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Hicknor Hill

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Hicknor Hill (Hickner) was a prominence and timber plantation, with a cottage of the same name (Cottage No. 20), at North Stoneham Park on the Stoneham Estate, sometimes attached to Common Barn Farm. It was the highest point of North Stoneham Park.

The cottage was usually occupied by an estate worker such as a keeper or woodman.

Tenants & occupiers of Hicknor Hill cottage

  • John Shave (1861[1]), occupier
  • William Adrian (1861[2]), occupier
  • Edward Brown (1872[3], 1880[4])
  • William Cottingham (1891[5]), occupier
  • Ben Betteridge (1901[6]), occupier
  • In Hand (1911[7])
  • J Kitcher (1911[8]), occupier
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  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1872 Rent Roll of the Fleming Estate
  4. Terrier of the Stoneham Estates, 1880
  5. 1891 Census
  6. 1901 Census
  7. Schedule of Fleming Estate Cottages, c1911
  8. Schedule of Fleming Estate Cottages, c1911
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