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Manor of Hatch

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Hatch was a manor at South Stoneham on the Stoneham Estate that was part of the Estate for only a decade, between 1776 and 1787. The manor included Hatch Farm, grounds called Bawdens, Dummers Copse, and others.

The manor was acquired by Edmund Dummer (d.1724) of Swaythling from Robert Cleeves in 1708[1] It passed to his son John Dummer, and in turn to John's two sisters, the coheiresses Elizabeth (the mother of Elizabeth Fleming) and Mary (who married John Bond).

It was conveyed, together with the Manor of Swaythling, to John Fleming in 1776 by John Bond, who was the uncle of John Fleming's wife, Elizabeth[2]. It was sold on by John Fleming in 1787 to Nathaniel Middleton of Townhill[3].

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  1. Bundle of deeds etc relating to the manor of Hatch in South Stoneham.  HRO 8M56/27
  2. Article of agreement between John Bond of Grange, Dorset and John Fleming of Stoneham Park, for conveyance of Swaythling manor and farm with capital messuages etc Hatch manor and farm; grounds called Bawdens lands and coppices in North and South Stoneham subject to certain charges, 15 Nov 1776.  HRO 8M56/271
  3. Copy conveyance of the manor of Hatch and others, 1787  (WFMS:302 | HRO 102M71/T105)
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