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Binstead Lodge Farm

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Binstead Lodge Farm was a farm at Binstead on the Isle of Wight Estates. In earlier times it was known as Binstead Farm, and must be distinguished from Binstead Farm (new).

Tenants of Binstead Lodge Farm

  • James Barton (1817)
  • Thomas Hallett (1841[1],-1851[2])
  • John James Dashwood (1862[3])
  • George Young (1872, 1883[4])
  • A James (1920[5])
  • Frank Loader (1920)
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  1. 1841 Census
  2. When Thomas Hallett quit the farm, the following were advertised to be sold at auction on 29 Sep 1851: 'Six capital Cart Horses, Hackney Mare, well-bred Pony good in Harness, 11 dairy Cows, 110 South-Down Ewes and Lambs, 25 Pigs, Poultry, Implements, Furniture, Dairy, and Brewing utensils'.
  3. Counterpart lease of Binstead Lodge Farm, 1862  (WFMS:1597 )
  4. Conditional agreement for lease relating to Binstead Lodge Farm, 1883  (WFMS:1605 )
  5. Lease of Binstead Lodge Farm, 1920  (HRO 117M91)
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