Sussex, to be sold by auction by Plumer and Son under the Will of the late Mr Charles Child, at the Sussex Oak, Warnham, on Wednesday 23rd December 1835, at one o’clock in the afternoon, the following estates in four lots.

Lot 1 – Public House “The Old White Horse” in Slaugham in the occupation of Mrs Patty Smith, consisting 4 bedrooms, 2 parlours, a bar, kitchen, washhouse, cellar and woodhouse with a detached cottage comprising a kitchen, 2 chambers and an underground cellar, a detached stable, with loft and woodroom, also a piggery and garden.
The Premises are leasehold with a remainder of a term of 500 years from the 20th March 1593 that are equal to freehold the original reserved quit rent of a fat lamb of 5s, having been released.

Lot 2 – A freehold house in three tenements with piggeries, wood house and garden near the Guildford turnpike Road at Broadbridge Heath in the occupations of Stephen Bourne, James Knight and John Penfold, at rent of £16 10s per annum

Lot 3 – A freehold dwelling house in two tenements situated in Friday Street Warnham, in the occupation of John Garman and Stephen Harding at rents amounting together to £7 16s per annum.

Lot 4 – One moiety of the Manor of Warnham or Warnham Hollands, and of a Freehold house in three tenements with garden in Warnham Street in occupation of Daniel Patching, James Ellis and James Penfold, also of a Barn, Hovel and 11 acres and 30 perches of Freehold pasture and meadowland in 3 enclosures called Hallamps, adjoining Warnham and Friday Streets occupation of Thomas Redford.

For further particulars apply to Mr Child, Slinfold and Mr Richard Redford, Ifield or to Mr Pilfold Medwin, Solicitor and the Auctioneer, Horsham

Hunt, printer, West Street, Horsham

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