History of Oxhill

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South Warwickshire, England.

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Farms and Farmers in and around the village

William Groves, farmer at The Laurels in 1904

John Groves a grazier in 1904

David Morgan, farmer in 1904

John Taylor, farmer in 1904

Bogs Farm (now Springfield Farm) unoccupied in 1891

Brooklands Farm James Stephen Heritage here in 1934 but not 1932 nor 1940

Church Farm 

William Rose here in 1904

Thomas Heritage here 1921  

Thomas Blunn Heritage came to the farm c1921 and retired in 1956. He had inherited the farm from his father-in-law, William Rose, (d 25.12.21), whose daughter, Ellen, he had married.  Tom Heritage, the son of Thomas Blunn Heritage's second marriage, inherited the farm after him.

369 acres in the occupation of John Gardner; was 210 in 18.7.1882 in the occupation of John Gardner

62 acres in the occupation of John Parker 17.5.1866

Greenhill Farm unoccupied in 1891

Harrods Farm  William Wakeham, farmer here in 1904

Oxhill Farm Occupier not listed

Oxhill Hill Farm J W Rose in occupation 25.7.1871

Oxhill House Alwyne Spencer farmer here 1904 to 1924; Henry Groves 1932 to 1940

Rectory Farm Occupier not listed

Whitehill Farm Nicholas Middleton here in 1904; Herbert Groves in 1932; estate of 279 acres including house, Old Manor, 7 cottages, carpenter shop on 11.8.1887

Windmill Farm William Hedges here in 1904

Main Road 

John Rouse here in 1891, carrier aged 67 with wife Emma aged 51 and 5 children

Willoughby Ernest Rouse here in 1904

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