Some chapters in the history of Meonstoke and Soberton

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Meonstoke (England) -- History., Soberton (England) -- History., Meonstoke (England) -- Church history., Soberton (England) -- Church his

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Meonstoke (England), Soberton (Eng

Other titlesMeonstoke and Soberton.
Statement[by] F. B. Collins and J. C. Hurst.
ContributionsHurst, John C., joint author.
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LC ClassificationsDA690.M5655 C64
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Pagination2-157 p. :
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Open LibraryOL4482416M
LC Control Number79310934

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Collins, F.B. & Hurst (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(1). Buy Meonstoke and Soberton, Some Chapters of Its History, Oxfam, Collins FB & Hurst JC, Books, History. Cookies on oxfam We use cookies to ensure that you have the best experience on our website.

If you continue browsing, we’ll assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Its main church, St. Peter’s, was begun in the 12th century. A second church, in Newtown, was built in the 19th century, as was a Methodist Chapel in Soberton Heath (now a private home).

The southern part of the parish (Soberton Heath/Newtown) contains a good area of the Forest of Bere. When, several years ago, I embarked upon writing the first of the Meonbridge Chronicles, I read a lot of books in preparation. Most of the books were filling in the gaps in my knowledge of how ordinary people lived in the 14th century: their homes and clothes, their food and tools, what they did and.

some chapters of its historypublished by winton publications limited - - by fb collins and jc hurst; front and rear covers show slight creasing along spine and some bumping to corners but otherwise no indication of wear and tear; all pages clean and.

Bensted is identified in the Domesday Book, as Benestede, although it is attached to the Droxford Hundred rather than the Meonstoke Hundred, as Soberton is. The Victoria County History, however, doesn’t mention such a place at this location.

I am interested in it largely because of its proximity to the other Soberton manors, especially Bere. SOBERTON AND NEWTOWN LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY Our aim is to enjoy learning about the history of this area through regular meetings and visits, and to enjoy each other’s company.

The society is open to all with connections to our two linked villages. Our society is well established, being over 30 years old.

Organising committee: File Size: KB. Soberton Towers: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Soberton Towers. Francis Frith The UK’s leading publisher of local photographs since some parcels arrive next day and others are taking up to 10 days, which we have no control over.

We will update this message as anything changes. Home Hampshire. Some Chapters in the History of Meonstoke and Soberton by F. Collins and J. Hurst, published by Winton Publications Limited.

This book is now out of print but can occasionaly be obtained from second-hand booksellers. It includes the following references to the Linter family: Page Soberton Soberton including East Hoe PARISH Soberton (Map 1) HUNDRED Meonstoke NGR GEOLOGY Upper Chalk; Alluvium SITE CONTEXT (Map 2) Soberton is a Meon Valley parish in which the river forms the western bound.

It is a parish of mixed resources about 8km in length north to south and c. 4km east to Size: KB. A swiftlyflowing mill-race near the bridge at the west end of the village probably marks the site of the mill which is mentioned in Domesday Book, (fn.

1) and is included in the extent of the manor of Meonstoke Waleraund taken in the reign of Edward II. (fn.

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2) The smithy. Soberton: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Soberton. Francis Frith The UK’s leading publisher of local photographs since some parcels arrive next day and others are taking up to 10 days, which we have no control over.

We will update this. It is in this parish - namely - Corhampton and Meonstoke. On the southern part of the bank is Droxford. Soberton lies to the south of the parish, Hambledon to the east and Exton to the north.

History. Flint implements found near Old Winchester Hill suggest that the area that is now the parish of Meonstoke was inhabited o years ct: City of Winchester. Bensted is identified in the Domesday Book, as Benestede, although it is attached to the Droxford Hundred rather than the Meonstoke Hundred, as Soberton is.

The Victoria County History, however, doesn’t mention such a place as Benestede at this location. I am interested in it largely because of its proximity to the other Soberton manors. However by the time of the Domesday Book in Meonstoke (or Menestoche as it was called) was quite a large village.

It had a population of about That was a fair size for the time. Many villages were smaller. At that time Meonstoke belonged to the Bishop of Winchester.

Corhampton and Meonstoke and lies a short dis-tance, about 1 km, to the north east of the village of Meonstoke. It was sited upon a promontory of the river terrace on the 67 m contour, about m to the east of the River Meon, and the village of Exton, which like Meonstoke has an early medi-eval origin (Figs 1, 2).

The site is flanked by chalkFile Size: 7MB. Meonstoke, Corhampton and Exton. likes. Meonstoke, Corhampton and ExtonFollowers: The rivulet on which the village stands runs about 14 miles south-southwestward to Southampton water; and a willow-tree, in a meadow on its bank, measures 23 feet in girth of trunk, and is computed to contain 10 loads of timber.

The living is a rectory, united with the p. curacy of Soberton, in the diocese of Winchester. Value, £*. St Andrew’s Church Meonstoke. Hampshire History is a voluntary project and is entirely self-funded by the founders who share their interest and share their discoveries about the history of this historic county as time and life permits.

But opting out of some of these cookies may have an effect on your browsing experience. The Hundred of Meonstoke contained the parishes of; Abbots Worthy, Alverstoke, Corhampton, Exton, Hambledon, Liss, Meonstoke, Soberton, Warnford, and West Meon (which was partly in the East Meon Hundred).

Before the time of the Domesday Survey, Bramdean was included in the Meonstoke Hundred until it was transferred to.

Droxford is an Ancient Parish in the county of Hampshire.

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Other places in the parish include: Steeple Court, Shirrell-Heath, Hill, and Droxford Street. Alternative names: Parish church: Parish registers begin: Parish registers: Bishop’s Transcripts: Nonconformists include: Adjacent Parishes Meonstoke Soberton Bishop’s Waltham Swanmore Corhampton Historical Descriptions The.

My name is Jerry Mann, and since this is Throwback Thursday, I figured I would throw way back to to the year A.D. to the birth of my 23rd Great Grandfather, Soberton Le Man.

It is sometimes written as Soberton Leman -- but Le Man looks cooler. All this is interesting, but actually his true name was Soberton Man. The Bucks Head Bed & Breakfast is situated in Meonstoke, minutes away from the South Downs trail walk in Exton.

We always have great sesonal dishes on our menu. COUNTRY PUB & STYLISH BEDROOMS. Bucks Head Hill, Meonstoke, S 3NA || tel: The Forgotten Tudor Women: Margaret Douglas, Mary Howard & Mary Shelton eBook: Soberton, Sylvia I enjoy history and I'm always on the look out for a book that teaches me a little more about some of the forgotten characters in times gone by.

Women are often overlooked in history books so it was nice to see that this book focuses on the niece 4/5(). source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names source: Family History Library Catalog source: Family History Library Catalog the text in this section is based on an article in Wikipedia. Soberton is a village in the Meon Valley, Hampshire, England and is bordered by villages such as Newtown and is listed in the Domesday Book of as "Sudbertone" and "Sudbertune", and comes under.

Meonstoke 9th July- Entry gained to unlocked garage door and searched metal tool chest. No reported items stolen- Stocks Lane, Meonstoke 8th-9th July- Food items stolen from car- St Andrews Green, Meonstoke 9th July- Vehicle broken into- Shoe Lane, Exton 9th July- Car broken into- handbag and mobile stolen from boot of veh- Th.

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SOBERTON, a parish, in the union of Droxford, hundred of Meon-Stoke, Droxford and N. divisions of the county of Southampton, 3¾ miles (E.

by S.) from Bishop' parish included also the chapelry of Newtown in the year (which also see under Newtown near Meon Stoke). SU 61 NW CORHAMPTON & MEONSTOKE 7/13 Meonstoke House II House.

Late C18, with mid C19 extensions at each side. Brickwork in Flemish bond, rubbed flat arches, recessed panels in the parapet, rusticated quoins to the ground- floor, plain stone bands to plinth, 1st & 2nd floor, and coping to parapet, 1st floor central window has an eared.

The Village Booklet on Meonstoke explores this ancient Hampshire village located in the Meon Valley. Situated close to the village of Corhampton, it has a Saxon church and mills alongside the River Meon. Together with a useful map showing Meonstoke and its contiguous settlements, are descriptions of places of worship, past and present.This was a fun little book and I loved the idea of telling the life stories of some of the more overlooked women of Henry VIII's gh,the organization was slightly odd starting with Margaret Douglas story and abruptly switching to Mary Howard and Mary Shelton and then going back to Margaret at the end.I liked that the author clearly noted her sources at the end of each chapter and /5.THE MEON.

VALLEY. BY H. W. TRINDER. I-The Meon River rises tour hundred feet above the sea level a little more than one mile beyond Eastmeon, and pursues its placid course down the Meon Valley, through various pretty villages and towns (all of which are mentioned in Domesday Book), until after a course of some eighteenFile Size: 3MB.