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Articles from 1852

The Marlborough Times, 23rd September 1852:
Persons who have obtained game certificates for the year 1852.
From List 1 (general certificates at £4.0.10 each)
BURFITT, JOHN – Milton
SOMERSET, JOHN – Milton
KINGSTONE, JAMES – Milton
PENRUDDOCK, J.H. - Milton


The Marlborough Times, 7th October 1852:
Prime seasoned timber, building materials, household furniture and effects.
To be sold by auction by Mr
WESTALL on Monday & Tuesday 25 & 26 October 1852, each day at 11, by order of the executors of the late Mr JAMES WARWICK, deceased, all the extensive stock of converted and unconverted oak, ash, elm, a few deals, and a very considerable quantity of timber and bricks, from the mansion from the bottom of the street now pulled down, doors, sashes, window-frames, stone and other valuable materials. Also the household furniture and effects, which will be sold the 2 day. The above stock is recommended to gentlemen for building and agricultural purposes, as well as the trade generally, much of it being converted. The whole of it will be expressed in catalogues, to be had of the Auctioneer and place of sale.


The Marlborough Times, 21st October 1852:
Important sale of freehold lands, with farm house, stalls, yards, barns, stabling & requisite buildings. Mr
WESTALL is instructed to sell by auction on Tuesday 9 November 1852 at 4 o’clock at the Phoenix Inn, Pewsey, a most desirable freehold estate situate at Milton, near Pewsey, in the county of Wilts, known as “Stevens’s Estate”, divided into Lots as under, and subject to conditions to be then and there produced:

LOT 1
Number on Tithe Map:
138
Names of fields etc: Sheep Common
Cultivation: Arable
Quantities [acres, rods & perches]12a 2r 13p

LOT 2
Number on Tithe Map: 123
Names of fields etc: Brow Ground
Cultivation: Arable
Quantities: 3a 2r 23p
Number on Tithe Map
Names of fields etc: Plantation
Cultivation: Wood
Quantities: 2a 1r 14p

LOT 3
Number on Tithe Map:
313
Names of fields etc: Hill Piece
Cultivation: Arable
Quantities: 18a 2r 37p
Number on Tithe Map: 314
Names of fields etc: Down
Cultivation: Pasture
Quantities: 2a 3r 16p

LOT 4
Number on Tithe Map:
281
Names of fields etc: Upper & Lower Clay
Cultivation: Arable
Quantities: 13a 0r 25p
Number on Tithe Map: 285
Names of fields etc: Hitching Piece
Cultivation: Arable
Quantities: 19a 3r 6p

LOT 5
Number on Tithe Map:
143a
Names of fields etc: Corner Ground
Cultivation: Arable
Quantities: 1a 1r 19p

LOT 6
Number on Tithe Map:
240
Names of fields etc: Bigletts
Cultivation: Water meadow
Quantities: 1a 2r 2p

LOT 7
Number on Tithe Map:
167
Names of fields etc: Broad-shord Meadow
Cultivation: Pasture
Quantities: 1a 3r 20p

LOT 8
Number on Tithe Map:
215
Names of fields etc: Farm H, yards & buildings
Cultivation:
Quantities: 0a 2r 5p
Number on Tithe Map: 214
Names of fields etc: Home Meadow
Cultivation: Pasture
Quantities: 3a 0r 21p
Number on Tithe Map: 234
Names of fields etc: The Sands
Cultivation: Arable
Quantities: 26a 3r 8p

The whole in the occupation of Mr
GEORGE BARNES, who will shew the several Lots. Particulars and further information may be obtained on application to the Auctioneer, Marlborough, or at the offices of Messrs Allan & Nicol, Solicitors, 88 Queen street, Cheapside, London, or Mr GOODMAN, Solicitor, Warminster.


The Marlborough Times, 2nd September 1852
Death: suddenly, on Sunday 29 August, at his mother’s residence, Fyfield Manor House, PONSONBY, aged 21 last March, 3 and beloved son of CHARLES PENRUDDOCKE Esq, Barrister-at-Law, and JULIANA LAETITIA his widow. This melancholy bereavement of as good a specimen of Christian life, has thrown his immediate circle into the deepest heartfelt sorrow.

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