speen].  D/EX 898/2/484  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Craven Lodge, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/485  1934

1 doc

Sale particulars of The Croft, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/486  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Haddo Cottage (formerly called Norfolk Lodge), Speen.  D/EX 898/2/487  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Holmby, Speen, with photographs of grounds.  D/EX 898/2/488/1-6  c.1932, 1951

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Sale particulars of Leighton Lodge, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/489/1-2  1933

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Sale particulars of The Old Posting House, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/490  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Rosecroft, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/491/1-3  [c. early 1930s] 1954

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Sale particulars of Speen Hill House, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/492  [early 1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars, plan and illustrations from sale catalogue of house called The Lawn and grounds (11a., including two cottages), Speen Hill, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/493/1-4  [1930s]

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Illustrated sale particulars of Speen House and grounds (11a.), and the Coach House, off drive to Speen House, and grounds (3a.)  D/EX 898/2/494/1-8  1983

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Sale particulars of house called Sun Hill (c.1932) or Sunhill, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/495/1-6  c.1932, 1955

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Letting particulars of house called Westcott, off Bath Road, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/496  c.1933

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Burghley, Woodspeen, Speen.  D/EX 898/2/497  1933

1 doc

Speenhamland  [no ref.]  1890-1930s

Sale particulars of pavilion and sports ground in Speenhamland, used as bowling green for Newbury Bowling Club and "reputed to be one of the oldest greens in the County", suitable for tennis courts, sports ground or housing development, backed with letting particulars of Mabberleys Farmhouse, East Garston.  D/EX 898/2/498  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of High House, Northbrook House, two cottages adjoining High House and four cottages in Oxford Street adjoining Albion House; all in Speenhamland.  D/EX 898/2/499  1890

1 doc

Spencers Wood  [no ref.]  c.1932

Sale particulars of Hill House, Spencers Wood.  D/EX 898/2/500  c.1932

1 doc

Stanford Dingley  [no ref.]  1930s-1970

Sale particulars of house called Brookside, Stanford Dingley.  D/EX 898/2/501  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and catalogues (1933, 1953, 1967), photographs and schedule of fixtures and fittings (1970) of Pangfield Farm, Stanford Dingley (240a.).  D/EX 898/2/502/1-34  1933-1970

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Contents:
(Includes four cottages, 1933, 1953, and 1-2 Pangfield Farm Cottages, 1967.)

Agreement for tenancy of 2 Rushden Cottages, Stanford Dingley.  D/EX 898/2/503  1967

1 doc

Stanford-in-the-Vale  [no ref.]  1932, 1936

Letting particulars of house called The Paddock or The Paddocks, Stanford-in-the-Vale.  D/EX 898/2/504/1-3  1932, 1936

1 bdl

Stockcross  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of The Gables, Stockcross.  D/EX 898/2/505  [1930s]

1 doc

Stratfield Mortimer  [no ref.]  [1930s], c.1958

Sale particulars and photographs of house called Gorselands, Mortimer Common, Stratfield Mortimer.  D/EX 898/2/506/1-4  [1930s], c.1958

1 bdl

Streatley  [no ref.]  1930s-1969

Sale particulars of Frimley Cottage and adjoining kennels for 50 dogs (with dogs' kitchen and infirmary), Streatley Hill, Streatley.  D/EX 898/2/507/1-3  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of The Holt, Streatley, on road from Streatley to the Golf Links.  D/EX 898/2/508  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Southmead, Streatley.  D/EX 898/2/509  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Southridge Farmhouse, Streatley.  D/EX 898/2/510  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of The Warren Farm (215a. and two cottages), Streatley Hill, Streatley.  D/EX 898/2/511/1-2  c.1932

1 bdl

Sale catalogue of Warren Farmhouse, cottage and paddocks (7a.), Streatley.  D/EX 898/2/512/1-3  1969

1 bdl

Sutton Courtenay  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of Hainton Lodge, Sutton Courtenay, on road leading to Milton.  D/EX 898/2/513  [1930s]

1 doc

Swallowfield  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale and letting particulars of house called Bound Oak, Swallowfield.  D/EX 898/2/514/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of cottage called Clythers, Swallowfield.  D/EX 898/2/515  c.1937

1 doc

Thatcham  [no ref.]  1919-1980s

Sale particulars of bungalow and market garden (2a.) called Springfield, Ashmore Green, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/516/1-2  c.1935

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house and smallholding (7½a.) called Springholme, and five building sites, all in Stone Lane, Ashmore Green, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/517  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of 32 Bath Road, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/518  1933

1 doc

Sale particulars of 112 Bath Road, Thatcham (newly built).  D/EX 898/2/519  c.1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Bowcott, 114 Bath Road, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/520  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of Entre Nous, 174 Bath Road, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/521  [1950s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and illustrated catalogue of Beverley (house and 6a. grounds), Bath Road, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/522/1-5  1924

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Fair Oak, Bath Road, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/523  c.1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Kornacott, Bath Road, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/524  c.1934

1 doc

Letting particulars, plan and schedule of Chamberhouse Farm, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/525/1-4  1933, 1941

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Chamberhouse Farmhouse, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/526  [1950s]

1 doc

Tenancy agreement for The Flat, Chamberhouse Farmhouse, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/527  1955

1 doc

Illustrated sale catalogues of The Priory, Church Lane, Thatcham, 1923, n.d. [early 1930s], 1949.  D/EX 898/2/528/1-7  1923-1949

1 bdl

Sale catalogue, with plan, of George's Farm, Crookham (193a.); common barn and smallholding (22a.) close to Newbury-Brimpton Road, opposite Travellers' Friend public house; arable field (18a.) on Newbury-Brimpton Road, adjoining George's Farm; bungalow and 24a. woodland and stream called Woodside; 32a. woodlands called Powell's Copse, Barn Gulley and Round Copse; and fishing rights in half of River Enborne adjoining George's Farm; all in Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/529  [1950s]

1 doc

Draft letting particulars of Hillside Cottage, Crookham Common, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/530  [1930s]

1 doc

Agreement for tenancy of house called Reynolds Barn, Crookham Common, Thatcham, 1959, annotated as draft agreement re. the Bailiffs House, Freemantle Park Farm, Hannington, Hampshire, 1961.  D/EX 898/2/531  1959, 1961

1 doc

Requests to purchase land adjoining Crown Acre Dairy, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/531A/1-3  1928

1 bdl

Illustrated sale catalogue, with map, of house called The Ham Manor and grounds (4a.), adjoining Kennet & Avon Canal, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/532  1919

1 doc

Sale particulars, catalogues, plans, photographs and inventory of Ham Mill, Stowers Cottage and premises, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/533/1-26  1921-c.1980s

1 bdl

Contents:
Includes illustrated sale catalogue, c.1938; sale particulars and illustrated catalogue, 1963; sale particulars, chauffeur's flat, 1971; illustrated inventory of fixtures, fittings and furniture, with schedule of conditions of same, 1974; illustrated sale particulars, n.d. [1970s-80s]; and photographs, n.d. [same date].

Sale particulars and catalogue of house called The Creek and grounds (7a.); 22a. pasture adjoining the same; and two bungalows adjoining the same; all at Henwick, Thatcham, near Hatchgate Farm and adjoining road from Newbury to Cold Ash.  D/EX 898/2/534/1-4  1935

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Sale particulars of Henwick Market Garden, [Thatcham], 1960, and inventories of stock relating to a tenancy, n.d. [1950s-60s].  D/EX 898/2/535/1-5  1960, [1950s-60s]

1 bdl

Illustrated sale particulars of Henwick Old Farm (house and grounds of 4½a.), Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/536/1-3  [1980s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Hill View, farm buildings, orchard and duck pond, Henwick, [Thatcham].  D/EX 898/2/537  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars and illustrated catalogues of house called Thornehill and grounds (4a.), Henwick, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/538/1-6  1935, 1937

1 bdl

Sale particulars and draft agreement for tenancy of bungalow, 3 Henwick Lane, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/539/1-5  1933

1 bdl

Sale particulars of 15 Henwick Lane, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/540  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of Lower Way Farm (house and 43a.), Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/541  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of 1-2 South View, Lowerway, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/542  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of pair of semi-detached houses, Lowerway, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/543/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Tundras, 38 Northfield Road, and Wychwood, 57 Northfield Road, Thatcham (latter annotated with details of former).  D/EX 898/2/544/1-6  1931-1932

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Sale particulars of 64, 66 and 82 Northfield Road, and Howth, Pound Lane, all in Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/545  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of 88 Northfield Road, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/546  [1933]

1 doc

Sale particulars of pair of semi-detached houses called Ash Villa and Oak Villa, Northfield Road, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/547  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars of newly erected houses in Northfield Road, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/548  [c.1932-1933]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called The Nook, off London-Bath Road on outskirts of village of Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/549/1-6  1933

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Yer Tiz, St John's Road, Thatcham.  D/EX 898/2/550  [1950s]

1 doc

Contents:
(Endorsed with notes relating to proposed sale of Old Mill House, West Mills, Newbury.)

Theale  [no ref.]  1946

Letting particulars of house called Waverley, off London-Bath Road, Theale.  D/EX 898/2/551  1946

1 doc

Tilehurst  [no ref.]  [1940s]

Sale particulars of house called Longleat and 14a. land, Long Lane, Tilehurst.  D/EX 898/2/552/1-3  [1940s]

1 bdl

Twyford  [no ref.]  [early 1930s]

Sale particulars of house called Loddon, Twyford.  D/EX 898/2/553  [early 1930s[

1 doc

Wallingford  [no ref.]  c.1932

Sale particulars of Howbery Farm (26a.) Wallingford.  D/EX 898/2/554  c.1932

1 doc

Wantage  [no ref.]  [1930s]-1950s

Sale particulars of cottage called Ben Travatore, Charlton Park, Wantage.  D/EX 898/2/555  [1930s]

1 doc

Letting particulars of Lattin Down Farm, Wantage.  D/EX 898/2/556  1933

1 doc

Sale particulars of Pe(e)wit Farm, Wantage.  D/EX 898/2/557/1-3  1941, [1950s]

1 bdl

Warfield  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of farmhouse, 20a. land and out-buildings called Warfield Dale, [Warfield].  D/EX 898/2/558  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house and farm (130a.) called Whitelocks, Warfield.  D/EX 898/2/559  c.1932

1 doc

Wargrave  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars and illustration of Wargrave Lodge, Wargrave.  D/EX 898/2/560/1-3  [1930s]

1 bdl

Illustration and draft sale particulars of house called Cowleys "built on site of old house".  D/EX 898/2/561  [1930s]

1 doc

Winterbourne  [no ref.]  1930s

Letting particulars of Penclose Farmhouse, [Winterbourne].  D/EX 898/2/562  c.1933

1 doc

Letting particulars of Winterbourne Farmhouse, Winterbourne.  D/EX 898/2/563  1932

1 doc

Sale particulars and plan of Winterbourne Farm (modern house, farm buildings, seven cottages and 256a.), Winterbourne.  D/EX 898/2/564/1-2  c.1937

1 bdl

Wokingham  [no ref.]  1932-c1937

Sale particulars of cottage and smallholding (5a.) called Billingbear Gardens, Wokingham.  D/EX 898/2/565  c.1934

1 doc

Sale particulars and illustration of house called Buckhurst, Wokingham.  D/EX 898/2/566/1-2  1932

1 bdl

Letting particulars of the Home Farm, Easthampstead Park Estate, Wokingham (house, farm buildings, six cottages and 444a.).  D/EX 898/2/567  1937

1 doc

Sale particulars of Hutts Farm (farmhouse and 8a.), Evendons Lane, Wokingham.  D/EX 898/2/568  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Battenhurst, Southlands Road, Wokingham.  D/EX 898/2/569  1922

1 doc

West Woodhay  [no ref.]  [1910s]

Letting particulars and photograph of house called Malthouse, West Woodhay.  D/EX 898/2/570/1-2  [1910s]

1 bdl

Woodley  [no ref.]  c.1932

Sale particulars of Colman's Moor Farmhouse, near River Loddon, Woodley.  D/EX 898/2/571  c.1932

1 doc

Woolhampton  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Letting particulars of house and 20a. woodland called Angels Copse, Woolhampton.  D/EX 898/2/572  1935

1 doc

Letting and sale particulars of house and 12a. woodland and garden called Horns Copse, Woolhampton.  D/EX 898/2/573/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars of house called Woottons adjoining Bucklebury Common, Woolhampton.  D/EX 898/2/574/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Buckinghamshire  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of house called Capenhurst, adjoining Bath Road, River Road and Maidenhead Bridge, Taplow, Buckinghamshire.  D/EX 898/2/575/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Dorset  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Letting particulars of Shroton Church Farm (house, five cottages and 290a.), Iwerne Courtenay, Dorset.  D/EX 898/2/576  1932

1 doc

Letting particulars of two cottages and smallholding (57a.) called Gard's Holding, Tarrant Monkton, Dorset.  D/EX 898/2/577/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Field Barn Farm, Tarrant Monkton, Dorset.  D/EX 898/2/578  1932

1 doc

Letting particulars of Tarrant Monkton Farm, Tarrant Monkton, Dorset.  D/EX 898/2/579/1-2  1932, [1950s]

1 bdl

Letting particulars of Tarrant Monkton Down Farm, Tarrant Monkton, Dorset.  D/EX 898/2/580  1932

1 doc

Essex  [no ref.]  1936

Sale particulars of 28 Chester Street, Cathall Road, 379 High Road, and 49 and 55 Norman Road, all Leytonstone, Essex.  D/EX 898/2/581  1936

1 doc

Gloucestershire  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of Glen View, Coombe Road, Wootton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire.  D/EX 898/2/582  [1930s]

1 doc

Hampshire  [no ref.]  c1920-1984

Sale particulars and photograph of Black Swan House, Abbotts Ann, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/583/1-2  [1930s]

1 bdl

Sale particulars, photograph and negative of Old Farm Cottage, Amport, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/584/1-3  c.1937

1 bdl

Sale particulars of Little Park (house, seven cottages, farm buildings and 500a; with poultry business), Andover, Hampshire  D/EX 898/2/585  [1930s]

1 doc

Sale particulars of house called Cromhurst, Picket Piece, Andover, Hampshire  D/EX 898/2/586  c.1932

1 doc

Letting particulars of house called Omsk, Appleshaw, Hampshire, backed with sale particulars of Sandford Farm, Kingsclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/587  c.1937

1 doc

Sale particulars, catalogue and illustration of interior of house and grounds (9a.) called Hilton, Ashford Hill, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/588/1-5  1932

1 bdl

Sale particulars (n.d. [c.1950s]), plan, illustration and structural report (1960) relating to Holt End, Ashford Hill, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/589/1-8  [c.1950s], 1960

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Sale particulars, catalogue and photographs of Ram Alley Farm, Ashford Hill, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/590/1-6  1961

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Sale particulars (n.d. [1933]), catalogue (1970) and photograph of Tucker's Hill Farm, Ashford Hill, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/591/1-5  [1933], 1970

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Related information: [See also D/EX 898/2/594.]

Sale particulars of bungalow and poultry farm (5a.) called Wheelers Land, Ashford Hill, Hampshire, on road from Kingsclere to Ashford Hill.  D/EX 898/2/592  [1930s]

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Letter concerning unsold land at Ashford Hill, Hampshire (part of Hackwood Estate).  D/EX 898/2/593  1933

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Sale catalogue, with plan, of Tuckers Hill Farm; cottage called South wood, Ashford Hill; and White Hall, Kingsclere Woodlands, Kingsclere, with illustrations of latter; all Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/594/1-4  1950

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Sale particulars of bungalow called Aylwood, Ashley Heath, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/595  c.1933

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Letting particulars (c.1932), photographs and survey reports (1965), relating to Ashmansworth House, Ashmansworth, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/596/1-12  c.1932, 1965

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Sale particulars of 4 Broom Cottages, Ball Hill, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/597/1-2  1936

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Sale particulars of West View, Ball Hill, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/598/1-3  1933, 1959

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Sale particulars of the same, and of a house and blacksmith's shop in Swan Street, Kingsclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/599  1933

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Letting particulars of The Cottage, Heath End, Baughurst, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/600  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Holly Bank, Baughurst, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/601  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Little Ham Farm, Baughurst, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/602  [1930s]

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Inventory of fixtures and fittings at The Flat, Little Ham Farm, [Baughurst], Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/602A/1-11  1953

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Sale particulars of Upper Farm, Baughurst, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/603/1-2  c.1932, [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house called Northbrook, Home Farm (175a.) and six cottages, with trout fishing in River Wey, Bentley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/604/1-2  20th century

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Sale particulars of Longbottom Farm, Crawlboys Farm and four cottages, Biddesden, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/605  c.1933

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Sale particulars of house called Mayfield, Binley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/606  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Durley Manor (manor house, Durley Manor Farm, Trullinghams Farm, Mincingfield Farm and 12 cottages), Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/607  c.1933

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Sale particulars of house, gardener's cottage and farm (26a.) called Tunbridge, Bramshott, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/608/1-2  [1930s]

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Illustrated sale catalogue of house called Budd's, Burghclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/609  1933

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Sale particulars of Burghclere Grange and grounds (74a.), Burghclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/610  [1930s]

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Letting particulars of Burghclere Manor [house], Burghclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/611  1934

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Sale catalogues and colour photograph of house called The Croft, Burghclere, Hampshire, 1933, 1960, 1968.  D/EX 898/2/612/1-12  1933-1968

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Sale particulars of Eeles Cottage, Burghclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/613/1-2  1949

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Sale particulars (1932) and structural survey (1976) of The Malt House, Burghclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/614/1-17  1932, 1976

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Letting particulars of house called Oaklea, Burghclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/615/1-2  1932, 1935

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Sale particulars and photographs of West Street Farmhouse, Burghclere, Hampshire, 1935, n.d. [1930s].  D/EX 898/2/616/1-5  1935, [1930s]

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Sale particulars, site plan and photographs of house called Little Culver, Winchester Road, Burghclere, Hampshire. (1937 sale particulars backed with particulars of house called Tucks Mead, Harrowdown Hill, Longworth.)  D/EX 898/2/617/1-11  c.1937, [1930s, 1970s]

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Sale catalogue of field of rough pasture (8a.) adjoining Harts Lane, Burghclere, Hampshire, suitable for poultry farm or building land; houses called Fernlea and Inglenook, and building plot adjoining latter, Newtown Common, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/618/1-2  1932

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Sale particulars of house called Ochil, gardener's bungalow and 14a. grounds, Chilbolton, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/619  c.1932

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Sale particulars of Clanfield Farm (house, two cottages and 110a.), Clanfield, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/620  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Colden Manor Farm (13th century farmhouse and 68a.), Colden Common, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/621  1933

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Sale particulars (1932), illustrated catalogue (1952) and photographs of Ecchinswell House, Home Farm buildings, Chapel Farm buildings, bailiff's house called Chestnut Cottage, eight estate cottages, and 600a., Ecchinswell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/622/1-18  1932, 1952

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Letting particulars and agreement for tenancy (1933) of Hyde Bungalow, Ecchinswell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/623/1-3  1930s

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Agreement for tenancy (1936) and sale particulars (n.d. [1930s]) of Hyde Farm, Ecchinswell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/624/1-5  1930s

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Sale particulars of North Ecchinswell House, Ecchinswell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/625/1-2  c.1933

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Letting particulars of Nuthanger Farm, Ecchinswell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/626  1932

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Illustrated sale particulars of Oak Cottage, Ecchinswell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/627  1956

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Sale particulars of bungalow called Red Tiles, Ecchinswell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/628  1949

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Illustrated sale particulars of house called Springhurst, Ecchinswell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/629/1-8  [late 1970s], 1984

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Sale particulars of Springhurst Farm (house, farm buildings, two cottages, 68a. and live and dead stock), Ecchinswell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/630  [1930s]

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Letting particulars of semi-bungalow in Ecchinswell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/631  1931

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Sale catalogue, with plans, of outlying portions of Beenham Court estate  D/EX 898/2/632/1-9  1930

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Related information: [See also D/EX 898/2/8A.]

Contents:
Knightsbridge Farm, Basingstoke Road, in Greenham, Ecchinswell and Kingsclere parishes, adjoining River Enborne (53a.); Hyde Farm (manor house, pair of cottages, bungalow and 109a.) and 3a. pasture adjoining, Ecchinswell; 18a. land at junction of Newbury-Basingstoke Road, opposite Knightsbridge Farm, Ecchinswell; Longcross Farm, Basingstoke Road, Headley (24a.); 10a. arable land at junction of Basingstoke Road and Holdrops Lane, Headley; 2a. pasture at junction of the Thornford Road and Basingstoke Road; Upper Knightsbridge Farm (21a.), Kingsclere; Dodd's Cottages and 21a. land, Kingsclere; and 52a. land adjoining Knightsbridge Farm, Kingsclere; all Hampshire apart from small portion of Knightsbridge Farm in Greenham, Berkshire.

Sale particulars of shooting box called Holly Lodge or Norths Cottage and 90a. wood on south of road to Westbourne, part of Emsworth Wood; two cottages called Comley Hill Cottages and 19a. woodland called The Slip, adjoining road from Havant to Westbourne and Comley Hill; Maize Coppice Farm, Maize Coppice Cottage and 207a. land, Emsworth Common; and house called Woodberry, gravel pit, cottage called Gravel Pit Cottage, store of sifted gravel accumulated during World War I, and 294a. woodland, part of Emsworth Common Wood; all Emsworth, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/633/1-4  c.1920

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Sale particulars of the Bramshot Estate (100a. land, farm buildings and pair of cottages with 10a. land), Fleet, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/634  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Great Bramshot Farm, Fleet, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/635  c.1933

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Sale particulars of Grayshott Hall (house, home farm, outbuildings including cottages, and 85a.), [Grayshott, Hampshire].  D/EX 898/2/636/1-2  [1920s-1930s]

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Sale catalogue, with plan (1920), illustrated particulars (n.d. [c.1950s-60s]) and draft agreement for tenancy (1961) of Freemantle Park Farm, Hannington, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/637/1-8  1920-1961

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Tenancy agreement and inventory of furniture, fixtures and fittings at The Bailiff's House, Freemantle Park Farm, Hannington, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/638/1-27  1961

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Letting particulars and inventory of farm stock, Purdies Farm, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/639/1-2  1930

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Illustrated sale catalogue, with plan (1934) and inventories and valuations of contents (n.d. [1970s], 1980) of Catts Place, Headley, Hampshire. (Sale catalogue includes Catts Farm (house and 55a.).)  D/EX 898/2/640/1-31  1934-1980

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Sale particulars (c.1935), and colour photograph (1984), with plans of site, of Cherry Tree Cottage, Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/641/1-4  c.1935, 1984

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Letting particulars of Folly Farm, Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/642/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Knightsbridge Farm, Headley, Hampshire (in Greenham, Ecchinswell and Kingsclere parishes).  D/EX 898/2/643  1960

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Sale particulars of Belgravia House, Knightsbridge, Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/644  [1950s-60s]

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Letting particulars of house called Long Cross, Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/645  [1930s]

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Sales particulars and illustrations of Longcross Farm, Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/646/1-6  [1930s, 1950s]

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Letting particulars of house called Springfield, Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/647  c.1933

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Sale particulars and plan of Stark House and 36a. land, Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/648/1-6  1933

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Sale particulars of Waits Farm (77a.), Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/649  1932

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Sale particulars and photographs of farm called Woodhouse (house, pair of cottages and 143a.), Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/650/1-8  1953

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Sale particulars of Woodlands Farm (house, three cottages and 172a.), Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/651/1-14  1943, 1952

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Valuations of furniture and effects at Lee Farm, Herriard, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/652/1-6  1975

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Letting particulars of The Dairy Farm, Highclere Park, Highclere, Hampshire, and Mazelands Farm, Stanford Dingley.  D/EX 898/2/653  1932

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Sale particulars of house called Acre Close, Highclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/654  [1920s]

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Sale particulars of The Bungalow, Highclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/655  c.1936

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Sale particulars of bungalow called Bower Mount, Highclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/656  1932

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Sale particulars of house called Byeways, Highclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/657/1-4  1951-1952

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Sale particulars, plan and photographs of Penwood Farm (house, pair of cottages and 108a.) and Vine Tree Farm, Headley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/658/1-10  1957

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Sale particulars of house overlooking watercress beds between Highclere and Burghclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/659  [1930s]

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Letting particulars of New Barn Farm, Hurstbourne Priors, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/660  1933

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Sale particulars of Doyley Manor (house and 340a.), Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/661/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Windmill Farm, Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/662  1933

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Sale particulars of house called Forest Hill, Hythe, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/663  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of bungalow called Latymer, The Dell, Kingsclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/664  c.1964

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Illustrated sale catalogues (1932, 1948), sale particulars, (n.d. [1930s], c.1974), plans of proposed alterations and additions to farmhouse (1933), and photographs of Frobury Farm, Kingsclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/665/1-21  1932-c.1974

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Sale catalogue (1932) and particulars (c.1970) and photographs of Kingsclere House (later divided into two houses called Lake House and Kingsclere House). (In 1932 property for sale included 26a. grounds and electricity generating station (former mill).)  D/EX 898/2/666/1-8  1932, c.1970

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Sale particulars of The Old Brewery House, Kingsclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/667  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Stantons (house and 76a.), Kingsclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/668/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of The Gables, Swan Street, Kingsclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/669  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house and butcher's shop and business, with out-building (formerly a chapel), Swan Street, Kingsclere, Hampshire. (Sale includes delivery van, trade bicycle and sausage machine.)  D/EX 898/2/670  1932

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Letting particulars of cottage near church in centre of Kingsclere.  D/EX 898/2/671  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Dean Farm, Kingsley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/672  c.1933

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Sale particulars of cottage called Cloverfield, Kings Somborne, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/673  1931

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Letting particulars of Woodgarston Farm, Monks Sherborne, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/674  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of 15th century cottage in Monxton, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/675  [1930s]

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Letting particulars of house called Bramble Coombe, Newtown Common, [Hampshire].  D/EX 898/2/676  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house called Fernlea, Newtown Common, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/677/1-3  1957

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Sale particulars of The Little House, Newtown Common, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/678  1932

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Sale particulars of Buryfield House, Odiham, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/679  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house called Danebury, Penton Harroway, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/680  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Barn Cottage, Penwood, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/681/1-3  [1950s?]

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Sale particulars, plan and photograph of North Farm, Ropley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/682/1-10  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of bungalow called Brooklyn, St Mary Bourne, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/683  1932

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Sale particulars of Springfield Cottage, Sherborne St John, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/684  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house, cottages and farm (65a.) called Cobwebs, Silchester, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/685  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house called Fir Trees, Silchester, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/686/1-2  c.1936

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Letting particulars of Home Farm, Silchester, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/687  1932

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Sale particulars of The Old Malthouse, Silchester, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/688  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of The Thatched Cottage, Silchester, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/689  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house, three cottages and 300a. pasture land, called Slade Bottom, Stoke, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/690  [1930s]

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Sale particulars and photographs of Broad Halfpenny House, Tadley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/691/1-7  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house called Hillcroft, Tadley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/692  [c.1930]

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Sale particulars of Pound Farm, Tadley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/693  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Vine Tree Farmhouse, Tadley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/694  1969

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Sale particulars of Seeviers Farm, Upham, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/695  c.1932

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Sale particulars and photographs of Dean Cottage, Vernham Dean, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/696/1-7  1936

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Letting particulars of shooting over Vernham Manor, [Vernham Dean], Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/697  1933

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Sale particulars and photographs of Halls Farm, Vernham Street, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/698/1-4  [1950s]

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Illustrated sale catalogue of Halls Farm Cottage, Littledown, Vernham Street, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/699  1969

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Sale particulars of Ivy Cottage, North Waltham, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/700  c.1936

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Sale particulars of house called Maskee, West End, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/701  c.1933

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Sale particulars of Maskee Poultry Farm, adjoining main Portsmouth Road and new road to Church Hill, West End, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/702  1931

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Letting particulars of The Manor Farm (house, five cottages and 468a.), Wherwell, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/703  1922

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Illustrated sale catalogue, with plan, of The Bere Hill Estate, Whitchurch, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/704  1932

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Contents:
(Includes Bere Hill and grounds (11a.), including two lodges; octagonal cottage adjoining London Road; lodge on London Road; Bere Hill Farm (180a.); the Lockfield Allotments, adjoining railway (5a.); five cottages in Newbury Road; 52a. arable land adjoining London Road; 3a. allotment gardens, adjoining railway; and various building sites; total 312a..)

Letting particulars of The Cottage, Whitway, Burghclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/705  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house called Woodlands, Whitway, Burghclere, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/706/1-2  [1930s]

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Illustrated sale catalogues (with plan, 1933) of estate called Burlyns, East Woodhay, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/707/1-2  1933, 1953

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Contents:
(Consists in 1933 of country house, park (67a.), two cottages, and pair of villas at North End, East Woodhay; and in 1953 of country house, grounds (22a.), Burlyns Farm (farmhouse and 37a. land), pair of cottages adjoining council road called North Cottage and South Cottage, and land in North End and East Woodhay (c.21a., divided into five lots).)

Letting particulars of Hatt Farm (house), East Woodhay, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/708  1932

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Sale particulars and catalogue of house called Knights Close, Woolton Hill, East Woodhay, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/709/1-6  1932, [1930s]

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Contents:
(Undated sale particulars backed with particulars of Mistletoe Cottage, Inkpen.)

Sale particulars of Longworthy House, East Woodhay, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/710  1938

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Sale particulars (c.1937, n.d. [c.1970s]) letter re letting of house called Hayes, North End, East Woodhay, Hampshire, 1974.  D/EX 898/2/711/1-4  c.1937-1970s

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Letting particulars of bungalow adjoining Burlyns estate, North End, East Woodhay, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/712  1932

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Sale particulars and illustration of East Woodhay House, East Woodhay, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/713/1-2  1932

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Sale particulars of house called The Cottage, (with additional cottage), Woolton Hill, East Woodhay, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/714  [1930s]

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Illustrated sale particulars of house called St Arvans, The Mount, Woolton Hill, [East Woodhay], Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/715/1-2  [1980s]

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Sale particulars of house called Astrop, New Road, Woolton Hill, [East Woodhay], Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/716/1-2  [1930s], 1945

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Sale particulars of Wimbold Lodge, Woolton Hill, [East Woodhay], Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/717/1-3  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of The Limes, Worting, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/718  [1930s]

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Letting particulars of Chandler's Farm, Yateley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/719  [1930s]

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Sale particulars and letter relating to Tudor House at Darby Green, Yateley, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/720/1-4  1933

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London  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Letting particulars of 66 South Eaton Place, [London].  D/EX 898/2/721  [1930s]

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Oxfordshire  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of Howbery Farm, Crowmarsh [Gifford], Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/722  1937

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Sale particulars of Little Stoke Manor Poultry Farm, Goring, Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/723  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Wootton Manor (house and grounds), Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/724  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Bledlington Grounds Farm, Kingham, Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/725/1-2  c.1933

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Sale particulars of Sarsden Lodge Farm, Kingham, Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/726  c.1933

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Sale particulars of Ridge Hall, Mapledurham, Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/727  1932

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Sale particulars of Lower Field Farm, Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/728  1931

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Sale particulars of Newnham Farm, Newnham Murren, Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/729  1932

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Sale particulars of poultry farm called Grasslands, Peppard Common, Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/730/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house called Burnbank, Shiplake, Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/731  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of The Corner Cottage, Shiplake, Oxfordshire.  D/EX 898/2/732  [1930s]

1 doc

Somerset  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Illustrated sale particulars of house called Friary Wood, Hinton Charterhouse, [Somerset].  D/EX 898/2/733  [1930s]

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Surrey  [no ref.]  [1930s]

Sale particulars of Smither Coombe Farm (house and farm buildings), Bramley, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/734  [1930s]

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Notice of sale of Snowdenham Cottage, Bramley, Ivy Cottage and Smithwood House, Cranleigh, both in Surrey, and Great Bramshot Farmhouse and 15a. land, [Hampshire].  D/EX 898/2/735  [1930s]

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Sale particulars and illustration of Snowdenham Hall Lake (6½a.) and land and woodland (8½a.), formerly part of Snowdenham Hall pleasure grounds, with boathouse and boats, Bramley, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/736/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale particulars and illustration of mansion called Thorncombe, nine cottages, Rowe Farm (house and 317a.), blacksmith's shop and forge, carpenter's shop, and site for a country residence (110a.), Bramley, Surrey (total 970a.)  D/EX 898/2/737/1-4  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Sussex Farm (house), West Clandon, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/738  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Hatchford Park (house, farmhouse, 12 cottages and park and woodlands (172a.)), Cobham, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/739/1-2  [c.1930]

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Sale particulars of Field Place (house, lodge, Home Farm buildings, five cottages and grounds (120a.)), Compton, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/740/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Ewhurst Place (house, Home Farm and park (104a.)), Ewhurst, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/741/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house called Lukyns, three cottages and grounds (170a.), Ewhurst, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/742/1-3  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of grocery and greengrocery shop and business at Deepcut Military Camp, [Frimley], Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/743  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Aldworth (house, Old Manor House Farm[house], 6 cottages and grounds (141a.), formerly home of Tennyson), Haslemere, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/744/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Holmwood Park, Holmwood Park Farm and three cottages (115a.), Holmwood Common, South Holmwood, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/745/1-2  1930

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Sale particulars of house called Mynthurst, Rigdens Farmhouse, two cottages and 81a. land, Leigh, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/746/1-2  [1930s]

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Illustrated sale particulars of house called The Hill, Wormley Hill, Witley, Surrey (built by artist Birket Foster and including a museum suitable for adaptation to a ballroom); entrance lodge and gardener's cottage in grounds (7a.); cottage on Witley-Chiddingfold Road; 4a. woodland adjoining The Hill, the Witley-Chiddingfold Road and footpath to Witley station; building site opposite Witley station (2a.); 6a. woodland opposite Witley station, adjoining New Road and Combe Lane; and two enclosures of woodland (15a.), part of Tichbourne Woods); all in Witley, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/747/1-5  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Woodham Hall, Horsell Common, Woking, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/478  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house called Little Tangley, Home Farm, entrance lodge and three cottages (87a.), Wonersh, Surrey.  D/EX 898/2/749/1-2  [1930s]

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Sussex  [no ref.]  1932

Letting particulars of Park Farm (farmhouse, four cottages and 215a.), Ringmer, Sussex.  D/EX 898/2/750/1-2  1932

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Wiltshire  [no ref.]  1915-1966

Sale particulars and illustrated catalogue of house called Beech Knoll, Aldbourne, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/751/1-4  1933

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Letting particulars of Halfmoon Cottage, Aldbourne, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/752  1932

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Sale particulars (1935, 1964), letting particulars (n.d. [1964]) and photograph of West Street House, Aldbourne, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/753/1-6  1935, 1964

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Sale particulars and photograph of cottage called Windy Ridge, Aldbourne, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/754/1-2  1933

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Sale particulars of newly erected cottage (using material from demolished house), Aldbourne, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/755  [1930s]

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Illustrated sale particulars of Border Cottage, The Shute, Axford, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/756/1-3  [1980s]

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Sale particulars of The Bungalow, Barnfield, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/757/1-2  [1930s]

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Illustrated sale catalogue of Baydon House Farm (farmhouse, racing stables, 1-2 Browns Cottages, 1-2 Wentworth Cottages, 1-2 Paines Cottages and 386a. land), Baydon, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/758  1965

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Sale particulars (n.d. [c.1937?]), illustrated catalogue (1966) and photographs of Baydon Hole Farm, Baydon, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/759/1-8  1937-1966

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Contents:
(Includes letter from National Joint Committee for Spanish Relief (Berkshire Section) concerning rent, 1937, Baydon Hole Farmhouse then being occupied by Major J.W. Tompkins, Camp Commandant of the group.)

Sale particulars of Gore Lanes Farm (house and 81a.), adjoining smallholding (pair of cottages, pond, farm buildings and 42a.), Baydon, and 118a. down pasture land and dew pond, Bishopstone, adjoining the same; all Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/760/1-2  1932

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Contents:
[Formerly used together as horse training establishment.]

Sale particulars of Ivy House, Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/761  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of 76 Jubilee Road, Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/762  [1930s]

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Letting particulars of cottage in Little Bedwyn, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/762A  [1930s]

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Illustrated sale particulars of Shrubbery House, Brinkworth, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/763  [1920s]

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Illustrated sale catalogue of Barn House (formerly called The Elms), cottage, barn and grounds (11a.), Burbage, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/764  1931

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Sale catalogues, with plans of Buttermere Manor estate, Buttermere and Ham, Wiltshire, and Vernham Dean, Hampshire.  D/EX 898/2/765/1-11  1933, 1952

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Sale particulars of house called Verne Leaze, Calne, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/766  1935

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Sale particulars of Whitley Farm, Calne, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/767/1-2  1920

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Sale particulars and photograph of Alexandria House, Cherhill, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/768/1-3  [1930s]

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Sale particulars and illustrations of Chute Standen estate, including Standen House and Standen Farm, Wiltshire (355a.).  D/EX 898/2/769/1-5  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of house called Swaynes Firs and 20a. land, Coombe Bissett, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/770/1-2  1934

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Illustrated sale catalogue of Hailstone House and two cottages, Cricklade, Wiltshire, and 37a. land surrounding the house, in Cricklade, Wiltshire, and South Cerney, Gloucestershire.  D/EX 898/2/771  1932

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Sale particulars of The Little House, Easton Royal, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/772  c.1932

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Sale particulars of The Old Rectory, Froxfield, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/773/1-2  [1930s]

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Letting particulars of East Grafton Farm, East Grafton, Wiltshire (house, five cottages and 442a.).  D/EX 898/2/774  1933

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Illustrated sale catalogue, with plans, of Ham Manor and village, Ham, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/775  1928

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Sale catalogue, with plan, of Hippenscombe Estate (house, four cottages and 822a.), Hippenscombe, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/776  1915

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Illustrated sale catalogue, with plan, of Imber Court estate, Imber, Wiltshire  D/EX 898/2/776A  1925

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Contents:
(Manor house, rebuilt inside after fire in 1920, farm buildings, Dog Kennel Buildings, Nags Head Buildings, seven cottages in village street, including the Post Office Cottage, Imber Court Farm (679a.), North Farm (256a.), and allotments let to Imber Parish Council (24a.)).

Illustrated sale particulars of Stainsbridge House, Malmesbury, Wiltshire (formerly used as private school, also suitable for hotel).  D/EX 898/2/777  [1920s]

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Illustrated sale particulars of house called The Hawthorns, Market Lavington, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/778/1-2  1931

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Sale particulars of Greenlands, London Road, Marlborough, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/779  1932

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Illustrated sale catalogue, with plan, of Milton Manor [house], second house called Westering Lodge, and five cottages (three adjoining the kitchen garden, two close to entrance gates and called the groom's and gardener's cottages, and one called The Corner House), Milton Lilbourne, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/780  1933

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Sale particulars and illustration of house called Westlecott, Ogbourne St George, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/781/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale catalogues, with plans, of the Crowood (formerly Crawood) Estate, Ramsbury, Wiltshire. (Sold by Sir Oswald Mosley, 1949.)  D/EX 898/2/782/1-4  1944, 1949

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Sale particulars of timber cottage called Littlehorne, Ramsbury.  D/EX 898/2/783  [1930s]

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Sale particulars and photograph of house called Kintore, Oxford Road, Ramsbury.  D/EX 898/2/784/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale particulars and illustration of Rockley Manor (house, six cottages and 72a.), Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/785/1-2  [1930s]

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Letting particulars and photographs of Savernake Lodge, Savernake Forest, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/786/1-5  1939

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Illustrated sale particulars of The Croft, Seend, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/787  1931

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Sale particulars of The Mead, 45 Shalbourne, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/788/1-2  [1930s, 1950s]

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Illustrated sale particulars of The Old Malthouse, Turleigh, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/789  [1930s]

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Sale particulars and photograph of Keyford Cottage, Upton Scudamore, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/790/1-2  [1930s]

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Sale particulars of Ligh Cottage, Wilton, Wiltshire, backed with Clythers, Swallowfield.  D/EX 898/2/791  [1930s]

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Sale catalogue, with plan, of The Manor Farm, Wilton (house, three cottages and 212a., in parish of Grafton); Newhouse Farm, Wilton (house called The Cottage and 69a., in parishes of Great Bedwyn and Grafton); and three cottages, tithe barn and 68a. land adjoining same, Wilton; all Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/792  1932

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Sale particulars of Orchard House, Wilton, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/793  [1930s]

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Sale particulars, illustrated catalogue and photographs of Clench House, Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/794/1-6  1936

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Contents:
(Particulars backed with Highfield, 159 Andover Road, Newbury.)

Sale particulars and plan of Upper Herdowick Farm, Wroughton, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/795/1-5  1963

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Sale particulars and illustration of Wroughton Manor, Wroughton, Wiltshire.  D/EX 898/2/796/1-2  [1930s]

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Miscellaneous  [no ref.]  1910-1978

Hungerford Fat Stock Association  [no ref.]  1910-1960

Administrative history:
[The Hungerford Fat Stock Association was formed in 1898 and promoted shows for farm animals held at Hungerford Market Place and Corn Exchange Yard. It was in abeyance during each of World War I and II. The Association was revived in 1954, but it did not prove possible to hold a Show, and the Association was wound up in 1960.]

Minutes of Hungerford Fat Stock Association.  D/EX 898/3/1  1910-1960

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Contents:
(Includes minutes of meetings of executive or general committee, November 1910-October 1914, [August] 1919-September 1939, June-November 1954, July 1956; finance committee, February 1911-February 1912; Annual General Meetings, 1911-1914, 1920, 1923-1939, 1955; Council, December 1911, October 1921-May 1922; and general meetings of Association, August 1919-January 1920, June 1954-October 1955, March 1960. Also includes balance sheet for 1924 show.)

Balance sheets for shows, 1923, 1925-1938.  D/EX 898/3/2/1-15  1924-1939

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Prize schedules or catalogues of shows, 1933-1938 (last one annotated as draft for proposed 1939 show (not held due to outbreak of war)).  D/EX 898/3/3/1-21  1933-1939

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Correspondence and papers concerning attempts to revive show in the 1950s and concerning the winding-up of the Association.  D/EX 898/3/4  1954-1960

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Advertising brochure for weighing machines manufactured by Gascoignes of Gascoigne House, Berkeley Avenue, Reading.  D/EX 898/3/5/1-3  1955

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Contents:
[The company offered to lend machines free for the proposed 1955 show.]

Catalogue and schedule of annual show of Newbury Fat Stock Show Society.  D/EX 898/3/6/1-20  1954

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South of England Hereford Breeders' Association  [no ref.]  1972-1974

Draft annual statements of accounts of South of England Hereford Breeders' Association, years ending September 1972-September 1977, 1978.  D/EX 898/3/7/1-33  1972-1978

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Conditions of access: Closed until 2019

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

Plan showing building lines, and outlines of plots, adjoining Newbury-Thatcham Road, roughly opposite junction with Clay Hill Lane.  D/EX 898/3/8  [1940s]

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