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3 Winslow Road

House.  C17, altered.  Timber frame with whitewashed brick infill to first floor of S. side, rendered ground floor and rear.  Gable to road tile-hung.  Thatched roof, brick stacks to right and between left-hand bays.  Left bay has 2 storeys, remainder 1½. 3 bays, 3-light barred wooden casements to ground floor and upper left bay, barred C20 bow window to ground floor between left bays, possibly in former doorway, right-hand bays have 3-light leaded casements to first floor in thatch eyebrows. Half-glazed and barred door between right-hand bays.  Moulded wooden string at first floor level.

English Heritage

Mr Harrup had a butcher’s shop here some years ago. This cottage is built of brick and has a timber panelling, part rendered and part tile hung, with a thatched roof. It has a quarry tiled floor, and an inglenook fireplace with basket and hood. There is a small cellar below.

“Nash, A Buckinghamshire Village”, Duncan C. and King J, 1987.

Mr and Mrs Rubinstein, Imogen, Adam, Martha and Zachary

1965 Nash WI Scrapbook.

Note: it is difficult to distinguish which house is which at The Cross, Mr Harrup (in italics) might be at 1 Winslow Road.

Albert James Smith (34 Lorne Park Road, Bournemouth, Hants; Carpenter) as the personal representative of Joseph Smith sells numbers 3 and 5 (Sunnybanks) Winslow Road to Arthur William Harrup (retired Butcher) and Annie Elizabeth Harrup (both of 3 Winslow Road, Nash) for £1640.

30th June 1956 Conveyance

Death of Joseph Smith.

4th March 1955 

Year Surname Forename Property situated Year Surname Forename Address
1950 Harrup Arthur W F The Cross 1950 Cowley Annie The Cross

1950 Nash Register of Electors 

Year Surname Forename Property situated Year Surname Forename Address
1945 Harrup Arthur W F The Cross 1945 Cowley Annie The Cross

1945 Nash Register of Electors

Frederick Selby Harwood (of Nash; Baker) and Annie Cowley (of Nash; spinster) as appointed executors of Ann Jane Cowley’s will sell 3 Winslow Road plus land to Joseph Smith (of 51 Apsley Road, South Norwood, Surrey; Carpenter); for £470.  

30th September 1937 Conveyance

Frederick Selby Harwood (of Nash; Baker) declares himself an Executor of Ann Jane Cowley’s (maiden name King) will.  Arthur W.F. Harrup is yearly tenant.  Property was willed to her by her father John King

28th September 1937 Declaration

Death of Ann Jane Cowley.

22nd May 1937

Year Surname Forename Property situated
1935 Harrup Arthur William French Nash Cross

1935 Nash Register of Electors

Year Surname Forename Property situated Year Surname Forename Address Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification
1930 Harrup Arthur William French Nash Cross 1930 Cowley Ann Jane Nash Cross   Rw Ow

1930 Nash Register of Electors 

Year Surname Forename Property situated Year Surname Forename Address Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification
1925 Harrup Arthur William French Nash Cross 1925 Cowley Ann Jane Nash Cross   O O

1925 Nash Register of Electors

House and land changes from Copyhold to Freehold.  ‘formerly in the occupation of John Cotton afterwards of Edward Branson since of Jonathan Bennett then of John Dunkley and now of the said Ann Jane Cowley’.

31st March 1924, Enfranchisement

Year Surname Forename Property situated Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification
1922 Cowley Ann Jane Nash Cross   O O

1922 Nash Register of Electors

Number Surname Forename

 

Residence Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification
16 Cowley Ann Jane Nash Cross   O O

1918 Nash Register of Electors

Year Surname Forename Property situated Abode Qualification Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification Parochial elector
1915 Cowley Ann Jane In the village. Nash Dwelling house.   Y Y

1915 Nash Register of Electors 

Mrs Ann Jane Cowley admitted as copyhold tenant to the Manor of Whaddon and Nash.

24th June 1915, Admission

(4). COTTAGE

about 80 yards E. of (3 [– Dove Cottage]). One wall retains original plaster filling. The W. wall is of modem brick.

Condition – Good.

These buildings are all of the 17th century and almost all are of two storeys; the walls generally are timber-framed, with brick filling which has been considerably restored; the roofs are thatched. Nearly all are of rectangular plan, and have old chimney stacks, some partly restored.

“Royal Commission on Historical Monuments 1913”. 

Mary King (Ann Jane Cowley’s mother) died; property passes to Ann Jane under terms of her father’s will; ‘formerly in the occupation of John Ridgeway then Matthew King the elder then late of John King and late of Mary King’; mention of Barstock field (behind 1 and 3 Winslow Road) and another additional messuage and barn.

August 1913

  Address from census return Address from Enumerator’s summary Number of rooms Forename Surname Relation Males Females Condition Completed years of present marriage Total children born alive Children still living Children who have died Personal Occupation Industry or service with which worker is connected. Employer, Worker or Own account Working at Home Where born Nationality of every person born in a foreign country Infirmity
8 Nash Cross Nash Cross 4 Ann Jane Cowley Head   65 Widow 42 9 8 1         Nash, Bucks    
8 Nash Cross Nash Cross 4 Emma Cowley Daughter   30 Single                 Winslow, Bucks    
8 Nash Cross Nash Cross 4 Albert Edward Cowley Son 24   Single         Stone Mason   Worker   Nash, Bucks    
8 Nash Cross Nash Cross 4 Mary King Mother   88 Widow 68 2 1 1         Calverton, Bucks    

1911 census

Occupiers  – Mary King ; Owners – Albert Cowley, Nash, Stony Stratford; House; The Cross   

Gross Annual Value – £7/10/-; Rateable Value – £6/5/-          

Occupiers  – F Smith; Owners – Albert Cowley, Nash, Stony Stratford; Land; The Cross

Estimated Extent – 2 acres; Gross Annual Value – £7; Rateable Value   – £6/5/-

1910 Valuation Office Survey

Jane Cowley borrows £125 from William John King (at £4% interest).  House occupied by Mary King (Ann Jane’s mother).

1907, Mortgage

Richard COWLEY, Stonemason

1903 Kelly’s Directory

No. of Schedule Place Number of rooms occupied if under 5 Forename Surname Relation Condition Males Females Profession or Occupation Employer, Worker or Own account Working at Home Where born Disability
20 The Cross Nash   Richard Cowley Head Married 59   Mason and Builder Employer   Stony Stratford, Bucks  
20 The Cross Nash   Ann Jane Cowley Wife Married   55       Nash, Bucks  
20 The Cross Nash   Caroline Cowley Daughter Single   18 School Teacher     Winslow, Bucks  
20 The Cross Nash   Albert E Cowley Son Single 14   Mason’s Son Worker   Nash, Bucks  

1901 census

Richard COWLEY, Stonemason

1899 Kelly’s Directory

Richard COWLEY, Stonemason

1895 Kelly’s Directory

No. of Schedule Place Rooms Forename Surname Relation Condition Males Females Job Employer Employed Neither Employer nor Employed Where born
45   4 Richard Cowley Head Married 49   Mason Bricklayer x     Stony Stratford, Bucks
45     Ann J. Cowley Wife Married   45         Nash
45     John K. Cowley Son   16   Mason Apprentice   x   Winslow, Bucks
45     Elizabeth Cowley Daughter     12 Scholar       Winslow, Bucks
45     Emma Cowley Daughter     10 Scholar       Gt Horwood, Bucks
45     Caroline Cowley Daughter     7 Scholar       Winslow, Bucks
45     Albert Cowley Son   4   Scholar       Nash

1891 census

Year Surname Forename Property situated Abode Qualification Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification
1890 Cowley Richard In the village. Nash Dwelling house. Y Y

1890 Register of Electors

(Possible, not certain)

No of Schedule Place Forename Surname Relation Condition Males Females Job Where born Disability
42 The Cross Henry Harrup Head Married 36   Rural Messenger Great Horwood  
42 The Cross Tamar French Wife Married   28?? House Keeper Newton Longville  
42 The Cross Harvey French Harrup Son   10   Schoolar High Whycombe  
42 The Cross Mary Harrup Daughter     9 Schoolar Beachampton  
42 The Cross Edward Harrup Son   6   Schoolar Nash  
42 The Cross Nelly Daisy Harrup Daughter     2   Nash  
42 The Cross Arthur French Brother in Law Unmarried 18   Clark in Post Office Nash  

1881 census

 

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