- 1908 (Creation)
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To be sold by auction by
at the Talbot hotel in Bampton on Wednesday March 4th 1908, by order of the trustees under the will of the late George Oakey, and under condition to be then and there produced.
It looks as if the properties were bought by Henry Peter Faulks of Clanfield
All that Freehold stone-built and slated DWELLING HOUSE with Garden and Out-buildings, situate in Church Street, Bampton, together with a stone -built and thatched DWELLING HOUSE (formerly two cottages) with large Garden and Out-buildings adjoining the above, the whole having an extensive frontage to Church Street, Bampton, in the respective occupations of Miss Lucy Carter and George Radband (as quarterly tenants), at the gross yearly rental of £14. There is a good supply of water on the property.
To view, apply to the respective tenants, and for further particulars to Messrs. Ravenors, Solicitors, Witney and Bampton, or to the Auctioneer, 25, High Street, Witney.
The photograph shows the Thatched Cottage and adjoining cottage as it was in 1998 and it looks the same today, 2019.