West Street Boston, Desirable Business Premises
To he SOLD by AUCTION, Br Mr. R. C. Rawling.
On Monday, the 11th day of June, 1877, at the White Horse Inn, in West Street. Boston, 7 o’clock the Evening, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then and there produced, all that convenient and substantially-built
Dwelling-house and shop, with the back Yard and Premises thereto adjoining, being No. 40, in West Street, Boston, aforesaid, now in the occupation of Mr. Frederick Hutson, tailor.
The above Property contains convenient front Shop with plate-glass window, back Kitchen, and commodious Yard and Out-offices, and Three Bedrooms. The whole a substantial and well-built Property, in commanding situation in the best part of West Street, and offers excellent opportunity for small Tradesman.
A purchaser can supplied with the purchase-money at average rate of interest.
For further particulars apply the Office of MR. B. H. DYER, Boston, Solicitor to the Mortgagees. Boston, 25th May, 1877.
THE DEATH took place at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. T. Sharp, 20, Spain-lane. Thursday, of Mr. Frederick Hutson, aged 86 years. He was born in Boston, and served his apprenticeship a tailor with his father, in Church-street, later removing to West-street. Following his retirement, about 30 years ago. Mr, Hutson went to live at Peterborough. The funeral look place Old Fletton Cemetery, on Saturday. The mourners were: Mr. and Mrs. T. Sharp, Boston (daughter and son-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. H. Graves, London (daughter and son-in-law). Wreaths were sent from; Mr. and Mrs. Sharp and family; Mr. and Mrs. Graves and family; Mr, and Mrs. Jones (Cleveland) ; Norah and Syd; Mr. and Mrs. J. Barton (Maidenhead). Mr. F. Darby, Mainridge, was the undertaker.
Boston – Jan 21st, Frederick Hutson, 86.
Mr. Frederick Hutson, of 20, Spain Lane. Boston, who died on January 21 last, left £2,632 1s 9d with net personalty £389 12s 11d. Probate is granted his daughter Mrs. Martha Agnes Sharpe, of the above address.