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Transcription Of An Auctioneer’s Catalogue For Various Properties On Landulph And St Dominic Offered For Sale In 1831

 

CATALOGUE
OF VARIOUS
LANDED PROPERTY, &c.
IN THE PARISHES OF
LANDULPH and St. DOMINICK,
CORNWALL,
For the Sale of which a Public Auction will be held at ELLIOT'S ROYAL HOTEL, DEVONPORT, on
MONDAY and TUESDAY, the 25th and 26th July, 1831.


BY Mr. J. L. STEVENS.


LOT 1 - Chief Rents, Manor of Tinnel, payable on:

Bittleford 

by J. T. Coryton, Esq

0 2s. 6d. per Annum

Hollands 

-----

0 4s. 0d. per Annum

North Wayton 

-----

0 5s. 6d. per Annum

Stockaton 

-----

0 1s. 6d. per Annum

Morsheads

-----

0 1s. 9d. per Annum

Doidges

-----

0 3s. 0d. per Annum

Prideaux

-----

0 2s. 6d. per Annum

Martins

-----

0 1s. 6d. per Annum

 

Total annual value

1 2s. 3d.

 2 - Chief Rents, Manor of Tinnel, payable on:

Symonds

by Wm. Symonds, Esq.

0 2s. 6d. per Annum

Wear Journey

-----

0 0s. 4d. per Annum

Hannaford

-----

0 2s. 8d. per Annum

Stockaton

Wm. Moon, Esq

0 1s. 6d. per Annum

Gists

Mr. Roberts

0 1s. 3d. per Annum

Encroachment

-----

0 0s. 6d. per Annum

Moons

Mr. B. Snell

0 4s. 0d. per Annum

Hams

Mr. W. Wymond

0 2s. 4d. per Annum

Pethericks

 

0 2s. 8d. per Annum

 

Total annual value

 0 17s. 9d.

 3 - Chief Rents, Manor of Elbridge, payable on:

South Wayton

by Mr. B. Snell

1 11s. 8d. per Annum

Hore's Wayton

-----

0 10s. 6d. per Annum

 

Total annual value

2 2s. 2d. per Annum

 4 - Chief Rents, Manor of Elbridge, payable on:

Yonder King's Mill

by Mr. R. Neale

0 2s. 111/2d. per Annum

Penalowes

Mr. Nanscowen

0 1s. 31/2d. per Annum

Berrys

-----

0 4s. 6d. per Annum

Sambles and Saunders

Mr. W. Wymond 

0 4s. 6d. per Annum

 

Total annual value

0 17s. 9d.

 5 - Fee-simple of Salter Mills.  These excellent Tide Mills, situate on the river Tamar, a short distance above Cargreen, have a very good Dwelling-house, Outhouses, and large Gardens attached, combine all the advantages of land and water carriage and are in full work; leased to Mr. Joseph Bickford for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 18, 17, and 17, - Heriot 1 1s. 0d. - Conventionary Rent, 3. per Annum.

  6 - Fee-simple of two enclosures, part of the Manor of Tinnell, called Great Chantry, 2A. 0R. 15P. st. m. and Little Chantry, 0A. 3R. 28P. st. m. now in the occupancy of Mr. Roger Neale, or his Tenant, leased to Mr. Benjamin Symons, for the term of 99 years, on one life, aged 75. - Heriot 10s. - Conventionary Rent, 3s. 10d. per Annum.

  7 - Fee-simple of two enclosures, part of the Manor of Tinnell, called Marsh, 1A. 3R. 20P. st. m. and Meadow and Orchard, 0A. 3R. 36P. st. m. now in the occupancy of Mrs. White, or her Tenant, leased to Mr. Benjamin Symons, for the term of 99 years, on one life, aged 75. - Heriot 1 4s. 10d. - Conventionary Rent, 12s. per Annum.

 8 - Fee-simple of an enclosure, called Crackenstone 2A. 1R. 26P. st. m.

 9 - ---------------of an enclosure, called Butts 1A. 0R. 11P.  st. m.

10 ----------------of an enclosure, called Whiteford 0A. 2R. 31P. st. m. and Orchard 0A. 3R. 14P.

11 ----------------of an enclosure, called Moon's Door 1A. 3R. 1P. st. m.

12 ----------------of an enclosure, called Green Park 1A. 0R. 25P. st. m.

13- ---------------of two enclosures, called Main Park 0A. 2R. 1P. st. m. and Connor Park 2A. 1R. 36P. st. m.

14 ----------------of two enclosures, called Orchard 2A. 2R.  32P. st. m. and Meadow 0A. 2R. 36P. st. m.
15 ----------------of an enclosure, called Orchard 0A. 2R.   2P. st. m.

16 - Fee-simple of two Dwelling Houses, Store House, Orchard, Garden and Meadow containing about 0A. 3R. 31P. st. m. occupied by Mr. Robert Barrett.

 The Lots 8 to 16 inclusive, are leased to Mr. Robert Barrett, for a term of 99 years, on his own life, aged 79 years, and formed the Estate called Truants.

 17 - Conventionary Rent on Truants' Estate, comprised in the nine preceding lots, with Heriot 1  6s. 8d, Annual Value 1 7s. 10d.

 18 - Fee-simple of an enclosure, called Coopers, or North Hill, 1A. 0R. 20P. st. m.  In the occupancy of Mr. Benjamin Snell, leased to him for a term of 14 years, from Lady Day, 1830, at a clear rental of 30s. per Annum.

19- Fee-simple of two enclosures, called Upper Butts, 1A. 3R. 6P. and Lower Butts, 1A. 3R. 9P. st. m.

20- Fee-simple of two enclosures, called Upper Comphill, 1A. 2R. 33P. and Lower Comphill, 3A. 1R. 34P. st. m.

21- Fee-simple of a Field and Orchard, part of late Bulland, called Whiteford, 1A. 2R. 28P. st. m.  This and the two preceding lots are in the occupancy of Mr Couch Pascoe, at a Rental of 19. per Annum.

  The Lots 8 to 16, and 18 to 21 inclusive, are immediately contiguous to Cargreen, and are chiefly cultivated as Fruit Gardens for which they are peculiarly eligible.

 22 - Fee-simple of Two Tenements, called Mays and Taylors, occupied by Messrs. Sleep and Moon, comprising three Dwelling Houses and two Gardens, leased for a term of 99 years, on one life, aged 45 years, Heriot 1. 1s. 0d. - Conventionary Rent, 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 23 - Fee-simple of a Tenement, called late Deacons, comprising a Dwelling House and Gardens, occupied by Josiah Deacon, leased for a term of 99 years, on two lives, aged respectively 31 and 24 years; Heriot 10s. 6d. - Conventionary Rent, 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 24 - Fee-simple of a Public House, called Sambles, comprising Dwelling House, Out Offices and Gardens, occupied by Mr. Walter Gibbs, leased to himself for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 20, 17 and 15 years; Heriot 1. 1s. 0d. - Conventionary Rent, 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 25 - Fee-simple of a Tenement, called Syncocks, comprising two good Dwelling Houses, Garden, and Orchard, occupied by Mrs Skinner, leased for a term of 99 years, on one life, aged 45; Heriot 10s. 6d. - Conventionary Rent, 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 26 - Fee-simple of a Tenement, called Margaret's, comprising two Dwelling Houses and Gardens, occupied by Mr. Joseph Samble or Tenants, leased to him for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 40; 24, and 23; Heriot 10s. 6d. - Conventionary Rent, 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 27 - Fee-simple of a Tenement called Moons, comprising two Dwelling Houses and Gardens, occupied by Mr. Joseph Samble or tenants, leased to him for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 40; 24, and 23; Heriot 10s. 6d. - Conventionary Rent, 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 28 - Fee-simple of two Tenements, called Harpers and Cottages, comprising five Dwelling Houses and Gardens, occupied by Mr. James Martin or tenants, the former leased for a term of 90 years, on one life, aged 65 years; Heriot 5s. and the latter for a similar term on three lives, aged respectively 63, 54, 39; Heriot 10s. 6d. - Conventionary Rent, 12s. 10d. per Annum.

 29 - Fee-simple of a Tenement called Hills, comprising a Dwelling House and Garden, occupied by Mr. Scantlebury or tenants, leased to him for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 65; 45, and 44; Heriot 12s. - Conventionary Rent, 7s. per Annum.

 30 - Fee-simple of a Tenement called Launders, situate near the farm of Tinnel, comprising a Dwelling House and Garden, occupied by Mr. Scantlebury or tenants, leased to him for a term of 99 years, on two lives, aged respectively 54; and 33; Heriot 10s. 6d. - Conventionary Rent, 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 31 - Fee-simple of a Tenement called Baileys, comprising a Dwelling House and Garden, occupied by Mr. Pascoe Prideaux, leased to himself for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 67, 65, and 34; Heriot 10s. 6d. - Conventionary Rent, 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 32 - Fee-simple of a Tenement called Trelivens, comprising three Houses and Garden, occupied by Mr. John Roberts or tenants leased to him for a term of 99 years, on two lives, aged respectively 94, and 68; Heriot 6s. 8d. - Conventionary Rent, 9s. per Annum.

 33 - Fee-simple of a Tenement called King's, comprising two Dwelling Houses, occupied by Mr. Thomas Rouse or tenants, leased to himself for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 52, 42, and 21; Heriot 10s. 6d. - Conventionary Rent, 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 34 - Fee-simple of the Public House called the Ring of Bells, comprising a Dwelling House, Brewery, Stables, Out-houses and Garden, occupied by Mr. John Keen, leased to himself for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 32, 19, and 12; Heriot 2 9s. 4d. - Conventionary Rent, 1 4s. 8d. per Annum.

 35 - Fee-simple of a Tenement called Serles, comprising a Dwelling House and Garden, occupied by Mr. William Barrett, leased to himself for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 30, 30, and 18; Heriot 16s. - Conventionary Rent, 8s. per Annum.

 36 - Fee-simple of a Tenement called Pethericks, comprising a good House and large Garden, occupied by Mr. Joseph Barrett, leased to himself for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 20, 15, and 10; Heriot 1 6s. 0d - Conventionary Rent, 13s. per Annum.

 37 - Fee-simple of a Tenement called Cottages, comprising two Cottages and extensive Garden, occupied by Mr. John Crabbe, and tenant, leased to himself for a term of 99 years, on two lives, aged respectively 68, and 67; Heriot 10s. 6d - Conventionary Rent, 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 38 - Fee-simple of a Tenement called Jeffries, comprising a Dwelling House, large Garden, Boat-house, and Coal Yard, occupied by Mr. Dawe, leased to himself, the House and Garden for a term of 99 years, on two lives, aged respectively 45, and 45; the Boat-house and Yard for a similar term on two lives, aged respectively 45 and 37; Heriot 1 5s. 6d - Conventionary Rent, 1 5s. 6d. per Annum.

 39 - Fee-simple of the Quay, Granary, Lime Kilns, Corn Cellar, Dwelling House, and Garden, occupied by Mr. Benjamin Snell or tenants, leased to himself for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 46, 36, and 25; Heriot 2 10s. 6d - Conventionary Rent, 2 10s. 6d. per Annum.

 40 - Fee-simple of two Tenements called Harris and Carrs, comprising four Dwelling Houses, and Gardens, occupied by Mr. B. Snell or his tenants, the former leased to him for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 77, 56, and 43; Heriot (text missing)

 41 - Fee-simple of two Tenements called late Bickfords and Cottage, comprising two Dwelling Houses, &c. occupied by Mr. B. Snell or his tenants, leased to him for a term of 99 years, on three lives, aged respectively 17, 14, and 12; Heriot 15s. - Conventionary Rent, 15s. per Annum.

  The Lots 22 to 41 inclusive, excepting only lots 25 and 30, are situate in the village of Cargreen.  Lot 24 has a good and improving custom as a Public House and good Garden.  Lot 32 is also a well-accustomed Public House with good accommodation for pleasure parties.  And lot 37 comprises premises singularly well calculated for carrying on an extensive business in the Corn trade, Lime Burning, &c. which the present occupier has continued with much success for many years.

 42 - The Fee-simple of the Barton of Tinnell, with the Manorial Rights of Tinnell and Ellbridge.  The
Barton is occupied by Mr. John Gent, to whom it is leased for a term of 14 years, from Lady-day, 1827, at a clear yearly rental of 190.  It comprises upwards of 190 Acres of improvable land; is situate in the parish if Landulph, about midway between the village of Cargreen and Pentillie Castle,; is easy of access by Water; abounds with building stone and metallic lodes; is only six miles from the Market town of Callington; and affords several picturesque and pleasant scites for the erection of a Gentleman's Seat, commanding views of either course of the river, and including that of the noble mansion, pleasure grounds and woods of Pentillie.  The farm-house of Tinnell has recently been re-built, and is adjoined by convenient and substantial Barns and other necessary Out-houses.  The Manorial Rights convey the usual sporting privileges, and are likely to becomeof pecuniary value by the toll or dish payable out of the proceeds of minerals raised within their limits; a lead lode having been already opened.

 43 - The Fee-simple of the Estate called Hay, occupied by Mr. B. Snell, for a like term with the preceding lot, at a clear yearly rental of 100.  It comprises about 75 Acres of good arable, orchard and pasture land; possesses the necessary appurtenances of a Farmstead, &c.;and adjoins the eastern part of Tinnell, being situate between it and Cargreen.

 44 - The Fee-simple of the Estate or Overland called Coombe, occupied by Mrs. Barrett, comprising about 37 Acres of good arable, orchard and pasture land.

 45 - The Fee-simple of the Estate called Chenoweth and Wyatts, occupied by Mrs. Barrett, comprising about 18 Acres of land, and a small Farmstead in the village of Cargreen, near to which are the different enclosures of Coombe, Chenoweth and Wyatts.  This and the preceding lot are leased to Mrs. Barrett for a term of 14 years, from Lady-day, 1830, at a clear yearly rental of 85 being considerably under its value.

 46 - Fee-simple of two enclosures, called Mill Pool Parks, 5A. 2R. 38P. adjoining Salter Mills, and formerly part of the Barton of Hay, and occupied by and leased to Mr. Joseph Bickford, for a term of 14 years, from Michaelmas, 1827, at a clear rental of 11 10s. 0d.

 47 - The Fee-simple of the Estate called Reeps, with the exception of the enclosure called Love Field Meadow, part of the Manor of Ellbridge, consisting of a Farmstead and about 27 acres of arable, orchard, and pasture land, occupied by Mr. William Wymond, at a yearly rental of 40, inclusive of the Meadow.

 48 - Fee-simple of the enclosure, called Love Field Meadow, part of the Estate of Reeps, about 2A. 3R. 17P. st. m.

 49 - Fee-simple of two Fields and Orchard, called Widdefords, part of the Manor of Ellbridge, about 3A. 1R. 30P. st. m. occupied by Mr. Pacoe, at a rental of 9 per Annum.

50- Advowson of St. Dominick - see separate particulars.

 51 - Fee-simple of the Eastern part of the Barton of Halton, consisting of about 135 acres of arable, orchard, marsh, and pasture land; occupied by Mr. Lang.

 52 - Fee-simple of the Estate called Burcum, adjoining the Barton of Halton, consisting of a good Farm-house, Barn, Stable, and Out-houses, and about 153 acres of arable, orchard, and pasture land, occupied by Mr. Christopher Spear, Junr.  This and the preceding lost are an improvable property, about Four miles from Callington, with most convenient access to the River Tamar.

 53 - Fee-simple of the Estate called Chapel, adjoining the Eastern part of the Barton of Halton, occupied by Mr. Samuel Lang, consisting of a Farm-house, and suitable Out-houses, and about 24 acres of arable, orchard, and pasture land.  Chapel is a beautiful spot between Pentillie and Cotehele, and forms a delightful residence for a lover of retirement, or, from its fringing the Tamar, for a Gentleman who enjoys sporting and sailing: it commands a variety of fine views.

 54 - Fee-simple of the Water Grist Mills called Daisy Mills, situate between the two preceding lots, occupied by Mr. Stripling, consisting of an excellent Mill in full work, a newly-erected Dwelling House, good Gardens, with meadow, orchard, and other land, in all about 4 acres.

 55 - Fee-simple of those Four Cherry Gardens, or Orchards, situate near the preceding lot, occupied by Mr. Samuel Lang, and consisting of 4 1/2 acres.

 56 - Fee-simple of the other part of the Barton of Halton, consisting of about 177 acres of very capital arable, coppice, orchard, and pasture land, with excellent Farm House, Barns, Stables, and other Out-houses, in the occupancy of Mr. Christopher Spear, and Mr. Christopher Spear, Junr. and forming altogether one of the most compact and valuable estates, for its extent, in the county.

 57 - Fee-simple of the Estate called Halton Quay, consisting of a about 25 acres of superior land, with Farmstead, &c. and the best accustomed, most commodious and excellently situate Lime Kilns, Granaries, Coal Stores, and Quays, on the River Tamar, in the occupancy of Mr. John Worth.

  The Barton of Halton, and Halton Quay, are contiguous; both are but about Four Miles from Callington, and form with Chapel, Dairy Mills, and Burcombe, a continuation of that beautiful bank of the Tamar above Pentillie Castle.  Halton Quay Kilns and Stores supply an immense extent of the interior, having good draught of water for shipping, and every necessary convenience for large wholesale and retail dealings in Coals, Culm, Lime, Corn, &c. &c.  Lots 51 to 57, include a Rental of 895. per Annum.

 58 - Fee-simple of a Coppice, called Chapel Wood, containing about 3A. 2R. 12P. adjoining Lot 55.  In hand.

59- Fee-simple of a Coppice, called Kingswood, containing about 6A. 0R. 22P. adjoining Lot 53.  In hand.

  The view and for further particulars, apply, (if by letter to be post paid), to  MR. BAILEY, Conveyancer, Stonehous; or to MR. J. L. STEVENS, Auctioneer, Plymouth: at whose Offices Maps of the various Estates may be inspected.



Transcribed by Roger Donne June 2000

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