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Stone Farm, Exford

Great Champson farm was renowned in the late 18th and 19th century for animal breeding.

Arable farming on the Wiltshire chalklands, such as Codford, continued until the 19th century to be organised on the basis of enormous open fields,

Marlborough common exists at the heart of the settlement.

Basingstoke was enclosed by parliamentary enclosure in 1788. Basingstoke is a large parish of over 1,500 ha.

In the 1820s and 30s if you looked north from Basingstoke town centre two structures would dominate the top of the slope north of the River Loddon.

In the later 12th century the demesne of Amesbury manor included several pastures for cattle and in the early 13th century extensive several pastur

These 3 inventories were transcribed by volunteers at Glouces

This set of over 40 inventories for Twyning, at the northern tip of Gloucestershire, between the rivers Severn and Avon, has been transcribed by vo

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