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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hurstbourne Tarrant

    the west of the parish the ground is higher still, a height of 710 ft. being attained south of Sheep Down . St. Peter's Church stands on the outskirts of the village north of the road from St. Mary Bourne

    Parishes Lambourn

    dated 19 December 1776 , made under the Act for the inclosure of Eastbury , 10 acres in the Sheep Down were allotted to the lord of the manor for raising furze or other fuel for the use of the

    Fisherton de la Mere

    area of Bapton Sheep Down . Beyond this, still further southward, were Bapton Cow Down on the W. and the Furze ('Fuzey') on the E. S. of the Furze lay another part of the Sheep Down . These pastures totalled

    Parishes Liddington

    Lower West Fields , covering a total of c . 639 a. There were 3 commons, Cow Common , Sheep Down , and Sheep Pasture, with an overall acreage of c . 421 a. 140 According to a survey of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hie capital Demesne F_rm, cont'iining upwards of 1120 aries «f rich Ara- ble, Meadow, and P.-vifnc Land, and healthy Sheep Down, with a roinm-di'HH Farm house, Barns, Stabling, .nl oilier Out-buildings all now in ihe occupation cf Mr. John Grant, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    capital Demesne Farm, containing upwards of 1 120 acres of rich Ara- ble, Men-low, and Pasture Land, nnd healthy Sheep Down, with a commodious Farm-house, Barns, Stabling; and other Ont-bttildings, all now in the occupation »f Mr. John fir-sat, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upwards of 500 Acres, in a ring boundary, principally Arable and Enclosed Pasture Land, with a small portion of Sheep Down, partly Freehold sad partly Copyhold, near the Sea Cosat, and within about three miles of the Town of Brighton; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upwards of 500 Acres, in a rina ; boundary, principally Arable and Enclosed Pasture Land, with small portion of Sheep Down, partly Freehold and partly Copyhold. ' near the Sea Coast, and within about three miles of the Town of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    His Artillery, the P Battery R.H. A., with two machine guns, were posted on the front crest of the Sheep Down, a position which commands the farm and the sur- rounding avenues, from which an enemy lying at the rear Subscribers-only content

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