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Underwood Farm

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Underwood Farm, or Underwoods, was a farm on the Stoneham Estate, named after the Underwood family. It might be synonymous with West's Bargain. In 1837 it comprised 47 acres.

It was surveyed by John Whitcher in 1818. The estate cottages at Underwoods were nos. 73, 74, 75, 76, and 77.

Tenants of Underwood Farm

  • James Weble (1835[1], 1837[2], 1859)
  • Robert Elkington (1872, 1880[3])
  • John Fray (1913)



  1. List of eligible voters at North Stoneham, 1835
  2. Trust deed to bar entail, 1837  (WFMS:208 | HRO 102M71/T11)
  3. Terrier of the Stoneham Estates, 1880
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