From the Bucks Herald 14 June 1935
Estate of John Collett, deceased
Seven miles from Oxford, six miles from Bicester, and ten from Thame.
A MOST DESIRABLE MIXED FARM, with Homestead in the village, known as “THE RECTORY FARM,” and containing 50a, 2r, 1p (more or less) of which 36 acres are good Pasture lands, well watered, let to Mr R. North at £80 per annum. Also a very productive freehold ENCLOSURE of GARDEN GROUND, surrounded by high Stone Walls, and let to Mr J. Franklin at a rental of £2 10s per annum,
WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY
Messrs. PAXTON & HOLIDAY F.S.I. F.A.I.
AT THE KINGS ARMS HOTEL
On FRIDAY JUNE 21st1935
At six o’clock
Under Conditions of Sale to be then produced
Further particulars may be obtained from Alfred Truman, Esq., Solicitor, Bicester; or with Order to View from Messrs. Paxton and Holiday, Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents, Bicester, Banbury and Chipping Norton.