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Duxmore Farm

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Plan of Duxmore
Plan of Duxmore
Duxmore Farm was a farm on the Isle of Wight Estates at Arreton, synonymous with the manor of Duxmore. It comprised 239 acres in 1956. (See also Little Duxmore Farm.)

Manor of Duxmore

The manor of Duxmore was acquired by the Fleming family in 1609, with other possessions of the former Quarr Abbey. The manor is synonymous with Duxmore farm and Little Duxmore Farm.

Tenants of Duxmore Farm

  • -- Whittington (18thC[1])
  • Brown Hearn (1837)
  • Robert Lock (1872, 1907[2])
  • J A Cleaver (1920)
  • F Brace (1956)


  1. Schedule of deeds, leases, and manorial records, received by Sir Francis Seymour Pile, 1750
  2. Tenancy of Duxmore Farm, 1907
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