SHORT CATALOGUE OF THE BULL DEEDS

RELATED TO PROPERTY IN NEWPORT PAGNELL

DEPOSITED IN THE BUCKINGHAMSHIRE RECORD OFFICE

BY BULL, ASTLEY AND HARDING

TRANSCRIBED BY DENNIS C MYNARD

SORTED INTO STREETS, FARMS, ESTATES ETC

These transcriptions and interpretation by Dennis C Mynard, were carried out with full permission from Miss Catherine Bull and Guy Harding, former partners in Bull, Astley and Harding. These transcriptions may be reproduced with full acknowledgement.

© Dennis C Mynard 2011

At the Record Office the deeds are mostly held in the original solicitor’s bundles which have been indexed with the Prefix DB, for Deeds Bull, followed by a number. Most bundles relate to the property of an individual or to a particular property. In transcribing them I have as far as possible sorted the deeds in each bundle into date order and numbered them consecutively. 

The contents of each bundle are briefly described before the transcription but where a bundle contains the deeds to several properties I have placed the description before the transcription of each property. Occasionally deeds from one property have been found within a bundle for another, and where this is the case I have put their details into the primary bundle. Throughout the transcriptions I have added notes and comments in bold type in brackets.

Any mistakes or inaccuracies in these transcriptions are my responsibility.

Dennis C Mynard 2004-11

Abbreviations

NM            = Northampton Mercury

NPHS          = Newport Pagnell Historical Society

All persons are from Newport Pagnell unless otherwise stated.

Endorsements are shown in "inverted commas".


THE DEEDS ARE LISTED UNDER FOLLOWING AREAS ETC AS RELEVANT

BRIDGES HIGH STREET NORTH SIDE TICKFORD STREET
BEACONSFIELD PLACE HIGH STREET SOUTH SIDE WILLEN ROAD
BURY STREET / POOLES LANE HIGH STREET UNCERTAIN SIDE FARMS AND LANDS
CALDECOTE STREET MARSH END PORTFIELD
CEMETERY SILVER STREET CLOSES
THE GREEN / WOLVERTON ROAD NORTH END / UNION STREET / MILL STREET CALDECOTE MANOR
FARMS ON THE GREEN ST JOHN STREET TICKFORD MANOR
CHURCH PASSAGE TICKFORD END NEWPORT PAGNELL MANOR

APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURES, MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS, AND WILLS
PROPERTIES IN OTHER COUNTIES
DEEDS TO PROPERTIES ELSEWHERE IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE IN NEWPORT PAGNELL BUNDLES
MISCELLANEOUS


BRIDGES

DB22/4
LEASE OF THE TOLLS OF THE NORTH AND TICKFORD BRIDGES.

BEACONSFIELD PLACE

1896 DB196/9 Auction at the Anchor by Trustees of the Will of Mr B Dimmock includes 7 brick built slated cotts nos 25-37 Beaconsfield Place let to weekly tenants at 3/- per week. Town Water is laid on to each house.

BURY STREET/POOLES LANE

DB19/10-20
4 COTTAGES AND A CLOSE IN POOLES LANE, (BURY ST) MARSH END, 1680-1775

DB20
FORMER INN CALLED THE BOWLING GREEN, MEADOW USED AS A BOWLING GREEN, AND ANOTHER PIECE OF GROUND IN POOLES LANE, (BURY ST) MARSG END, 1732-1812

DB29/1, AND 5-9
COTTAGES IN POOLES LANE, MARSH END, 1693-1815

CALDECOTE STREET

DB108/11
DEED OF PARTNERSHIP OF NEWPORT PAGNELL GAS AND COKE CO,
WITH LIST OF SHAREHOLDERS
PRINTED BY WILLIAM ROSE NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1837,

DB108/5
DETAILS OF AUCTION AT SWAN HOTEL OF MESSUAGES IN ST JOHN ST, A CLOSE AND COTTAGES IN MARSH END, PARTS OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES MARIUS HARDY, DECEASED, LORD OF THE MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1827

DB115/5-8
COTTAGE AND GARDEN IN MARSH END, LATER TWO COTTAGES
THEN REBUILT AS ONE, 65, CALDECOTE ST, 1803-78

DB201/1-12
DEEDS TO PROPERTIES IN MARSH END, (CALDECOTE ST, EASTSIDE)
1692-1871

DB202/1-24
COTTAGES IN MARSH END (65-67 CALDECOTE ST) 1692-1941

DB203 /1-7
PLOT OF LAND IN MARSH END ON WHICH THREE COTTAGES
(PROSPECT ROW) WERE BUILT IN 1815, WITH ABSTRACT OF
TITLE FROM 1726, 1814-83. 

DB204/1-6
PLOT OF LAND IN MARSH END ON WHICH THREE MORE COTTAGE (IN PROSPECT ROW ) WERE BUILT. 1815-83
(These deeds are for another 3 cottages built by John Kent which are the 3 at the W end of Prospect Row (DB203 above were for the 3 cottages at the E end of Prospect Row).

DB206/1-7
DEEDS TO A COTTAGE IN MARSH END (CALDECOTE ST)
1815-64 (SEE DB 202)

DB207/1-5 AND 11-17

PROPERTIES IN MARSH END, 1687-1895
A CLOSE IN MARSH END 1687
DEEDS TO 5 COTTAGES AT THE REAR OF  34, SILVER STREET 1764, MESSUAGE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF SILVER STREET WITH WAY TO RIVER LOVAT 1779,
COTTAGE IN SILVER STREET 1804,
2 MESSUAGES AND A COTTAGE AND A BARN 1812
55 AND 57, CALDECOTTE STREET ON SITE OF FORMER CLOSE 1797-1875, 59, 61, 63 AND 69 CALDECOTTE STREET 1877,
AUCTION OF 55-65 AND 64-66 CALDECOTTE STREET 1895

DB254/10&11
LEASES OF GAS WORKS IN CALDECOTE STREET WITH FULL DESCRIPTION OF BUILDINGS, FITTINGS AND EQUIPMENT, 1861 AND 1866

DB394/1-15
DEEDS TO 24 AND 26 CALDECOTTE STREET, 3 AND 4 CHAPEL COURT AND A WORKSHOP, 1865-1935

CEMETERY

SEE DOVEHOUSE CLOSE AND HILL CLOSE

THE GREEN / WOLVERTON ROAD

DB243/1-7
DEEDS TO A COTTAGE ON THE GREEN, LATER 6, WOLVERTON ROAD 1808-1877, EARLIER DEEDS DESCRIBE A CLOSE ON THE GREEN SOLD BY GEORGE VISCOUNT VALENTIA TO WILLIAM LUCAS 1808, SUBSEQUENTLY DEVELOPED AS THE CANAL BASIN AND WHARF, LATER THE PROPERTY OF PRICE FAMILY. (See DB187/1-8)

DB187/1-18
DEEDS TO NEWPORT PAGNELL CANAL COMPANIES WHARF AND PREMISES ON THE GREEN AT NEWPORT PAGNELL 1817-1869, INCLUDES AGREEMENTS TO EXTEND WHARF, (See also DB243)

DB40/8
ARTICLES OF CO-PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN WILLIAM KEEP, JOHN KEEP,
AND GEORGE LABRUM, TRADING AS MERCHANTS AND CORN FACTORS
AT NEWPORT PAGNELL AND GREAT LINFORD, 1831.

DB45a/2
LEASE OF COTTAGES AT NEWPORT PAGNELL AND GREAT LINFORD BY THE NEWPORT PAGNELL CANAL COMPANY TO MESSRS KEEP, LABRUM AND TAYLOR 1829-32.

DB33/8
PRICE AND GOFFS WHARF ON THE GREEN, 1869.

DB146/4
DRAFT OF CONVEYANCE OF 2 PIECES OF LAND ADJOINING THE STATION ROAD IN THE PART OF NEWPORT PAGNELL CALLED THE GREEN, 1877.

DB146/5
RELEASE OF QUIT RENTS ON 4 CLOSES IN THE PORTFIELD WITH THE FARMYARD THERETO BELONGING AND BARNS, ETC, AND A PIECE OF LAND WITH 7 COTTAGES SITUATED ON THE GREEN, 1882. (I THINK THESE ARE NORTH SIDE OF HIGH STREET AT EAST END)

DB220
LEASES OF 2 COTTAGES AND LAND IN GREEN END PROPERTY OWNED BY QUEEN ANNES HOSPITAL, 1830.

DB254/7&8
CONVEYANCE OF MANORIAL WASTE ON THE GREEN LEASED TO TRUSTEES A FOR ERECTION OF SCHOOL 1810, AND SOLD TO THEM 1845,

DB257/1-10
PRINTED SALE PARTICULARS OF HOUSES IN ST JOHN STREET 1827, COTTAGES IN SILVER STREET, AND COTTAGES AND A CLOSE ON THE GREEN 1839, MALTING IN SILVER ST AND PUBLIC HOUSES 1862, HOUSES AND SHOPS IN HIGH STREET AND HOUSES IN NORTH END 1871,

FARMS ON THE GREEN

DB21
DEEDS RELATING TO HOBBS YARD FARM, NEAR THE GREEN 1795-1811
(This was the estate of Thomas Abbott Hamilton, which passed to his sister Ann who married the Revd Samuel Greatheed to whom it passed on her decease).

DB45b
DEEDS TO PROPERTY OF THE GREATHEED FAMILY, HOBBS YARD FARM IN GREEN END, 1799-1805. THE ESTATE OF ANN GREATHEED, (NEE HAMILTON)

DB26/2-6
MARSHALLS FARM, FARMHOUSE, MALTHOUSE AND LANDS IN THE PORTFIELD, THE ESTATE OF THE CRIPPS FAMILY, LATER OF BARNARD LEVI THEN GEORGE COOCH, INCLUDES ABSTRACT OF TITLE 1718-1812.

DB43/8-16
DEVISEES OF BARNARD LEVI, DECEASED, SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE MARSHALL’S FARM IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, INCLUDES DETAILS OF WILLIAM CRIPPS DEBTS, 1797-1854

DB24/2
ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF WILLIAM LEVI TO AN ESTATE ON THE GREEN, 1846.

DB185/1-19
DEEDS TO PROPERTY ON THE GREEN, MARSH END, AND LAND IN THE PORTFIELD 1701-1840, INCLUDES TERRIER OF LANDS IN PORTFIELD.
THIS IS EARLY CRIPPS FARM THEN COWLEY THEN 1787 TO HIGGINS THEN 1809 TO BARRATT THEN 1810 TO KILPIN THEN 1839 TO WILLIAM LEVI

DB28/4
CONVEYANCE OF REAL AND ASSIGNMENT OF PERSONAL ESTATE OF THOMAS HOLT FOR THE BENEFIT OF CREDITORS INCLUDES GOODWIN’S FARMHOUSE ON THE GREEN, MESSUAGES AND LAND, IN MARSH END, TICKFORD END, PORTFIELD AND ELSEWHERE, 1779.

DB207/6-9
GOODWIN'S FARMHOUSE AND TWO CLOSES ON THE GREEN AND LAND IN WEST MEADOW AND 8.5 ACRES OF LAND, 1783

DB255/13  DEED OF COVENANT 1783 FOR PRODUCING TITLE DEEDS TO LANDS CONVEYED BY THOMAS ABBOTT HAMILTON INCLUDES MESSUAGE IN MARSH END CALLED GOODWIN'S FARMHOUSE, 2 CLOSES OF PASTURE GROUND AND SEVERAL PIECES OF LAND, LEY, MEADOW AND SWEARD IN MARSH END CONTAINING 9A LATE OF THOMAS HOLT AND NOW OF THOMAS ABBOTT HAMILTON. RECITES DEEDS FROM 1666–1777
(SEE DB44/15,16,27,32,33,38,39, AND 48 AND DB111/13-14, AND DB 207/6-7)

DB190/1-2
DEEDS TO GOODWIN'S FARM HOUSE IN THE GREEN END, 1710, AND 2 COTTAGES ON THE GREEN, 1858
(SEE ALSO DB208/23)

DB107/5-6
MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF PATRICK RENNY AND MARY CRIPPS, 1767, CRIPPS FARMHOUSE, 52.5a LAND, AND CLOSES IN MARSH END. (LANDS plus FARMHOUSE formerly Marke Cripps now 176 Ralph Cripps)

DB40/2-6
TICKFORD ESTATE, SCHEDULE OF ESTATES OF THE LATE DR RENNY AND ROBERT MURRAY FRASER ESQ CIRCA 1846.
PAPERS RE TICKFORD ESTATE AND FARM AT GREEN END 1691-1854,

DB189/1-14
DEEDS RELATING TO GREEN FARM, 1829-63
(See also DB249)

DB255/3
AN ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF GEORGE PITT HURST TO A FARM ON THE GREEN, WITH LANDS IN THE PORTFIELD, 1637-1780, DOVEHOUSE CLOSE ALSO CALLED HILL CLOSE, AND CASTLE MEADOW 1757-1780 AND THE TYTHES THEREOF

DB255/10
CONVEYANCE OF A CLOSE ON WOLVERTON ROAD, GEORGE OSBORNE TO WILLIAM LUCAS, 1810

DB255/11
AN ABSTRACT OF TITLE DRAWN UP 1784 OF THOMAS HOOTON TO A FARM ON THE GREEN AND LANDS IN PORTFIELD 1757-1771
(SEE DB160/5, DB249/14,15,17&18, AND DB254/1-2)

DB255/12
COPY OF LONDON GAZETTE 10TH JAN 1837

DB255/14
ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF 1879 TO AN ESTATE (GREEN FARM LATER BURY FARM IN NEWPORT PAGNELL RECITES DEEDS OF 1800-1863.
(SEE DB189/1,3,4,5,6,9,11,14 AND DB249/1-10

HIGH STREET NORTH SIDE

DB22/5
CONVEYANCE OF A MESSUAGE TO THE BRIDGE TRUSTEES, 1816.

DB25/1-11
DEEDS RELATING TO THE RAM PUBLIC HOUSE, 1678-1820.

DB197/1-6
DEEDS TO MESSUAGE IN HIGH STREET,
(Nos 28,26 and 24 HIGH ST) 1827-1881

DB19/3-9 
PROPERTIES IN THE HIGH TOWN NEAR THE CORN MARKET, 1675-1735
(NORTH SIDE OF HIGH ST)

DB115/1-4
ESTATE OF THOMAS WALLIS, 3 MESSUAGES IN HIGH STREET (NOS 34-36), 2 IN ST JOHN STREET, AND A FARM AT NORTH CRAWLEY, 1811-12.
(Includes DB145/6, see also DB212/13, and NPHS Deeds 5)

DB194/5&7
DEEDS TO PROPERTY OF COLLISON FAMILY, A MESSUAGE IN HIGH STREET, A CLOSE IN TICKFORD FIELD, AND GARDEN IN MARSH END, 1797-1809. (High St property is on site of Barclays Bank)
(See also DB205&8 for the Marsh End property).

DB107/1
DEEDS TO A BURGAGE IN HIGH ST NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1613

DB212/12-14
ESTATE OF SAMUEL BARRINGER, GROCER, MESSUAGES IN HIGH STREET AND ST JOHN STREET, 1811-12

DB246/1-16
CONNY (CONNEY) FAMILY DEEDS TO BURGAGE IN HIGH STREET (No 36&38), LAND IN THE PORTFIELD AND CALDECOTE FIELDS WITH TERRIER, AND HOUSE AND LANDS IN OUTWELL, CAMBS AND UPWELL NORFOLK, 1586-1656

DB397/1-5
DEEDS TO 34 AND 36 HIGH STREET, AND WAREHOUSE IN UNION STREET,
PROPERTY OF TAYLOR FAMILY, 1877-1928

DB397/1-3
DEEDS TO PROPERTY OF TAYLOR FAMILY, SHOP ETC IN HIGH STREET AND COTTAGES IN DUNGHILL LANE, 1876-86

DB33/9
DEEDS TO PROPERTY OF WILLIAM YATE, FELLMONGER, MESSUAGE IN TICKFORD ST, WOOLCHAMBERS IN BARN IN NORTH END, AND SHOP IN HIGH ST, 1766.

DB40/1
DEEDS RELATING TO THE SALE OF ESTATE OF WILLIAM YATE A BANKRUPT, 1768.

DB112/1-14 
DEEDS TO THE KING AND QUEEN PUBLIC HOUSE, (46, HIGH STREET), 1691-1769, (See Also DB393)

DB114/1-8
DEEDS TO A MESSUAGE IN HIGH STREET ADJOINING THE KING AND QUEEN, 1759-1801, AND THE WHITE HART IN ST JOHN STREET, 1759-60.

DB26/8
SALE OF THE KING AND QUEEN IN THE HIGH ST, 1765.

DB114/9-10 AND DB32/2-3

MESSUAGE IN HIGH ST CALLED THE BLEW BOARE, 1690-1714
See DB393 for later deeds 1811-37)

DB393/1-5
LATER DEEDS OF THE BLUE BOAR AND THE KING AND QUEEN, A MESSUAGE AND SHOP, 1811-1856

DB198/1-5
DEEDS TO MESSUAGE (48 HIGH ST) 1866-1870

DB191/1-45
 
DEEDS AND RELATED PAPERS TO 52 and 54 HIGH STREET, ALSO COTTAGE IN CANNON COURT AND UNION STREET, 1739-1905,
INCLUDES DETAILS OF RIGHT OF WAY IN CANNON COURT.

DB26/7
PRINTED PARTICULARS OF SALE OF 60 HIGH ST, AND BUILDING PLOTS IN UNION ST, BY EXECUTORS OF RICHARD LITTLEBOY, 1912.

DB195/1-4  
DEEDS TO THE “SITE OF OR PART OF THE SITE WHEREON THE MANOR HOUSE, AND A STABLE FORMERLY STOOD" IN HIGH STREET BETWEEN WESLEYAN CHAPEL AND UNION STREET.
WILL OF THOMAS HANDSON, BAKER, ESTATE INCLUDES BAKEHOUSE ERECTED ON ABOVE, 2 OTHER MESSUAGES, AND A CLOSE OF 5A, 1813-1862

DB199/1
MESSUAGE NEXT TO LORD’S COMMON BAKEHOUSE, 1539,

DB244/1
MESSUAGE NEXT TO THE COMMON BAKEHOUSE, AND A CLOSE IN FFYSSHERS WYCK, 1524

DB244/2-5
MESSUAGE NEXT TO THE LORD’S COMMON BAKEHOUSE, 1539-53

DB245/1-11
BURGAGE IN THE HIGH STREET, NEXT TO THE COMMON BAKEHOUSE, INCLUDES TWO POTTER FAMILY MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS, AND A CLOSE CALLED “DAGLES” IN FYSHERS WEEKE, 1561-1632

DB186/1-9 (AT WEST END OF HIGH ST)
DEEDS TO TWO COTTAGES A BARN AND A CLOSE IN THE GREEN END 1791-1834. (1791 GPH to Richard Higgins, late of John Haddon, 1809 to William Jefferson, then several mortgages then 1844 to Charles Wilford). 

DB108/9
AGREEMENT RE DRAPERY BUSINESS IN HIGH ST, 1860

DB26
MESSUAGE IN HIGH STREET, 1718

HIGH STREET SOUTH SIDE

DB111/1-16
DEEDS TO MESSUAGE AND THE SHIP PUBLIC HOUSE ON THE NORTH BRIDGE, TWO COTTAGES AND THE HORSESHOE 1688, THE PEACOCK IN SILVER STREET, 1722, FORMERLY THE KENDALL ESTATE LATER PURCHASED BY ROBERT PERROTT AND TOGETHER WITH, THE THREE TUNS, THE SITE OF A FARMHOUSE AND BARNS IN MARSH END, A HALF YARDLAND IN PORTFIELD AND LAND AT MARSH END, INCLUDED IN HIS MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT TO FRANCES PERROTT OF 1722, LATER OWNERS THOMAS HOLT AND JOSEPH REDDEN, 1629-1778

DB192/1-26
DEEDS AND RELATED PAPERS TO TWO MESSUAGES (9 HIGH STREET)
AND A BAKEHOUSE, 1742-1863. INCLUDES PLAN

DB28/2-3
SALE BY EXECUTORS OF SIR RICHARD ATKINS BARONET, OF COTTAGE IN NORTH END, HIGH STREET, 1810

DB193/1-21
DEEDS TO ONE PROPERTY (FOMERLY BELONGED TO MANOR) LATER TWO MESSUAGES NEAR THE CHURCH IN THE HIGH ST, PROERTY OF PURRATT THEN SEELEY FAMILIES 1758-1826,
INCLUDES SEELEY FAMILY LETTERS AND TWO SHIP LETTERS FROM ALEXANDRIA, 1803 AND 1804.

DB25/12
DRAFT CONVEYANCE OF THE SWAN INN AND ASSOCIATED PROPERTIES INCLUDING THREE HOUSES IN THE MIDDLE ROW OF THE HIGH ST, 1846.

THE SHAMBLES

DB199/3
MESSUAGE AT END OF TOWN SHAMBLES 1687,

DB32/12
MESSUAGE IN THE MIDDLE ROW, HIGH STREET, 1795.

DB199/6
PARTITION OF BUTCHERS SHAMBLES, 1784
MENTIONS SEVERAL PIECES OR PARCELS OF STALL GROUND, AND LIBERTY OF STALLAGE OR SETTING UP STALLS ON MARKET AND FAIR DAYS IN THE HIGH STREET.

DB242/1-5
DEEDS TO MESSUAGES AND LANDS OF THE TOWN LANDS FEOFFEES INCLUDING 3 BUTCHERS SHAMBLES, 1647 AND 1693, MISC LANDS IN NEWPORT PAGNELL AND TICKFORD, INCLUDES APPOINTMENT OF NEW FEOFFEES 1698 AND 1834, WITH LISTS OF PROPERTIES

DB254/9
DECLARATION OF TRUST TO FORM A PUBLIC COMPANY FOR THE ERECTION OF A CORN EXCHANGE, 1858.

DB199/2
CORNER SHOP 1681

DB29/2-4
THE CORNER HOUSE ON JUNCTION OF HIGH STREET AND ST JOHN STREET, (CANNON CORNER, SITE OF HSBC BANK), 1702-93, INCLUDES MISC PROBATE CERTIFICATES AND WILL OF BENJAMIN LEVERETT.

DB199/4&5
MESSUAGE IN HIGH ST (ON SITE OF CO-OPERATIVE STORE NEXT TO VICARAGE), 1744, WITH WILL OF WILLIAM HANDSON, BAKER

DB194/2-4&6
DEEDS TO THE MANSION HOUSE IN THE HIGH STREET, (ON SITE OF VICARAGE) 1777-1808, WITH ABSTRACT OF TITLE 1695-1777.
INCLUDES DETAILS OF ESTATE OF JOHN HAMILTON, LACE MERCHANT, TYTHES OF RECTORY OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, AND RECOVERY OF HIS ESTATE IN NEWPORT PAGNELL AND ELSEWHERE, 1808. ALSO WILLS OF PREVIOUS OWNERS OF THE HOUSE.
(For Printed Particulars of Sale of parts of this Estate See DB250/6).

DB32/4-10
LEASE BY LORD OF MANOR OF MESSUAGE CALLED BEARDITCH COPPYE
IN HIGH ST, 1697 AND SUBSEQUENT DEEDS TO 1734.

DB45a/1  
DEED TO MESSUAGE CALLED BEARDITCH COPPY IN HIGH ST, AND HALF AN ACRE OF LAND AT WOUGHTON, 1679.

DB244/21
LEASE BY LORD OF MANOR TO JOHN MATTHEW, LACEBUYER OF MESSUAGE CALLED BEARDITCH COPY IN HIGH STREET, 1679

DB254/5
FEOFFMENT OF COTTAGE, YARD AND GARDEN FORMERLY PART OF BEARDITCH COPPY IN HIGH STREET, AND A PEW IN THE OLD GALLERY OF NEWPORT PAGNELL CHURCH, 1807

DB108/8
PARTICULARS OF AUCTION OF ESTATE OF GEORGE LUCAS DECEASED, MESSUAGES IN HIGH STREET AND 5 CLOSES IN WOLVERTON ROAD, 1865.

DB146/9       20TH AUGUST 1884
RELEASE OF QUITRENTS ON 2 MESSUAGES IN NORTH SQUARE AND MESSUAGE IN THE HIGH STREET KNOWN AS ‘THE CEDARS’

DB196/1-14
THREE MESSUAGES ON THE GREEN, (105-109 HIGH STREET), 1815-1896

DB199/10
2 COTTAGES IN A PLACE FORMERLY CALLED THE GREEN BUT NOW PART OF HIGH STREET, 1887.

DB254/7&8
CONVEYANCE OF MANORIAL WASTE ON THE GREEN LEASED TO TRUSTEES A FOR ERECTION OF SCHOOL 1810, AND SOLD TO THEM 1845,

DB188/1-12
DEEDS TO NEWLY ERECTED (1827) MESSUAGE ON THE GREEN (NOW HIGH STREET) FRONTING ONTO THE BRITISH SCHOOL 1827-1874. DB188/1 INCLUDES A NEWLY ERECTED COTTAGE (1827) ON A SITE IN SILVER STREET NEXT TO THE THREE TUNS IN MARSH END.

DB146/15a, 15b, 
 
DRAFT COPIES OF AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN MR JOHN NEGUS, WHEELWRIGHT AND FRANCIS HENRY HUNTLEY, COACH BUILDER.
RE PREMISES IN THE HIGH STREET, 1896.

DB146/19A AND 19B       21ST JANUARY 1897
AGREEMENT OF THE TENANCY OF A WHEELRIGHTS YARD, (WITH PLAN) FROM YEAR TO YEAR AT £15 PA, INCLUDES CORRESPONDENCE 1896-1902.

HIGH STREET UNCERTAIN SIDE

DB197/7-9
CERTIFICATE OF REDEMPTION OF LAND TAX ON MESSUAGES IN HIGH STREET, BEATY’S LANE, AND ON THE RED HOUSE CLOSE, 1803
SALE OF THE MESSUAGES, 1834.

MARSH END SOME ARE SILVER ST

DB31
DEEDS TO THE RED HOUSE AND A CLOSE OF 5a, IN MARSH END, 1758-1808

DB101/1-28
DEEDS TO COTTAGES IN MARSH END, 1666-1854.
DEED OF 1751 INCLUDES 2 COTTAGES IN ST JOHN STREET.

DB107/10
RELEASE OF CLOSE IN MARSH END, 1803

DB194/5&7 
DEEDS TO PROPERTY OF COLLISON FAMILY, A MESSUAGE IN HIGH STREET, A CLOSE IN TICKFORD FIELD, AND GARDEN IN MARSH END, 1797-1809. (High St property is on site of Barclays Bank)
(See also DB205&8 for the Marsh End property).

DB204/7
PLOT OF LAND ON CORNER BURY AVENUE, 1893

DB207/2
A CLOSE OR PIGHTLE OF 1.5 ACRES IN MARSH END, 1687

SILVER STREET

North Side starting at East End

DB208/5-6

MAY BE SOMEWHERE HERE

1799 DB208/5-6 COMMON RECOVERY FOR DESTROYING THE ESTATES TAIL AND SECURING SAME TO THE USE OF WILLIAM MILLARD OF WOBURN, BUTCHER, ONE OF THE SONS OF JAMES MILLARD OF WOBURN, BAKER BY ELIZABETH HIS LATE WIFE DECEASED WHO WERE THE DEVISEES IN THE WILL OF WILLIAM UNDERWOOD LATE OF NP, GENT DECEASED
ESTATE IS:
MESSUAGE FORMERLY DIVIDED INTO 2 DWELLINGS IN NP IN THE HOG MARKET WITH A YARD AND GARDENS, FORMERLY OCC BY WILLIAM DAVIS, CURRIER, AFTERWARDS BY FRANCIS DAVIS THE SON, SINCE OF JOHN DAVIS, LATE OF WILLIAM UNDERWOOD AND NOW OF WILLIAM WHITE.
ALSO 2 COTTAGES IN THE YARD BEHIND THE ABOVE FORMERLY OF JOHN KILPINS, BAKER, AFTERWARDS OF SARAH MORRISON, WIDOW, FORMERLY IN THE OCCUPATION OF JOHN EARL.
ALSO THE BARN AND SLIP OR PIECE OF GROUND BELONGING FORMERLY OCC THEREWITH AND THEN IN THE OCCUPATION OF MARY EARL, WIDOW, WHICH MESSUAGE AND COTTAGES WERE PURCHASED BY FRANCIS DAVIS OF JAMES ANCELL THE ELDER AND JAMES ANCELL THE YOUNGER AND ON THE DEATH OF FRANCIS DESCENDED TO JOHN AND HIS BROTHER AND HEIR AND ON THE DEATH OF JOHN DESCENDED TO WILLIAM UNDERWOOD AS HIS NEPHEW AND HEIR.
ALSO ANOTHER MESSUAGE ADJOINING TO THE MESSUAGE (1ST ABOVE) ON THE W PART THEREOF, FORMERLY IN THE OCCUPATION OF JOHN KILPIN AND SUSANNA KILPIN HIS WIFE, SINCE OF THOMPSON PATER, LATE OF JOHN DAVIS, NOW OF RICHARD WHITE, WHICH MESSUAGE WAS PURCHASED BY WILLIAM UNDERWOOD OF AVIS KILPIN, JOHN KILPIN, SIMON HALLIDAY, THOMAS DUNNAGE, JOHN DAY, THOMAS TABBT? AND THOMPSON PATER. (THESE WERE THE CREDITORS OF THOMPSON PATER BANKRUPT)
ALSO INCLUDES PREMISES IN ABBEY END

DB111/1-16
DEEDS TO MESSUAGE AND THE SHIP PUBLIC HOUSE ON THE NORTH BRIDGE, TWO COTTAGES AND THE HORSESHOE 1688, THE PEACOCK IN SILVER STREET, 1722, FORMERLY THE KENDALL ESTATE LATER PURCHASED BY ROBERT PERROTT AND TOGETHER WITH, THE THREE TUNS, THE SITE OF A FARMHOUSE AND BARNS IN MARSH END, A HALF YARDLAND IN PORTFIELD AND LAND AT MARSH END, INCLUDED IN HIS MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT TO FRANCES PERROTT OF 1722, LATER OWNERS THOMAS HOLT AND JOSEPH REDDEN, 1629-1778

DB28/5-8
RELEASE OF ESTATE OF WILLIAM CRIPPS FOR BENEFIT OF CREDITORS INCLUDES THREE TUNS FORMERLY THE BLACK BULL IN MARSH END, 1779-1806.

DB205
DEEDS TO MESSUAGE'S INCLUDING THE BLACK BULL IN MARSH END, AND THE ORCHARD CLOSE (CALLED THE MARSH END GARDEN) (See also DB207 AND DB194/7&8) 1779-1811

DB28/1
NEAR BLACK BULL
DEEDS TO COTTAGE IN MARSH END, 1723.

DB188/1-12
DEEDS TO NEWLY ERECTED (1827) MESSUAGE ON THE GREEN (NOW HIGH STREET) FRONTING ONTO THE BRITISH SCHOOL 1827-1874. DB188/1 INCLUDES A NEWLY ERECTED COTTAGE (1827) ON A SITE IN SILVER STREET NEXT TO THE THREE TUNS IN MARSH END.

DB200/1-16 (PIKE)
DEEDS TO PROPERTY IN MARSH END, SILVER STREET, 1681 - 1848.
ALSO INCLUDES SHOULDER OF MUTTON IN NORTH END, 1771

DB33/1
PIKE ESTATE, CONVEYANCE OF PROPERTY IN NORTH END, MARSH END AND PORTFIELD, 1829.

DB229
DEEDS TO A PIKE’S MESSUAGE, FARMYARD AND CLOSE IN MARSH END, SILVER STREET, SOLD FOR BUILDING ESTATE, INCLUDES ABSTRACT OF TITLE FROM 1829 AND PRINTED PROSPECTUS OF “THE NEWPORT PAGNELL BUILDING ESTATE”, 1889.

DB30/1-6, 10-19 and DB32/1
TWO COTTAGES ONCE CALLED PAGNAMS, AND GROUND IN MARSH END, 1637 –1809, SOLD TO JOHN COLES IN 1809.

DB41/1
MESSUAGE IN SLIVER ST, NEAR THE PAGGS 1709

DB211/1-19
DEEDS TO PROPERTY IN "THE PAGGS" PAGGS COURT, SILVER STREET 1673-1863 

DB394/1-15
DEEDS TO 24 AND 26 CALDECOTTE STREET, 3 AND 4 CHAPEL COURT AND A WORKSHOP, 1865-1935

DB253/1-5
DRAFT LEASES TO MALTING IN SILVER STREET, COTTAGES IN MALTING YARD AND PUBLIC HOUSES IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1850-53.

DB257/1-10

PRINTED SALE PARTICULARS OF HOUSES IN ST JOHN STREET 1827, COTTAGES IN SILVER STREET, AND COTTAGES AND A CLOSE ON THE GREEN 1839, MALTING IN SILVER ST AND PUBLIC HOUSES 1862, HOUSES AND SHOPS IN HIGH STREET AND HOUSES IN NORTH END 1871,

DB222/1 AND DB224/1-17
DEEDS TO THE PROPERTIES IN SILVER STREET INCLUDING THE PEACOCK, AND ON THE CORNER OF SILVER STREET AND ST JOHN STREET, 1684-1875.

SOUTH SIDE STARTING AT EAST END

DB226/1-14
DEEDS TO MESSUAGE IN SILVER STREET (LINCOLN LODGE), GROUND, COTTAGE AND BAKEHOUSE  IN WATERHOUSE LANE, 1720-1820

DB227/1-20
DEEDS TO 65 SILVER STREET, RECITING MORTGAGE OF 1712 BY ROGER CHAPMAN OF CALDECOTTE OF 4 COTTAGES IN MARSH END, AND THAT THEY WERE DEMOLISHED AND SITE BECAME A CLOSE LATER BUILT ON, 1777-1912

DB228/1-6
DEEDS TO COTTAGES IN THORPE’S YARD PURCHASED BY WILLIAM TAYLOR 1877, SITE OF LOVAT BANK IN SILVER STREET, 1877-1906, WITH ABSTRACT OF TITLE FROM 1829. INCLUDES SALE OF TWO MEADOWS TO TAYLOR IN 1877, AND WIDENING OF SILVER STREET 1906.

DB396/1-9
DEEDS TO PROPERTIES AND LAND IN SILVER STREET, PURCHASED FOR ERECTION OF LOVAT BANK BY F J TAYLOR 1876-1894

NORTH END / NORTH SQUARE AND MILL STREET

DB33/9
DEEDS TO PROPERTY OF WILLIAM YATE, FELLMONGER, MESSUAGE IN TICKFORD ST, WOOLCHAMBERS IN BARN IN NORTH END, AND SHOP IN HIGH ST, 1766.

DB40/1
DEEDS RELATING TO THE SALE OF ESTATE OF WILLIAM YATE A BANKRUPT, 1768.

DB146/9       20TH AUGUST 1884
RELEASE OF QUITRENTS ON 2 MESSUAGES IN NORTH SQUARE AND MESSUAGE IN THE HIGH STREET KNOWN AS ‘THE CEDARS’ ???

DB209/1-10
DEEDS TO PREMISES IN NORTH SQUARE AND MILL STREET, FORMER WOOL BARN, LATER TAYLORS’ THEN ODELLS’ WAREHOUSES, 1808-1876. (See DB207/13 AND DB243/1)

DB210/1-15
DEEDS FOR TWO PROPERTIES IN NORTH END (NORTH SQUARE, MILL STREET) 1713-1832, AND COTTAGES AND LAND ADJACENT TO NORTH SQUARE AND NORTH BRIDGE 1808.

DB243/1
ALSO REFERS TO THE DILLEY YARD, WOOLBARNS ETC IN THE NORTH END, SOLD BY GEORGE VISCOUNT VALENTIA TO WILLIAM LUCAS 1808

NORTH END/ DUNGHILL LANE/UNION STREET

DB208/1-27
DEEDS TO PROPERTIES AND CLOSE OF 2A IN TICKFORD END, COTTAGES IN ABBEY END (PRIORY STREET), MESSUAGES IN THE HOG MARKET (HIGH STREET), DUNGHILL LANE (UNION STREET) AND NORTH END 1738-1876. INCLUDES SALE OF HOMESTEAD, WITH BUILDINGS, BARNS AND STABLES, AND MESSUAGES IN NORTH END BY THE LORD OF THE MANOR, THE RIGHT HON GEORGE ANNESLEY COMMONLY CALLED LORD VISCOUNT VALENTIA, 1808.

PRIORY STREET / ABBEY END

DB19/1 1852
ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF JAMES ROSE, TO A PLOT OF GROUND PART OF A CLOSE OF PASTURE IN ABBEY END FORMERLY CALLED PRIORY CLOSE AND 6 COTTAGES LATELY ERECTED ON IT

DB22
MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF GEORGE RENNY TO HIS COUSIN ISABELLA RENNY, PROPERTY IN TICKFORD END, TICKFORD FIELDS AND ABBEY END, 1790.

DB24/1  
RELEASE OF FREEHOLD ESTATE, FORMER PURRAT FARMHOUSE
AND LANDS IN TICKFORD END, 1817.

DB113/1-8
DEEDS TO COTTAGES IN PRIORY STREET, 1707-79
(See also DB212, 218, 230, and 234)

DB114/13-15
COTTAGE AND BARN IN ABBEY END (PRIORY ST), 1728-1801

DB161/3-4
PURCHASE OF A COTTAGE AND CLOSE IN PRIORY ST BY THOMAS HOOTON, 1777.

DB168/1-13
DEEDS TO COTTAGES IN ABBEY END (PRIORY ST) AND PART OF PRIORY CLOSE, 1818-65. (See also DB44/54 the Abstract of Title of James Rose)

DB169/1-17
COTTAGES AND LAND IN ABBEY END (PRIORY ST), 1758-1867
INCLUDES WILL OF RICHARD JUDKINS 1762, AND CONVEYANCE OF LAND NEAR TICKFORD BRIDGE, BY BRIDGE TRUSTEES, 1865.

DB171/1-10
5 COTTAGES AND LAND IN ABBEY END (PRIORY ST) 1855-1871

DB208/1-27
DEEDS TO PROPERTIES AND CLOSE OF 2A IN TICKFORD END, COTTAGES IN ABBEY END (PRIORY STREET), MESSUAGES IN THE HOG MARKET (HIGH STREET), DUNGHILL LANE (UNION STREET) AND NORTH END 1738-1876. INCLUDES SALE OF HOMESTEAD, WITH BUILDINGS, BARNS AND STABLES, AND MESSUAGES IN NORTH END BY THE LORD OF THE MANOR, THE RIGHT HON GEORGE ANNESLEY COMMONLY CALLED LORD VISCOUNT VALENTIA, 1808.

DB212/1, 6-11 AND 15-16
COTTAGES INCLUDING BLACKSMITHS SHOP IN TICKFORD END, (PRIORY STREET) 1674-1815
(SEE ALSO DB113, 218, 230, and 234)

DB216 /1-14
COTTAGES IN ABBEY END (PRIORY STREET), 1767-1876

DB217/1-15
COTTAGES IN PRIORY STREET, 1839-73

DB218/1-23
COTTAGES IN PRIORY STREET, 1743-1874
(See also DB113, 212, 213, 230 AND 234)

DB234/10-13
MESSUAGE IN ABBEY END, 1707-38

ST JOHN STREET

DB32/11
SALE OF MESSUAGE IN ST JOHN ST BY CREDITORS OF THOMAS ROGERS, A BANKRUPT, 1788.

DB33/8
DETAILS OF SALE BY AUCTION OF BLACKSMITHS SHOP NEXT TO TICKFORD BRIDGE, MESSUAGE IN TICKFORD ST, AND PRICE AND GOFFS WHARF ON THE GREEN, 1869.

DB110/1-18 
DEEDS TO THE WHITE ANGEL, ST JOHN STREET, 1764-1842.

DB115/1-4
ESTATE OF THOMAS WALLIS, 3 MESSUAGES IN HIGH STREET (NOS 34-36), 2 IN ST JOHN STREET, AND A FARM AT NORTH CRAWLEY, 1811-12.
(Includes DB145/6, see also DB212/13, and NPHS Deeds 5)

DB212/12-14
ESTATE OF SAMUEL BARRINGER, GROCER, MESSUAGES IN HIGH STREET AND ST JOHN STREET, 1811-12

DB221/1-3
DEEDS TO A BURGAGE IN ST JOHN STREET NEXT TO THE RED LYON, 1538-1600

DB223/1-6 AND DB225/1-3
DEEDS TO WHITE HART ETC IN ST JOHN STREET, 1610-1932

DB234/7-9
PROPERTY OF COOCH FAMILY IN TICKFORD END AND ST JOHN ST, INCLUDES GOOD DETAILS OF FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS, 1836-49

DB249/23
WILL OF BARNARD LEVI, COACH MASTER OF NORTHAMPTON, 70a LANDS IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, MALTING AND BARNS, CLOSES, AN INN CALLED THE ADMIRAL HOOD IN ST JOHN STREET, AND LANDS IN NORTHAMPTON, 1810,

TICKFORD END / TICKFORD STREET

DB22
MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF GEORGE RENNY TO HIS COUSIN ISABELLA RENNY, PROPERTY IN TICKFORD END, TICKFORD FIELDS AND ABBEY END, 1790.

DB22/2-3
RELEASE OF RECTORIAL TITHES, JOHN BURNHAM TO THE TRUSTEES OF THE MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF SAMUEL GREATHEED AND ANN HAMILTON, 1795.

DB24/1
RELEASE OF FREEHOLD ESTATE, FORMER PURRAT FARMHOUSE
AND LANDS IN TICKFORD END, 1817.

DB33/8
DETAILS OF SALE BY AUCTION OF BLACKSMITHS SHOP NEXT TO TICKFORD BRIDGE, MESSUAGE IN TICKFORD ST, AND PRICE AND GOFFS WHARF ON THE GREEN, 1869.

DB33/9
DEEDS TO PROPERTY OF WILLIAM YATE, FELLMONGER, MESSUAGE IN TICKFORD ST, WOOLCHAMBERS IN BARN IN NORTH END, AND SHOP IN HIGH ST, 1766.

DB34
DEEDS TO PROPERTY OF POMFRETT FAMILY IN TICKFORD END
MESSUAGE, YARDS, GARDENS, MALTHOUSE, DOVEHOUSE, COTTAGES, CLOSES AND 3 YARDLANDS IN TICKFORD FIELD, AND A BRICKKILN, 1724-1813, INCLUDES MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT 1724, AND WILLS OF BENJAMIN POMFRETT 1774 AND MARY POMFRETT, 1804.

DB36
DEEDS TO AN ESTATE IN TICKFORD OWNED BY THE PURRATT FAMILY WITH PEDIGREE, SUBSEQUENTLY OWNED BY PHILIP HODDLE WARD, 1790-1830. ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMMENCES 1612.

DB38/3
ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF JOHN HARRIS TO AN ESTATE
IN TICKFORD 1620-1803, FORMERLY THE PURRATT ESTATE

DB40/1
DEEDS RELATING TO THE SALE OF ESTATE OF WILLIAM YATE A BANKRUPT, 1768.

DB41/3-9
MORTGAGES BY JAMES PRICE COLES OF BREWERY IN TICKFORD STREET WITH 4 HOUSES ADJOINING, A BEERHOUSE, 3 COTTAGES,  AND 4 CLOSES OF MEADOW IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, ALSO PUBLIC HOUSES IN BEDFORD, CALVERTON, AND NORTH CRAWLEY,
AND A BEERHOUSE IN OLNEY 1858-1878 (See DB45a)

DB43/2-4
AN ESTATE IN TICKFORD, NEWPORT PAGNELL, FORMERLY PIERSON THEN EYLES, 1772

DB44
DEEDS TO LANDS OF PERROTT FAMILY, MAINLY IN TICKFORD BUT SOME IN MARSH END NEWPORT PAGNELL, INCLUDES TERRIERS OF LANDS, ABSTRACTS OF TITLE OF SUBSEQUENT OWNERS, 1603-1840. ARTICLE BY W B BULL ON PERROTT FAMILY, 1917.

DB107/9
CONVEYANCE OF REAL AND ASSIGNMENT OF PERSONAL ESTATE OF THOMAS HOLT GENT, TO THOMAS HOOTON OF TICKFORD PRIORY, GENT, WALTER BEATY, LACE MERCHANT AND JOHN ASHE OF ARUNDEL ST, MIDDLESEX, THE CREDITORS AND TRUSTEES FOR THE BENEFIT OF OTHER CREDITORS OF THOMAS HOLT. GOODWINS FARMHOUSE, LANDS IN PORTFIELD, TICKFORD FIELD, MARSH END, AND A BRICK KILN, 1779.

DB108/1-4
WILLS OF JOHN PURRATT, FARMER, OF TICKFORD 1784,
WILLIAM NICHOLS OF GAYHURST FARMER, 1826,
CERTIFICATES OF ADMINISTRATION OF MARY GOODMAN 1853,
AND EDMUND THOMAS SAUNDERS, BANK CLERK 1890

DB146/7 
CONVEYANCE OF GROUND IN NEWPORT PAGNELL FORMERLY USED AS A POUND, IN TICKFORD END, 1893.

DB146/11A AND 11B
DRAFTS OF A LEASE OF 5 CLOSES OF PASTURE IN TICKFORD FIELD WITH A COTTAGE ETC, 1894.

DB208/1-27
DEEDS TO PROPERTIES AND CLOSE OF 2A IN TICKFORD END, COTTAGES IN ABBEY END (PRIORY STREET), MESSUAGES IN THE HOG MARKET (HIGH STREET), DUNGHILL LANE (UNION STREET) AND NORTH END 1738-1876. INCLUDES SALE OF HOMESTEAD, WITH BUILDINGS, BARNS AND STABLES, AND MESSUAGES IN NORTH END BY THE LORD OF THE MANOR, THE RIGHT HON GEORGE ANNESLEY COMMONLY CALLED LORD VISCOUNT VALENTIA, 1808.

DB214     /1-21
MESSUAGE, CLOSES AND 46a OF LAND IN TICKFORD FIELD FORMERLY PEARSON ESTATE, THEN EYLES, THEN JOHN HAMILTON, THEN PHILIP HODDLE WARD, 1773-1854
(See also DB234/1, which is the Release of 21st March 1772)

DB239/1-10
DEEDS TO 30 AND 32 TICKFORD STREET, INCLUDING BLACKSMITH’S SHOP, 1856-97. (See DB236 for earlier deeds)

DB240/1-9 & 11
MORTGAGE OF COTTAGE AND BARN IN TICKFORD ST, AND THE SWAN INN AT SHERINGTON WITH FIRE INSURANCE CERTIFICATE AND MISC PAPERS, 1854-67

DB241/1-5 AND 241/2
MORTGAGE OF SALMONS COACHWORKS, YARD, FACTORY AND HOUSE ETC IN TICKFORD STREET, 1879 AND SUBSEQUENT PAPERS TO 1933.

DB241/3
PRINTED AUCTION NOTICE OF LAND AND FARM BUILDINGS IN TICKFORD END, 1903.

DB247/1-11
DEEDS TO PROPERTY NEAR TICKFORD BRIDGE, FORMERLY THE DOLPHIN THEN THE HORSE AND GROOM, MENTIONS FIELD CALLED THE “BULLIN”, 1646-1756

WILLEN ROAD

DB146/10 
    
A SMALL TRIANGULAR SHAPED PIECE OF GROUND IN WILLEN ROAD, 1884.

FARMS AND LANDS

PORTFIELD

DB41/2
REPAYMENT OF MORGAGES ON AND CONVEYANCE OF LANDS CALLED THE SLANCHES (SLAUNCHES), 1787

DB32/13
SALE OF A CLOSE IN THE PORT FIELD, 1798.

DB108/12-13
PAGES FROM ‘THE TIMES’ WITH DETAILS OF AUCTION OF FREEHOLD ESTATE OF 57a (PORTFIELDS FARM) AT NEWPORT PAGNELL IN OCCUPATION OF WILLIAM PRICE, 1863, WITH A PLAN OF THE FARM.

DB146/8A
LEASE OF FARM, IN TICKFORD END, LANDS IN TICKFORD FIELD AND PORTFIELD CONT 84A, A CLOSE IN PORTFIELD AND THE MEADOW CALLED WESTMEAD CONTAINING 17A 2R, 1880.

DB244/22
LEASE OF LANDS IN PORTFIELD BY GOVERNORS OF QUEEN ANNES HOSPITAL, 1681

DB246/1-16
CONNY (CONNEY) FAMILY DEEDS TO BURGAGE IN HIGH STREET (No 36&38), LAND IN THE PORTFIELD AND CALDECOTE FIELDS WITH TERRIER, AND HOUSE AND LANDS IN OUTWELL, CAMBS AND UPWELL NORFOLK, 1586-1656

DB248
AGREEMENT BETWEEN FREEHOLDERS AND TENANTS OF LAND IN THE PORTFIELD, 1662.

DB249/1-10
CLOSES CALLED THE SLAUNCHES, SHEEPCOT AND OTHERS, WILL OF JOHN HADDON THE ELDER 1770, AND OF JOHN HADDON 1780, INCLUDES FARM IN GREEN END, CALLED GREEN FARM, AND LATER CALLED BURY FARM, WITH TERRIER OF LANDS IN PORTFIELD, LANDS IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, LANDS IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE AND A TANNERY AT OLNEY, SALE OF FARM IN 1783 TO THOMAS HOOTON OF TICKFORD ABBEY, SUBSEQUENT MORTGAGES AND ASSIGNMENT TO GEORGE LUCAS, 1861.

DB249/23
WILL OF BARNARD LEVI, COACH MASTER OF NORTHAMPTON, 70a LANDS IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, MALTING AND BARNS, CLOSES, AN INN CALLED THE ADMIRAL HOOD IN ST JOHN STREET, AND LANDS IN NORTHAMPTON, 1810,

DB249/24-26
SALE OF LANDS IN THE PORTFIELD, AND RECOVERY, 1854

DB250/1-9
DEEDS TO ESTATE OF GEORGE RENNY AND ROBERT MURRAY FRASER, MESSUAGES AND LANDS IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, IN MARSH END, THE PORTFIELD, INCLUDES PURCHASE OF PARTS OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN HAMILTON, LACE MERCHANT 1808, SALE CATALOGUE OF ESTATE OF JOHN HAMILTON, LACE MERCHANT, PROPERTY IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, SHERINGTON, OLNEY, AND HANSLOPE.  1765-1820,

DB258
COPIES OF ACTS FOR INCLOSURE OF PORT FIELD 1794 AND TICKFORD FIELD 1807, INCLUDING DRAFT COPIES OF TICKFORD AWARD 1808, COPIES OF PORT FIELD AWARD 1795, AND SOLICITORS BILL FOR OBTAINING ACT

CLOSES

DB32/6
LEASE OF A CLOSE OF PASTURE ADJOINING TO BURY FIELD
BY FEOFFEES OF TOWN LANDS, 1725.

CALDECOTE MANOR

DB181
DEEDS TO PROPERTY IN CALDECOTE, NEWPORT PAGNELL AND OF WILLIAM WHITE IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE 1567- 1800

DB181/3
MR WILLIAM WHITE’S ABSTRACT OF TITLE TO AN ESTATE IN BRAYFIELD ON THE GREEN, NORTHANTS, 1597-1628.

DB181/4-8
DEEDS RELATING TO THE MANOR OF CALDECOTE.
INCLUDES 17TH CENTURY ABSTRACT OF WILLIAM WHITE’S TITLE
TO ESTATE AT BRAYFIELD ON THE GREEN IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
AND AT CALDECOTE, WITH SUBSEQUENT DEEDS TO 1800

DB111/17-18
MANOR OF CALDECOTE, WILL OF ANTHONY CHAPMAN, 1740 ,  ESTATE INCLUDES  MESSUAGE ETC IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, OTHER PROPERTY INCLUDES A MALTING IN WORCESTER.
WILL OF ELIZABETH HILL, SPINSTER, 1856

DB27
DEEDS RELATING TO CALDECOTE MANOR 1692-1747, INCLUDES LIST OF PROPERTIES IN NEWPORT PAGNELL AND WORCESTER

DB109/1-6
MANOR OF CALDECOTE, MORTGAGES 1691-1695

DB100/1-19
MANOR OF CALDECOTT, CHAPMAN MORTGAGES, 1695-1747.

DB106/12-20
MANOR OF CALDECOTE, DEEDS RELATING TO CALDECOTE MILL
AND ESTATE OF WILLIAM BACKWELL, 1744-91

DB107/7
RL OF TYTHES OF NEWPORT PAGNELL AND THE HAMLETS OF TICKFORD AND CALDECOTE WHICH WERE PARCEL OF THE RECTORY OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, ALSO OF ALL TYTHES AS WERE THEN PAYABLE TO THE VICAR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1771

DB184/1-30
CALDECOTE ESTATE DEEDS 1615-1759
INCLUDES ABSTRACT OF TITLE FROM 1586, WITH TERRIERS OF LANDS ETC.

DB184/31-32
AN ABSTRACT OF TITLE
(I HAVE ADDED DETAILS FROM DB100, DB184/1 30 AND DB184/32).

DB180/1-11
DEEDS RELATING TO LANDS IN CALDECOTE 1759-1861
WILL OF WILLIAM LUCAS 1828, (INCLUDES PROPERTY IN NEWPORT PAGNELL), CONVEYANCE OF HIS ESTATE IN CALDECOTE 1842, WITH A PLAN OF CALDECOTE FARM

DB182/1-12
DEEDS AND PAPERS RELATING TO CHAPMANS FARM, AND OTHER PROPERTY, INCLUDING TONGWELL CLOSE, ALL IN NEWPORT PAGNELL 1802-40. MENTIONS LIMEKILN AND BRICKKILN IN THE PORTFIELD.
WITH MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF FRANCIS WRIGHT OF MIDDLESEX AND FRANCES LUCAS OF NEWPORT PAGNELL 1826

DB183/1-3
DRAFTS OF CONVEYANCE OF CALDECOTE MILL 1873.
SALE CATALOGUE OF FARM AT BOURNE END, CRANFIELD 1874

DB254/2
CONVEYANCE TO JOHN HADDON FOR £5500 OF LANDS IN NEWPORT PAGNELL AND RECTORY OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, GLEBE LANDS AND TYTHES INCLUDING TYTHES OF TICKFORD AND CALDECOTE, 1760.

TICKFORD MANOR

DB23
DR ATKINS PATENT OF THE DEMESNES OF THE MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, C 1615

DB30/2-6
PAPERS RELATING TO `WARD V. ATTERBURY' CASE
AND CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE OF TICKFORD ESTATE, 1830.

DB37
TICKFORD ESTATE ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF PHILIP HODDLE WARD,
1676-1710.

DB38
TICKFORD ESTATE
RENTAL OF TICKFORD ESTATE 1748, ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF SIR RICHARD ATKINS up to 1771

DB39
TICKFORD ESTATE, LEASE OF LANDS IN TICKFORD BY EARL OF ANGLESEY TO THOMAS WHITE 1673, ASSIGMENTS OF MORTGAGE ON MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL 1750, 1752, SALE OF MANOR OF TICKFORD TO HENRY UTHWATT 1757, FARMHOUSE AND LANDS IN TICKFORD FORMERLY PIERSON ESTATE 1772-1817, FARMHOUSE AND LANDS IN TICKFORD FORMERLY POMFRETTS 1796-1853.

DB40/2-6
TICKFORD ESTATE, SCHEDULE OF ESTATES OF THE LATE DR RENNY AND ROBERT MURRAY FRASER ESQ CIRCA 1846.
PAPERS RE TICKFORD ESTATE AND FARM AT GREEN END 1691-1854,

DB102/1-30
MANOR OF TICKFORD, ATKINS ESTATE,
TICKFORD PRIORY, CALDECOTE MILL, RECTORY OF NEWPORT PAGNELL,
LANDS IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, LATHBURY AND GAYHURST, AND ATKINS FAMILY DEEDS TO ESTATES IN SURREY AND MIDDX. 1676-1710.
(These Deeds are mostly covered in a later Abstract of Title see DB159b).

DB103 AND DB104
MANOR OF TICKFORD, ATKINS ESTATE, INCKUDES FAMILY AND MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS, 1711-1723 (See DB38/2)

DB105/1-8
DEEDS RELATING TO DR ATKINS ESTATE, 1608-26
MAINLY TICKFORD AND CALDECOTE, RECTORY AND TYTHES OF NEWPORT PAGNELL,
SALE CATALOGUE OF 1800 INCLUDES “REPUTED MANOR OF CALDECOTE” AND KICKLES FARM AT NEWPORT PAGNELL.

DB107/2-3
LEASES OF LANDS IN TICKFORD BY `TRUSTEES’ OF THE MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL AND TICKFORD, RECITES ROYAL GRANT OF MANOR TO EDMUND CONNEY, THOMAS BARNES ARTHUR HUMFREY, GENT, 1624.

DB107/4
CONVEYANCE OF 74.5A OF LAND ON TICKFORD FIELD, 1669,
(WITH AN EXTENSIVE TERRIER OF THE LANDS IN BROOKE FIELD, MIDDLE FIELD, MILL FIELD, WICKS MEADE, SAWMEADE, AND DAM MEADE)

DB107/7
RL OF TYTHES OF NEWPORT PAGNELL AND THE HAMLETS OF TICKFORD AND CALDECOTE WHICH WERE PARCEL OF THE RECTORY OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, ALSO OF ALL TYTHES AS WERE THEN PAYABLE TO THE VICAR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1771

DB108/6
TICKFORD ABBEY ESTATE, CORRESPONDENCE AGREEING SALE BY GEORGE LUCAS TO WILLIAM POWELL, 1845.

DB108/7
TICKFORD ABBEY ESTATE, LEASE OF MESSUAGE, BARN, YARD AND GARDEN IN ABBEY END 1820

MANOR OF TICKFORD AND TICKFORD ABBEY ESTATE DB152-DB179

DB152-4
COPIES OF DEEDS RELATING TO TICKFORD MANOR AND ABBEY ESTATE. Not transcribed

DB152
GRANT TO THOMAS CROMPTON AND OTHERS OF TICKFORD PARK, 1592

DB153
GRANT TO DR HENRY ATKINS, 1600
(See Bull’s History 88-89)

DB154
DEED RELATING TO PROPERTIES OF SIR JOHN FORTESCUE INCLUDING TICKFORD PARK/
Not transcribed   

DB155/1
COPY OF IPM OF DR HENRY ATKINS, LANDS IN TICKFORD AND NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1634

DB156
COPY OF IPM OF SIR HENRY ATKINS, LANDS IN TICKFORD AND NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1638

DB157
A NOTE OF DR HENRY ATKINS’ POALES IN TICKFORD MEADOW, 1630
Not transcribed     

DB158/1-5
FORTECUE’S MORTGAGE OF TICKFORD PARK TO DR HENRY ATKINS, 1620

DB158/6&7
AGREEMENTS FOLLOWING “DIVERS VARIANCES AND CONTROVERSIES, QUESTIONS AND DEMANDS” BETWEEN SIR HENRY ATKINS AND SIR ANTHONY CHESTER RE BOUNDS OF TICKFORD PARK AND SUSEQUENT EXCHANGE OF LANDS, 1621.

DB158/8-10
RECOVERY, FINE AND BOND, ATKINS ESTATE, 1622-5.

DB158/11
SALE OF LANDS IN TICKFORD FIELD WEBB TO ATKINS, 1625.
WITH TERRIER OF LANDS

DB159A/1-4
MESSUAGE, CLOSE AND HALF YARDLAND IN TICKFORD,
DR HENRY ATKINS, 1670-75.

DB159b
ABSTRACT OF SIR RICHARD ATKINS TITLE, 1676 TO 1750.
Not transcribed.

DB160/1-5
CONVEYANCE OF THE MANOR, MANOR HOUSE OF THE ABBEY, COTTAGE AND 4 CLOSES, SIR WILLIAM BOWYER TO JOHN HOOTON 1757,
TITLE DEEDS COMMENCE 1676.

DB160/6&7
EXCHANGE OF CLOSES JOHN HOOTON TO JOHN PURRATT 1759.

DB160/8-10
EXTRACTS FROM WILLS OF JOHN HOOTON 1762, AND OF HIS SON JOHN 1764, AFFIDAVIT RE JOHN HOOTON, 1829.

DB161/1-2
CONVEYANCE OF A ROYALTY AND FREE FISHERY, WILLIAM BACKWELL TO THOMAS HOOTON, 1766.

DB161/3-4
PURCHASE OF A COTTAGE AND CLOSE IN PRIORY ST BY THOMAS HOOTON, 1777.

DB161/5-13
MORTGAGES OF ESTATE BY PHILIP HODDLE WARD, INCLUDES TERRIER OF LANDS, SUBSEQUENT MORTGAGES AND RELEASE OF EQUITY AND REDEMPTION TO GEORGE LUCAS 1830-38.

DB161/14
DECLARATION RE SCRIVENER FAMILY, 1864

DB162/1
MORTGAGE OF LAND IN TICKFORD FIELD, 1823

DB162/2
WILL OF THOMAS HOOTON, 1805.

DB162/3-22&24
ENCLOSURE AWARD OF TICKFORD FIELD 1806-7
MORTGAGES OF PARTS OF THE ESTATE BY PHILIP HODDLE WARD, 1832

DB162/23
REDEMPTION OF LAND TAX WITH LIST OF ALL PROPERTY, 1793.

DB162/25-30
TICKFORD FIELDS FARM, 1835-43
(These follow on from DB24 and DB193/10. See DB175 for later Deeds)

DB163/1-6
PAPERS RE CASE HEARD AT BUCKINGHAM ASSIZES, OF TRESPASS AND THEFT FROM A FISHERY IN 1805, AND SUBSEQUENTLY AT COURT OF COMMON PLEAS 1817. INCLUDES EVIDENCES FROM ANCIENT DEEDS.

DB164-179
DEEDS AND PAPERS RELATING TO SALES OF THE ESTATE
1864, 1918, AND 1929.

DB164/1-21
SALE OF SPITTLE LEYS, 1820 –1860,
SALE OF LANDS TO HENRY THOMAS ATTERBURY 1835,
WILL OF JOHN SAUNDERS AND VALUATION OF BRICKYARD, 1838,
SALE OF ESTATE BY GEORGE LUCAS TO WILLIAM POWELL 1846,
ESTATE MAP 1846, AND POWELL FAMILY MORTGAGES 1846-1860.

DB164/22-33
DEEDS TO CASTLE MEADOW 1757-1833,
WILL OF JOHN HURST 1775, WILL OF GEORGE PITT HURST 1833, PAPERS RE HIS HEIRS, INCLUDE DETAILS OF HURST ESTATE.

DB165/1-6
TICKFORD ABBEY SCHEDULED DEEDS 5. Tenancy part of No 7,
WILL OF JOHN HARRIS, 1810, SALE OF FARMHOUSE AND LANDS IN TICKFORD TO PHILIP HODDLE WARD, 1830, SALE TO DANIEL GOODMAN PAPERS RE ADMINISTRATION OF GOODMAN’S ESTATE, LANDS AND BRICKKILN IN TICKFORD, HOUSES IN NEWPORT PAGNELL AND LAND IN SHERINGTON, 1852.

DB166/1-8
SALE OF COTTAGES, BAKEHOUSE AND SLAUGHTER HOUSE IN TICKFORD STREET 1831-1848

DB167/1-5
DECLARATION 1865 BY WILLIAM POWELL THAT SINCE HE PURCHASED THE ESTATE IN 1845 HE HAD PURCHASED CLOSES ETC AND CREATED THE PARK.
ESTATE MAP OF 1864 BY RICHARD SHEPPARD CONFIRMS THAT POWELL BUILT THE TWO LODGES. 
CONVEYANCE OF ESTATE IN 1867 LISTS THE ADDITIONAL CLOSES PURCHASED BY POWELL.

DB168/1-13
DEEDS TO COTTAGES IN ABBEY END (PRIORY ST) AND PART OF PRIORY CLOSE, 1818-65.
(See also DB44/54 the Abstract of Title of James Rose)

DB169/1-17
COTTAGES AND LAND IN ABBEY END (PRIORY ST), 1758-1867
INCLUDES WILL OF RICHARD JUDKINS 1762, AND CONVEYANCE OF LAND NEAR TICKFORD BRIDGE, BY BRIDGE TRUSTEES, 1865.

DB171/1-10
5 COTTAGES AND LAND IN ABBEY END (PRIORY ST) 1855-1871

DB172/1-31
DEEDS TO BULL INN AND MALTING IN TICKFORD ST, VICARAGE CLOSE, COTTAGES AND SCHOOLHOUSE IN PRIORY ST, 1758-1880.

DB173
DEEDS TO HILL CLOSE (FORMERLY PART OF AN ESTATE IN TICKFORD OWNED BY THE PURRATT FAMILY) 1712-1864

DB174/1-16
TICKFORD FIELDS FARM 1784-1864.
INCLUDES SCHEDULE OF DEEDS FROM 1691, AND DETAILS OF FIELDS, CLOSES AND A BRICK KILN AND BARN.

DB175/1-29
DEEDS TO TICKFORD FIELDS FARM 1829-1918. INCLUDES FIELD MAP AND IDENTIFICATION OF PRE-ENCLOSURE FIELD NAMES BY HENRY ROSE, FARMWORKER, 1864.

DB176/1-2 1843
ABSTRACT OF TITLE TO HILL CLOSE, TICKFORD

DB177/1-11
DEEDS WITH ESTATE MAP AND SCHEDULE OF ESTATE ETC, 1881-1918.

DB179/1
SALE CATALOGUE OF THE TICKFORD ESTATE 11TH SEPTEMBER 1929. SCANNED COPY

DB189/15
MANOR OF TICKFORD AND TICKFORD ABBEY ESTATE
ADMINISTRATION WITH THE WILL ANNEXED OF THE EFFECTS OF SARAH WARD WIFE OF PHILIP HODDLE WARD OF TICKFORD ABBEY DECEASED, 1832.
(This deed has become detached from Tickford bundles DB152-184)

DB213/1-3
COTTAGE IN PRIORY STREET, 1737

DB230
DEEDS TO TOFT, AND LANDS IN TICKFORD FIELDS, 1534-1674, INCLUDES EXTRACTS FROM TICKFORD COURT ROLL 1654 AND 1656.

DB231/1-7
DEEDS RELATING TO MESSUAGE, MALT KILN, CLOSE AND LANDS (58a) OF KIRTLAND FAMILY IN TICKFORD, SOLD TO JOHN PURRATT IN 1642, 1600-42

DB233/1-7
DEEDS TO CLOSES AND LANDS IN TICKFORD END THE PROPERTY OF ANTHONY POTTER, BAKER, SOLD TO DR HENRY ATKINS FOR £755, IN 1728, 1626-28

DB234/1-4
FARMHOUSE AND 46a OF LAND IN TICKFORD, HEIRS OF PEARSON ESTATE TO JOHN HAMILTON, LACEMERCHANT 1772, WILL OF HAMILTON 1783,   CONVEYANCE TO ROBERT MURRAY FRASER AND GEORGE RENNY IN 1808,  1772-1808.

DB234/4-6
FARMHOUSE AND LANDS IN TICKFORD, FORMER PURRATT PROPERTY, SOLD TO PHILIP HODDLE WARD, 1803-1815

DB234/7-9
PROPERTY OF COOCH FAMILY IN TICKFORD END AND ST JOHN ST, INCLUDES GOOD DETAILS OF FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS, 1836-49

DB234/10-13
MESSUAGE IN ABBEY END, 1707-38

DB235/1-6
DEEDS RELATING TO ONE THIRD PART OF THE PEARSON ESTATE, COTTAGES AND CLOSES IN TICKFORD END, 1765-1772

DB236/1-2
COMMON RECOVERY OF ESTATE OF ROBERT PERROTT, DRAPER, MESSUAGES AND LANDS IN TICKFORD END, AND ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF ROBERT MURRAY FRASER AND GEORGE RENNY TO MESSUAGES IN TICKFORD END, 1818

DB236/4-14
COTTAGE WITH GARDEN AND BARN IN TICKFORD END, 1818-1869

DB249/11-22
MANOR OF TICKFORD 1750-1854
ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE OF TICKFORD MANOR HOUSE, LANDS AND TICKFORD PARK AND THE RECTORIAL TYTHES OF NEWPORT PAGNELL BY SIR RICHARD ATKINS 1750, SUBSEQUENT MORTGAGES, SALES BY EXECUTORS.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF REVD PATRICK RENNY AND OTHERS TO DAWBORNES CLOSE INCLUDES WILLS OR EXTRACTS OF WILLS OF ROBERT PERROTT 1777

DB254/1
MANOR OF TICKFORD ARRANGMENT FOR PAYMENT OF QUIT RENTS
ON A CLOSE CALLED THE SLAUNCHES AND BURY FIELD IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, BY DEVISEES OF SIR RICHARD ATKINS, 1757,

DB254/2
CONVEYANCE TO JOHN HADDON FOR £5500 OF LANDS IN NEWPORT PAGNELL AND RECTORY OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, GLEBE LANDS AND TYTHES INCLUDING TYTHES OF TICKFORD AND CALDECOTE, 1760.

DB258
COPIES OF ACTS FOR INCLOSURE OF PORT FIELD 1794 AND TICKFORD FIELD 1807, INCLUDING DRAFT COPIES OF TICKFORD AWARD 1808, COPIES OF PORT FIELD AWARD 1795, AND SOLICITORS BILL FOR OBTAINING ACT

NEWPORT PAGNELL MANOR

DB23
DR ATKINS PATENT OF THE DEMESNES OF THE MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, C 1615
ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF CHARLES MARIUS HARDY TO THE MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1846.

DB106/26-31
MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, DRAFT RELEASE OF QUIT RENT, 1883
LETTER FROM WALTER B BULL (1904) CONCERNING THE  RESPONSIBILITY FOR HIGHWAY REPAIRS, MENTIONS SITE OF THE SHAMBLES AND MARKET HILL. EXTRACTS FROM STEWARDS ACCOUNTS 1770-1830

DB108/10
MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, LANDS SOLD TO NEWPORT PAGNELL RAILWAY CO, 1866
(Contains useful information about the descent of the Manor, in the 18th cent).

DB108/14-16
PAPERS RELATING TO THE NEWPORT HUNDREDS
ACCOUNT RE FEE FARM RENTS, 1820
LETTER RE NO OF INHABITANTS 1801
SCHEDULE OF ASSESSED TAXES FOR RESIDENTS OF NEWPORT PAGNELL 1809-10.

DB126&7
QUIT RENTS ACCOUNT BOOKS, 1759-99
Not transcribed

DB128&129
RENT BOOK OF EARL OF ANGLESEY’S ESTATE, 1760-68
Not transcribed

DB130
MANOR RENT ACCOUNTS 1827-1845
(Transcription is of selected extracts)

DB131
ACCOUNT BOOK OF SPECIAL ACCOUNTS AND QUITRENTS, 1845 TO 1879

DB133
THE SAME AS DB145/1

DB134
MEMORANDUM ETC RELATING TO MANOR AND COURT LEET, 1670-1756

DB135
EXTRACTS FROM COURT ROLL 1674

DB136
PAPERS RELATING TO RENT DISPUTES, WITH STEWARDS ACCOUNTS, 1724, AND RENT ACCOUNTS 1707-30, 1818-20 ETC.
(Only DB136/13 transcribed)

DB136/13 
ACCOUNT OF RELEASES AND ALIENATIONS
(Two undated sheets, the date is between 1748 and 1755).

DB137
QUIT RENTS 1898. Not transcribed

DB138
NOTEBOOK WITH MEMORANDA ABOUT HOLDING COURT LEET AND NOTES ABOUT BURY FIELD, c early nineteenth century.
Not transcribed

DB139
PAPERS RELATING TO FUNERAL EXPENSES, EXECUTORSHIP AND TRUST ESTATE OF CHARLES MARIUS HARDY LORD OF THE MANOR DECEASED, 1827.
Not transcribed

DB140
MINUTES OF COURT, 1832
Not transcribed

DB141/1-19
MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS, FAMILY PAPERS AND ABSTRACT OF TITLE.
EARL OF ANGLESEY’S ESTATE, 1737-1810

DB142/1-7
ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF CHARLES MARIUS HARDY,
AND SALE BY HIM A SEVERAL CLOSES TO JOHN COLES YEOMAN, 1810

DB143/1
CHARLES MARIUS HARDY'S ABSTRACT OF TITLE

DB143/2
A WRIT OF EXTENT OF THE MANOR OF 1ST EDWARD I 1272

DB143/3
A CHARTER OF 5TH EDWARD 2ND 1311 OF CONFIRMATION TO THE PRIOR AND CONVENT OF TICKFORD OF INTER ALIA A FISHERY IN THE RIVER OUSE IN NEWPORT PAGNELL

DB143/4
A WRIT AND INQUISITION AD QUOD DAMPNUM OF
9 EDWARD II 1316 TO THE MANOR OF TICKFORD AND NEWPORT PAGNELL. (Published in Bull 1900, 75)

DB143/5
8TH AUGUST 1608
SURVEY OF THE MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL
I
N THE COUNTY OF BUCKS ANNEXED TO THE HONOR OF AMPTHILL

DB143/6
ABSTRACT OF CONVEYANCE OF TO CHARLES MARIUS HARDY
Not transcribed

DB143/7
ANCIENT TOLLS & PAYMENTS TAKEN ON MARKET & FAIR DAYS".

DB143/8
BRIEF RE COURT CASE AT BUCKINGHAM ASSIZES, 1816
OF TRESPASS AND THEFT FROM A FISHERY IN 1805.
INCLUDES EXTENSIVE EVIDENCE FROM LOCAL PEOPLE

DB144
SCHEDULE OF DEEDS AND EVIDENCES RE ABOVE CASE.
Not transcribed

DB145/1
VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH DETAILS
OF THE LORD’S LANDS AND TENANTS, 1670

DB145/2-5 & 6-10
DEEDS RELATING TO SALE BY VISCOUNT VALENTIA TO CHARLES MARIUS HARDY, 1808-33, WITH ABSTRACT OF TITLE 1833.

DB146/1- 34
RELEASES OF QUIT RENTS, DRAFT LEASES AND CONVEYANCES OF MANORIAL LANDS INCLUDING THE BULLY NEXT TO CASTLE MEADOW, THE POUND IN TICKFORD STREET, FARM IN TICKFORD END, INCLUDES WHEELRIGHTS AND COACHMAKERS YARD IN HIGH STREET, AND FISHING RIGHTS, AND CONVEYANCE OF MANOR. 1855-1905.

DB146/1
LAND IN BURY MEADOW CALLED LOWER CHEQUERS.

DB146/2
DRAFT OF CONVEYANCE PLOT OF LAND CALLED THE BULLY, 1865
(Adjoins Castle Meadow)

DB146/3
RELEASE OF QUIT RENTS ON ‘CHAPMANS FARM’ AND FOXSTONE FURLONG, 5 FREEHOLD CLOSES KNOWN AS ‘THE LYNCHES’, MESSUAGE IN THE HIGH STREET, AND MESSUAGE TICKFORD END, 1874.

DB146/6&18
RELEASE OF QUIT RENT OUT OF THE PARISH OF ASTWOOD

DB146/8b
RELEASE OF QUIT RENT ON A MEADOW KNOWN AS THE SLAUNCHES,
WHICH ADJOINS BURY FIELD, 1884.

DB146/12 
CONVEYANCE AND RELEASE OF FISHING RIGHTS IN PART OF THE RIVER LOVAT, 1884. 3 TRACINGS OF RIVER WITH NAMES OF ADJOINING FIELDS ETC ARE BASED ON THE MAP DRAWN UP IN 1806, (See DB143/8).

DB146/13&14        1893
DRAFT LEASE OF 48A IN THE PORT FIELD.

DB146/16A, 16B AND 16C
AGREEMENT TO LET 54A IN PORT FIELD AND WEST MEAD, 1897

DB146/17A AND 17B
LEASE OF SPORTING RIGHTS TO J KNAPP

DB146/20-22
CONVEYANCE OF LEGAL ESTATE UNDER THE WILL OF MISS ELIZABETH NEWBY TO E.G.WHITTLE, 1904. INDEMNITY AGAINST CHARGES AND LIABILITIES EXISTING ON THE MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL,
DRAFT DISCHARGE BY THE VENERABLE DEACON LIGHTFOOT OF THE TRUSTS OF THE WILL OF MISS ELIZABETH NEWBY, 1904.

DB146/23      27TH JULY 1904
COPIES OF CORRESPONDENCE AND NOTICE TO QUIT THE KICKLES FARM

DB146/24
NOTES RE FAMILY OF CHARLES MARIUS HARDY

DB146/25-27
COPIES OF CONVEYANCE OF MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1904

DB146/28A AND 28B 
INDEMNITY AGAINST CHARGES AND LIABILITIES EXISTING ON THE MANOR, WITH PLAN OF MANORIAL ESTATE FROM SALE CATALOGUE, 1905.

DB146/29-31
RELEASE OF THE MANOR TO E G WHITTLE AS REPRESENTATIVE OF BENEFICIARIES UNDER NEWBY WILL, AND DECLARATIONS IN SUPPORT OF THE TITLE OF THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE LATE MISSES NEWBY TO MANORIAL PROPERTY IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1905.

DB146/32
INDEMNITY AGAINST CHARGES AND LIABILITIES ON THE MANOR SCHEDULE OF LANDS WITH NAMES OF TENANTS, UNDATED
(Same as DB146/28a and 28b but this copy has details of the schedules).

DB146/33
MISC CORRESPONDENCE

DB146/34  1855
PLAN OF TANKARD CLOSE

DB147
COPIES OF PROBATE WILLS OF MARTHA NEWBY 1903 AND ELIZABETH NEWBY 1904, AND RELATED PAPERS.
Not transcribed

DB148
PAPERS RELATING TO CASE IN HIGH COURT OF PROBATE CONCERNING WILL OF MARTHA NEWBY, 1903.
Not transcribed

DB149
PAPERS RELATING TO SALE OF THE MISSES NEWBY’S ESTATE, 1902-4.
Not transcribed

DB150
DETAILS OF ESTATE AND MANOR, WITH PLANS ETC, FOR SALE, 1904-05
Not transcribed

DB151
ABSTRACT OF TITLE OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE MISSES NEWBY, 1904-06, Not transcribed

DB194/1
DEEDS RE TYTHES OF NEWPORT PAGNELL, INCLUDES LIST OF PROPERTIES WITH NAMES OF OWNERS, 1771

DB244/9-12
MISC DEEDS, BOND 1613, LEASE OF WATER MILL 1615, DEMISE OF PIECE OF LAND NEXT TO BURGAGE IN HIGH STREET, AND A FINE.

DB257/11-14
PRINTED SALE PARTICULARS OF THE SALE OF THE MANOR OF NEWPORT PAGNELL WITH TWO TRACINGS OF PLAN, 1904.

DB259/1-4
COPIES OF ACT OF PARLIAMENT FOR REBUILDING THE NEWPORT PAGNELL BRIDGES 1809, COPIES OF ACT FOR MAKING CANAL FROM GRAND JUNCTION CANAL TO NEWPORT PAGNELL 1813-14, COPY PETITION OF GRAND JUNCTION CANAL AGAINST THE NEWPORT PAGNELL RAILWAY 1863.

APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURES, MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS, AND WILLS

DB40/9
23 APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURES 1808-53

DB181/1&2
MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF WILLIAM BACKWELL TO LUCY HARRIS, PROPERTY SETTLED IS THE KICKLES FARM, MESSUAGE AND 210A OF LAND IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, BURY FIELD AND 3A IN BURY MEADOW 1762. (NOT PART OF CALDECOTE MANOR)

DB45B/5
MANOR OF LITTLE LINFORD MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF MATTHEW KNAPP AND CATHERING UTHWATT, 1769.

DB33/7
MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT OF GEORGE HARCOURT AND GERTUDE LUCAS, 1846.

DB380/1-14
MISCELLANEOUS MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS 1744-1870

DB40/7
PROBATE COPY OF WILL OF THOMAS WILKINSON, 1780.

DB106/1-3
DEEDS RE ESTATE OF THOMAS WILSON, BAKER, A BANKRUPT, 1790-91.

DB106/4-11
WILL AND PAPERS RELATING TO ESTATE OF THOMAS KILPIN IRONMONGER, DECD, 1796-1802.

DB106/21-24
WILL OF ELIZABETH WALKER, WIDOW AND PAPERS RELATING TO EXECUTORSHIP, 1701-1869

DB252 /1-5
PAPERS RELATED TO ESTATE OF JOHN PIKE OF WAVENDON, AND THE PIKE FAMILY, 1817-1842

PROPERTIES IN OTHER COUNTIES

DB43/1
MESSUAGE IN AMBROSEDEN, OXON, 1681

DB43/7
A CLOSE IN GRETTON, NORTHANTS, 1797

DB45a/3
PRINTED CATALOGUE OF SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSES IN BUCKS AND BEDS, 1891.

DB256/1-16
WILL OF ROBERT WHITWORTH OF COLD BRAYFIELD, PROPERTY INCLUDES AN EXTENSIVE ESTATE IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, TRUSTEES PAPERS RE ESTATE INCLUDES SHARES IN KICKLES FARM.

DB261
SIX ITEMS RE DR PATRICK RENNY, INCLUDING CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCE AS SHIPS SURGEON, 1757 LETTER DESCRIBING HIS RECEIVING DOCTORATE AT EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY 12 AUG 1771, 1757-1790

DEEDS TO PROPERTIES ELSEWHERE IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE IN NEWPORT PAGNELL BUNDLES

DB43/5&6
DEEDS TO MARTIN’S CLOSE IN PETSOE END EMBERTON, 1783-94

DB43/11, 17 and 18
DEEDS TO TWO HOUSES IN EMBERTON, HOUSE AND TWO NEWLY ERECTED COTTAGES IN LAVENDON, AND A HOUSE AT LOUGHTON, 1819-24

DB43/19
RELEASE IN 1826 OF LEGACY UNDER THE WILL OF THOMAS WARD OF GREAT LINFORD, 1780.

DB45b/6
GREATHEED LANDS IN EAKLEY AND WENDOVER, 1808.

DB72/1-11
DEEDS MOSTLY COPIES RELATING TO MANOR OF BOW BRICKHILL BUT INCLUDE MESSUAGES AT NEWPORT PAGNELL, 1741-1818.

DB115/1-4
ESTATE OF THOMAS WALLIS, 3 MESSUAGES IN HIGH STREET (NOS 34-36), 2 IN ST JOHN STREET, AND A FARM AT NORTH CRAWLEY, 1811-12.
(Includes DB145/6, see also DB212/13, and NPHS Deeds 5) 

DB115/9-12
FARMHOUSE AND LAND IN NORTH CRAWLEY,
PRESUMABLY SAME AS IN 115/1-4, 1840.

DB240/10
CONVEYANCE OF LAND AND COTTAGES AT BRADWELL, 1860

DB251/1-13
DEEDS ETC TO ESTATE, BURGAGE, COTTAGES AND LANDS OF SIR JOHN BUCHANAN MAINLY IN NEWPORT PAGNELL, BUT SOME LAND IN SHERINGTON AND EMBERTON, 1790-1889. INCLUDES ACT OF PARLIAMENT 1790 TO ENABLE SIR JOHN RIDDELL BART, TO USE THE SURNAME AND ARMS OF ARCHIBALD BUCHANAN PURSUANT TO THE WILL OF ARCHIBALD BUCHANAN ESQ. 

DB252/3
ANNE GREEN’S ADMISSION TO THE MANOR OF CALVERTON, 1825

DB290
LATHBURY DEEDS TO PROPERTY OF ANDREWS AND ATKINS FAMILIES, INCLUDING THE HARTS HEAD INN, 1628. OTHER LATHBURY ITEMS, 1606-1692

DB313
DEEDS RELATING TO PROPERTY AT SHERINGTON OF THOMAS ROGERS, A BANKRUPT 1788-1823

MISCELLANEOUS TO SORT

DB101/1-28
DEEDS TO COTTAGES IN MARSH END, 1666-1854.
DEED OF 1751 INCLUDES 2 COTTAGES IN ST JOHN STREET.

DB212/2-5
BOND MATHIUS CONNEY, INNKEEPER TO WILLIAM BUCK, BAKER 1674, AND PAPERS RE BUCK’S ESTATE 1724.

DB219/1-12
LEASES OF LAND AND PROPERTY OWNED BY QUEEN ANNES HOSPITAL, VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN THE TOWN, 1640-1682.

DB237/1-6
DEEDS TO BREWERY IN TICKFORD END AND PUBLIC HOUSES OWNED BY JAMES PRICE COLES, 1850-1857. (See also DB 228)

DB244/1
MESSUAGE NEXT TO THE LORD’S COMMON BAKEHOUSE, AND A CLOSE IN FFYSSHERS WYCK, 1524

DB244/6&7
TWO CLOSES; ONE IN LE FISHERS WICK, AND THE OTHER NEAR BURY FIELD, ANOTHER CLOSE IN FISHERS WICK AND LAND IN WEST MEADOW, TICKFORD FIELD AND CHICHELEY, ALSO TWO PIECES OF LAND IN MARESCO (MARSH END), 1596-8

DB244/8
LEASE OF MESSUAGE BY TOWN LAND FEOFFEES, 1603

DB244/13&14
DEMISE OF LEASE OF 5000 YEARS OF PREMISES FORMERLY THE SITE OF THE LYON TO THE FEOFFEES OF THE TOWN LANDS, 1624 AND 1628

DB224/15-20
MISC DEEDS, A BOND 1635, LANDS AND MEADOW IN NEWPORT PAGNELL AND SHERINGTON 1648, MORTGAGE OF COTTAGES NEXT TO INN CALLED THE BEAR 1649, 3 MESSUAGES, ORCHARDS AND 3a LAND 1657, A BOND 1675,

DN245/1-11
BURGAGE IN THE HIGH STREET, NEXT TO THE COMMON BAKEHOUSE, INCLUDES TWO POTTER FAMILY MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS, AND A CLOSE CALLED “DAGLES” IN FYSHERS WEEKE, 1561-1632

DB254/3, 4 & 6
CONVEYANCE OF 3a OF MEADOW BY DEVISEES OF JOHN HADDON, AND MORTGAGE, 1780-1814

DB255/1
DEEDS RE CASE HEARD IN COURT OF CHANCERY BETWEEN WILLIAM CRIPPS ET AL PLAINTIFFS AND ASSIGNEES OF THOMAS ROGERS BANKRUPT, DEFENDANT

DB255/2
21ST NOVEMBER 1831 DEED OF CO-PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN GEORGE AND HENRY LUCAS AND WILLIAM POWELL, SOLICITORS

DB255/4
DEED OF ARRANGEMENT AND DECLARATION OF TRUST RESPECTING ON A SUM OF £3000

DB255/5
DEED OF SEPERATION OF WILLIAM AND SUSANNAH GOOSEY 1859

DB255/6
ASSIGNMENT OF A DEBT OF £9000

DB255/7-8
CHIROGRAPHS OF FINES

DB255/9
RELEASE OF DOWER IN TRUST FOR ELIZABETH WIFE OF CHARLES SMITH,
REFERS TO PREMISES IN THE HIGH STREET, 1808

DB255/15
ASSIGNMENT OF FEE SIMPLE AND INHERITANCE OF PREMISES IN THE HIGH STREET 1807, RECITES MORTGAGES AND SUBSEQUENT ASSIGNMENTS 1728–1807

DB256/1-16
WILL OF ROBERT WHITWORTH OF COLD BRAYFIELD, PROPERTY INCLUDES AN EXTENSIVE ESTATE IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, TRUSTEES PAPERS RE ESTATE INCLUDES SHARES IN KICKLES FARM.
TAYLOR FAMILY PAPERS INCLUDE CORRESPONDENCE RE DEEDS TO LOVAT BANK, AND CERTIFICATE 1900 FROM NEWPORT PAGNELL BURIAL BOARD CONFIRMING EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO BURIAL IN TAYLOR FAMILY VAULT IN BURIAL GROUND, 1827-1900,

DB257/1-10
PRINTED SALE PARTICULARS OF HOUSES IN ST JOHN STREET 1827, COTTAGES IN SILVER STREET, AND COTTAGES AND A CLOSE ON THE GREEN 1839, MALTING IN SILVER ST AND PUBLIC HOUSES 1862, HOUSES AND SHOPS IN HIGH STREET AND HOUSES IN NORTH END 1871,

MISCELLANEOUS

DB108/17
“TYBURN TICKET” IN FAVOUR OF ROBERT PEARSON
WITH RECEIPT FOR PURCHASE BY THOMAS KILPIN, 1757

DB116
POCKET LEDGERS’ OF JOSEPH ARROWSMITH, ATTORNEY, NEWPORT PAGNELL, TEN VOLUMES, 1791-1829. Not transcribed

DB251/14-27
PAPERS RE INVESTMENT OF WILLIAM FLEET, FARMER, 1920-40.

DB262
DEED OF PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN WILLIAM CHAPMAN AND WILLIAM HENRY CHAPMAN, DRAPERS, 1840