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Doncaster Farm

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Doncaster Farm was at Middle Stoneham on the Stoneham Estate. It was named after Doncaster Cottage. It was created in the late nineteenth century out of the southern half of Durmans (aka Middle Farm), together with Doncaster Cottage, and the farm buildings and yard that had formerly been Park Farm.

It comprised 232 acres in 1913.

The Doncaster Park Estate was built on a portion of the farm between 1904 and 1914.

Tenants of Doncaster Farm

  • John Fray (1913)
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