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neighbourhood of sout hajipton—1920.
May, Harden & May Limited, yacht & boat builders
Milligan William, teacher of music, 1 & 2
Verona cottages Moorman Mrs farmer, Frost Lane farm National Provincial & Union .Bank of land Limited (The) (sub-branch) ; open Wednesday & friday Oddfellows' Hall (Norman Guy, sec)
Paice George, sergeant in charge of County
Police station Pusey Charles, fishmonger Randall Samuel, yacht captain
Roberts G. pier toll collector
Rowland Daniel, Anchor & Hope p.h
Safe Henry E. tea rooms
Saunders Percy Wm. cab propr. Prospect p]
Small Albert H. Lord Nelson p.h
Spinney Mrs. confectioner & refreshment
rooms, High street "
Taylor E. J. motor garage Taylor Edwin, baker & grocer Vincent Mrs. A. J. Post office Waterman Jesse John, greengrocer Wild Alfred, river pilot, Prospect Place cot Williams Thomas, boat owner
(ST. MARY EXTRA, PEARTREE GREEN, 8HOLING, WESTON, NEWTOWN & WOOL8TON are now united & called the parish,of ITCHEN)
A civil parish formed by Local Government Board Order No. 44,465, dated February 1.1th, 1903, and governed by the Itchen Urban
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District Council of 15 members, formed of stone in the Gothic style, was erected 1620
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by Local Government Board Order No. 37,124, dated April ist, 1898, and reformed March, 1903,and includes the former civil parish of Sboling and St.Mary Extra and the ecclesiastical parishes of Weston and Woolston. Sholing, Weston and Newtown and Woolston will be found under separate headings. It extends from Bitterne to Net-ley on the eastern bank of the river Itchen. in the Winchester division of the county,
chalk hills 3 miles beyond Romsey. The church, known as Jesus chapel and situated on Peartree Green, formerly a small edifice
and enlarged 1822. It consists of nave of 3 bays, north aisle, organ chamber and south transept: the north aisle was added in 1846, the organ chamber in 1866 and thm chancel was erected in 1883 at a cost of £2,050: there are 600 sittings: date of register, 1671. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £i7°i including glebe (£40), with residence, in the gift of the Bishop of Winchester, and now held by the Rev. William Edward Ash-
parhamentary- borough of Southampton, j down b. a. who resides at Peartree vicarage, hundred of Mansbridge, Southampton petty j Vicarage road, Woolston. Here is also a sessional division arid county court district,, Masonic hall, in Manor road, which is used union of South Stoneham, Southampton j for meetings of the Freemasons and also for rural deanery and in the archdeaconry and' ' ' " ' " - - —
diocese of Winchester. St. Mary Extra is an
ecclesiastical parish on the eastern bank of . the river Itchen, facing the town of Southampton, with which it is connected by means of a floating bridge, which crosses the river every seven minutes, and near to Woolston station- on (the Southampton and Netley, section of the London and South Western' railway. The^ parish is called St. Mary I Extra from its having been at one time a chapelry to the parish of St. Mary in Southampton town ; it extends from Bitterne to Netley, and contains many handsome residences, mostly occupied by the traders of Southampton : the tithings of Woolston and Weston (given under separate headings) arid the villages of Itchen, Peartree Green, Weston Common and Newtown are all within the civil parish, wlrch is supplied by the Sou'h Hants Water Company with excellent water, derived from the
entertainments, public meetings &c. There is a Congregational church - on Peartree Green, founded in 1808; the present building was erected in 1841 and seats 370 : there is also a Church Mission Hall near Itchen Ferry. There is a cemetery (opened in 1879), which cost about £1,200, and is now 14 acres in extent, four acres having been purchased in 1914 for extension, and is situated on Weston common, for this parish, exclusive of Sholing and Weston : there is one mortuary chapel. The Ecclesiastical Commissioners are lords of the manor and chief landowners. The soil is mixed ; subsoil, gravel and clay. The chief crops are wheat, oats and barley. The area of Itchen civil parish is 2,078 acres of land, 305 of tidal water and 386 of foreshore. Population in 19x1 was 19,487. Rateable valuei March, 1915, £69,340.
Ridge way and McriyosI; are to the north-
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