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Sunday 25th August

Holy Communion

9.30 am

at the Church

 

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Heritage Archives

The theme for the display in the Church this month is:

Fab Four Flower Festival

Our Diocese

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 The latest new archives 

Kerridge family history

Rectory, now Old Recotry

Local OS maps

Register of Electors 1880s/90s

Threeways history

Fab Four Flower Festival

 

 

Sale of Campsea Ashe Estate

 

The Campsea Ashe estate was auctioned after the death of Viscount Ullswater, James Lowther, in 1949. The Estate comprised of:

• The High House

• 13 Dairy and Mixed Farms

• a fully licensed free house

• 25 other houses and cottages

• 160 acres of standing timber

• arable and marshlands.

The Estate totalled 2,717 acres in Campsea Ashe, Blaxhall and Tunstall as well as pockets of land in places such as Farnham and Snape. 

The auction was held at The Crown & Anchor Hotel, Ipswich on Wednesday 9th November 1949 and the jopint auctioneers were Hampton & Sons and W C Mitchell & Son.

The auction catalogue can be downloaded here (large 66mb pdf file will take time to download).

The Times of 27th August 1949 described the sale as follows:

Times 27 Aug 1949.jpg