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ArretonManor of HeasleyDownend EstateDownend hamletManor of Combley
Downend (Down End) was a hamlet at the northwest corner of Arreton Down, on the Downend Isle of Wight Estates in Arreton parish. It adjoined Combley Farm.

Gazetteer from 1817 Survey

Down End from Survey of the Estates on the Isle of Wight, 1817
Buildings, &c.Tenant1817 Survey no.
Marl pit on Arreton DownWilliam Barton48
Home Ground49
Hare and Hounds Public House &c.50
Garden Ground"51
Further Ground"52
Two tenements and gardens (Holmebush Cottages)Mrs Urry (of Combley Farm)53
Oat Close"66
Stuckland Down"71

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