The Langport Herald 08 May 1869 Sales Westonzoyland New Inn Othery Brick Yard Inn Stoke St Gregory at the King Alfred Inn Boroughbridge George MEADE Ezekiel MEADE

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The Langport Herald, and General Advertiser. Saturday 08 May 1869

Page 1 Column 3


Sales by Mr. MORRIS.

WESTONZOYLAND, OTHERY, & STOKE ST. GREGORY, SOMERSET.

Freehold Investments. Valuable Meadow and Arable Lands, Two Inns, and Premises.

MR. MORRIS has been instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the King Alfred Inn, Boroughbridge, on THURSDAY, the 13th day of MAY next, at five o'clock in the afternoon (under powers of sale contained in mortgage deeds, and subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced), in the following or such other lots or order as may be determined on at the time of sale, the undermentioned valuable and highly productive

LANDS, DWELLING HOUSES, INNS,

and Premises, in the following lots, viz:-

Lot.

Nos. on Map.

Description.

Quality.

Quantity.





A.

R.

P.



IN THE PARISH OF WESTONZOYLAND.





1

997

Borough Drove “Hoopers”

Meadow

2

2

37



IN THE PARISH OF OTHERY.





2

111

Dwelling House, called the “New Inn,” with the Outbuildings, Garden, Meadow, and Orchard Land, called “Sedgemoor Ditch or Towsend”


2

2

0



IN THE PARISH OF STOKE ST. GREGORY.





3

82

107

All that newly-erected and most comfortable brick build Dwelling House, Barn, Stable, and Outbuildings called the “Brick Yard Inn,” with the Walled Garden, Orchard, and Close of Arable called the “Corner Piece,” near the Saltmoor Engine-house, at Boroughbrige, and adjoining the River Parret and the public road leading from Boroughbridge to Bridgwater

Arable, &c

3

3

24



(Be the respective lots more or less.)





The house on lot 3 contains five bedrooms, parlour, kitchen, back kitchen, cellar, covered shed, with a pump and soft water cistern.

Both inns are doing a profitable beer business, and are advantageously situated.

To view lots 1 and 2 apply to Mr. George MEADE, at the New Inn, Othery aforesaid; and to view lot 3 to Mr. Ezekiel MEADE, at Boroughbridge aforesaid.

The whole of the above will be sold in fee simple.

For further particulars apply to the auctioneer, at North Curry, or on Saturdays at his office, at the London Hotel, at Taunton; or to


ROBERT BATE & SON,




Bridgwater.

Dated, Auction, Insurance, Annuity, and Estate Agency Offices, Guyon House, North Curry, near Taunton, May 3rd, 1869.


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<NOTES: Ezekiel MEADE is Ezekiel Athanasius MEADE son of George MEADE and Mary GENT, married Ann BINDON>