Hampshire Treasures

Volume 7 ( Havant)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Houses (3)
C.20
Nos. 40, 42 and 44, Sinah Lane. Built 1935 in 'Cubist' style. Concrete and glass walls. 2 and 3 storeys. No. 44 has external staircase. Metal-framed windows.     T. & C.P. Act
SZ 704 997
1105 185A
Farm Building
Granary, rear of Old Fleet Manor, Yew Tree Road. Fine timber-framed and herringbone brick structure with thatched roof. Standing on twelve stone staddles.     SU 722 017
1105 96
Farm Building
Granary at rear of Manor House, Manor Road. Small timber-framed and black weatherboard structure, once thatched.     SU 721 008
1105 09
Farm Building
Barn at rear of Manor House, Manor Road. Timbered tithe barn of massive proportions. 140 ft. long and 40 ft. wide. On low brick and stone wall. Date on beam 1706, but probably older.     SU 721 008
1105 08
Dovecote
Manor Farm, South Hayling. 65 ft. by 19 ft. divided crosswise into three with nests for several hundred doves. Associated with former mediaeval manor.     SU 721 008
1105 07
Railway
Havant and Hayling Branch Railway 1867-1963. Opened for goods traffic from Havant to Langstone Jan. 12th 1865 and to South Hayling July 12th 1867 for goods and passengers. O.S.A. No. SU70 SW(M)2.     SZ 709 998
1105 172
Tombstones
St. Mary's churchyard. Several early C.18 tombstones with interesting epitaphs including John Staires (1710) 'Blacksmiths Epitaph'. A Durrell (1738) Staires twins (1719).     SU 722 000
1105 16
Memorial
Lych Gate War Memorial, St. Mary's churchyard. Wooden gate on stone pillar foundations. Tiled gable roof. Commemorates the fallen of two world wars.     SU 722 000
1105 15
Fire Insurance Plaque
Sykes Cottage, South Road.     SZ 717 993
1105 187
Group E - Street Patterns, Street Furniture and Open Spaces
Pound
Manor Corner. Square enclosure of brick, flint and re-used stone, used for impounding stray animals. Ref: King Holds Hayling, (Thomas)     SU 722 006
1105 11
Stocks and Whipping Post
South of St. Mary's Church lych-gate. Originally believed to have been sited at'The Pound'.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 722 000
1105 14
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