0110…Sale of the Village

owlHISTORY OF STOKE GIFFORD
Edited by Adrian Kerton

Sale of the Village in 1915

A Newspaper Report of the Sale

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Stoke_Gifford_Sale_1915 Catalog, a PDF

The description of the area of each plot may be obscure to modern readers. The area is described as typically

315a 0r 22p : where: a = acres, r = roods, p = square rod, pole or perch.
30.25 square yards = 1 square rod, pole or perch
40 square rods, poles, or perches = 1 rood
4 roods = 1 acre
640 acres = 1 square mile
4840 square yards = 1 acre
Prices are given in Pounds and shillings. There were 20 shillings to a pound so 10s or 10/- = 50 new pence.

Note the front page is a facsimile of the Original as the original would not copy well. The pictures in the catalogue are those in the original catalogue however some better reproductions can be found e.g. Pictures from 1915 sale catalogue. Lot numbers and sale information are taken from the written notes on a sale catalogue and from a newspaper report from the time.

The Location of the Lots are shown on two plans, the 1915 plan of village and the village of 1915 plan of Stoke Gifford. The sale prices in Stoke Gifford Placing the mouse on the maps will show details of the sale and clicking on a plot will give a view/photo of the plot if available.
LOT Withdrawn at Price £ Sold To Site Sale Price
£-s
1 11,950 Withdrawn with Stanley Farm
2 Put up with lot 1
3 1,175 Mr. W. J. Jones, Love Lane Dairy, Burnham Accommodation Land
4 Mr. W. Jones Love Lane Dairy, Burnham Coldharbour Farm 4,850
5 3,375 Arable Land
5a 240 Woodland
6 1,250 Arable Land
7 Mr. T. S. Wootton, Ashburton Road, Addiscombe, Croydon 160
8 Mr. Charles Bridgeman 8,300
9 Put up with lot 8
10 Mr. William Lloyd 400
11 Mr. C. Bridgeman 240
12 Mr. Victor Ernest George Oakhill Coulstreng & Cottage 425
13 Mr. H. Park of Bishopston 130
14 Mr. Charles Bridgeman 125
15 With lots 8, 9
16 With lots 8, 9, 15
17 With lots 8, 9, 15, 16, 17
18 Mr. H. Park 210
19 Mr. Thomas Pearse 9,100
20 Put up with lot 19
21 Mr. T. T. Shaw [Silverdale House]

Silverdale

350
22 Mr. Phipps of the Beaufort Arms 295
23 350 The Beaufort Arms
24 George Taylor, the tenant 280
25 Mr. R. Nurse, the tenant of Rowland House 486
26 With lot 25 [walled in garden ]
27 Mrs. Ockwell of Stoke Bishop? [of Walls Court Dairy Stoke Gifford?] Two cottages and Smith shop 165
28 Mr. Edward Gunning of Patchway 100
29 Mr. B. Dent 175
30 Mr. G. Iles of Harry Stoke 260
31

97-10

32 Police Station Mr. Salisbury of Limerick Road Redland 215
33

18

T Wigmore ?

garden ground

34 Mr. R. H. Powell Tenant,
Beaufort House, at that time held an off license, orchard and pasture land.
120
35 Mr. H. Park 170
36

70 ??

Mr. J. Winstone 119
37 Mr. H. Park 120
38 Mr. H. Parks 17
39 Mrs. Phillips of Stoke Gifford An Orchard 45
40 Mr. E. C. Hopton, tenant 280
41 Mr. H. Park 60
42 Mr. W. C. Pullen of Stoke Gifford 240
43 170
44 23 Mr. T. Shaw
45 Mr. H. Park 105
46 230
47 90
48 160
49 Mr. H. Park 87-10s
50 115
51 Mr. H. Parks 170
52 Mr. J. Dent 31
53 Mr. J. Dent 160
54 Mr. George Dent 205
55 Mr. Rymer [Ryner?] Hambrook 77-10s
56

75

57 Mr. Thatcher 100
58 Mr. H. Park 115
59 R. W. Grindell 215
60 Mr. Watts 123, North Road 125
61 260
62 Mr. J. T. Withers 410
63 Mr. H. Park Knightwood Farm 2700
64 Mr. E. Pursey, the tenant 7500
65 Put up with lot 64
66 Mr. E. K. Davis tenant 10,000
67 With lot 66
68 With lot 66 & 67
69 With lot 66 & 67 & 68
70 Mr. E. K. Davis 175
A fee farm rent on the Baptist Chapel was withdrawn.

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