Lincoln Lodge is in Hanslope parish.
Northampton Mercury 03 January 1885
HANSLOPE and CASTLETHORPE
TO BE LET, on tenancies from year to year, from 6th April, 1885, the following very desirable Farms:-
The LINCOLN LODGE FARM, situate at Hanslope, containing 282 a. 3r. 7p.of which 140a 3r. 7p are Arable, 72a Pasture, and 70a. Meadow, as the same farm is now in the occupation of the Executors of the late Mr. George Checkley.
Also at CASTLETHORPE, LODGE FARM, situate - Castlethorpe. containing 231a. 0r. 15p., which about 166a. 2r. 38p. are Arable, 51a. 1r. 17p Pasture, and 13 acres Meadow, the same is now the occupation of Mr. William Grimes.
For further particulars, apply to Mr. F. Bartholomew Waddington, near Lincoln, Agent of the Corporation at Lincoln, who are the owners of the property ; or J. TWEED, Town Clerk, Lincoln. Guildhall, Lincoln 29th December, 1884.
Northampton Mercury 31 January 1885
LINCOLN LODGE, HANSLOPE, Bucks.
Within 1½ Miles of Castlethorpe Station.
LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK,
80 Long-woolled SHEEP,
29 Head of SHORTHORN CATTLE,
FIVE CART HORSES, TWO CART FOALS,
POULTRY. SHEPHERD'S DOG,
CORN MILL, with 16-Horse-Power STATIONARY
Three pairs of Stones and Fittings complete ;
A six-horse-power portable ENGINE and
Straw ELEVATOR and HORSE GEAR, and the whole
of the very useful Implements,
DAIRY and BREWING UTENSILS,
And a few lots of valuable HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE and effects; also
125 ACRES OF GRASS KEEPING
Until the 6th April next;
Browse of about 40 Ton 3 of prime Hay, quantity of Straw and Mangolds, with the use of the yards until the 1st May, 1885, in convenient lots ; and the keeping on 2½ Acres of good Swede Turnips ;
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
BY Messrs. STAFFORD and ROGERS,
On Friday, Feb. 6, 1885, by direction of Mr. W.
CHECKLEY, who is giving up the Farm.
The Live Stock comprises 48 superior long-woolled lambing ewes, 30 very fresh tegs and two rams, seven valuable young dairy cows, in profit; down-calving cow, four yearling heifers, 13 strong calves, two weaning calves, and two well-bred young bulls; a team of five very useful cart horses, two cart foals, seven in-pig sows and gilts, two porkets, 19 stores, and two Berkshire boars.
The Implements consist of a six-horse-power portable engine and thrashing machine, straw elevator and horse gear, two capital waggons, six carts, spring cart, water cart, five iron ploughs, booting plough, iron scuffler, Coleman's cultivator, Smith's digger, horse hoes, heavy and light sets of harrows, iron roller, six-coultered corn drill, two-row turnip drill, seed barrow, dressing machine, sack barrow, two weighing machines and weights, chaff machine, for steam power ; ditto, with horse gear; cake breaker, turnip cutter, Hornsby's reaper and mower, Samuelson's mower, thiller and trace harness, hurdles, cattle and sheep cribs and troughs, pig troughs, long and short ladders, carpenter's lathe, bench, and tools ; sheep-dipping apparatus, Tinkler's 6-doz. churn, seven large milk leads, four tins and dairy utensils, 12-bushel mash vat, brewing tubs, four two-hogshead and two pipe ale barrels, two-lever beer engine, number of hurdle poles, faggots, and numerous useful effects.
The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE consists of an excellent mahogany conch, gents' and ladies' easy chairs, in leather; two handsome four-tier whatnots, in walnut ; a handsome walnut writing table, covered in leather, and. fitted with safety and other drawers ; mahogany card table, mahogany semi-circular washstand, with marble top; two box Ottomans, in wool work; a 4-ft. iron French bedstead, a set of four engravings, in maple frames; salmon, trout, jack, and punt fishing, , &c.
Sale to commence with the Implements at 11 o'clock.
Luncheon will be provided at One o'clock; tickets 2s. each, to be returned to purchasers over £1.
Note.The Stock are very good lot, and excellent condition. The Hay is of good quality, and the fields are full of keep. The keeping will be let in convenient lots to the 6th April next, but purchasers can have the use of the yards until the 1st May, and a man will be provided to fodder the Stock.
Catalogues may be obtained of Mr. Checkley, and of the Auctioneers, Bedford and Turvey.