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Articles from 1853

The Devizes Gazette, 27th January 1853:
Notice to debtors and creditors
All persons having any claim or demand on the estate of Mr JAMES WARWICK, late of Milton, Wilts, deceased, are requested to send the particulars thereof to Mr KINGSTONE, of Clinch, the sole executor of the deceased, in order that the same may be examined and discharged, and all persons indebted to the said estate are requested forthwith to pay the amount of their debts to Mr KINGSTONE.
STEPHEN B. DIXON, Solicitor to the executor, Pewsey

The Devizes Gazette, 24 February 1853:
Deaths: At Milton, on the 20 inst., Mrs STAGG, widow of the late Mr EDMUND STAGG, in the 89th year of her age.

The Devizes Gazette, 17th March 1853:
For sale by auction, by Mr FERRIS, on Tuesday March 29 1853 , on the premises at Milton, all the neat household furniture and other effects, late the property of Mrs STAGG, deceased. The sale to commence at 2 o’clock .
NB: The freehold dwelling-house, coach house, 2-stalled stable, 2 gardens and small orchard well stocked with fruit trees, for sale by private contract with immediate possession. For particulars apply to Mr JOHN STAGG CUSSE, Chisenbury, near Pewsey, or to Mr H. KENT NORRIS, Solicitor, Devizes.

The Devizes Gazette, 24th March 1853:
[more details of above sale]
........ all the neat household furniture, two 8-day clocks, chimney glass, linen, brewing utensils, casks etc., late the property of Mrs STAGG, deceased. Includes 4-post bedsteads, mattresses, good feather beds and bedding, mahogany double and oak single chests of drawers, washing tables and ware, dressing tables and glasses, night commodes, bedroom chairs, mahogany Cumberland dining and other tables, 2 sets of mahogany chairs, sofa, easy chairs, chimney glass, carpets and druggets, fenders and fire irons, 8-day clock in mahogany case, a ditto in oak case, a parrot cage, glass and earthenware, ivory-handle knives and forks, an assortment of kitchen requisites, several casks, kivers, tubs, tun-bowl, hop strainer, and numerous other effects..........

The Devizes Gazette, 28th April 1853:
Festivities at Fifield
On Tuesday last, on the occasion of the marriage of CHARLES PENRUDDOCKE Esq., of Compton Park, with the daughter of WALTER LONG Esq., MP, of Rood Ashton, both in this county, the tenants and labourers of Fyfield, with their wives and families, were most plentifully regaled by CHARLES PENRUDDOCKE Esq., under the management of Mr BURFITT, of Fyfield Farm, with the good Old English fare of roast beef, plum pudding and strong beer; after which the health of the newly-married couple was heartily drunk, and many thanks given to the bridegroom for his hospitality on this occasion. The Misses PENRUDDOCKE, of Fyfield House, kindly graced the company with their presence, and on retiring to the field were joined by many of the gentry and most of the inhabitants of the neighbourhood. The good old sports of running for hats, gowns, ribbons etc., jumping in sacks, hurdle racing, climbing a greasy pole, jingling etc., were carried on for some time, after which the evening concluded with a rustic dance on the lawn. The bells rang merrily throughout the day. There was an excellent brass band in attendance, and the company, one and all, appeared to enjoy themselves, and separated after giving 9 times 9 for the happy bride and bridegroom.

[same issue]
Marriages : On Tuesday the 26 inst., at St George’s, Hanover Sq, by the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, CHARLES PENRUDDOCKE Esq. of Compton Park, to FLORA HENRIETTA, 2nd daughter of WALTER LONG Esq., MP, of Rood Ashton.

The Devizes Gazette, 5th May 1853:
To be sold by auction by Mr WESTALL, at the Phoenix Inn, Pewsey, on Wednesday 11 May, immediately after the sale of lands belonging to the late Mr JAMES WARWICK (subject to conditions, and unless previously disposed of by private contract), all that modern brick-built Cottage Residence with a detached coach house and stable, 2 gardens and orchard well stocked with thriving young fruit trees adjoining, and situate in the centre of the village of Milton, lately occupied by Mrs EDMUND STAGG, deceased, of which immediate possession may be had. For particulars apply to Mr JOHN STAGG CUSSE, Chisenbury, Pewsey, or to Mr H. KENT NORRIS, Solicitor, Devizes.

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