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Summary of Ownership and Occupation

Date

Owners

Occupiers

Supporting Documents

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1809

Jonathan NOAD senior

 

1. Will of Jonathan NOAD, clothier of Road dated 12 May 1809

1814

Jonathan NOAD junior

 

1. St. Lawrence Burial Register
2.  Will of Jonathan NOAD, clothier of Road dated 12 May 1809

1839

Helen NOAD

Samuel EVANS

1. Tithe apportionment 1839
House, factory, gardens, etc. (no.219 on tithe map)

 

 

Samuel EVANS (clothier)

1. Census

 

 

 

1. Census 1851

1861

 

James TAYLOR (53), wife Martha (),sons Daniel () & Thomas (), daughters Sarah () & Eliza ()

1. Census

1871

 

 

1. Census

1881

 

Thomas TAYLOR (50)

1. Census

1891

 

Thomas TAYLOR (50)

1. Census

1901

 

Daniel TAYLOR (65), sisters Sarah (57), Eliza (55) & son Frederick (23)

1. Census

1903

R. P. H. Batten Pooll (in trust)

 

1. Disentailing, Assurance and Resettlement Deed dated31 Jul 1903

1911

 

Daniel TAYLOR (75), sister Sarah (67) & son Frederick (33)

1. Census

1931

Capt. Walter Stewart BATTEN POOLL

In ruins

1. Death of R. P. H. Batten Pooll? ? 1930
2. Deed of Assent of Capt. W. S. Batten Pooll from R. P. H. Batten Pooll dated 21 Apr 1931

1933

Sidney FUSSELL & Sons Ltd.

In ruins
no. 74 on OS map
part 219 on tithe map

1. Conveyance from Capt. W. S. Batten Pooll to Messrs. S. Fussell & Sons dated 14 Jul 1933

 

Rowland STACEY of Portsmouth, brother of Paul

 

1. Statement to Rode parish council by chairman Paul Stacey