Land Valuation Survey 1910-1915

Before looking at these records it is recommended that you read
the introductory notes and learn how the survey was carried out

Parish,
ref no,
map,
TNA ref,
date inspected

Description,
land area,
interest of owner

Situation,
[present-day address]

Occupier

Owner

Particulars

Rent details Gross value,
rateable value
Former sales:
date,
price,
subsequent expenditure
Valuation details:
gross,
full site,
total, assessable
Deduction details (to arrive at assessable value)

Date of provisional valuation statement,
notes

Aldington
1
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
02/09/1912 

House, Buildings and Agricultural Land;
18a 1r 34p;
freehold. 

Aldington Manor Farm
[Aldington Manor, Village Street]
1911 census schedule 26&27 

A BUTLER & SONS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Brick, plaster and slate detached house in poor repair: 7 bedrooms, bathroom, water closet, nursery, lumber-room, hall, 3 reception rooms, kitchen, scullery, dairy, larder, pantry, cellar, workshop, water closet and coalhouse, conservatory. Stone and tile barns, brick and tile open feeding shed and stable, stone and tile stable and cowshed. Stone and tile hop rooms and large brick and tile pressing and store rooms, 3 pigstys. 

£220;
lease;
21 years;
29/09/1901;
rent is for whole farm, including land in Offenham parish. 

£129;
£118 10s. 

 

Includes 3.
£2280
£950
£2280
£950 

B = £1200.
T = £10;
F = £70;
O = £50;
S = £1330. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
2
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
19/07/1912 

House;
0a 0r 26p;
freehold. 

The Village
[The White House, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 15 

Ernest BUTLER  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Brick and tile house in very fair repair: 2 front rooms, kitchen, wash-house, cellar, water closet, tap, 4 bedrooms; wood and iron hovel. 

£0;
included in 1. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

£240
£20
£240
£20 

B = £215.
O = £5;
S = £220. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
3
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
25/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
20a 0r 7p;
freehold. 

Aldington Manor Farm
 

Alfred & Henry BELL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 1. 

£45;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£45;
£42 15s. 

 

Included in 1. 

 

 

Aldington
4
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
19/6/1912 & 19/7/1912 

Agricultural Land;
7a 1r 22p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway
 

Alfred & Henry BELL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

6 pasture fields, 3 pasture orchards, 2 fields of allotments; wood and iron sheds and fruit trees (see Aldington 1, page 30). Buildings let to Butler. Stone, brick and tile open shed, slate and tile open shed 3 bays, half-timber daub and tile barn, brick and thatch stable, brick and thatch open shed 4 bays, timber and thatch lambing pens 8 bays, wood and thatch shed. 

£25 17s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£25 5s;
£24. 

 

Includes 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 14, 42, 45, 49, 62 (total valuation acreage 87a 0r 28p).
£5660
£5090
£5630
£5060 

B = £140.
T = £10;
F = £330;
O = £90;
S = £570;
R = £30; public right of way. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
5
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
19/6/1912 & 19/7/1912 

Agricultural Land;
33a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway
 

Thomas BYRD Junior  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 4. 

£60;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£60;
£57. 

 

Included in 4. 

 

 

Aldington
6
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
19/6/1912 & 19/7/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 7p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway
 

Thomas BYRD Senior  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 4. 

£1 18s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£1 18s;
£1 17s. 

 

Included in 4. 

 

 

Aldington
7
(map A)
IR58/93290
17/02/1914 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 8p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding
 

Alfred BOSWELL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

2 arable fields, 2 pasture fields; 7 timber and iron sheds; willows along brook. 

£6 3s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

Includes 9, 10, 12, 17-23, 27, 28 (total valuation acreage 33a 0r 28p).
£2170
£2090
£2160
£2080 

B = £45.
O = £35;
S = £80;
R = £10; public right of way. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
8
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
21/12/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 11p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway - Middle Meadow
 

Alfred & Arthur BOSWELL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 4. 

£4 2s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£4 2s;
£3 18s. 

 

Included in 4. 

 

 

Aldington
9
(map A)
IR58/93290
19/06/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 30p;
freehold. 

Near The Siding
 

Arthur BOSWELL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£5 16s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

Included in 7. 

 

 

Aldington
10
(map A)
IR58/93290
23/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 30p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding
 

Joseph COLE  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£5 16s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

Included in 7. 

 

 

Aldington
11
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
22/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 20p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway
 

Jabez ENSTONE  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 4. 

£8 6s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£8 6s;
£7 18s. 

 

Included in 4. 

 

 

Aldington
12
(map A)
IR58/93290
19/06/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 30p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding
 

G H WALKER  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£5 18s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

Included in 7. 

 

 

Aldington
13
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
19/6/1912 & 19/7/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 31p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway - Byrd's Ground
 

Walter HARWOOD  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 4. 

£7 14s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£7 14s;
£7 7s. 

 

Included in 4. 

 

 

Aldington
14
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
09/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 3r 27p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway
 

Oliver HARWOOD  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 4. 

£10 4s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£10 4s;
£9 14s. 

 

Included in 4. 

 

 

Aldington
15
(map C&D)
IR58/93290
05/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
6a 2r 9p;
freehold. 

Green Sinehurst, near Badsey
 

JOHNS & SONS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Meadow: willows along brook and about 12 old pear trees. 

£20;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£20;
£19. 

 

£720
£665
£720
£665 

T = £10.
O = £45;
S = £55. 

29/07/1912; Reverend John LOPES; 178 High Street, Deritend, Birmingham; purchaser; sold for £720.

Aldington
16
(map D)
IR58/93290
03/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
4a 0r 33p;
freehold. 

Blackminster Lane
 

Alfred KERR (executors of J Poole in 1909 return) 

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Grass field let to A Kerr with Sewage Works excluded. 

£50;
agreement;
year;
September 29th;
includes 407. 

£10;
£9 10s. 

 

£300
£285
£275
£260 

O = £15;
S = £15;
R = £25; easement £20; right of way £5. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
17
(map A)
IR58/93290
03/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 2r 9p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding

Horace NEW

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£4 15s 0d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th.

£4 10s 0d;
£4 6s 0d;

 

Included in 7.

 

 

Aldington
18
(map A)
IR58/93290
03/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 2r 12p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding

Lot Henry NEW

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£4 15s 0d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th.

£4 10s 0d;
£4 6s 0d;

 

Included in 7.

 

 

Aldington
19
(map A)
IR58/93290
03/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 30p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding
 

Lot Henry & Horace NEW  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£5 10s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£5 10s;
£5 5s. 

 

Included in 7. 

 

 

Aldington
20
(map A)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 15p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding
 

Richard NEW  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£9 6s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£9;
£8 11s. 

 

Included in 7. 

 

 

Aldington
21
(map A)
IR58/93290
03/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 10p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding
 

Arthur NEW  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£5 9s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

Included in 7. 

 

 

Aldington
22
(map A)
IR58/93290
03/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
5a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding
 

R W NEW (Letitia Sophia New in 1909 return; described as late L S New in Field Book) 

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£13 14s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£13 14s;
£13 1s. 

 

Included in 7. 

 

 

Aldington
23
(map A)
IR58/93290
03/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 12p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding
 

Joseph NEW Junior  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£5 16s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£9 5s;
£8 16s. 

 

Included in 7. 

 

 

Aldington
24
(map C)
IR58/93290
03/09/1912 

House;
1a 0r 32p (24-25);
freehold. 

The Mill
[Mill House, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 24 

Jerry SHARP  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Brick and tile house, good repair, nearly new: 4 bedrooms, 2 front rooms, kitchen, back kitchen, wash-house, scullery, coalhouse, privy, tap. Brick, iron and slate mill: 3 pairs stones and steam engine, grist mill, dressing mill, smutter, oak kibbler, store room, stabling for 3, loft over. Cart shed, galvanised iron; 2 brick and tile pigstys. 

£56;
lease;
21 years;
29/09/1901;
includes 25, 26, 34. 

£15;
£12 15s. 

 

Includes 25.
£1020
£120
£1020
£120 

B = £700;
M = £200.
S = £900. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
25
(map C)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Mill;
1a 0r 32p (24-25);
freehold. 

The Mill
[Demolished 1930s]
1911 census schedule 25&25A 

Jerry SHARP  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 24. 

£0;
included in 24. 

£25;
£21. 

 

Included in 24. 

 

 

Aldington
26
(map C)
IR58/93290
03/09/1912 

Orchard;
2a 0r 20p;
freehold. 

Opposite the Manor House
 

Jerry SHARP  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Pasture orchard: old apples and pears. 

£0;
included in 24. 

£7;
£6 13s. 

 

£275
£240
£275
£240 

F = £25;
O = £10;
S = £35. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
27
(map A)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 36p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding
 

William STREETS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£5 19s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

Included in 7. 

 

 

Aldington
28
(map A)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
0a 3r 14p;
freehold. 

Between Faulk Mill Brook and Aldington Siding
 

Eustace SMITH  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 7. 

£2 10s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£2 10s;
£2 7s. 

 

Included in 7. 

 

 

Aldington
29
(map D)
IR58/93290
03/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
9a 0r 33p;
freehold. 

Corner Ground or Sinehurst, near Badsey
 

Frank THOULD  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: 28 rows of Pershores and Victorias belonging to landlord; wood and iron stabling, loft over; brick and tile shed, loft over. 

£36 10s;
lease;
17 years;
29/09/1901. 

£36 10s;
£34 14s. 

 

£1140
£990
£1140
£990 

B = £40.
F = £80;
O = £30;
S = £150. 

; Reverend John LOPES; 178 High Street, Deritend, Birmingham; purchaser; sold for £1100 (not including tenant's buildings).

Aldington
30
(map C)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 3p (30-34);
freehold. 

The Village
[Thatch Cottage, Village Street]
1911 census schedule 31 

Joseph ROUSE  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

2 very old brick and thatch cottages, now one: 2 bedrooms, 2 kitchens and pantries, coalhouse, privy, hovels; 4 brick and tile pigstys. 

£0;
included in 1. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Includes 31-34.
£360
£40
£360
£40 

B = £320.
S = £320. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
31
(map C)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 3p (30-34);
freehold. 

The Village
[Manor Cottage, Village Street]
1911 census schedule 29 

Jabez ENSTONE  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Brick and tile cottage, poor repair: 2 bedrooms, kitchen and back kitchen, pantry, tap; water closet between 2 houses; 1 wash-house between 3 houses. 

£4;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1901. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 30. 

 

 

Aldington
32
(map C)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 3p (30-34);
freehold. 

The Village
[Manor Cottage, Village Street]
1911 census schedule 30 

William GRIFFIN  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Same as 31. 

£0;
included in 1. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 30. 

 

 

Aldington
33
(map C)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 3p (30-34);
freehold. 

The Village
[Rose Cottage, Village Street]
1911 census schedule 28 

Alfred BELL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Brick and tile cottage: 3 bedrooms, boxroom, living-room, kitchen and back kitchen, pantry; privy, tap, coalhouse.  

£0;
included in 1. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 30. 

 

 

Aldington
34
(map C)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 3p (30-34);
freehold. 

The Village
[Mill Cottage, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 25 

Jerry SHARP  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given. 

£0;
included in 24. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 30. 

 

 

Aldington
35
(map C)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 11p (35-37);
freehold. 

The Village
[Corner Cottage, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 18 

William STEWART  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Row of 3 brick, stone and tile cottages in poor repair, each containing: 2 bedrooms, living-room, pantry; wash-house for 3, 3 taps, 2 privies for 3; wood and iron stable and coach house. 

£4;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Includes 36, 37.
£280
£40
£280
£40 

B = £240.
S = £240. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
36
(map C)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 11p (35-37);
freehold. 

The Village
[Corner Cottage, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 16 

Henry BELL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Same as 35. 

£4;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 35. 

 

 

Aldington
37
(map C)
IR58/93290
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 11p (35-37);
freehold. 

The Village
[Corner Cottage, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 17 

Sarah BELL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Same as 35. 

£0;
agreement;
year;
September 29th;
no rent amount given. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 35. 

 

 

Aldington
38
(map C)
IR58/93290
19/06/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 30p (38-39);
freehold. 

The Village
[Elm Cottage, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 14 

John WESTBURY  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Brick and tile semi-detached cottage, poor repair: 2 bedrooms, kitchen, pantry and back kitchen, tap and privy, pigsty and hovel. 

£5;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Includes 39.
£150
£20
£150
£20 

B = £125.
O = £5;
S = £130. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
39
(map C)
IR58/93290
06/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 30p (38-39);
freehold. 

The Village
[Elm Cottage, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 13 

John JELFS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Brick and tile semi-detached cottage, poor repair: 2 bedrooms, kitchen, back kitchen, and pantry, tap and privy; timber and iron shed, brick and tile pigsty. 

£4;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 38. 

 

 

Aldington
40
(map C)
IR58/93290
17/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 8p (40-41);
freehold. 

The Village
[Demolished c1920, on site of Middlebank, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 12 

Herbert HINDS (void by the time of Field Book Inspection) 

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Brick and tile semi-detached cottage in poor repair: 2 bedrooms, kitchen, pantry and back kitchen, tap and privy. 

£0;
included in 1. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Includes 41.
£165
£30
£165
£30 

B = £125.
T = £5.
O = £5;
S = £135. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
41
(map C)
IR58/93290
05/06/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 8p (40-41);
freehold. 

The Village
[Demolished c1920, on site of Middlebank, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 11 

George HARWOOD  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Brick and tile semi-detached cottage in poor repair: 2 bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, back kitchen, tap water and privy; timber and iron stable and shed put up by tenant; 3 elms. 

£4;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 40. 

 

 

Aldington
42
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
05/06/1912 

Agricultural Land;
7a 1r 22p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway
 

Alfred & Henry BELL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 4. 

£25 7s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£26;
£24 14s. 

 

Included in 4. 

 

 

Aldington
43
(map D)
IR58/93290
05/06/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 10p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road, near Badsey - First Packs Ground
 

Thomas J SEARS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: wood and iron shed and frames. 

£7 16s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£7 5s;
£6 18s. 

 

Includes 60 (total valuation acreage 4a 2r 4p).
£412
£387
£408
£383 

B = £23.
O = £2;
S = £25;
R = £4; easement. 

29/07/1912 amended 1914; F J SEARS; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £340 (not including buildings).

Aldington
44
(map D)
IR58/93290
23/05/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road, near Badsey - First Packs Ground
 

G H CHURCHILL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: 2 wood and iron sheds, glasshouse on brick foundation. 

£6 19s 10d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£6 10s;
£6 4s. 

 

£218
£190
£216
£188 

B = £26.
O = £2;
S = £28;
R = £2. 

29/07/1912; G H CHURCHILL; Badsey; Purchaser; sold for £190 (not tenant's buildings).

Aldington
45
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
04/12/1911 

Agricultural Land;
1a 2r 19p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway
 

Jabez ENSTONE  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 4. 

£6 1s 4d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£5 15s;
£1 2s. 

 

Included in 4. 

 

 

Aldington
46
(map A-D)
IR58/93290
04/12/1911 

Agricultural Land;
1a 2r 20p;
freehold. 

First Hanging Ground
 

James FIELD  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: 3 wood and iron sheds, Pershores, Victorias and apples. 

£6 3s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

Includes 48, 51, 55, 56, 61 (14a 1r 4p).
£835
£765
£835
£765 

B = £10.
F = £15;
O = £45;
S = £70. 

28/02/1913.

Aldington
47
(map D)
IR58/93290
02/12/1911 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 33p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road, near Badsey - First Packs Ground
 

A W GEDEN  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: wood and iron shed, glasshouse on brick foundation. 

£8 5s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£7 15s;
£7 7s. 

 

Includes 57 (4a 1r 21p).
£380
£339
£380
£339 

B = £35.
O = £6;
S = £41. 

29/07/1912; A W GEDEN; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £345 (not including buildings).

Aldington
48
(map A-D)
IR58/93290
02/12/1911 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 31p;
freehold. 

First Hanging Ground
 

Walter HARWOOD  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 46. 

£7 6s 10d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£7;
£6 13s. 

 

Included in 46. 

 

 

Aldington
49
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
02/12/1911 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 3p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway
 

Walter HARWOOD  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 4. 

£11 6s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£10 10s;
£10. 

 

Included in 4. 

 

 

Aldington
50
(map C&D)
IR58/93290
02/12/1911 

Agricultural Land;
16a 2r 19p;
freehold. 

First Hanging Ground
 

JOHNS & SONS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: 6 rows of Pershores planted by tenant, timber and iron shed. 

£51 1s 4d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£48;
£45 12s. 

 

£1235
£1185
£1225
£1175 

B = £5.
F = £20;
O = £25;
S = £50;
R = £10; easement. 

29/07/1912; H J JOHNS; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £1200.

Aldington
51
(map A-D)
IR58/93290
02/12/1911 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 15p;
freehold. 

First Hanging Ground
 

John JELFS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 46. 

£8 17s 2d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£8;
£7 12s. 

 

Included in 46. 

 

 

Aldington
52
(map D)
IR58/93290
02/12/1911 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 32p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road, near Badsey - Second Packs Ground
 

William KEEN  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: 7 rows of Pershores belonging to landlord. 

£5 6s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£5;
£4 15s. 

 

£141
£119
£140
£118 

F = £20;
O = £2;
S = £22;
R = £1; easement. 

29/07/1912; W KEEN; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £140.

Aldington
53
(map D)
IR58/93290
02/12/1911 

Agricultural Land;
2a 3r 36p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road, near Badsey - Second Packs Ground
 

A & E PORTER (executors of J Porter in 1909 return) 

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: 5 rows of Pershores, wood and iron shed. 

£29 9s 6d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£27;
£25 13s. 

 

£272
£252
£270
£250 

B = £5.
F = £10;
O = £5;
S = £20;
R = £2; easement (right of road). 

29/07/1912; E J PORTER; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £255.

Aldington
54
(map B&D)
IR58/93290
05/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
6a 2r 8p;
freehold. 

Second Packs Ground and Black Banks
 

Joseph ROBBINS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: 6 rows of trees, 2 wood and iron sheds, 3 elms. 

£14 3s 6d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£13;
£12 7s. 

 

£530
£450
£530
£450 

B = £5.
T = £5;
F = £25;
O = £45;
S = £80. 

29/07/1912; Thomas COX; Solicitors, Evesham; purchaser; sold for £500 (including fruit trees).

Aldington
55
(map A-D)
IR58/93290
09/05/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 0r 34p;
freehold. 

First Hanging Ground
 

J SHARP  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 46. 

£4 10s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£4 5s;
£4. 

 

Included in 46. 

 

 

Aldington
56
(map A-D)
IR58/93290
13/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 17p;
freehold. 

First Hanging Ground
 

William STEWART  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 46. 

£6 19s 4d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£6 10s;
£6 4s. 

 

Included in 46. 

 

 

Aldington
57
(map D)
IR58/93290
21/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 18p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road, near Badsey - First Packs Ground
 

A W GEDEN (Frederick Stewart in 1909 return) 

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 47. 

£7 18s 6d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£7;
£6 13s. 

 

Included in 47. 

 

 

Aldington
58
(map D)
IR58/93290
21/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
0a 3r 32p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road, near Badsey - Second Packs Ground and part of Black Banks (part Ord No 8)
 

Benjamin SEARS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: no buildings. 

£5 14s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£3 10s;
£3 7s. 

 

£56
£56
£55
£55 

R = £1; easement. 

29/07/1912; George BYRD; Greenhill, Evesham; purchaser; sold for £55; £40.

Aldington
59
(map D)
IR58/93290
21/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 11p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road, near Badsey - Second Packs Ground
 

Frederick SEARS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: wood and iron shed, 6 rows of apples (tenants). 

£4 15s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£4 10s;
£4 5s. 

 

£134
£104
£133
£103 

B = £3.
F = £25;
O = £2;
S = £30;
R = £1; easement. 

29/07/1912; F SEARS; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £108.

Aldington
60
(map D)
IR58/93290
21/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 14p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road, near Badsey - First Packs Ground
 

T J SEARS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 43. 

£7 6s 2d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£7;
£6 13s. 

 

Included in 43. 

 

 

Aldington
61
(map A-D)
IR58/93290
21/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 25p;
freehold. 

First Hanging Ground
 

John WESTBURY  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 46. 

£8 2s;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£7 10s;
£7 2s. 

 

Included in 46. 

 

 

Aldington
62
(map A-C)
IR58/93290
21/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 0r 20p;
freehold. 

Between Aldington Village and the Great Western Railway
 

James WASLEY  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Aldington 4. 

£4 4s 4d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£4;
£3 16s. 

 

Included in 4. 

 

 

Aldington
63
(map D)
IR58/93290
21/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 23p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road, near Badsey - First Packs Ground
 

W R WILKINS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Agricultural land: wood and iron shed, easement of sewer. 

£8 15s 8d;
agreement;
year;
September 29th. 

£8;
£7 12s. 

 

£201
£193
£189
£181 

B = £4.
O = £4;
S = £8;
R = £12; easement. 

29/07/1912; W R WILKINS; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £185 (not including tenant's building).

Aldington
64
(map D)
IR58/93290
24/10/1912 

Orchard;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Near Badsey Village
 

Fanny FORTUNE  

George ATTWOOD Senior,
168 Ash Bank, Northfield, Birmingham 

Pasture orchard: 3 wood and iron sheds of no value and open shed, few old pear trees. Building value. 

£40;
agreement;
year;
Christmas;
includes 216. 

£12;
£11 8s. 

 

£480
£430
£480
£430 

F = £32;
O = £18;
S = £50. 

29/07/1912.

Aldington
65
(map C)
IR58/93290
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 14p;
freehold. 

Horsebridge Hill
 

W H THOMAS  

William KNIGHT ,
Hazelville, Bengeworth (W H Thomas in the Field Book) 

Agricultural land: apples, Victorias and Pershores, timber and iron shed and 2 pigstys. 

£6. 

£5 10s;
£5 5s. 

29/09/1908; £400; £25. 

£400
£350
£400
£350 

B = £20.
F = £25;
O = £5;
S = £50. 

29/07/1912; W H THOMAS; Bengeworth Fields, Evesham; purchaser; sold for £400.

Aldington
66
(map C)
IR58/93290
24/10/1912 

House;
0a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Briarlea
[Briarlea Residential Home, Badsey Road]
1911 census schedule 1 

Frank G BRODIE  

W A FISHER,
Westfield, Greenhill, Evesham 

Brick and tile detached house in good repair: 5 bedrooms, dressing room, bathroom and water closet, hot and cold water, housemaid's sink, hall, dining room (bay window), drawing room (bay window), study (bay window), scullery, larder, pantry, kitchen, back kitchen, water closet; coal and wood house, storeroom, timber and iron bicycle shed, brick and tile motor house in course of erection. 

£45;
lease;
March 1908 to 1911. 

£40;
£34. 

1906; £725. 

£800
£100
£800
£100 

B = £690.
F = £7;
O = £3;
S = £700. 

29/07/1912.

Aldington
67
(map )
IR58/93290
24/10/1912 

Line of Railway. 

Line of Railway
 

A R H SAUNDERS  

Great Western Railway Company ,
 

None given. 

£0;
not applicable. 

£0;
£0;
not applicable. 

 

Not applicable. 

 

 

Aldington
68
(map )
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Agricultural Land. 

Line of Railway
 

Henry LEACH  

Great Western Railway Company ,
 

None given. 

£0;
not applicable. 

£0;
£0;
not applicable. 

 

Not applicable. 

 

 

Aldington
69
(map A)
IR58/93290
18/02/1913 

House, Buildings and Agricultural Land;
14a 0r 0p;
lease of 4000 years commencing in reign of queen elizabeth. 

Offenham Road - Aldington Lodge
[Aldington Lodge, Offenham Road]
1911 census schedule 3 

Misses HORSMAN  

M & T S HORSMAN,
Aldington Lodge (Miss Horsman); Peachley, Worcester (T S Horsman Esq) 

Small country residence with stabling, shrubbery and garden: pasture field, pasture orchard and two fields let off for market gardens. Brick and slate house: plastered and painted porch and entrance hall, 3 reception rooms, kitchen and outoffices. 1st Floor: 4 bedrooms and store room. 2nd floor: 2 bedrooms, side entrance to front and back, kitchen, laundry, boot house and water closet in small paved yard. Detached buildings: brick and tile coach house, loose box, 2 stalls, saddle room, 2 grooms' rooms, brick and tile coal and wood house. Orchard: mixed apples and cherries. One market garden cherries and the other plums. 

£70;
lease;
4000 years;
reign of Queen Elizabeth. 

£70;
£62 10s. 

 

Includes 796.
£3090
£1980
£3090
£1980 

B = £800.
T = £5;
F = £255;
O = £50;
S = £1110. 

31/05/1912.

Aldington
70
(map A)
IR58/93290
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
16a 2r 16p;
glebe. 

Adjoining Faulk Mill
 

Frank BOSWELL  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Agricultural land: fruit trees, apples, Pershores, Prolifics, Victorias; 3 wood and iron sheds. 

£56. 

£50;
£47 10s. 

 

£1325
£1095
£1305
£1075 

B = £105.
F = £100;
O = £25;
S = £230;
R = £20; easement £10; right of way £10 (alleged footpath and alleged right of way to Faulk Mill). 

29/07/1912.

Aldington
71
(map D)
IR58/93290
17/02/1913 

Old Schools;
0a 0r 16p;
freehold. 

Old Schools near Badsey Village
[The Royal British Legion]
1911 census schedule 36A 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK (trustees, the Vicar and Churchwardens of Wickhamford) 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Brick and tile schools, poor repair: 2 classrooms and porch, brick wall in front. 

£4 5s;
agreement. 

£5;
£4 5s. 

 

£395
£25
£395
£25 

B = £370.
S = £370. 

21/04/1914.

Aldington
72
(map A)
IR58/93290
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
12a 2r 28p;
freehold. 

Rocks Ground and Meadow
 

B A HOWARD (J Careless in 1909 return) 

Frederick HAINES,
Greenhill, Evesham 

Agricultural land and meadow: 7 rows of Pershores and Prolifics, wood and iron shed, 4 elms. 

£38 3s 6d;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1909. 

£33 5s;
£31 12s. 

15/08/06 Rocks Ground & 10/12/06 Rocks Meadow; £555 & £105 respectively. 

£895
£825
£895
£825 

B = £20.
T = £4;
F = £9;
O = £37;
S = £70. 

29/07/1912.

Aldington
73
(map C)
IR58/93290
29/06/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Cooks Corner
 

Henry JINKS  

Henry JINKS,
Badsey 

Agricultural land: fully planted with fruit trees (Pershores, Prolifics and damsons). 

£5. 

£4 10s;
£4 5s. 

04/07/1905; £340. 

£180
£155
£180
£155 

F = £18;
O = £7;
S = £25. 

29/07/1912.

Aldington
74
(map C)
IR58/93290
22/07/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (74-78);
freehold. 

Aldington Village
[Sherwood Cottage, Village Street]
1911 census schedule 36 

John BYRD  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Stone brick and tile cottage: 4 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen, back kitchen and pantry. 

£11;
7/14/21 years. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

 

Includes 75-78.
£540
£40
£540
£40 

B = £500.
S = £500. 

14/10/1912.

Aldington
75
(map C)
IR58/93290
18/02/1913 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (74-78);
freehold. 

Aldington Village
[Stone Cottage, Village Street]
1911 census schedule 35 

Alice HEATH  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Stone and tile in poor repair: 2 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and pantry. 

£5 14s;
half year. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 74. 

 

 

Aldington
76
(map C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (74-78);
freehold. 

Aldington Village
[The Dovecote, Village Street]
1911 census schedule 34 

Charles BALLARD  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Stone and tile in poor repair: 2 large bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and pantry, outside wash-house and water closet. 

£5 14s;
half year. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 74. 

 

 

Aldington
77
(map C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (74-78);
freehold. 

Aldington Village
[The Old House, Village Street]
1911 census schedule 33 

John HOWELL  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Brick and tile cottage, fair repair, one end fairly new: 4 bedrooms, living-room and back kitchen, tap, 1 water closet between 2. 

£8;
half year. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 74. 

 

 

Aldington
78
(map C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (74-78);
freehold. 

Aldington Village
[The Old House, Village Street]
1911 census schedule 32 

Frederick HALL  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Same as 77. 

£8;
half year. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 74. 

 

 

Aldington
79
(map C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Buildings;
10a 1r 3p;
freehold. 

Sherwoods Farm
 

John BYRD  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Buildings: old wood and thatch shed, old timber iron and thatch barn on brick foundation, galvanised iron shed adjacent, 2 galvinised iron pigstys, galvinised iron open shed; brick, stone and tile slaughter house and fasting shed; brick and tile sheds used as pigstys. 3 pasture orchard with brick and tile shelter shed and 2 wood and iron sheds; fully planted apples and pears. 

£46;
7/14/21 years;
29/09/1908. 

£42 2s;
£39 3s. 

 

£1100
£800
£1100
£800 

B = £200.
F = £100.
S = £300. 

14/10/1912.

Aldington
80
(map C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
4a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Horsebridge Hill - Sherwoods Farm
 

Lionel E HORNE  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Heavy land used as arable fruit plantation. 

£12 16s;
half year. 

£12 12s;
£10 1s. 

 

Includes 81, 82.
£1590
£1200
£1590
£1200 

B = £30.
F = £320;
O = £40;
S = £390. 

14/10/1912.

Aldington
81
(map C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Horsebridge Hill - Sherwoods Farm
 

John BYRD  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 80. 

£6 10s;
half year. 

£6 10s;
£5 5s. 

 

Included in 80. 

 

 

Aldington
82
(map C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Horsebridge Hill - Sherwoods Farm
 

James BARNARD (also E Dore, E Butler, A Heath) 

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 80. 

£11 12s 9d;
half year. 

£11 9s;
£10 10s. 

 

Included in 80. 

 

 

Aldington
83
(map C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Parish Room;
85 sq yds;
freehold. 

Parish Room
[The Old Chapel, Chapel Lane]
1911 census schedule 23A 

Thomas BYRD Junior  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Brick and tile, one room. 

£0;
not applicable. 

£2;
£1 10s. 

 

£120
£5
£120
£5 

B = £115.
S = £115. 

14/10/1912.

Aldington
84
(map A&C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

House, Buildings and Agricultural Land;
4a 1r 38p (84-88);
freehold. 

Ivy House
[Ivy House, site of The Hop Gardens]
1911 census schedule 19 

Thomas BYRD Junior  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington (the 1909 return gave Thomas Byrd Senior as the owner, but he appears to have passed the house to his son) 

Brick, tile and slate, in good repair: 2 attics, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, hot and cold water, hall, 2 reception rooms, kitchen, back kitchen, scullery and larder, cellar, coalhouse and boothole, glass covered passage at back, 2 large greenhouses, wood and iron stable, cart shed, fowl house, cowshed for 6, 6 wood and iron pigstys, large greenhouse. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£60;
£42 15s. 

 

Includes 85-88.
£1360
£325
£1360
£325 

B = £915.
F = £100;
O = £20;
S = £1035. 

14/10/1912.

Aldington
85
(map A&C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Cottage;
4a 1r 38p (84-88);
freehold. 

Next to Ivy House
[Ivy Cottage, Chapel Lane]
1911 census schedule 20 

David WASLEY  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

Brick and tile, in good repair: 2 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen, water closet and coalhouse. 

£6. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 84. 

 

 

Aldington
86
(map A&C)
IR58/93290
18/02/1913 

Cottage;
4a 1r 38p (84-88);
freehold. 

Near Ivy House
[Ivy Cottage, Chapel Lane]
1911 census schedule 21 

Thomas BYRD Senior  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

Brick and tile, in good repair: 3 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen, water closet and coalhouse. 

£0;
pays no rent. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 84. 

 

 

Aldington
87
(map A&C)
IR58/93290
09/02/1913 

Cottage;
4a 1r 38p (84-88);
freehold. 

Aldington
[Chapel Cottages, Chapel Lane]
1911 census schedule 22 

John BYRD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

Brick and tile cottage, very fair repair: 3 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and back kitchen, 1 water closet between 2. Brick, wood and tile stabling and cartshed. 

£10. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 84. 

 

 

Aldington
88
(map A&C)
IR58/93290
18/02/1913 

Cottage;
4a 1r 38p (84-88);
freehold. 

Aldington
[Chapel Cottages, Chapel Lane]
1911 census schedule 23 

James FIELD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

Brick and tile cottage, very fair repair: 3 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and back kitchen, 1 water closet between 2. Brick, wood and tile stable and cartshed. 

£6. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 84. 

 

 

Aldington
89
(map C)
IR58/93290
18/02/1913 

Cottage;
1a 0r 6p (89-91);
freehold. 

Aldington
[Half Acre 1, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 8 

W H LIDSEY  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Pair of brick and slate cottages: 2 bedrooms, kitchen, back kitchen and pantry, 1 brick and slate wash-house for 4, 1 tap for 4, 2 water closets for 4, 2 wood and iron hovels, brick and tile pigsty. 

£7. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Includes 89, 90.
£500
£100
£500
£100 

B = £400.
S = £400. 

14/10/1912.

Aldington
90
(map C)
IR58/93290
18/02/1913 

Cottage;
1a 0r 6p (89-91);
freehold. 

Aldington
[Half Acre 2, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 9 

Richard HALL  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

2 bedrooms, kitchen, back kitchen and pantry. See 89. 

£4. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 89. 

 

 

Aldington
91
(map C)
IR58/93290
09/02/1913 

Cottage;
1a 0r 6p (89-91);
freehold. 

Aldington
[Lokos, Main Street]
1911 census schedule 10 

Oliver HARWOOD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

2 cottages in one, brick and slate: 4 bedrooms and 4 down; hovel and pigsty. See 89. 

£13. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

Included in 89. 

 

 

Aldington
92
(map C)
IR58/93290
09/02/1913 

Cottage;
0a 1r 13p;
freehold. 

Near Aldington Siding
[Toll Gate House, Siding Road]
1911 census schedule 7 

Samuel MOORE  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Old brick and tile cottage with ground floor below the level of the road, bedroom floor is on same level as road: 4 bedrooms (one through other), internal north, east and west walls damp, sitting-room, board floor, living-room, kitchen and wood store, stone floors, scullery with furnace, sitting-room with kitchen range. Pump and well, short of water; brick and tile earth closet. 

£10. 

£8;
£6 5s. 

 

£160
£30
£160
£30 

B = £130.
S = £130. 

30/01/1912; sold by auction 4/12/1911 for £160.

Aldington
93
(map A&C)
IR58/93290
18/02/1913 

House, Buildings and Agricultural Land;
12a 2r 17p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Road near Aldington Siding
[Upper Dene, Offenham Road]
1911 census schedule 2 

Thomas HALE  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Heavy land, has been very lucky with fruit, mostly plums; part fully planted, remainder large trees in wide rows. Well-made road from house to main road is included. Brick and slate house about 30 years old not too well built, 2 front sitting-rooms, board floors (1 small), with cellar, larder under, pantry and kitchen stone floor, 4 bedrooms and boxroom, brick and slate earth closet, rain and spring water pumps. Brick and tile furnace, stable and loft over, brick and tile pigstys, old wood and iron shedding (tenants). 

£92;
year. 

£0;
£0;
not given. 

 

£1705
£1060
£1705
£1060 

B = £365.
F = £280.
S = £645. 

30/01/1912; sold by auction 4/12/1911 for £1060.

Aldington
94
(map A&C)
IR58/93290
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side)
 

Edwin BALLARD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Heavy arable land used for market gardening and fruit plantation. 

£16 19s;
year;
includes 1093. 

£16 16s;
£16. 

 

Includes 95-97, 105, 108-110, 117, 120, 122 (total valuation acreage 34a 3r 11p).
£3560
£3110
£3550
£3100 

B = £50.
F = £360;
O = £40;
S = £450;
R = £10; public right of way. 

14/10/1912.

Aldington
95
(map A&C)
IR58/93290
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side)
 

T BEDENHAM Junior  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 94. 

£4 5s 2d;
year. 

£4 5s;
£4. 

 

Included in 94. 

 

 

Aldington
96
(map A&C)
IR58/93290
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
6a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side) - Offenham Road
 

John CLEMENTS  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

Original notes see Webb No 7 [not available]. 4 acres as sold by auction 4th December 1911 (see No 1085). 

£25 7s 6d;
year. 

£25;
£23 15s. 

 

Included in 94. 

 

 

Aldington
97
(map A&C)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side)
 

Geoge COOK  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 94. 

£7 15s;
year. 

£7 7s;
£7. 

 

Included in 94. 

 

 

Aldington
98
(map A)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
5a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

H J FIELD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Heavy arable land used for market gardening and fruit plantation. 

£16 16s;
year. 

£16 16s;
£16. 

 

Includes 99-101, 103, 106, 107, 112-115, 118, 121 (total valuation acreage 33a 3r 8p).
£3310
£2380
£3310
£2380 

B = £45.
F = £815;
O = £70;
S = £930. 

14/10/1912.

Aldington
99
(map A)
IR58/93290
19/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

Raymond FIELD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£3 11s 4d;
year. 

£3 10s;
£3 7s. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
100
(map A)
IR58/93290
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
5a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

G H WALKER  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£17 5s;
year. 

£17;
£16 3s. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
101
(map A)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

William PENDER  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£6;
year. 

£6;
£5 5s. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
102
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
9a 3r 11p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Road near Aldington Siding
 

James GLADWIN  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Agricultural land adjoining road from Evesham to Offenham: gravelly near road but heavy at back, used for market garden and fruit plantation. Old wood and iron shed and stable; large wood and iron shed painted; 2 rough packing sheds and pigstys. 

£38 10s;
year. 

£38;
£36 2s. 

 

£1370
£1040
£1370
£1040 

B = £60.
F = £270.
S = £330. 

30/01/1912; sold by auction 4/12/1911 for £1040.

Aldington
103
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
4a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

Harry FIELD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£12 15s;
year. 

£12;
£11 8s. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
104
(map A)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 27p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road
 

Oliver HARWOOD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Agricultural land, heavy near road from Aldington to Aldington Siding: used for market gardening and fruit plantation; old wood and thatch shed. 

£10 18s 10d. 

£8;
£7 12s. 

 

£354
£220
£354
£220 

B = £4.
F = £130.
S = £134. 

30/01/1912; sold by auction 4/12/1911 for £220.

Aldington
105
(map A&C)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side)
 

Mrs Alice HEATH  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 94. 

£6 18s;
year. 

£6 12s;
£6 5s. 

 

Included in 94. 

 

 

Aldington
106
(map A)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

John BYRD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£9;
year. 

£9;
£8 11s. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
107
(map A)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

John JELFS  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£2 8s 2d;
year. 

£2 8s;
£2 6s. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
108
(map A&C)
IR58/93291
15/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side)
 

B A HOWARD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 94. 

£25;
year. 

£25;
£23 15s. 

 

Included in 94. 

 

 

Aldington
109
(map A&C)
IR58/93291
15/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side)
 

Geoge HUNT  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 94. 

£6 15s;
year. 

£6 6s;
£6. 

 

Included in 94. 

 

 

Aldington
110
(map A&C)
IR58/93291
15/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side)
 

Charles JONES  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 94. 

£7 15s 4d;
year. 

£7 7s;
£6. 

 

Included in 94. 

 

 

Aldington
111
(map A)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 38p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Road near Aldington Siding
 

George LANGSTONE (Langstone in 1909 return, Langston in Field Book) 

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Land fronting Evesham to Offenham Road, gravelly in front but heavier at back, used for market garden and fruit plantation; small wood and iron shed. 

£8 11s;
year. 

£8 8s;
£8. 

 

£362
£280
£362
£280 

B = £7.
F = £75.
S = £82. 

30/01/1912; 04/12/1911 sold at auction £280.

Aldington
112
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
0a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

George MARLOW  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£2 16s;
year. 

£2 2s;
£2. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
113
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

Samuel MOORE  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£10 14s;
year. 

£9 9s;
£9. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
114
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

George PENSON  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£6;
year. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
115
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

Frederick STEWART  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£4 4s;
year. 

£3 13s;
£3 10s. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
116
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 2r 28p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road
 

T CURNOCK  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Land, fronting Aldington Road, heavy, partly used as market garden and part as fruit plantation; some apples; wood and iron cart shed, stable and pack shed, small hand frame and wood and iron closet. 

£12 18s 6d;
year. 

£12 12s;
£12. 

 

£448
£290
£448
£290 

B = £18.
F = £140.
S = £158. 

30/01/1912; sold by auction 4/12/1911 for £290.

Aldington
117
(map A&C)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side)
 

George TAYLOR  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 94. 

£6 7s 6d;
year. 

£6 6s;
£6. 

 

Included in 94. 

 

 

Aldington
118
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

Joseph WALKER  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£3 9s 4d;
year. 

£3 8s;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
119
(map A)
IR58/93291
11/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 1r 15p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road
 

George WITTS  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Heavy land used for market gardening and fruit plantation; small wood and shed and pigsty. 

£11 7s 6d;
year. 

£11 1s;
£10 10s. 

 

£226
£200
£226
£200 

B = £20.
F = £6.
S = £26. 

30/01/1912; sold by auction 4/12/1911 for £200.

Aldington
120
(map A&C)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side)
 

Henry MITCHELL  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 94. 

£6 15s;
year. 

£10;
£9 10s. 

 

Included in 94. 

 

 

Aldington
121
(map A)
IR58/93291
15/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (north side)
 

James FIELD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 98. 

£10 10s 4d;
year. 

£10;
£9 10s. 

 

Included in 98. 

 

 

Aldington
122
(map A&C)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Aldington to Aldington Siding Road (south side)
 

Frederick HALL  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

None given - see Aldington 94. 

£10 6s 6d;
year. 

£10;
£9 10s. 

 

Included in 94. 

 

 

Aldington
123
(map C)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
9a 2r 23p;
freehold. 

Aldington Furrows
 

George COOK (also Walter Harwood, Oliver Harwood, F J Martin, J Enstone, E Ballard, Joseph Gray, George Witts, Sarah Bell, Joseph Gray, Alfred Clements, H Jinks, W H Thomas) 

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford 

Agricultural land, planted with Pershores and apples; 3 wood and iron sheds; public footpath. 

£28 18s 4d;
year;
various dates. 

£26 10s;
£25 3s. 

 

£1410
£1300
£1390
£1280 

B = £25.
F = £65;
O = £20;
S = £110;
R = £20; public right of way (alleged footpath). 

29/07/1912.

Aldington
124
(map C)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

W R WILKINS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Arable field used for market gardens; few fruit trees at upper side. 

£27 6s 4d;
year;
includes 125; agreements with all except B Sears and part of A Dore's. 

£14 14s;
£14. 

 

Includes 125-141, 182-186.
£3750
£3485
£3715
£3450 

B = £170.
F = £60;
O = £35;
S = £265;
R = £35; public right of way. 

30/01/1913.

Aldington
125
(map C)
IR58/93291
12/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

William J STANFORD  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 124. 

£4 16s;
£4 12s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
126
(map C)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

John HOWELL  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 134. 

£6 15s;
£6 8s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
127
(map C)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

John SEARS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 134. 

£4 5s;
£4 1s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
128
(map C)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
4a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

Augustine DORE  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 131. 

£16 5s;
£15 10s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
129
(map C)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

Thomas SEARS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£25 12s 10d;
year;
includes 140, 141; agreements with all except William Stuart Senior and William Collett. 

£9;
£8 11s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
130
(map C)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

W R WILKINS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 131. 

£7 10s;
£7 8s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
131
(map C)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

John CRANE  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£40 19s;
year;
includes 128, 130. 

£9 10s;
£9. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
132
(map C)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

James BARNARD  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 131. 

£6 10s;
£6 4s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
133
(map C)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

Benjamin SEARS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 131. 

£14 10s;
£13 16s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
134
(map C)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

Jospeh JOHNS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£33 8s 2d;
year;
includes 126, 127, 137. 

£14;
£13 6s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
135
(map C)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
4a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

G B H ROBERTS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 136. 

£15;
£14 5s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
136
(map C)
IR58/93291
12/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

Richard KEEN  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£39 8s 6d;
year;
includes 135, 138, 139. 

£7 15s;
£6 18s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
137
(map C)
IR58/93291
12/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

Charles KEYTE  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 134. 

£5;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
138
(map C)
IR58/93291
12/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

B A HOWARD  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 136. 

£9;
£8 11s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
139
(map C)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

Joseph WALKER  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 136. 

£7;
£6 13s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
140
(map C)
IR58/93291
11/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

William COLLETT  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 129. 

£5;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
141
(map C)
IR58/93291
11/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

William STEWART  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£0;
included in 129. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
142
(map A)
IR58/93291
11/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
4a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

D G PHIPPS  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

Agricultural land: see Aldington Note Book No 1, page 21, 22, 23 and 25 [not available]. 

£7;
agreement;
year;
29/9/1907 & 29/9/1908;
includes 154. 

£12;
£11 8s. 

 

Includes 143-164.
£4150
£3740
£4060
£3650 

B = £105.
F = £255;
O = £50;
S = £410;
R = £90; easement £53 (farm rent payable out of the estate); right of way £30 (alleged footpath to The Parks). 

29/07/1912; passed for Estate Duty as sold £3765.

Aldington
143
(map A)
IR58/93291
11/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Walter ANDREWS  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 151. 

£4 17s;
£4 12s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
144
(map A)
IR58/93291
12/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

H PICKERING  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£42 17s;
part let under agreement;
year;
includes 145, 150, 164. 

£7 15s;
£7 8s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
145
(map A)
IR58/93291
11/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Richard W NEW  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 144. 

£8;
£7 12s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
146
(map A)
IR58/93291
23/04/1912 

Agricultural Land;
4a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Mrs Letitia Sophia NEW  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£21 7s 4d;
part let under agreement;
year;
includes 149, 159, 160. 

£11 8s;
£11 7s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
147
(map A)
IR58/93291
23/05/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

George GRIFFIN  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 161. 

£3;
£2 17s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
148
(map A)
IR58/93291
15/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

George BEESLEY  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 144 & 156. 

£11 15s;
£11 4s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
149
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

H HOLBOROUGH  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 146. 

£2 7s;
£2 5s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
150
(map A)
IR58/93291
13/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Allen O NEW  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 144. 

£11 2s;
£10 12s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
151
(map A)
IR58/93291
13/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Noah HUGHES  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£30 14s;
part let under agreement;
year;
includes 143, 152, 153. 

£7;
£6 12s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
152
(map A)
IR58/93291
19/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Thomas PICKERING  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 151. 

£7;
£6 13s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
153
(map A)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Ernest ANDREWS  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 151. 

£11 10s;
£10 8s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
154
(map A)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
1a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Charles MARTIN  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 142. 

£5;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
155
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Allen JONES  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 156 & 161. 

£9;
£8 12s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
156
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

George LAMPITT  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£29 3s 8d;
part let under agreement;
year;
includes 157, 158. 

£5 10s;
£5 5s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
157
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

James GRAY  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 156. 

£5 5s;
£5. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
158
(map A)
IR58/93291
19/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
4a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Alfred BOSWELL (also William Mills) 

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 156. 

£10 10s;
£9 19s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
159
(map A)
IR58/93291
23/05/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Caroline NEW  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 146. 

£4 10s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
160
(map A)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
0a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Frederick WILLIAMS  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 146. 

£2;
£1 18s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
161
(map A)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Alfred BROTHERTON  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£25 15s 10d;
part let under agreement;
year;
includes 147, 162, 163. 

£6 10s;
£6 4s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
162
(map A)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

G M EDMUNDS  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 161. 

£5;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
163
(map A)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Thomas LAMPITT  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 161. 

£5 5s;
£5. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
164
(map A)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Offenham Cross Road (west side)
 

Joseph COLE  

Rev J H CLARK,
Moreton Valence Vicarage, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire 

None given - see Aldington 142. 

£0;
included in 144. 

£8;
£7 12s. 

 

Included in 142. 

 

 

Aldington
165
(map A)
IR58/93291
20/04/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 35p;
freehold. 

Offenham Road - near Aldington Lodge
 

Joseph COLE  

Joseph SHARP,
The Laurels, Offenham 

Light arable land used for market garden and fruit plantation; small wood and iron packing sheds. Original notes see Webb 8 [not available]. 

£7 8s;
year;
29/9/1890. 

£7 5s;
£6 18s. 

 

Includes 166.
£1610
£1405
£1575
£1370 

B = £25.
F = £125;
O = £55;
S = £205;
R = £35; public right of way (right of carting way to land behind). 

No Form 37, only Form 4, 9/9/10.

Aldington
166
(map A)
IR58/93291
16/01/1912 

Agricultural Land;
7a 3r 9p;
freehold. 

Offenham Road - Little (part) and Great Barn Ground (near Aldington Lodge)
 

Frederick HALE (also Wilson Russell, George Marlow) 

Joseph SHARP,
The Laurels, Offenham 

None given - see Aldington 165. 

£24;
year. 

£23 17s;
£22 14s. 

 

Included in 165. 

 

 

Aldington
167
(map A)
IR58/93291
17/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 30p;
freehold. 

Near GWR, rear of Aldington Lodge
 

COLES BROTHERS  

Joseph SHARP,
The Laurels, Offenham 

Land at rear of Aldington Lodge used as fruit plantation with wood and iron packing sheds; public footpath on east side. 

£8 1s 4d;
year. 

£6 10s;
£6 4s. 

 

£360
£260
£350
£250 

F = £100.
S = £100;
R = £10; public right of way. 

31/05/1912.

Aldington
168
(map A)
IR58/93291
19/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
4a 2r 15p;
freehold. 

Fronting Evesham to Offenham road and adjoining GWR (north side)
 

William H NEW  

George Henry HUNT,
Bridge Street, Evesham 

Agricultural land and rows of Pershores; timber and iron shed and pigsty. 

£15;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1904. 

£12;
£11 7s. 

 

£390
£365
£390
£365 

B = £10.
F = £5;
O = £10;
S = £25. 

29/07/1912; passed for Estate Duty at £300, sold for £300.

Aldington
169
(map A)
IR58/93291
19/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
7a 1r 34p (169-171);
freehold. 

Near Aldington Siding - Siding Ground
 

William H NEW  

George Henry HUNT,
Bridge Street, Evesham 

Agricultural land: 8 rows of Pershores, 2 brick and iron sheds and pigsty. 

£4 10s;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1904. 

£3 15s;
£3 11s. 

 

Includes 170, 171.
£645
£570
£645
£570 

B = £40.
F = £20;
O = £15;
S = £75. 

29/07/1912.

Aldington
170
(map A)
IR58/93291
19/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
7a 1r 34p (169-171);
freehold. 

Near Aldington Siding - Siding Ground
 

Walter ANDREWS  

George Henry HUNT,
Bridge Street, Evesham 

None given - see Aldington 169. 

£7 5s;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1902. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

Included in 169. 

 

 

Aldington
171
(map A)
IR58/93291
29/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
7a 1r 34p (169-171);
freehold. 

Near Aldington Siding - Siding Ground
 

George TAYLOR  

George Henry HUNT,
Bridge Street, Evesham 

None given - see Aldington 169. 

£13 5s;
agreement;
year;
29/9/1891. 

£12;
£11 8s. 

 

Included in 169. 

 

 

Aldington
172
(map A)
IR58/93291
29/01/1915 

House;
freehold. 

The Parks and Parks Farm
[Riverside Hotel, The Parks]
1911 census schedule 5 

James BAROUCHE  

Mrs F M (executors of the late H Field in 1909 return) FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Old brick and tile cottage: 8 bedrooms, 8 sitting-rooms, 2 kitchens, cellar, dairy, well water, coach-house and granary. Brick and slate residence, brick and tile farm house, cottage and light early land let of to various tenants for market gardening and pasture orchards. 

£25;
quarter;
includes 173. 

£16;
£13 12s. 

 

Includes 173-180 (total valuation acreage 81a 3r 24p).
£6685
£5030
£6685
£5030 

B = £1305.
T = £50;
F = £150;
O = £150;
S = £1655. 

18/09/1912; passed for Estate Duty at £6570 6s 6d (not including £45 for tenant's buildings).

Aldington
173
(map A)
IR58/93291
29/01/1915 

Cottage;
freehold. 

The Parks and Parks Farm
[Cottage at Riverside Hotel, The Parks]
1911 census schedule 4A 

James BAROUCHE  

Mrs F M (executors of the late H Field in 1909 return) FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Included in particulars of 172. 

£0;
included in 172. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 172. 

 

 

Aldington
174
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/06/1912 

House;
0a 0r 2p;
freehold. 

The Parks and Parks Farm
[Totterdown, The Parks]
1911 census schedule 3A 

Gilbert Wright BEALE  

Mrs F M (executors of the late H Field in 1909 return) FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

None given - see Aldington 172. 

£20. 

£40;
£34. 

 

Included in 172. 

 

 

Aldington
175
(map A)
IR58/93291
09/01/1915 

Agricultural Land;
47a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

The Parks and Parks Farm
 

Henry MASTERS  

Mrs F M (executors of the late H Field in 1909 return) FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

None given - see Aldington 172. 

£87 10s;
agreement;
year;
includes 176, 177, 178. 

£5;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 172. 

 

 

Aldington
176
(map A)
IR58/93291
13/05/1913 

Cottage;
freehold. 

The Parks and Parks Farm
[Cottage at Riverside Hotel, The Parks]
1911 census schedule 4 

Henry MASTERS  

Mrs F M (executors of the late H Field in 1909 return) FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Brick and tile: 2 bedrooms, living-room, back kitchen. kitchen, privy. 

£0;
included in 175. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 172. 

 

 

Aldington
177
(map A)
IR58/93291
18/06/1912 

Agricultural Land and Buildings;
33a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

The Parks and Parks Farm
 

Henry MASTERS  

Mrs F M (executors of the late H Field in 1909 return) FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

None given - see Aldington 172. 

£0;
included in 175. 

£40;
£37 10s. 

 

Included in 172. 

 

 

Aldington
178
(map A)
IR58/93291
20/04/1912 

Agricultural Land;
13a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

The Parks and Parks Farm
 

Henry MASTERS  

Mrs F M (executors of the late H Field in 1909 return) FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

None given - see Aldington 172. 

£0;
included in 175. 

£54;
£51 6s. 

 

Included in 172. 

 

 

Aldington
179
(map A)
IR58/93291
16/01/1912 

Agricultural Land;
17a 3r 7p;
freehold. 

The Parks and Parks Farm
 

W HUXLEY (also George Grove, Joseph New Junior, W A Jones, Henry Daniels) 

Mrs F M (executors of the late H Field in 1909 return) FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

None given - see Aldington 172. 

£88 19s 6d;
year. 

£71;
£67 9s. 

 

Included in 172. 

 

 

Aldington
180
(map A)
IR58/93291
23/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
18a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

The Parks and Parks Farm
 

Charles MARTIN (also Henry Bailey, A Robbins, Alfred Boswell, Arthur Boswell, Frederick Hale) 

Mrs F M (executors of the late H Field in 1909 return) FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

None given - see Aldington 172. 

£70. 

£70;
£60 10s. 

 

Included in 172. 

 

 

Aldington
181
(map A)
IR58/93291
23/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 1r 0p. 

Offenham Road - The Parks
 

Frederick HALE (also Arthur Hill) 

Mrs F M (executors of the late H Field in 1909 return) FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Land, light early used for fruit plantation and market garden; wood and iron packing shed, pigsty.  

£0;
no rent details given. 

£0;
£0;
not given. 

 

£415
£335
£415
£335 

B = £5.
F = £60;
O = £15;
S = £80. 

31/05/1912; passed for Estate Duty at £350, landlord's interest (excludes tenant's buildings and fruit trees).

Aldington
182
(map C)
IR58/93291
13/11/1912 

Greenhouse;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Jarretts Piece
 

John SEARS  

John SEARS,
Badsey 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£1. 

£1;
£0 17s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
183
(map C)
IR58/93291
13/11/1912 

Greenhouse;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Jarretts Piece
 

Augustine DORE  

Augustine DORE,
Badsey 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£2. 

£4;
£3 7s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
184
(map C)
IR58/93291
21/10/1912 

Greenhouse;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Jarretts Piece
 

W R WILKINS  

W R WILKINS,
Badsey Fields Lane, Badsey 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£4. 

£4;
£3 7s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
185
(map C)
IR58/93291
21/10/1912 

Greenhouse;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

Benjamin SEARS  

Benjamin SEARS,
Badsey 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£2. 

£2;
£1 15s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Aldington
186
(map C)
IR58/93291
07/09/1912 

Greenhouse;
freehold. 

Between Evesham to Bretforton Road and Evesham to Badsey Lane - Badsey Undergrounds
 

James BARNARD  

James BARNARD,
Badsey 

None given - see Aldington 124. 

£1. 

£2;
£1 15s. 

 

Included in 124. 

 

 

Badsey
187
(map D)
IR58/93291
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 32p (187-190);
freehold. 

The Leys
[20 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 246 

Henry MITCHELL  

Thomas CULL,
Owletts End, Bengeworth 

Old brick and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room, kitchen, small back kitchen, open furnace, 3 bedrooms, one very small over back kitchen, and furnace; tap water and water closet. 

£10;
month. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

Includes 188-190.
£440
£80
£440
£80 

B = £360.
S = £360. 

28/11/1912; passed for Estate Duty at £440.

Badsey
188
(map D)
IR58/93291
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 32p (187-190);
freehold. 

The Leys
[22 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 247&248 

G BAINES (moved in since 1909 return) 

Thomas CULL,
Owletts End, Bengeworth 

Old brick and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room, kitchen, small back kitchen, furnace in open, 3 bedrooms, one very small over back kitchen, and furnace; tap water and water closet. 

£10;
month. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

Included in 187. 

 

 

Badsey
189
(map D)
IR58/93291
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 32p (187-190);
freehold. 

The Leys
[Demolished 1950s, on site of Hither Green]
1911 census schedule 248A 

George BARNARD  

Thomas CULL,
Owletts End, Bengeworth 

Old brick, timber and galvanised iron cottage in bad repair: walls damp and roof very bad: kitchen, pantry, lean-to coalhouse, furnace outside; 1 bedroom. 

£5;
month. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 187. 

 

 

Badsey
190
(map D)
IR58/93291
07/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 32p (187-190);
freehold. 

The Leys
[Demolished 1950s, on site of Hither Green]
1911 census schedule 248B 

John PORTER (void in Field Book) 

Thomas CULL,
Owletts End, Bengeworth 

Old brick, timber and galvanised iron cottage in bad repair: walls damp and roof very bad: kitchen, pantry, lean-to coalhouse, furnace outside; 1 bedroom. 

£5;
month. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 187. 

 

 

Badsey
191
(map D)
IR58/93291
07/11/1912 

Cottage;
840 sq yds (191-192);
freehold. 

Blenheim Cottage
[23 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 240 

Valentine KNIGHT  

A S CRISP,
c/o Elijah Crisp, Post Office, Badsey 

Brick and tile house, old and in poor repair: living-room (bay window), kitchen, larder, and wash-house. Brick and tile coalhouse and pigsty; 4 bedrooms. 

£16 10s;
quarter. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

Includes 192.
£300
£20
£300
£20 

B = £280.
S = £280. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
192
(map D)
IR58/93291
07/11/1912 

Cottage;
840 sq yds (191-192);
freehold. 

Adjoining Blenheim Cottage
[25 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 241 

Thomas PERKINS  

Mrs A S CRISP,
Post Office, Badsey 

Old brick and tile cottage in poor repair: living-room, back kitchen, pantry, wash-house and furnace, all stone floors, 2 bedrooms one through the other and open to the stairs; brick and tile water closet. 

£6;
quarter. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 191. 

 

 

Badsey
193
(map D)
IR58/93291
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
365 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Vine Cottage
[Rose Cottage, 10 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 124 

Mrs ROBERTS  

Mrs Harriett EMMS,
109 Montague Road, Smethwick 

Brick and slate cottage: living-room, pantry; wash-house in joint use with John Roberts; 3 small bedrooms; well; water closet; pigsty. 

£6 10s;
quarter. 

£6 10s;
£5 5s. 

 

£90
£20
£80
£10 

B = £70.
S = £70;
R = £10; easement. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
194
(map D)
IR58/93291
09/11/1912 

Cottage;
370 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Sylvan Villa
[17 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 137 

C WEBB  

Mrs Harriett EMMS,
109 Montague Road, Smethwick 

Modern brick and tile house in good repair: front sitting-room (bay window, boarded floor), kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, water closet, coalhouse, 3 bedrooms, 2 very small; wood and iron shed and stable with loft over and cart entrance at side.  

£10;
month. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

1903; £40 (includes 195). 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
195
(map D)
IR58/93291
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
550 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Sylvan Villa
[Sylvan Villa, 19 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 136 

Thomas R ELLISON  

Mrs Harriett EMMS,
109 Montague Road, Smethwick 

Modern brick and tile house in good repair: front sitting-room (bay window, boarded floor), kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, water closet, coalhouse, 3 bedrooms, 2 very small. 

£11;
month. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

1903; price details included in 194. 

£230
£35
£230
£35 

B = £195.
S = £195. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
196
(map D)
IR58/93291
12/09/1912 

Cottage and Orchard;
0a 3r 23p (196-199);
freehold. 

Badsey Village
[11 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 227 

Albert PORTER
[Whilst the Field Book and Valuation Book clearly say Albert Porter, it is thought it should read Albert Perkins.]
 

E F HOOPER,
Brooklands, Northwick Road, Evesham 

Old stone brick and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room and passage, 2 wood and iron sheds and pigstys, 3 bedrooms and 1 attic, lean-to brick and tile wash-house for 4 cottages, tap for 4 cottages, 2 earth closets. Pasture orchard with old apple trees. 

£14;
quarter. 

£14;
£12 10s. 

 

Includes 197-199.
£510
£150
£510
£150 

B = £360.
S = £360. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
197
(map D)
IR58/93291
07/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 3r 23p (196-199);
freehold. 

Badsey Village
[17 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 228 

William CRANE  

E F HOOPER,
Northwick Road, Evesham 

Old brick and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room, pantry; 2 bedrooms, one open to the stairs; 1 brick and tile wash-house, 1 tap and 2 earth closets to 4 cottages. 

£6;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 196. 

 

 

Badsey
198
(map D)
IR58/93291
21/08/1912 

Cottage;
0a 3r 23p (196-199);
freehold. 

Badsey Village
[15 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 226 

William KNIGHT (William Knight Junior in 1909 return) 

E F HOOPER,
Northwick Road, Evesham 

Old brick and tile cottage: living-room, coalhouse, stone floors, 2 bedrooms. 1 Brick and tile wash-house, 1 tap, 2 earth closets for 4 cottages. 

£6;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 196. 

 

 

Badsey
199
(map D)
IR58/93291
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 3r 23p (196-199);
freehold. 

Badsey Village
[17A Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 229 

Thomas WILLIS  

E F HOOPER,
Northwick Road, Evesham 

Brick and tile cottage in fair repair (newer than others): living-room, pantry, coalhouse, 2 bedrooms. 1 brick and tile wash-house, 1 tap and 2 earth closets for 4 cottages.  

£6;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 196. 

 

 

Badsey
200
(map D)
IR58/93291
22/10/1912 

Cottage;
110 sq yds;
freehold. 

1 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 13 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 60 

Frederick SALTER  

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair, about 12 years old: front room (board floor) - shop, kitchen, back kitchen and pantry (tile floors), 3 bedrooms (2 over kitchen and pantry); coalhouse and water closet; tap water (roof of back kitchen is of slate).  

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
201
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

2 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 15 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 61 

Henry KEEN (Henry Keen Junior in 1909 return) 

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair, about 12 years old: front room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, tile floors, coalhouse and water closet, tap water, 3 bedrooms. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
202
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

3 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 17 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 62 

George BOWLEY  

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Same as 201. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
203
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/11/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

4 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 19 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 63 

Edwin WARNER  

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Same as 201. Shop. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
204
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

5 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 21 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 64 

James KEYTE  

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Same as 201. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
205
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

6 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 23 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 65 

Mrs COCKERTON  

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Same as 201. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
206
(map D)
IR58/93292
21/10/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

7 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 25 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 66 

George KNIGHT  

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Same as 201. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
207
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

8 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 27 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 67 

Henry SMITH  

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Same as 201. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
208
(map D)
IR58/93292
09/11/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

9 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 29 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 68 

D J HARRIS  

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Same as 201. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
209
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

10 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 31 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 69 

William BENNETT Junior  

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Same as 201. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
210
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

11 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 33 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 70 

F HILL ("now Sadler" added in Field Book) 

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Same as 201. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
211
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

12 Belmont Terrace
[Belmont Terrace, 35 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 71 

William HARTWELL  

Miss M A HOOPER,
Inglemere, Burford Road, Evesham 

Same as 201. 

£13;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
212
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
180 sq yds (212-215);
freehold. 

High Street
[Orchard Way, 5 High Street]
1911 census schedule 216 

John BARNARD  

Mrs M A SHEPPARD,
South Littleton 

Old brick and thatch cottage in poor repair: living-room and pantry, 2 bedrooms, 2 water closets for 4 cottages. 

£8;
quarter. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Includes 213-215.
£250
£70
£250
£70 

B = £180.
S = £180. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
213
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
180 sq yds (212-215);
freehold. 

High Street
[Orchard Way, 7 High Street]
1911 census schedule 217 

James PERKINS  

Mrs M A SHEPPARD,
South Littleton 

Old brick and thatch cottage in poor repair: living-room and pantry, 2 bedrooms, 2 water closets for 4 cottages. 

£6 10s;
quarter. 

£4 10s;
£3 12s. 

 

Included in 212. 

 

 

Badsey
214
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Cottage;
180 sq yds (212-215);
freehold. 

High Street
[Orchard Way, 9 High Street]
1911 census schedule 218 

Mrs F JELFS  

Mrs M A SHEPPARD,
South Littleton 

Old stone brick and slate cottage in poor repair: living-room and pantry, 2 bedrooms, 2 water closets for 4 cottages. 

£5;
quarter. 

£4 10s;
£3 12s. 

 

Included in 212. 

 

 

Badsey
215
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/11/1912 

Cottage;
180 sq yds (212-215);
freehold. 

High Street
[Orchard Way, 9 High Street]
1911 census schedule 219 

F E NIGHTINGALE  

Mrs M A SHEPPARD,
South Littleton 

Old brick and slate cottage in poor repair: living-room and pantry, old brick and tile wash-house, 1 bedroom, 2 water closets for 4 cottages. 

£6;
quarter. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 212. 

 

 

Badsey
216
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

House;
0a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining High Street
[Oakleigh, 1 Old Post Office Lane, and Oakleigh Cottage, 3 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 222&223 

Mrs Fanny FORTUNE  

George ATTWOOD Senior,
168 Ash Bank, Northfield, Birmingham 

Old brick stone and tile house in fair repair: 2 living-rooms, 2 back kitchens, kitchen, 2 pantries, 2 furnaces, 5 bedrooms 2 attics. Tap, water closet and wash-house occupied by 2 families. Brick and tile stable for 2, coach-house, fodder shed and loft, pigsty. 

£0;
included in 64. 

£21;
£17 9s. 

 

£600
£100
£600
£100 

B = £500.
S = £500. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
217
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

House and Orchard;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

High Street - Vine Cottage
[Meadway House, 11 High Street]
1911 census schedule 212 

G B LLOYD ROBERTS  

George ATTWOOD Senior,
168 Ash Bank, Northfield, Birmingham 

Old brick tile and slate house, damp and bad repair: 2 sitting-rooms, kitchen, larder, earth closet, 2 bedrooms, 2 attics. Brick and tile stable and coach-house. 

£28;
4¾ years;
24/06/1908. 

£25;
£21 15s. 

24/06/1903; £490. 

£500
£240
£500
£240 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
218
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

Land;
9a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

New Ground
 

James BARNARD  

George ATTWOOD Senior,
168 Ash Bank, Northfield, Birmingham 

Heavy arable field with small packing shed. 

£22 10s;
year;
Michaelmas. 

£20;
£19. 

February 1903; £400. 

£520
£510
£510
£500 

B = £10.
S = £10;
R = £10; easement. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
219
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

House;
375 sq yds;
freehold. 

South View Terrace
[13 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 146 

John ROBBINS  

W H ADAMS,
Harvington 

Brick and slate house in good repair, built in 1893: living-room, kitchen, scullery, coalshed and water closet, 3 bedrooms, tap water. 

£11 10s;
quarter. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

September 1890; price details included in 224. 

£200
£20
£200
£20 

B = £180.
S = £180. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
220
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/11/1912 

House;
210 sq yds;
freehold. 

South View Terrace
[15 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 147 

W H CHURCHILL  

W H ADAMS,
Harvington 

See 219. 

£11;
quarter. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

September 1890; price details included in 224. 

£195
£15
£195
£15 

B = £180.
S = £180. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
221
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

House;
210 sq yds;
freehold. 

South View Terrace
[17 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 148 

William BROOKES  

W H ADAMS,
Harvington 

See 219. 

£11;
quarter. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

September 1890; price details included in 224. 

£195
£15
£195
£15 

B = £180.
S = £180. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
222
(map D)
IR58/93292
12/09/1912 

House;
210 sq yds;
freehold. 

South View Terrace
[19 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 149 

Joseph MARSHALL  

W H ADAMS,
Harvington 

See 219. 

£11;
quarter. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

September 1890; price details included in 224. 

£195
£15
£195
£15 

B = £180.
S = £180. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
223
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/11/1912 

House;
210 sq yds;
freehold. 

South View Terrace
[21 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 150 

George GRIFFIN  

W H ADAMS,
Harvington 

See 219. 

£11;
quarter. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

September 1890; price details included in 224. 

£195
£15
£195
£15 

B = £180.
S = £180. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
224
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/11/1912 

House;
375 sq yds;
freehold. 

South View Terrace
[23 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 151 

Lewis VINCENT  

W H ADAMS,
Harvington 

See 219. 

£11 10s;
quarter. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

September 1890; c£500 for field 5a 2r 38p (includes 219-223); remainder of field has since been sold. 

£200
£20
£200
£20 

B = £180.
S = £180. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
225
(map D)
IR58/93292
06/09/1912 

House;
0a 2r 22p;
freehold. 

Stanhope House
[Stanhope House, 24 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 59 

George BREARLEY  

Mrs A K BELL,
Royal Oak, Vine Street, Evesham 

Modern brick and tile house, double front: living-room and kitchen with bay windows, back kitchen and pantry, lean-to, coals and water closet, 3 bedrooms, 2 small glasshouses, brick and tile pigeon house, tool-house and loft over. 

£20;
quarter. 

£16 10s;
£11 4s. 

1900; £200; £400 for building house, outbuildings and greenhouse. 

£550
£200
£550
£200 

B = £350.
S = £350. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
226
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/09/1912 

Cottage;
660 sq yds;
freehold. 

Sands Lane - Cotswold View
[Cotswold View, 13 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 53 

Edward CLEVELEY  

Mrs A K BELL,
Royal Oak, Vine Street, Evesham 

Brick and slate house in fair repair, built 1889: sitting-room, kitchen, pantry, open scullery and furnace outside, water closet, coals under stairs, 3 bedrooms. 

£8;
quarter. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

1900; £515 (226-229 inclusive). 

£140
£30
£140
£30 

B = £110.
S = £110. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
227
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/09/1912 

Cottage;
480 sq yds;
freehold. 

Sands Lane - Cotswold View
[Cotswold View, 15 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 54 

James HERBERT  

Mrs A K BELL,
Royal Oak, Vine Street, Evesham 

Brick and slate house in fair repair, built 1889: sitting-room, kitchen, pantry, open scullery and furnace outside, water closet, coals under stairs, 3 bedrooms. 

£8;
quarter. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

1900; price details included in 226. 

£140
£30
£140
£30 

B = £110.
S = £110. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
228
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/09/1912 

Cottage;
490 sq yds;
freehold. 

Sands Lane - Cotswold View
[Cotswold View, 17 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 55 

A E EVANS  

Mrs A K BELL,
Royal Oak, Vine Street, Evesham 

Brick and slate house in fair repair, built 1889, recently painted: sitting-room, kitchen, pantry, open scullery and furnace outside, water closet, coals under stairs, 3 bedrooms. 

£8;
quarter. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

1900; price details included in 226. 

£140
£30
£140
£30 

B = £110.
S = £110. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
229
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/09/1912 

Cottage;
360 sq yds;
freehold. 

Sands Lane - Cotswold View
[Cotswold View, 19 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 56 

W T STANFORD  

Mrs A K BELL,
Royal Oak, Vine Street, Evesham 

Brick and slate house in fair repair, built 1889, recently painted: sitting-room, kitchen, pantry, open scullery and furnace outside, water closet, coals under stairs, 3 bedrooms. 

£8;
quarter. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

1900; price details included in 226. 

£140
£30
£140
£30 

B = £110.
S = £110. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
230
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/09/1912 

Cottage;
260 sq yds;
freehold. 

Sands Lane
[1 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 47 

William HERBERT  

Herbert BEARCROFT,
11 Elm Road, Evesham 

Brick and slate house in poor repair, about 18 years old: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, pantry, with outside scullery and furnace, stone floors, water closet. Wood and iron coalhouse (tenants). 

£8;
month. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

1896; £300 for 2 cottages (230-231). 

£160
£25
£160
£25 

B = £135.
S = £135. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
231
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/09/1912 

Cottage;
265 sq yds;
freehold. 

Sands Lane
[3 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 48 

Decimus AGG  

Herbert BEARCROFT,
11 Elm Road, Evesham 

Brick and slate house in poor repair, about 18 years old: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, pantry, with outside scullery and furnace, stone floors, water closet. Wood and iron coalhouse (tenants). 

£8;
month. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

1896; price details included in 230. 

£160
£25
£160
£25 

B = £135.
S = £135. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
232
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
 

H BEARCROFT  

Herbert BEARCROFT,
11 Elm Road, Evesham 

Arable land: 4 rows of fruit trees; timber and iron shed. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£7;
£6 13s. 

June 1890; £164. 

£215
£200
£215
£200 

B = £5.
F = £5;
O = £5;
S = £15. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
233
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/09/1912 

House;
440 sq yds;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane
[1 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 145 

James BREWER  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Brick and tile shop and dwelling house, bakehouse and kitchen, used as shop: sitting-room, bath hot and cold, bakehouse and kitchen, back kitchen and flour room over, 4 bedrooms and water closet; wood and iron stable, cider house and coalhouse, stable for 3, loose box, loft over, water closet. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£19;
£16 2s. 

 

£660
£60
£660
£60 

B = £600.
S = £600. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
234
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Part of Little Green
 

James BREWER  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Part pasture and part garden; small glasshouse: 7 short rows of plums, timber and iron shed and 2 pigstys; hovel and open feeding shed, 2 bays, timber and iron open cart shed. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£9 10s;
£9 1s. 

 

£270
£230
£265
£225 

B = £35.
F = £5.
S = £40;
R = £5; easement (right in perpetuity in the owners and occupiers of 6 cottages on the south-east to use and maintain a drain across for draining the cottages). 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
235
(map D)
IR58/93292
07/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Part of Ox Close
 

James BREWER  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Pasture field. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£7 10s;
£7 2s. 

 

£175
£175
£175
£175 

 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
236
(map D)
IR58/93292
09/11/1912 

House;
380 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street
[3 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 144 

Edward PORTER  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Brick and tile house in good repair: sitting-room, bay window, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen and pantry, water closet, 3 bedrooms; wood and iron stable and loft over. 

£12;
half year. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

 

£260
£40
£260
£40 

B = £220.
S = £220. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
237
(map D)
IR58/93292
01/10/1912 

Cottage;
470 sq yds;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane
[25 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 152 

P E BRAILSFORD  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Brick and tile house in good repair: sitting-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, water closet and coalhouse, 3 bedrooms; wood and iron shed and stable. 

£12;
quarter. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

£280
£20
£280
£20 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
238
(map D&F)
IR58/93292
06/09/1912 

Cottage and Agricultural Land;
7a 1r 29p;
freehold. 

Bullybrook Close and Vicars Ley
[22 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 58 

Henry HALL  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in fair repair: kitchen, back kitchen, small sitting-room (no fireplace), 2 separate bedrooms. Brick and tile wash-house (built since 1900), pump and privy; brick and tile stable and cart shed, timber and iron hovels; 2 new glasshouses; 5 rows of old trees? 

£35;
lease;
21 years;
29/09/1905. 

£35;
£31 19s. 

29/09/1902; £600; various small amounts. 

£750
£550
£750
£550 

B = £170.
F = £20;
O = £10;
S = £200. 

27/02/1913; Mr Henry HALL; Badsey; lessee.

Badsey
239
(map D)
IR58/93292
06/09/1912 

House;
0a 0r 16p;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane - Asparago House
[Asparago House, 31 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 159 

William KNIGHT  

William KNIGHT,
Asparago House, Badsey 

Detached brick and tile cottage in good repair: 2 front rooms, pantry, back kitchen, water closet, coalhouse, 3 bedrooms, 14 years old, tap; wood and iron shed. 

£11. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

June 1906; £250; £30 for small greenhouse. 

£280
£20
£280
£20 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
240
(map D)
IR58/93292
06/09/1912 

Land;
7a 3r 0p. 

Badsey
 

W C PARKER  

W BROWN,
c/o Trustees of W Brown 

None given. 

£0;
included in 824 Bretforton Manor Farm. 

£15;
£14 5s. 

 

Included in 824 Bretforton Manor Farm. 

 

 

Badsey
241
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 38p;
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Cottage
[7 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 142 

W W BLAKE  

Society of Friends (Trustees) ,
c/o A E Thorne, Pitchers Hill, Wickhamford, for the Society of Friends 

Brick and slate house: front sitting-room, kitchen, scullery, pantry, front bedroom, 2 back bedrooms, water closet and bicycle shed. Plain brick and slate meeting house, 60' x 33' x 20' = 39,600 cubic feet; 8' x 18' x 12' = 1,728 cubic feet; total 41,328 cubic feet at 4½d = £775; add cottage £220; total £995. 

£0;
in return for service rendered as caretaker to the Meeting House adjacent. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

c1894-5; 1s 6d per yard (includes 242). 

Includes 242.
£1085
£90
£1085
£90 

B = £995.
S = £995. 

21/04/1914.

Badsey
242
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

Mission Room;
0a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Meeting House of Society of Friends
[Dance Hall, Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 141A 

Chapel Trustees  

Society of Friends (Trustees) ,
c/o A E Thorne, Pitchers Hill, Wickhamford, for the Society of Friends 

Brick and slate mission hall: board roof open to rafters, wood block floor with classroom partitioned off at end. 

£0;
not applicable. 

£12;
£10 2s. 

c1894-5; price details included in 241. 

Included in 241. 

 

 

Badsey
243
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

House;
700 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Belle Vue
[Fairhaven, 11 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 140 

William COLLETT  

William COLLETT,
Belle Vue, Chapel Street, Badsey 

Brick and tile house, good repair: 2 front rooms, back kitchen, pantry, 3 bedrooms, 1 over back kitchen, privy. Brick and tile stable and cart house, built 1894. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£13;
£11. 

c August 1894; £50; £300. 

£370
£50
£370
£50 

B = £320.
S = £320. 

06/02/1913.

Badsey
244
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
2a 1r 30p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Cotswold Cottage
[54 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 265 

Mrs Matilda GEDEN  

William COOKE,
Bear Hotel, Evesham 

Brick and slate house about 22 years old in fair repair: sitting-room, bay window and board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, water closet, coalhouse, 2 bedrooms and 1 large attic. Heavy land, 4 rows of trees and pigsty. 

£18;
year. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

1890; £360 for land (244-246 inclusive). 

£410
£180
£410
£180 

B = £220.
F = £10.
S = £230. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
245
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
3a 1r 24p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Cotswold Cottage
[56 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 266 

John KEYTE  

William COOKE,
Bear Hotel, Evesham 

Brick and slate house about 22 years old in fair repair: sitting-room, bay window and board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, water closet, coalhouse, 2 bedrooms and 1 large attic. Heavy land, 6 rows of fruit trees and 2 cross rows at bottom. 

£18;
year;
includes 246. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

1890; price details included in 244. 

Includes 246.
£490
£250
£490
£250 

B = £220.
F = £20.
S = £240. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
246
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
5a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Badsey
 

John KEYTE (also Matilda Geden) 

William COOKE,
Bear Hotel, Evesham 

None given - see land section of Badsey 245. 

£0;
included in 245. 

£15;
£14 5s. 

1890; price details included in 244. 

Included in 245. 

 

 

Badsey
247
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
255 sq yds;
freehold. 

Sands Lane - Cotswold Terrace
[Cotswold Terrace, 5 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 49 

Albert CRANE  

W COLLINS,
27 Greenhill, Evesham 

Brick and slate cottage in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, water closet, tiled floors, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
week;
no rent amount given. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

 

£180
£25
£180
£25 

B = £155.
S = £155. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
248
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
195 sq yds;
freehold. 

Sands Lane - Cotswold Terrace
[Cotswold Terrace, 7 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 50 

George NIGHTINGALE  

W COLLINS,
27 Greenhill, Evesham 

Brick and slate cottage in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, water closet, tiled floors, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
week;
no rent amount given. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

 

£180
£25
£180
£25 

B = £155.
S = £155. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
249
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

Sands Lane - Cotswold Terrace
[Cotswold Terrace, 9 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 51 

George MOISEY  

W COLLINS,
27 Greenhill, Evesham 

Brick and slate cottage in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, water closet, tiled floors, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
week;
no rent amount given. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

 

£180
£25
£180
£25 

B = £155.
S = £155. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
250
(map D)
IR58/93292
05/10/1912 

Cottage;
350 sq yds;
freehold. 

Sands Lane - Cotswold Terrace
[Cotswold Terrace, 11 Sands Lane]
1911 census schedule 52 

Geoge E JONES  

W COLLINS,
27 Greenhill, Evesham 

Brick and slate cottage in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, water closet, tiled floors, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
week;
no rent amount given. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

 

£180
£25
£180
£25 

B = £155.
S = £155. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
251
(map D)
IR58/93292
05/10/1912 

House;
330 sq yds;
freehold. 

High Street - The Post Office
[28 High Street]
1911 census schedule 202 

Elijah CRISP  

Elijah CRISP,
Post Office, Badsey 

Built in 1897, brick and tile house in good repair: sitting-room, bay window, post office and shop, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry and privy, 3 bedrooms. 

£20. 

£13;
£11. 

1898; £50; £280. 

£300
£30
£300
£30 

B = £270.
S = £270. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
252
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

House and Orchard;
1a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

High Street - The Laurels
[The Laurels, 26 High Street]
1911 census schedule 204 

Mrs E EVANS  

Mrs Elizabeth EVANS,
c/o Executors of Elizabeth Evans: Thomas Matthews Evans, Bridge Street, Evesham; Miss Winifred Jane Evans, Badsey 

Detached stone, brick, tile and slate house in fair order: 4 bedrooms and landing, passage, 2 living-rooms, kitchen and back kitchen, dairy, scullery, boot hole, cellar and coal shed, privy in garden and tap hot and cold. Brick and iron trap house, loft over, fowl pen; 2 brick and iron pigstys; shed; brick and tile stabling for 2, good repair; large galvanised iron shed in yard near road. 7 small elms in orchard by brook; 4 rows of mixed fruit. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£25 10s;
£22 7s. 

Not given; £600. 

Includes 1075.
£745
£205
£745
£205 

B = £490.
F = £30;
O = £20;
S = £540. 

31/05/1912; sold by auction 20/05/1912 for £745.

Badsey
253
(map D)
IR58/93292
18/09/1912 

House and Orchard;
3a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[Orchard House, 21 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 116 

Arthur SEARS  

Mrs Elizabeth EVANS,
c/o Executors of Elizabeth Evans: Thomas Matthews Evans, Bridge Street, Evesham; Miss Winifred Jane Evans, Badsey 

Brick and tile house in good repair: 3 bedrooms and boxroom, hall, 2 front rooms, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, water closet, tap house. Brick and timber and tile stable and coach-house, loft over; wood and iron shed; glasshouse, brick and glass; 2 pigstys, wood and iron; 2 sheds. Pasture orchard: about 8 rows of trees, apples, pears and plums and about 4 rows in garden piece. 

£40;
year. 

£40;
£36. 

Not given; £950; £150. 

£1000
£350
£1000
£350 

B = £600.
F = £30;
O = £20;
S = £650. 

11/07/1912.

Badsey
254
(map D)
IR58/93292
21/10/1912 

House and Land;
2a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Wickcliffe House
[66 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 274 

George GEDEN  

George GEDEN,
Wickliffe House, Badsey 

Brick and tile double-fronted cottage in good repair: 2 front rooms, back kitchen, lean-to wash-house, 3 bedrooms (1 over back kitchen). Brick and tile stable and loft; coach-house; wood and iron sheds, pigsty and greenhouse; fully planted with trees. Built 1890.  

£20 10s. 

£20 10s;
£18 7s. 

May 1890; £165; £350. 

£570
£200
£570
£200 

B = £350.
F = £20.
S = £370. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
255
(map D)
IR58/93292
21/10/1912 

House;
656 sq yds;
freehold. 

Adjacent road from The Royal Oak to Littleton & Badsey Station
[Birmingham Road]
1911 census schedule 255 

Henry GEDEN  

Henry GEDEN,
West View, Badsey 

Built 1897, brick and tile detached house: kitchen, sitting-room, entrance hall, back kitchen, 3 bedrooms (2 front); wood and iron lean-to with furnace; privy. 

£11. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

July 1897; £49; £250. 

£300
£50
£300
£50 

B = £250.
S = £250. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
256
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/7/1911

House and Agricultural Land;
0a 1r 8p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - near School
[5 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 43 

Charles HALL  

Charles HALL,
Badsey (by the time of the Provisional Valuation, the owner was George Ash, White Lands, Rawdon, Leeds) 

House 15 years old, brick and tile, contains: 3 bedrooms, 1 sitting-room, 1 scullery with lean-to wash-house, water closet connected with village water wupply and sewer. Outbuildings of brick and tile comprise one horse stable, cart shed and loft over. The house is detached with frontage of 66 ft to main road and depth of 300 ft approx, quanity 0a 1r 8p. Garden contains about 200 plum trees: Victorias, Pershores in vigorous bearing, also 20 good apple trees all about 12 years old and in full bearing; the garden is unfenced except towards the road. The house and yard is now let as a police station at £16 per annum, tenant paying rates. The outbuildings are in hand. This is of higher rental than would be obtainable from a private party for the whole; it is in good order throughout (extra safe tenant). 

£15. 

£14 6s;
£12 5s. 

 

£290
£50
£290
£50 

B = £210.
F = £30.
S = £240. 

23/08/1911.

Badsey
257
(map D)
IR58/93292
21/10/1912 

House and Land;
0a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - Auburn Villa
[7 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 44 

Mrs E HALL  

Mrs Eliza HALL,
Auburn House, Badsey 

Built 1890, brick and tile detached house, good repair: 2 front rooms, back kitchen and pantry, 3 bedrooms (1 over back kitchen), water closet and tap; wood and iron shed. 

£14. 

£12 15s;
£11. 

 

£400
£90
£400
£90 

B = £310.
S = £310. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
258
(map D)
IR58/93292
21/10/1912 

Land and Greenhouse;
4a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - Yew Close
 

Mrs E HALL  

Mrs Eliza HALL,
Auburn House, Badsey 

Market garden land with two road frontages: 8 rows of Pershores, glasshouse, timber and iron shed. 

£15 10s. 

£15 10s;
£14 14s. 

September 1897; £525. 

£765
£725
£765
£725 

B = £15.
F = £10;
O = £15;
S = £40. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
259
(map D)
IR58/93292
21/10/1912 

House and Land;
0a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Bredon View
[11 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 46 

Theodore James HALL  

Theodore James HALL,
Bredon View, Badsey 

Brick and tile detached house in good repair: kitchen and sitting-room, back kitchen and pantry, water closet, 3 bedrooms, 1 over back kitchen. Brick and tile stable and cart shed; loft over. wood and iron shed; glasshouse. 

£6. 

£16;
£13 17s. 

 

£400
£135
£400
£135 

B = £245.
F = £20.
S = £265. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
260
(map D)
IR58/93292
21/10/1912 

House;
0a 0r 29p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[1 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 105 

James HARTWELL  

John HAWKINS,
Rooms Royal, Worcester Road, Malvern Link 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair about 20 years old: sitting-room, boarded floor, kitchen, back kitchen, furnace, water closet, 3 bedrooms. 

£12;
quarter. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

25/06/1894; £490 for 2 houses (260-261). 

£235
£40
£235
£40 

B = £195.
S = £195. 

28/11/1912; Mr Alfred & Mrs A BALLARD; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £235.

Badsey
261
(map D)
IR58/93292
21/10/1912 

House;
0a 0r 30p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[3 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 106 

George MALIN  

John HAWKINS,
Rooms Royal, Worcester Road, Malvern Link 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair about 20 years old: sitting-room, boarded floor, kitchen, back kitchen, water closet, furnace, 3 bedrooms. Wood and iron shed and stable with loft over; glasshouse belongs to tenant.  

£14;
quarter. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

25/06/1894; price details included in 260. 

£235
£40
£235
£40 

B = £195.
S = £195. 

28/11/1912; Mr Alfred & Mrs A BALLARD; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £235.

Badsey
262
(map D)
IR58/93292
21/10/1912 

House and Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Osbourne Cottage
[50 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 263 

George HUNT  

George HUNT,
Osborne Cottage, Badsey 

Brick and tile double-fronted cottage: 2 front rooms (1 bay window), back kitchen and pantry, lean-to wash-house; greenhouse and pigsty; tap, privy, 2 bedrooms, 1 over back kitchen. Brick and tile stable, coach-house, loft over; wood and iron shed; 3 rows of trees.  

£19 2s. 

£19 2s;
£16 14s. 

May 1890; £130; £350. 

£500
£130
£500
£130 

B = £350.
F = £10;
O = £10;
S = £370. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
263
(map D)
IR58/93292
26/11/1912 

House;
400 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street
[15 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 138 

Mrs S J HUTCHINGS  

Mrs S Jane HUTCHINGS,
Badsey 

Brick and tile house about 16 years old in good repair: sitting-room used as a shop, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, furnace, water closet, 3 bedrooms. 

£12. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

 

£210
£30
£210
£30 

B = £180.
S = £180. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
264
(map D)
IR58/93292
26/11/1912 

House;
400 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street
[13 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 139 

John COLLETT  

Mrs S Jane HUTCHINGS,
Badsey 

Brick and tile house about 16 years old in good repair: sitting-room used as a shop, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, furnace, water closet, 3 bedrooms. 

£12;
quarter. 

£11;
£9 ?s. 

 

£210
£30
£210
£30 

B = £180.
S = £180. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
265
(map D)
IR58/93292
26/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
0a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Part of Condercup Meadow
 

Winifred LARGE  

H HALL,
Badsey 

None given. 

£0;
lease;
included in 835 Bretforton House Farm. 

£2;
£1 18s. 

 

Included in 835 Bretforton House Farm. 

 

 

Badsey
266
(map D)
IR58/93292
26/11/1912 

House;
0a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

High Street - Malvern House
[Malvern House, 36 High Street]
1911 census schedule 197 

Arthur Edward JONES  

A E JONES,
Malvern House, Badsey 

Stone and tile house with outbuildings and orchard: entrance hall, 2 front sitting-rooms, large but low, kitchen, larder, store, water closet, back kitchen and furnace, 5 bedrooms and large landing with hot and cold bath, 3 lumber attics. Roof wants repair; wood and iron store; fowl pens. Fruit trees; north fence belongs.  

£30. 

£28;
£19 11s. 

July 1901; £665 for house, garden and orchard (includes 268). 

Includes 268 (total valuation acreage 1a 3r 22p).
£665
£240
£665
£240 

B = £395.
F = £20;
O = £10;
S = £425. 

28/02/1913.

Badsey
267
(map D)
IR58/93292
24/10/1912 

Greenhouse;
1a 3r 35p. 

Badsey Fields Lane - The Sands
 

Arthur Edward JONES  

A E JONES,
Malvern House, Badsey 

Market garden land: 3 short rows of trees; old glasshouse. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£2 5s;
£2. 

 

£185
£160
£185
£160 

B = £20.
F = £3;
O = £2;
S = £25. 

28/02/1913.

Badsey
268
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Orchard;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Hight Street - rear of Malvern House
 

Arthur Edward JONES  

A E JONES,
Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 266. 

£6. 

£5 12s;
£5 7s. 

July 1901; price details included in 266. 

Included in 266. 

 

 

Badsey
269
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Land;
5a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Second Sand
 

Arthur Edward JONES  

A E JONES,
Malvern House, Badsey 

Market garden land: brick and tile shed. 

£20. 

£20;
£19. 

1901; £400. 

£500
£475
£500
£475 

B = £10.
O = £15;
S = £25. 

28/02/1913.

Badsey
270
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Land;
1a 1r 35p;
freehold. 

Near Badsey Fields Lane and adjoining Long Close Orchard
 

A & G JONES  

Miss Augusta Emma JONES,
Parkfield, Lancaster (pencilled note to say "Now deceased, do not serve until names of executors have been ascertained"; by 7/3/1913 the executor had been established and Mr A E Jones of Malvern House was served with a copy of the Provisional Valuation) 

Market garden land: 10 short rows of Pershores; 1 long row of Pershores. 

£14;
year;
valuer has put a note in brackets after £14 saying: £8 & £6, but this must not be taken to mean the value to any tenant. 

£12;
£11 8s. 

29/09/1890; £315 for this land and also the plot of land belonging to Mr Kelland upon which the house now occupied by Geoffrey Jones has been erected since the date of the purchase. 

£110
£100
£110
£100 

F = £10.
S = £10. 

26/02/1913; Geoffrey JONES; Norfolk House, Badsey; purchaser; sold for £100.

Badsey
271
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

House;
0a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[Norfolk House, 34 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 119 

Geoffrey JONES  

John S KELLAND,
Badsey Fields Lane, Badsey 

Brick and tile detached house in fair repair: dining room, drawing room, conservatory, kitchen, pantry, scullery, water closet and coalhouse, 4 bedrooms and bathroom (hot and cold),13 years old. Old wood and iron sheds and pigsty. 

£2;
year. 

£20;
£17. 

1898; £50; erected house. 

£550
£50
£550
£50 

B = £500.
S = £500. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
272
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

House, Greenhouse and Land;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[The Cottage, 24 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 117 

J S KELLAND  

John S KELLAND,
Badsey Fields Lane, Badsey 

Brick and tile detached house: living-room, breakfast room, kitchen, scullery, hall pantry, small conservatory, water closet and coalhouse, 3 bedrooms and boxroom. 2 glasshouses; brick and iron stable for 2 and cart shed; wood and iron shed.  

£25 10s. 

£27 10s;
£23 14s. 

1901; £83 for land; £400 (house built 1903). 

£470
£80
£470
£80 

B = £385.
F = £5.
S = £390. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
273
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

House;
600 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Primrose Cottage
[Primrose Cottage, 5 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 143 

Charles JONES  

Charles JONES,
Primrose Villa, Badsey 

Brick and tile in good repair, about 1893: 2 front rooms, 1 with bay window, pantry, back kitchen, water closet and coalhouse, 3 bedrooms. Brick and tile stable, loft over.  

£16. 

£13;
£11. 

1893; £51; £260. 

£370
£50
£370
£50 

B = £320.
S = £320. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
274
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

House;
0a 0r 16p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Beulah House
[64 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 273 

Alfred George JINKS  

Mrs Lucy JINKS,
Beulah House, Badsey (1909 return had Alfred Jinks as the owner but this was amended to his wife, Lucy, by the Field Book and Provisional Valuation) 

Double-fronted 14-year-old brick and tile detached cottage: hall, 2 front rooms, storeroom, back kitchen, pantry, lean-to wash-house, 4 bedrooms (2 small at back); brick and tile stable; cart house, loft over.  

£13;
estimated rent. 

£13;
£11. 

c1903; £270; £30. 

£300
£30
£300
£30 

B = £270.
S = £270. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
275
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Land;
0a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

The Sands
 

John KEEN  

John KEEN,
Badsey 

Market garden land: 8 rows of Pershores.  

£4. 

£3 5s;
£3 2s. 

c1890; £85. 

£100
£90
£100
£90 

F = £8;
O = £2;
S = £10. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
276
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (276-280);
freehold. 

The Green
[Demolished 1930s, adjoined to 18 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 153 

Alfred GROVE  

Mrs Jane JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

5 cottages and land: 0.547 + 0.7 (land between cottages and Badsey Fields Lane) = 1.247. Old brick and thatched cottage in very bad repair: kitchen and back kitchen; 2 bedrooms; 1 pump for 5; 1 wash-house for 3; 1 water closet for 2.  

£6 10s;
week;
less 21/- rates paid by owner. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Includes 277-280, 286 (total valuation acreage 1a 1r 0p).
£490
£260
£490
£260 

B = £200.
F = £30.
S = £230. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
277
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (276-280);
freehold. 

The Green
[Demolished 1930s, adjoined to 18 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 154 

William SANDFORD  

Mrs J JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Old brick and thatch: kitchen and pantry, 2 bedrooms. 

£6 10s;
week;
less 21/- rates paid by owner. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 276. 

 

 

Badsey
278
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (276-280);
freehold. 

The Green
[18 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 155 

George JELFS  

Mrs J JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Brick and tile, poor repair: kitchen and pantry, 2 bedrooms.  

£6 10s;
week;
less 21/- rates paid by owner. 

£4;
£3 5s. 

 

Included in 276. 

 

 

Badsey
279
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (276-280);
freehold. 

The Green
[20 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 156 

John KEEN  

Mrs J JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Stone and tile cottage, bad repair: kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, 2 bedrooms, separate privy and brick and tile wash-house. 

£8 10s;
quarter;
less £1 11s rates paid by owner. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 276. 

 

 

Badsey
280
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (276-280);
freehold. 

The Green
[22 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 157 

Alfred ANKER  

Mrs J JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Brick and tile detached cottage, fair repair: kitchen, back kitchen and pantry; lean-to timber and tile wash-house; 2 bedrooms; privy and pigsty. 

£10;
week;
less £1 10s rates paid by owner. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 276. 

 

 

Badsey
281
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

House;
1a 1r 15p;
freehold. 

High Street - Hollywood Villa
[Hollywood Villa, 10 High Street]
1911 census schedule 220 

H J JOHNS  

Mrs Jane JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Part stone, part brick and tile house, an old place recently done up and in good repair: drawing-room, kitchen and back kitchen, 3 bedrooms and box room. 2 lots of brick and tile shedding, stables and pigstys. Ordnance Nos 120, 125, 126, 127.  

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

 

Includes 282, 283 (total valuation acreage 3a 1r 15p).
£1550
£500
£1550
£500 

B = £1000.
F = £40;
O = £10;
S = £1050. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
282
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

House and Warehouse;
0a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

High Street - Harrington House
[Harrington House, 8 High Street]
1911 census schedule 221 

Mrs Jane JOHNS  

Mrs J JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Substantial stone and tile house, old but good repair: 2 front sitting-rooms, entrance passage, large kitchen, stone floor, larder, cellar store, 5 bedrooms, 2 small, one through other, 5 attic rooms. 2 wood and thatch barns, stone and tile coach-house and lofts over; coalshed, granary, woodstore and barn. 

£30. 

£30 10s;
£25 9s. 

 

Included in 281. 

 

 

Badsey
283
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Orchard;
1a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

High Street - rear of Harrington House
 

Messrs S JOHNS & SONS  

Mrs J JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Pasture orchard. 

£10. 

£10;
£9 10s. 

 

Included in 281. 

 

 

Badsey
284
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Orchard;
1a 0r 14p;
freehold. 

Adjacent High Street and Old Road
 

Messrs S JOHNS & SONS  

Mrs Jane JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Fully planted pasture orchard. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£6 10s;
£6 3s. 

 

£230
£180
£230
£180 

F = £25;
O = £25;
S = £50. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
285
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Land;
4a 3r 28p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Myers Bush Close
 

Messrs S JOHNS & SONS  

Mrs Jane JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Market garden land (Ordnance No part 174); partly planted with Victorias, apples, early prolifics, Pershores. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£9 15s;
£9 5s. 

 

£500
£350
£500
£350 

F = £150.
S = £150. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
286
(map D)
IR58/93292
10/09/1912 

Land;
0a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Part of Ox Close Badsey
 

Messrs S JOHNS & SONS  

Mrs J JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Arable enclosure, fully planted with trees. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£2 5s;
£2 2s. 

 

Included in 276. 

 

 

Badsey
287
(map D)
IR58/93292
06/09/1912 

Land;
9a 1r 28p;
freehold. 

Salter Street
 

Edwin BELL (also William Ballard, C A Binyon, Mrs M Geden, Thomas Crane) 

Mrs Jane JOHNS,
Harrington House, Badsey 

Heavy land used as market garden. 

£22 10s;
year. 

£22 12s;
£21 9s. 

 

£520
£500
£520
£500 

B = £7.
F = £3;
O = £10;
S = £20. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
288
(map D)
IR58/93292
16/09/1911 

House and Agricultural Land;
1a 0r 17p;
freehold. 

Rose Villa
[1 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 41 

Henry KEEN  

Henry KEEN,
Rose Villa, Badsey 

Brick and tile detached house: hall. kitchen, parlour, big pantry, back kitchen. Glasshouse at side, water closet and coalhouse; 3 bedrooms. Brick and tile stable and coach-house loft over; 12 rows of trees. 

£22. 

£18;
£15 13s. 

 

£550
£230
£550
£230 

B = £300.
F = £20.
S = £320. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
289
(map D)
IR58/93292
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 21p (289-290);
freehold. 

High Street
[Demolished 1950s, on site of 38 High Street]
1911 census schedule 195 

Charles KEYTE  

Henry KEEN,
Rose Villa, Badsey 

Old stone half-timber and daub and tile cottage: living-room, pantry, lean-to small back kitchen, 1 bedroom; timber and thatch hovel, tap and privy. 

£5;
half year. 

£3;
£2 7s. 

30/06/1899; £165 (includes 290). 

Includes 290.
£200
£80
£200
£80 

B = £120.
S = £120. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
290
(map D)
IR58/93292
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 21p (289-290);
freehold. 

High Street
[Demolished 1950s, on site of 38 High Street]
1911 census schedule 196 

Mary PITCHER  

Henry KEEN,
Rose Villa, Badsey 

Old stone half-timber and daub and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room, kitchen and pantry, 2 bedrooms, tap and privy.  

£7;
half year. 

£5;
£4. 

30/06/1899; price details included in 289. 

Included in 289. 

 

 

Badsey
291
(map D)
IR58/93292
05/09/1912 

House, Greenhouse and Land;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Sandford Villa
[10 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 107&108 

Mrs E KNIGHT  

Mrs E KNIGHT,
Sandford Villa, Badsey 

Brick and tile double-fronted house, built in 1891 in good repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, brickwork kitchen, pantry, 3 bedrooms. Greenhouse,hovel and pigsty. 

£16 7s. 

£16 7s;
£14 7s. 

September 1890; £89; £260. 

£360
£100
£360
£100 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
292
(map D)
IR58/93292
03/09/1912 

House and Land;
0a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Ivy House
[25 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 102 

Joseph KNIGHT  

Joseph KNIGHT,
Ivy House, Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage: kitchen and pantry, parlour, back kitchen, brew-house, 3 bedrooms, 1 over back kitchen. Brick and tile hovel and pigsty 

£16. 

£13;
£11 5s. 

 

£460
£140
£460
£140 

B = £320.
S = £320. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
293
(map D)
IR58/93292
05/09/1912 

Cottage and Land;
0a 3r 24p;
freehold. 

The Sands - Summerfield Cottage
[14 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 110 

Charles KNIGHT  

Joseph KNIGHT,
Ivy House, Badsey 

Brick and tile double-fronted house built in 1891 in good repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, pantry, big lean-to brickwork kitchen; coalhouse and water closet; 3 bedrooms; stable, cart house, loft over, and pigsty.  

£17;
half year. 

£12 7s;
£10 16s. 

September 1890; £81; £205. 

£320
£90
£320
£90 

B = £230.
S = £230. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
294
(map D)
IR58/93292
03/09/1912 

House;
600 sq yds;
freehold. 

High Street
[The Little Cottage, 34 High Street]
1911 census schedule 199 

T J SEARS  

William MUSTOE,
Church View, Badsey 

Stone, brick and slate house, fine repair but damp: 2 sitting-rooms, pantry, wash-house, 2 bedrooms and box room, wood and iron coalhouse and privy; brick and tile pigsty. 

£12. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

29/05/1901; see Form 4 (not available) - includes 295, 634, 635. 

£180
£30
£180
£30 

B = £150.
S = £150. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
295
(map D)
IR58/93292
03/09/1912 

Buildings and Land;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road (south side)
 

Messrs F G & A L TAYLOR  

William MUSTOE,
Church View, Badsey 

Land used as nursery with brick and tile shed. 

£10;
lease;
7 years;
25/03/1910. 

£7;
£6 11s. 

29/05/1901; see Form 4 (not available) - includes 294, 634, 635. 

£185
£170
£185
£170 

B = £15.
S = £15. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
296
(map D)
IR58/93292
05/09/1912 

House;
77 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Hinton Villa
[Hinton Villa, 9 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 141 

Henry KELLAND  

George MARSHALL,
Ballards Farm, Hinton, near Evesham 

Built 1894, brick and tile house, good repair: 2 front rooms, back kitchen, pantry, 3 bedrooms, 1 over back kitchen, privy. Brick and tile stable and cart house, loft over; wood and iron shed; brick and slate water closet and coalhouse not used; large wood and iron shed at bottom of garden, good repair. 

£19;
10 years;
1907. 

£14;
£11 17s. 

c1893; £35; £340. 

£370
£50
£370
£50 

B = £320.
S = £320. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
297
(map D)
IR58/93292
03/09/1912 

Land;
9a 3r 36p;
freehold. 

Adds Hill
 

Henry KELLAND  

George MARSHALL,
Ballards Farm, Hinton, near Evesham 

Land, fairly heavily used for market gardening. 

£24;
10 years;
1907. 

£20;
£19. 

c1890; £300; £100 for trees and bushes. 

£481
£451
£480
£450 

B = £5.
F = £25.
S = £30;
R = £1; easement (footpath along one side of field). 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
298
(map D)
IR58/93292
03/09/1912 

Land and Greenhouse;
354 sq yds;
freehold. 

The Green
 

Joseph MARSHALL  

Joseph MARSHALL,
Badsey 

Land, fairly heavy used for market gardening, with poor glasshouse and two rows of frames. 

£1 10s. 

£1;
£0 17s. 

02/09/1909; £17 14s for land; £30 for building greenhouses. 

£35
£15
£35
£15 

B = £20.
S = £20. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
299
(map D)
IR58/93292
03/09/1912 

Greenhouse;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
 

William BALLARD  

William BALLARD,
Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 301. 

£2. 

£2;
£1 14s. 

 

Included in 301. 

 

 

Badsey
300
(map D)
IR58/93292
05/09/1912 

House;
700 sq yds;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[15 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 113 

William BALLARD  

William BALLARD,
Badsey Fields Lane, Badsey 

Brick and tile house in good repair: sitting-room, board floor, bay window, kitchen, back kitchen, water closet; wood and iron stable and pigsty, 3 bedrooms. 

£13;
estimated rent. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

October 1905; £52 10s for land; £227 for house. 

£280
£55
£280
£55 

B = £225.
S = £225. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
301
(map D)
IR58/93293
06/09/1912 

House, Greenhouse and Land;
4a 1r 32p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[29 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 118 

A & W BALLARD (about 2 acres let to William Ballard on yearly tenancy; remainder of land, house and buildings occupied by owner, valued at £20) 

Alfred BALLARD,
Badsey Fields Lane, Badsey 

Brick and tile double-fronted house in good repair, about 6 years old, sitting-room bay window, kitchen and back kitchen, glass passage outside to lean-to scullery, 3 bedrooms, 50 ft greenhouse, 40 ft greenhouse, wood and iron sheds and coalhouse, wood and iron stable and sheds, loft over. Land used as market garden, 13 short rows of fruit trees. 

£6;
year;
about 2 acres let to William Ballard on yearly tenancy; remainder of land, house and buildings occupied by owner. 

£26;
£23 8s. 

Not given; £325; £250. 

Includes 209.
£700
£370
£700
£370 

B = £305.
F = £25.
S = £330. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
302
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

House;
800 sq yds;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[13 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 112 

Augustine DORE  

Augustine DORE,
Badsey Fields Lane, Badsey 

Brick and tile double-fronted house about 6 years old in good repair, sitting-room, board floor, bay window, kitchen, back kitchen, water closet, wood and iron stable and cart shed. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

28/10/1905; £60; £225. 

£290
£60
£290
£60 

B = £230.
S = £230. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
303
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

House;
775 sq yds;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[17 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 114 

John DORE  

John DORE,
Badsey Fields Lane, Badsey 

Brick and tile double-fronted house about 6 years old in good repair, sitting-room, board floor, bay window, kitchen, back kitchen, water closet, pantry, wood and iron shed, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

 

£290
£60
£290
£60 

B = £230.
S = £230. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
304
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

House;
700 sq yds;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[Misty Beginnings, 19 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 115 

Walter HARWOOD  

Walter HARWOOD,
Badsey Fields Lane, Badsey 

Brick and tile double-fronted house in good repair about 6 years old: sitting-room, board floor, bay window, kitchen, back kitchen, kitchen, pantry, water closet; wood and iron shed. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

 

£285
£55
£285
£55 

B = £230.
S = £230. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
305
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

House;
600 sq yds;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
[11 Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 111 

W R WILKINS  

W R WILKINS,
Badsey Fields Lane, Badsey 

Brick and tile double-fronted house in good repair about 6 years old: sitting-room, board floor, bay window, kitchen, back kitchen, kitchen, pantry, water closet; wood and iron stable and coalhouse; 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

 

£275
£45
£275
£45 

B = £230.
S = £230. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
306
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

Land;
1000 sq yds;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane
 

Charles KNIGHT  

Charles KNIGHT,
Summerfield Cottage, Badsey 

Market garden land: bare land, iron railings. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£0 11s;
£0 11s. 

 

£75
£75
£75
£75 

 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
307
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 12p;
freehold. 

Westlea
[West Lea, 24 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 235&236 

Emanuel DORE  

James Edwin PENDLEBURY,
16 Knight Street, Didsbury, Manchester 

Built 1903, brick and tile house in fair repair: sitting-room board floor and bay window; passage kitchen, back kitchen, kitchen and pantry, 3 bedrooms (2 small); wood and iron shed (tenants). 

£13;
week. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£230
£10
£230
£10 

B = £220.
S = £220. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
308
(map D)
IR58/93293
07/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (308-309);
freehold. 

Westlea
[West Lea, 26 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 237 

F ALLARD  

James Edwin PENDLEBURY,
16 Knight Street, Didsbury, Manchester 

Built 1903, brick and tile house in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, bay window, passage, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, 3 bedrooms (2 small), glasshouse on brick foundation, 5 rows of trees. 

£13 13s;
week. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

Includes 309.
£245
£25
£245
£25 

B = £220.
S = £220. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
309
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

Land and Greenhouse;
0a 2r 0p (308-309);
freehold. 

Badsey
 

F ALLARD  

James Edwin PENDLEBURY,
16 Knight Street, Didsbury, Manchester 

None given - see Badsey 308. 

£4;
week. 

£3 10s;
£3 4s. 

 

Included in 308. 

 

 

Badsey
310
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
300 sq yds;
freehold. 

Orchard View - No 2
[Orchard View, 20 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 234 

Miss Maud E PENDLEBURY  

Miss Maud E PENDLEBURY (Mrs Newbury by time of Provisional Valuation),
2 Orchard View, Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, furnace, pantry, water closet, 3 bedrooms. Walls damp on south side; wood and iron shed. 

£13 13s;
week;
estimated rent. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£230
£10
£230
£10 

B = £220.
S = £220. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
311
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

Cottage;
300 sq yds;
freehold. 

Orchard View - No 1
[Orchard View, 22 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 233 

Wilfred GEDEN  

Miss Maud E PENDLEBURY (Mrs Newbury by time of Provisional Valuation),
2 Orchard View, Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, furnace, pantry, water closet, 3 bedrooms. Walls damp on south side; wood and iron shed. 

£13 13s;
week. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£230
£10
£230
£10 

B = £220.
S = £220. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
312
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 3p (312-315);
freehold. 

Mill Lane
[50 High Street]
1911 census schedule 178 

George CHURCHILL  

Miss Maud E PENDLEBURY (Mrs Newbury by time of Provisional Valuation),
2 Orchard View, Badsey 

Brick and tile house in fair repair: living-room, kitchen, pantry, coalhouse, 2 bedrooms, wash-house for 4 cottages. 

£6 18s 8d;
week. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Includes 313-315.
£380
£80
£380
£80 

B = £300.
S = £300. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
313
(map D)
IR58/93293
12/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 3p (312-315);
freehold. 

Mill Lane
[48 High Street]
1911 census schedule 179 

James HARDIMAN  

Miss Maud E PENDLEBURY,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, 2 bedrooms. 

£9 2s;
week. 

£6 10s;
£5 5s. 

 

Included in 312. 

 

 

Badsey
314
(map D)
IR58/93293
06/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 3p (312-315);
freehold. 

Mill Lane
[46 High Street]
1911 census schedule 180 

William HANCOX  

Miss Maud E PENDLEBURY,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, 2 bedrooms. 

£9 2s;
week. 

£6 10s;
£5 5s. 

 

Included in 312. 

 

 

Badsey
315
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 3p (312-315);
freehold. 

Mill Lane
[Field Cottage, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 181 

John KNIGHT  

Miss Maud E PENDLEBURY,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, 2 bedrooms, coalhouse. 

£9 10s 8d;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

Included in 312. 

 

 

Badsey
316
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 32p (316-317);
freehold. 

Vale Cottage - No 2
[Vale Cottage, 29 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 238 

John BIRD  

Mrs Emma WILSON,
The Haven, Badsey 

Brick and tile house in fair repair: living-room, kitchen, wood and iron back kitchen, shed, 2 bedrooms; damp by dormer windows; wood and iron shed. Shares water closet with 317. 

£6;
month;
actual rent £6 but estimated £7. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Includes 317.
£235
£15
£235
£10 

B = £220.
S = £220;
R = £5. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
317
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 32p (316-317);
freehold. 

Vale Cottage - No 1
[Vale Cottage, 27 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 239 

James NEWBURY  

Mrs Emma WILSON,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room, back kitchen, pantry, furnace outside, 2 bedrooms. Shares water closet with 316. 

£6;
quarter. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 316. 

 

 

Badsey
318
(map B&D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

House, Buildings and Land;
6a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Near The Royal Oak Inn
[45 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 254 

Alfred KERR  

Alfred KERR,
Badsey 

Brick and tile detached house, 1887, good repair: entrance hall, 2 front sitting-rooms, dairy and kitchen, cellars, 2 bedrooms with bay and side windows and back bedrooms, back kitchen, kitchen and sink, hot and cold, 2 ash closets and office. Slaughter house and cow sheds with loft. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£37 10s;
£33 2s. 

 

£1500
£560
£1500
£560 

B = £880.
F = £20;
O = £40;
S = £940. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
319
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Land;
8a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Salter Street
 

George HUNT (also John Collett, Charles Collett) 

Alfred KERR,
Badsey 

Heavy land used for market gardens. 

£0;
year;
no rent amount given. 

£9 17s;
£18 17s. 

 

£460
£460
£450
£450 

R = £10; easement. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
320
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

Land;
2a 1r 0p (320-321);
freehold. 

Bretforton Road (south side)
 

C A BINYON  

Alfred KERR,
Badsey 

Market garden land: 10 rows of Pershores; apple trees by greenhouse. 

£0;
year;
no rent amount given. 

£8;
£7 12s. 

 

Includes 321.
£355
£225
£355
£225 

B = £100.
F = £30.
S = £130. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
321
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Greenhouse;
2a 1r 0p (320-321);
freehold. 

Bretforton Road (south side)
 

C A BINYON  

C A BINYON,
Badsey 

3 span greenhouse on brick foundation, 120ft long; wood and iron shed. Greenhouse erected on land held on lease with power of removal; lessor A Kerr 21 years. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£8;
£6 16s. 

 

Included in 320. 

 

 

Badsey
322
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

House and Land;
0a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

The Green - Roseberry Villa
[Chalcroft, 16 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 231 

Albert PORTER  

Mrs M A PORTER,
Green Dragon, Oat Street, Evesham 

See Auction Sale March 1912, withdrawn at £620. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£17 10s;
£15. 

 

£700
£150
£700
£150 

B = £540.
F = £10.
S = £550. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
323
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Cottage;
350 sq yds. 

Lanket Lane
[37 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 164 

Frederick JELFS  

William James Royle PARTRIDGE,
Rose & Crown Hotel, High Street, Evesham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair about 14 years old: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, separate pantry, tile floor, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
included in 326. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£15
£220
£15 

B = £205.
S = £205. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
324
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

Cottage;
315 sq yds. 

Lanket Lane
[39 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 165 

T TAYLOR  

William James Royle PARTRIDGE,
Rose & Crown Hotel, High Street, Evesham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair about 14 years old: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, separate pantry, tile floor, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
included in 326. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£15
£220
£15 

B = £205.
S = £205. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
325
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

Cottage;
315 sq yds. 

Lanket Lane
[41 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 166 

YEATES  

William James Royle PARTRIDGE,
Rose & Crown Hotel, High Street, Evesham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair about 14 years old: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, separate pantry, tile floor, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
included in 326. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£15
£220
£15 

B = £205.
S = £205. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
326
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/09/1912 

Cottage;
380 sq yds;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane
[43 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 167 

J E KNIGHT  

William James Royle PARTRIDGE,
Rose & Crown Hotel, High Street, Evesham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair about 14 years old: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, separate pantry, tile floor, 3 bedrooms. 

£12 7s;
week;
includes 323, 324, 325. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

1902; land bought at 1/- per yard; building house. 

£220
£15
£220
£15 

B = £205.
S = £205. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
327
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Beerhouse;
0a 1r 37p;
freehold. 

The Wheatsheaf
[The Wheatsheaf, 29 High Street]
1911 census schedule 194 

Thomas MARSHALL  

FLOWER & SONS LTD,
Stratford-on-Avon 

Beer on. Brick and tile, fair for age. 1st floor: 4 bedrooms, boxroom, water closet. Ground floor: tap room, bar, smoke room, cellar, private sitting room, kitchen, club room, small store. Outside: brick and slate cart shed and stable (4), loft over; urinal, water closet, thatched barn. 

£0;
agreement (3 mths notice);
year;
not applicable. 

£35;
£29 15s. 

01/01/1896 (Mrs Fanny Wright to Flowers & Sons); £1366; £700. 

Objected to 16th August 1913.
£1275
£230
£1275
£230 

B = £1045.
S = £1045. 

 

Badsey
328
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Public House and Premises;
3230 sq yds;
freehold. 

Royal Oak Inn
[Round Of Gras. 47 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 256 

E E MUSTOE  

SLADDEN & COLLIER LTD,
Evesham 

Brick and slate. 2nd floor: 3 bedrooms. Ground floor: bar, tap room, snug, larder, store, club room, cellar, bottle store, kitchen, cider house, earth closet. 

£32;
quarter. 

£35;
£29 15s. 

23/02/1897; £1200; £100. 

£1250
£240
£1250
£240 

B = £1010.
S = £1010. 

 

Badsey
329
(map D)
IR58/93293
05/09/1912 

Land;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Sands Lane
 

Henry SMITH  

Hubert SMITH,
Bengeworth Fields, Evesham 

Market garden land: no buildings or fruit trees. 

£17 10s;
year. 

£11;
£10 9s. 

28/09/1890; £275. 

£425
£425
£425
£425 

 

27/02/1913; sold for £400.

Badsey
330
(map D)
IR58/93293
03/12/1912 

House;
732 sq yds;
freehold. 

Post Office Lane - Gladstone Villa
[Lanesfield, 18 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 230 

Frederick STEWART  

Henry STEWART,
15 Mill Street, Evesham 

Brick and tile detached villa with 732 sq yds of garden and outbuildings: 2 front sitting-rooms, one bay window, board floor, kitchen with pantry, 3 bedrooms, lean-to scullery and furnace; tap water and water closet; wood and iron stable and greenhouse; iron rails. Built 1899. 

£10;
quarter. 

£12;
£10 2s. 

January 1899; £32; £240. 

£500
£35
£500
£35 

B = £465.
S = £465. 

11/12/1912; Frederick Cockerton STEWART; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £200 (note in Field Book says sale price is "absurdly low").

Badsey
331
(map D)
IR58/93293
12/11/1912 

Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

The Sands
 

Joseph MARSHALL  

Arthur E JONES,
High Street, Badsey 

Market garden land: glasshouse of no value. 

£8;
year. 

£7;
£6 13s. 

December 1909; £205. 

£185
£185
£185
£185 

 

28/02/1913.

Badsey
332
(map D)
IR58/93293
13/11/1912 

Land;
0a 2r 9p;
freehold. 

Chapel Street (east side) - Sands Garden
 

Jesse KNIGHT  

Jesse KNIGHT ,
Jesse Knight given as owner in the 1909 return and in the Field Book, but the Provisional Valuation has Albert H Sharp of Prospect Terrace, Mount Eden, Auckland, New Zealand 

A piece of building land between Ivy House and Rose Villa, Chapel Street, Badsey, with a few fruit trees upon it, nil value. 

£2 10s. 

£2 4s;
£2 2s. 

June 1910; £103. 

£110
£110
£110
£110 

 

28/11/1912; Jesse D KNIGHT; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £110.

Badsey
333
(map D)
IR58/93293
04/12/1911 

House;
0a 1r 6p;
freehold. 

Chapel Street
[4 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 132 

Frank CASWELL  

R R SMITH,
61 Windsor Road, Evesham (Honeybourne in 1909 return) 

Brick, stone, tile house in fair repair: living-room kitchen, separate pantry, stone floor, 3 bedrooms, dormer windows. Brick and tile blacksmith's shop in poor repair; stable, carthouse. water closet, 2 pigstys. 

£20;
quarter. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

c1901; £325; unknown but considerable. 

£320
£70
£320
£70 

B = £250.
S = £250. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
334
(map D)
IR58/93293
02/12/1911 

Cottage;
270 sq yds;
freehold. 

Adjacent to the footpath across the Little Green
[14 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 232 

F FIELD (Mrs Boswell in 1909 return) 

Arthur SEARS,
Hill View, Badsey 

Built 1854, brick and slate cottage old and poor repair: living-room, kitchen, lean-to back kitchen, brick and tile; 2 bedrooms. 

£10;
week. 

£6;
£4 5s. 

 

£110
£10
£110
£10 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
335
(map D)
IR58/93293
13/11/1912 

Land;
2a 0r 24p;
freehold. 

Salter Street
 

Thomas SEARS  

Thomas SEARS,
Hopyard Villas, Badsey 

Land, pasture. 

£2 17s. 

£3;
£2 17s. 

Not given; £74. 

£115
£90
£115
£90 

B = £25.
S = £25. 

30/09/1912; sold for £54; £40.

Badsey
336
(map D)
IR58/93293
13/11/1912 

Land;
3a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Hadds Hill
 

William SAVAGE  

William SAVAGE,
Badsey 

Market garden land: 12 rows of Pershores; timber and iron shed. 

£7. 

£7;
£6 13s. 

November 1902; £145. 

£200
£175
£200
£175 

B = £10.
F = £15.
S = £25. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
337
(map D)
IR58/93293
13/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (337-346);
freehold. 

Silk Mill Lane - Silk Mill Cottages
[Demolished c1970, adjacent to current Silk Mill Cottages, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 184 

Charles ALLCHURCH (Henry Salter in 1909 return) 

William Corbett PARKER,
Manor Farm, Church Honeybourne 

Built 1864, brick and tile cottage in bad repair, formerly old silk mill: living-room and pantry, 1 bedroom. 1 tap for 10 cottages, 2 wash-houses for 10 cottages, 5 privies for 10 cottages. 

£4;
quarter. 

£4;
£5 5s. 

 

Includes 338-346.
£760
£60
£750
£50 

B = £700.
S = £700;
R = £10; public right of way. 

29/11/1912; passed for Estate Duty at £750, 25/2/1915.

Badsey
338
(map D)
IR58/93293
13/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (337-346);
freehold. 

Silk Mill Lane - Silk Mill Cottages
[Demolished c1970, adjacent to current Silk Mill Cottages, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 185 

Thomas CRANE Senior  

W C PARKER,
Honeybourne 

Brick and tile cottage in bad repair, part of old silk mill: living-room, back kitchen and pantry, 3 bedrooms. 

£7 10s;
quarter. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

Included in 337. 

 

 

Badsey
339
(map D)
IR58/93293
13/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (337-346);
freehold. 

Silk Mill Lane - Silk Mill Cottages
[Demolished c1970, adjacent to current Silk Mill Cottages, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 186 

Charles P BROOKES  

W C PARKER,
Honeybourne 

Brick and tile cottage in bad repair, part of old silk mill: living-room, pantry, 2 bedrooms. 

£5;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 337. 

 

 

Badsey
340
(map D)
IR58/93293
02/12/1911 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (337-346);
freehold. 

Silk Mill Lane - Silk Mill Cottages
[Demolished c1970, adjacent to current Silk Mill Cottages, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 187 

Mary BROOKES  

W C PARKER,
Honeybourne 

Brick and tile cottage in bad repair, part of old silk mill: living-room, pantry, 2 bedrooms. 

£5;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 337. 

 

 

Badsey
341
(map D)
IR58/93293
02/12/1911 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (337-346);
freehold. 

Silk Mill Lane - Silk Mill Cottages
[Demolished c1970, adjacent to current Silk Mill Cottages, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 188 

Thomas CRANE Junior  

W C PARKER,
Honeybourne 

Brick and tile cottage in bad repair, part of old silk mill: living-room, back kitchen, 2 bedrooms, very small. 

£5;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 337. 

 

 

Badsey
342
(map D)
IR58/93293
02/12/1911 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (337-346);
freehold. 

Silk Mill Lane - Silk Mill Cottages
[3 Silk Mill Cottages, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 189 

Charles MOULBERY  

W C PARKER,
Honeybourne 

Brick and slate cottage in bad repair, part of old silk mill: living-room, back kitchen, 2 bedrooms. 

£7;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 337. 

 

 

Badsey
343
(map D)
IR58/93293
26/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (337-346);
freehold. 

Silk Mill Lane - Silk Mill Cottages
[4 Silk Mill Cottages, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 190 

John CRANE  

W C PARKER,
Honeybourne 

Brick and slate cottage in bad repair, part of old silk mill: living-room, back kitchen, 2 bedrooms. 

£8;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 337. 

 

 

Badsey
344
(map D)
IR58/93293
26/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (337-346);
freehold. 

Silk Mill Lane - Silk Mill Cottages
[Part of 4 and part of 5 Silk Mill Cottages, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 191 

Thomas TAYLOR Junior  

W C PARKER,
Honeybourne 

Brick and slate cottage in bad repair, part of old silk mill: living-room, back kitchen, pantry, 2 bedrooms. 

£7;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 337. 

 

 

Badsey
345
(map D)
IR58/93293
26/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (337-346);
freehold. 

Silk Mill Lane - Silk Mill Cottages
[5 Silk Mill Cottages, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 192 

William KEYTE  

W C PARKER,
Honeybourne 

Brick and slate cottage in bad repair, part of old silk mill: living-room, back kitchen, pantry, 2 bedrooms. 

£7;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 337. 

 

 

Badsey
346
(map D)
IR58/93293
07/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 0p (337-346);
freehold. 

Silk Mill Lane - Silk Mill Cottages
[6 Silk Mill Cottages, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 193 

Edwin KNIGHT  

W C PARKER,
Honeybourne 

Brick and slate cottage in bad repair, part of old silk mill: living-room, back kitchen, 2 bedrooms. 

£7;
quarter. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 337. 

 

 

Badsey
347
(map D)
IR58/93293
26/11/1912 

Orchard;
0a 3r 18p;
freehold. 

Mill Lane - Mill Orchard
 

Edwin KNIGHT  

William Corbett PARKER,
Manor Farm, Church Honeybourne 

Pasture orchard. 

£4;
year. 

£4;
£3 16s. 

 

£100
£95
£100
£95 

F = £5.
S = £5. 

29/11/1912; passed for Estate Duty at £100, 25/2/1915.

Badsey
348
(map D)
IR58/93293
26/11/1912 

Orchard;
1a 2r 5p;
freehold. 

Mill Lane - Mill Orchard
 

William KNIGHT  

William Corbett PARKER,
Manor Farm, Church Honeybourne 

Land, pasture, orchard. 

£6;
year. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

£150
£125
£150
£125 

F = £25.
S = £25. 

29/11/1912; passed for Estate Duty at £150, 25/2/1915.

Badsey
349
(map D)
IR58/93293
26/11/1912 

House and Agricultural Land;
5a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Netherfield
[63 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 264 

Albert WYLES Junior  

Mrs Harriet May WYLES,
38 Windsor Road, Evesham 

Ord No185 and part 184 (4.977 acres as sealed). Brick and tile house: 3 bedrooms, bath hot and cold, water closet, hall, 2 sitting-rooms, kitchen, back kitchen, scullery (large rooms), sitting-rooms, board floors and bay window, cellar, outside water closet, tap water. 2 glasshouses and fruit trees mostly getting old. Good repair. 

£40;
includes 1116. 

£82 10s;
£75 10s. 

1904; £2500 for 18¾ acres and house, 13 acres since sold off (includes 1116). 

£1245
£500
£1245
£500 

B = £650.
F = £75;
O = £20;
S = £745. 

11/12/1912; Edwin ROBERTS; Netherfield, Badsey; purchaser; sold for £1295.

Badsey
350
(map B&D)
IR58/93293
26/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
19a 0r 17p;
freehold. 

Badsey to Bretforton Road (north side)
 

Albert WYLES Junior  

Mrs Harriet May WYLES,
Netherfield, Badsey 

Ord Nos pt 184-202-208- part 203. Land let in small holdings with brick and tile cart shed, stable and small glasshouse with brick foundation. 11 part rows of young apple trees to north of occupation road, 6 rows of aries? to west of occupation road, 7 rows of mixed east of occupation road, small meadow fenced off against brook. Original notes see Webb No 12 [not available]. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£14 10s;
£14. 

 

Includes 1076.
£1145
£1000
£1143
£998 

B = £20.
F = £125.
S = £145;
R = £2; easement. 

31/11/1912 amended 16/12/1912; The County Council of the Administrative County of Worcester ; purchaser; sold for £1142.

Badsey
351
(map D)
IR58/93293
26/11/1912 

Cottage;
220 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Vine Cottage
[Vine Cottage, 8 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 123 

John ROBERTS  

Mrs Emma WILSON,
The Haven, Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in poor repair: living-room, back kitchen, kitchen, pantry, shed, 2 bedrooms. Shares water closet with adjacent cottage. 

£6;
quarter. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

£85
£25
£80
£20 

B = £60.
S = £60;
R = £5; easement. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
352
(map D)
IR58/93293
07/09/1912 

Cottage and House;
0a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

The Manor House
[The Manor House, 4-6 High Street]
1911 census schedule 221A 

Unoccupied  

John T WINGFIELD,
125 Osbaldeston Road, Stamford Hill, London 

Old stone, half-timber and daub, tile and stone tiles: entrance hall (stone floors), dining room, back hall with 3rd staircase, drawing room on 1st floor, 5 bedrooms, water closet and bathroom, 3 attics, kitchen, wash-house, larder, housekeeper's room; stone and tile stabling for 4, 2 lofts over; stone and tile packing shed used of late as a cowhouse; slate and stone tile coach-house. Original Notes see Nares EDC book [not available]. 

£0;
unoccupied. 

£22;
£18 7s. 

06/01/1908; £911 (includes 353). 

Includes 353 (total valuation acreage 5a 0r 0p).
£1300
£700
£1300
£700 

B = £500.
F = £50;
O = £50;
S = £600. 

31/05/1912; sold for £2250; £1300.

Badsey
353
(map D)
IR58/93293
07/09/1912 

Orchard;
4a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

The Manor House
 

Henry KELLAND (no one listed in 1909 return) 

John T WINGFIELD,
125 Osbaldeston Road, Stamford Hill, London 

Orchard of mixed fruit; not in regular rows but pretty fully planted. Original notes see Nares EDC book [not available]. 

£20;
year;
Lady Day 1909. 

£20;
£19. 

06/01/1908; price details included in 352. 

Included in 352. 

 

 

Badsey
354
(map D)
IR58/93293
24/10/1912 

House and Orchard;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

High Street - The Firs
[The Firs, 27 High Street]
1911 census schedule 198 

Mrs E BYRD  

W R WARMINGTON,
The Bell, Badsey 

Brick and slate house: entrance hall, 2 front sitting-rooms, kitchen, scullery with furnace, 2 cupboards, cellar, pantry, 2 front bedrooms and large landing and 2 back bedrooms; back stairs; servants' room. 2-stall stable and loft; brick and tile carthouse; greenhouses belong to tenant. 

£38;
year. 

£30;
£26. 

October 1898; £600. 

£700
£200
£700
£200 

B = £500.
S = £500. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
355
(map D)
IR58/93293
24/10/1912 

Cottage;
120 sq yds. 

School Road - adjacent The Bell
[1 & 1A School Lane]
1911 census schedule 174 

Void 30 Apr 1909  

W R WARMINGTON,
The Bell, Badsey 

Two dilapidated cottages adjacent Bell Inn now pulled down and a new one erected in their place. 

£0;
unoccupied. 

£8;
£6 10s. 

March 1908; £120; c£15 to April 1909. 

£30
£20
£30
£20 

B = £10.
S = £10. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
356
(map D)
IR58/93293
24/10/1912 

Beerhouse;
0a 3r 7p (356-357);
freehold. 

The Bell
[The Old Bell Inn, 3 & 5 School Lane]
1911 census schedule 37 

W R WARMINGTON  

W R WARMINGTON,
The Bell, Badsey 

Beer on. Brick and slate, top floor cement, front fair: 3 bedrooms. Ground floor: smoke room, tap room, tap room, kitchen, cellar, old brewhouse, water closet, brewhouse, barn, urinal and orchard. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£18;
£15 5s. 

March 1908; £760; c£400 to April 1909. 

Includes 357.
£1100
£380
£1100
£380 

B = £720.
S = £720. 

 

Badsey
357
(map D)
IR58/93293
24/10/1912 

Orchard;
0a 3r 7p (356-357);
freehold. 

Adjacent School Road and Chapel Street
 

W R WARMINGTON  

W R WARMINGTON,
Badsey 

Included in 356. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£7;
£6 13s. 

March 1908; £200 (part of the orchard has since been sold). 

Included in 356. 

 

 

Badsey
358
(map F)
IR58/93293
24/10/1912 

Land;
3a 2r 4p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - Doctors Ground
 

W R WARMINGTON  

W R WARMINGTON,
The Bell, Badsey 

Land used for market gardening. 

£8. 

£10;
£9 10s. 

March 1908; £200. 

£215
£200
£215
£200 

B = £3.
O = £12;
S = £15. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
359
(map D)
IR58/93293
24/10/1912 

House;
320 sq yds;
freehold. 

Brewers Lane
[Tower View, 33 Brewers Lane (formerly semi-detached, c2000 made into a detached residence with 35)]
1911 census schedule 160&161 

George ROBBINS (Joseph Agg in 1909 return) 

Oddfellows Society ,
c/o Mr J E White, Secretary, 65 Port Street, Evesham 

Brick and tile cottage, poor internal repair: sitting-room, bay window, boarded floor, kitchen, back kitchen, water closet, stone floor, 3 bedrooms. 

£6 3s;
week;
including rates. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

£220
£15
£220
£15 

B = £205.
S = £205. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
360
(map D)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

House;
320 sq yds;
freehold. 

Brewers Lane
[35 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 162&163 

George ROBBINS (no one listed in 1909 return) 

Oddfellows Society ,
c/o Mr J E White, Secretary, 65 Port Street, Evesham 

Brick and tile cottage, poor internal repair: sitting-room, bay window, boarded floor, kitchen, back kitchen, water closet, stone floor, 3 bedrooms. 

£6 3s;
week;
including rates. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

£220
£15
£220
£15 

B = £205.
S = £205. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
361
(map D)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Council School;
0a 2r 16p;
freehold. 

Barkers Lane - Badsey Council School
[Badsey First School, School Lane]
1911 census schedule 39A 

Worcestershire County Council  

Worcestershire County Council ,
Worcester 

Brick and tile school, good repair (1894): 6 classrooms and 4 lobbies, asphalt playground. 

£0;
not applicable. 

£10;
£8 19s. 

27/06/1894 (covenant held upon trust for the purposes of a Public Elementary School); £90; erecting school. 

£1920
£220
£1920
£220 

B = £1700.
S = £1700. 

21/04/1914.

Badsey
362
(map D)
IR58/93293
28/11/1912 

House;
0a 0r 16p;
freehold. 

Barkers Lane - The School House
[School House, School Lane]
1911 census schedule 40 

J H MACDONALD  

Worcestershire County Council ,
Worcester 

Brick and tile house in good repair: 4 bedrooms and bathroom, 2 sitting-rooms, kitchen, scullery, pantry. Under teacher's agreement for service, he occupies the house and premises for so long as he holds the appointment, at low rent monitored below which is deducted from his salary monthly. 

£15;
under Teachers' agreement for service, he occupies the house and premises for so long as he holds the appointment, at the rent mentioned below which is deducted from his salary monthly. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

27/06/1894; £90; erecting school and premises. 

£480
£30
£480
£30 

B = £450.
S = £450. 

21/04/1914.

Badsey
363
(map F)
IR58/93293
23/11/1912 

Land;
1a 2r 11p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - Church Land
 

John MASON  

Churchwardens of Badsey ,
c/o Julius Sladden Esq, Badsey 

Poor old pasture. 

£1 10s;
year. 

£1 10s;
£1 8s. 

 

£50
£35
£50
£35 

T = £5.
O = £10;
S = £15. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
364
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Land;
9a 3r 7p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - Poors Land
 

John MASON  

Trustees of Bread Charity ,
c/o Julius Sladden Esq, Badsey 

Poor pasture. 

£6 15s;
year. 

£6 15s;
£6 8s. 

 

Objected to 7th Oct 1912.
£160
£150
£160
£150 

O = £10;
S = £10. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
365
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Land;
12a 2r 2p. 

Bowers Hill Allotments
 

James DE R OPENSHAW  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Heavy, used as allotments. 

£0;
valuer has written "not known". 

£0;
£0;
valuer has written "not known". 

 

£710
£540
£710
£540 

F = £150;
O = £20;
S = £170. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
366
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage and Land;
37a 2r 36p. 

Bowers Hill Farm
[Bowers Hill Farm Cottage, Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 91 

James DE R OPENSHAW (George Jones is also listed in Field Book) 

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Land, arable, planted with fruit trees just coming into bearing and farm buildings; brick and tile low shed for 6; open packing shed adjacent; open cart shed 2 bays. 

£0;
valuer has written "not known". 

£3;
£2 7s. 

 

£3395
£1925
£3395
£1925 

B = £145.
F = £1320;
O = £5;
S = £1470. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
367
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Buildings and Land;
47a 3r 6p;
freehold. 

Bowers Hill Farm
[Bowers Hill Farm and Cottage, Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 90 

James DE R OPENSHAW  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

House, buildings, pasture land, glasshouses and cottage. 

2 glasshouses 120 feet x 29 feet each, 3 glasshouses 120 feet x 25 feet, 1 glasshouse 100 feet x 12 feet; 2 packing sheds 150 feet x 27 feet each; brick reservoir for rainwater from glasshouses; handyman’s oil engine and engine house; 4 glasshouses heated. House – brick, plaster and tile, 2 attics and boxroom, 3 bedrooms, lavatory, bathroom, hot and cold, verandah, hall, 3 receptions rooms, stone floor, larder, kitchen and store, cellar (damp), coalhouse and furnace (not very good repair). Cottage – brick stone and tile, old but fair repair, laundry room, brick kitchen, ? wood and iron furnace coalhouse opening, 3 bedrooms.

£0;
valuer has written "not known". 

£0;
£0;
valuer has written "not known". 

 

Includes 368, 369 and Willersey (Gloucs) 92.
£4045
£2025
£4045
£2025 

B = £1800.
T = £30;
F = £65;
O = £125;
S = £2020. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
368
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Greenhouse;
freehold. 

Bowers Hill Farm
 

James DE R OPENSHAW  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

None given - see Badsey 367. 

£0;
valuer has written "not known". 

£15;
£12 15s. 

 

Included in 367. 

 

 

Badsey
369
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Greenhouse;
freehold. 

Part of Bowers Hill Farm
 

James DE R OPENSHAW  

J DE R OPENSHAW,
Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 367. 

£0;
greenhouses were built on land held on lease with the option of purchase but the lease has since been disclaimed by reason of the property being placed in Chancery so cannot give nature of interest in property. 

£30;
£25 10s. 

 

Included in 367. 

 

 

Badsey
370
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 20p;
freehold. 

1 Bowers Hill Cottages
[1 Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 92 

Richard HARDIMAN  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Brick to 1st floor, roughcast and tile cottage in fair repair but damp and poor construction: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, earth closet outside, 3 bedrooms. 

£10 8s;
week. 

£7;
£5 11s. 

No sale within 20 years so far as is known. 

£150
£10
£150
£10 

B = £140.
S = £140. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
371
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 18p;
freehold. 

2 Bowers Hill Cottages
[2 Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 93 

George COLE  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Brick to 1st floor, roughcast and tile cottage in fair repair but damp and poor construction: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, earth closet outside, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
no rent details given. 

£7;
£5 11s. 

 

£150
£10
£150
£10 

B = £140.
S = £140. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
372
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 18p;
freehold. 

3 Bowers Hill Cottages
[3 Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 94 

JONES  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Brick to 1st floor, roughcast and tile cottage in fair repair but damp and poor construction: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, earth closet outside, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
no rent details given. 

£7;
£5 11s. 

 

£150
£10
£150
£10 

B = £140.
S = £140. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
373
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 18p;
freehold. 

4 Bowers Hill Cottages
[4 Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 95 

COOPER  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Brick to 1st floor, roughcast and tile cottage in fair repair but damp and poor construction: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, earth closet outside, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
no rent details given. 

£7;
£5 11s. 

 

£150
£10
£150
£10 

B = £140.
S = £140. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
374
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 18p;
freehold. 

5 Bowers Hill Cottages
[5 Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 96 

F CHAMBERLAIN  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Brick to 1st floor, roughcast and tile cottage in fair repair but damp and poor construction: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, earth closet outside, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
no rent details given. 

£7;
£5 11s. 

 

£150
£10
£150
£10 

B = £140.
S = £140. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
375
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 17p;
freehold. 

6 Bowers Hill Cottages
[6 Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 97 

LANGFIELD  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Brick to 1st floor, roughcast and tile cottage in fair repair but damp and poor construction: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, earth closet outside, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
no rent details given. 

£7;
£5 11s. 

 

£150
£10
£150
£10 

B = £140.
S = £140. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
376
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 8p;
freehold. 

7 Bowers Hill Cottages
[7 Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 98 

Frederick JELFS  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Roughcast and tile cottage, damp and in bad repair: living-room, kitchen, pantry; earth closet; tap; 3 bedrooms. Leaks badly round chimney; floors very bad and generally in bad repair.  

£0;
no rent details given. 

£7;
£5 11s. 

 

£105
£5
£105
£5 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
377
(map F)
IR58/93293
23/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 8p;
freehold. 

8 Bowers Hill Cottages
[8 Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 99 

C SMITH  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Roughcast and tile cottage, damp and in bad repair: living-room, kitchen, pantry; earth closet; tap; 3 bedrooms. Leaks badly round chimney; floors very bad and generally in bad repair.  

£0;
no rent details given. 

£7;
£5 11s. 

 

£105
£5
£105
£5 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
378
(map F)
IR58/93293
07/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 8p;
freehold. 

9 Bowers Hill Cottages
[9 Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 100 

Jesse DAVIS  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Roughcast and tile cottage, damp and in bad repair: living-room, kitchen, pantry; earth closet; tap; 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
no rent details given. 

£7;
£5 11s. 

 

£105
£5
£105
£5 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
379
(map F)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 8p;
freehold. 

10 Bowers Hill Cottages
[10 Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 101 

George ROBBINS  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: Messrs Young & Gilling, Promenade, Cheltenham, on behalf of J W Halsey & A A Barnard; Frederick B Pottinger, Receiver, in 1909 return 

Roughcast and tile cottage, damp and in bad repair: living-room, kitchen, pantry; earth closet; tap; 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
no rent details given. 

£7;
£5 11s. 

 

£105
£5
£105
£5 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

29/11/1912.

Badsey
380
(map D)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 27p (380-384);
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Sharps Row
[Demolished 1950, on site of Garden of Remembrance]
1911 census schedule 125 

Charles KNIGHT  

John Dilnot (also Julius in Provisional Valuation, "for self and joint owners") SLADDEN,
Badsey 

Brick and slate cottage, poor repair: living-room and pantry; 2 bedrooms; 1 wash-house for 5; 1 tap; 4 privies for 5. 

£6 1s 4d;
week. 

£5;
£4. 

1909; £60. 

Includes 381-384.
£300
£50
£300
£50 

B = £250.
S = £250. 

17/03/1913.

Badsey
381
(map D)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 27p (380-384);
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Sharps Row
[Demolished 1950, on site of Garden of Remembrance]
1911 census schedule 126 

M HALL (no one listed in 1909 return) 

John Dilnot (and others) SLADDEN,
Badsey 

Brick and slate old in poor repair: living-room and pantry, 2 bedrooms. Same as 380. 

£6 1s 4d;
week. 

£5;
£4. 

1909; £60. 

Included in 380. 

 

 

Badsey
382
(map D)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 27p (380-384);
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Sharps Row
[Demolished 1950, on site of Garden of Remembrance]
1911 census schedule 127 

Mrs JELFS  

John Dilnot (and others) SLADDEN,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage, old and in poor repair: living-room and pantry, 2 bedrooms. Same as 380 . 

£6 1s 4d;
week. 

£5;
£4. 

1909; £60. 

Included in 380. 

 

 

Badsey
383
(map D)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 27p (380-384);
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Sharps Row
[Demolished 1950, on site of Garden of Remembrance]
1911 census schedule 128 

Sarah HARTWELL  

John Dilnot (and others) SLADDEN,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage, old and in poor repair: living-room and pantry, 2 bedrooms. Same as 380 . 

£6 1s 4d;
week. 

£5;
£4. 

1909; £60. 

Included in 380. 

 

 

Badsey
384
(map D)
IR58/93293
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 27p (380-384);
freehold. 

Chapel Street - Sharps Row
[Demolished 1950, on site of Garden of Remembrance]
1911 census schedule 129 

William HATCH  

John Dilnot (and others) SLADDEN,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage, old and in poor repair: living-room and pantry, 2 bedrooms. Same as 380 . 

£6 1s 4d;
week. 

£5;
£4. 

1909; £60. 

Included in 380. 

 

 

Badsey
385
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/02/1913 

Cottage;
0a 0r 10p (385-386);
freehold. 

Chapel Street
[Demolished 1950, on site of churchyard by lych gate]
1911 census schedule 130 

Mrs KEEN  

Arthur Francis Savory (also Julius in Provisional Valuation, "for self and joint owners") SLADDEN,
Badsey 

Brick, half-timber, daub and thatch, bad repair: living-room, pantry and wash-house of opposite house, 2 bedrooms, water closet for 2, 1 tap. 

£4 11s;
week. 

£5;
£4. 

1909; £40. 

Includes 386.
£110
£15
£110
£15 

B = £95.
S = £95. 

17/03/1913.

Badsey
386
(map D)
IR58/93293
23/09/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 10p (385-386);
freehold. 

Chapel Street
[Demolished 1950, on site of churchyard by lych gate]
1911 census schedule 131 

W ROBERTS  

Arthur Francis Savory (and others) SLADDEN,
Badsey 

Stone, brick and thatch cottage: kitchen and pantry, coalhouse, wash-house, 3 bedrooms (one over wash-house of Keens' cottage). 

£5 17s;
week. 

£5;
£4. 

1909; £60. 

Included in 385. 

 

 

Badsey
387
(map D)
IR58/93293
23/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

1 Stockey Piece
[34 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 72 

Owen Joseph TEAL  

A SPARROW,
Provisional valuation has United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham; Pottinger in 1909 return 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 3 bedrooms (one over water closet and coalhouse of next house), living-room, back kitchen and pantry, coalhouse and water closet; 6 years old. 

£11 1s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£110
£10
£110
£10 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

17/06/1912; A SPARROW; Cothome, Badsey; purchaser; sold for £210 (including 388).

Badsey
388
(map D)
IR58/93293
23/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

2 Stockey Piece
[36 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 73 

John MALIN  

A SPARROW,
Provisional valuation has United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham; Pottinger in 1909 return 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 2 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and pantry, water closet and coalhouse. 

£10 8s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£105
£15
£100
£10 

B = £90.
S = £90;
R = £5; easement. 

17/06/1912; A SPARROW; Cothome, Badsey; purchaser; sale included in 387.

Badsey
389
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

3 Stockey Piece
[38 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 74 

Charles BALLARD  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 3 bedrooms (one over water closet and coalhouse of next house), living-room, back kitchen and pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 6 years old. Same as 387. 

£11 1s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£110
£10
£110
£10 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

17/06/1912; Miss Jane WHITFIELD; Hampton, Evesham; purchaser; sold for £210 (including 390).

Badsey
390
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

4 Stockey Piece
[40 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 75 

Fitz Colin JELFS  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 2 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and pantry; water closet and coalhouse. Same as 388. 

£10 8s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£105
£15
£105
£10 

B = £90.
S = £90;
R = £5. 

17/06/1912; Miss Jane WHITFIELD; Hampton, Evesham; purchaser; sale included in 389.

Badsey
391
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

5 Stockey Piece
[42 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 76 

W D SPARROW  

H CAVE,
United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham (in Provisional Valuation); Pottinger was the owner in the 1909 return 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 3 bedrooms (one over water closet and coalhouse of next house), living-room, back kitchen and pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 6 years old. Same as 387. 

£11 1s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

27/02/1912; £110. 

£110
£10
£110
£10 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

17/06/1912; Harold John CAVE; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £110.

Badsey
392
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

6 Stockey Piece
[44 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 77 

W BYRD  

Miss WHITFIELD,
Provisional valuation has United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham; Pottinger in 1909 return 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 2 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and pantry; water closet and coalhouse. Same as 388. 

£10 8s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

30/03/1912; £100. 

£105
£15
£105
£10 

B = £90.
S = £90;
R = £5. 

17/06/1912; Miss Louisa Anne WHITFIELD; Hampton, Evesham; purchaser; sold for £100.

Badsey
393
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

7 Stockey Piece
[46 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 78 

George HARTWELL  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 3 bedrooms (one over water closet and coalhouse of next house), living-room, back kitchen and pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 6 years old. Same as 387. 

£11 1s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£110
£10
£110
£10 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

17/06/1912; sold for £110; £125.

Badsey
394
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

8 Stockey Piece
[48 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 79 

D AGG Senior (Mrs Agg listed in Field Book) 

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 2 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and pantry; water closet and coalhouse. Same as 388. 

£10 8s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£105
£15
£105
£10 

B = £90.
S = £90;
R = £5. 

17/06/1912; sold for £195 (including 398).

Badsey
395
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

9 Stockey Piece
[50 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 80 

Daniel HARTWELL (Mrs Hartwell listed in Field Book) 

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 3 bedrooms (one over water closet and coalhouse of next house), living-room, back kitchen and pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 6 years old. Same as 387. 

£11 1s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£110
£10
£110
£10 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

17/06/1912; sold for £195 (including 396).

Badsey
396
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

10 Stockey Piece
[52 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 81 

Mrs JELFS (William Edward Davis in 1909 return) 

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 2 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and pantry; water closet and coalhouse. Same as 388. 

£10 8s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£105
£15
£100
£10 

B = £90.
S = £90;
R = £5; easement. 

17/06/1912; sale included in 395.

Badsey
397
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

11 Stockey Piece
[54 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 82 

J AGG (Ralph Wilcox in 1909 return) 

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 3 bedrooms (one over water closet and coalhouse of next house), living-room, back kitchen and pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 6 years old. Same as 387. 

£11 1s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£110
£10
£110
£10 

B = £100.
S = £100. 

17/06/1912; sold for £110.

Badsey
398
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

12 Stockey Piece
[56 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 83 

Cole (Joseph Agg in 1909 return) 

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 2 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and pantry; water closet and coalhouse. Same as 388. 

£10 8s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£105
£15
£100
£10 

B = £90.
S = £90;
R = £5; easement. 

17/06/1912; sale included in 394.

Badsey
399
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
200 sq yds;
freehold. 

13 Stockey Piece
[58 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 84 

Norris HAINES  

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: 2 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen and pantry; water closet and coalhouse. Same as 388. 

£10 8s;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£100
£10
£100
£10 

B = £90.
S = £90. 

17/06/1912.

Badsey
400
(map D)
IR58/93293
18/09/1912 

Cottage;
1000 sq yds (400-401);
freehold. 

14 Stockey Piece
[60 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 85 

CULL (Arthur Sadler in 1909 return) 

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
In Provisional Valuation: United Counties Bank Ltd, 63 Colmore Row, Birmingham 

Brick and tile cottage: 3 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen, pantry, coalhouse and water closet; side passage. 

£13;
week. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

Includes 401.
£160
£60
£150
£50 

B = £100.
S = £100;
R = £10; easement (roadway). 

17/06/1912; Walter John CULL; 14 Stockey Piece, Badsey; purchaser; sold for £150.

Badsey
401
(map D)
IR58/93294
18/09/1912 

Warehouse;
1000 sq yds (400-401);
freehold. 

Bully Brook
 

A DAVIES (no one listed in 1909 return) 

John IDIENS & SONS LTD & his mortgagees,
 

Roughcast and tile warehouse, 21' x 15' x 10' high. 

£3 18s. 

£4;
£3 8s. 

 

Included in 400. 

 

 

Badsey
402
(map D)
IR58/93294
18/09/1912 

House and Orchard;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

High Street - Seaward (sic) House
[Seward House, 24 High Street]
1911 census schedule 205 

Julius SLADDEN  

Julius SLADDEN,
Seaward (sic) House, Badsey 

Stone and burnt tile house in good repair: entrance hall, stone-tiled; water closet, drawing room, dining room, morning room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, larder, cellar, 2 water closets, Broadway water and sewer, 2 large bedrooms, 3 small bedrooms, bathroom and water closet, cold water, 3 attics (2 used as bedrooms). Old farm stable and cow ties, nag stable and loft over; large stone and tile barn; open cart shed. Right of way for Mrs Evans. 

£60;
estimated rent. 

£48 15s;
£42 7s. 

1903; £1500 (includes 403). 

Includes 403 (total valuation acreage 3a 0r 34p).
£2005
£855
£2000
£850 

B = £1050.
F = £100.
S = £1150;
R = £5; easement (right of way over road to stables for occupier of adjacent house). 

21/05/1913.

Badsey
403
(map D)
IR58/93294
18/09/1912 

Orchard;
0a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Main Street and Lanket Lane
 

Julius SLADDEN  

Julius SLADDEN,
Seaward (sic) House, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 402. 

£60;
estimated rent. 

£5;
£4 15s. 

1903; price details included in 402. 

Included in 402. 

 

 

Badsey
404
(map D)
IR58/93294
18/09/1912 

House;
0a 0r 11p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - Cothome
[9 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 45 

Alfred SPARROW  

Alfred SPARROW,
Cothome, Willersey Road, Badsey 

Brick and tile detached cottage in good repair: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, 3 bedrooms, tap water and water closet, shed. 

£13;
estimated rent. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

October 1908; £288; £20 10s. 

£300
£30
£300
£30 

B = £270.
S = £270. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
405
(map D)
IR58/93294
18/09/1912 

Land and Greenhouse;
8a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Claybrook Nurseries
 

Henry RICHARDSON  

Henry RICHARDSON,
Lenchwick, near Evesham (Claybrook Nurseries, Badsey, given as the address in the Provisional Valuation) 

Land, part pasture orchard: polling fruit. Land arable: heavy. Glasshouses erected on end near main road with polling sheds, elevated banks and windmill pump. 

£77;
includes 1118, 1119. 

£77 5s;
£73 8s. 

27/11/1906 (4 acres); 21/12/1904; £792 9s 4d; £3304 7s 5d. 

Includes 566 (total valuation acreage 15a 2r 14p).
£3500
£1100
£3500
£1100 

B = £2300.
F = £50;
O = £50;
S = £2400. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
406
(map F)
IR58/93294
18/09/1912 

House, Buildings and Land;
6a 1r 35p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - Bohemia Gardens
[Plot of land with outbuildings next to The Paddocks, Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 87 

Frederick I Hooper INGLEDEW  

F I Hooper INGLEDEW,
Bowers Hill, Badsey 

Brick, roughcast and tile bungalow, fair repair: dining room, study, cellar, kitchen, scullery, pantry, 2 bedrooms, drawing room, bathroom, hot and cold, water closet, attic, verandah, timber and galvanised iron stable and potting shed with thatch and iron sheds and stabling. Greenhouse on brick foundations, 2 pigstys. Partly planted with Pershores, Victorias and apples. 

£32. 

£31 5s;
£27 14s. 

October 1906; £650; £200 (trees, bushes, extra labour). 

£1250
£500
£1200
£450 

B = £550.
F = £180;
O = £20;
S = £750;
R = £50; easement. 

21/11/1913; H J & D J (Esq) POWELL; Bohemia Gardens, Badsey; purchaser; sold for £1200 (a cottage having been erected on the site since 1906).

Badsey
407
(map D)
IR58/93294
18/09/1912 

Land;
7a 1r 36p;
freehold. 

Netherfield Closes
 

Alfred KERR  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Pasture and pasture orchard; timber £25, timber and iron shed, orchard fully planted. 

£0;
included in 16. 

£18;
£17 2s. 

 

£750
£590
£750
£590 

B = £5.
T = £25;
F = £80;
O = £50;
S = £160. 

29/07/1912; A G KERR; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £750.

Badsey
408
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
05/06/1912 

Land;
2a 0r 6p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side)
 

Amos ARCHER  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

Market garden land: 2.3 acres of trees; timber and iron sheds. 

£4 11s 6d;
year. 

£4 11s;
£4 6s. 

 

Includes 409-426 (total valuation acreage 47a 3r 14p; objected to 29th April 1913).
£2665
£2530
£2665
£2530 

B = £55.
T = £15;
F = £20;
O = £45;
S = £135. 

28/02/1913.

Badsey
409
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
12/09/1912 

Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Portway
 

Henry GEDEN  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£5 7s;
year. 

£5 7s;
£5 2s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
410
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
05/10/1912 

Land;
7a 2r 5p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Parsons Piece
 

George HALL  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£21 4s;
year. 

£21 4s;
£20 2s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
411
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Land;
1a 2r 9p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Knights Dean
 

C HARRIS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£3 18s;
year. 

£3 18s;
£3 14s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
412
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
01/05/1913 

Land;
2a 2r 30p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Knights Dean
 

Edwin KNIGHT  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£6 0s 10d;
year. 

£0;
£0;
not given. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
413
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
01/05/1913 

Land;
2a 2r 2p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Knights Dean
 

Edwin KNIGHT  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£6 2s;
year. 

£6 2s;
£5 16s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
414
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
2a 1r 13p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Portway
 

Arthur MUSTOE (Henry Jelfs in 1909 return) 

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£5 13s;
year. 

£5 13s;
£5 7s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
415
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
3a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Claybrook
 

Lewis JELFS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£6 17s 2d;
year. 

£6 17s;
£6 10s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
416
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
1a 3r 31p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Knights Dean
 

Israel PERKINS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£4 7s 6d;
year. 

£4 7s;
£4 2s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
417
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
1a 3r 16p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Portway
 

Robert PITTS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£4 3s 2d;
year. 

£0;
£0;
not given. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
418
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
1a 1r 14p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Knights Dean
 

Albert PORTER  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£3 9s 2d;
year. 

£3 9s;
£3 6s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
419
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
2a 1r 10p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Claybrook
 

William WILLIS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£4 13s 8d;
year. 

£5 3s;
£4 18s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
420
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Portway
 

Edward ROBERTS ("now A W Perkins" added in Field Book) 

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£2 9s 10d;
year. 

£5 3s;
£4 18s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
421
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
1a 3r 8p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Knights Dean
 

James STANLEY  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£4 1s;
year. 

£4 1s;
£3 17s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
422
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
2a 1r 17p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Portway
 

John HAYES  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£5 18s;
year. 

£5 18s;
£5 12s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
423
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
2a 1r 1p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Knights Dean
 

John SOLLIS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£5 1s 8d;
year. 

£5 1s;
£4 16s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
424
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
3a 1r 22p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Parsons Piece
 

John SOLLIS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£9 2s 10d;
year. 

£9 2s;
£8 13s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
425
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
2a 0r 14p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Knights Dean
 

John WALFORD  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£4 13s 10d;
year. 

£4 13s;
£4 8s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
426
(map B&D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Land;
2a 3r 28p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (north side) - Portway
 

Joseph WILLIS  

James ASHWIN,
Bretforton Manor 

None given - see Badsey 408. 

£6 14s 4d;
year. 

£6 14s;
£6 7s. 

 

Included in 408. 

 

 

Badsey
427
(map D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

House;
2a 0r 35p;
glebe. 

The Vicarage
[Demolished 1971, on site of Allsebrook Gardens]
1911 census schedule 175 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Brick, plaster, board and slate house: stone entrance hall and porch, drawing room, study, dining room, cellar, butler's pantry, larder, scullery, kitchen and furnace, china cupboard, parish room, 6 bedrooms, dressing room, store room, water closet, 2 bedrooms over parish room, bath and lavatory, 2 attic bedrooms and lumber room; coach-house, brick and tile harness room, 3 stall stable and loose boxes, loft over; cow pen and pigsty, timber and iron (tenants' fixtures). 

£40. 

£40;
£34. 

 

£1000
£300
£1000
£300 

B = £670.
T = £10;
F = £5;
O = £15;
S = £700. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
428
(map D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 0p (428-429);
glebe. 

Vicarage Cottage
[Glebe Cottage, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 177 

Mrs COCKERTON (Tyler in 1909 return) 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Brick, tile and slate: living-room, back kitchen, 2 bedrooms, joint wash-house and furnace. 

£9;
month. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Includes 429.
£200
£60
£200
£60 

B = £140.
S = £140. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
429
(map D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 0p (428-429);
glebe. 

Vicarage Cottage
[Vicarage Cottage, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 176 

Benjamin KILBY  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Stone, brick and timber: stone passage, kitchen, back kitchen, 2 bedrooms, large landing. 

£7 10s;
month. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 428. 

 

 

Badsey
430
(map D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

House;
0a 2r 32p;
glebe. 

Glebe Farm
[Demolished 1960, on site of 2 & 4 Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 42 

William BENNETT  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Portion of holding in Badsey parish (0a 3r 5p), portion in Wickhamford (10a 02 22p) to be valued separately. Brick and slate cottage: kitchen, back kitchen, scullery and sink, 3 bedrooms (one through other), privy and tap. Wood and iron cart shed; stone and brick stables, tiled roof; barn, iron roof, wood and thatch pigsty; brick and galvanised iron open cowsheds. School house has 2 easements of light over paddock.

£40;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1906;
includes 981. 

£15;
£12 15s. 

 

£410
£260
£400
£250 

B = £150.
S = £150;
R = £10; easement. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
431
(map F)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 1r 0p;
glebe. 

Pear Tree Corner
 

D AGG Junior (also G Malins in Field Book) 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Heavy arable land used for market garden: few fruit trees and shed. 

£11 9s 10d;
agreement;
year;
includes 435. 

£5;
£4 15s. 

 

Includes 435 (total valuation acreage 7a 2r 26p).
£270
£225
£270
£225 

B = £3.
T = £10;
F = £2;
O = £30;
S = £45. 

30/11/1912.

Badsey
432
(map F)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
glebe. 

Francis' Grave
 

Arthur GEDEN  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 451. 

£0;
included in 451. 

£1 17s;
£1 15s. 

 

Included in 451. 

 

 

Badsey
433
(map )
IR58/93294
 

 

Omitted by Land Valuation Officer
 

 

,
 

Omitted by Land Valuation Officer. 

£ s d. 

£ s d;
£ s d. 

 

 

 

 

Badsey
434
(map F)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
13a 2r 0p;
glebe. 

The Leads
 

George MALIN  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Heavy arable land: a few fruit trees and small buildings. 

£26 14s 2d;
agreements except with mason and part hartwell;
year;
various;
includes 436, 444. 

£4 10s;
£4 6s. 

 

Includes 436, 444 (total valuation acreage 16a 1r 0p).
£630
£555
£630
£555 

B = £12.
T = £8;
F = £10;
O = £45;
S = £75. 

30/11/1912.

Badsey
435
(map F)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
4a 1r 0p;
glebe. 

Pear Tree Corner
 

George MALIN  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 431. 

£0;
included in 431. 

£6 9s;
£6 2s. 

 

Included in 431. 

 

 

Badsey
436
(map F)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 0r 0p;
glebe. 

The Leads
 

Charles KNIGHT  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 434. 

£0;
included in 434. 

£1 14s;
£1 12s. 

 

Included in 434. 

 

 

Badsey
437
(map F)
IR58/93294
12/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 3r 0p;
glebe. 

Harris Ground
 

Jesse R COLLEY  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 449. 

£0;
included in 449. 

£4 7s;
£4 2s. 

 

Included in 449. 

 

 

Badsey
438
(map D)
IR58/93294
12/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
16a 1r 34p;
glebe. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side)
 

Mrs T BYRD  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Market garden land: 2 timber and iron sheds. 

£24;
agreement;
year;
29/9/1894. 

£24;
£22 16s. 

 

£895
£875
£895
£875 

B = £10.
O = £10;
S = £20. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
439
(map D)
IR58/93294
12/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
0a 3r 3p;
glebe. 

Pinnock Orchard
 

E H COLLETT  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Pasture orchard. 

£3;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1904. 

£3;
£2 7s. 

 

£275
£260
£275
£260 

F = £5;
O = £10;
S = £15. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
440
(map F)
IR58/93294
12/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 2r 0p;
glebe. 

Francis' Grave
 

William Thomas COX  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 451. 

£0;
included in 451. 

£5 10s;
£5 4s. 

 

Included in 451. 

 

 

Badsey
441
(map F)
IR58/93294
12/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
7a 3r 0p;
glebe. 

Francis' Grave
 

D J HARRIS  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 451. 

£0;
included in 434 & 451. 

£13 8s;
£12 15s. 

 

Included in 451. 

 

 

Badsey
442
(map F)
IR58/93294
12/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
4a 0r 0p;
glebe. 

Francis' Grave
 

James HARTWELL  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 451. 

£0;
included in 434 & 451. 

£6 6s;
£6. 

 

Included in 451. 

 

 

Badsey
443
(map F)
IR58/93294
12/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
glebe. 

Francis' Grave
 

James PERKINS  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 451. 

£0;
included in 451. 

£1 16s;
£1 14s. 

 

Included in 451. 

 

 

Badsey
444
(map F)
IR58/93294
12/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 0p;
glebe. 

The Leads
 

William HARTWELL  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 434. 

£0;
included in 434. 

£2 15s;
£2 12s. 

 

Included in 434. 

 

 

Badsey
445
(map F)
IR58/93294
12/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 0p;
glebe. 

Harris Ground
 

Robert HERITAGE  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 449. 

£0;
included in 449. 

£3 17s;
£3 13s. 

 

Included in 449. 

 

 

Badsey
446
(map F)
IR58/93294
12/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
19a 2r 10p;
glebe. 

Middle and Oat Ground
 

Frederick I Hooper INGLEDEW  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Heavy arable land. 

£19 11s;
lease;
7 years (or term of present incumbency);
29/09/1904. 

£14 13s;
£13 19s. 

 

£435
£435
£435
£435 

 

30/11/1912.

Badsey
447
(map F)
IR58/93294
11/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
13a 3r 0p;
glebe. 

Jacketts Headland
 

J IDIENS (F I H Ingledew in 1909 return) 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Heavy arable land: few pear trees and small shed. 

£17 4s;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1902. 

£13 5s;
£13 1s. 

 

£400
£375
£390
£365 

B = £3.
F = £2;
O = £20;
S = £25;
R = £10. 

30/11/1912.

Badsey
448
(map F)
IR58/93294
11/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
4a 3r 0p;
glebe. 

Francis' Grave
 

John KEYTE (also Charles Knight) 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 451. 

£0;
included in 451. 

£7 8s;
£7. 

 

Included in 451. 

 

 

Badsey
449
(map F)
IR58/93294
11/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
5a 3r 0p;
glebe. 

Harris Ground
 

J KNIGHT (also J Colley, A Heritage) 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Heavy arable land: few pear trees and shed. 

£17 15s 6d;
agreement with j colley only;
year;
various dates;
includes 437, 445. 

£9 1s;
£8 12s. 

 

Includes 437, 445 (total valuation acreage 10a 3r 21p).
£415
£375
£405
£365 

B = £3.
F = £2;
O = £35;
S = £40;
R = £10; easement. 

30/11/1912.

Badsey
450
(map F)
IR58/93294
11/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
8a 3r 33p;
glebe. 

Condercup Meadow
 

John MASON  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Meadow near brook, flat. 

£12;
year. 

£15 6s;
£14 11s. 

 

£270
£245
£270
£245 

O = £25;
S = £25. 

30/11/1912.

Badsey
451
(map F)
IR58/93294
11/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 0p;
glebe. 

Francis' Grave
 

George PETHARD  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Heavy arable land used for market garden purposes: few shelter sheds. 

£41 18s 10d;
part under agreements;
year;
various dates;
includes 432, 440, 443, 448, 455, 456. 

£2 18s;
£2 15s. 

 

Includes 432, 440-443, 448, 455, 456 (total valuation acreage 27a 3r 36p).
£1025
£985
£1020
£980 

B = £30.
O = £10;
S = £40;
R = £5; easement (alleged footpath). 

30/11/1912.

Badsey
452
(map F)
IR58/93294
12/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
6a 0r 16p;
glebe. 

Condercup Meadow
 

Thomas SADLER  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Meadow near brook, 

£9 8s;
year. 

£9 8s;
£8 14s. 

 

£210
£170
£205
£165 

O = £40;
S = £40;
R = £5; easement. 

30/11/1912.

Badsey
453
(map D)
IR58/93294
12/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 2r 31p;
glebe. 

Home Ground
 

Arthur SEARS (also T Sadler in Field Book) 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Pasture. 

£6 7s;
year. 

£8;
£7 12s. 

 

£225
£215
£225
£215 

O = £10;
S = £10. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
454
(map D)
IR58/93294
31/10/1913 

Agricultural Land;
6a 3r 16p;
glebe. 

The Stockey and Paddock Land (excluding frontages to Badsey Street and Willersey Road, but including coppices near the brook)
 

Arthur SEARS  

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

Pasture. 

£0;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1908;
no rent amount given. 

£7 2s;
£16 5s. 

1898 and 1905; £925; £1. 

£690
£675
£675
£660 

O = £15;
S = £15;
R = £15. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
455
(map F)
IR58/93294
31/10/1913 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 0p;
glebe. 

Francis' Grave
 

Richard WINNETT (also Charles W Halford) 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 451. 

£0;
included in 451. 

£4 17s;
£4 11s. 

 

Included in 451. 

 

 

Badsey
456
(map F)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
5a 1r 0p;
glebe. 

Francis' Grave
 

Ernest SADLER (also James Sadler, George Brotherton (and also Henry Salter in 1909)) 

Rev W C ALLSEBROOK,
The Vicarage, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 451. 

£0;
included in 451. 

£8 9s;
£8 1s. 

 

Included in 451. 

 

 

Badsey
457
(map D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

House;
400 sq yds;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane
[24 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 168 

Charles COLLETT  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: sitting-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 3 bedrooms. 

£12;
half year. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

£280
£20
£280
£20 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
458
(map D)
IR58/93294
11/09/1912 

House;
450 sq yds;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane
[26 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 169 

Frederick SEARS  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: sitting-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 3 bedrooms. 

£12;
half year. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

£280
£20
£280
£20 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
459
(map D)
IR58/93294
13/06/1913 

House;
450 sq yds;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane
[28 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 170 

Percy HALL  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: sitting-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 3 bedrooms. 

£12;
half year. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

£280
£20
£280
£20 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
460
(map D)
IR58/93294
13/06/1913 

House;
450 sq yds;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane
[30 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 171 

Ernest STANLEY  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: sitting-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 3 bedrooms. 

£12;
half year. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

£280
£20
£280
£20 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
461
(map D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

House;
450 sq yds;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane
[32 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 172 

James BARNARD  

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: sitting-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 3 bedrooms. 

£12;
half year. 

£10;
£8 18s. 

 

£280
£20
£280
£20 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
462
(map D)
IR58/93294
03/12/1912 

House;
450 sq yds;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane
[34 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 173 

L SPARROW (Thomas and William Knight in 1909 return) 

James BREWER,
Badsey 

Brick and tile cottage in good repair: sitting-room, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry; coalhouse and water closet; 3 bedrooms. 

£12;
quarter. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

 

£280
£20
£280
£20 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
463
(map D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Agricultural Land;
26a 1r 19p;
freehold. 

Sally Bed Close and Middle Ground
 

Edwin KNIGHT (also John Crane, A Mustoe, E Stanley, H Stanley, George Stanley, William Jelfs, David Autie, William Porter, Horace Knight, John Sollis, Joseph Willis) 

Mrs A L C BAMBER,
Netherby, Leckhampton Road, Cheltenham (1909 return says Bamber & Smith and Mr A Bamber) 

Market garden land: 4 timber and iron sheds. 

£37 19s 4d;
lease;
7 years;
29/09/1904. 

£27 11s;
£35 16s. 

 

£1371
£1316
£1370
£1315 

B = £25.
F = £5;
O = £25;
S = £55;
R = £1. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
464
(map D)
IR58/93294
16/05/1912 

Agricultural Land;
14a 3r 12p;
freehold. 

Church Headlands
 

M A PETHARD (also C H Knight, James Brewer, F Caldicott, Edgar Archer, Thomas Vicarage, Jacob Vicarage) 

Mrs A L C BAMBER,
Netherby, Leckhampton Road, Cheltenham (1909 return says Bamber & Smith and Mr A Bamber) 

Market garden land: 7 timber and iron sheds, fruit trees. 

£29 9s 6d;
lease;
7 years;
29/09/1904. 

£29;
£27 18s. 

 

£675
£650
£675
£650 

B = £15.
F = £10.
S = £25. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
465
(map D)
IR58/93294
07/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 24p (465-469);
freehold. 

The Leys
[Demolished 1950s, on site of Hither Green]
1911 census schedule 253 

George CRANE  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Old brick and slate cottage in fair repair: living-room, kitchen, pantry, back kitchen, kitchen, lean-to scullery, 3 bedrooms; 1 wash-house for 4 cottages; 2 privies for 4 cottages.  

£7 12s;
half year. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Includes 466-469.
£360
£90
£360
£90 

B = £270.
S = £270. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
466
(map D)
IR58/93294
05/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 24p (465-469);
freehold. 

The Leys
[Demolished 1950s, on site of Hither Green]
1911 census schedule 252 

J WATHEN  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Brick and slate cottage in poor repair: living-room and small back kitchen; 2 bedrooms. 

£5 14s;
half year. 

£4 10s;
£3 6s. 

 

Included in 465. 

 

 

Badsey
467
(map D)
IR58/93294
21/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 24p (465-469);
freehold. 

The Leys
[Demolished 1950s, on site of Hither Green]
1911 census schedule 251 

Mrs K YOUNG  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Brick and slate cottage in poor repair: living-room and small back kitchen; 2 bedrooms. 

£5 14s;
half year. 

£4 10s;
£3 6s. 

 

Included in 465. 

 

 

Badsey
468
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 24p (465-469);
freehold. 

The Leys
[Demolished 1950s, on site of Hither Green]
1911 census schedule 250 

Mrs M BLAKE  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Brick and slate cottage in poor repair: living-room and pantry and back kitchen; 2 bedrooms. 

£5 14s;
half year. 

£4 10s;
£3 6s. 

 

Included in 465. 

 

 

Badsey
469
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 1r 24p (465-469);
freehold. 

The Leys
[Demolished 1950s, on site of Hither Green]
1911 census schedule 249 

Joseph WALKER  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Brick and slate cottage in bad repair: living-room and small back kitchen and larger one put up by tenant; wood and iron shed and stable; pigsty; 2 bedrooms.  

£5 14s;
half year. 

£4 10s;
£3 6s. 

 

Included in 465. 

 

 

Badsey
470
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
470 sq yds;
freehold. 

Chapel Street
[2 Chapel Street]
1911 census schedule 133 

W T COLLETT  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Brick, stone and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room, back kitchen lean-to wash-house, privy, 2 bedrooms, brick and tile shed, water closet, shed and pigsty. 

£9 10s;
half year. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

£120
£15
£120
£15 

B = £105.
S = £105. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
471
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
400 sq yds;
freehold. 

High Street
[The Spar, 16 High Street]
1911 census schedule 214 

National Telephone Company  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Brick and slate house in poor repair: living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, small coal cellar, 2 bedrooms, 2 attics very bad. Brick and tile stable and water closet.  

£18;
quarter. 

£9 5s;
£7 7s. 

 

£240
£40
£240
£40 

B = £200.
S = £200. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
472
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
400 sq yds;
freehold. 

High Street
[The Spar, 14 High Street]
1911 census schedule 215 

Mr STRIBBLEHILL  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Brick and slate house plastered, in fair repair: living-room, stone floor, kitchen, back kitchen, wash-house, privy, wood and iron pigsty, 2 bedrooms, 2 lean-to at back.  

£20;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£240
£40
£240
£40 

B = £200.
S = £200. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
473
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Orchard;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

The Leys - near Bretforton Road
 

Mrs PETHARD  

Thomas BYRD Senior,
Aldington 

Pasture: plum orchard with no right of road to it. 

£21;
year. 

£26;
£24 14s. 

 

£295
£255
£295
£255 

F = £20;
O = £20;
S = £40. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
474
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 3r 0p (474-476);
freehold. 

Post Office Lane
[9 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 225 

Henry JINKS  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Old detached brick and tile cottage comprising: living-room, kitchen, tile floor, no windows will open, sliding door to stairs broken away and no repairs have been done for the last 18 years; scullery with furnace in lean-to; roof leaks and furnace is out of repair. Private side entrance is jammed up. Only 2 bedrooms; the wet comes in at chimney and there is no ventilation as all the windows are along one side. Detached brick and tile shed; detached brick and tile pan closet and pigsty; wood and tile stable belongs to tenant; small garden adjoining Post Office Lane. Original notes see Webb No 7 [not available]. 

£8;
year. 

£7;
£5 12s. 

 

Includes 475, 476.
£400
£100
£400
£100 

B = £300.
S = £300. 

30/01/1912; sold by auction 4/12/1911 for £400 (including 475-476).

Badsey
475
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 3r 0p (474-476);
freehold. 

Post Office Lane
[7 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 224 

Edwin BALLARD  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

Brick and tile semi-detached cottage, brickwork dated 1859, built on to older stone portion, contains: front living-room, kitchen with stair cupboard, wash-house with new furnace and old oven at back of Salter's cottage; 2 bedrooms, one through the other; 1 attic for bedroom, damp against chimney stack, kitchen. Large greenhouse with flues, 12 years old; old board and thatched shed used as fowl house, brick and tile pan closet, wood and iron shed, tenant has a joint interest. Very large garden with frontage to Post Office Lane; north fence only belongs, also against lane. Original notes see Webb No 7 [not available]. 

£9;
year;
£5 for cottage and £4 for greenhouse and garden. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 474. 

 

30/01/1912; sale included in 474.

Badsey
476
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 3r 0p (474-476);
freehold. 

Post Office Lane
[5 Old Post Office Lane]
1911 census schedule 223 

Arthur SALTER  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

Old stone and tile cottage (originally 2 cottages), semi-detached and containing: large living-room, kitchen, stone floors, large front sitting-room, stone floors, pantry in main building, lean-to brick and tile wash-house with furnace and water closet with pan, 4 bedrooms, 3 in good condition but low ceilings, the 4th room has a very rotten floor, large landing, attics only fit for stores; rough uneven floors and roof lights, the roof is broken in by the wey near the chimney. The wash-house of 475 leans against this house. Small garden with stone wall against the Post Office Lane and a brick wall in front of the cottage. Original notes see Webb No 7 [not available]. 

£12;
year. 

£5;
£4 0 12s. 

 

Included in 474. 

 

30/01/1912; sale included in 474.

Badsey
477
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
775 sq yds (477-481);
freehold. 

High Street
[Gladstone Cottage, 11A High Street]
1911 census schedule 211 

Arthur GEDEN  

William MUSTOE,
Church View, Badsey 

Old and damp brick, stone and slate house: 2 sitting-rooms, back kitchen, scullery lean-to, water closet, 2 bedrooms; 1 tap between 4; 1 wash-house between 4. 

£7;
half year. 

£5;
£4. 

01/01/1910; price details included in 484. 

Includes 478-481.
£300
£40
£300
£40 

B = £260.
S = £260. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
478
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
775 sq yds (477-481);
freehold. 

High Street
[Demolished c1950s, on site of Poplar Court]
1911 census schedule 207 

Mrs KEYTE  

William MUSTOE,
Badsey 

Very old brick and tile cottage: living-room, pantry, back kitchen, shed, 2 bedrooms. 

£5;
half year. 

£4 4s;
£3 9s. 

01/01/1910; price details included in 484. 

Included in 477. 

 

 

Badsey
479
(map D)
IR58/93294
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
775 sq yds (477-481);
freehold. 

High Street
[Demolished c1950s, on site of Poplar Court]
1911 census schedule 208 

Charles ADDIS  

William MUSTOE,
Badsey 

Old brick and tile cottage in fair repair: living-room, kitchen, shed, 2 bedrooms. 

£4 4s;
half year. 

£4 4s;
£3 9s. 

01/01/1910; price details included in 484. 

Included in 477. 

 

 

Badsey
480
(map D)
IR58/93294
11/11/1912 

Cottage;
775 sq yds (477-481);
freehold. 

High Street
[Demolished c1950s, on site of Poplar Court]
1911 census schedule 209 

John DONES  

William MUSTOE,
Badsey 

Old brick and slate cottage: living-room, back kitchen, shed, 2 bedrooms, very small and one open to the stairs. 

£4 4s;
half year. 

£4 4s;
£3 9s. 

01/01/1910; price details included in 484. 

Included in 477. 

 

 

Badsey
481
(map D)
IR58/93294
17/09/1912 

Cottage;
775 sq yds (477-481);
freehold. 

High Street
[Demolished c1950s, on site of Poplar Court]
1911 census schedule 210 

Alfred TOMKINS  

William MUSTOE,
Badsey 

Brick and slate cottage old and poor: living-room, back kitchen, shed, 2 bedrooms, one open to stairs. 

£5;
half year. 

£4 4s;
£3 9s. 

01/01/1910; price details included in 484. 

Included in 477. 

 

 

Badsey
482
(map D)
IR58/93294
26/11/1912 

House, Orchard and Agricultural Land;
3a 1r 2p;
freehold. 

Main Street
[Demolished c1966, on site of 22 & 22A High Street]
1911 census schedule 206 

Horace WHEATLEY (void at Lady Day 1909) 

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Brick and slate house, old, poor repair; 2 front sitting-rooms; butcher's shop; back sitting-room; store, kitchen, scullery, cellar, 4 bedrooms, 4 attic bedrooms. Barn, stabling for 3, loose box, coach-house (with loft over), slaughter house, cow pens, shed, piggeries, walled-in garden and old glasshouse. Good pasture orchard and garden. 

£42;
lease;
21 years;
Michaelmas 1909. 

£23 18s 1d;
£18 17s 9d. 

 

£860
£490
£850
£480 

B = £350.
F = £20.
S = £370;
R = £10; easement. 

30/01/1912; sold by auction 4/12/1911 for £850.

Badsey
483
(map D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

House and Orchard;
1a 1r 5p;
freehold. 

Main Street
[18 High Street]
1911 census schedule 213 

John Ernest CULL  

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Ivy House, Aldington 

Brick and slate house in poor repair: 2 sitting-rooms, 4 bedrooms, detached wash-house, bakehouse with 2 ovens, room over, flour room; barn, stabling for 4 horses, loft over, coal shed. Pasture orchard. 

£30;
year. 

£24 4s 6d;
£20 5s 14d. 

 

£500
£200
£480
£180 

B = £295.
F = £5.
S = £300;
R = £20; easement (right to adjoining owner to pass through yard). 

30/01/1912; sold by auction 4/12/1911 for £480.

Badsey
484
(map D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Orchard and Cider Mill;
2a 1r 36p;
freehold. 

High Street - Cider Mill
[Demolished c1950s, on site of Poplar Court]
1911 census schedule 206A 

Alfred KERR  

William MUSTOE,
Church View, Badsey 

Pasture orchard with brick and slate cider mill and pigeon house.  

£25;
half year. 

£25;
£23 5s. 

01/01/1910; £800 (includes 477-481). 

£700
£575
£700
£575 

B = £100.
F = £25.
S = £125. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
485
(map )
IR58/93294
12/11/1912 

Land and Greenhouse. 

See Nos 1077-1083 inclusive (no return received)
 

E DORE (also George Geden, H Geden, C Hall, G Nightingale, S Knight, F Stewart) 

Thomas BYRD Junior,
Aldington 

This land has been valued under Nos 1077-1083 inclusive; no return received 

£0. 

£0;
£0. 

 

Included in 1077-1083. 

 

 

Badsey
486
(map D)
IR58/93294
07/11/1912 

House;
0a 3r 2p;
freehold. 

High street - Pool House
[Pool House and The Dower House, 23 & 25 High Street]
1911 census schedule 203 

Mrs G ASHWIN  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Brick, plaster and slate detached house: entrance hall, dining room at back, small library in front with bay window and drawing room, butler's pantry, cellar, larder, kitchen, scullery, coalhouse, stable, coach-house and harness room, 2 large front bedrooms, small front bedroom, 2 large back bedrooms and water closet, front and back stairs, 3 attic bedrooms and 2 bedrooms, large open landing. 

£45;
half year. 

£45;
£38 5s. 

 

£1000
£150
£1000
£150 

B = £850.
S = £850. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
487
(map D)
IR58/93294
09/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 2r 17p (487-488);
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate
[1 Orchard Cottages, Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 120 

Edward ROBERTS  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 9 Badsey Fields sale. Pair brick and tile cottages in very fair repair: 3 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen, wash-house, privy each; poor supply of water, roof leaks slightly. Brick timber and tile barn; coach-house and stable. 

£8;
year. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

 

Includes 488.
£253
£33
£250
£30 

B = £220.
S = £220;
R = £3; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
488
(map D)
IR58/93294
13/06/1913 

Cottage;
0a 2r 17p (487-488);
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate
[2 Orchard Cottages, Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 121 

James REEVES  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

See 487. 

£10;
year. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

 

Included in 487. 

 

 

Badsey
489
(map D)
IR58/93294
13/06/1913 

Cottage;
0a 1r 21p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate
[Orchard End, Badsey Fields Lane]
1911 census schedule 122 

Walter BLAKE (D Hartwell Junior in 1909) 

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 10 Badsey Fields sale. Brick and tile cottage, poor repair: 2 bedrooms, living-room, kitchen, back kitchen, privy. Brick, timber and tile open shed, 2 brick and tile pigstys, granary over, brick and tile barn and greenhouse. 

£8;
year. 

£5 5s;
£4 5s. 

 

£162
£22
£160
£20 

B = £140.
S = £140;
R = £2; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
490
(map D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Land;
2a 1r 9p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Foxhill
 

A BALLARD  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 47 Badsey Fields sale. 2 rows of Pershores; timber and iron shed. 

£6 13s 6d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£6 15s;
£6 8s. 

 

£115
£105
£115
£105 

B = £3.
F = £7.
S = £10. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
491
(map D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Land;
1a 3r 16p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Pains Headland
 

George BARNARD  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 52 Badsey Fields sale. 2 rows of Pershores; 3 short rows of Victorias; timber and iron shed. 

£5 13s 6d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£5 13s;
£5 7s. 

 

£91
£81
£90
£80 

B = £3.
F = £7.
S = £10;
R = £1; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
492
(map D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 3r 24p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Pains Headland
 

James BARNARD  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 55 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land; timber and iron shed. 

£3 14s 6d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£3 13s;
£3 5s. 

 

£69
£66
£68
£65 

B = £3.
S = £3;
R = £1; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
493
(map D)
IR58/93294
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 0r 36p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - Little Orchard
 

W W BLAKE  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 11 Badsey Fields sale. Pasture orchard planted mostly with apple trees (old); timber and iron shed. 

£14 18s 2d;
year;
includes 1100, 1101, 1102; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£15 18s;
£15 2s. 

 

£140
£110
£140
£110 

B = £5.
F = £10;
O = £15;
S = £30. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
494
(map D)
IR58/93294
01/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
11a 3r 9p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - White Hill
 

Mrs T BYRD  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 58 Badsey Fields sale. Arable field, no trees; north fence belongs. 

£21;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£18;
£17 2s. 

 

£480
£445
£450
£415 

O = £35;
S = £35;
R = £30; easement (of road from A to C on sale plan, the freehold going with this lot). 

23/10/1912; Mrs Theodosia BYRD; Bretforton; purchaser; sold for £450.

Badsey
495
(map D)
IR58/93294
13/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 34p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Badsey Field
 

Charles COLLETT (also W Ballard, Thomas Crane, Harold Cave, J Keyte) 

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 3 Badsey Fields sale. Timber and iron shed £5. 

£18 15s 8d;
year;
includes 1096, 1097, 1098, 1099; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£0;
£0;
not given. 

 

£170
£155
£170
£155 

B = £5.
O = £10;
S = £15. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
496
(map D)
IR58/93294
13/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
6a 3r 12p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Rye Furlong
 

Thomas R ELLISON  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 43 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land, few fruit trees; timber and iron shed. 

£19 9s;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£7 10s;
£16 12s. 

 

£263
£253
£260
£250 

B = £5.
F = £5.
S = £10;
R = £3; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
497
(map D)
IR58/93294
17/02/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 38p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Little Briar Croft
 

W T COLLETT  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 30 Badsey Fields sale. 2 rows of Victorias, 7 short rows of apples; timber and iron shed. 

£9 16s;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£9 16s;
£9 6s. 

 

£200
£185
£200
£185 

B = £5.
F = £10.
S = £15. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
498
(map D)
IR58/93294
19/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 22p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Foxhill
 

A C SPARROW  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 51 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land: 2 short rows of Victorias, 5 short rows of apples; 2 small sheds. 

£4 7s 4d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£4 7s;
£4 3s. 

 

£51
£41
£50
£40 

B = £2.
F = £8.
S = £10;
R = £1; easement. 

23/10/1912; W H & R CHURCHILL; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £40.

Badsey
499
(map D)
IR58/93294
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land and Greenhouse;
1a 0r 29p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Church Headland
 

E ROBERTS  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 15 Badsey Fields sale. 3 short rows of apples; 3 short rows of Pershores; 2 glasshouses; timber and iron shed. 

£3 16s;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£4 5s;
£4 1s. 

 

Includes 1103 (total valuation acreage 3a 0r 34p).
£145
£130
£145
£130 

B = £10.
F = £5.
S = £15. 

23/10/1912; Mr W E EMMS; 109 Montague Road, Smethwick, Birmingham; purchaser; sold for £130.

Badsey
500
(map D)
IR58/93294
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 30p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Long Furlong
 

Louis SPARROW  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 40 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land. 

£2 7s;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£2 15s;
£2 12s. 

 

Includes 516 (total valuation acreage 2a 3r 37p).
£108
£103
£108
£103 

B = £4.
F = £1.
S = £5. 

23/10/1912; Louis H SPARROW; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £103.

Badsey
501
(map D)
IR58/93295
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 11p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Church Headland
 

E & J DORE  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 19 Badsey Fields sale. 2 short rows of apples, long row of Pershores, 7 short rows of apples, long row of plums, timber and iron shed. 

£10 7s 6d;
year;
includes 1105, 1106; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£10 10s;
£10. 

 

£117
£107
£115
£105 

B = £5.
F = £5.
S = £10;
R = £2; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
502
(map D)
IR58/93295
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
9a 2r 0p (502&515);
freehold. 

Halfords Ground and Briar Croft
 

John DONES  

Mrs Emily BYRD,
The Firs, Badsey 

Few fruit trees; 3 wood and iron sheds. 

£4 7s 2d;
year. 

£4 10s;
£4 5s. 

 

Includes 515.
£725
£690
£725
£690 

B = £9.
F = £1;
O = £25;
S = £35. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
503
(map D)
IR58/93295
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
4a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Lane - Long Close
 

George JONES  

Mrs Emily BYRD,
The Firs, Badsey 

Pasture orchard: 9 rows of old apples and pears. 

£24;
year. 

£20;
£19. 

 

£530
£480
£530
£480 

F = £25;
O = £25;
S = £50. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
504
(map D)
IR58/93295
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 11p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of The Bittons
 

Percy HALL  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 28 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land; timber and iron shed. 

£11 10s;
year;
includes 1113; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£11 8s;
£10 7s. 

 

£180
£175
£180
£175 

B = £5.
S = £5. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
505
(map D)
IR58/93295
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Rye Furlong
 

Henry KEEN Junior  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 44 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land. 

£11 5s 8d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£7 7s;
£7. 

 

Includes 521 (total valuation acreage 4a 1r 28p).
£152
£152
£150
£150 

R = £2; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
506
(map D)
IR58/93295
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 25p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Church Headland
 

Daniel HARTWELL (1909 return says Daniel Hartwell Junior) 

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 13 Badsey Fields sale. 6 short rows of apples and choice fruit. 

£5 5s 6d;
year;
includes 1103; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£5 7s;
£5 2s. 

 

£65
£60
£65
£60 

F = £5.
S = £5. 

23/10/1912; John H KEEN; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £60.

Badsey
507
(map D)
IR58/93295
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 0r 28p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Pains Headland
 

Alfred GROVE  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 56 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land. 

£3 11s 6d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£2 8s;
£2 6s. 

 

£41
£41
£40
£40 

R = £1; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
508
(map D)
IR58/93295
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land and Greenhouse;
2a 3r 24p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Long Furlong
 

George E JONES  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 35 Badsey Fields sale. Arable land, used as market garden, part planted fruit trees; glasshouse and shed. 

£5 6s;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£6 5s;
£5 17s. 

 

£145
£120
£145
£120 

B = £15.
F = £10.
S = £25. 

23/10/1912; George JONES; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £120.

Badsey
509
(map D)
IR58/93295
07/11/1912 

Land;
3a 1r 8p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of The Bittons
 

Charles JONES  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 27 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land; ¾ row of Pershores, timber and iron shed. 

£10 5s 8d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£10;
£9 10s. 

 

£137
£132
£135
£130 

B = £3.
F = £2.
S = £5;
R = £2; easement (of road). 

23/10/1912; George JONES; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £130.

Badsey
510
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

Land;
1a 3r 28p;
freehold . 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Briar Croft
 

Richard KEEN  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 32 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land; timber and iron shed. 

£8 6s 10d;
year;
includes 1114; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£7 18s;
£7 11s. 

 

£116
£111
£115
£110 

B = £5.
S = £5;
R = £1; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
511
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/10/1912 

Land;
2a 3r 17p;
freehold . 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Church Headland
 

J H KEEN Junior  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 16 Badsey Fields sale. 2 short rows of apples; timber and iron shed, glasshouse on brick foundation. 

£5 12s 4d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£5 10s;
£5 5s. 

 

£110
£100
£110
£100 

B = £8.
F = £2.
S = £10. 

23/10/1912; John H KEEN; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £100.

Badsey
512
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

Land;
2a 0r 19p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Church Headland
 

J KEEN  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 17 Badsey Fields sale. 1 long row of Pershores. 

£6 5s;
year;
includes 1104; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£6 5s;
£5 19s. 

 

£102
£97
£100
£95 

F = £5.
S = £5;
R = £2; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
513
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

Land and Buildings;
12a 1r 22p;
freehold . 

Badsey Fields Estate - The Green
 

Charles KNIGHT  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 2 Badsey Fields sale. Pasture land; brick and tile barn. 

£56;
year;
includes 109r4, 1095; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£58 7s;
£55 5s. 

 

£835
£700
£825
£690 

B = £75.
O = £60;
S = £135;
R = £10; easement (accommodation road). 

23/10/1912; C KNIGHT; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £825.

Badsey
514
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

Land;
1a 0r 37p;
freehold . 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Badsey Field
 

E H COLLETT (Wilfred Geden in 1909 return) 

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 6 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land; wood and iron shed, no trees. 

£2 7s 8d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£1 18s;
£1 16s. 

 

£76
£66
£75
£65 

B = £5.
O = £5;
S = £10;
R = £1; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
515
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

Land;
9a 2r 0p (502&515);
freehold. 

Briar Croft
 

E H COLLETT (also Alfred Anker in 1909 return; C Knight in Field Book) 

Mrs Emily BYRD,
The Firs, Badsey 

None given - see Badsey 502. 

£24 7s 6d. 

£20 19s;
£22 16s. 

 

Included in 502. 

 

 

Badsey
516
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

Land;
1a 1r 30p;
freehold . 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Long Furlong
 

Louis SPARROW  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 41 Badsey Fields sale. Half row of Pershores; timber and iron shed. 

£2 7s;
year. 

£2 9s;
£2 7s. 

 

Included in 500. 

 

 

Badsey
517
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 1r 10p;
freehold . 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Briar Croft
 

George MALIN  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 34 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land; 3 rows Pershores, 1 row apples, 1 row Victorias, timber and iron shed. 

£12 9s;
year;
includes 1115; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£12 10s;
£11 7s. 

 

£160
£150
£160
£150 

B = £3.
F = £7.
S = £10. 

23/10/1912; Jerry SHARP; Aldington; purchaser; sold for £150.

Badsey
518
(map D)
IR58/93295
07/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 2r 12p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Church Headland
 

James REEVES  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 18 Badsey Fields sale. Long row of Pershores; glasshouse and shed. 

£4 14s 4d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£3 15s;
£3 11s. 

 

£81
£71
£80
£70 

B = £5.
F = £5.
S = £10;
R = £1; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
519
(map D)
IR58/93295
17/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 16p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Long Furlong
 

Hubert GAUKROGER  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 37 Badsey Fields sale. Arable land, used as market garden, partly planted with fruit trees. 

£2 13s;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£2 13s;
£2 11s. 

 

£70
£60
£70
£60 

F = £10.
S = £10. 

23/10/1912; George JONES; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £60.

Badsey
520
(map D)
IR58/93295
23/10/1912 

Agricultural Land and Greenhouse;
1a 1r 28p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of The Bittons
 

W H CHURCHILL  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 26 Badsey Fields sale. Timber and iron shed and glasshouse; 1 row of Pershores. 

£10 10s 4d;
year;
includes 1111, 1112; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£11 19s;
£11 4s. 

 

£83
£71
£82
£70 

B = £10.
F = £2.
S = £12;
R = £1; easement. 

23/10/1912; W H & R CHURCHILL; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £70.

Badsey
521
(map D)
IR58/93295
?/11/1912 

Land;
1a 1r 26p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Rye Furlong
 

KEEN  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

None given - see Badsey 505. 

£0;
year;
subject to 5% reduction; rent not given. 

£3 3s;
£3. 

 

Included in 505. 

 

 

Badsey
522
(map D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Land;
1a 3r 9p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Pain's Headland
 

Alfred GROVE  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 53 Badsey Fields sale. 4 short rows of young trees; timber and iron shed. 

£3 11s 6d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£3 10s;
£3 6s. 

 

£66
£61
£65
£60 

B = £5.
S = £5;
R = £1; easement. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
523
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

Land;
1a 2r 32p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Long Furlong
 

William Alfred TIDMARSH  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 36 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land; short row of Pershores, timber and iron shed. 

£3 3s;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£3 3s;
£3. 

 

£80
£75
£80
£75 

B = £3.
F = £2.
S = £5. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
524
(map D)
IR58/93295
23/10/1912 

Land;
1a 1r 22p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of Rye Furlong
 

William Thomas STANFORD  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 42 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land; timber and iron shed. 

£3 2s 6d;
year;
rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£3 12s;
£3 8s. 

 

£50
£45
£50
£45 

B = £5.
S = £5. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
525
(map D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Land;
0a 2r 29p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of The Bittons
 

Alfred SPARROW  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 25 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land; 2 rows of Pershores. 

£9 16s 8d;
year;
includes 1110; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£10 3s;
£9 13s. 

 

£35
£30
£35
£30 

F = £5.
S = £5. 

23/10/1912; W H & R CHURCHILL; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £30.

Badsey
526
(map D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Land;
0a 1r 16p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of The Bittons
 

Frederick STEWART  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 22 Badsey Fields sale. 2 short rows of apples. 

£8 2s 2d;
year;
includes 1107, 1108; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£8 16s;
£7 19s. 

 

£23
£20
£23
£20 

F = £3.
S = £3. 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
527
(map D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Land;
0a 2r 35p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields Estate - part of The Bittons
 

Joseph WALKER  

Percy H BYRD,
Stork Hotel, Liverpool 

Lot 24 Badsey Fields sale. Garden land; no trees or sheds. 

£9 11s 8d;
year;
includes 1109; rent subject to a reduction of 5% if paid at time of audit. 

£9 8s;
£8 18s. 

 

£40
£40
£40
£40 

 

23/10/1912.

Badsey
528
(map D)
IR58/93295
28/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
7a 0r 14p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields - Foxendean
 

Alfred DAVIS (William Keyte in 1909 return) 

A W BYRCH,
c/o Byrch, Cox & Sons, representatives of the late A W Byrch (in the 1909 return, A W Byrch is listed, with Mr G E Nind, Agent) 

A piece of bare wheat stubble, no trees at all; all the adjoining fences belong to the adjoining owner. The land is clean but in very poor condition and worth about 25/- per acre to rent; it is a long way from Badsey and difficult of access owing to the extremely bad state of the joint occupation road. Now in occupation of Henry Kelland. 

£8 10s;
year. 

£5 17s;
£5 11s. 

 

£190
£190
£190
£190 

 

24/11/1911; Mrs Elizabeth M KELLAND; c/o Henry Kelland, Badsey; purchaser; sold by auction 31/10/1911 for £190.

Badsey
529
(map D)
IR58/93295
17/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 3r 23p;
freehold. 

Part of Briar Croft
 

W J NEWBURY  

A W BYRCH,
c/o Byrch, Cox & Sons, representatives of the late A W Byrch (in the 1909 return, A W Byrch is listed, with Mr G E Nind, Agent) 

Market garden land: 2 timber and iron sheds. 

£8 10s;
year. 

£9;
£8 11s. 

 

£150
£140
£150
£140 

B = £10.
S = £10. 

30/09/1912; L C COX; Solicitors, Evesham; purchaser; offered by auction 28/9/1911 at Kings Head, Evesham, withdrawn at £160 (later sold for £140).

Badsey
530
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Cottage;
1a 1r 0p (530-531);
freehold. 

Pear Tree Corner Cottages
[1 Pear Tree Cottage, Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 88 

Mrs Mary RUSSELL  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Arable and pasture land let out in smallholdings and allotments. 2 modern brick and tile cottages, brick and tile barn, stables, fold yard and shelter shed and rickyard for the joint use of all tenants for purpose of ricking and threshing. 

£13;
week. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

 

Includes 531-547 (total valuation acreage 142a 2r 0p).
£7750
£5940
£7660
£5850 

B = £500.
T = £30;
F = £1130;
O = £150;
S = £1810;
R = £90; public right of way (bridle road £70; footpath £20). 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
531
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
14/11/1912 

Cottage;
1a 1r 0p (530-531);
freehold. 

Pear Tree Corner Cottages
[2 Pear Tree Cottage, Bowers Hill]
1911 census schedule 89 

James WILLMORE  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Brick and tile semi-detatched cottage, 8 years old in good repair: living-room, kitchen, pantry, brick and tile shed and water closet, tap water, 3 bedrooms; shed erected by tenant. 

£11 1s. 

£8;
£6 15s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
532
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
19/02/1913 

Land;
75a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill
 

John IDIENS  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Arable and rough pasture land; old allotments now laid down to grass. 

£35 5s 8d;
agreement for "brick kiln ground";
year;
29/9/1899. 

£34 18s;
£33 3s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
533
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
19/02/1913 

Land;
9a 3r 21p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill - Allen Ground
 

Hubert GAUKROGER  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Arable land planted with young apple trees; wood and iron shed. 

£14 6s 6d;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1907. 

£14 16s;
£14 2s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
534
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
19/02/1913 

Land;
6a 0r 24p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill - Lower Sands
 

Joseph KNIGHT Junior  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Light early arable land used for market gardening: 2 wood and iron sheds; no fruit trees; glasshouse on brick foundations. 

£21 1s 8d;
agreements except with t taylor;
year;
various dates;
includes 535, 541, 545. 

£2 16s;
£2 13s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
535
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
19/02/1913 

Land;
0a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill
 

E H COLLETT  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 534. 

£0;
included in 534. 

£2 3s;
£2 1s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
536
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Land;
1a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill
 

Arthur E JONES  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 539. 

£0;
included in 539. 

£6 8s;
£6 1s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
537
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Land;
6a 2r 30p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill - Black Ground
 

Arthur E JONES  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Deep rich black loam planted with fruit trees, apples, pears and plums and where open used for market gardening; wood and iron shed and pigsty. 

£13 7s 6d;
agreement;
year;
29/9/1893. 

£13 7s;
£12 14s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
538
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Land;
21a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill
 

Arthur E & G JONES  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Arable heavy land on south-west slope planted with apple, pear and plum trees; small wood and iron sheds. 

£20;
agreement;
year;
29/9/1894. 

£20;
£19. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
539
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Land;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill - Upper Sands
 

Geoffrey JONES (also A E Jones and W T Stanford) 

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Light early arable land used for market gardening. 

£20 0s 4d;
agreements;
year;
September 1895 to September 1908;
includes 536. 

£13 10s;
£12 17s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
540
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Land;
1a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill - Big Abrahams Well
 

V COCKERTON  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Part arable and part rough pasture; few plum trees; wood and iron shed. 

£7 6s 8d;
agreements;
year;
September 1904 to September 1908;
includes 546. 

£2 17s;
£2 14s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
541
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
09/11/1912 

Land;
4a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill
 

E MUSTOE  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 534. 

£0;
included in 534. 

£13 13s;
£13. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
542
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Land;
1a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill - Abrahams Well Close
 

James SADLER (also James Braven in Field Book) 

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Pasture: good flat meadow, rather coarse grasses. 

£8 10s 4d;
agreements;
year;
September 1904 to September 1905;
includes 547. 

£5;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
543
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
23/10/1912 

Land;
4a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill - Abrahams Well Close
 

Thomas SADLER  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Pasture: flat meadow near brook, good rough cow pasture. 

£9 17s 6d;
year. 

£9 17s;
£9 7s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
544
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
4a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill - Abrahams Close
 

Richard SADLER  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 530. 

£12 12s;
agreement;
year;
29/9/1894. 

£12 12s;
£12. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
545
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
0a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill
 

Thomas TAYLOR  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 534. 

£0;
included in 534. 

£2 9s;
£2 7s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
546
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
09/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
0a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill
 

Mrs RUSSELL (also T Perkins and W Roberts) 

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 540. 

£0;
included in 540. 

£2 9s;
£2 7s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
547
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
09/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Between Sands Lane and Bowers Hill
 

James BREWER  

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 542. 

£0;
included in 542. 

£3 10s;
£3 6s. 

 

Included in 530. 

 

 

Badsey
548
(map F)
IR58/93295
25/02/1913 

Agricultural Land;
40a 1r 20p. 

Willersey Road - Badsey Roughs (south side of road)
 

F I H INGLEDEW (also Sir J Hume Campbell and C J Scott in Field Book) 

Christ Church College ,
c/o G T Hutchinson, Treasurer, Oxford (agent, Mr R Webb, Evesham) 

Two very poor, heavy, wet pasture fields: ant heaps and carnation grass and small whitethorn rough coppice. 

£29;
agreement;
29/09/1908. 

£20;
£19. 

 

£665
£575
£665
£575 

T = £15.
O = £75;
S = £90. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
549
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/11/1912 

House;
0a 0r 16p;
freehold. 

Lanket Lane - Rusholme
[Rusholme, 29 Brewers Lane]
1911 census schedule 158 

Henry FIELD  

William KNIGHT,
Asparago House, Badsey 

2 front rooms, 1 bay window, back kitchen, pantry, 3 bedrooms. 

£10;
half year. 

£10;
£10. 

 

£260
£20
£260
£20 

B = £240.
S = £240. 

26/02/1913.

Badsey
550
(map D)
IR58/93295
25/02/1913 

House;
1097 sq yds;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - The Leys
[12 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 242 

Void (pencilled note in 1909 return to say "Ernest Mustoe, Orchard House") 

Cheltenham & Gloucestershire Permanent Mutual Benefit Building Society ,
18 Clarence Street, Cheltenham 

Brick and tile house, quite new and in good repair: porch and entrance hall, 2 sitting-rooms (board floors and bay windows), kitchen, scullery and furnace, water closet, tile floors, 4 bedrooms. Tap water, dumb well. 

£30. 

£15;
£12 15s. 

 

£385
£50
£385
£50 

B = £335.
S = £335. 

28/11/1912; Ernest Edward MUSTOE; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £385.

Badsey
551
(map D)
IR58/93295
13/05/1913 

House;
0a 0r 20p;
freehold. 

The Leys
[14 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 243 

John SEARS  

John SEARS,
Hopyard Villas, Badsey 

Brick and tile house, quite new and in good repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, scullery, tile floor, stair, pantry; wood and iron coalhouse, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

April 1908; £35; £175. 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

28/11/1912; sold for £395 (including 552).

Badsey
552
(map D)
IR58/93295
23/10/1912 

House;
0a 0r 20p;
freehold. 

The Leys
[16 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 244 

Thomas SEARS  

Thomas (John in Provisional Valuation) SEARS,
Hopyard Villas, Badsey 

Brick and tile house, quite new and in good repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, scullery, tile floor, stair, pantry; wood and iron coalhouse, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

April 1908; £35; £175. 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

28/11/1912; sale included in 551.

Badsey
553
(map D)
IR58/93295
23/10/1912 

House;
0a 1r 24p;
part freehold and part leasehold. 

Bretforton Road
[18 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 245 

Mrs Elizabeth PETHARD  

Mrs Elizabeth PETHARD,
Bretforton Road, Badsey 

Brick and tile house in good repair about 6 yrs old: entrance hall, 2 sitting-rooms, board floors, 1 bay window; brick porch and dairy, back kitchen and furnace, 3 large bedrooms, water closet and bath. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£15;
£12 15s. 

24/03/1908; £80; £250 (cottage erected). 

£550
£80
£550
£80 

B = £470.
S = £470. 

28/11/1912.

Badsey
554
(map D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

House;
0a 0r 24p;
freehold. 

Cherry House
[83 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 275 

Edward J WILSON  

Edward J WILSON,
Cherry House, Badsey 

Built 1908, brick and tile house in good repair: sitting-room, board floor and bay window, living-room, tiled floor and bay window, back kitchen, scullery, pantry, water closet, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

1908; £80; £325. 

£400
£80
£400
£80 

B = £320.
S = £320. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
555
(map D)
IR58/93295
23/10/1912 

House;
0a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Gartrie
[105 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 275B&276 

Richard W WIGGINS  

Mrs Lucy JINKS,
Beulah House, Badsey 

Brick and tile house in good repair: side door, 2 front sitting-rooms, back kitchen and pantry, water closet and coalhouse, 3 bedrooms. 

£13;
quarter. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

1908; £30; £190. 

£260
£30
£260
£30 

B = £230.
S = £230. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
556
(map D)
IR58/93295
23/10/1912 

House;
0a 0r 16p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Glenroy
[107 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 277 

Thomas VICARAGE  

Thomas VICARAGE,
Bretforton Road, Badsey 

Brick and tile house, nearly new and in good repair: 2 sitting-rooms, bay windows, scullery, back kitchen, pantry, coalhouse and water closet, 3 bedrooms. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£11;
£9 7s. 

March 1908; £43 8s; £265. 

£320
£45
£320
£45 

B = £275.
S = £275. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
557
(map D)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Claybrook Cottages
[75 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 269 

Charles TOVEY (no one listed in 1909 return) 

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Brick and slate house in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, stone floor, coalhouse, water closet, furnace outside back door, 3 bedrooms. 

£14 14s;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
558
(map D)
IR58/93295
09/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Claybrook Cottages
[73 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 268 

Edwin BELL  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Brick and slate house in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, stone floor, coalhouse, water closet, furnace outside back door, 3 bedrooms. 

£14 14s 8d;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
559
(map )
IR58/93295
 

 

Omitted by Land Valuation Officer
 

 

,
 

Omitted by Land Valuation Officer. 

£ s d. 

£ s d;
£ s d. 

 

 

 

 

Badsey
560
(map D)
IR58/93295
23/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road
[79 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 271 

J DOWDESWELL (C E Tovey in 1909 return) 

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Brick and slate house in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, stone floor, coalhouse, water closet, furnace outside back door, 3 bedrooms. 

£14 14s 8d;
month. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
561
(map D)
IR58/93295
10/08/1911 

Cottage;
0a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road
[71 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 267 

George HERBERT (moved in since 1909 return) 

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Brick and slate house in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, stone floor, coalhouse, water closet, furnace outside back door, 3 bedrooms. 

£14 14s 8d;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
562
(map D)
IR58/93295
19/02/1913 

Cottage;
0a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road
[77 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 270 

William CHECKETTS (no one listed in 1909 return) 

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Brick and slate house in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, stone floor, coalhouse, water closet, furnace outside back door, 3 bedrooms. 

£14 14s 8d;
month. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
563
(map D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road
[81 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 272 

E A OLLSON  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Brick and slate house in fair repair: sitting-room, board floor, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, stone floor, coalhouse, water closet, furnace outside back door, 3 bedrooms. 

£14 14s 8d;
quarter. 

£9;
£7 12s. 

 

£220
£30
£220
£30 

B = £190.
S = £190. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
564
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
16/06/1912 

Cottage;
freehold. 

Claybrook
[101 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 279 

Charles HOPKINS  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Arable land let out in small holdings: pasture orchards, cottages and buildings. Brick and tile cottage, old, fair repair: kitchen, pantry, wash-house and furnace; pump water and privy for 2. 

£7;
half year. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Includes 465, 468-576 (total valuation acreage 41a 0r 2p).
£2010
£1575
£2010
£1575 

B = £320.
T = £7;
F = £93;
O = £15;
S = £435. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
565
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
09/05/1912 

Cottage;
freehold. 

Claybrook
[103 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 280 

J SALTER  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Brick and tile cottage, old, fair repair: kitchen, pantry, wash-house and furnace, 2 bedrooms, pump water and privy for 2. 

£7;
half year. 

£6;
£4 15s. 

 

Included in 564. 

 

 

Badsey
566
(map D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Land;
7a 2r 14p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Claybrook Nurseries
 

Henry RICHARDSON  

Henry RICHARDSON,
Lenchwick, near Evesham 

None given - see Badsey 405. 

£0;
owner/occupier. 

£25 5s;
£24. 

29/09/1908; £750; £17. 

Included in 405. 

 

 

Badsey
567
(map D)
IR58/93295
22/10/1912 

Land;
3a 2r 35p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road
 

C TOVEY  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Heavy arable land used for market gardening. 

£5 12s 2d;
year. 

£5 12s;
£5 7s. 

 

£200
£200
£200
£200 

 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
568
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
22/10/1912 

Land;
5a 3r 15p;
freehold. 

Claybrook
 

FIELD & CO  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Pasture orchard: Pershores, old apples and pears; brick, iron and tile open cart shed; brick, iron and tile cow stall for 3; brick, iron and tile stable for 6; iron and tile barn on stone foundation; brick, iron and tile loose box and open feeding shed, 2 bays; wood and iron shed. 

£11 10s 8d;
year. 

£11 10s;
£11. 

 

Included in 564. 

 

 

Badsey
569
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
22/10/1912 

Land;
2a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Claybrook
 

W H THOMAS (T Osborne in 1909 return) 

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Arable land: market garden. 

£3;
year. 

£3;
£2 17s. 

 

Included in 564. 

 

 

Badsey
570
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
22/10/1912 

Land;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Claybrook
 

Richard William WIGGINS  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Arable land: market garden. 

£8 15s;
year. 

£8 15s;
£8 6s. 

 

Included in 564. 

 

 

Badsey
571
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Land;
2a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Claybrook
 

John HOWELL  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Arable land: market garden. 

£3 7s;
year. 

£3 7s;
£3 4s. 

 

Included in 564. 

 

 

Badsey
572
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Land;
11a 2r 21p;
freehold. 

Claybrook
 

C & Frank HOPKINS  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Arable land: few fruit trees and sheds. 

£20 0s 11d;
year. 

£26 15s;
£24 19s. 

 

Included in 564. 

 

 

Badsey
573
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Land;
3a 2r 27p;
freehold. 

Claybrook
 

Buckley BENT  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Arable land: wood and iron shed. 

£5 12s 6d;
year. 

£5 12s;
£5 8s. 

 

Included in 564. 

 

 

Badsey
574
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
23/10/1912 

Land;
3a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Claybrook
 

V C HILL  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Arable land used for market garden. 

£4 16s 6d;
year. 

£4 16s;
£4 12s. 

 

Included in 564. 

 

 

Badsey
575
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
31/10/1913 

Land;
3a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Claybrook
 

George H FIELD  

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Arable land: market garden, shed and fruit trees. 

£8 8s 4d;
year. 

£9;
£8 11s. 

 

Included in 564. 

 

 

Badsey
576
(map B&D)
IR58/93295
31/10/1913 

Land;
3a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Claybrook
 

Lionel E HORNE ( also John Sears, C Tovey, E Bell) 

Mrs F M FIELD,
The Hall, Sedgeberrow 

Arable land used for market garden. 

£12 7s 8d;
year. 

£12 5s;
£11 14s. 

 

Included in 564. 

 

 

Badsey
577
(map D)
IR58/93295
06/09/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Foxhill
 

Thomas SADLER  

T W GLASBROOK,
Burford Road, Evesham 

Market garden land. 

£3 15s;
year. 

£3;
£2 17s. 

29/09/1900; price details included in 578. 

£93
£93
£90
£90 

R = £3; easement. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
578
(map D)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
6a 2r 18p;
freehold. 

Foxhill
 

James HERBERT  

T W GLASBROOK,
Burford Road, Evesham 

Market garden land: timber and iron shed, 1½ rows of trees. 

£9 11s 8d;
year. 

£9 10s;
£9. 

29/09/1900; £204 (includes 577). 

£205
£200
£200
£195 

B = £5.
S = £5;
R = £5; easement. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
579
(map D)
IR58/93295
?/12/1912 

Agricultural Land;
10a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

The Bush Ground
 

J KEYTE (also Mrs E Hall, William Roberts, M Warner, A Davies, plus also George Malin in 1909) 

George HERITAGE,
c/o Noah Hughes, Agent, 5 North Road, Bengeworth, Evesham 

Market garden ground: fruit trees, 3 timber and iron sheds. A note in the Field Book says: "N Hughes receives £1 per year for collecting rents. This land is a long way from main road, therefore would be only of small value, very bad road to it." 

£21 2s;
lease (davis);
year. 

£20 4s;
£19 5s. 

 

£478
£458
£470
£450 

B = £12.
F = £8.
S = £20;
R = £8; easement (occupation road, right of way to owners only). 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
580
(map D)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
0a 3r 30p;
freehold. 

Part of Briar Close
 

Louis VINCENT  

Mrs Lizzie HERITAGE ("now URSELL" in Provisional Valuation),
Ivy Cottage, Hayden, near Cheltenham 

Garden land planted with asparagus. 

£3 15s;
lease;
7 years;
29/09/1910. 

£2 16s;
£2 13s. 

10/07/1899; £65. 

£65
£65
£60
£60 

R = £5; easement (right of road on north side). 

21/05/1913; Miss May E SLADDEN; Seaward (sic) House, Badsey; purchaser; sold for £40.

Badsey
581
(map D)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
0a 3r 22p;
freehold. 

The Sand
 

F SALTER (also C A Binyon) 

Alfred HERITAGE,
The Leys, Evesham 

Market garden land. 

£10 10s;
year;
includes 1092. 

£6 18s;
£6 12s. 

29/09/1890; £71. 

£105
£98
£105
£98 

B = £7.
S = £7. 

27/02/1913; C A BINYON; Badsey; purchaser; sold for £99 10s.

Badsey
582
(map D)
IR58/93295
?/12/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Knights Ground
 

John JELFS  

R KNIGHT & SONS,
c/o Mr Fred Lewis, Agent, 23 Cambria Road, Evesham, on behalf of executors of R Knight (Mrs Jones, Cleeve Cottage, Kings Road, Bengeworth, is the executor) 

Market garden land: fruit trees, 2 glasshouses, 7 timber and iron sheds, 3 wood and iron pigstys, brick and tile barn, 3 brick and tile stables, wood and iron pigsty. 

£3 2s 6d;
year;
September 29th. 

£3 2s;
£2 19s. 

 

Includes 583-591 (total valuation acreage 32a 0r 34p).
£1760
£1575
£1760
£1575 

B = £150.
F = £10;
O = £25;
S = £185. 

29/11/1912; passed for Estate Duty at £1700.

Badsey
583
(map D)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Knights Ground
 

William JELFS  

R KNIGHT & SONS,
c/o Mr Fred Lewis, Agent, 23 Cambria Road, Evesham, on behalf of executors of R Knight 

None given - see Badsey 582. 

£2 5s 6d;
year;
September 29th. 

£2 5s;
£2 3s. 

 

Included in 582. 

 

 

Badsey
584
(map D)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Agricultural Land;
2a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Knights Ground
 

Mrs Louisa KNIGHT  

R KNIGHT & SONS,
c/o Mr Fred Lewis, Agent, 23 Cambria Road, Evesham, on behalf of executors of R Knight 

None given - see Badsey 582. 

£4 0s 10d;
year;
September 29th. 

£4;
£3 16s. 

 

Included in 582. 

 

 

Badsey
585
(map D)
IR58/93295
12/11/1910 

Agricultural Land;
4a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Knights Ground
 

William PORTER  

R KNIGHT & SONS,
c/o Mr Fred Lewis, Agent, 23 Cambria Road, Evesham, on behalf of executors of R Knight 

None given - see Badsey 582. 

£9 6s 4d;
year;
September 29th. 

£7 11s;
£7 3s. 

 

Included in 582. 

 

 

Badsey
586
(map D)
IR58/93295
22/10/1912 

Agricultural Land and Greenhouse;
4a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Knights Ground
 

William BROOKES  

R KNIGHT & SONS,
c/o Mr Fred Lewis, Agent, 23 Cambria Road, Evesham, on behalf of executors of R Knight 

None given - see Badsey 582. 

£10;
year;
September 29th. 

£11;
£10 7s. 

 

Included in 582. 

 

 

Badsey
587
(map D)
IR58/93295
22/10/1912 

Land;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Knights Ground
 

J C SHERWOOD  

R KNIGHT & SONS,
c/o Mr Fred Lewis, Agent, 23 Cambria Road, Evesham, on behalf of executors of R Knight 

None given - see Badsey 582. 

£8 19s 7d;
year;
September 29th. 

£9;
£8 11s. 

 

Included in 582. 

 

 

Badsey
588
(map D)
IR58/93295
22/10/1912 

Land;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Knights Ground
 

R J SHERWOOD  

R KNIGHT & SONS,
c/o Mr Fred Lewis, Agent, 23 Cambria Road, Evesham, on behalf of executors of R Knight 

None given - see Badsey 582. 

£8 19s 7d;
year;
September 29th. 

£9;
£8 11s. 

 

Included in 582. 

 

 

Badsey
589
(map D)
IR58/93295
22/10/1912 

Land;
2a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Knights Ground
 

Sam STANLEY  

R KNIGHT & SONS,
c/o Mr Fred Lewis, Agent, 23 Cambria Road, Evesham, on behalf of executors of R Knight 

None given - see Badsey 582. 

£4 8s 10d;
year;
September 29th. 

£4 9s;
£4 5s. 

 

Included in 582. 

 

 

Badsey
590
(map D)
IR58/93295
22/10/1912 

Land;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Knights Ground
 

Fred TOMPKINS  

R KNIGHT & SONS,
c/o Mr Fred Lewis, Agent, 23 Cambria Road, Evesham, on behalf of executors of R Knight 

None given - see Badsey 582. 

£2 2s;
year;
September 29th. 

£2 2s;
£2. 

 

Included in 582. 

 

 

Badsey
591
(map D)
IR58/93295
22/10/1912 

Land;
5a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Knights Ground
 

Charles HERBERT (Job Walford in 1909) 

R KNIGHT & SONS,
c/o Mr Fred Lewis, Agent, 23 Cambria Road, Evesham, on behalf of executors of R Knight 

None given - see Badsey 582. 

£10 10s 8d;
year;
September 29th. 

£10 11s;
£10 1s. 

 

Included in 582. 

 

 

Badsey
592
(map D)
IR58/93295
13/11/1912 

Land;
12a 1r 22p;
freehold. 

Badsey Fields
 

KELLAND (A Davies in 1909 and crossed out in Field Book) 

R KNIGHT & SONS,
Provisional valuation has Mrs Jones, Cleeve Cottage, Kings Road, Bengeworth, Evesham, as the owner 

Market garden land: no fruit trees, timber and tile open shed on brick foundation, stable for 2 and harness room. 

£16 5s;
year;
September 29th. 

£6;
£5 14s. 

 

£475
£450
£475
£450 

B = £25.
S = £25. 

13/03/1913 amended (original not available); sold for £475.

Badsey
593
(map D)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 4p;
freehold. 

Adjacent new schools
[Demolished c1970, on site of 12 School Lane]
1911 census schedule 38 

Charles J PERKINS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Two old timber and tile cottages, 2 up and 2 down; old timber and stone barns and sheds used by tenants of the estate. 

£5;
agreement;
quarter;
29/09/1908. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Includes 594, 597, 602, 614, 620 (total valuation acreage 0a 2r 35p).
£580
£265
£575
£260 

B = £315.
S = £315;
R = £5; public right of way (public footpath). 

16/06/1913; sold for £1300 (including part of 909 Bengeworth).

Badsey
594
(map D)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Cottage;
0a 0r 4p;
freehold. 

Adjacent new schools
[Demolished c1970, on site of 12 School Lane]
1911 census schedule 39 

Benjamin SEARS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 593. 

£5;
year. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 593. 

 

 

Badsey
595
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Land;
2a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

Decimus AGG Senior  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 608. 

£7 13s;
£7 5s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
596
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Land;
4a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

Joseph AGG  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 616. 

£5 8s;
£8. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
597
(map D)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Shed;
freehold. 

Opposite Montpellier House and Bell Inn
 

George BELL  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 593. 

£0 10s;
year. 

£0 10s;
£0 10s. 

 

Included in 593. 

 

 

Badsey
598
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
24/10/1912 

Land;
6a 28r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

William BENNETT  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Arable land used for market gardening, part is heavy clay and the other light early loam: partly planted with fruit trees in odd lots and several wood and iron sheds. Concrete and tile house built around 1908, walls damp, living-room, kitchen, dairy, scullery, water closet, tap water, 4 bedrooms; stone and tile stables for 3, wood and iron sheds. 

£18 10s 6d;
agreement;
year;
29/9/1884. 

£18 10s;
£17 12s. 

 

Includes 595, 596, 599-601, 603-605, 607, 608, 610, 612, 613, 615, 616, 618, 621, 622, 624 (total valuation acreage 67a 3r 10p).
£4945
£4420
£4945
£4420 

B = £301.
F = £152;
O = £72;
S = £525. 

30/01/1913.

Badsey
599
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
17/09/1912 

Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

Stephen STYLES  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 608. 

£4 3s;
£3 19s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
600
(map D&F)
IR58/93295
26/11/1912 

Land;
5a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

W D SPARROW  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 616. 

£13 8s;
£12 15s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
601
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
04/11/1912 

Land;
2a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

B COCKERTON  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 608. 

£7 7s;
£0. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
602
(map D)
IR58/93296
13/11/1912 

Buildings;
freehold. 

Opposite Montpellier House and Bell Inn
 

John CRANE  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 593. 

£2;
year. 

£2;
£1 14s. 

 

Included in 593. 

 

 

Badsey
603
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
13/11/1912 

Land;
1a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

W TIDMARSH (also W Hartwell) 

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 608. 

£6;
£5 15s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
604
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
13/11/1912 

Land;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

Owen J TEAL  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 616. 

£3 2s;
£2 18s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
605
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
13/11/1912 

Land;
2a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

E W COX (also James Hartwell) 

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 610. 

£7 15s;
£7 7s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
606
(map F)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Land;
10a 0r 13p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - Willersey Way
 

Frederick I Hooper INGLEDEW  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Arable field: 26 rows of apples, pears and plums, wood and iron shed and stable. 

£15 2s 6d;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1904. 

£15;
£14 5s. 

 

£515
£450
£515
£450 

B = £10.
F = £55.
S = £65. 

30/01/1913.

Badsey
607
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Land and Buildings;
6a 3r 38p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Long Ground
 

Arthur Edward JONES  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£21 19s 2d;
year. 

£21 19s;
£20 15s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
608
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Land;
3a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bush Ground
 

Henry KEEN  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£14 5s 4d;
agreements except with mrs d knight;
year;
various dates;
includes 595, 599, 601, 603, 621. 

£9 7s;
£8 17s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
609
(map D)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Land and Greenhouse;
2a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Sands Lane - Yew Close
 

John KEEN  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Arable field: 12 rows of Pershores, wood and iron shed and glasshouse; brick and tile shed and greenhouse. 

£34 15s 4d;
agreements with collett and perkins;
year;
various;
includes 623. 

£10 2s;
£9 10s. 

 

Includes 623 (total valuation acreage 10a 2r 12p).
£1340
£1280
£1340
£1280 

B = £25.
F = £15;
O = £20;
S = £60. 

30/01/1913.

Badsey
610
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Land;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

C KEYTE (also John H Keen and Mrs D Knight) 

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
includes 605, 613, 622, 624. 

£0;
£0. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
611
(map D)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Barn;
565 sq yds;
freehold. 

Fronting High Street - adjacent Montpellier House
 

Thomas MARSHALL  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Brick and tile cow shed and 4 bays and one closed off; wood pale fence front side. 

£3;
agreement;
half year;
25/03/1903. 

£3;
£2 11s. 

 

£57
£42
£57
£42 

B = £15.
S = £15. 

28/02/1913; John Edwin KNIGHT; Fair View, Evesham; purchaser; sold for £57.

Badsey
612
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Land;
1a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

James MOISEY  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 616. 

£2 8s;
£2 5s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
613
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Land;
2a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

John W MASON  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 610. 

£7 2s;
£6 15s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
614
(map D)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Buildings;
freehold. 

Opposite Montpellier House and Bell Inn
 

E F SALTER  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 593. 

£0 10s;
half year;
25/03/1908. 

£0 10s;
£0 10s. 

 

Included in 593. 

 

 

Badsey
615
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Land;
1a 3r 32p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Long Ground
 

Charles J PERKINS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£5 17s;
agreement;
year;
29/09/1908. 

£11 19s;
£11 9s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
616
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
22/10/1912 

Land and Buildings;
4a 0r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Hurst Way
 

John ROBERTS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£42 4s 6d;
agreements except with part of j agg's;
year;
various dates;
includes 596, 600, 604, 612. 

£10 17s;
£10 7s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
617
(map D)
IR58/93296
22/05/1912 

House;
1040 sq yds;
freehold. 

Montpellier House
[42 High Street]
1911 census schedule 174A 

Void  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Stone and tile very old house in very bad repair: entrance hall, 2 front rooms, kitchen, stone floor, paved yard and detached back kitchen, 6 bedrooms and two attics; stone and tile cart shed. 

£0;
includes 1122, 1123 - unoccupied. 

£25;
£21 5s. 

 

£275
£75
£275
£75 

B = £200.
S = £200. 

28/02/1913; Reverend J Ludlow LOPES; 178 High Street, Deritend, Birmingham; purchaser; sold for £275.

Badsey
618
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
07/11/1912 

House;
6a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook
[Bully Brook, Willersey Road]
1911 census schedule 86 

Thomas SADLER  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£37 14s;
agreement for land only;
year;
26/3/1895. 

£35;
£31 5s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
619
(map D)
IR58/93296
07/11/1912 

Land;
3a 1r 3p;
freehold. 

Nap Orchard
 

Thomas SADLER ("now A E Jones" added in Field Book) 

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Pasture orchard: 6 rows of old apples; timber and tile shed; iron rails near brook. 

£7. 

£17;
£16 3s. 

 

£520
£460
£500
£440 

B = £10.
F = £20;
O = £30;
S = £60;
R = £20; public right of way (alleged footpath). 

28/02/1913; A E JONES; Malvern House, Badsey; purchaser; sold for £500.

Badsey
620
(map D)
IR58/93296
07/11/1912 

Buildings;
freehold. 

Opposite Montpellier House and Bell Inn
 

Benjamin SEARS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 593. 

£2 12s;
agreement for stable but not for sheds;
half year;
29/09/1902. 

£2 15s;
£2 8s. 

 

Included in 593. 

 

 

Badsey
621
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
07/11/1912 

Land;
1a 1r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

Frederick SEARS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 608. 

£4 6s;
£4 2s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
622
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
23/10/1912 

Land;
2a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

Thomas WILLIS  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 610. 

£7 7s;
£7. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
623
(map D)
IR58/93296
23/10/1912 

Land;
7a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Sands Lane - Yew Close
 

E H COLLETT (also Frederick Perkins) 

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 609. 

£0;
included in 609. 

£25 12s;
£24 7s. 

 

Included in 609. 

 

 

Badsey
624
(map D&F)
IR58/93296
07/11/1912 

Land;
1a 2r 0p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Badsey to Willersey Road - Bully Brook and Hurst Way
 

Frank HERBERT  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 598. 

£0;
included in 610. 

£3;
£2 7s. 

 

Included in 598. 

 

 

Badsey
625
(map D)
IR58/93296
07/11/1912 

Cottage;
1a 0r 20p (625-627);
freehold. 

Mill Lane
[Orchard Cottage, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 182 

Richard KEEN  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Brick half-timber daub and slate cottage, very old but good repair: living-room, back kitchen, kitchen, small wash-house, 3 bedrooms through one to other, water closet and tap. 

£5 18s 6d;
agreement;
quarter;
29/09/1903. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Includes 626, 627.
£500
£150
£500
£150 

B = £335.
F = £5;
O = £10;
S = £350. 

16/06/1913.

Badsey
626
(map D)
IR58/93296
07/11/1912 

Cottage;
1a 0r 20p (625-627);
freehold. 

Mill Lane
[Barn Court, Mill Lane]
1911 census schedule 183 

William KEEN  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Brick half-timber daub and slate cottage, old but good repair: kitchen and big back kitchen, small wash-house outside, 2 bedrooms, tap and privy. 

£9;
year. 

£5;
£4. 

 

Included in 625. 

 

 

Badsey
627
(map D)
IR58/93296
26/11/1912 

Buildings and Orchard;
1a 0r 20p (625-627);
freehold. 

Mill Lane
 

William KEEN  

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Old barn used as basket store for tenants of the estate; pasture orchard, old apples and plums. 

£0;
included in 626. 

£4;
£3 12s. 

 

Included in 625. 

 

 

Badsey
628
(map F)
IR58/93296
26/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
9a 3r 0p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - Sands Fields
 

Charles P BROOKES (also George Hartwell, Mrs H Heritage, John Keyte, E Clevely, John Knight, John Pethard) 

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

Light arable land, few fruit trees and wood and iron sheds. 

£25 8s 2d;
agreements with all except j knight;
year;
various dates. 

£25 5s;
£24 2s. 

 

Includes 629 (total valuation acreage 20a 0r 36p).
£1350
£1200
£1350
£1200 

B = £40.
F = £10;
O = £100;
S = £150. 

30/01/1913.

Badsey
629
(map F)
IR58/93296
26/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
10a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Willersey Road - Sands Fields
 

A J DRINKWATER (also James Hall, William Hartwell, Frank Herbert, Shindler Thorne & Co) 

J P LORD,
c/o Trustees of J P Lord, Messrs Lord & Parker, 3 Foregate Street, Evesham (agent Mr R Webb, High Street, Evesham) 

None given - see Badsey 628. 

£30 4s;
agreements;
year;
various dates. 

£0;
£0;
not given. 

 

Included in 628. 

 

 

Badsey
630
(map D)
IR58/93296
26/11/1912 

Agricultural Land;
3a 0r 12p;
freehold. 

Adjoining Hadds Hill
 

Clinton EVANS (also Mrs Matilda Geden) 

James Croft NICKLIN,
Crown Iron Warehouse, 160 Rolfe Street, Smethwick 

Market garden land: 15 rows of trees; timber and iron shed. 

£6 10s;
lease/agreement;
10 years/yearly;
July 1905;
part let to Mrs Geden 10 years lease, part let to C Evans yearly tenancy. 

£6 3s;
£5 17s. 

 

£145
£125
£145
£125 

B = £5.
F = £15.
S = £20. 

27/02/1913.

Badsey
631
(map D)
IR58/93296
29/06/1912 

Agricultural Land;
14a 1r 35p;
freehold. 

Evesham to Bretforton Road (south side) - Badsey Fields
 

J C SHERWOOD (also R J Sherwood, Job Walford, Charles Herbert, E R Pitts, John Walford) 

Joseph WHITFORD,
Bretforton 

Market garden land: fruit trees, Pershores, Victorias, apples and choice; 7 timber and iron sheds. 

£0;
year;
no rent amount given. 

£35 2s;
£33 7s. 

 

£705
£650
£705
£650 

B = £30.
F = £10;
O = £15;
S = £55. 

30/09/1912.

Badsey
632
(map D)
IR58/93296
29/06/1912 

House;
0a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Glencoe
[85 Bretforton Road]
1911 census schedule 275A 

WILKINS  

Edward HUGHES,
Norton, near Evesham 

Brick and tile house in good repair: sitting-room, board floor, bay window, back kitchen, kitchen, pantry, coalhouse and water closet, 3 bedrooms and boxroom. 

£14;
month. 

£10;
£8 10s. 

29/01/1906; £25 for land; £190 for house. 

£260
£30
£260
£30 

B = £230.
S = £230. 

31/10/1912.

Badsey
633
(map D)
IR58/93296
29/06/1912 

House;
0a 0r 10p;
freehold. 

Bretforton Road - Ivydene
[87 Bretforton Road]</