This sales notice appeared in The Worcester Journal and Worcestershire Chronicle on a weekly basis from 11th June 1862 until 12th July 1862.
Eligible FREEHOLD LAND at BRETFORTON
and BADSEY, in the county of Worcester,
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION
BY MR H W SMITH
At the Victoria Arms Inn in Bretforton aforesaid, on Tuesday the 15th day of July 1862 at five o’clock in the afternoon, in the following Lots, and subject to conditions then to be produced by order of the Trustees of the will and codicil of Robert Gibbs, heretofore of Bretforton aforesaid, but late of Ombersley, in the said county of Worcester, Gentleman, deceased.
- Lot 1 – All those two pieces or parcels of arable land, heretofore three pieces, situate at Bretforton, in the County of Worcester, containing together by estimation 13 acres or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mr George Whitford, a yearly tenant, who is under notice to quit at Michaelmas.
- Lot 2 – All that piece or parcel of arable land situate in the parish of Badsey in the County of Worcester, near to and adjoining the village of Bretforton aforesaid, containing by estimation 14 acres or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mr Richard Ingles, a yearly tenant, who is also under notice to quit at Michaelmas next. This lot is bounded by land of the Rev T H Hunt and Mr G Whitford, and by the Turnp0ike Road leading from Evesham to Bretforton, and is subject to an annual land tax of one pound, one shilling and elevenpence halfpenny.
For a view, apply to the respective tenants, and for further particulars to Mr John Coldicott of Sedgeberrow in the county of Worcester, to the auctioneer of Evesham aforesaid, or to Mr Oswald Cheek, Solicitor, Evesham.