Hampshire Treasures

Volume 13 ( Eastleigh)

Page 40 - Fair Oak

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Woodland
Hill Copse. West of A3051. East of Footpath No. 26.     SU 486 205
2613 42
Woodland
Upperbarn Copse. Forestry Commission plantation.     SU 484 202
2613 43
Woodland
Crowdhill Copse. West of A3051. Divided by Footpath No. 33. Forestry Commission plantation.     SU 486 197
2613 44
Woodland
Stoke Park Wood. North of Fair Oak Road. West of A3051. Forestry Commission plantation.     SU 480 193
2613 45
Woodland and Shelter
Periwinkle Copse and belt of trees adjoining in northerly direction to Footpath No. 1. Continuing West both sides of Footpath No. 1 to junction of Footpath No. 10. Continuing East of Footpath No.1, to A3051 opposite White Tree Farm.     SU 486 180
2613 50
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Soil Marks (circular)
Visible on air photo, but site now ploughed out. OSA SU41 NE12 Ref: 1. ASP RAF CPE/UK/1768/4100-1. Ref: 2. NVQ 11.1.60.     SU 476 188
2613 23
Enclosure (rectangular)
Stoke Park Woods. Visible on air photo. Site overgrown. OSA SU41 NE9 Ref: ASP J.R. Boyden 7/62 Site 13. DA 9.4.62.     SU 476 198
2613 22
Earthworks (linear)
Number of lengths of pale (bank and traces of ditch) of the medieval park of (moated) Marwell Manor. Original manor built by Henry de Blois, Bishop of Winchester 1129-1171.     SAM 172
SU 500 200
2613 54
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Allington Lane
Convent
C.16
Fair Oak Lodge. Brick and tile. Four bays on east side. Interior of interest. Enlarged C.19.     SU 489 180
2613 10
Farmhouse
C.18
Lake Farmhouse. Colour washed brick. Old tile roof. Central porch on east side. Altered in C.19.     SU 482 176
2613 48
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