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Peartree House, 2 High Street, previously The Hollies

Mr Jeremy Grinyer, Dr Sarah Grinyer and Robert and Alexander

2000 Millennium Chronicle

Mr and Mrs D Wheeler, Vanessa, Melissa and Richard

1982 Nash WI Scrapbook.

Mr and Mrs Lindsey

1965 Nash WI Scrapbook.

Year Surname Forename Address
1950 Hogg Marjorie G The Hollies
1950 Hogg Walter The Hollies

1950 Register of Electors

Year Surname Forename Address
1945 Hogg Marjorie G The Hollies
1945 Hogg Walter The Hollies

1945 Register of Electors

Address Schedule Sub No Other names Surname Birthdate Birth year Condition Personal occupation
The Hollies 28 1 Walter Hogg 20-Jun 1900 Married Butcher & Grazier
The Hollies 28 2 Marjorie G Hogg 13-Jul 1908 Married Domestic duties

1939 Register

Year Surname Forename Address Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification Juror
1939 Hogg Marjorie Gertrude The Hollies   Rw Dw  

1939 Register of Electors

Walter HOGG, Butcher

1939 Kelly’s Directory

Year Surname Forename Address Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification Juror
1935 Hogg Walter The Hollies   R O J
1935 Hogg Marjorie Gertrude The Hollies   Rw Dw  

1935 Register of Electors

Date Title 1st Part 2nd Part Notes
21st January 1933 Acknowledgment William Joseph King (of Little Horwood); Farmer Walter Hogg; butcher William Joseph King (of Little Horwood); Farmer accepts Walter Hoggs right to the production of a copy of the Vesting Assent.

1933 Acknowledgement

Date Title 1st Part 2nd Part 3rd Part Notes
16th December 1932 Vesting Assent Harry King William Joseph King (the younger) William Joseph King (of Little Horwood); Farmer Harry King and William Joseph King the younger vest William Joseph King (of Little Horwood) Farmer with ‘all that parcel of land situate at Nash in the County of Buckingham being the site on which or on some part whereof stands or stood the ruinous cottage recently occupied by Holford Hogg and known as Pear Tree Cottage.’

1932 Vesting Assent

Date Title 1st Part 2nd Part 3rd Part Notes
8th September 1932 Compensation Agreement William Selby Lowndes (Lord of the Manor) Humphrey Jeans Sprake and Percy Jeans Sprake; Manor Trustees Harry King (Under the Law of Property Act 1922) the property changes from Copyhold to Freehold.
8th September 1932 Agreement William Selby Lowndes (Lord of the Manor) Humphrey Jeans Sprake and Percy Jeans Sprake (of Bungay in Suffolk, Gentlemen) Manor Trustees Harry King (of Glebe Farm, Old Bradwell; Farmer) Purchaser Harry King, as the personal representative of William Joseph King (deceased) is entitled to the property under the terms of his will.  The property now changes to Freehold upon the payment of 19/9d to compensate the Lord for the extinguishment for his rights re mines, minerals and sporting.  Property ‘formerly in the occupation of Sarah Makepeace and John Smith French and then of William Ray and Alfred Bunkley (Dunkley?) and Holford Hogg.’

1932 Compensation Agreement

Date Title 1st Part 2nd Part Notes
17th August 1932 Sale William Joseph King Walter Hogg; butcher Walter Hogg buys house for £24/10/0d from William Joseph King.

1932 Sale

Year Surname Forename Property situated/ Address Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification Parochial elector Juror
1930 Hogg Holford Pear Tree Cottage   R O    
1930 Hogg Lily Elizabeth Pear Tree Cottage   Rw Dw    

1930 Register of Electors

Year Surname Forename Property situated/ Address Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification Parochial elector Juror
1925 Hogg Halford Pear Tree Cottage   R O    
1925 Hogg Lily Elizabeth Pear Tree Cottage   HO HO    

1925 Register of Electors

Year Surname Forename Property situated/ Address Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification Parochial elector Juror
1922 Hogg Halford High Street   R O    

1922 Register of Electors

Date Title 1st Part 2nd Part Notes
2nd October 1919 Letters of Administration Harry King William Joseph King Letters of Administration given to Harry King, the natural and lawful son of William Joseph King.

1919 Letters of Administration

Year Surname Forename Property situated/ Address Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification Parochial elector Juror
1918 Hogg Halford High Street Y NM O    

1918 Register of Electors

Date Title 1st Part
23rd December 1917 Death William Joseph King

1917 Death of William Joseph King

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 Where born Infirmity
4 Alfred Dunkley Head 76   Married         Old Age pensioner Nash, Bucks  
4 Leah Dunkley Wife   80 Married 57 10 4 6 Old Age pensioner Nash, Bucks  

1911 census

Occupiers – Mrs Theobold; Owners – Wm King, Little Horwood, Winslow; Cottage; Village

Estimated Extent 0.25 rods; Gross Annual Value £4/4/-; Rateable Value – £3/2/6d   

1910 Valuation Office Survey

Number of rooms occupied if under 5 Forename Surname Relation Condition Males Females Profession or Occupation Employer, Worker or Own account Where born Disability
4 Alfred Dunkley Head Married 70   General Labourer Worker Nash, Bucks  
  Leah Dunkley Wife Married   66     Nash, Bucks  

1901 census

Rooms Forename Surname Relation Condition Males Females Job Employer Employed Neither Employer nor Employed Where born Disability
4 Alfred Dunkley Head Married 57   Farm Labourer   x   Nash  
  Leah Dunkley Wife Married   60         Nash  
  Frederick Smith Lodger Married 25   Farm Labourer   x   Nash  
  Fanny Smith Daughter Married   20         Nash  
  Ethel Smith Granddaughter     5 mths         Nash  
  Edith Picton Granddaughter     8 Scholar       London  
  Herbert Picton Grandson   7   Scholar       London  

1891 census

Year Surname Forename Property situated/ Address Absent voter Parliamentary qualification Local Government qualification Parochial elector Juror
1890 Dunkley Alfred Middle of the village.   Y Y    

1890 Register of Electors

No of Schedule Place Forename Surname Relation Condition Males Females Job Where born Disability
33 Village Alfred Dunkley Head Married 47   Farm Labrour Nash  
33 Village Leah Dunkley Wife Married   50 Lace Maker Nash  
33 Village Fanney Dunkley Daughter     10 Schoolar Nash  
33 Village Anncy Jane Dunkley Daughter     8 Schoolar Nash  

1881 census

No. of Schedule Place Forename Surname Relation Condition Males Females Job Where born Disability
35 Bleach Well Street, Cottage Alfred Dunkley Head Married 37   Agricultural Labourer Nash, Bucks  
35 Bleach Well Street, Cottage Leah Dunkley Wife Married   40 Lace Maker Nash, Bucks  
35 Bleach Well Street, Cottage Benjamin Dunkley Son Unmarried 18   Farm Labourer Nash, Bucks  
35 Bleach Well Street, Cottage Joseph Dunkley Son Unmarried 13   Farm Labourer Nash, Bucks  
35 Bleach Well Street, Cottage Sarah Ann Dunkley Daughter Unmarried   8 Scholler Nash, Bucks  
35 Bleach Well Street, Cottage Fanny Dunkley Daughter Child   9 Months   Nash, Bucks  

1871 census

Date Title 1st Part 2nd Part Notes
31st October 1866 Admission William Joseph King Jane King Admission of William Joseph King to the Manor of Whaddon and Nash as the heir to Jane King deceased.

1866 Admission of William Joseph King on the death of Jane King

No. of Schedule Forename Surname Relationship Condition Males Females Job Where Born Disability
59 Alfred Dunkley Head Married 26   Ag. Labourer Nash  
59 Leah Dunkley Wife Married   30 Lace Maker Nash  
59 Benjamin Dunkley Son   8   Scholar Nash  
59 Joseph Dunkley Son   3     Nash  
59 Samuel Dunkley Son   3 Months     Nash  

1861 census

No. of Schedule Forename Surname Relationship Condition Males Females Job Where Born Disability
48 Sarah Makepeace Widow Head   52 Lacemaker and Schoolmistress Nash  
48 Elizabeth Harding Unmarried Niece   21 Lacemaker Nash  

1851 census

No. of Schedule Forename Surname Males Females Job This County Not England
43 Wm Makepeace 56   Pentioner y  
43 Sarah Makepeace   40   y  
43 Eliza Weatherhead   20 Lacemaker y  
43 Benjamin Weatherhead 4     y  
43 Elizabeth Harding   12 Lacemaker y  

1841 census

 

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    1. Holy Communion

      June 20 @ 9:30 am - 10:30 am
    2. Nash Village Hall Meeting

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      June 26 @ 2:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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      June 27 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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