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North Stoneham Poor House

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North Stoneham Poor House and Poor House Bargain was a poor house and small farm at Bassett on the Stoneham Estate, adjoining Roger's Bargain to the west. The poorhouse was built around 1800[1]. It was surveyed, with Roger's Bargain, by John Whitcher in 1816, and again 1818.

Tenants of North Stoneham Poor House and Poor House Bargain

  • Churchwardens and overseers of North Stoneham (1823)
  • James Kerley (1837[2])


  1. Lease of North Stoneham Poor House, 1823  (WFMS:417 | HRO 102M71/E55)
  2. Trust deed to bar entail, 1837  (WFMS:208 | HRO 102M71/T11)
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