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Reference 1320
Covering dates 1232-1946
Held by Surrey History Centre
Extent 12 series
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No further details   Stoke Park, 252a, to be sold 15 July 1879; Lot 1. Stoke Park Mansion (rooms described), with stabling, pleasure gardens and park, Stoughton private chapel and Stoke Manor. Schedule; Lot 2. Stoke Park Farm 143a 2r 11p, with farm buildings and homestead; Title to commence with lease and release of 2 & 3 May 1809 (marriage settlement); Solicitors: Walker Martineau & Co. Auctioneers: Lumleys of Piccadilly With plan.  1320/568/1  15 Jul 1879
No further details   Merrow Road Estate: 22 plots of building land to be sold 13 May 1879 by Hewett & Lee. With plan showing Down Road; Solicitors Henry Potter of Farnham and Guildford [?whether Lord Onslow's]  1320/568/2  13 May 1879
No further details   Cross Lanes, Merrow Road, building land to be sold 16 November 1880.  1320/568/3  16 Nov 1880
No further details   Guildford Park Estate: 24 plots of building land and 11 plots on Edgeborough Estate to be sold 7 March 1882. With plan.  1320/568/4  7 Mar 1882
No further details   Freehold building land in Guildford: 7 plots near station 'being remainder of field in which the Iron Church now stands' including Woodbridge Road, be sold 25 July 1882.  1320/568/5  25 Jul 1882

Folder icon  Freehold building land, Guildford; Edgeborough Estate: north side of Merrow Road, west side of Edgeborough Road; New Approach Estate: Woodbridge Road, Onslow Street, 2 plots fronting Cricket Field Road; Stoke Nursery Estate: Stoke Road, King's Road, Markenfield Road, site of railway depot; Guildford Park Estate; To be sold 18 September 1883 With plan.  1320/568/6  18 Sep 1883

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No further details   Freehold building land: 18 plots on south side of Farnham Road, Guildford Park Estate, 20 plots on Walnut Tree Close Estate, to be sold 21 December 1887  1320/568/7  21 Dec 1887
No further details   Freehold building land; Guildford Park Estate: Ludlow Road, Guildford Park Road; Farnham Road Estate: south side Farnham Road next engine shed, reserving footpath; Walnut Tree Close Estate: west side of new road to Walnut Tree Close; Onslow Street Estate; Woodbridge Road Estate; Stoke Nursery Estate: Stoke Road, Chertsey Street; Compton Lodge with garden and grounds; Stoke Fields; To be sold 13 February 1889  1320/568/8  13 Feb 1889
No further details   Stoke, Guildford, Burpham and Shalford; Falcon Road, Stoke; Lot 1: 4 cottages; Lot 2: 4 cottages; Lot 3: 4 cottages; Lot 4: 4 cottages; Lot 5: Cottage; Eagle Road, Stoke; Lot 6: 2 cottages; Lot 7: 1 cottage; Shalford; Lot 8: 2 cottages; Burpham; Lot 9: 2 cottages; Lot 10: Burpham Brickyard and cottage; To be sold 11 July 1903  1320/568/9  11 Jul 1903
No further details   Freehold building land, Newlands Corner Estate. 1st Edition. To be sold in 18 lots 18 Jun 1908. With plans  1320/568/12  18 Jun 1908
No further details   Freehold pleasure Farms in Stoke next Guildford, Woking, Worplesdon, Pyrford, Artington, Send and Ripley; 22 lots, including Old House, Pyrford; Townslow Meadow, in Pyrford; Woking Park Farm, parts of Broadmead, Papercourt Farm, Send; Highlands, Send and Ripley; Heathbarns Farm, Send and Ripley; Send Hill, Scotcher's Mead in Send and Ripley; 8 cottages known as Pimm's Row and Winterhill Farm in Worplesdon, Slyfield Farm Stoke Mill Mead and Park Barn Farm in Worplesdon and Artington and Stoke next Guildford; and Manor Farm in Artington; Stoke Park Farm in Worplesdon and Stoke next Guildford. Other unnamed cottages and land. With plans. To be sold 27 Jul 1909.  1320/568/13  27 Jul 1909

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