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674 north stoneham. neighbourhood of southampton—^.920.
!50 acres of glebe, with residence, in the gift of J. E. A. Willis-Fleming esq. d.l., j.p. and held since 1912 by the Rev. Thomas Salmon m.a. of Magdalen College, Oxford. Here is a_ Church school (mixed), erected in 1875 and supported by voluntary contributions, having accommodation for over 150 scholars ; average attendance, 115 ; Percival Stavely Harding, master. There is a small charity paid by the Fleming Estate on Good Friday, amounting to £6 15s. which is distributed to the poor by the rector and churchwardens. Population in 1911 was 1,962 in the civil and 2,016 in the ecclesiastical parish. Rateable value, ,£21,742.
Parish Clerk, Edward Mundy, 50 Stone-ham lane, Eastleigh.
The districts of Bassett, i§ miles southwest, Swaythling, 1 mile south, the hamlet of North End, miles north, are all in this parish, except a portion of Swaythling, which is in Soulh Stoneham parish.
private residents.
Marked thus * receive their letters through Swaythling.
Arnold Alan, Park cottage Buckland^Mrs. Penshurst, The Lawn Cruiekshank D. J. Longmead, The Lawn *Grifkins Alfred, Samares, The Lawn *Green Frederick, The Beeches, The Lawn Harding Percival Stavely, School house "Horner Frederick T. Holm Lea, The Lawn ^Jenkins James F. Oakfield, The Lawn *Peckham Miss, Roorkhee, The Lawn *Pritchett Henry, Fayleigh ^Raymond Admiral E. Lindsay, The Glen,
The Lawn * Russell F. The Gables, The Lawn Salmon Rev. Thomas m. a. oxon. The Rectory "-Smith Frank Forrest, Ismeer, The Lawn Stacey Geo. Jas. Inglenook, Swaythling Lawn ^Sullivan Oliver, Strathearn, The Lawn
By Local Government Board Order Ar0 37)19^5 which came into operation April ist, 1898, part of North Stoneham \yas added to the civil parish & Urban DistrW of Eastleigh. u
Post Office.—James Cox, sub-postmaster. ' Postal orders issued & paid. Letters arrive through Eastleigh. Nearest money order & telegraph offices are at Swaythlinf & Eastleigh a
Wall Letter Box, near church
Church School, Percival Stavely Harding-master
Poor Rate Collector, William James Cox, Rosevale, Winchester road, Bassett '
Railway Station :—
Swaythling, Arthur Wiseman, station mastr
*Drquhart Capt. Kenneth Jas. The Outgan%, The Lawn ■ j
Webb Fleet-Paymaster Charles E. F. r.n. North Stoneham farm
Barnes Frank Richard, blacksmith I
Brown Alfred Limited, dairy farmers, Hil Farm dairy; Velmore farm & North Stoneham farm Cox James, post office Day Joseph Henry, blacksmith Fowle James Rogers Geo. farmer, Home farm Fray John, farmer, Ooncaster farm Green Theophilus Theodore, farmer Jeffery Charles Joseph, Cricketers' Arms p.h Sheppard Charles Freeman, farmer, Channels farm
Swaythling Golf Club (head quarters), Cricketers' Arms
An extensive fertile parish, situated on both sides of the Itchen valley, and formerly extending down the eastern side of the Itchen to Hortham bridge, and is from 5 to 6 miles north and east-north-east from Southampton and previously included Bevois valley, also Portswood on the western side of the river, the latter forming a portion of Southampton. It ii in the Winchester division of the county, union of its own name, Mansbriclge hundred, petty sessional division, county court district and rural deanery of Southampton and archdeaconry and diocese of Winchester. The parish has no village of its own name,
the church and two or three adjacent houses being situated near the pleasant village of Swaythling, which is mostly in this parish, but partly in the parish of North Stoneham, and is situated on the western bank of the river Itchen, with a station on the London and South Western railway. South Stoneham -parish contains part of the village of Swaythling and the tithings of Allington, Barton, Pollock,Shamblehurst andPortswood. This latter place is in the borough of Southampton and now forms part of the town. The church of St. Mary, atSwaythling,bearing^ date of register 1663, is a small and ancienf edifice of stone in the Early English style!
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