Catalogue ReferenceD/EX1871
TitleSlade, Son and Taylor
Deeds and documents of clients of Slade, Son and Taylor of Wallingford, solicitors
Date1573-1988
RepositoryBerkshire Record Office (code: GB 005)
LevelFonds
Extent4 vols, 144 bdls, 98 docs
Admin HistoryGeorge Frederick Slade entered private practice as a solicitor in the Market Place, Wallingford, sometime between 1877 and 1883. Between 1903 and 1907 he took [his son] Percival Claude Avery Slade into partnership. Between 1915 and 1920 they moved to new premises at 7 St Martin's Street.

Between 1928 and 1931 the firm's name was changed to Slade & Son, apparently when George retired or died. A second office was opened at 128 Broadway, Didcot, between 1931 and 1935. The firm eventually became Slade, Son & Taylor.
AcquisitionDeposited in April 2004 (acc. 7405); November 2004 (acc. 7527)

Schedule of accessions

Acc. 7405: 3/6; 19/1-3, 5-10; 19/12/8; 19/13-14; 19/16/1-14, 17; 19/17-19; 19/20/3-4; 19/21-35; 19/36/1; 19/39-41; 22/1; 24/21-22; 26/24, 27-30

Acc. 7527: 1/1-3; 2/1; 3/1-5, 7; 4/1-3; 5/1-5; 6/1-9; 7/1-9; 8/1-4; 9/1-8; 10/1-14; 11/1-9; 12/1; 13/1; 14/1-5; 15/1-13; 16/1; 17/1-2; 18/1-17; 19/4, 11; 19/12/1-7, 9-11; 19/15; 19/16/15-16; 19/20/1-2, 5-36; 19/36/2-3; 19/37-38; 20/1; 21/1; 23/1-12; 24/1-20, 23-24; 25/1-24; 26/1-23, 25-26; 27/1
ArrangementArrangement of catalogue

Title Deeds
1 Abingdon
2 Ashbury
3 Aston Tirrold
4 Aston Upthorpe
5 Blewbury
6 Brighwell-cum-Sotwell
7 Cholsey
8 Didcot
9 Drayton
10 Hagbourne
11 Harwell
12 Hungerford
13 East Ilsley
14 North Moreton
15 South Moreton
16 Reading
17 Steventon
18 Sutton Courtenay
19 Wallingford
20 Long Wittenham
21 Denchworth
22 West Hendred

23 Sale particulars
24 Miscellaneous probates
25 Papers of Cozens family of Cholsey
26 Miscellaneous clients' papers
27 Title deeds: Dry Sandford
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