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Blackland was a small farm at Havenstreet on the Isle of Wight Estates. Blackland is probably synonymous with a tenement known as Blackbridge (Blackburydge). It is not to be confused with a Blacklands Farm adjoining and east of Lynn Farm, which was not part of the Fleming Estate.

Blackland comprised 15 acres in 1817, when it was surveyed by John Whitcher. In later years, with the former Blacklands Copse, it comprised part of Kemphillmore Copse.

Tenants of Blackland

  • Abraham Duncanson (1817[1])

Whitcher's Survey, 1817[2]

Nos.Names of LandsInmost Content
Outmost Content
1Little Blackland2:1:344:0:22
3Further Blackland4:2:274:3:11


  1. Survey of the Estates on the Isle of Wight, 1817
  2. Survey of the Estates on the Isle of Wight, 1817
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