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Bistre Farm by Robert Hutchison"

Bistre Farm, Buckley


Below are details taken from the deeds of Bistre Farm, Padeswood, from 1722


Deeds relating to Bistre Farm, Padeswood from 1722.

Owned by Mr Evan Jones and his Wife.

Will of Thomas Jones to his Wife. 1743

Mrs Jones sold to Richard Allen. 1744

Richard Allen's Will 1748

Marriage agreement between Richard Allen of Salop and Cooke 1767

Bistre Estates 1811

Ellen Humphreys paid Mortgage 1811

Samuel Peate of St. Martins, Salop 1834

Robert Peate to Joan Hayward 1848

Richard Lewis to John Jones 1858

Peate to John Goode 1866

John Goode and others a mortgage to James Parry Barkley

Named as tenant of Spon Farm

Tithe Commission Owner Thomas Peate occupier John Jones 1875

Padeswood United Cannel Coal and Iron Co. confirmed resolution

Increasing Capital to £50,000. 15th, June 1874

John Price sold to Padeswood United Coal Co. 1876

£4,000 Lords, Bacup, Cotton, Manufactures 1889

Padeswood United Coal Co. in voluntary liquidation 1890

Padeswood Cannel Co. appears 1890

Conveyance to Mrs Sarah Lloyd, Eran Jones, Peter Pennant

William & Brock Edward Egerton 1896

Occupier between this last date and 1922 believed to be Samuel Price

Kate Roberts and Son John occupiers until 1960 when the Farm was purchased by Bill and Jean Fisher.


In 1842, the deeds state that The Buckley Railway Company bought some land from the farm owners.



Provident Iron Works, Padeswood was built by Daniel Ratcliffe, Hawarden to be alongside the new Railway to Mold and were Boiler Makers.


When the Works was demolished in the 1920s an iron-framed structure was purchased by John Roberts and is still standing at Bistre Farm converted to form a Silage Clamp.



Author: Anon


Year = 1970

Building = Agricultural

Object = Visual Art

Work = Agricultural

Extra = 1970s

Extra = Visual Arts

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