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586 DIBDEN.
neighbourhood of southampton'—1920.
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Grey F. Purlieu house : ^ '
Griffith Rev.Francis, Hill cot. Dibden Purlieu Guy Norman Edward, The Laurels, Dibden Purlieu
Hailey Mrs. Laurel villa, Dibden Purlieu Hamilton A. H. J. Dibden Manor.
Hayden W. Myrtle cottage, Dibden Purlieu Heath James, Briar cottage, Dibden Purlieu Hewett Frederick, The Windmill house Hobart Sir Robert Henry bart. E.c.v.o. ,c.b.,
u.b„ d.l., j.p. Langdown .
Humpherey Mdme. Braehead,Dibden. Purlieu Instrell Harry, Dibden Purlieu Jones George, Yew Tree cot. Dibden Purlieu Jones Miss, Dibden Purlieu • Jones William Braunston, The Beeches, Dibden Purlieu Lawrence Edward, Dibden Purlieu Lucy Mrs. Shanghai, Dibden Purlieu McDonald James, Oakhurst villa, Dibden
Purlieu .
Mayhew Ezra James, Leicester, Dibden
Purlieu
Moore Miss, Erica, Dibden Purlieu Moss Rev. William Edward b.a. Rectory, Dibden Purlieu j. Ommaney Major F. Bramshot house
Peters Chas. Jasper, Chilgrove, Dibden Purlieu
Reeves Jesse, Heathfield, Dibden Purlieu Saunders G. L. M. Deepdene Brow Stroud William, Rose cot. Dibden Purlieu Tetley Frederick John, Sunnybank, Dibden Purlieu
Tomlinson Thomas, Wildground cottage Wells Thomas, Llangan ho. Dibden Purlieu
West Mrs. Mount house ; < -
White Colin Geo. The Chase, Dibden Purlieu
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Auger Henry, laundry, Furze villa, Dibden Purlieu
Baddeley Fredk. Clinton, farmer, Manor frm


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EASTIiEIGKH
Was constituted a civil parish under the " Local Government Act, 1894 " (56 & 27 Vict. c. 73), and includes the tithings ot Barton Peveril, Eastleigh and Boyatt: it is in the Winchester division of the county for Parliamentary purposes: it has a station on the London and South Western railway, one mile south-west fromBishopstoke and similes north-east from Southampton, and is the junction of branches to Portsmouth;Fareham and Gosport and to Salisbury: in the Mans-bridge hundred, South Stoneham union, Southampton petty sessional division and ceunty court district,and in the rural deanery of Bishop's Waltham and archdeaconry and diocese of Winchester. The town is lightec with gas from works in Southampton, anc supplied with water by the SouthHantsWater Co.and new schemes for drainage and lighting bay© been carried out; By Local Go vernment Boasd Order No 4» Which came into
epefatioa Match 33, fBgg, Eastleigh was eomstituW m Urban Dietrict the
Bealc Peyton T. • B. p.K.c.s.Eng., l.r.c.p. Load, physician & surgeon, Oakland s, Dibden Purlieu •
Beddington Fredk. Hopkin, cattle specialist,
Dibden Purlieu Biddlecombe C. farmer, Church farm Bonner Joseph, market gardener Bound & Sons, boot makers, Dibden Purlieu Bundy Edward, wheelwright & carpenter Cull John, chimney sweep, Dibden Purlieu Curtis William, farmer, Mullens farm Diaper Thomas, master mariner Dobson Harvey Charles, grocer Fenton George C. L. farmer, Stone Farm ho Ford Frederick, farmer, Mousehole farm Hendy Miss, refreshments, Holly villa, Dibden Purlieu Longlands Harry, farmer Perkins Frank,frry. Home farm & Lock's fm Philpot John, farmer, Manor Cottage farm Pickford E. farmer, Veals farm Plascott George, bricklayer, Dibden Purlieu Prince Charles, farmer, Pink's farm Sansom & Sons, grocers, & post office,Dibden Purlieu
Smith Walter, carrier, Dibden Purlieu Stride Noah, farmer, Talbot farm Udall Ernest Edward, farmer V'aughan-Albt. market gardener, Draper's cot I Webb Samuel, farmer, Dale farm
provisions of the " Local Government Act, 1894 " (56 and 57-Vict. c. 73), and by the same Act created a civil parish March 26, 1894. By local Government Board Order No. 37, i9"> which came into operation April 1, 1898, sarts of the civil parishes of North Stoneham and South Stoneham were added to the civil parish and Urban District of Eastleigh, and 3y Order No. 39, 518, which came into operation April 1, 1899, part of the civil parish of Bishopstoke was added to the Urban District, which was renamed Eastleigh ana Bishopstoke. The district is now governed by -an Urban Council of fifteen members, nine representing Eastleigh. and three Bishop-stoke. The Urban District is in two Poor Law Unions, Eastleigh being ra the Souta Stoneham Union and Bishopstoke in the New Winchester Union. The district has grown immensely in the last few years owing to the erect'ion of the large cariweand locomotive works of the h. and 8. VK Railway, tae place haying arisen from a mere viUage to ai Important The OomwilMm evoem
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