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Red Lodge Farm

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Red Lodge Farm (Redlodge) was a farm on the Stoneham Estate at North Stoneham Common. The farm was created after 1806, when 550 acres of the Common were enclosed[1].

A portion of the farm became Red Lodge Nursery from 1821. A portion of 8 acres was leased to Robert Chatfield Hankinson in 1870[2].

The farm was sold in 1935 to Southampton Corporation[3].

Tenants of Red Lodge Farm

  • Joseph Thompson (1821[4])
  • James Sherry (1828[5], 1835[6])
  • William Fitzhugh Esq.[7] (1837[8]), a small portion only
  • In Hand (1837[9]), the major portion
  • William Hill (1859)
  • James L Hill (1872)
  • William Fray (1913)
  • Theodore Theoliphus Green (1915)
  • W C Browning (1920)
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  1. Lease of Red Lodge Warren House and land, 1806  (WFMS:405 | HRO 102M71/E43)
  2. Lease of part of Red Lodge Farm, 1870
  3. Copy conveyance of Red Lodge Farm, 1935  (WFMS:1827 )
  4. Lease of Red Lodge Farm, 1821
  5. Lease of part of Red Lodge Farm, 1828-1829  (WFMS:420 | HRO 102M71/E58)
  6. James Sherry was declared bankrupt, and all the farming stock and household furniture, etc, were sold by auction on 5 June 1835. Hampshire Telegraph, 1 June 1835
  7. William Fitzhugh of Bannisters Lodge, Southampton. At the same time he was leasing adjoining Kiln Bargain.
  8. Trust deed to bar entail, 1837  (WFMS:208 | HRO 102M71/T11)
  9. Trust deed to bar entail, 1837  (WFMS:208 | HRO 102M71/T11)
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