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Cottage at Rumbells Meadow

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Cottage at Rumbells Meadow was a cottage at North Stoneham on the Stoneham Estate. It was acquired by the Estate in 1848[1].

The previous year, the property had been advertised for sale by auction: 'A Cottage Residence, with large Garden, situate in the parish of North Stoneham, in the occupation of Mrs Houghton, at the yearly rent of 8l. 8s. 0d.; and also 5A. 3R. 2P. of Meadow Land, also situate in the last-mentioned parish, called Rumbells (adjoining the last-mentioned Cottage and Garden) in the occupation of Caleb Hammond Gater, Esq. at the annual rent of 9l. 2s. 6d.'[2]

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  1. Conveyance of tenement in North Stoneham, 1848  (WFMS:232 | HRO 102M71/T35)
  2. Hampshire Telegraph, 10 Jul 1847.
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