The 1920 Belvoir Estate Sale

By 1920, the Duke of Rutland estate, like many other grand estates throughout the country, was facing a severe cash-flow crisis. The duke had rolled over debts incurred when Belvoir Castle was rebuilt following a devastating fire at the beginning of the 19th Century, and these debts, together with the sudden decline in agricultural income and higher taxation imposed after The Great War, meant that the 8th Duke, Henry John Brinsley Manners, had no option but to sell thousands of acres of his Leicestershire estates.

The sale took place between Wednesday March 3rd and Saturday March 6th at The Corn Exchange in Melton Mowbray, and comprised a total of 640 lots, several of which were purchased by private treaty prior to the auction. In total, 13,300 acres of land throughout the Vale of Belvoir were sold. The sale included Goadby Hall as well as all the cottages and houses and most of the surrounding farms of Goadby village. 

Following the auction, a full report was printed in the Grantham Journal which listed the purchaser of each property and (where known) the amount paid. The Journal reported the amount raised from the sale as just over £448,950.

Grantham Journal Sale Report - Saturday March 6th 1920

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Henry John Brinsley Manners, 8th Duke of Rutland

Transcription of sale report introduction

Some tenants were able to purchase the homes and land they were renting, giving many the opportunity to own property for the first time in their lives, however, this was not true in every case. The Grantham Journal published a letter from Mr James Mayfield, tenant of The Laurels on Main Street, in which he notes with obvious frustration that he was not offered the opportunity to purchase the property ahead of the sale.

Sir - In looking down the list of names of the tenants who have purchased their holdings by private treaty, I see my name is included. May I say this is not correct, as I have not had the option of purchasing my holding, either by private treaty or public auction. On making enquiry, I am told to my disappointment it has been sold by private treaty to the gentleman occupying the Hall Farm of 200 acres, yet in no way connected to mine.

Yours etc.

J. Mayfield Goadby Marwood

 

The Laurels and the associated farmland were sold by private treaty to Captain Robert Sheriffe together with Goadby Hall and Hall Farm.

The Belvoir estate is still owned by the Rutland family and the extensive grounds and castle, one of the finest examples of Regency architecture in the UK, are open to the public. The castle and surrounding parkland play host to a range of country pursuits and exciting events, and have featured in many well-known film and TV productions including the Da Vinci Code, Young Victoria and The Crown. 

List of purchasers and prices paid for each lot - Goadby Marwood

List of purchasers and prices paid for each lot - Waltham, Wycomb & Chadwell, Eastwell, Eaton

The transcriptions of the sales particulars for the Goadby lots below are taken from the Escritt & Barrell auction catalogue. For identification purposes, we have added the names by which the properties are known today (2022) but only Goadby Hall, The Lodge (Green Lodge) and White Lodge were specifically named in the catalogue. The catalogue was accompanied by a series of colour-coded plans giving the location of each lot, and those that relate to Goadby are included below.

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Belvoir Estate Sale Plan no. 13 (Goadby Marwood only).

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Belvoir Estate Sale Plan no. 7.

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Gallery of plates from the sale catalogue

Goadby Hall, The Stable House, Red Barn and Hall Farm

LOT 229

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 13.)

A Very Valuable Residential and Sporting Property

situate in the centre of the Village, and known as

Goadby Hall

together with

A Compact HOME FARM, Excellent Set of FARM PREMISES, Good STABLING for a Stud of Hunters, and Most Delightfully Laid-out PLEASURE GARDENS, LAWNS, &C.

THE RESIDENCE, which stands in a well-timbered Park, is approached by a Carriage Drive, and is built of stone, with Slated Roof, and contains Entrance Hall, Middle Hall, from which the main mahogany Staircase ascends; Lounge, panelled Smoke Room, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Serving Room, and Billiard Room. There is a very nice Landing on the First Floor which gives access to the principal Bedrooms, comprising South Bedroom and Dressing Room, North Bedroom leading to Bath Room and W.C.; two more Bedrooms and Bath Room. In the West Wing there are four Servants’ Bedrooms and one Visitor’s Bedroom. The Second Floor comprises Visitor’s Bedroom, Butler’s and two Maidservants’ Rooms, Housemaid’s Bedroom, Governess’ Room, School Room, and W.C.

THE DOMESTIC ACCOMMODATION is ample and is most conveniently arranged, consisting of Servants’ Hall with silver safe, Butler’s Pantry with safe, Storage Room, Kitchen, Scullery, and very good cellars; Coal Place, Cleaning Room, Wood Store, Laundry, and Bicycle House.

There is central heating laid on to the Front Hall and principal Bedrooms.

On the Southern side of the House is a Circular Drive, with Lawns and Handsome Yew Hedge.

There is a Very Productive Walled-in Kitchen Garden, and Tennis Lawn.

There are Fish Ponds and Shrubberies in the Front of the House, with Picturesque Walks.

STABLING. - The Stables and Yards are most conveniently arranged; they are built of Stone, with Tiled and Leaded Roof, and comprise Range of two Loose Boxes, Washhouse, and Blacksmith’s Shop, three Stalls and five Menservants’ Rooms over. Hay Place with Loft over, two Walled-in Exercise Yards, Cleaning Room, Saddle Room, three Loose Boxes and Feed House; Range of four Loose Boxes and three Stalls with Loft over, Boiling House; Piggeries and Cow House, a large Manure Pit.

There is another range of Brick and Tiled BUILDINGS, forming Engine House and Accumulator House, Potting Shed, and Dog Kennels.

 

There is a Stone-built and Tiled garage for three Cars.

THE HOME FARM adjoins the Park, and comprises an area of

233a. 0r. 30p.

or thereabouts (it is all enclosed in a massive deer Park Wall), as follows :-

                                                                                           SCHEDULE

 

ORDNANCE NO.

98

117

116

66A

115

64

65

63

19

26

69

99

100

101

118

91

92

90

88

93

Pt.96

73

97

71

68

66

102

114

74

72

70

67

15

DESCRIPTION

Park

Arable

Arable and Pasture

Pasture

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Arable

Do.

Do.

Foreman’s House and Buildings 

Stables, Yards, &c.

The Mansion Grounds, &c.

Garden

Do.

Do.

Plantation

Do.

Do.

Decoy Plantation

Rockery Plantation

Blackburn Plantation

Bull Mere and Little Ingo Plantation

Osier Bed

Fish Pond

Do.

Do.

Do.

Plantation

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

20     2       16

14     2       32

14     0       14

         3       24

5       1       20

16     0       11

15     2       27

5       3       20

3       3       26     (Mrs. A. BREWIN, tenant)

30     0       2

33     0       17

16     1       35

12     1       27

7       0       8

         3       27

1       0       10

2       1       17

         2       3

         3       26

1       2       33

         1       36

1       0       5

1       0       29

1       1       35

1       2       27

8       1       18

9       0       37

         3       1

         1       26

         1       27

2       3       7

4       1       3

         1       14

233    0      30  

THE HOME FARM is Stone-built and Tiled. THE FORMAN’S HOUSE contains Living Room, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, three Bedrooms, Washhouse, and Coal Place.

THE BUILDINGS comprise a range of Brick-built and Tiled Fowl Place, Cow Place for three, Ditto for five, Cart-horse Stable for three with Loose Box, Chaff Place, Gear House; two Open Crews with four-bay Shelters, Loose Box, Calf Place, Cake House, and Poultry Houses; Barn with brick floor, Cow Hovel for ten, Mixing Place, Cow Place for eight; Stone and Tiled Implement Shed, Stone and Tiled Wagon Hovel with Drill House at end.

This Lot is let on Lease to Captain R. B. Sheriffe, which Lease expires April 6th, 1922.

Commuted Tithe £60 11s. 0d.

The Ironstone and Limestone under a portion of this Lot is let to the BESTWOOD and STAVELEY IRON COMPANIES under Lease.

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The Stable House

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Hall Farm

The Laurels

 

LOT 230

(Coloured Green on Plans Nos. 7 and 13.)

A Convenient Mixed Farm

situate in the Village of Goadby, together with the

Farm House, Buildings and Stackyard

the whole comprising an Area of

119a. 0r. 8p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

123

124

131

159

130

132

133

134

155

154

DESCRIPTION

Farm House, Buildings, &c.

Pasture

Do.

Do.

Arable

Pasture

Do.

Do.

Arable

Do.

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

1       1       3

2       0       1     (Mr. A. WAITE, tenant) 

34     1       28

9       2       6

10     1       30

15     0       6

12     3       38

15     3       29

16     1       13

1       0       14

119    0      8

THE HOUSE is Stone-built and Slated, and contains two Living Rooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Dairy, Cellar, and five Bedrooms.

 

THE BUILDINGS are Stone-built and Tiled, and comprise Coal House, Loose Box, Cow Place for four, Cow Hovel for four, Piggery; Barn with brick floor, Granary, Chaff House, Cart-horse Stable for three, Trap House, Boarded Covered Crew with three-bay Shelter; Crew with two-bay Shelter; Brick, Stone and Tiled three-bay Wagon Hovel, Drill House, and Fowl House.

 

Tenant – Mr. J MAYFIELD

Commuted Tithe, £30 16s. 4d.

The Manor and The Lodge (now derelict)

LOT 231

(Coloured purple on Plans Nos. 7 and 13.)

A Valuable Corn Growing and Grazing Farm

situate in the Parish of Goadby, together with

Excellent Farm Residence, Two Good Sets of Buildings, Foreman’s Cottage, etc.,

the whole comprising an Area of

208a. 2r. 24p

or thereabouts, as follows :-

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

Pt.158

227

223

209

27

17

18

20

12

11

10

8

17A

Pt.16

160

9

Pt.226

DESCRIPTION

Farm Residence, Buildings, &c.

Paddock and Garden

Pasture

Do.

Pasture and Arable

Pasture

Do.

Do.

Arable

Do.

Do.

Do.

Pasture

Arable and Gardens

Pasture

Foreman’s House, Buildings, &c.

Pond

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

         3       20

         3       10

4       0       2

4       1       35

43     1       6

23     1       33

28     3       38

13     1       34

16     3       15

14     2       27

12     3       2

21     0       25

13     1       36

7       0       34

2       1       10

         3       25

                  2

208    2      24

THE FARM RESIDENCE is partly Brick and partly Stone-built, with Slated and Tiled Roof, situate in the centre of the Village, with a nicely laid-out Garden and Lawns, and contains Entrance Hall, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Breakfast Room, Kitchen, Scullery, Dairy and Pantry; six Principal Bedrooms and Dressing Room, Bath Room and W. C.

THE OUTBUILDINGS are Brick, Stone and Tiled, and comprise Coal House, Wood House, Washhouse, Trap House, Saddle Room with Loft over; Nag Stable comprising two Loose Boxes and two Stalls, Good Barn with brick floor, Cow Place, Large Calf Place, Cow Place for four, Piggery, Poultry Houses.

 

THE FOREMAN’S HOUSE AND BUILDINGS are Brick-built and Tiled, and comprise two Living Rooms, Scullery, Dairy, Pantry, three Bedrooms, and Coal Place.

 

THE BUILDINGS comprise a two-bay cart Shed, two-bay Wagon Hovel, Barn with Chaff House, Cart-horse Stable for four with Loose Box; two Boarded and Covered Crews with Loose Box and six-bay Shelters, Cow Place for three, three Poultry Houses; a Range of Boarded and Galvanized Buildings forming Bullock Standings for ten, and Open Crew.

This Lot is sold subject to a Right of Way for all purposes for the Owners and occupiers of Lot 261, to and from the Road leading to the Farm House and Buildings in Ordnance No. 158.

This Lot is sold subject to a Right of Way for all purposes over Ordnance Nos. 223 for the Owners and Occupiers of Lot 260.

This Lot is sold subject to a Right of Way for all purposes over the Southern portion of Ordnance No. 27 for the Owners and

Occupiers of Lot 265.

This Lot is sold subject to a Right of Way for all purposes for the Owners and Occupiers of Lot 250A, to and from Eastwell Road.

This Lot is sold subject to a Right of Way for all purposes over Ordnance No. 27 for the Owners and Occupiers of Lot 235, to and from

the Main Road.

The Ironstone and Limestone under a portion of this Lot is let to BESTWOOD AND STAVELEY IRON COMPANIES under Lease.

 

Tenants – Messrs. W. CARTER and T. ROWBOTHAM

Commuted Tithe, £56 10s. 4d.

The Manor

The Manor

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Bellemere Farm

Bellemere Farm

LOT 232

(Coloured Brown Plan No. 13.)

A Useful Turnip and Barley Farm

Abutting upon the Eastwell and Scalford Road, in the Parish of Goadby Marwood, together with

House and Set of Farm Buildings,

the whole comprising an Area of

161a. 1r. 31p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

140

142

141

143

149

139

112

113

104

110

109

109A

61

62

103

25

111

Pt.55

Pt.22

DESCRIPTION

House, Buildings, &c.

Stackyard

Pasture

Do.

Arable

Do.

Pasture

Do.

Do.                             A.     R.     P.

Arable                         9      1      39

Do.                             18    0      38

Do.                             9      0      8

Pasture

Do.

Do.

Pasture and Garden

Pasture

Garden

Do.

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

         3       34

                  28

1        1       1

13      1       16

7        1       14

11      1        0

18      2       16

2        0       33

4        0       7

36      3       5

29      1       31

7        2       11

5        1       20

16      1       19

                  22

                  19

161     1      31

THE HOUSE is Brick-built and Slated, and contains two Living Rooms, Scullery, Pantry, Dairy, Cellar; seven Bedrooms and Box Room.

 

THE BUILDINGS are Brick and Stone-built, with Tiled Roof, Tool Place, Gig House, two-stall Stable, Calf Place, Fowl House, Cow House for ten; Calf Place, Cow House for six, small Crew, Cart-horse Stable for six, Cake House, Granary, Good Barn with Loft, Store Place, Open Crew with three-bay Shelter, Cow Place for two, four-bay Implement Shed, Tool Place, Good Stackyard; and Garden.

 

The Ironstone and Limestone under Field No. 25 of this Lot is let to the BESTWOOD AND STAVELEY IRON COMPANIES under Lease.

 

Tenant – Mr. W. WOOD

Commuted Tithe, £41 11s. 6d.

Green Lodge

LOT 233

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 13.)

A Compact Farm

intersected by the Eaton Road, known as

The Lodge Farm

together with

House, Farm Premises, etc.,

the whole comprising a total Area of

169a. 3r. 38p.

or thereabouts as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

196

195

199

194

193

191

190

176

177

179

167

180

181

Pt.165

Pt.166

167

170

171

173

169

DESCRIPTION

Pasture

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Arable

Pasture

Pond

Arable

Farm House, &c.

Arable

Do.

Do.

Pasture

Arable

Do.

Brookside

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA                     

A.      R.      P.

20     2       13

34     3       33

10     1       10

5       1       19

14     3       11

8       3       35

9       1       24

2       1       36

10     1       32

7       2       30

                 18

6       1       5

1       0       29

5       1       19

6       0       27

1       2       30

9       1       25

9       0       8

5       1       1

         1       33

169    3      38

TENANT

Mr. T. ROWBOTHAM

Do.

Mr. H. MORRIS

Mr. T. ROWBOTHAM

Do.

Do.

Mr. R. MACKLEY

Do.

Mr. T. ROWBOTHAM

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

THE HOUSE is Stone-built and Tiled, and contains two Living Rooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Dairy, Pantry, Cellar, and seven Bedrooms.

 

THE BUILDINGS are Brick-built and Tiled, and comprise Gig House, Coal Place, Nag Stable, Store Place, Poultry House, Calf Place, Piggery; Crew with five-bay Shelter, Loose Box, Cow shed for six, Barn with Granary over, Cart-horse Stable for five, Chaff Place, Loose Box; partly Covered Crew with Shelters, and four-bay Wagon Hovel.

The Ironstone and Limestone under a portion of this Lot is let to the BESTWOOD AND STAVELEY and the STAVELEY OAKES AND BESTWOOD IRON COMPANIES under Lease.

 

Commuted Tithe, £46 5s. 9d.

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Green Lodge

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White Lodge

White Lodge

 

LOT 234

(Coloured Yellow on Plan No. 13.)

A Desirable Mixed Farm

situate adjoining the Eastwell Road, known as the

White Lodge

together with the

Farm House, Set of Farm Buildings, Stackyard, etc.,

The whole comprising a total Area of

121a. 3r. 5p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

185

183

4

161

162

163

Pt.165

184

188

182

189

198

202

213

186

DESCRIPTION

House, Buildings, &c.

Pasture

Arable

Do.

Do.

Do.

Arable and Plantation

Pasture

Do.

Garden, &c.

Pasture

Do.

Do.

Arable

Old Stone Pit

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

1       1       11

6       0       8

19     1       3

8       1       8

9       2       21

5       3       19

2       2       8

                  8

9       1       13

                  24

6       0       35

8       1       35

28     0       4

6       3       34

1       0       11

121   3        5

TENANT

Mr. HENRY MORRIS

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Do.

Mr. T. ROWBOTHAM

Do.

Mr. HENRY MORRIS

Do.

Do.

In Hand

THE FARM RESIDENCE is partly Brick and partly Stone-built, with a Tiled Roof, and contains two Living Rooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Dairy and Washhouse, two Cheese Rooms, Pantry and Packing Room, four Bedrooms.

 

THE BUILDINGS are Brick and Stone-built, and comprise Barn, Cow Place for twelve, another for twelve, three Loose Boxes, cart-horse Stable for six, Chaff House, Cow Hovel for nine; a Covered Boarded Crew with tree-bay Shelter and Loose Box, Calf Place for twelve, three Piggeries, Loose Box, four-bay Wagon Hovel; Trap House with Granary over, and Fowl House.

The Ironstone and Limestone under a portion of this Lot is let to the BESTWOOD AND STAVELEY IRON COMPANIES under Lease.

 

Commuted Tithe, £31 19s. 8d.

Manor Farm

 

LOT 235

(Coloured Sepia on Plans Nos. 7 and 13.)

A Valuable Small Holding

situate in the centre of the Village of GOADBY MARWOOD, together with

House, Buildings and Garden

the whole comprising a total Area of

24a. 0r. 33p

or thereabouts, as follows :-

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

76

78

75

156

207

208

206

DESCRIPTION

Farm House and Garden

Buildings and Garden

Pasture

Do.

Do.

Orchard

Garden

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

         1       34

                  6

2       1       3

12     0       28

3       1       38

5       2       22

                 22     (Mr. T ROWBOTHAM, tenant)

24     0       23     

Tenant – Mrs. MARY BENTLEY

 

THE HOUSE is Brick-built and Tiled, and comprises Entrance Hall, Living Room, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, and four Bedrooms.

 

THE BUILDINGS adjoin the HOUSE, and are Brick and Tiled, and comprise Washhouse, Piggery, Loose Box, Cow Place for six, and Calf Place; Loose Box, Chaff House, and Cart-horse Stable.

 

This Lot is sold with the benefit of a Right of Way for all purposes over Ordnance No. 27 of Lot 231, to and from the Main Road.

 

Commuted Tithe, £6 7s. 6d.

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Manor Farm

Paddock House c. 1990s

Paddock House

Paddock House

 

LOT 236

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 7.)

A Valuable Cottage Holding

situate in the centre of the Village, together with

House, Buildings, Garden, etc.,

the whole comprising a total Area of

1a. 2r. 20p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

Pt.86

87

DESCRIPTION

House, Buildings, &c.

Paddock

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

         1       0

1       1       20

1       2       20

THE HOUSE is Brick and Stone-built and Slated, and contains Living Room, Kitchen, Scullery, Dairy, three Bedrooms and Box Room.

 

THE BUILDINGS are Brick-built, with Partly Tiled and Partly Slated Roof, and comprise Cow House for three, Piggery, Coal Place, &c.

 

This Lot is sold subject to a Right of Way for all purposes to the existing Settling Tank on the Northern boundary.

 

Tenant – Mr. T. S. FOISTER

Commuted Tithe, 8s. 10d

Long Acre

 

LOT 237

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 13.)

A Desirable Cottage Holding

situate immediately East of Lot 259, together with

Dwelling House, Outbuildings and Paddock,

Containing and Area of

3r. 23p

or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

Pt.224

222

DESCRIPTION

House, garden, &c.

Paddock

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

         1       5

         2       18

0       3       23

THE HOUSE is Brick-built and Tiled, and contains Living Room, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, Dairy, Washhouse and Coal Place, with four Bedrooms.

 

THE BUILDINGS are Brick-built and Tiled, and comprise Cow Place for three, Cart-horse Stable for two.

 

Tenant – Mr. GEORGE LOCK

Commuted Tithe, 4s. 10d

Sundial House

 

LOT 238

(Coloured Green on Plan No. 7.)

A Brick and Stone-built Post Office

with Tiled Roof, situate immediately West of Lots 261 and 239, together with

Outbuildings, Gardens and Orchard,

the whole comprising and Area of

1a. 0r. 38p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

83

84

DESCRIPTION

House, Garden, &c.

Paddock

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

         1       8

         3       30

1       0       38

Tenants – Messrs. J BRUTNELL and H.F. GHENT

 

THE HOUSE contains Living Room, Kitchen and Post Office Room, Pantry, three Bedrooms and Box Room.

THE OUTBUILDINGS are Brick and Stone-built, with Tiled Roof, and comprise Washhouse, Workshop, Cow Place for four, Pigsty, Implement Shed, Poultry House and Coal Place.

Commuted Tithe, 7s. 6d.

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Sundial House

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The Brooms

The Brooms

LOT 239

(Coloured Brown on Plan No. 7.)

A Useful House and Buildings

Situate immediately East of Lot 236, together with PADDOCK, &c. the whole comprising an Area of

3a. 0r. 0p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

Pt.86

82

DESCRIPTION

House, Garden, Buildings

Paddock

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

         1       15

2       2       25

3       0       0

Tenant – Mr. A. E. LOWE

 

THE HOUSE is Stone-built, with a Slated Roof, and contains two Living Rooms, Kitchen, Dairy, and three Bedrooms.

 

THE BUILDINGS are Brick and Stone with Tiled and Slated Roof, and comprise Hovel, Piggery, Coal House, Cow Place for four, Cart-horse Stable, and four-bay Implement Shed.

 

Commuted Tithe, 15s. 3d.

The Hollies

 

LOT 240

(Coloured Blue on Plan No. 7.)

A Valuable Cottage Holding

Situate immediately South of Lot 235, together with

Dwelling House, Buildings, etc.,

The whole comprising an Area of

1a. 0r. 13p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

Pt.78

81

Pt.80

DESCRIPTION

House and Gardens

Paddock

Garden

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

         1       6

         2       10

                  37

1       0       13

TENANT

Mrs. ANNE BREWIN

Do.

Mr. J. T. BRUTNELL

THE HOUSE is Brick-built and Tiled, and contains Living Room, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, and four Bedrooms.

 

THE BUILDINGS are partly Brick and partly Stone, with a Tiled Roof, and comprise Washhouse, Cow Place for four, Calf Place, Hay Place, Piggery, Tool House and Coal House.

 

Commuted Tithe, 13s. 3d

First Farm

 

LOT 241

(Coloured Pink on Plans Nos. 7 and 13.)

A Desirable Small Holding

with

Good House, Set of Farm Premises and Gardens,

situate immediately North of Lot 230 and containing an Area of

10a. 1r. 24p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

Pt.127

129

229

DESCRIPTION

House, &c.

Pasture

Do.

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

                  32

5       1       30

4       4       2

10     1       24

THE HOUSE contains two Living Rooms, Kitchen, Dairy and four Bedrooms.

THE BUILDINGS are Brick-built and Tiled and comprise Tool House, Coal Place, Pigsty with Hen Roost, Cart-horse Stable; Cow Place for four, Loose Box, Wagon Hovel, Trap House, Open Crew; Stackyard and Garden.

 

Tenant – Mr. J. MACKLEY

Commuted Tithe, £2 16s. 1d.

Beech House

 

LOT 242

(Coloured Brown on Plan No. 7.)

A Very Desirable Cottage Holding

situate immediately East of Lots 230 and 267, together with

Buildings and Paddock

containing an Area of

1a. 0r. 16p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

125

126

128

127

DESCRIPTION

House, &c.

Paddock

Do.

Garden and Buildings

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

                  5

         1       32

         1       35

                  24

1       0       16

THE HOUSE is Brick and Stone-built, with Tiled Roof, and contains two Living Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, four Bedrooms and Coal Place.

 

THE BUILDINGS are Brick-built and Tiled, and comprise Trap House, Cow Place for two, Calf Place, Piggery, and Poultry House.

 

This Lot is sold subject to the Right of the Owners and Occupiers of Lot 266 to obtain Drinking Water from the Water Supply on this Lot.

 

Tenant – Mr. Walter Brutnell

Commuted Tithe, 4s. 7d.

LOT 243

(Coloured Brown on Plan No. 13.)

A Field of Valuable Building Land

situate in the centre of the Village of Goadby, being part No 221 on the Ordnance Survey, and containing a total Area of

2a. 2r. 18p.

or thereabouts.

 

Tenant – Mr. GEORGE LOCK

Commuted Tithe, 17s. 10d

 

LOT 244

WITHDRAWN

LOT 245

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 13.)

A Field of Accommodation Pasture Land

Abutting upon the Eastwell Road, being Nos. 197 and 205 on the Ordnance Survey and containing an Area of

17a. 0r. 3p.

Or thereabouts.

 

Tenant – Mr. W CARTER

Commuted Tithe, £5 2s. 8d.

LOT 246

(Coloured Purple on Plan No. 13.)

A Close of Valuable Pasture Land

Situate immediately East of Lot 235, abutting upon the Eastwell Road, being Nos. 204 and 211 on the Ordnance Survey, and having an Area of

27a. 1r. 16p

or thereabouts.

 

Tenant – Mr. W. CARTER

Commuted Tithe, £6 19s. 5d.

LOT 247

(Coloured Green on Plan No. 13.)

Two Fields of Accommodation Pasture Land

Abutting upon the Eastwell Road, and containing an Area of

4a. 1r. 25p.

or thereabouts as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

212

210

DESCRIPTION

Pasture

Do.                                         TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

1       2       20

2       3       5

4       1       25

TENANT

Mr. W BRUTNELL

Do.

Mr. T. S. FOISTER

Commuted Tithe, £1 4s. 2d.

LOT 248

(Coloured Yellow on Plan No. 13.)

Two Fields of Pasture Land

situate immediately South-east of Lot 247, and containing an Area of

9a. 2r. 15p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

217

219

218

DESCRIPTION

Pasture

           

Do.

Spinney

                                  TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

5       0       24

3       2       19

         3       12

9       2       15

TENANT

Messrs. J BRUTNELL

and H. F. GHENT

Mr. T. S. FOISTER

In Hand

Commuted Tithe, £2 11s. 0d.

LOT 249

(Coloured Brown on Plan No. 13.)

Three Fields of Desirable Pasture Land

abutting upon the Eastwell Road, and containing an Area of

10a. 1r. 22p

or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

214

215

216

DESCRIPTION

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

         2       29

4       1       8

5       1       25

10     1       22

Tenant – Mrs. A. BREWIN

Commuted Tithe, £2 17s. 7d.

LOT 250

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 13.)

Two Field of Accommodation Pasture Land

situate immediately South of Lots 248 and 249, containing a total Area of

5a. 2r. 13p.

or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

230

231

DESCRIPTION

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

2       0       27

3       1       26

5       2       13

TENANT

Mr. E. A. LOWE

Mr. A. WAITE

Commuted Tithe, £1 8s. 11d

LOT 250a

(Coloured Yellow on Plan No. 13.)

A Piece of Allotment Land

situate immediately South and West of Lot 254, being part of No. 16 on the Ordnance Survey, and containing and Area of

1a. 3r. 22p

 

This Lot is sold with the benefit of a Right of Way for all purposes, as now enjoyed over Lot 231, to and from the Eastwell Road.

The Ironstone and Limestone under a portion of this Lots is let to the BESTWOOD AND STAVELEY IRON COMPANIES, under Lease.

LOT 251

(Coloured Purple on Plan No. 13.)

Two Closes of Desirable Pasture Land

situate on the South of the Goadby Road, and abutting upon Goadby Gorse, and having a total Area of

27a. 2r. 21p.

or thereabouts as follows :-

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

234

232

233

235

DESCRIPTION

Cottage Pieces

Roadside Plantation

Round Plantation

Pasture

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

22     3        2

         2        8

                  30

4       0       31

27     2       21

TENANT

COTTAGERS

In Hand

Do.

Mr. GEORGE LOCK

Commuted Tithe, £7 3s. 3d.

LOT 252

(Coloured Blue on Plan No 13.)

A Field of Pasture Land

abutting upon the Main Road to Eaton, being No. 192 on the Ordnance Survey, and containing an Area of

6a. 0r. 17p.

Or thereabouts.

 

Tenant – Mr. T. ROWBOTHAM

Commuted Tithe, £1 14s. 7d.

LOT 253

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 13.)

Two Fields of Pasture Land

Situate on the North-west of the Parish boundary, being Nos. 36 and 37 on the Ordnance Survey, and containing an Area of

23a. 2r. 17p.

or thereabouts.

 

Tenant – Mr. J. W. KIRK

LOT 254

(Coloured Green on Plan No. 13.)

A Block of Accommodation Arable Land

situate on the south of the Eastwell Road and containing an area of

44a. 2r. 11p

Or thereabouts, as follows :-

 

SCHEDULE

ORDNANCE NO.

1

1A

1B

2

6

7A

5

27A

6A

7

DESCRIPTION

                                              TOTAL     A

AREA

A.      R.      P.

4       1       2

2       2       33

                 1

6       8       8

9       2       21

         3       10

8       2       5  

2       0       37

         1       8

9       1       36

44     2       11

The Ironstone and Limestone under this Lot is let to the BESTWOOD AND STAVELEY IRON COMPANIES under Lease.

 

Tenant – Mr. T ROWBOTHAM

Commuted Tithe, £12 8s. 6d.

Hillfoot Cottages

LOT  255

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 7.)

A Pair of Newly Built Brick and Tiled Cottages

being part No. 221 on the Ordnance Survey

 

EACH COTTAGE contains Entrance Hall, Living Room, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, and three Bedrooms.

There are a Set of Brick and Tiled OUTBUILDINGS, forming Coal House, &c., to each House, and a Large Garden.

 

Tenants – Capt. R. B SHERIFFE and Mr. H. J. HASTINGS

Commuted Tithe, 1s.

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Hillfoot Cottages

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The Ferns and The Cottage

The Oaks

 

LOT 256

(Coloured Green on Plan No. 7.)

A Newly Built Stone and Tiled Cottage

situate immediately West of Lot 255, containing Living Room, Kitchen, Pantry, Cupboard under the Stairs, and three Bedrooms.

Range of Brick and Tiled BUILDINGS comprising Coal Place, Piggery, &c., and a Large Garden.

 

Tenant – Mr. G GLOVER

Commuted Tithe, 8d.

The Ferns

 

LOT 257

(Coloured Blue on Plan No. 7.)

A Brick and Stone Built Cottage

with Tiled Roof immediately West of Lot 256, and containing Entrance Porch, Living Room, Kitchen, Pantry, and three Bedrooms.

THE OUTBUILDINGS are Brick-built and Tiled, and comprise Washhouse, Coal Place, Piggery, and Workshop; with a Large Garden.

 

Tenant – Mrs. E. BREWIN

Commuted Tithe, 6d.

The Cottage

 

LOT 258

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 7.)

A Brick and Stone Built Cottage

with Tiled Roof, situate on the West of Lot 257, and containing Entrance Porch, Living Room, Kitchen, Pantry, three Bedrooms; together with Brick and Tiled OUTBUILDINGS, forming Coal House, Piggery; and Good Garden.

 

Tenant – THE SCHOOL MANAGERS

Commuted Tithe, 6d.

Oswestry and Horseshoe Cottage

 

LOT 259

(Coloured Yellow on Plan No.7.)

A Pair of Brick and Stone Built Cottages

with Slated Roofs, situate immediately West of Lot 237.

 

EACH COTTAGE contains Living Room, Pantry, and three Bedrooms.

THE OUTBUILDINGS are Brick-built and Slated, and comprise Coal House, Tool Place and Piggeries to each House.

 

Tenants – Messrs. E. H. HUDDLESTONE and W. CARTER

Commuted Tithe, 1s. 6d.

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Oswestry

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Horseshoe Cottage

Field Cottage

 

LOT 260

(Coloured Green on Plan No. 7.)

A pair of Brick and Stone Built Cottages

with a Tiled Roof (being part No. 226 on the Ordnance Survey).

 

EACH COTTAGE contains Living Room, Kitchen, Pantry, Washhouse, Coal House, and two Bedrooms.

There are Brick-built and Slated Piggeries to each House, with Good Gardens.

 

This Lot is sold with the benefit of a Right of Way for all purposes over Ordnance No. 223 of Lot 231, to and from the existing Lane.

 

Tenants – Capt. R. B. SHERIFFE or his Under-Tenants.

Commuted Tithe, 3d

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Field Cottage

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Manor Cottages

Manor Cottages

 

LOT 261

(Coloured Blue on Plan No. 7.)

Two Brick and Stone Built Cottages

with Tiled Roofs, situate immediately East of Lot 238.

 

EACH COTTAGE contains Living Room, Kitchen, Pantry, and three Bedrooms.

THE BUILDINGS are Brick and Stone-built, with Tiled Roofs, and comprise Washhouse, Cow Place for four and Calf Place, Hay Place, Piggery, and Coal Place.

 

Tenants – Messrs. C BREWIN and A. WARD

This Lot is sold with the benefit of a Right of Way for all purposes to and from the Drive on the East of Ordnance No. 158, Lot 231.

Commuted Tithe – 3d.

Inglebrook

 

LOT 263

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 7.)

A Stone Built Cottage

 

with Slated and Tiled Roof, situate on the North of Lot 239, and containing two Living Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Dairy, and three Bedrooms.

THE OUTBUILDINGS ARE Stone and Tiled, and comprise Coal Place and Pigsty.

 

Tenant – Mr. T. ROWBOTHAM.

 

2 Norman Cottages

 

LOT 264

(Coloured Green on Plan No. 7.)

A Stone and Brick Built and Tiled Cottage

situate immediately South of Lot 265 and containing two Living Rooms, Kitchen,

Pantry, two Bedrooms; together with Washhouse and Coal Place, Good Garden and Shrubbery (bring part Nos. 79 and 80 on the Ordnance Survey), the whole containing and Area of

3r. 23p.

or thereabouts.

 

Tenant – Mr. R. CHAMBERLAIN and In Hand

1 Norman Cottages

 

LOT 265

(Coloured Pink on Plan no. 7.)

The Stone and Brick Built Cottage

 

With a Tiled Roof, situate immediately North of Lot 264, being part No. 79 on the Ordnance Survey; and containing two Living Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, two Bedrooms; together with the Washhouse, Coal Place, and Large Garden.

 

This Lot is sold with the benefit of a Right of Way for all purposes on the North over Ordnance No. 27 of Lot 231.

 

Tenant – Mr. J. FRISBY

The Old Post Office

 

LOT 266

(Coloured Green on Plan No. 7.)

A Brick and Stone Built Cottage

with a Tiled Roof, situate on the West of Lot 241, and being part No. 127 on the Ordnance Survey, containing two Living Rooms, Kitchen, Dairy, and three Bedrooms; together with the Washhouse, Coal Place and Piggery.

 

This Lot is sold with a benefit of Right of Way to obtain Drinking Water from the Owner and Occupiers of Lot 242.

 

Tenant – Mr. F. PEARSON

Ivy House Farm

 

LOT 267

(Coloured Pink on Plan No. 7.)

A Stone Built and Tiled Cottage

Situate on the East of Lot 230, and containing two Living Rooms, Kitchen, dairy, Scullery, and five Bedrooms.

 

THE BUILDINGS are Brick and Tiled, and comprise Piggery, Coal Place, Washhouse, Cow Place for two, and Workshop; together with Good Garden.

 

Tenant – Mr. ARTHUR WAITE

Commuted Tithe, 2s. 2d

Norman Cottages

Norman Cottages

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Ivy House Farm

LOT 268

WITHDRAWN

 

LOT 269

WITHDRAWN