Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)MS650/B
TitlePapers relating to Tidbury Green Farm, Solihull, Warwickshire, and other parts of the Aylesbury estate
Extent1 file
DescriptionSales particulars for part of the Aylesbury estate at Tidbury Green in Solihull, and in Packwood and Tanwood, Warwickshire, 1917; abstract of title to Tidbury Green Farm, 1888-1917; conveyance of Tidbury Green Farm, 1918
Access ConditionsAccess to all registered readers
Access StatusOpen
Physical DescriptionStored with Outsize
Administrative HistoryTidbury Green Farm was part of the Aylesbury estate which was once in the possession of the Roberts family. Wilson Aylesbury Roberts was attorney and deputy recorder, of Bewdley, Worcestershire, and Packwood, Warwickshire. His mother was heir to the Packwood estates of her brother William Aylesbury. His first surviving son was Wilson Aylesbury Roberts (1770-1853) who sat as MP for Bewdley 1818-1832. W. A. Roberts the younger died at Bewdley in November 1853. He left the bulk of his property to his ‘natural son’ Thomas Lloyd Roberts of Langley Farm, near Ludlow, Shropshire (d. 9 June 1922) and his ‘lawfully begotten’ grandchildren. The estate passed into the related Aylesbury family: Henry Aylesbury Walker Aylesbury was the owner by 1888. In 1917/1918 Tidbury Green Farm was purchased by the forebears of the donor of the material in MS650/B.

The farm house and building are now (2017) Grade 2 Listed, reference number 1435310, see URL link below for further information on the house and estate
URL (accessed November 2017)


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