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Combley Lynn Farm

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‘Combley Lyn is a lofty and conspicuous spot, on which is erected a white barn with tenements adjoining to it, visible from a great distance.’ -Henry Penruddocke Wyndham, 1794

Combley Lynn Farm (Lyn), also known as Lynn Farm, was a farm on the Isle of Wight Estates. It comprised 203 acres in 1837. The farm was sold in 1973[1].

It was surveyed by George Salmon in 1771.

Tenants of Lynn Farm

  • Jonathan Joliffe (1817)
  • Robert Urry (1837)
  • Wallace Barton (1912[2])
  • C H Wells (1920)
  • W H W Brown (1956)


  1. Conveyance of Lynn Farm, 1973  (WFMS:2250 )
  2. Tenancy of Combley Lynn Farm, 1912  (HRO 117M91/D4)
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