Ref NoD-WLC/E/19
Title"A Survey of Lulworth Castle Estate ... belonging to Edward Weld Esq. By John Sparrow, Land Surveyor in Hammersmith, Middlesex.".
DescriptionThis volume contains maps and surveys as follows:-
1. East Lulworth common fields, down, castle demesnes, common heath, old and new inclosures.
2. St. Andrew's Farm, West Lulworth.
3. West Lulworth, downs and common.
4. Burngate and Lodge Farms, West Lulworth.
5. Winfrith down and common fields as enclosed by Act of 1768, after the exchanges were made.
6. Winfrith common, as divided by Act of 1768.
7. Highford meadow, as divided by Act of 1769.
8. Wool, with common fields and meadow, and East Burton with common fields and meadow in Winfrith.
9. Wool common heath.
10. Westwood and Belhuse Farms, now in Coombe Keynes and West Lulworth.
11. Coombe Farm, common fields, old and new inclosures and common heath.
12. Knighton and West Burton Farm in Winfrith.
13. Woodstreet and Bindon farms in Wool.
The following undated maps and surveys must have been added at a later date:-
14. Hambury Farm, West Lulworth, belonging to Edward Weld Esq. and The Rev. Mr Wright. [1773].
15. Home Farm in Preston, the property of Thomas Weld, by William Jennings jun., Land Surveyor, Evershot. [Between 1775 and 1799].
16. South Down and Jourdan Farms in Preston, the property of Thomas Weld, by William Jennings jun. [Between 1775 and 1799].
17. North Down Farm in Preston, the property of Thomas Weld, by William Jennings jun. [Between 1775 and 1799].
18. Chaldon Farm in Chaldon Herring, the property of T. Weld.
19. Whitcombe Farm in Whitcombe, the property of T. Weld.
Date1771
Extent1 vol
LevelFile
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