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Jermans (aka Germans, Jermyns) was a large farm on the Romsey Estates. In 1819, it comprised 508 acres. It was surveyed by John Whitcher in 1819.

Jerman's House was used in the 18th and 19th centuries as a smallpox hospital and inoculation centre. It was sold in 1822 to Sir Thomas Heathcote.

Jermans, surveyed by John Whitcher in 1819.
Jermans, surveyed by John Whitcher in 1819.


  • Mr O'Neil and John Smith (1780)
  • Frederick Blundell (1808)
  • John Fox (1837[1])


  • ‘A house called Jermyns’: Hampshire: the county magazine, July 1993
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