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New House Farm

New House Farm used to be at the end of Church Road, where New Ash Green is today (see map of farm superimposed onto the 1936 Ordnance Survey Map below). It is the source of the "New" in the name "New Ash Green". Not all of its fields have been built over, 65 acres remain in Northfield and the farm has also been commemorated recently in the name given to the ancient woodland there of "New House Shaw".


Map showing historic extent of New House Farm

Once one of Hartley's larger farms, most of the fields that made up this farm and the site of the house in Church Road, now lie under the houses of New Ash Green. In addition Quakers Close, Hottsfield and Copse Side were all part of Hottsfield, which had belonged to the farm since Thomas Burrows of Longfield (d 1656) purchased it from John and Jane Howell in 1617.

Early History

New House Farm in its modern form is an amalgam of two holdings purchased by the Burrowes family. Thomas Burrow bought a farm and 35 acres from John Northash in 1583, and in 1622 the family acquired another 72 acres (roughly equivalent to Northfield) from Richard Overy. The Overy's had purchased their holding from Thomas Tappars in 1555. In 1656 the farm was rented out to one Thomas Letchford.

The plan below shows the fields of the farm at the time of the tithe survey in 1844.




No.Field NameAcreageUse in 1844
1
Fourteen Acre Field
14a 0r 24p
Arable
2
Lower Pit Field
15a 1r 37p
Arable
3
Eight Acre Field
8a 1r 17p
Arable
4
East Haws
24a 0r 38p
Arable
5
Upper Pit Field
5a 3r 11p
Arable
6
Lower Barn Field
6a 1r 5p
Arable
7
Four Acres
3a 3r 33p
Arable
8
Upper Barn Field
7a 2r 1p
n/a
9

Buildings
10

Buildings
11
Little Meadow
1a 2r 19p
Pasture
12
Hogs Dean
4a 2r 21p
Pasture
13
Shaw Field
9a 1r 33p
Arable
14
Shaw (x2)
2a 0r 19p
Wood

It is likely that part of the farm near Church Road was part of a 45 acre farm owned by the Blodiner family in the c13th, some 14 acres of which was inherited by John Eylnoth in about 1288.

The Northahses were an old Hartley family, although their surname betrays their origins. A John Northash is Hartley's oldest known churchwarden (1433), and anther John Northash left his land in the parish to his son Richard in 1506. The earliest mention of the Overys at Hartley is the John Overy who took minor holy orders in 1366. However by the c16th they were Hartley's biggest landowners - Fairby, Woodins, Mintmakers, Forge Cottage and Hartley Cottage all belonged to them.

The Burrowes hailed from Longfield but had gradually expanded their landholdings in the 17th century to include land at Ash and Darenth. Sometime between 1663 and 1671 the family moved to New House Farm, which may have been rebuilt at the time.

A good description of the farm can be gleaned from the probate inventory of James Burrowes (d 1695, he had married Margaret Young, daughter of the owner of Fairby). It mentions 7 rooms in the house as well as a brew house and barn (destroyed by fire in 1938). The farm was mainly arable with wheat as the main crop. James also possessed 6 cattle, 1 horse, 5 sheep and 4 pigs - a low figure which suggests he probably had given most to his family already.

He was succeeded by his son James (d 1729), who is commemorated by the large memorial in the nave of Hartley Church.

The subsequent history of the freehold

In the 18th century New House Farm descended to William Selby, who had married Elizabeth Burrowes. She outlived her husband and left the estate in 1790 to Sarah Iffield, who had married John Tasker. The Taskers were well known Dartford brewers, and perhaps it is not too fanciful to assume that some of the hops from the farm would have found their way into Tasker's "Triple X" ale. They were not totally unconnected with the area, for the Taskers had bought land in Ash and Longfield 60 years previously and John's grandfather was married at Hartley Church in 1726.

John's son, John, who inherited the estate was a director of the Dartford Gas Company and a noted benefactor. The brewery owned many pubs including the Chequers at Crockenhill, but the Hartley pubs were in the hands of their rivals. When Sarah Tasker died in 1845, she still owned New House Farm which she left to her daughters Sarah and Mary. They were succeeded by Thomas Bradley, the Forrests and Miss E M Forbes and George Day (of North Ash Farm). New House Farm, and the rest of the North Ash Estate was put up for auction in 1926 by Mr Day. As well as a "superior farm house" the estate boasted stables, bullock shed, barn, wagon sheds, kiln oast and granary and the pair of cottages called "New Hayes Cottages". The particulars stated "special attention is drawn to the rapid building developments adjoining this lot, and to the fact that field No. 112 (Northfield, Farm Holt, Caling Croft etc) is now practically the only building site left, and with its frontage of 1,500 feet this portion could readily be sold off without detriment to the farm." In 1941 New House belonged to Messrs Ansell and Hunt of Romford.

The tenants

The Burrowes were the last owner occupiers of the farm, which for over 200 years was farmed by a succession of tenants, listed below.

  • Joseph Oliver (1744-1795)
  • Robert Monk (1797-1816)
  • Owen Parsons (1818-1832)
  • William Treadwell (1836-1852)
  • Francis Treadwell (1852-1853)
  • William Treadwell (1853-1869), son of William Treadwell
  • Thomas Gambrill (1870-1884)
  • William Allen (1886-1901)
  • Joseph Thornton (1901-1927) and Henry Glover (1901-1913), joint farmers
  • Ralph Day (1927-1937)
  • Marwood T Fulford (1937-1963)

William Treadwell junior was married to Eliza. In 1868-9 he marketed a "hop wash" which he claimed would sort out aphis blight and encourage growth. His advert in the Kentish Gazette of 3 August 1869 contained a testimonial from Mr Edmeades of The Hazels, Southfleet.

Both William and Eliza were very long lived. William died in 1910 aged 81, while Eliza (b 1831) lived to the age of 90. The picture below is believed to show Eliza and her unmarried daughter Catherine, who was born at New House Farm and worked as a governess. It is probably taken at Malt House Farm, Green Street Green where they were living in about 1910.




The spectacular failure of the Gambrill's farm business

Thomas and Austen Gambrill started a farm business in 1869. Austen farmed land at Crundale near Canterbury, while Thomas took charge of New House Farm. The lease from Messrs Forrest in 1869 was for the farm and 207 acres at an annual rent of £240. They brought no money to the business, rather relying on loans from family and others.

They were not successful farmers, and didn't keep proper accounts (or had destroyed them as the Registrar said he believed had happened). Thomas only kept a ledger of goods sold, not of farm expenses. Both farms lost money every year and inevitably the business failed in 1885 with enormous debts of £21,000 (about £1.7 million today). Thomas blamed a number of "bad seasons and bad prices". The court Registrar said "he was sure this part of the county of Kent had never had a more reckless case than this." In the end the poor creditors got just 5p in the pound.

A wonderfully detailed auction catalogue of 1885 with the names of the buyers and price paid exists in the Centre for Kentish Studies.

The end of the farm

In 1932 the local paper had a picture of the ruins of the c16th barn and also a hop kiln which had been destroyed by fire on 4 November 1932 (Dartford Chronicle 11.11.1932)

When the War Agriculture Executive visited in 1941, they were impressed with the farmer, Marwood Fulford, giving him an "A" grade. Like the farm of two centuries earlier it was mainly arable, growing a variety of grains and fodder crops as well as keeping a few pigs and cows. To help the war effort, some grass fields were ploughed up including the site of the future Farm Holt. There is evidence that the farmland was good quality, for before the war more demanding crops such as cabbages and strawberries were grown on the land later called Northfield.

The photos below were taken in the last years of the farm by local resident, Winifred Iddison.



The owners Ansell and Hunt applied for planning permission to build on New House and North Ash Farms in 1960, but this was refused by Dartford Rural District Council. Mr and Mrs Fulford continued to live here until 1963; on account of their age, they decided not to take up an offer to buy. Instead the land was bought by Span Developments who renewed the planning application in 1963. This too was refused by the council and planning inspector, but this was overturned on appeal by the then Secretary of State for the Environment, Richard Crossman. The farm house and other buildings were demolished, but part of the land was still farmed until 2001.

Eylnoth vs le Clerk and others (1288)
TNA JUST1/372 folio 12

In this case Walter Blodiner had died. He was the owner of a 45 acre farm at the top end of Church Road in Hartley, which his family had owned since at least 1232. His nephew and heir John Eylnoth found a number of people in possession of 31 acres of the farm in 6 holdings. He sued for possession, but they in turn claimed Walter Blodiner had sold (enfeoffed) the land to them. The fact that henceforth this end of Church Road had a number of smallholdings, shows that the defendants must have prevailed. Some of the holdings mentioned can be identified.

Defendant - Extent - Possible Identification

Alice wife of Robert Fauer (2½ acres - Hartley Field?)
Alice, daugher of Osbert (13¼ acres - Dawsland)
John le Clerk (6¼ acres - Hartley Hill Cottage?)
Simon atte Wode (5 acres - Whiffins Cottage (part) ?)
Henry and Simon atte Siwro (3 acres - Whiffins Cottage (part) ?)
[John Eylnoth] (14 acres - New House Farm (part))
Alarus Veysyn (1¼ acres - Bazes Shaw)

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Grenewych assizes on the Octave of St Hillary, 16 Edward I (1288)

The assize came to acknowledge whether Walter Blodiner, uncle of John Eylnoth was seised in his demesne as of fee of 44 acres and 1 rood of land and 3 roods of wood, with the appurtenances in Hertleye on the day on which etc (he died). And whether etc., whereof John le Clerk of Horton holds 6 acres of land and 1 rood of wood therefrom; and Simon atte Wode holds 5 acres therefrom; and Alice, who was the wife of Robert Fauer holds 2½ acres of land therefrom; and John, son of Henry atte Silwro (?) and Simon his brother hold 3 acres therefrom; and Alarus Veysyn holds 1 acre of land and 1 rood of wood therefrom; and Alice daughter of Osbert holds 13 acres of land and 1 rood of wood therefrom. And all except the said Alice, daughter of Osbert, (said) that the said Walter, concerning the death of whom etc, had not died seised in his demesne as of fee; for they say that the said Walter had enfeoffed them thereof a long time before his death. And place themselves on the assize regarding this.

And the said Alice, daughter of Osbert did not come and she is to be summoned etc, and judgement is respited that she should be at Rochester on Friday nest before the feast of St Margaret Virgin etc.

Sale of stock at New House Farm 1885

NEW HOUSE FARM
Near Farningham and Dartford, Kent, about 1½ Miles from Fawkham Station on the London, Chatham and Dover Railway.

A CATALOGUE OF THE VALUABLE LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK COMPRISING
• 8 Powerful & Active Draught Horses,
• Grey Nag Horse
• CAPITAL ALDERNEY COW WITH CALF
• Quantity of Valuable Poultry
• Capital 4-horse Wagon and 2-horse ditto, Bavin Carriage, 3 Dung Carts, Water Barrel on Wheels, Kent Ploughs, Iron ditto, Iron and Wooden Harrows, Suffolk Drill, Iron Land Roller, Clod Crusher, Horse Rake, 3 Hop Nidgets,
• ONE-HORSE POWER CHAFF CUTTING MACHINE,WITH GEAR WORK,
• Iron Cistern, Cattle and Lamb Troughs, Corn Bins, Harnesses,
• SHEPHERD'S HOUSE ON WHEELS,
• Two Portable Hen Houses, Green's Patent Lawn Mower,
• Galvanized Water Barrel,
• And a variety of useful Miscellaneous items, which will be Sold by Auction by

MR. W. HODSOLL ON THE PREMISES AS ABOVE, ON WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12th, 1885, By order of Messrs. Forrest (the farm being let.)
May be viewed on the morning of Sale d Catalogues had five days previously, of Mr. Crowhurst, on the Premises, and of Mr. WILLIAM. HODSOLL, Auctioneer, Valuer, &c., Farningham, Kent.

CONDITIONS OF SALE.
I.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and should any dispute arise between two or more bidders, the lot in dispute to be put up again and resold.
2.—No person to advance less than one shilling ; above one pound, two shillings ; and so on in proportion.
3.—The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode and to deposit five shillings in the pound, in part payment of the purchase money, at the fall of the hammer, if required.
4.—Each lot to be taken away, with all faults or errors of description, at the buyer's expense and risk, between the hours of nine a.m. and three p.m on the day after sale, and payment to be made before delivery. No lots will be delivered during sale.
5.—To prevent inaccuracy in delivering the lots, and inconvenience to the settlement of purchases, no lot or lots can be removed during the sale. No lot to be taken away unless delivered to the purchaser by one of the porters in the employ of the Auctioneer, and no lots will be transferred upon the sale books from one buyer to another,
6.—If any purchaser fail to comply with these con¬ditions, or if any lots remain uncleared after the time specified, the deposit money to be forfeited, the lots resold either by public or private sale, awl the deficiency (if any) by such second sale, together with all charges attending the same, to be made good by the fiat purchaser, and shall be recoverable as and for liquidated damages.
Lastly.—The Auctioneer to be sole arbitrator in every matter of dispute, whose determination shall be final, conclusive and binding on all parties.
N.B.—The Auctioneer shall be at liberty to alter the above Conditions, and also the catalogue, before of during the sale, if he think proper to do so

Lot 1 - Sundry useful iron (Buyer: Baker, Price: £0 7s 0d)
Lot 2 - Sundry useful iron (Buyer: Cooper, Price: £0 5s 0d)
Lot 3 - Two galvanized pails (Buyer: Sparks, Price: £0 3s 0d)
Lot 4 - Carriage lift and a measuring chain (Buyer: Glover, Price: £0 4s 0d)
Lot 5 - Three stable Lantern and tools (Buyer: Wansbury, Price: £0 3s 0d)
Lot 6 - Two cross cut saws (Buyer: Hilbert, Price: £0 2s 6d)
Lot 7 - Three hop-dogs and sundry tools and sundries (Buyer: Ives, Price: £0 1s 0d)
Lot 8 - Corn bin (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 5s 0d)
Lot 9 - Two tubs (Buyer: Wansbury, Price: £0 2s 0d)
Lot 10 - Hay knife (Buyer: Evelyn, Price: £0 4s 0d)
Lot 11 - Small iron cistern (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 5s 6d)
Lot 12 - Ten hay rakes and dew rake and roller (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 5s 6d)
Lot 13 - Hop Pitcher, crowbar, 3 spuds, dock spud […] (Buyer: White, Price: £0 9s 6d)
Lot 14 - Seven pitching forks (Buyer: Wansbury, Price: £0 6s 0d)
Lot 15 - Ten other pitching forks (Buyer: Skudder, Price: £0 6s 0d)
Lot 16 - Greasing jack and tub with [….] chisel hammer? (Buyer: Allen, Price: £0 4s 6d)
Lot 18 - Sundry tools (Buyer: Skudder, Price: £0 2s 0d)
Lot 19 - Quantity of bolts and nuts in box and chain (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 3s 0d)
Lot 20 - Sack barrow (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 1s 6d)
Lot 21 - Weighing machine and 4-half-hundred weights, one 28lb., one 14lb, one 7lb, one 4lb., one 2lb., and one 1lb. weights (Buyer: Cooper, Price: £0 16s 0d)
Lot 22 - Bushel measure (Buyer: Dalton, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 23 - Two barn shovels (Buyer: Jeal, Price: £0 5s 0d)
Lot 24 - Three small measures and sundries (Buyer: Hasleden, Price: £0 4s 6d)
Lot 25 - Corn bin (Buyer: Sparks, Price: £0 4s 6d)
Lot 26 - Wizen sheep bells and sundries (Buyer: Dalton, Price: £0 4s 0d)
Lot 27 - Two galvanized pails (Buyer: Hasleden, Price: £0 3s 0d)
Lot 28 - Two bait sieves/lantermcand tools (Buyer: Allen, Price: £0 5s 0d)
Lot 29 - Three open tubs (Buyer: Hasleden, Price: £0 1s 6d)
Lot 30 - Three open tubs (Buyer: Wakeman, Price: £0 2s 0d)
Lot 31 - Sundry ropes & a pig net (Buyer: Glover, Price: £0 3s 6d)
Lot 32 - Quantity of new rope yarn (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 13s 0d)
Lot 33 - Dog kennel (Buyer: Glover, Price: £0 3s 0d)
Lot 34 - Double barrel gun (Buyer: Glover, Price: £0 8s 0d)
Lot 35 - Wheel barrow (Buyer: Day, Price: £0 4s 0d)
Lot 36 - Grindstone and frame (Buyer: King, Price: £0 7s 6d)
Lot 37 - Ox harrow and nidget (Buyer: Cooper, Price: £0 5s 6d)
Lot 38 - Two iron pig troughs (Buyer: Skudder, Price: £0 6s 0d)
Lot 39 - Three galvanized iron pig troughs (Buyer: Colyer, Price: £0 4s 0d)
Lot 40 - Three iron pig troughs (Buyer: Allen, Price: £0 7s 0d)
Lot 41 - Two iron pig troughs (Buyer: Woodyer, Price: £0 6s 6d)
Lot 42 - Two circular iron troughs (Buyer: Allen, Price: £0 5s 0d)
Lot 43 - Iron cistern (Buyer: Woodyer, Price: £0 9s 0d)
Lot 44 - Iron cistern (Buyer: Cooper, W, Price: £1 0s 0d)
Lot 45 - Iron cistern (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £1 6s 0d)
Lot 46 - Four cattle troughs (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 5s 0d)
Lot 47 - Sixteen hop bins (Buyer: Allen, Price: £0 16s 0d)
Lot 48 - Twelve ditto pokes, eighteen bin cloths, and a hop basket (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 5s 0d)
Lot 49 - Thirty quarters of corn sacks (Buyer: Jeal, Price: £1 1s 0d)
Lot 50 - Twenty quarters of corn sacks (Buyer: Jeal, Price: See lot 49)
Lot 51 - Twenty bags and sacks (Buyer: Jeal, Price: See lot 49)
Lot 52 - Forty bags and sacks (Buyer: Jeal, Price: See lot 49)
Lot 53 - Thirty manure (Buyer: Allen, Price: £0 2s 0d)
Lot 54 - Sundry bags, various (Buyer: Russell, L, Price: £0 3s 0d)
Lot 55 - (blank) (Buyer: X, Price: £0 0s 0d)
Lot 56 - (blank) (Buyer: X, Price: £0 0s 0d)
Lot 57 - Two lamb troughs (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 58 - Two lamb troughs (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 59 - Three lamb troughs (Buyer: Skudder, Price: £1 3s 0d)
Lot 60 - Stone garden roller (Buyer: Russell, L, Price: £0 3s 6d)
Lot 61 - 39-round ladder (Buyer: Allen, Price: £0 8s 0d)
Lot 62 - 30-round ladder (Buyer: Hilbert, Price: £0 11s 0d)
Lot 63 - 20-round ladder and small ladder (Buyer: Evelyn, Price: £0 7s 0d)
Lot 64 - Corn bin (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 16s 0d)
Lot 65 - Two chaff cutting boxes with knives (Buyer: Corely, Price: £0 5s 0d)
Lot 66 - Galvanized hand water barrel (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £1 3s 0d)
Lot 67 - Green's patent lawn mower (Buyer: Bolton, Price: £0 16s 0d)
Lot 68 - Portable iron boiler (Buyer: Skudder, Price: £2 0s 0d)
Lot 69 - Sundries (Buyer: Skudder, Price: £0 6s 0d)
Lot 70 - Cleaning machine (Buyer: Allen, Price: £1 10s 0d)
Lot 71 - Covered cow crib (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 8s 0d)
Lot 72 - Pair of waggon wheels (Buyer: Dean, Price: £0 5s 6d)
Lot 73 - Turnip pulper (Buyer: Treadwell, Price: £0 12s 0d)
Lot 74 - Oil cake crusher (Buyer: Dalton, Price: £1 3s 0d)
Lot 75 - Three hen coops (Buyer: Glover, Price: £0 5s 6d)
Lot 76 - Three hen coops (Buyer: Wansbury, Price: £0 7s 0d)
Lot 77 - Three hen coops (Buyer: Rogers, Price: £0 9s 0d)
Lot 78 - Three hen coops (Buyer: Coulson, Price: £0 11s 0d)
Lot 79 - Five hen coops (Buyer: Jeal, Price: £0 14s 0d)
Lot 80 - Hundred slat gates (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £1 6s 0d)
Lot 81 - Hundred slat gates (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: See lot 80)
Lot 82 - Shepherd's house on wheels (Buyer: Cooper, Wm, Price: £7 15s 0d)
Lot 83 - Portable hen house (Buyer: Walters, Price: £0 16s 0d)
Lot 84 - Portable hen house (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 18s 0d)
Lot 85 - Portable harness ditto (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £2 2s 0d)
Lot 86 - Capital 1-horse power chaff cutting machine with gear work (Buyer: Colyer, Price: £5 0s 0d)
Lot 87 - Ladder (Buyer: (unsold), Price: £0 0s 0d)
Lot 87 - A good turnrise plough, with tight and drafts (Buyer: Allen, Price: £2 12s 6d)
Lot 88 - A good turnrise plough, with tight and drafts (Buyer: Burtenshaw, Price: £2 0s 0d)
Lot 89 - A small good turnrise plough, with tight and drafts (Buyer: Johnson, Price: £0 16s 0d)
Lot 90 - A strike plough (Buyer: Dalton, S, Price: £0 4s 0d)
Lot 91 - A hop cultivator (Buyer: Allen, Price: £0 11s 0d)
Lot 92 - Iron plough (Buyer: Skudder, Price: £0 13s 0d)
Lot 93 - 4-horse harrow and drafts (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 16s 0d)
Lot 94 - Ox-harrow and drafts (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £2 4s 0d)
Lot 95 - Pair of iron ox-harrows and drafts (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £1 4s 0d)
Lot 96 - Pair of small harrows and drats (Buyer: Dalton, S, Price: £0 9s 0d)
Lot 97 - A scarrifyer (Buyer: Rogers, Price: £1 8s 0d)
Lot 98 - Pea brake and two extra hoes (Buyer: Skudder, Price: £1 11s 0d)
Lot 99 - Hop nidget (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 2s 0d)
Lot 100 - Hop nidget (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £0 17s 0d)
Lot 101 - Hop nidget (Buyer: Russell, R, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 102 - 13-share Suffolk drill (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £2 10s 0d)
Lot 103 - A 2-share turnip drill (Buyer: Sparks, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 104 - Iron horse rake (Buyer: Allen, Price: £1 6s 0d)
Lot 105 - Clod crusher (Buyer: Allen, Price: £2 10s 0d)
Lot 106 - 4-horse iron land roller (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £6 10s 0d)
Lot 107 - A capital 4-horse waggon with ladders and skid (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £5 15s 0d)
Lot 108 - A capital 2-horse waggon with iron arms, ladder and skid (Buyer: Coulson, Price: £6 15s 0d)
Lot 109 - A bavin carriage with iron arms (Buyer: Day, Price: £4 5s 0d)
Lot 110 - Dung cart with iron arms (Buyer: Allen, Price: £2 6s 0d)
Lot 111 - Dung cart with wooden arms (Buyer: Whiffin, Price: £1 1s 0d)
Lot 112 - Dung cart with wooden arms (Buyer: Allen, Price: £2 8s 0d)
Lot 113 - An old Dung cart with wooden arms (Buyer: Glover, Price: £0 14s 0d)
Lot 114 - Water barrel on carriage and wheels (Buyer: Stewart, Price: £5 5s 0d)
Lot 115 - A market cart (Buyer: Burtenshaw, Price: £1 0s 0d)
Lot 116 - Capital dog cart with cushions tripi4viimpr- (Buyer: Whiting, Price: £4 15s 0d)
Lot 117 - Four wheel chaise (Allen) (Buyer: Allen, Price: £5 15s 0d)
Lot 118 - Four wheel phaeton (Mr Russell) (Buyer: Gurner, Price: £5 15s 0d)
Lot 119 - Light cart (Mr Russell) (Buyer: Gurner, Price: £2 10s 0d)
HARNESSES.
Lot 120 - Set of 3-chain and 2-thill harnesses (Buyer: Dalton, W, Price: £2 0s 0d)
Lot 121 - Two chain and one thill harnesses (Buyer: Taylor, Price: £1 15s 0d)
Lot 122 - One thill harness (Buyer: Dalton, S, Price: £0 5s 6d)
Lot 123 - One thill harness (no collar and bit) (Buyer: Whiting, Price: £0 18s 0d)
Lot 124 - One thill harness (no collar and bit) (Buyer: Whiting, Price: See lot 123)
Lot 125 - Four plough harnesses (Buyer: Russell, W, Price: £1 2s 0d)
Lot 126 - Four plough harnesses (Buyer: Day, Price: £0 17s 0d)
Lot 127 - Sundry harness (Buyer: ???, Price: £0 3s 0d)
Lot 128 - A chaise harness (Buyer: Wakeman, Price: £1 0s 0d)
Lot 129 - Saddle, two bridles and girth (Buyer: Whitng, Price: £2 4s 0d)
Lot 130 - Four leather headstalls (Buyer: Glover, Price: £0 4s 0d)
Lot 131 - Four leather headstalls (Buyer: Allen, Price: £0 4s 6d)
HORSES.
Lot 132 - Capital bay draught horse, " Tinker " (Buyer: Wakeman, Price: £5 15s 6d)
Lot 133 - Capital brown mare, " Diamond " (Buyer: McGill, Price: £2 0s 0d)
Lot 134 - Capital black Capital, " Violet " (Buyer: Thomas, Price: £5 10s 0d)
Lot 135 - Capital bay horse, " Dumpling " (Buyer: Cooper, W, Price: £24 3s 0d)
Lot 136 - Capital black Capital, " Drummer" (Buyer: Whitehead, Price: £35 14s 0d)
Lot 137 - Capital black mare, " Blossom," with foal at foot (Buyer: Wingate, Price: £28 7s 0d)
Lot 138 - Capital roan horse, " Duke " (Buyer: Thomas, Price: £6 16s 6d)
Lot 139 - Capital brown Capital, " Prince " (Buyer: Dalton, S, Price: £4 10s 0d)
Lot 140 - Grey nag horse (Buyer: Whiting, Price: £5 0s 0d)
Lot 141 - Contractor’s cart (new) (£10 Bishop, Fawkham) (Buyer: Gurner, Price: £9 15s 0d)
Lot 142 - Bay horse (Russell) (Buyer: (unsold), Price: £0 0s 0d)
COWS.
Lot 143 - Capital Alderney cow and calf (Buyer: Bolton, Price: £16 10s 0d)
Lot 144 - Nine frames covered in wire netting (Buyer: Blackman, Price: £0 15s 0d)
Lot 145 - Eight frames covered in wire netting (Buyer: Blackman, Price: See lot 144)
POULTRY.
Lot 146 - Six hens and a cock (Buyer: Ives, Price: £0 9s 0d)
Lot 147 - Six hens and a cock (Buyer: Russell, R, Price: £0 11s 0d)
Lot 148 - Six hens and a cock (Buyer: Russell, R, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 149 - Six hens and a cock (Buyer: Russell, R, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 150 - Six hens and a cock (Buyer: Wansbury, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 151 - Six hens and a cock (Buyer: Wansbury, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 152 - Six hens and a cock (Buyer: Skudder, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 153 - Six good chickens (Buyer: Wansbury, Price: £0 9s 0d)
Lot 154 - Six good chickens (Buyer: Coulson, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 155 - Six good chickens (Buyer: Coulson, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 156 - Six good chickens (Buyer: Wansbury, Price: £0 8s 0d)
Lot 157 - Six good chickens (Buyer: Russell, R, Price: £0 7s 6d)
Lot 158 - Six good chickens (Buyer: Glover, Price: £0 8s 0d)
Lot 159 - Nine good chickens (Buyer: Coulson, Price: £0 10s 0d)
Lot 160 - (six good chickens – deleted) (Buyer: X, Price: £0 0s 0d)
Lot 161 - (six good chickens – deleted) (Buyer: X, Price: £0 0s 0d)
Lot 162 - (six good chickens – deleted) (Buyer: X, Price: £0 0s 0d)
Lot 163 - Six good chickens (Buyer: (unsold), Price: £0 0s 0d)
Lot 164 - Five ducks and a drake (Buyer: Bolton, Price: £0 15s 0d)


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