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Boyatt Meadow

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Boyatt Meadow (Boyat Mead) was a detached portion of the Stoneham Estate in Otterbourne, near the River Itchen, comprising 19 acres. The Estate did not hold this land freehold, rather it had certain rights of pasturage: to graze livestock and cut hay at certain times of the year.

The rights were offered for sale at auction - and some were sold - in 1953[1]; the remainder was sold in 1960[2].


  1. Lot 27, Auction of the North Stoneham Estate, 15 May 1953
  2. Copy conveyance of Rights of Pasturage in the Parish of Otterbourne, 1960  (WFMS:2174 )
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