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Fleming Arms (Romsey)

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The Fleming Arms Hotel at Romsey was a public house on the Romsey Estates. It was one of three public houses named the Fleming Arms on the Estate; the others were at Swaythling and Binstead.

It was leased in 1936 to Florence Emily Kitson[1].

It was sold in 1953[2].

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  1. Lease for 1,000 years between John Edward Arthur Willis Fleming and Florence Emily Kitson, 12 May 1936
  2. Copy conveyance of The Fleming Arms, Romsey, 1953  (WFMS:1914 )
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