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Pann Grounds

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Pann Grounds (Pan) were lands at the manor of Pann in Whippingham parish, near Newport, and formed a detached portion of the Isle of Wight Estates.

Pann Grounds are mentioned in the Estate accounts for 1762[1], together with quit rents from Mr Henry Trattle for 'several grounds by Pann Farm'.

Pann Grounds are probably the same as the 'divers closes of land in Pann in the tything of Fiarlee, late in tenure of Edmund Valley, parish of Whippingham' that Thomas Fleming died possessed of in 1639[2].

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  1. Disbursements of the Fleming Estate, 1762
  2. Inquisition post mortem held at Winchester on the death of Thomas Fleming, 28 Mar 1639, NA C.142 586/118
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