Northampton Mercury 03 May 1907
STONY STRATFORD and CASTLETHORPE.
MESSRS GEO. WIGLEY and SONS are
instructed by the Administratrix of the late Mr. James Kemp,
TO SELL BY AUCTION,
On Monday, May 6th, 1907, at the Cock Hotel,
Stony Stratford, at Five o’clock exact time.
In Five Lots,
TWO VALUABLE FREEHOLD HOUSES,
known as Nos.89 and 91, HIGH STREET,
STONY STRATFORD; TWO Brick and Slated FREEHOLD COTTAGES
Adjoining, known as Nos. 14 and 15, PROSPECT
ROAD, with Stabling, Coach-house,
and Premises extending to Mill-lane;
TWO FREEHOLD COTTAGES Adjoining,
Known as Nos. 10 and 11, MILL LANE;
TWO Well-built Brick and Slated FREEHOLD COTTAGES,
Known as ROSEBERY COTTAGES, STONY
STRATFORD; also a Very Desirable and
SUPERIOR FREEHOLD HOUSE.
Known as ELM COTTAGE, CASTLETHORPE,
in the occupation of Mrs. Kemp.
Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Winslow, Stony Stratford; of Messrs. Wetherfield, Son, and Baynes, 1, Gresham Buildings, Guildhall. London, E.C.; or of C. H. DAVIS, Esq., Solicitor, 6, Mercers’-row. Northampton.