A 2-document bundle!
1. HODGECOMBE FARM - 1971 AUCTIONEER'S DETAILS
A transcript of the auctioneer's brochure when Hodgecombe Farm was advertised for sale in 1971. Includes a black and white image of the house at the time of sale before it was extended, together with a description of the property. (4 pages)
2. HODGECOMBE FARM, A BRIEF HISTORY
A short account of the history of Hodgecombe Farm with four modern-day photographs. (1 page)
During the 19th century, Hodgecombe Farm near Uley in Gloucestershire was the home of Benjamin Pitcher and his wife, Sarah (nee Rice). Afterwards, the farm was managed by their eldest son, James Rice Pitcher, and his wife, Ann (nee Powell).
(Please note: you may also like the document, Benjamin Pitcher (abt. 1774-1857) & Sarah Rice (abt. 1781-1850) - Biography, available within the Pitcher and Rice sections of the E-Shop.)
Hodgecombe Farm, Uley, Gloucestershire
Product Code: PR1003
(Listed under: Pitcher, Powell, Rice)
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Hodgecombe Farm: 1971 Auctioneer's Details
Hodgecombe Farm: A Brief History