Billett's. In the 12 December 1934 article in Colchester Gazette about the construction of Abberton Reservoir, it is one of "two farms which will be engulfed." It says "Billetts, now unoccupied owing to lack of water".
Elaine Barker in Peldon History Project says:
The name first appears in 1588 in Land Revenue books. Two centuries later, mentioned in the will of Peldon's Lord of the Manor, Charles Reynolds in 1770, Billetts Barn was left, to his grandson, William Powell, D.D., Master of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Archdeacon of Colchester.
It was situated at the entrance to Wigborough Bay, on a track that ran from the B1026 near the beginning of the current causeway. The farm, Billets Farm, is still situated close to the Layer causeway and owned by the water company. The barn was, at the time of the construction of the reservoir, owned by the Hon Stella Maxwell and listed as 'occupied' by herself, her sister, The Hon Zoe Maxwell and Peggy de Bowen Colthurst with whom the two sisters had a partnership.
Date: c12 December 1934