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King's/KC/KCAR/6/2 contains:
001 Abington (incorporating Little Abington, Great Abington and Hildersham)
002 Ablington, Wiltshire
003 Allerton Mauleverer, Yorkshire
004 Alphington, Devon
005 Amport, Hampshire
005A Ashford, Kent
006 Aspley, Bedfordshire
007 Aston, Hertfordshire
008 Atherstone, Warwickshire
009 Avon, Hampshire
010 Balons, Hertfordshire
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Administrative records

Title Ashford, Kent
Reference KCAR/6/2/005A
Covering Dates 1936–2000
Extent and Medium 3 files; paper
Content and context

The property was purchased by the College on 9 August 1937.

Documents relating to 39 and 41 High Street, Ashford.

These files were created by the College's solicitors. Wither's and Co [4 Arundel Street, The Strand, London] were the College's solicitors until c. 1955. The files they created were transferred to Farrer and Co [66 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London] when they became the College's solicitors. Farrer and Co added to these files and created new ones. The files were moved to the Archive Centre somewhere between 1998 and 2004.

Please note that the estate collection is continually receiving new material. Catalogues for estates which have had many additions made during the year will be re-published approximately annually, and the Archive Centre staff are always happy to conduct up-to-date computer searches for any estate. Please contact archivist@kings.cam.ac.uk with enquiries.

Further information

Further material may be found in the Bursar's subject files, KCAR/3/1/1/8, 9, 10 and 31.

King's/KC/KCAR/6/2/005A contains:
ASH/1 Rights of way and conveyance of property at 39 and 41 High Street. Correspondence relating to the grant of rights of way and the transfer of land between King's College and Mr Crump. The transfer relates to the rear of 39 and 41 High Street Ashford, where the Midland Bank is tenant.
1 file; paper.
1955–1956
ASH/2 'A23. Ashford - 39 High Street 1968-'. Correspondence concerning building works and alterations to be carried out at the Midland Bank (39 High Street) (later known as HSBC Bank Plc) and the sale of 39 High Street Ashford and 229 St Albans Road Watford (the sale completed in early 2000). Includes the following plans:. 9 0013 256 003 Midland Bank Limited 39-41 High Street Ashford Kent Proposed alterations. Scale 8' to 1''. Sept 1971. 9 0013 256 003 Midland Bank Limited 39-41 High Street Ashford Kent Proposed alterations. Scale 8' to 1''. Dec 1971. 9 0013 258 019 Midland Bank Limited 39-41 High Street Ashford Kent Record drawing. Scale 8' to 1''. Oct 1974. Drawing no. 5 Midland Bank Limited High Street Ashford Kent. Scale 8' to 1''. Mar 1955. Drawing no. 6 Midland Bank Limited 39/41 High Street Ashford Kent. Scale 8' to 1''. Mar 1955. Drawing no. 1/1168 Right of way Churchyard sub-station Ashford. Scale 8' to 1''. 31 Dec 1954. . Drawing no. 2/1168 Right of way Churchyard sub-station Ashford. Scale 1/8'' to 1'. Feb 1955. Design no. L.2006 New sign for Midland Bank 39 High Street Ashford. Scale 1/4'' to 1'. Nov 1964. The following plans have an accompanying manuscript note that reads 'enclosed with letter from Savills dated 8 June 1988':. Drawing no. 11110 L (2-) 01 A Midland Bank Ashford 39-41 High Street Ashford. Fascia elevation and section. Scale 1:50. Mar 1988. Drawing no. 11110 L (2-) 02 Midland Bank Plc 39-41 High Street Ashford. Basement layout plan. Scale 1:50. Mar 1988. Drawing no. 11110 L (2-) 03 A Midland Bank Plc 39-41 High Street Ashford. Ground floor layout plan. Scale 1:50. Mar 1988. Drawing no. 11110 L (2-) 04 Midland Bank Plc 39-41 High Street Ashford. First floor layout plan. Scale 1:50. Mar 1988. Drawing no. 11110 L (2-) 05 Midland Bank Plc 39-41 High Street Ashford. Second floor layout plan. Scale 1:50. Mar 1988.
1 file; paper.
Feb. 1955-Mar. 2000
ASH/3 39-41 High Street, Ashford. Correspondence concerning lease to the Midland Bank, deed of grant with the South Eastern Electricity Board concerning rights of way and the purchase of the property by King's College.
1 filep; paper; Many of the pages are damaged, stained or have parts missing. Please handle with care..
Nov. 1936-Sep. 1957

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