Women at the Wicket: A History of Women's Cricket in Interwar England. Written by Adam McKie
The story of the Hollyman family, starting in the 19th century in London, attempting to link London, Buckinghamshire and Sussex Hollyman families.
Richard Hollyman is a butcher, in Silver lane, Aylesbury:
Richard Hollyman, butcher, silver Lane, 1824 and 1832 - London Gazette.
18 June 1830 :
Ann Rose, widow, and Elizabeth Ashby, widow, both of Aylesbury, to Richard Hollyman, of Walton in Aylesbury, butcher
Messuage (formerly two messuages) in Silver Lane, now unoccupied, and the property in D-X131/31/32, and also "all other the hereditaments if any in or near Silver Lane.... which were in and by the last Will and Testament of the said James White deceased given and devised to the said Ann Rose and Elizabeth Ashby..... together with all Houses outhouses edifices buildings barns stables fasting houses pigstyes sheds yards..." etc., appertaining thereto
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22 October 1846
Freehold residence, butcher's shop and premises, in Silver Lane, occupied by James Hollyman, to be offered for sale by auction at the Bell Inn, Aylesbury, by Gibbs & Son
Note: This property was not sold at the time, and was eventually conveyed to William W. Sharp.
26 Novemer 1849:
Joseph Rose, of Aylesbury, gentleman, and Richard Rose, his trustee, with William Wallis Sharp, of Aylesbury, bricklayer
"Freehold messuage shop outbuildings and yard with the appurtenances situate in Silver Lane...having an opening into the old Oxford Road late in the occupation of James Hollyman" - Consideration £300 (i.e. £50 deposit and remainder to be paid later.)
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