1826 - Farm sale details, which record the White Horse Inn.
This was an attempt by Francis Beynon Hackett to sell his Estate of some 484 acres, which did not by then include the Hall and 40 acres sold to Robert in 1821 (but leased from 1818). None of these Lots sold, as the renewal of earlier mortgages after the sale date testifies.
Version 3 shows the extent of property (grey hatched) mortgaged by Hackett in 1817, which included the Hall and 34 acres then 'occupied' by Hackett (and again later - but without the 40 acres then sold to reconciled to the 257.6 acres in that first mortgage
Acknowledged to Northamptonshire Central Library
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