COXBRIDGE FARM, FARNHAM: DEEDS
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- Ref No: 189
- Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking
- Date: 1751-1912
- Format: Archives
- Admin History: Coxbridge farm, in the parish of Farnham, in the possession of the Vernon family for many years in the eighteenth century, was acquired by William Marsh early in the nineteenth. It was bought by John and Samuel Andrews, butchers in Farnham, in 1814. Parts of the estate were then mortgaged or sold, some to be bought again by the son of Samuel and nephew of John, Charles Andrews, who consolidated the estate over thirty years from the 1850s. Mrs Bertha Gough, great niece of Charles, inherited the farm and sold it to Alan Thomas Andrews, who also enlarged the property. It was finally bought by the County Council from Thomas Hall on 12 October 1938. A simplified family tree has been drawn up to elucidate the main family relationships in the Andrews family.
A family tree of the Vernon family appears in the 'observations on abstract of title of Wm Marsh' (189/1/21).
- Level: Collection
- Access Status: Open. There are no access restrictions.
- Provenance: Transferred from Surrey County Council Deeds Office in 1948.
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