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Eldon House, Holywood, County Down, Ireland



 



Tree: 1. Essex Ennevers
Notes: THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, WED. FEB 25, 1874
Holywood
Executors’ Sale of Household Furniture, Chimney glasses, cowand miscellaneous effects.
We have received instructions from the Executors of the lateJohn Power Esq to sell by AUCTION at ELDON HOUSE, Holywood, on MONDAY, 2ndMarch, at Eleven o’clock,A PORTION OF THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,comprising-Cabinet Pianoforte and Stool, Pedestal Sideboard, Walnut andMahogany Loo Tables, Walnut and Mahogany Cabinets, large Gilt Chimney Glasses,Mahogany Sofas in Haircloth, Easy and other Chairs, Brussels and other Carpetsand Hearth Rugs, Crimson and Green Damask Window Hangings, a number of OilPaintings and Engravings, pair Hall Chairs, Eight-day Clock, Barometer, Stairand Lobby Carpeting and Rods, Fenders and Fire Irons, Coal Vase, Copper CoalBox, Iron Albert Bedsteads, Feather Beds and Hair Mattresses, Mahogany ChestsDrawers, Dressing Tables and Wash-stands, Dressing Glasses, Commodes, TowelRails, Painted Wardrobes and Presses, Iron Crib and Bedding, Case of Pistols,Electro-plated Ware in variety, Glass, Delf, Kitchen Utensils, &c, &c
Also, an excellent MILCH COW, Set Cart Harness and Saddlery,Ladder, Lumber, Old Metal, &c, &c.
Terms-Cash, and 5 per cent Commission.
HUGH O. CLARK & SON, Auctioneers
Belfast, 24th Feb, 1874
The above HOUSE to be LET, with Two Acres of Landattached.  Immediate possession.  2507
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, THURS. MAY 7, 1874
Holywood
To be let, Eldon House, containing three reception rooms,five bed rooms, bathroom, WC &c; also stables, coach house, cow house etc.with 2 acres of land, if required.  Fiveminutes walk from Railway Station.
Also to be let, 3 houses in Bath Terrace, containingDrawing-room, Parlour, and three bedrooms; rent, £10 per year.
Also one house in same terrace, containing Drawing-room,Parlour, and four bedrooms, rent, £12 per year. Gardens in front.
Apply to William Armstrong, 16 Shore Street, Holywood.

Source: Sarah Greenhous

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1 POWER, John  1873Eldon House, Holywood, County Down, Ireland I19763
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