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Fire Insurance Records
The London Metropolitan Archive, holds the records of both the Sun and Royal Exchange Insurance companies, both of which insured tradesmen in Buckinghamshire and Worcestershire in the 18th century. The policies of the Sun Insurance Co. survive for the period 1710-1863 (Ms 11936-7: 1262 volumes) and those of the Royal Exchange Insurance Co. cover the periods 1753-9 and 1773-1883 (Ms 7252-5: 173 volumes).

The Sun and Royal Exchange insured domestic commercial and industrial buildings and their contents. The policies were copied into ledgers and include the following information: policy number, name of agent/location of agency; name, status, occupation and address of policy holder; names, occupations and addresses of tenants; location, type, nature of construction and value of property insured; premium; and renewal date.

The policy registers of the Sun and Royal Exchange remain largely unindexed, but there are two periods covered by name and place indexes. There is a card index to personal names in Sun policy registers, 1714-1731 (Ms 17817). It is arranged by county and alphabetically by name of policy holder within each county. It gives the name and occupation of the policy holder or tenant; the location of the property by county, parish or village (and occasionally street or hous). There is a photocopy of the Buckinghamshire entries at the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies in Aylesbury. The index to Sun and Royal Exchange policy registers for the period 1775-87 (Ms 24172) has been made available in microfiche form and copies given to most English record offices. There is a copy at the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies in Aylesbury. It has name, place and trade indexes. These cover the whole country, but Buckinghamshire towns are necessarily grouped together in the place index.

The Sun and Royal Exchange policies give an unrivalled picture of Buckinghamshire towns in the 18th century. The vast majority of gentry and tradesmen took out fire insurance, particularly following the disastrous fires at Buckingham and Stony Stratford. In the course of his work on Buckinghamshire towns, Julian Hunt has transcribed hundreds of fire insurance policies. Many of the policies relating to Amersham, Aylesbury, Beaconsfield, Buckingham, Marlow and, Newport Pagnell and Winslow have been transcribed and added to this website. The Worcestershire towns of Bromsgrove and Halesowen are also represented. More towns will follow in due course.
 
 
Fire Insurance Records by name in alphabetical order with property identified if possible  
   
Green End of the High St
Joseph Arrowsmith and William Lucas, Attorneys at Law,
Vol.295, 449472, 15.10.1781.
 
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On their goods in their now Dwelling house
80
On their printed books
20
 
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100

 
20,High St
Joseph Arrowsmith, Attorney at Law, Vol.336, 517516, 1787
 
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Household goods in his dwelling house, brick and tiled
100
Printed Books and Wearing Apparel therein
100
 
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100

 
Abbey End
Susanna Aseby, (Ashby) widow, Vol.258, 386604, 1777
 
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On her house with backhouse adj in ten of herself and William Spencer, carpenter, brick and tiled
100

 
John Atterbury, maltster and farmer, Vol.287, 434686, 1780
 
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His goods in his dwelling house brick and tiled
70
Wearing apparel
30
Utensils and stock in malthouse seperate
150
Utensils and stock in barn distant
50
2 barns adjoining thatched
50
In the open yard
50
 
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400

 
John Atterbury, farmer and maltster, Vol.297, 450953, 1781
 
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Dwelling house and office adjoining brick and tiled
70
Wearing apparel
30
Utensils and Stock in Malt House seperate
150
in Stable near
20
in 2 barns adjoining each other
70
Another barn
60
Rickyard
150
Large barn in his yard at Abbey End
20
Small barn
20
In open Yard
20
All thatched except as otherwise
_____

 
John Atterbury, farmer and maltster, Vol.341, 523324, 1786
 
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His goods in his dwelling house and office brick and tiled
70
Wearing apparel
30
The following are thatched
Utensils and stock in Malthouse and chamber communicating near but sep from above
250
Stable near
40
2 barns near
40
Barn near
40
Rickyard near
100
Large barn in farm yard in Abbey End
100
Small barn near in above farmyard
100
 
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Richard Backwell of Cony Court, Grays Inn, London,Esq.
Vol.11/372, 18657, 1720.
 
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for his house only being the WHITE SWAN at NP now in occ. of Mr Thomas Hall, Innkeeper
600
Vol.11/372, 18657, 1720.
For his stables and barns adj to the said Inn

 
10,St John St
Margaret Barnes and Elizabeth Cuthbertson, Vol.317, 486232, 26/11/1782
 
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On the now dwelling house only of Elizabeth Cuthbertson at the riverbridge Tickford
150
House only in the ten of Thos Eastland,
Officer of Excise
40
Wash-house only
10
 
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200

 
Jn Batty, lacemaker          Vol. 11936, Vol.101, 72
On his Stock in Trade in his apartment in Red Lyon Inn,
 
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Bishopsgate, London,
200

 
Wm Bletsoe dealer in houses       134778             1754
 
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House brick and tiled
160
Stable adj brick and tiled
40
Following adj.
6 stall stable
80
3 stall stable
20
3 stables, brick pannelled thatched
70
Brewhouse granary
30
 
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400

 
Elizabeth Cuthbertson and Mary Barnes, shopkeepers
Vol.317, 486233, 26/11/1782
 
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Their Utensils and stock in their now dwelling house
160
On Elizabeth Cuthbertson's household goods
60
On their wearing apparel
30
Utensils and stock in their Warehouse only near
50
 
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300

 
Avis Barratt, widow, Vol.21/313, 1725
 
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Dwelling house
250
Household goods
50
 
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Eliz. Barringer widow, Catherine Barringer, spinster
Vol.18/308, 1724, property at Olney.

 
49,High St
John Battison Snr of NP, butcher, for his buildings,
Vol.19/559, 35071, 1725,
 
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His own Dwelling house and Outhouses
80
All in Marsh End
1 Dwelling house in possession of Thomas Burgess, carpenter
20
Dwelling house of John Battison jnr
100
1 tenement in possession of Thomas Burgess, sadler
50
& outhouses to Dwelling house of John Battison Jnr.
50
 
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300

 
Marsh End (Eaton Crt approx)
Dunney Baxter, dealer in lace, Vol.292, 443915, 1782
On his household goods in on his now Dwelling house
 
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Brick,Brick panelled and tiled
100
Utensils and stock therein
500
 
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600

 
Next to Tickford Bridge
Thomas Biden, Supervisor of Excise, Vol.337, 517113, 7/4/1786
On his household goods in his now dwelling house
 
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brick and tiled
100
Wearing apparel
90
Plate
10
 
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200

 
Stephen Bluck, shopkeeper, Vol.18/64, 32754, 1724
 
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his Goods and Merchandise in his now Dwelling house & on 6 other tenements
300
1 in the occ of Edward Blunt
50
5 in the occs of Wm Strudock, Wm Harding, Chas Hickbey, David Badson and Thomas Sutley,
150
 
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500

 
5/7 High St
Jane Blunt and Martha Seeley, shopkeepers and dealers in lace,
Vol.285, 432522, 29/8/1780
 
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on their now dwelling house
100
Stock and goods
50
House at Mill End
100
4 houses all thatched adj each other in Mill End in the occs of Widow Richardson
40
of ..... Hefford
50
of Ablethorpe and Widow church ???
60
 
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400

 
Barclays Bank High St
Alice Bowrey, widow, Vol.13/108, 1721,
 
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her house late in the ten of John Palmer of Nash
300

 
High St next to King and Queen George Burnham, victualler, Vol.259, 386529, 1777
 
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Dwelling house, Back Kitchen, loft over, slaughter house, Fasting house and stables communicating, Tiled and thatched
100

 
William Burr, victualler and maltster, Vol.270, 408610, 1778
(BULL AND BITCH)
 
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Dwelling house brick, brick panelled and tiled
300
his goods therein
80
wearing apparel
20
Utensils and stock therein
200
Utensils and stock in his malting office at Broughton
180
Stock in his barn seperate thatched
20
 
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800

 
William Burr, victualler and maltster, Vol.288, 438726, 1781
(BULL AND BITCH)
 
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Dwelling house, brewhouse, cellars, corn-chamber all adj brick, brick panelled and tiled
300
Household goods
80
Wearing Apparel
20
Utensils and Stock
200
House only adj and lett in tenements
100
 
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700

 
5/7 High St
William Capon, cabinet and chair maker, Vol.288, 435865, 1781
 
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Dwelling house, brick, timber and tiled
100
Household goods
30
Utensils and stock
50
Wearing apparel
20
 
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200

 
next to Red Bull 25,High St approx
Thomas Chandler, victualler, plumber, painter and glazier, Vol.302, 462160, 1782.
 
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Goods in Dwelling house brick and timber
250
Utensils and Stock therein
100
Wearing Apparel
50
 
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400

 
Roger Chapman his house with 2 stables and 3 tenmts adjoining. Vol.16/351, 1724
(SARACENS HEAD)
 
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The Dwelling house of the said
Inn occ by Charles Whitworth
400
2 stables
100
George Jennings house
200
2 other tenmts occ by Richard Nelson and Richard Cleaver
100
 
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800

 
Brooklands House
Anthony Chapman for his now Dwelling house at NP and 6 tenements all adj. with outhouse to his house.
Vol.18/2, 32605 23.7.1724
 
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His own Dwelling house
200
Brewhouse, barns and stables
50
Dwelling house of Mrs Anna Maria Pomfret
120
Barn and Stable
30
5 other tenements in the occs of John Austin, Daniel Hooton, Mrs Smith, Widow Vaughan,and Mrs Cook,
100
 
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500

 
James Chatter, Gent., Vol.17/350, 1724,
 
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Dwelling house all under one roof and now inhabited by Thomas Richardson, shoemaker, George Mills butcher, and William Harvey. (SAME PROPERTY OWNED BY THOMAS COOPER IN 1725)
300

 
William Chibnall, draper, Vol.9/260, 14114, 1719, (Father of the Wm later at Hare and Hounds)
 
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Dwelling house with the shop under the same roof
350
Kitchen, pantry woodhouse brewhouse and stables all adjoining in one building thatched
150
 
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500

 
Robert Chibnall, laceman, (in trust for John Prentice a minor)
Vol.259, 386527, 1777
 
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On 4 tenements and a barn adjoining
80
On 2 tenements, barn and stable adjoining in tenure of Edward Boswell
20
 
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100

 
Hatt House Silver St or site of Robert Chibnall, laceman,
Vol.276, 416959, 1777
 
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House, kitchen, brewhouse, coalhouse adj, brick and tiled
300
Household goods
170
Wearing Apparel
30
Utensils and Stock
500
Pools Lane House in ten of William Fossey, dairyman brick and tiled
100
next to 5/7 St John St House in ten William Gadsdons shopkeeper, brick, brick panelled and tiled
100
House in ten of Thos Price, draper, brick and tiled
80
 
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1,300

 
Robert Chibnall, of NP laceman, Vol.302, 462192, 1782
 
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on his house and office adjoining at Loughton in tenure of .... farmer
100
Barn and Cowhouse
30
Barn
30
Barn
40
 
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200

 
Hatt House rest as above Sarah Chibnall, widow, George Pitt Hurst, Robert Jee, Wm Gurden and John Chibnall Prentice, Executors to Robert Chibnall decd.
Vol.314, 482478, 10/9/1782
 
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On their house, kitchen, brewhouse, and coalhouse adj in ten of Sarah Chibnall, brick and tiled
300
Her goods
170
Wearing apparel
30
House in ten Wm Fossey, dairyman brick and tiled and a small part plaister
100
House in ten of Widow Kilpin, brick, brick panelled and tiled
80
House adj in ten Henry Crann, shopkeeper, brick and tiled
120
 
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800

 
High St, Lucas later here next to vicarage William Cleaver, shopkeeper and dealer in lace,
Vol.290, 442357, 1779
 
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His goods in his now dwelling house brick and tiled
50
Utensils and stock
230
Wearing apparel
20
 
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300

 
Silver St Approx entrance to Lovat Hall Robert Collison, surgeon,
Vol.280, 423678, 1780
 
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Bakehouse in Hertford 5 tenmts adjoining in March End in tenures of James Watt, horse dealer and ..... Barnes, labourer
40

 
Robert Collison, surgeon, Sarah Collison and George Mugliston Vol.280, 424717, 1781
 
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On their house and barn adj. in the tenure of ... Warren, labourer
70
Stable adj. tiled and thatched
30
 
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100

 
St John St
Robert Collison, surgeon, Vol.287, 434396, 1781
 
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on his goods in his dwelling house and office adjoining brick and tiled
150
Wearing apparel therein
50
 
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200

 
Robert Collison, surgeon, Vol.298, 454894, 1781
On his house and bakehouse in Herts.

Matthew Cooper in Foster Lane, goldsmith and guardian to his nephew Matthew Cooper of NP, plumber for his several Dwelling Houses in NP in Trust for his nephew. Vol.18/620. 35593, April 30th 1725
 
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Dwelling house of Matthew Cooper, plumber with a workhouse behind next to Kings Arms
100
Dwelling house of John Price, brasier,
50
Dwelling house of William Truelove, baker, (NB the oven not in the house but at some distance there from and not insured)
50
A large house in Tickford Abbey End let in 3 tenements with 2 barns, a stable and slaughter house,in the occs of Thos Adams, butcher Rd Coles, laceman, and John Storier
100
4 several dwelling house's all in Abbey End in the occs of Thos Arnold, Widow Kendall, Rd Judge and Henry Cooper
80
 
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500

 
Thomas Cooper, grocer, Vol.13/282, 23518, 1721
 
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House in tenure of John Rogers
200
a Backhouse
100
 
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300

 
Thomas Cooper, grocer Vol.21/20, 1725
 
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Dwelling house in occ Thomas Richardson, shoemaker,
George Mills, butcher and William Harvey
SAME PROPERTY OWNED BY JAMES CHATTER IN 1724
300

 
Thomas Cooper, grocer, Vol.30/296,1731
 
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Dwelling house
150
Stock
50
and 7 other houses as below Dwelling house and barber's shop in occ Richard Smith against the WHITE SWAN
100
Dwelling house in occ of Thomas Richardson, shoemaker 3 Dwelling houses in occ George Mills Butcher, William Prigmore, pipemaker and William Williamson, dry cooper 2 other Dwelling houses behind the 3 above in occ Widow Shaler and Widow Mills.
100

 
16/18 Silver St
Edward Cox, carpenter, Vol.258, 386602, 1777
 
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Dwelling house, tenement, pantry with rooms over washhouse adj, brick, brick panelled, small part plaster and tile
240
His household goods
30
Tenement in yard
50
Wearing apparel
30
Workshop seperate thatched
40
Utensils and Stock
10
 
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400

 
5,St John St Henry Crann, shopkeeper and dealer in lace, Vol.288, 435866, 1781
 
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Household goods inhis dwelling house
20
Utensils and stock, china and glass
60
Earthenware
20
 
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400

 
60, High St
Robert Crichton, laceman, Vol.12/261, 1720
For his Malthouse only near his Dwelling house

 
Kings Head
James Crick, victualler and carpenter, Vol.295, 447946, 1782
 
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Dwelling house and office adjoining brick, brick panelled, tiled
200
Household goods and stock therein
80
Wearing Apparel
20
Workshops adjoining but not communicating tiled thatched
40
Utensils and Stock
60
 
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400

 
Mill St
William Cripps, draper, haberdasher and mercer,
Vol.278, 421440, 1779
 
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His goods in dwelling house plaster and tiled
100
Utensils and Stock
900
 
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1,000

 
George Cripps, innholder, Vol.287, 434394, 1780
(BLUE ANCHOR)
 
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Dwelling house and office attached
150
Utensils and Stock therein
100
Household Goods in his lodging rooms, cellar, washhouse, and stables in Yard
50
Utensils and stock therein
200
 
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500

 
Green End
Elizabeth Cripps, widow, Vol.296, 451136, 12/11/1781.
(Mother of the George who had the BLUE ANCHOR)
 
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On her Malthouse and Kiln and loft comm in ten of Rd Patch and Joseph Redden Maltsters, Brick and Tiled.
250
Range of hovels thatched
50
2 barns adj seperate Stone & tiled
150
Cowhouse and stable adj not communicating thatched
30
Barn and stable adj distant thatched
120
 
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600

 
Thomas Cusins, cordwainer, Vol.30/28, 1730
 
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On his dwelling house and other house in ten of James Gardiner, printer, brick panelled and tiled with outhouse adj.
200

 
Joseph Davall, innholder, Vol.337, 519473, 1787
(George Inn)
 
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Household goods, dwelling house, lodging rooms, offices, brick, brick panelled and tiled
150
Utensils and Stock
140
Wearing Apparel
60
Utensils and Stock in Granary Adjoining brick and tiled
50
 
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400

 
Robert Denton, victualler, Vol.269, 405641, 1778
(Three Tuns)
 
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House, Goods, license
100
Utensils and Stock
130
Wearing Apparel
20
Stock in barn
10
Wood in yard
20
 
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All thatched
300

 
25,Tickford St
Thomas Eason, butcher and farmer, Vol.326, 500388, 1783
 
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Household goods in house and offices adj, brick, brick panelled and tiled
80
Utensils and stock
20
Wearing apparel
30
 
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130

 
Thomas Eason, butcher and farmer, Vol.341, 524984, 1786
 
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Household goods in his dwelling house and office adj, brick, brick panelled and tiled
80
Utensils and stock
20
Utensils and stock in barn at Caldecote near NP
40
In his brickyard and only near
100
Wearing Apparel
30
 
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270

 
Tickford Arcade
Thomas Forster, dealer in Spirituous liquors, Vol.254, 379329, 1777
 
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His household goods in his dwelling house brick and tiled
60
Wearing apparel
40
Utensils and stock
50
Ditto in Warehouse, brick panelled and tiled
250
 
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400

 
Thomas Godfrey Forster, surgeon, Vol.287, 434393, 1780
 
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on his 2 houses adjoining each other in tenure of Himself and John Gable, Gent.,
800
Kitchen and Laundry over behind
80
Summer House, and Privy distant
80
Above brick and slated
Stables adjoining in the yard brick timber and tiled
40
 
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1,000

 
At rear of 1,High St belongs to Hamiltons
Thomas Forster, brandy and wine merchant, Vol.299, 454757,1782
 
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At his warehouse near the church, brick and thatched
60
Utensils and Stock
140
 
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200

 
Green End later belongs to Brewery
John Franklin, Gent., Vol.300, 456421, 1782
 
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Dwelling house and office adj, brick and tiled
60
Printed books therein
5
Wearing apparel
30
Plate
5
 
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100

 
Rose and Crown
William Frear, victualler and dealer in hogs, Vol.290, 439993, 1781
 
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Household goods in his now dwelling house brick stone & tiled
50
Utensils and stock therein
20
Wearing apparel
30
Utensils and stock in brewhouse & cellar adj sep
100
Utensils and stock in stable & pigsty adj distant
20
House only in ten Robert Richardson shoemaker
60
barn stable & hogsty adjacent but seperate
20
 
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300

 
St John St owned by Chibnall
William Frost, breeches maker and glover, Vol.288, 435867, 1781
 
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Dwelling house, brick, timber and tiled
20
Utensils and Stock
30
2 houses adj in ten of Watts and others thatched
40
2 barns adj sep
10
 
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100

 
23/25 Silver St
John Gable, dealer in Spirituous liquors, Vol.335, 515121, 1786
 
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goods in Dwelling house brick, stone and timber
200
Household goods
50
Utensils and Stock
100
Wearing Apparel
10
Tenmt and barn adj each other near the above in the tenure of Thos Hurndall, baker, thatched
40
 
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400

 
John Gable, dealer in Spirituous liquors, Vol.290, 442358, 1779
 
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his goods in his now dwelling house brick and tiled
100
Utensils and stock therein
120
wearing apparel
70
plate
10
23/25 Silver St
house barn and tenement adj in the tenure of John Walker bricklayer tiled and thatched
200
 
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500

 
John Gable, dealer in Spirituous liquors, Vol.303, 463671, 17/8/1782
 
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On his now dwelling house only stone, brick, timber and tiled
200
his goods therein
90
Wearing apparel
50
Barn and tenement adj and communicating, a Brick or Stone wall between in ten of himself and others, thatched
50
On his utensils and stockd
10
 
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500

 
Part of 1, St John St Elizabeth Gadsdon, grocer, Vol.262, 393824, 1777
 
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Household goods in dwelling house, shop and warehouse adj, brick, stone and tiled
100
Utensils and stock
100
 
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200

 
Blue Boar next to Swan
Mathew Geary, laceman, Vol. 19/211, 1725
 
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Dwelling house
100
Brewhouse and stable
100
Ten of John Ruffhead
100
 
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300

 
Geo Gilpin, farmer and maltster 13519 1754
 
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Household goods in his now dwelling house only, tiled
20
Utensils and stock in thacthed building nr house
100
Barn on righthand end
25
Barn adj
20
 
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200

 
Magdalen Gregory of NP for her buildings only in NP, Vol. 17/151, 30544, 1724
 
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Her house and Dwelling house
200
Dwelling house of Mr Philips
200
Crown and Thistle
Dwelling house of Eliz. Round
150
Dwelling house of John Seeley
130
Dwelling house of John Barton
80
and Stables belonging
50
Dwelling house of John Asabie
70
Dwelling house of Thomas Bullock
60
& 3 houses in the occs of John Thompson,James Marshall and Widow Wood
60
 
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1,000

 
Magdalen Gregory of NP, widow, Vol.24/87, 41706, 10/5/1727
On all the houses in London ? of William Williamson, dry cooper, (she lives St John St)

 
Robert Hall, Vol.30/622, 1730,
 
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The SWAN INN Brick, stone and tiled
500
Stables and brewhouse, not adjoining brick and tiled
200
plus 3 Brick and tiled houses adjoining each other in St John St in occ of John Norman, carrier
115
James Saxby, lace maker
115
Michael Newton, taylor
70
 
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1,000

 
John Hamilton, lace merchant, Vol.297, 452380, Dec 1781.
 
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as mortgagee on his house only situated at Bletchley empty
250
Bakehouse only seperate
50
 
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300

 
1,High St
Thomas Abbott Hamilton, lace merchant, Vol.313, 478604, 29.5.1783
 
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Dwelling house and offices adj
500
household goods thereine
200
Stable, chaisehouse adj in yard
150
House and offices adj in tenure of Elizabeth Gadsden, shopkeeper
200
House and offices adj each other and the above in the tenure of Thomas Forster, wine merchant
250
House in Olney in tenure of Thomas Talbot laceman,
250
House adj in the tenure of ... Bannister, shoemaker,
120
House adj empty
130
the above all brick, stone or brick panelled and tiled. The following thatched brewhouse, warehouse this is the lace warehouse i.e. Clift and Foster and stables behind the above
40
House and offices adj in the tenure of .... Marriott, widow
30
Brewhouse and Kitchen adj seperate
30
 
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1,900

 
Thomas Abbott Hamilton, lace merchant, Vol.317, 484273, 1783
 
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House only in tenure of Richard King, farmer
150
Barn and Cowhouse adj
60
Barn and stable seperate
70
Barn and Pigsty
20
 
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300

 
High St CO-OP grocery
Thomas Handson, baker, Vol.267, 400216, 1778
 
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Dwelling house,pantry, bakehouse, and woodhouse adj
200
Goods
30
Barn and Stable-yard
20
Woodyard
20
2 Houses with washhouse and barn adjoining in tenure of Mark Cripps, Gent.,
1,000
 
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1,270

 
High St ?
Anne Hartley, widow, Vol.20/315, 1725
On property of Edward Woodward, surgeon of St Paul's Yard (WOODWARD LIVES IN KENSINGTON IN 1731 see entry for Norman, carrier 33/299)
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House and Malthouses in occ of Ann Hartley widow dwelling house and Kitchen
500
Brewhouse and Stables
60
Woodhouse and barns
60
The Malting Office
180
 
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800

 
Ann Hartley, widow Vol.20/361,1725,
On her two houses and outhouses thatched
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1 in occ Richard Revis, butcher,
150
1 in occ Thomas Floyd, labourer,
50
Outbuildings to both
100
 
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300

 
Near the Ram, Bridge St
William Harvey, Gent., Vol.264, 397368, 1777
 
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his now dwelling house and tenement adjoining in the tenure of ....
170
Barn, stable and coachhouse adjoining
30
 
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200

 
Kings Head
Mary Hefford, victualler, Vol.262, 395823, 1777
 
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On her now Dwelling house with Back Kitchen, Scullery, Cellar and Brewhouse adjoining sit in NP, Brick, Brick panelled and tiled
200
Household goods
40
Wearing Apparel
20
Utensils and Stock
40
 
_____
 
300

 
Richard Higgins, innholder, Vol.259, 386528, 1777
(SWAN)
 
?/center>
House and Goods brick and tiled,
600
Stock
200
Utensils and Stock/Stock in brewhouse
30
Household goods in Rooms and Chamber over stables adjoining in the Yard, Plaster and tiled
100
Utensils and Stock
70
 
_____
 
1,000

 
Richard Higgins, innholder, Vol.330, 508371, 1785
His house the Coach and Horses at Wavendon, tenant is Ann Goodwin.

 
Chapmans Farm
Richard Hill, farmer, Vol.336, 518156, 1787
 
?/center>
Goods in his dwelling house and office adjoining stone, brick and tiled
80
Wearing Apparel
20
Utensils and stock in his barn, hogsties, henhouse, stables and cowhouse adjoining near thatched seperate
200
House and office adjoining at Angel Street, Bedford in tenure of Bigrave, grocer, brick, timber and tiled
100
 
_____
 
400

 
58,High St owner Sr Jn Riddle
Richard Hill, saddler, Vol.300, 456921, 1782
 
?/center>
Dwelling house and household goods
50
Utensils and stock
50
 
_____
 
100

 
Next to Plow and Wheatsheaf owner Mary Tandy
Thomas Hill, dealer in lace, Vol.261, 389404, 1777
 
?/center>
His goods in his now dwelling house brick and tiled
60
Wearing apparel
20
Utensils and stock therein
120
 
_____
 
200

 
Thomas Hill, laceman and draper, Vol.292, 443917, 1782
 
?/center>
His goods in his dwelling house
80
Printed books therein
5
Utensils and stock therein
180
wearing apparel
20
Plate
5
Utensils and stock in Brewhouse and Cellar adjoining
10
 
_____
 
300

 
The entry below is for the house that belonged to Wm Cripps, brewer until his death in 1779.
Margaret Hill, schoolmistress, Vol.292, 443625, 30/5/1781
 
?/center>
on her now dwelling house Brick and tiled
260
Her goods therein
60
Wearing Apparel
40
House adjoining in ten. of Hawkes labourer and Cawson schoolmistress, Brick, tiled and thatched
100
House adj in ten of Eason labourer brick and tiled
50
Stable and woodhouses adj thatched
50
House in tenure of .. Smith, breeches maker near brick and tiled.
40
 
_____
 
600

 
Richard Hoddle, maltster, Vol.10/131, 23rd Sept 1719
 
?/center>
his Malthouse, brewhouse and barn adjoining near his dwelling house (No Reg = Mr Hoddle in Bridewell Precinct)
300

 
Richard Hoddle malster Vol.19/95, 1725
 
?/center>
His own dwelling house
50
Goods in same
30
Malting office, barn, stable and brewhouse adjoining near and belonging to the said dwelling house
220
Stock in Trade of said malting office
170
Richard Rigsby's dwelling house
30
 
_____
 
500

 
56, High St
Stephen Hoddle, Gent., Vol.256, 382641, 1777
 
?/center>
his goods in his Dwelling house, brick and tiled
300
Wearing Apparel
100
 
_____
 
400

 
Stephen Hoddle, Gent., Vol.264, 397369, 1777
Mill St
 
?/center>
on his house in the tenure of James Hollingworth shopkeeper, brick and tiled
100
Top of Silver St
house in tenure of Charles Bulley,
brick panelled and tiled
100
 
_____
 
200

 
James Hollingworth, grocer and tallow chandler,
Vol.259, 386524, 1777
 
?/center>
House, plaster and tiled
and Goods in House (no candles therein)
100
Wearing Apparel
100
Stock
350
Stock in Candle house only (thatched)
150
 
_____
 
700

 
John Hollingworth, Gent., Vol.258, 386689, 1777
 
?/center>
The SWAN INN in ten of Rd Higgins, brick and tiled
600
Brewhouse, brick and tiled
50
Stable, brick, stone and tiled
200
Rooms and Chamber over stables, timber, plaster and tiled
200
Stable seperate, brick and tiled
100
Stable and shed in ten of Higgins, brick and tiled
100
Tenement and barn, thatched
100
Next all in St John St lower east 2 tenements and brewhouse adj in ten of Stratton, shopkeeper and Errington, private, brick panelled and tiled.
150
His tenement in ten of Mary Marshall Mascall shopkeeper, brick, tiled , small part plaister
150
Barn and stable in the yard
100
does below mean Tanyard?
His washhouse and stable adj in Marsh End intended for own occ, brick, timber and tiled.
300
 
_____
 
2,000

 
John Hooton, grocer and shopkeeper, Vol.10/358, 1719
Dwelling house

 
John Hooton, shopkeeper, Vol.19/511, 34937, 1725
 
?/center>
On his house known by the sign of the KING AND QUEEN with stables and brewhouse thereunto belonging and now in the occupation of John Burnham, victualler
100
Stables and brewhouse
40
 
_____
 
140

 
Robert Jee, draper, Vol.331, 506992, 1785
 
?/center>
Goods
100
Stock
750
House adjoining in tenure of (James) Lindsay Gent.
(this was the BLUE BOAR)
150
 
_____
 
1,000

 
14,Tickford St
Edward Jefferson, leather dresser, Vol.290, 442354, 1782
 
?/center>
On dwelling house, stable and warehouse
250
his goods therein
100
Utensils and stock therein
500
Plate
10
Drying house and Grounding shop
20
Utensils and stock therein
50
Warehouse, frizing house and lofts over
70
Utensils and stock therein
30
Fleshing house distant
20
Warehouse, drying shed and wool chambers
100
Utensils and stock therein
50
 
_____
 
1,200

 
George Jennings, milliner, Vol.14/124, 1722
 
?/center>
on his goods in his house next to Serjeants Head
500
Gilbert Johnson, grocer, 3 policies
Vol.9/280, 1719 Dwelling house
Vol.11/226, 1719,
Vol.30/299, 1719
Dwelling house brick panelled and tiled
100
Goods
200
3 other Dwelling houses Brick Panelled and tiled in occ of Richard Marlow victualler
50
Thomas Batterson, lacemaker
30
Elizabeth Gooday
20
 
_____
 
400

 
Robert Judkins, fellmonger, Vol.18/324, 34268, 1724
 
?/center>
for his now dwelling house and outhouses adj.
100
For his Goods and Merchandise

 
John Keates, victualler, Vol.296, 451139, 1782
THE COFFEE HOUSE.
 
?/center>
Dwelling house brick panelled and tiled
100
Utensils and Stock
250
Wearing Apparel
50
 
_____
 
400

 
High St
John Keep, brazier and dealer in skins, Vol.321, 490441, 1782
 
?/center>
Dwelling house and stock
70
Utensils and stock
100
Wearing apparel
30
 
_____
 
200

 
William King, victualler, Vol.290, 440687, 1782
(Two Brewers)
Dwelling house brewhouse and Cellar
 
?/center>
Brick timber and tiled
80
Utensils and Stock
180
Wearing Apparel
30
Plate
10
 
_____
 
300

 
William King Victualler Vol.290, 440687, 1782
Dwelling house brewhouse and Cellar
 
?/center>
Brick timber and tiled
80
Utensils and Stock
180
Wearing Apparel
30
Plate
10
 
_____
 
300

 
High St between Bank and Ram
George Knibb, joiner and cabinet maker, Vol.284, 430703, 1781
 
?/center>
His house, brewhouse,tenement and woodhouse and stable adjoining ... in tenure of John Pearson lacemaker and undertenant, brick timber and tiled
200

 
George Knibb, Joiner and Cabinet Maker, Vol.284, 430703,
Midsummer 1781
on his now Dwelling house and workshop adj
 
?/center>
Brick, timber and tiled
200
Household goods
50
Utensils and Stock therein
140
Utensils and Stock in open yard
10
 
_____
 
400

 
Gateway to the Saracens Head
Robert Kunnison, dealer in lace, Vol.290, 442783, 1st May 1781
 
?/center>
his goods in his dwelling house brick and tiled
80
Utensils and stock
100
Wearing apparel
20
Utensils and Stock in open yard
10
 
_____
 
200

 
Robert Kunnison, draper and dealer in lace, Vol.256, 382642, 1777
 
?/center>
his goods in his now Dwelling house brick and tiled
200
Stock
300

 
William Law, chapman, Vol.18/7, 32616, 27/7/1724,
 
?/center>
for his now dwelling house
150
and stable belonging
150
 
_____
 
300

 
High St owner Jn Todd, (may be 58,High St)
William Litchfield, taylor and draper, Vol.317, 483891,1783
On his household goods in his now dwelling house
 
?/center>
brick, stone and tiled
30
Wearing apparel
20
Utensils and Stock and goods
250
 
_____
 
300

 
John Marshall, innholder, Vol.278, 419443, 1779
 
?/center>
Dwelling house and offices adjoining called the SARACENS HEAD, brick and tiled
500
Plate therein
100
China and Glass
50
Utensils and Stock
250
Utensils and Stock in the Chaisehouse with lofts over, timber and tiled.
50
In 3 stables adjoining and lofts over
150
 
_____
 
1,100

 
John Matthew, laceman, Vol.18/324, 34267, 1724
For his now dwelling house with outbuildings.
 
?/center>
Dwelling house
200
Stable and Hayloft adj.
50
1 tenement adj. in possession of Susan Middleton,
50
 
_____
 
300

 
John Matthew of NP Lacebuyer, Vol.23/436, 41084, 16/3/1726
His 5 tenements and outhouse near each other part thatch
 
?/center>
1 Dwelling house late John Matthew Snr,
200
The outhouses thereto
50
& the other tenements adj in occ of Anne Finimoor.
50
 
_____
 
300

 
Sarah Maxwell of NP widow for her 7 Dwelling houses adj in NP, Vol.17/76, 30136, 1724
 
?/center>
The Dwelling House of Mrs Burtwell
200
1 House unoccupied
100
The Dwelling House of John Barnes
100
Above may be 58, High St.) The other 4 Dwelling houses in ten. of Thos Davis, Anthony Byway, John Brice and Matthew Lane
80
1 house at Cranfield in occ John Litchfield
20
 
_____
 
500

 
Brewery House ??? does not mention stone Thomas Meacher, brewer, Vol.331, 507459, 1785
 
?/center>
On his Dwelling house and Counting house adj brick & tiled
250
Household goods therein
150
Wearing apparel
100
On Brewhouse storehouse stables & woodhouse adj. with lofts over, this is a seperate building tiled & thatched
200
Utensils and stock therein
500
 
_____
 
1,200

 
Thomas Meacher, brewer, Vol.336, 518159, 1789
 
?/center>
On his house only situated at Sherington in the tenure of Goodridge victualler, brick stone & tiled
100

 
Thomas Meacher, brewer, Vol.336, 518159, 1789
 
?/center>
On his house only situated at Sherington in the tenure of Goodridge victualler, brick stone & tiled
100

 
Francis Mead, doctor, Vol.20/125, 1725
 
?/center>
Dwelling house only
500

 
James Milligan , victualler and draper, Vol.30/295, 1731,
 
?/center>
at the RAM, Dwelling house timber and tiled
200

 
Old Blue Boar
Robert Moore, sadler, Vol.337, 516987, 5/4/1786
On his 2 houses and Brewhouse and offices all adj in ten of himself and Joseph Pain, Peruke Maker,
 
?/center>
brick, tiled and thatched
250
Household goods
100
Utensils and stock
150
 
_____
 
500

 
Rd Neal, yeoman, Tickford End, Vol. ... 134401       1754
 
?/center>
House in occ Wm Cowley, brick, stone and tiled
50
House adj brick, stone and tiled, own occ
50
                   ??
40
Little Barn only, thatched
5
On their barns, thatched
10
on house seperate in occ Matt Marshall, thatched
40
 
_____
 
200

 
Elizabeth Newman, victualler, shopkeeper and tallow chandler, Vol.264, 396094, 1777
(RED BULL)
 
?/center>
Household goods in dwelling house with brewhouse and cellars adjoining brick panelled and tiled
100
Utensils and Stock, therein
400
Utensils and Stock in Candle House adjoining but no communication
100
 
_____
 
600

 
Robert Newman, victualler and tallow chandler,
Vol.291, 442353, 1782 Red Bull
 
?/center>
His goods in dwelling house and cellar adjoining brick, brick panelled and tiled
100
Utensils and stock therein
700
Wearing apparel
40
Utensils and stock in candle house brick and tiled
60

 
Vicarage 85, High St
John Norman, carrier, Vol.33/299, 1731,
On property of Edward Woodward, surgeon, Kensington, Middlessex.
 
?/center>
Dwelling house, malthouse, stables brick and tiled in tenure of Norman Carrier
300
Malthouse
200
Barns, Stables
150
 
_____
 
650
NOTE: John Norman, carrier was a tenant of Robert Hall in 1730 see 30/622

 
Next to the Bully and Tickford Bridge
William Odell of Strand London for Mathew Buck, baker,
Vol.22/10, 1726.
 
?/center>
Dwelling house
200
Stable
20
Stable called the Long Stable
20
Hay Barn and Water House
60
 
_____
 
300

 
Isaac Odell, victualler, Vol.283, 428873, 1781
Household Dwelling house brewhouse,
 
?/center>
brick stone and tiled
100
Utensils and Stock
100
 
_____
 
200

 
Thomas Odell,innholder, Vol.280, 423987, 1780
GEORGE
House, brewery and house adjoining
 
?/center>
Brick and tile
120
Stock
150
Wearing Apparel
30
 
_____
 
300

 
James Ogden, victualler, Vol.341, 523323, 1787
On his house at Sherington in ten Benj Griggs, butcher

 
Richard Perrott, draper, Vol.9/11, 13872, 1719
His now dwelling house

 
Robert Perrot, gent, Vol.25/511, 1727

On his several Dwelling houses
 
?/center>
The Dwelling house only of the THREE TUNS Inn in occ of John Wilkinson, stone and tile
200
Stables near adjoining. Thatched
20
The Dwelling house only of the GEORGE INN in occ James Smith stone, brick and tiled
500
Stables thereto not thatched
250
Tenmt adjoining Thomas Mapley
50
Francis Perrot Dwelling house tiled
100
Jeremy Broughton Dwelling house
70
outbuildings
100
tenmt widow Beck, tiled is this Randall,s widow?
50
2 tenmts in occ Aaron Burden and Benjamin Nicholls
60
 
_____
 
1,400

 
Not sure but he owns property in St John St William Paine, Gent., Vol.336, 517514, 1787
 
?/center>
Dwelling house, brick and tiled
150
Household goods
30
Wearing apparel
10
Brewhouse only sep, brick panelled and tiled
10
 
_____
 
200

 
Richard Patch and John Cripps of NP for Charitable Uses
Vol.261, 389405, 1777
Top two are Feoffees property next to Red Bull
House in tenure of Thomas Parrot shopkeeper
 
?/center>
brick plaster and tiled
60
House gatehouse and bakehouse adjoining in the tenure of William Downing baker tiled and thatched
100
2 tenements adjoining in tenure of John Warley and others thatched
30
Hovel, stable adjoining tiled and thatched
10
2 tenements and leanto's adjoining in tenure of widow Davies and Joe Davies shoemaker
100
PARISH WORKHOUSE stone and tiled
60
4 tenements not communicating with above thatched
40
 
_____
 
400

 
Richard Patch and John Cripps Vol.261, 390346, 1777
Charitable Uses (this indicates property owned by Town Lands Feoffees) House of Thos Parrott, shopkeeper,
 
?/center>
brick, plaster and tiled
60
House, Gatehouse and Bakery adj in ten of William Downing, baker, tile and thatched
100
2 tens in occ of John Worley and others, thatched
30
 
_____
 
190

 
Richard Patch and Joseph Redden, maltsters
Vol.291, 439991, 26th Feb 1781
 
?/center>
U and Stock in their malthouse and chamber communicating brick and tiled
400
Above is Marsh End

 
Richard Patch, maltster, Vol.295, 447947, 1782
TWO BREWERS
On his house and offices adjoining in the tenure of William King, victualler,
 
?/center>
brick, timber and tiled
100
One house adjoining in tenure of Seeley, bookseller
200
 
_____
 
300

 
Robert Pearson, lace merchant, Vol.254, 379324, 1777
(JOSEPH CAPON WAS AT SARACENS HEAD)
 
?/center>
On his house, brewhouse, Assembly Room, office, with a stable adj in tenure of Joseph Capon Innholder, brick, brick paneled, and tiled
400
Stable in backyard, brick plaster and tiled
100
His Gateway in tenure of Robert Kunnison linen draper brick, stone and tiled
150
3 tenements under 1 roof near back gate brick and tiled, one is empty
350
3 tenements adj each other in Marsh end, thatched in tenure of Thomas Odell and others
100
4 tenements adj in Abbey End in tenure of David Dixon and others thatched
100
 
_____
 
1,200

 
Robt Pearson of NP Lace Merchant Vol. 298, 454895, Xmas 1782
(INCLUDES SARACENS HEAD)
On his buildings and goods as below
Unionist Club
 
?/center>
On his now Dwelling house and offices adj in Saint John Street Brick stone and tiled
200
His goods therein
70
Wearing Apparel therein
30
next three up from Unionist house and outhouse adj in ten Wm Frost
Breeches maker brick, brick panelled and tiled
100
H adj in ten Mary Marshall grocer brick and tiled
90
house adj in ten Isaac Greensmith private brick stone and tiled
20
Near to corner with Church Lanehouse and offices adj Opposite the aforesaid in ten
Joseph Hiskett shoe maker brick and tiled
110
big house on corner with Church Lane "23" house and offices adj in same street in ten Rbt Collison surgeon brick and tiled
200
House, parlour, brewhouse, Assembly Rooms and offices adj the (Saracens Head Inn) in ten John Marshall, Innholder in High Street, brick, brick panelled and tiled
400
Stables adj each other in Back Yard brick stone and tiled
100
house only adj the Gateway in ten of Rbt Kunnison, laceman brick, stone and tiled
150
The following thatched situated in Marsh End are 3 tenements adj. in the tenure of John Winckles, ...Cole and ...West @ ?0 each
90
2 tenements adj in the tenure of Robt Quaint and ...Highby widow
30
 
_____
 
1,920

 
Next to corner with Pools Lane/Marsh End
John Pearson, dealer in lace, Vol.287, 432833, 1780
On his buildings viz.
 
?/center>
House and 3 tenements at Marsh End in the tenure of ...Harris, butcher .. Such, labourer and one empty brick panelled and tiled
80
Dwelling house near in tenure of ...Peakes, breeches maker
20
The following are thatched
House adjoining in occ ...Cadman, labourer
10
these are on corner
2 tenements in occupation Francis Johnson, shoemaker, and Ann Lamb, spinster
20
4 houses in Abbey End in tenure of Biggs, Parrot, Dixon and Tilly
70
 
_____
 
200

 
John Pearson, laceman, Vol.341, 523322, 1786
 
?/center>
goods in his dwelling house brick and tiled
70
Utensils and stock therein
170
Wearing apparel
30
house only in three tenements in the tenure of John Harris, butcher and others, brick, brick panelled and tiled
80
House in the tenure of ... Peaker breeches maker brick, stone and tiled
20
House in tenure of.. Leach, labourer, thatched
10
and tenements adjacent each other near in tenure of Johnson shoemaker, and Ann Lamb spinster
70
 
_____
 
400

 
Edward Percival, barber, Vol.11/294, 18256, 1720
for his now Dwelling house,

 
Edward Percival, barber, Vol.22/562, 40846, 1726?
 
?/center>
Dwelling house and goods and stock therein
120
Household goods therein
100
Kitchen and chambers over
25
Robinson's house
20
Mr Roger's stable
15
his own stable and garden house
20
 
_____
 
300

 
Richard Perrott junr, farmer and maltster, Vol.20/46, 1725,
 
?/center>
On his dwelling house
300
On his goods
100
Malting Office
250
Store
100
Brewhouse, Stable and Barn
100
3 other barns
150
 
_____
 
1,000

 
Richard Philips, draper, Vol.21/104, 1725
 
?/center>
Dwelling house
500
1795 owned by Meacher Queens Ave junction

 
John Philips, dealer in lace, Vol.329, 506403, 1785
 
?/center>
On his house only situate as above untenanted
100

 
The Bell, 59 High St
James Pike senior, butcher, Vol.280, 424713, 1780
 
?/center>
Dwelling house, Slaughterhouse and Barn adjoining thatched
140
Household Goods
80
Wearing Apparel
20
A house nearby in tenure of William Pearce, Victualler
60
(William had m Eliz. Pike in 1770)
A house in Tickford End in tenure of Thomas Eason, butcher
100
 
_____
 
400

 
Farm in Mill End
James Pike, farmer, Vol.292, 443918, 1781-2
 
?/center>
His goods in his dwelling house and office adjoining brick, stone and tiled
50
Utensils and stock viz
In wheat barn
70
In barley barn
30
In corn rick yard
70
In barn and stable in the yard distant
10
In another barn in the same yard
20
In hayrick yard adjoining
50
 
_____
 
400

 
Pomfrett Tickford House
Benjamin Pomfrett, Gent., Vol.19/497, 34902, 1725
 
?/center>
His dwelling house in NP
500

 
Benjamin Pomfrett, Gent., Vol.24/231, 42212, 20/7/1727
 
?/center>
His now dwelling house tiled excluding all outhouses
800
Her household goods therein
200
 
_____
 
1,000

 
Mary Pomfrett, spinster, Vol.267, 400296, 1778
 
?/center>
Dwelling house, brick, tiled, small part plaister
700
Stable, woodhouse and coachhouse adj,brick and tiled
70
Household goods
200
Brewhouse, scullery, cellar, adj brick and tiled
30
 
_____
 
1,000

 
Mary Pomfrett, spinster, Vol.321, 490444, 1782
 
?/center>
House in ten of John King gent. brick, brick panelled and tiled
700
Household goods
200
Woodhouse, coachhouse adj distant, brick and tiled
70
Brewhouse, scullery and cellar, brick and tiled
30
 
_____
 
1,000

 
Shop in St John St, Malting in Marsh End
Thomas Price,maltster and shopkeeper, Vol.290, 442356, 1779
 
?/center>
his goods in dwelling house brick and tiled
100
Utensils and stock
150
Wearing apparel
50
Utensils and stock in malthouse and chamber adjoining in Marsh End, thatched
200
 
_____
 
500

 
Thomas Price, maltster, Vol.302, 462157, 1782
 
?/center>
His goods in dwelling house brick and tiled
60
Wearing Apparel
30
Plate
10
Utensils and Stock in malthouse chambers
100
 
_____
 
200

 
Farmhouse in Abbey End
John Purratt, farmer, Vol.294, 446256, 1781-2
 
?/center>
his now dwelling house
120
Goods therein
60
Barn only adjoining
20
Utensils and stock therein
20
Barn and shed adjoining
40
Utensils and stock
20
2 tenements and woodhouse with granaries over
40
Utensils and stock
30
Utensils and stock in open yard
50
 
_____
 
400

 
Queen Anne's Hospital, the Master and Governors of, Vol.267, 400295, 10th July 1778
 
?/center>
House, kitchen,stable adj, in ten of Revd Rbt Watson. Stone, brick pannelled and tiled
230
On Hospital and tnmt adj in ten of Jn Odell, glover Stone and tiled
110
2 tnmnts adj Geo Puryer, butcher and others Thatched
60
Shop and Barn adj in yard, thatched
10
House Douglas Paine, carpenter, thatched
30
House Jn Errington laceman, Stone and tiled
100
2 tnmnts adj Thos Pettit labourer and others
60

 
Joseph Redden, victualler and dealer in hops and corn, Vol.280, 423984, 1780
 
?/center>
His goods in his now dwelling house stone and tiled
60
Utensils and stock therein
50
Wood in Yard
30
Wood in Yard on other side of the brewhouse
20
Separate Granary and stock therein
20
On his brewhouse, barn and stable adjoining in the tenure of Jacob Reynes gardener
250
Caldicote St
On house barn, stable and outbuildings adjoining each other in tenure of George Croft, glover
40
Paggs
2 tenements adjoining in the tenure of Thomas Adams butcher and Ann Clark, widow
30
 
_____
 
500

 
Joseph Redden, victualler and dealer in hops, corn and wood, Vol.288, 438588, 1781
 
?/center>
Dwelling House (DOLPHIN)
80
Utensils and Stock therein
50
Wood in Yard
15
Utensils and Stock in Woodbarn, brewhouse and stable adjoining yard
40
Woodbarn seperate
5
Stock
25
Granary and Pigsty adjoining each other
20
Stock therein
20
Woodback in backyard
50
 
House (NEPTUNE) and brewhouse adjoining in tenure of Jonathan Reyner, Victualler, brick and tiled
200
Stable and Barn adjoining
30
House in tenure of George Croft, glover
30
Barn and Pigsty adjoining in the yard
5
Two tenements adjoining in tenure of Thomas Adams, butcher and Ann Clark, tiled and thatched
30
 
_____
 
600

 
Date?
Patrick Renny, M.D., Vol.287, 434687
 
?/center>
his now dwelling house and cellar adjoining at Olney in the tenure of John Wagstaff
80
Stable
10
Brewhouse and workhouse
10
Barn distant
20
malthouse and kiln adjoining
30
Bark? barn and leather tan adjoining
30
Shed
20
 
_____
 
200

 
James Revell of Woburn, Beds, Vol.16/164, 1723
 
?/center>
On house and stables in occ of Thomas Jackson and Ann Pilgrim
250
1 Stable
40
other stable
10
 
_____
 
300

 
Barclays Bank, was Henry Revis 1713 Sarah Revis, widow and ...Medgate, apothecary, Vol.20/322, 1725
 
?/center>
adj with outhouse
100
Dwelling house of Medgate
150
Back houses
50
 
_____
 
300

 
12,Tickford St Bishop Robinson, dealer in lace, Vol.264, 396091, 1777
 
?/center>
Household goods in his now dwelling house brick and tiled
100
Utensils and stock therein
650
Plate
20
Wearing apparel
30
 
_____
 
800

 
Bishop Robinson, laceman and draper, Vol.314, 482477, 10/9/1783
 
?/center>
On his now dwelling house and washing house adj
150
his goods
80
Utensils and stock
200
Plate therein
10
Wearing apparel
50
Stable only seperate
40
following Tickford next to 12 in Land Tax `Perry'
House and Gatehouse adj in ten of Stephen Berry, Gent.
100
House and Wash-house adj in ten of Benjamin Wadsworth, carrier
130
 
_____
 
800

 
Don thinks this may be next to Barclays Bank
For sale in 1798 N.M but not in Land Tax
Rogers bankrupt in 1788
Thomas Rogers, surgeon and apothecary, Vol.334, 515391, 1786
 
?/center>
On his dwelling house, stone, brick and tiled
150
Household goods therein
170
Wearing Apparel
30
Brewhouse, warehouse, cellar and Privy adj not communicating with the above with granary over thatched
50
Gatehouse, stables and barn adjoining thatched
70
Stable only seperate thatched
70
Hovel and Privy adj near thatched
10
 
_____
 
500

 
Thomas Rogers, maltster, Vol.278, 419444, 1779
(BLUE BOAR)
 
?/center>
Utensils and Stock and Stock in Malthouse and Kiln adjoining. thatched
300

 
Robert Sanders, victualler, Vol.297,450957, 1781
(RED LION)
 
?/center>
Household goods in his Dwelling house
70
Utensils and stock therein
100
Wearing apparel
20
Utensils and Stock in his brewhouse only seperate
10
A house and offices adjoining near the aforesaid in the tenure of Stephen Hoddle, labourer GENT
300
 
_____
 
500

 
Christopher Saxby, Gent., Vol.303, 463668, 16/8/1782
(This must be March of Intellect)
 
?/center>
On his house and offices adj in ten of Thos Price Farmer Brick, brick panelled and tiled
130
House and offices adj in ten ....Pettit Excise Officer, Brick, brick panelled and tiled
70
stable only in yard, brick and tiled
20
Barn and Dovehouse over in the yard, brick and tiled
20
Malthouse, barns, stable and hovel in the same yard, thatched
160
 
_____
 
400

 
Owner Patch next to Barclays Bank
Catherine Seeley of NP bookseller, stationer
and milliner, Vol.334, 515394, 1785 or 6
 
?/center>
Goods in her dwelling house timber and tiled
80
Utensils and stock
400
Wearing apparel
70
 
_____
 
500

 
John Smith, Gent., Vol.21/96, 1725
 
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Dwelling house
250

 
Nathaniel Smith, victualler and cooper, Vol.313, 478606, 1783
(BLUE ANCHOR)
 
?/center>
House, tenmt and offices all adjoining in tenure of himself and ...Furman Staymaker, Brick, Brick panelled, timber and tiled
200
Workshop, kitchen, cellar, stables and barn adjoining each other and the above but not communicating, thatched
100
 
_____
 
300

 
Nathaniel Smith, victualler and cooper, Vol.336, 517518, 1787
(BLUE ANCHOR)
 
?/center>
Household goods in Dwelling house, brick, brick panelled and tiled
120
Utensils and stock
60
Wearing Apparel
60
Utensils and stock in Workshop in yard, thatched
40
In the Open yard
60
 
_____
 
300

 
Richard Smith, perriwigmaker, and barber, Vol.18/391, 34429, 1724
 
?/center>
For his house and back kitchen now let to Thos Taylor, Currier.
70
& barn and stable belonging
30
 
_____
 
100

 
John Smith, gent., Vol.21/96, 1725
 
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Dwelling house
250
Adj tiled in occ of ..Taurey, baker
250
 
_____
 
500

 
1,St John St
Robert Smith, Gent., Vol.288, 436626, 1781
 
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Dwelling house
80
House only in ten of Miles Abraham watchmaker
120
 
_____
 
200
Jn Storer 8620 11936 Vol. 6 1718

 
John Tame, victualler, Vol.254, 379323, 1777
(WHITE HART)
 
?/center>
On license Dwelling house, gatehouse, tenmt, shops and stables adjoining, communicating, tiled thatched
300

 
Richard Tandy, linen draper, Vol.17/512, 1724,
 
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Goods and Merchandise in his Dwelling house and shop
450
and for his goods in a barn only near his said Dwelling house
50
 
_____
 
800

 
Mary Tandy, shopkeeper, Vol.276, 400293, 1778
 
?/center>
On house in tenure of Charles Hoppey, shopkeeper,
180
Goods
20
 
_____
 
200

 
High St see Land Tax
Mary Tandy, mat-maker, Vol.288, 436425, 1781
 
?/center>
Dwelling house, brick and tiled
200
Household goods
40
House, stable adj in ten of herself and Eliz Woodward, widow, stone, brick, brick panelled, and tiled
60
Utensils and Stock in High Shed, timber and tiled
40
Utensils in Warehouse, workshop and stable adj behind that
60
 
_____
 
400

 
Ann Taylor of NP, widow, Vol.23/561, 41424, 17/4/1727
For her 2 houses with outhouses belonging part thatched
 
?/center>
1 dwelling house in occ Richard Revis, butcher,
150
1 dwelling house in occ Thomas Floyd, labourer
50
Outhouses to both
100
 
_____
 
300

 
Vicarage
Samuel Thorpe, lace merchant, Vol.262, 393822, 1777
 
?/center>
House, brick, brick panelled and tiled
600
Household goods
300
Utensils and Stock
1,000
Coal house, larder, brewhouse, stable adj in yard, brick and tiled
100
 
_____
 
2,000

 
Elizabeth Thorpe, widow, Vol.283, 428872, 1781
Vicarage
 
?/center>
dwelling house brick and tiled
1,000
Brewhouse, stable, coalhouse, adjoining brick and tiled
200
 
_____
 
1,200

 
John Timbs, shopkeeper, Vol.10/11, 14639, 1719
On his house next to the Shoulder of Mutton.

 
William Todd, victualler and breeches maker, Vol.283, 427714, 1781
(TWO WRESTLERS)
 
?/center>
Dwelling house, cellar and brewhouse, coalhouse and stable, thatched
100
Household Goods
100
Utensils and Stock
300
 
_____
 
300

 
Some or all in Marsh End
Thomas Travill, yeoman, Vol.21/4, 1725
11 Dwelling houses as below in the occupation of:-
 
?/center>
Mrs Rider
130
William Williamson
60
John Mullinder
110
John Baker (plus barn)
30
John Kent
25
Francis Barley
20
Edward Ruffhead)
20
John Burgess
25
John Richardson
25
Joseph Westall
30
Water Vanderess
25
 
_____
 
500

 
High St see Land Tax
Ann and James Tripp, ironmongers, Vol.261, 389994, 1777
 
?/center>
House and brewhouse, tile and thatched
85
Stable
15
Household goods
30
Wearing apparel
10
Utensils and Stock
60
 
_____
 
200

 
James Tripp, Ironmonger and Whitesmith, Vol.276, 416960, 1779
 
?/center>
Dwelling house, shed, kitchen, shop and brewhouse tiled and thatched
280
Stable with lofts over seperate, brick, brick panelled and tiled
20
 
_____
 
300

 
Near to Ram
James Tripp, ironmonger, Vol.321, 492516, 1782
 
?/center>
Dwelling House, kitchen and brewhouse, brick, stone, timber and tiled
300

 
John Tye, painter, plumber, glazier and victualler,
Vol.288, 435864, 1781
 
?/center>
Warehouse, dwelling house, workshop, brick, timber and tiled
240
Utensils and Stock and glass
100
Household Goods
100
Glass
20
Stable,brick and tiled
60
Painting shop and privy
5
Utensils and Stock
5
House and offices adjoining in the tenure of Hannah Anstee, victualler
(CHEQUERS)
tiled and thatched
280
House in tenure of Martha Lack, shopkeeper,bricktiled
50
 
_____
 
900

 
Benjamin Wadsworth, waggoner, Vol.271, 406038, 1778
(THIS IS 35 ST JOHN STREET)
 
?/center>
Dwelling house and office adjoining, stone and tiled
200
Goods
100
Washhouse, stables and barns with lofts over
100
Goods in above
100
 
_____
 
500

 
Benjamin Wadsworth, carrier and farmer, Vol.294, 448582, 1781
Now Dwelling house and office adjoining,
 
?/center>
brick, stone and tiled
200
Household Goods
100
Gatehouse, Washhouse, stables and lofts over all adj each other seperate, Thatched
100
Stock in Barn and Stable at Caldecote
100
 
_____
 
500

 
Joseph Wadsworth, baker and carrier, Vol.261, 389405 1776
(FORMER ANGEL)
 
?/center>
his now dwelling house brick and tiled
40
Bakehouse, office and stables adjoining brick and slated
35
Stable timber and tiled
5
House in tenure Joseph Bugly collar maker, brick and tiled
20
Utensils and stock in 3 stables in yard
70
Stock in warehouse adjoining
30
 
_____
 
200

 
Joseph Wadsworth, baker, Vol.271, 406039, 1778
(FORMER ANGEL)
 
?/center>
On his 2 houses and offices, Bakehouse and stable all adjoining in tenure of himself and William Pike, butcher. Brick and tiled, a small part timber.timber.d
100

 
Frances Wagstaffe, widow, Vol.13/321, 1721
On her 5 tenements in the occ of:-
 
?/center>
late in occ Thomas Cripps now empty
100
James Broughton
80
Thomas Evans
60
James Smith
30
William Walker
30
 
_____
 
300

 
Frances Wagstaffe, widow, Vol.13/441, 1721
 
?/center>
On her house being the THREE TUNS, High Street, in the tenure of John Wilkinson
200
Stables
20
 
_____
 
220

 
Frances Wagstaffe, widow, Vol.13/321, 1721
 
?/center>
On her house being the GEORGE INN in the tenure of Joseph Smith
500
Stables
300
 
_____
 
800

 
John Walker, farmer, bricklayer and dealer in woods and coals, Vol.291, 442355, 1782
 
?/center>
His goods in dwelling house and barn adjoining
50
Utensils and stock therein
20
Utensils and stock in his barn and stable adjoining in the farmyard
30
Utensils and stock in the sawyard
70
Large barn at Brick kiln
10
Utensils and stock therein
70
Small barn near
5
Utensils and stock therein
5
 
_____
 
200

 
Cottages in Caldecote St
John Walker, mason, Vol.341, 526813, 1787
 
?/center>
On his 3 tens adj in ten of Robinson, gardener, Truelove lab , and 1 empty
95
Barn sep
5
 
_____
 
100

 
Benjamin Waller, M.D., for his now Dwelling house Vol.11/186, 17720, 1720.

 
Joseph Warner, miller, Vol.338, 521648, 1788
 
?/center>
His goods in dwelling house and Water Corn mill stone brick and tiled
60
Utensils and stock therein
200
wearing apparel
40
 
_____
 
300

 
Thomas Warner of Caldicott nr NP, Miller Vol.291, 442786, 1781
 
?/center>
His goods in his now dwelling house, and water corn mill communicating, stone, brick and tiled
80
Utensils and stock and goods in trust therein
300
Wearing Apparel
20
 
_____
 
400

 
Joseph Warner, miller, Vol.285, 432521, 29/8/1780
On Household goods in his now dwelling house
and Water Corn Mill communicating,
 
?/center>
brick, stone and thatched
60
Wearing Apparel
40
Utensils and Stock
200
 
_____
 
300

 
Thomas Warr, maltster, Vol.264, 396095, 1777
(PLOUGH)
 
?/center>
Utensils and Stock in Malt office
270
In the barn
10
In the open yard
20
 
_____
 
300

 
Lucy Warr, widow, Vol.330, 508671, 1785
(PLOUGH)
 
?/center>
house and offices adj, brick, brick panelled and tiled in ten of Thos Warr, innholder
230
Brewhouse in Yard
20
Stable and office adj near
50
 
_____
 
300

 
Francis Warr, wheelwright, Vol.280, 423983, 1780
 
?/center>
his now dwelling house thatched
80
Wearing Apparel
20
stock in shop adjoining brick panelled and tiled
300
 
_____
 
400

 
Martha Warr, wheelwright, Vol.334, 515390, 8/2/1796
 
?/center>
On her household goods in her now dwelling house,thatched
30
Wearing Apparel thereins
10
Utensils and stock in her Workshop only adj each other near, brick panelled and tiled
100
In the open yard
60
 
_____
 
200

 
Robert Watson, Revd, Vol.267, 400294, 1778
Dwelling house with kitchen adjoining
 
?/center>
Brick, Stone and tiled
240
Wearing Apparel
50
Books
10
 
_____
 
300

 
Revd Robert Watson, Vol.335, 514428, 1785
 
?/center>
Dwelling house, brick, stone and tiled and goods
100
Printed books therein
50
Wearing apparel
50
 
_____
 
200

 
This is Hamilton 1,High St see Fins
Sun Fire Office. Policy No.91450 1/6/1742
Anthony Whiton of Deansanger Northants
Northampton Lace Merchants
 
?/center>
Stock in trade in a warehouse only in the dwelling house of Eliz Clift Innholder Bridge St N.P Brick Tiled
300

 
The Cannon
Ann Williams, baker, Vol.301, 459651, 1782
 
?/center>
Dwelling house, brick, brick panelled and tiled
175
Household goods
120
Wearing apparel
50
House adj in ten of Philips, laceman, brick, timber and tiled
80
Bakehouse, brewhouse and stable all adj sep tile and thatch
50
Utensils and stock
60
Barn only sep thatched
20
Uensils and stock
20
Stacks of wood in yard
25
 
_____
 
600

 
High St see Land Tax
John Wilson, butcher, Vol.264, 396093, 1777
 
?/center>
House, brewhouse adjoining brick and tiled
100
The following thatched Paggs Houses and tenements adjoining in the tenure of Sharpe, Buncher and Allbright, labourers
100
House seperate in tenure of Joseph Nichols, gardener
50
Brewhouse seperate
10
House in tenure of John Davis shoemaker
40
 
_____
 
300

 
Richard Yate, fellmonger, Vol.21/519, 1726
Dwelling house and Outbuildings Thatched and tiled
 
?/center>
Dwelling house
220
Household goods
100
Brewhouse
30
Stables, shop adjoining and brewhouse
60
Goods therein
20
2 bays of barn and shop adjoining to Mr Smiths
20
Waterhouse, Pithouse, and Woolchamber commonly called the "New Bldg"
250
Stock
300
 
_____
Total
3,000

 
James Yates and Lankford Hutton, innholders Vol.267 400292, 1778
(STAGS HEAD)
 
?/center>
Household goods, brewhouse and cellars adjoining Tiled and thatched
90
Wearing Apparel
10
Utensils and Stock
100
Stable only seperate thatched
80
stock in the outry ? brick and tiled
20
 
_____
 
300

 
 
LIST 2
The following entries were either missing from the volume or had an incorrect reference.
12/277 White Swan owned by Richard Backwell.
18/352 Randall Beck Innkeeper BLUE ANCHOR owner is Elizabeth Smith of Newport. 1721, not in vol
18/546 John Denchfield,grocer, 1725 not in book
22/56 ...Robinson, 1726
30/354 John Atchinson, merchant, 1730
Bishop Robinson, dealer in lace, Vol.262, 392298
Richard Wilmer of Broughton, Innholder and farmer. 4006040 NOT IN Vol. 267
Thomas Eason, shopkeeper, Vol.287, 435296
Thomas Witherow, shoemaker, Vol.290, 442352
John Hawkins, grocer and tallow chandler, Vol.314, 481600, NOT in the book !
James Pike, butcher, (in trust for), Vol.330, 58666, 1785
Ann Barton, milliner and haberdasher, Vol.330, 508865

MISC
Vol.23/173 Alice Thornton, widow and shopkeeper, 1726, did not have time find this.
Vol.294 THIS volume was at binders

 
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