Halton, Buckinghamshire

In May 1877[1] Alfred Burder ordered a large quantity of wood framing, etc., from the firm, to build several cottages at Halton, Buckinghamshire[2]. The total price of the contract was £165 5s. The material in red, and yellow deal and elm included joists, tongued floor boards, skirting, rafters, purlins, architraves, doors, porch framing, sills, feather edged boards, windows frames with wrought iron casements.



  1. Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office ref: DE2121/43.
  2. Ibid.