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Surveys by John Whitcher

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Surveys by John WhitcherRoger's Bargain (1816)Isle of Wight (1817)Stoneham (1818)Romsey (1819)

John Whitcher, a land surveyor from Liphook in Hampshire[1], produced a series of surveys of the Fleming Estate as pocket books and large-scale folding plans, between 1816-1819. The pocket books contain estate maps and plans, with an accompanying terrier listing the lands and property.

The Surveys

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References and notes

  1. Other surveys by Whitcher for other estates include: 'A Map of Waldergrove Farm the property of Mr. Thos. Bridger' (1813), West Sussex Record Office Add Mss 9910; 'Survey of Lands the property of Thos Peckham Phipps Esq of Little Green, Sussex' (1818), West Sussex Record Office Add Mss 29,678; 'Plan of the boundary of Bohunt Manor adjoining the Forest from Cornford River to Liss Manor' (n.d.), National Archives F 17/390.
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