Three of the five wills extant from this period were made by members of the Wallop family: Stephen and his brother Robert inherited the family esta
Farleigh Wallop is a small village and civil parish approximately 2 m
The Mount was a substantial family home with grounds of about two acres situated in Bounty Road, Basingstoke. Burberry, Harriot Stanton Blatch, a f
William Willson was, in the words of Lloyd’s Evening Post for February 15, 1804, 'an Innkeeper at Basingstoke [who] eloped with a girl of
One will, one inventory and a will with inventory attached have been transcribed from this period.
Twelve wills and eleven inventories, one court paper survive for this period for the two manors of Upton Grey and Hoddington within the parish of U
Three wills and inventories from this period have survived. All three testators were prosperous farmers, two yeomen and probably one husbandman.
Five wills and four inventories are extant from this period and contain examples of testators who had considerable wealth; goods and property value
The three surviving wills and inventories, all from the 1570s, reflect a mixed agricultural community.
Windover Street leads from Cross Street into Joice’s Yard.